Ted died on Sept. 23, 2001, in the Forest Haven Nursing Home in Catonsville, Md., from complications of a kidney disease. Ted was born in NYC, the son of Theodore '38. He attended Choate before coming to Princeton, where he majored in chemistry, was a member of the Judo Club, the Karate Club, the Pistol Club, and Key and Seal. Ted earned a doctoral degree in physical chemistry from the UC- Berkeley, in 1971, working on problems associated with the basic physics of semiconductors. He began his career as an industrial research chemist, working first with Princeton Chemical Research on catalyst evaluation, and later for Gammaflux and Versar, where he became interested in determining the fate of environmental pollutants. After a period of service at the OSHA National Laboratory in Salt Lake City, Ted finished his career at Enviro Control in Rockville, Md., where he did hazard evaluation and predicted the environmental fate of priority pollutants. Ted spent much of his time later in life in northern California, where he enjoyed mountain climbing and rock climbing.
To his mother, Katherine w'38, the class extends its sympathy and support.
The Class of 1966