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Alfred E King Jr. ’36

Published in May 11, 1994, issue

AT 81, AL DIED at his Hobe Sound, Fla., home, Jan. 26, 1994. He prepared at St. Paul's School. At Princeton, he was a member of Cottage Club.

After Prinoeton, he joined G. M. P Murphy Co. and U.S. Gypson. During WWII, he served four years in the navy and was discharged as a It. commander. Al then owned the Muralo Co., a paint manufacturer, which he sold in the mid1960s. He was subsequently associated with the N.Y.C. Wall Street firms White Weld, Delafield and Delafield, King Quirk and, at the time of his retirement, Henderson and Harrison.

Among other organizations, he served on the board of Proctor Academy and also on the board of Riverview Hospital of Rumson, N.J. He enjoyed golf, tennis, hunting, and fishing.

Al's first wife, Nancy Noyes, died in 1982. He is survived by his widow, Frances Gorman, whom he married in 1984. She was the widow of Edmund N. Gorman '36. Other survivors are sons Alfred F. III and David N., daughters Nancy K. Mattler and Susan K. Stickney, four grandchildren, three stepchildren (Frances, Edmund, and Randolph Gorman), and two step-grandchildren.

Al was a very loyal Princetonian and classmate. He will indeed be remembered.

The Class of 1936

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