We recently learned that Bob died May 3, 2018.
He came to Princeton later than some ’49ers, having served in the Army Air Force as a captain. He majored in art and archaeology and joined Cottage Club.
After leaving Princeton he studied art in Paris and joined the Economic Cooperation Administration. He subsequently worked for Guaranty Trust Co. and Time Inc. At our 10th reunion he was back in New York, with Knoll Associates. He reported that he was then divorced, with three children, Stuart, Robert ’75, and Alastair ’74.
We lost touch with Bob for a number of years. In our 50th-reunion yearbook he was listed as a retired farmer, living in Warren, Conn., with the same three children.
We believe that Bob may have had a challenging and interesting life, but the details are unfortunately not well known to us. We offer our sympathy to his friends and family.