He came to us from the Hotchkiss School, where he sang in the Glee Club and the choir and won an English Speaking Union scholarship, studying a year at Bradford College, England. He came to Princeton as a sophomore in the fall of 1955.
At Princeton he majored in biology, was a member of Campus Club, and was active in the Orange Key and the Savoyards. He roomed with Pete Nichols, Barry Myers, Jim Cox, Gary Carr, Bob Johnston, and Bill Whitehurst in his senior year.
He went to Yale Medical School, completed a fellowship in cardiology at Duke University, and then served in the Air Force. He was in a private medical practice for 16 years in Connecticut, and in 1984 he and his wife, Jean, moved to St. Petersburg, Fla., where he joined a private medical practice. He then held leadership positions at Bayfront Hospital for more than a decade. He served as an officer and director of the N.E. Heart Association and was a distinguished member of the American Medical Association. He was a pioneer in encouraging the benefits of exercise for cardiac patients.
Terry is survived by Jean; daughters Kathryn, Deborah and her husband, Benjamin, and Amie and her husband, Gregory; grandchildren Laura, Wesley, Charles, Allen, Jackson, and Parker; and his sister, Patricia. He was predeceased by his children Victor IV and Sarah and sister Mary. The class extends its deepest sympathy to them all.