Web studied at the Ogdensburg Free Academy and at the Lawrenceville School. At Princeton he studied biology, joined Quadrangle, the Westminster Fellowship, and WPRU, and rowed on the crew. He roomed with George Haering.

After two years of Army service he received a teaching credential from the University of Colorado, then taught biology in Croton-on-Hudson and in 1957 earned a master’s degree at Teachers College of  Columbia University. He next taught in several places — San Francisco, Bakersfield, and Walla Walla — and in 1968 went to the American School in Manila for two years. From 1970 to 1989 he was a guidance counselor in Longmont, Colo. In 1991 he gave up retirement and with his wife, Jewel, volunteered to teach at the Rift Valley Academy in Kijabe, Kenya, a boarding school for children of missionaries serving in Africa.

In 2009 they moved to Cary, N.C., where Web died on Christmas Day, 2020, leaving Jewel and their children, Anne, Brian, Tom, and Craig. The class sends its good wishes to them all with respect for Web’s service to our country and to so very many students in so very many places.

Undergraduate Class of 1952