Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Dan migrated to Morrison, Colo., and Bear Creek High School for his secondary education. At Princeton, he majored in politics and joined Dial Lodge. Dan played lacrosse for two years and was active in interclub sports, the James Madison Assembly of Whig-Clio, and Navy ROTC. He served three years in the Navy aboard the destroyer escort U.S.S. Forster, based in Pearl Harbor. He married Cary at Pearl Harbor before moving on to Harvard for his MBA in 1962.

Dan began his career in commercial real-estate banking and development in Boston with Ryan Elliot Associates, where he spent 16 years and became a partner. In 1981, he took his skills to Rhode Island Hospital Trust Bank (later absorbed by Bank of Boston) until his retirement in 1996. He and Cary then returned to Hawaii. Widowed in 1996, Dan married Bev in 2010. They traveled extensively abroad, including a two-year residence in Uruguay, settling finally in Las Vegas. Dan died there Oct. 28, 2021, after a short illness.

He is survived by Bev, his two daughters, their spouses, and tw0 grandchildren. We send our condolences to them.

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Undergraduate Class of 1960