Vince died April 26, 2018, in Naples, Fla. He was born and raised in Akron, Ohio, and spent most of his rather busy life there, retiring for the winters in Naples for the last 10 years.

Vince came to Princeton from Buchtel High School in Akron, where he was an active runner in cross-country and track. At Princeton he majored in chemistry. He then graduated from Case Western Reserve School of Medicine and practiced cardiology in Akron for more than 30 years. He met his future wife, Bonnie, in junior high school and they had a wonderful married life together for 53 years.

Looking back, one of Vince’s fondest memories was a summer trip to Europe after his sophomore year on a ship transporting 1,100 college students, including a half dozen Class of ’64 Princetonians, and, by sheer chance, Bonnie’s summer-abroad study group. Fairly early in the trip a propeller failed and the crossing took 11 days, nearly exhausting all supplies on board except for certain liquid refreshments. Ah, the good times! He also loved golfing with his buddies and listening to diverse Great Courses.

To Bonnie, son Ted, daughter Beth, and five grandchildren, the Class of ’64 extends its deepest sympathies.

Undergraduate Class of 1964