Steve died Feb. 12, 2022, in Scottsdale, Ariz.

A Lawrenceville graduate, at Princeton he majored in history, worked on The Daily Princetonian and WPRU, and belonged to Court Club.

His early career included a year at Columbia Graduate School, editorship as Army sergeant and later as a civilian of Stars and Stripes in Tokyo, and advertising account supervision in New York City. In 1966, when he joined Grey Advertising, New York City’s largest advertising agency, where he rose to executive vice president for all account management and administration. Honoring a longstanding promise to his wife and himself, he retired in 1983 at age 53. One week later they moved to Scottsdale.

Steve and Betty, whom he married in June 1953 on a three-day Army pass and two days after her Vassar graduation, were enthusiastic world travelers, visiting more than 87 countries. From 1985 to 2001 they summered in London and were fans at Wimbledon every season. They attended 14 Super Bowls and went on six African photo safaris and 14 People To People Tennis trips. Steve chaired our sixth mini-reunion in Scottsdale and the last one in Princeton. True to his New York heritage, he was a Giants and Knicks fan.

Steve is survived by Betty; children Andy, Jean ’79, and Peter; and two grandchildren.

Undergraduate Class of 1950