Sim died June 25, 2019, in Bennington, Vt., after a courageous battle with lung cancer. A son of ’30, he was born in West Orange, N.J., and came to us from Newark Academy and Pomfret School. At Princeton he majored in art and archaeology, played rugby all four years, and took his meals at Colonial. His senior year roommate was Ola d’Aulaire.

Sim worked his entire career at the family insurance agency of O’Gorman & Young, based in Newark, Chatham, and Princeton, rising to president. He was active in the New Vernon, N.J., community, serving on civic and nonprofit boards and holding several political positions, including deputy mayor and police commissioner for Harding Township.

In the late 1990s he sold his interest in the agency, and he and his wife, Judy, moved to Dorset, Vt., splitting their time thereafter between Dorset and Hobe Sound. He was an avid golfer, painter, and sailor, and spent time with his family at their homes and each summer at a family cottage on Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.

He is survived by his wife of 54 years. Judy; sons Topher, Austie, Jamie, and Chip and their families, which include seven grandchildren; and a sister.

Undergraduate Class of 1961