David died at 61 of cancer on July 6, 2000. He entered Princeton from the Ambler [Pa.] Joint School and received an AB in economics. He later earned an EdM in counseling and took doctoral studies at Penn.
At Princeton, he was pres. of the Savoyards and was a member of the NROTC and Court Club. His closest friends in the class were Frank Towne, Jay Salley, Brice Cox, and the late Mike Madden.
Following service in the Navy, he spent his early career in education as a teacher, guidance counselor, and administrator. In 1981, he became a training consultant for Achieve Global, formerly Xerox Learning Systems, of Wayne, Pa., remaining there until his death.
David had a particularly strong interest in traveling. He traveled around the world in 1968 and visited all but two US states. Two weeks before his death, he visited England for a family reunion.
David never married but had many cousins and friends who will miss him. We join them in their grief.
The Class of 1961