The following is a revised version of a memorial published in the Oct. 24, 1990, issue of PAW.
THE CLASS of 1986 and Class of 1985 mourn the death of David Dinnocenti. David originally began Princeton with the Class of 1985, and after a year away from school between his freshman and sophomore years, graduated in 1986. He was an architecture major and a member of Ivy and the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity. David played golf at the Hill School, and continued to play golf for four years on the varsity golf team at Princeton. After graduation from college, David worked with the Linpro Company, a real estate development company in Wilmington, Dela., and at the time of his death, he was obtaining his M.B.A. at the Wharton School of Business at U.Penn.
While at Princeton David was a generous friendhe was a consummate host to his friends at his parents' vacation home on the N.J. shore and spent much time listening to his friends' problems, but rarely burdened others with his own. He died Feb. 7, 1989. The Class of 1986 extends its condolences to his parents, Eugene and Helen Dinnocenti; his brother, Gregory; and his sister, Donna Marie.
The Class of 1986