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Lisa Muniz ’90

Published in June 6, 2001, issue

Lisa died in an accident on Nov. 16, 2000. At Princeton she majored in psychology, served as art chair in the Quadrangle Cub and vice president of the Student Consulting Initiative, and was a member of Butler College, Infinity Limited, Accion Puertorriquea y Amigos, and the Third World Center.

After graduation Lisa worked in Seattle and then moved to Lawrenceville, N.J. She was working for Lucent and happy to be living close to the university and her family, especially her new nephew/godson, whom she was "teaching the words to 'Old Nassau' even though he was having trouble signing without any teeth."

Lisa's interests included Volksmarch, a group that sponsored walks in urban and rural areas. She also became a wonderful gardener, growing houseplants indoors and managing great vegetable and herb gardens on whatever patios or lawn patches went with her various apartments.

Lisa's family and friends have set up a scholarship in her memory. Checks and correspondence should specifically read "Lisa Muniz Memorial Scholarship" and be sent to: Recording Secretary, Princeton University, Box 140, Princeton, NJ 08544.

The Class of 1990

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