Al graduated from McCallie School in Chattanooga and as a premed at Princeton, he majored in psychology. He was a member of Campus Club, roomed with Boynton Emerson and Mickey Traylor, and was active in several campus organizations. After earning a medical degree from Emory University School of Medicine, he joined the Navy and served on an aircraft carrier in the Pacific for two years. He returned to Atlanta for his residency before establishing a private practice in diagnostic radiology in St. Petersburg, Fla. 

Al was active in an exceptional number of professional, civic, and charitable organizations. Upon his retirement in 1993 he taught ethics at St. Petersburg Junior College. He was president of the local Rotary, Suncoasters, and Florida Orchestra; chair of the local Boy Scouts council and Suncoast Medical Clinic; and a board member of countless organizations. He was also an active member of the United Methodist Church and a charter trustee of the Canterbury School. 

Al died Aug. 17, 2021, in St. Petersburg. He is survived by his wife of 65 years, Laura Marvine; a son; and two daughters. 

Class Year: 
Undergraduate Class of 1951