Bill had more adventures before Princeton than most of us did; he studied for a year at the Virginia Military Institute after graduating from Morristown High School and then served in the Army as a paratrooper. Once at Princeton he majored in economics, graduated magna cum laude, ate at Charter, and roomed with Dick Smith.

In his career he worked at General Electric and Morgan Guaranty, and was executive vice president at Worcester National Bank. At age 55 he retired to Sarasota, Fla., where he was active in community affairs and enjoyed exercising his singing voice.

Bill died May 16, 2018. He is survived by his children Scot, Victoria, and Linda, as well as by his former three wives, Edith, Sharon, and Ruth. The class sends its good wishes to them with a salute to Bill for his service to our country as a paratrooper.

Undergraduate Class of 1952