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Robert Hauter Myslik ’90

Published in July 2, 2003, issue

Though he left us in body, the stories of Rob's life are indelibly etched on the souls of all he touched and all who shared his life. He died Jan. 21, 2003, in a car accident while attending the Sundance Film Festival. A beautiful, giving, vivacious soul, he will be missed as fiercely as he lived.

Rob lived every day with vigor, from early days as a boy growing up in Milan, Italy, to countless hours spent playing and coaching on the Princeton soccer fields, to moments lighting up the minds of his students in his English clasSroom at the Hun School of Princeton. He then moved to Montana, where he made his dream home in the mountains of Missoula, and where he coached soccer, attended graduate school, and married his wife, Susan, who is expecting their first child in September.

The family left to tell Rob's stories are Susan; his mother and stepfather, Barbara Hauter and Taylor Woodward '62; his father, Robert Myslik '61; his sister and brother-in-law and family, Melora '88 and Andrew Balson '88; and countless friends and people whom he loved and who loved him. Donations in Rob's memory can be made to the Robert Hauter Myslik Memorial Fund, Fleet National Bank, PO Box 55477, Boston, MA 02205-5477.

The Class of 1990

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