Graduating from Lawrence (N.Y.) High School at the tender age of 16, Artie nonetheless lettered in four sports. At Princeton he played football all four years — the undefeated freshman team and three varsity years. He majored in politics and dined at Tiger Inn. In his spare time Artie also jumped with the Sport Parachuting Club, becoming its president.

Upon graduation he enlisted in the Marines. He rose to the rank of captain and served two deployments to Vietnam with the 9th Marines. After discharge Artie married Carol and enrolled at NYU Law School, earning a law degree in 1969. He spent his five-decade career in commercial real estate and law in New Jersey. 

Always a notably active fellow, Artie continued sport skydiving, flew his Cessna, went ocean cruising with old pals, and helped his neighbors with chores “just because [he] could.” He served on numerous Northern New Jersey community boards, was an Alumni Schools Committee rep, and regularly attended Princeton football games in the company of numerous fellow football vets, the self-styled “Legends.” 

His love of history, photography, and the arts remained with him to his death on Christmas Day 2020. Carol predeceased him in 2003 after 37 years of marriage. Their two daughters and one beloved granddaughter survive them.

Class Year: 
Undergraduate Class of 1960