Ed died Jan. 12, 2017, in White Plains, N.Y.
Ed came to Princeton from Rochester, N.Y., and roomed at North Reunion. After his freshman year, he transferred to Syracuse University and graduated from there in June 1949. He then joined Bausch & Lomb and began his career in photography, eventually moving on to the photo supply and entertainment field.
In 1974 Ed was the president of Fotoshop Stores in Manhattan, providing high-definition photos and photo editing for many clients. After 20 years in the photo equipment and supply business he became a partner in a Coopers & Lybrand subsidiary in New York, serving clients in the entertainment business as a financial adviser.
Ed continued living in the New York area, but also maintained a second home in Stockbridge, Mass.
He was survived by his wife, Elaine; three daughters, Patricia London Wager, Nancy London, and Elizabeth London Plaker; and several grandchildren.