John O’Connell, 88, on February 2. He was a founding member of New Horizons in Autism and COSAC, now called Autism NJ.
Anne Froelich Taylor, 96, on January 26. Born in Princeton, she was a Hollywood screenwriter whose career was cut short when she was blacklisted during the McCarthy era. She also was a writer for Orson Welles’ “Mercury Theatre,” famous for destroying Grover’s Mill in Welles’ adaptation of “War of the Worlds.”
Bruce Berenson, 54, on January 25. He was a longtime photography teacher with the Arts Council of Princeton.