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Franklin Blackwell Stockton ’36

Published in Mar. 6, 1996, issue

Frank died Sept. 17, 1995, of pneumonia following Alzheimer's disease. He was 80. He graduated from Pittsburgh's Peabody H.S. At Princeton he majored in mathematics and was a member of Terrace Club. Although he did not graduate from Princeton, he maintained his class affiliation. He graduated in 1938 with a BS from the Univ. of Pittsburgh.

His business career was spent as an industrial engineer with some major steel companies. He retired in 1975 as chief industrial engineer of the Natl. Steel Corp., after which he was engaged in private consulting in his field.

Frank had homes in Clearwater, Fla., and Grosse Isle, Mich. He was an avid golfer of considerable skill. He is survived by his wife, Barbara, whom he married in 1944, daughters Mrs. A David Balog, Mrs. Frederic R. Haines, Mrs. William H. Vander Mass, and six grandchildren.

The Class of 1936

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