He came to Princeton from Harding High School in Marion, Ohio, where he played football, basketball, track, and golf and was an All-Ohio athlete. In addition, he participated in the choir, Hi-Y, and dramatics.
At Princeton he played football, was in the Yacht Club, and was a member of Tiger Inn and the Pre-Medical Society. He majored in biology and wrote his thesis on genetics. He roomed with Bill Patton, Ted Parsons, and Jim Mottley.
After graduation he earned his medical degree from Northwestern University and interned in Chicago. In 1963 he married Charlotte and then served in the Army for two years as a general physician in Germany. He attained the rank of captain and was awarded the National Defense Service Medal.
He returned to Ohio, completed his residency in radiology, and moved to Hudson, Ohio, where he was a partner in Akron Radiology for 38 years. In 2001 Bob was recognized as a Fellow of the American College of Radiology.
Bob is survived by Charlotte; sons Doug, Briggs, and Victor; seven grandchildren; and his sister. The class extends its deepest sympathy to them all.