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John Richard Savage ’31

Published in Dec. 23, 1992, issue

JACK DIED Oct. 1, 1992, at Bainbridge Island, Wash. He prepared at Westminster School. While at Princeton, he held the Brown Scholarship arid was a member of Tiger Inn. He served five years in the Army arid was discharged a captain in 1946.

His career took him to Honolulu, for the Hawaiian Electric Company; to Portland, Ore., for Northwest Gas Company; and to St. Paul, Minn., for Conwed Corp., front which he retired in 1973. He moved to Bainbridge Island in 1985. Jack served as our Class treasurer, and was a past president of the Princeton Club of Oregon. He was a member of the Encampment Forest Assn., Wing Point Country Club, and St. Barnabas Episcopal Church. He was an active supporter of the South Bainbridge Community Assn. and had a lifelong interest in the environment.

Jack is survived by his widow, Mary; his sister Virginia; three daughters, Mary, Elspeth, and Nancy '76; and four grandchildren, The Class sends its deepest sympathy to his family.

The Class of 1931

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