He came to Princeton from St. Christopher’s School in Richmond, Va., where he played basketball and football and was a member of the student government. At Princeton, Steve enrolled in the Special Program in the Humanities with the Department of Modern Languages. He ran freshman track and was president of the French Club and the Italian Club. He was a member of Campus Club and roomed with Bob Armstrong.
Steve’s career was in teaching English at the Loomis Chaffee School in Windsor, Conn., until his retirement in 2006. In addition to teaching, Steve served as a dorm head for decades, and coached several sports, including track, football, soccer, and basketball, especially enjoying his years coaching girls’ JV basketball.
Upon retirement he divided his time between a longtime home in South Yarmouth, Mass., where he could indulge his love of kayaking and fishing, and a new home in his hometown Richmond, where he was delighted to be near his family.
Steve was predeceased by his wife, Helen; and son, Philip. He is survived by his sister and many nephews and nieces. The class extends its deepest sympathy to them all.