Bob came to us from The Hill School. He majored in basic engineering and joined Charter Club. He rowed on the 150-pound crew and roomed with Hal LeBlond and others.

After Navy service, he began a career in college textbook publishing in sales at McGraw-Hill and W.A. Benjamin until starting his own company in 1966.

Worth Publishing had good lists in biology, psychology, and sociology. His private interests during long residence in New York included Day School, Adirondack Explorer magazine, and the Adirondack Museum.

Bob died May 30, 2023. He is survived by his wife, Blaikie, known to many in the class as his companion at Reunions; and their children, Robert F., Monty, Eleanor, and Alexi. The class sends good wishes to them with a smile and memories of their lively father, plus a salute to Bob for his Navy service.

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Undergraduate Class of 1952