Ted died Dec. 30, 2021, of lymphoma.

A native of Columbus, Ohio, Ted attended Columbus Academy, where he competed on the swimming and football teams. At Princeton he majored in politics and joined Charter Club. He roomed with Steve Craig and Steve Harwood.

From 1966 to 1969 Ted served as a lieutenant in the Navy, making 216 carrier landings during the Vietnam War. He then earned an MBA in finance from Dartmouth’s Tuck School of Business.

Ted and his late wife, Linda, moved to Colorado about 10 years ago. Ted took full advantage of the outdoors, skiing, biking, and hiking until the very end of his life. Linda died in 2018.

His final illness prevented Ted and Barbara Kiernan from proceeding with the wedding they had planned for late November 2021.

Ted’s sensitivity and generosity of spirit were constantly in evidence. It was his idea to send Tiger pins to classmates who served in the Vietnam War. More recently, he initiated the practice of sending wind chimes to classmates when they lost a spouse.

The class extends its heartfelt condolences to Barbara; Ted’s sons Matt and Ryan; grandchildren Hayden, Jake, Hunter, and Riley; and brothers Tom ’72 and Steve.

Undergraduate Class of 1966