Roger died April 19, 2020, of cancer at his home near Carlsbad, Calif.  

Roger was born in California and grew up in Denver. He came to Princeton from Culver Military Academy in Indiana. He roomed with Jeffrey Raub and Douglas Whallon sophomore year and was a member of Terrace. He majored in civil and geological engineering, and after graduation returned to Denver to begin an expansive and varied career. 

Early on he worked on medical facilities, solar-energy projects, military facilities, and urban engineering for Newark, N.J. He managed the construction of the Keystone ski area in Vail before moving to California, where he started an environmental risk group for Interstate Bank before managing environmental risk and liability due diligence for Bank of America. 

In 2002 he joined Professional Associates Construction Services in San Diego to manage ski areas, stadiums, hotels, a symphony center, and other commercial and industrial projects.  

Roger was an avid golfer, played hockey, and enjoyed skiing with his granddaughter. 

In 1984, Roger married Moira McCristal Noonan. He is survived by Moira; their daughter, Malia; granddaughter Emma; brother David; and sister Patricia. The class sends condolences to the family. 

Undergraduate Class of 1972