Tom came to us from Newark Academy to study economics and join Colonial Club. He was on the class memorial insurance committee, worked at the Prince, and joined the Catholic Club. His roommates were Mike Hogan and Sam Van Culin.

He went on to Naval OCS at Newport and to serve at the Naval Air Station in San Diego. He was deployed to the Western Pacific on the USS Essex, then the USS Philippine Sea. He was released from service in time to enter Harvard Law School in 1955. He graduated with high honors and commenced a career in the law that lasted 50 years, including stints at White & Case in New York and Hogan Lovells in Washington, D.C., and work as assistant general counsel for General Motors, and in 1999 he was appointed to a Republican position on the FTC.

Tom died May 21, 2021. He is survived by his wife, Stephanie; and their children, Thomas, David, and Alison. To them the class sends good wishes and appreciation of Tom’s fine service to our nation.

Undergraduate Class of 1952