George W. Pitcher, 92, on January 12. He was a professor of philosophy at Princeton and life companion of Edward T. Cone. Pitcher was a trustee of the Edward T. Cone Foundation. Services will be held Saturday, April 21, at 10 a.m. at the Princeton University chapel.
Robert Greiff, 92, on January 15. He was a partner in Management Advisors of Princeton, an executive recruiting firm.
Judith Elaine Mikeal Gross, 76, on October 8. She was one of the first women to get a PhD in economics at Princeton. She later was a civil rights activist and taught ESL at the Princeton YMCA. Services will be held Saturday, February 10, at 1 p.m. at Trinity Church in Princeton.
John Frederick Bernard, 94, on January 12. He co-founded the company that eventually became Sturhahn, Dickenson, and Bernard, located in Princeton.
Leonard Blank, 90. He was a clinical psychologist who was president of the Princeton Association of Human Resources and president of the NJ Group Psychotherapy Association in addition to teaching at Rutgers and other schools and operating a private practice in Princeton, Kingston, and New York.
Helen Shannon, 69. She was a professor at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia and a past executive director of the New Jersey State Museum.
Arthur F. Martz Jr., 95, on January 26. He mentored engineers at RCA Astro Electronics Division in East Windsor. Services will be held Saturday, February 3, at 11 a.m. at St. Paul’s Church, 216 Nassau Street, Princeton.
Kirk Michael McKay, 48, on January 26. He was a medical editor at MJH Associates. Services will be held Saturday, February 3, at 11 a.m. at St. Mark’s United Methodist Church, 465 Paxson Avenue, Hamilton.
Michael Fratticcioli, 37, on January 27. He worked in the finance department of Princeton Insurance Company.
Laurie Ann Musante, 63, on January 25. She was a legal assistant at Brennan Law Firm, Cranbury.