Paul died on July 27, 2015.

He came to Princeton from Glendale, California, after graduating from Riverside High, where he played varsity football and served as senior class president.  At Princeton he majored in basic engineering and was a member of Elm Club and the Aquinas Foundation.

After graduation Paul earned an M.B.A. in quantitative methods at the University of Michigan and completed courses at The American University.  He served in the Navy from 1969 to 1974, earning the Navy Achievement Award and the Vietnam Service Award and rising to the rank of Lieutenant.  He pursued a career in business consulting, serving as Senior Associate & Consultant for Booz Allen Hamilton, and residing in Fairfax, Virginia, and Rockville, Maryland.

Paul loved the sea and was devoted to his family.  A highlight of each year was the family’s beach vacation.  He determinedly coached his children in soccer, learning the sport by watching videotapes.

Paul is survived by his wife Virginia, children Emily, Brian, and Kevin, and grandchildren Emerson and Eva.  The Class extends its heartfelt sympathy to them.