Bill came to Princeton from Red Bank High School and lived in the third entry of Hamilton for four years, with numerous roommates. He majored in chemistry and was a member of the crew, the Chemistry Club, and Cloister Inn.
After graduation he enrolled in Hahnemann Medical College. Following a stint in the Navy Medical Service Corps in Bainbridge, Md., he joined his brother Ensley for 40 years in their medical practice of obstetrics and gynecology in Red Bank.
Bill moved several times, but never far from Red Bank. He enjoyed fishing and crabbing on the Navesink River and was an accomplished and talented carver of waterfowl decoys.
Bill is survived by his wife of 63 years, Dorothy; children Pamela Siderewicz, William H.R. White III, Robert, and Dwight; and six grandchildren. We offer our condolences to all of them.