Tad, an internal medicine doctor throughout his career, died Jan. 5, 2022, in Columbia, Md. 

He came to us from the Brunswick School in Riverside, Conn. At Princeton he majored in biology and wrote his thesis on methods of preparing tissues for the electron microscope. Senior year he roomed with Gordon Kelly, Peter Brown, and John Ogden. He and they were all charter members of the Woodrow Wilson Society. 

Tad earned a medical degree from Yale in 1966 and completed a residency at the University of Virginia School of Medicine. After a few years with the U.S. Public Health Service as an epidemic intelligence officer, he became one of the first staff physicians at the newly opened Howard County General Hospital in Columbia, Md. During his 31 years as a physician, 19 of which he spent on call at the hospital, he treated thousands of patients and mentored dozens of junior physicians. He was prized for his exceptional skills in listening and talking to patients and diagnosing their ailments. He retired in 2004.

Tad is survived by his wife, Patricia Faraone Dadisman; and son, T.A. Dadisman III. The class extends its condolences.

Undergraduate Class of 1962