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Angus Crawford Randolph ’36

Published in Oct. 10, 1990, issue

ANGUS DIED Jan. 31, 1990, after a brief illness.

He prepared at Virginia Episcopal School where he was class valedictorian and a threesport letterman. At Princeton he majored in biology, was on the varsity swimming and lightweight football teams, and was undergraduate treasurer of Cloister inn. He also graduated from die U.Va. School of Medicine.

He served with distinction in WWII in die medical corps as a bomber group's flight surgeon. Before he retired in 1946 as a major, he received the Croix de Guerre, and the soldiers' and air medals.

From 1946 until his retirement in 1987, he was a psychiatry professor at the Bowman Gray School of Medicine. He also had a general practice and was greatly appreciated by his patients for playing his guitar while singing troubadourtype songs in the psychiatric ward of the Baptist Hospital.

He liked sailing and for years Was active in the Boy Scouts of America at the troop level. He also enjoyed touring his area on his English bicycle.

Angus was predeceased by his wife, Marjorie, whom he married in 1941. He is survived by a son, Angus M. C.; daughters Majorie A. Randolph, Alice Laurie Randolph, Elizabeth R. McNamara, and Ann R. Sandburg; and three grandchildren. The Class recognizes and respects his meaningful life.

The Class 0f 1936

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