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Charles L. W. Summerill ’32

Published in July 5, 2000, issue

Charles W. L. Summerill, a distinguished judge, died on May 16, 2000, in the Hunterdon Care Center, Raritan Township, N.J.

Chick prepared at Penn Charter and Exeter before coming to Princeton. At Princeton he was a member of Elm Club. He was on the track team and also the Princeton-Cornell combined track team.

After college and graduating from the U. of Pennsylvania law school, he practiced law for many years in New Jersey and was a judge in 11 municipalities of that state. He was admitted to practice before the US Supreme Court.

Chick served in the ROTC at Princeton, and during WWII he served on active duty as a major of field artillery.

Chick is survived by his wife, Theresa, to whom the class sends it condolences.

The Class of 1932

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