The class was saddened to learn of the death of Robert on March 23, 2019, of complications of pneumonia.
Bob came to us from Laguna Blanca School in Santa Barbara, Calif., where he played baseball and basketball. At Princeton Bob started with the Class of 1959 and played baseball. He left after two years to serve in the Marine Corps. During this time he met and married his wife, Nancy. Returning to Princeton, he became a member of our class and majored in philosophy. After graduation he earned a master’s degree in philosophy from UCLA and accepted a position at the University of Redlands, advancing to associate professor.
In 1977 Bob and Nancy moved to San Clemente and began a successful career as a husband-and-wife real-estate team. Through his years as a broker he also served the real-estate community as a director of both the California Association of Realtors and the National Association of Realtors and as an association president. He wrote a weekly column on real-estate issues and published texts on business and real-estate ethics.
Bob is survived by his wife of 60 years, Nancy; sons Trey, Scott, Matt, and George, and their wives; and several grandchildren. The class extends its condolences to all.