Ted died April 2, 2020, in Albuquerque, N.M., his home after his retirement. The cause of death was complications 0f COVID-19. 

Ted came to Princeton from Rockville Center, Long Island. His undergraduate career was interrupted by service in the Army from September 1946 to December 1947. At Princeton he majored in chemical engineering, worked on the Nassau Sovereign and the Student Refreshment Agency, and belonged to the American Institute of Chemical Engineers.  

After graduation Ted joined Esso Standard Oil Co. in New York City. In our 10-year directory he reported that he was still with Esso, still in New York, and still single. Our 15-year directory showed that he was now married to Mary but still in New York. He subsequently became associated with Mobil Oil Co. 

We had limited contact with Ted over the years, but in our 50th-reunion yearbook he reported that he had retired from Mobil and was living in Albuquerque, where he was involved in the American Red Cross disaster-relief program. 

Our deepest sympathy goes to Mary and Will. 

Undergraduate Class of 1949