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Robert Lee Losey ’67

Published in Sept. 14, 2005, issue

Bob died Feb. 2, 2005, after a lengthy battle with Alzheimer's.

A graduate of Livingston (N.J.) High School, Bob was a chemical engineer at Princeton. He was president of Chapel Choir, an officer of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, and a member of Tower Club. He played freshman lacrosse, and roomed with Ken Wilson, Dave Guyer, Dick Erdman, and Rick Karch.

After graduating from the University of Virginia Law School in 1970, Bob began practicing law at Satterlee Stephens Burke & Burke. He then worked in the legal departments of NL Industries and Revlon and finished his career as general counsel of Marvel Entertainment.

Bob was an avid bird-watcher, tennis player, traveler, photographer, and outdoorsman.

Bob's daughters, Annie Losey Teillon and Katie Losey, and his friend and former wife, Carol, were tireless caregivers throughout his long and debilitating illness. The class offers its condolences to them and to his son-in-law, Geoffrey, and his sister, Betty Weik.

Princeton was represented at his memorial service in Chappaqua, N.Y., by Guyer, Wilson, and Bud D'Avella '66. Donations may be made to the Alzheimer's Association (

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