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Charles Robert Neidlinger ’29

Published in July 2, 1997, issue

Charlie (his later nickname, but we knew him earlier as Junie and Chas) died Mar. 19, 1996. He prepared at Lawrenceville, Hill, Westminster, and Clark. He was on the lacrosse team and football squad, and belonged to Cannon Cub. He went immediately into his lifelong profession of insurance, at first with Mutual Life but in 1935 became a broker of general insurance.

After moving to Alpine, N.J., he was on the planning board and the Republican County Committee. He was a director of the Tenafly County Trust Co. In later years he became a restorer of antique automobiles, and also was an active digger as an amateur archaeologist. In 1934 he married Dorothy Ingram, and she survives, as well as their daughter Leith. The class extends sincere sympathy to Charlie's family.

The Class of 1929

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