Bill died April 14, 2021, in North East, Pa.

He came to us from Upper Darby High School in Drexel Hill, Pa., where he was a member of the student council, editor of a weekly newspaper, and a member of the cross country and tennis teams. At Princeton, Bill majored in economics and ate at Quadrangle, where he participated in IAA touch football.

Following graduation, he served in the Navy from 1962 to 1964, took pre-med courses at the University of Colorado, taught chemistry at Cheshire Academy for one year, and entered Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons, earning a medical degree in 1971. He moved to the West Coast for his residency, specializing in emergency medicine.

He and his first wife, Elizabeth, had three daughters, Ann, Wendy, and Gail. Later he practiced in Saudi Arabia for two years and in Germany as chief of emergency medicine at the 97th Army Hospital. Earning a master’s degree in public health, he specialized in epidemiology, and as of our 50th reunion was a public-health officer in Maryland.

His obituary lists his wife, Barbara; and a large family as survivors. The class extends its condolences to all.

Undergraduate Class of 1962