Bill died Oct. 20, 1995. He prepared at Hill, and after Princeton went first into banking, but in a few years followed one of this great life interests and became a field associate of the American Museum of Natural History, leading several of their African expeditions. He was a world-recognized leader of the Boy Scouts and received scouting awards from seven countries. During WWII, Bill was a battery commander and also received air-service instruction in England. He retired as a major. His hobbies included flying, photography, and golf. He helped establish the World Scout Foundation and was on the board of Mystic Seaport Museum, Natl. Audubon Society, Lenox Hill Hospital, and the Woodland Foundation. He was a warden of St. John's Episcopal Church on Fisher's Island. His numerous clubs included Racquet & Tennis, Links, Union League, Royal Thames Yacht Club, and Travellers in Paris. In 1940 Bill married Beatrice Hawn; she died in 1987.
He is survived by a daughter, Margot Borgert, and a sister, Edwina Sanger. The class extends its sympathy to Bill's family.
The Class of 1929