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Robert C. Agee ’54

Published in July 3, 2002, issue

Robert Agee died of lung cancer at his home in Bronxville, N.Y., on Jan. 30, 2002. Bob prepared for Princeton at Andover. He was editor and chair of the Nassau Lit, a member of Cottage Club, and the freshman baseball team. After graduation, he served in Inchon, Korea, aboard the Navy USS Consolation. On his return, he graduated from Harvard Law and practiced in White Plains. Long active in the Democratic Party, he served as aide to the governor of Massachusetts and later environmental adviser to Sen. Robert F. Kennedy. He ran for the New York State senate in 1968. He served on the Bronxville board of trustees and was editor of Horizon magazine and feature writer for the Journal News.

He is survived by his wife of 47 years, Anne, daughter Elizabeth, son Christopher, two grandchildren, and his brother William '60. The class extends its sympathy to his family.

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