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Barbara P. Krumland ’75

Published in July 6, 1994, issue

BARBARA PRICE KRUMLAND DIED Dec. 29, 1993, in Walnut Creek, Calif., after a brief illness. Barbara prepared at Oakwood (Ohio) H.S. While at Princeton, she majored in sociology and was president of the Tigerlilies and a member of Charter Club. After Princeton Barbara went to Harvard, where she earned her M.BX with honors.

She went on to a number of marketing positions, and was most recently V.P. of DirectPlus at Compaq Computer, for which MARKETING COMPUTERS magazine named her one of 10 "heavy hitter" marketers in the hightech industry for 1993. Shortly before her death, she moved to Ogden, Utah, to become president of marketing for Iomega Corp.

Barbara is survived by her widower, Rand; her daughter, Laura; her son, Daniel; her parents, Rita and Gayle B. Price Jr. '51; two brothers, Matthew and Richard; and her sister, Martha P. Richardson.

Princeton friends will especially remember Barbara's ready smile and laugh, her beautiful voice, and her independence and spirit. She will be greatly missed.

The Class of 1975

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John R. Boyle Says:

2015-01-06 09:49:04

I remember you very well. You interviewed me when I was bored at Compaq in 1992. You were well liked and much respected at Compaq and did so much to help others and the company. You carried yourself in a very human way through all the business challenges. I still do think about you.
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