He was born Aug. 7, 1933. At the Loomis School he played tennis and soccer and joined the orchestra. He entered Princeton with the Class of ’55, left at his request in the fall of his junior year, spent two years in the Army, came back in the fall of 1956, and graduated in June 1958. He majored in history, joined Charter Club, played clarinet in the Marching Band, and competed on the rifle team.
After Princeton, Bill earned a law degree from the University of Connecticut Law School and joined the trust department of the Philadelphia National Bank. Bill enjoyed target shooting, flying and participating in Project ’55.
Bill is survived by his wife, Sue; sons Cameron and Douglas; and five granddaughters.