Robert Stolarz died June 24, 1996, of heart failure. He was born in 1951, in Jacksonville, N.C., and graduated as class valedictorian from Emerson [N.J.] H.S.
At Princeton he was a member of Stephenson Hall and Wilson College. He was an electrical engineering research assistant and spent the summers operating the computer center under the direction of Prof. Arthur Lo. In June 1970 he was awarded an honorable mention for the Manford Pike Memorial Physics Prize and earned a certificate of teacher preparation program in 1973. After graduating with a degree in electrical engineering, Robert joined Digital Equipment Corp. in Maynard, Mass. At the time of his death, he was president of PC Insights, a consulting firm specializing in personal computers and software development in Rutherford, N.J.
Robert is remembered by his friends and colleagues as extremely intelligent, considerate and caring (he spent much time tutoring others and made numerous contributions to needy chlldren), an outstanding scholar, and achiever in the computer field. To his parents, Mr. & Mrs. Matthew Stolarz, family and friends, the class extends its deep sympathy and heartfelt condolences.
The Class of 1973