Ed died too soon, March 3, 2022, of cardiac arrest in Fort Lauderdale. 

Born Aug. 23, 1978, Ed arrived at Princeton from Pasadena Polytechnic. He quickly made his mark on campus, playing lightweight football, joining Tower, ZBT, AASA, and TASA, living in Butler College, Little, and Spelman, and majoring in politics. 

After graduation, Ed worked with high-yield debt at renowned investment banks in New York and Hong Kong. He then moved to South Florida, where he was CFO for an import/export company, and later worked in commercial real estate finance. Throughout his career, Ed used his gift for turning unexpected events into opportunities, adapting across geography, cultures, and industries.

Classmates remember Ed as generous, hospitable, occasionally brash, and wickedly funny. He made friends he was proud of, supported fiercely, and kept up with after Princeton. A bon vivant, conversant in as  many as five languages, he lived life to the  very fullest. 

Although never at a loss for companionship, Ed did not marry or have children. His survivors include his parents, siblings, and extended family, whom the class supports at their time of loss. Ed lives on through many stories. Our class will tell those stories and celebrate his memory. 

Class Year: 
Undergraduate Class of 2000