Vic died of cancer Feb. 9, 2021, in Miami.

He grew up on a farm in Edgerton, Wis., graduating from Wayland Academy in Beaver Dam.

At Princeton, Vic joined Colonial Club and roomed with Frank Strasburger, Jeff Tempas, Bill Paternotte, Stony Simons, Roger Kellogg, Brooke Pearson, and Malcolm Simmons. Vic participated in the Ski Club, Tiger Magazine, and Triangle Club. He left our class after the first semester of junior year and was drafted into the Army during Vietnam. He returned to Princeton and majored in politics. After gentle cajoling from ex-roommates, he rejoined our class at our 25th reunion.

Vic met Linda Spooner (Northwestern ’66) and they were married in June 1971. Vic and Linda moved to Madison, Wis., where he attended law school at the University of Wisconsin, graduating in 1973. They moved to Florida, and Vic received a master’s degree in tax law from the University of Miami in 1974. He joined Wometco Enterprises, serving as general counsel and later as vice president of Wometco Cable Corp.

In 1994, Vic retired and moved with Linda to the Ocean Reef Club in Key Largo, Fla. He also bought a log cabin in northern Wisconsin and divided time between them. At the Ocean Reef Club, Vic was a longtime board member of the Rod and Gun Club and was the 2018 Sportsman of the Year. He was a member of the Key Largo Anglers Club and fished Atlantic salmon in Canada and marlin in the Bahamas. He enjoyed snow skiing in the West and in Europe and waterskiing in the summer. Vic hunted grouse and woodcock with his English setter dogs at his log cabin during the summer and autumn.

Vic is survived by Linda; son Christian; daughter Megan; six grandchildren; and brothers Tom and Fred.

Undergraduate Class of 1967