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Bob Callahan, U.S. Squash Hall of Famer, Dies at 59

Bob Callahan, the man who laid the foundation for Princeton Squash over four decades, died Tuesday, Jan. 27, at the age of 59 following a three-year battle with brain cancer. Callahan, a 2012 inductee into the U.S. Squash Hall of Fame, produced championships as both an undergraduate standout and throughout his 32-year tenure as head…

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Princeton Philanthropist William H. Scheide Dies at 100

William H. Scheide, the Princeton philanthropist and Bach enthusiast who made significant contributions to scholarship in various fields of study and curated one of the largest rare book and manuscript collections in the world, died early this morning, a source close to the family confirmed. He was 100. Born in Philadelphia on January 6, 1914,…

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Obituary: TCNJ Wrestling Coach David Icenhower Dies at 66

Legendary wrestling coach David B. Icenhower, who guided the Lions team at The College of New Jersey for 35 seasons, died Saturday, Oct. 25, after a long battle with cancer. He was 66. Born in Norfolk, Va., he lived in the Mercer county area for the last 40 years, most recently in Robbinsville. “Ice” attended…

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Thomas S. Fulmer, Princeton Architect, Dies at 79

Thomas S. Fulmer, an architect and community leader in Princeton for many years, died last Thursday at the University Medical Center of Princeton at Plainsboro from complications related to Lou Gehrig’s Disease. He was 79. Born Aug. 31, 1934, in Cleveland, Ohio to O. Kline Fulmer and Lois Fulmer (nee Hoover), Tom attended elementary and…

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Harold Kuhn, Game Theory Pioneer, Dies at 88

Harold Kuhn, a Princeton University mathematician who advanced game theory approaches to economics, died of congestive heart failure on July 2. He was 88 years old. Born in 1925, Kuhn served in the U.S. Army from 1944 to 1946 and completed his bachelor’s degree at the California Institute of Technology in 1947. After completing his…