A. Perry Morgan Jr., 94, on January 4. A founding member of the Princeton-based architecture firm Holt Morgan Russell, he converted his family’s longtime home, Constitution Hill, and its grounds into the 60-unit community that it is today. A memorial service will be Saturday, February 2, at 1:30 p.m. at Trinity Church in Princeton.

Patricia Anne Peacock, 74, on December 29. A teacher of adult education courses at George Mason University and Strayer University, Peacock had moved to Princeton to help her daughter and son-in-law, Kristin and Ron Menapace, manage their home while operating Homestead Princeton, the Hulfish Street retail store.

Fredric J. Spar, 70, on December 22. A student of Chinese language and history, Spar had worked as a communications consultant in New York and was active in several environmental organizations, including the Watershed Institute, the Friends of Princeton Open Space, and the Friends of the Charles H. Rogers Wildlife Refuge next to the Institute for Advanced Study Woods.

Mary Balogh Hultse, 82, on December 10. She was formerly an advertising executive at Bristol-Myers Squibb, A memorial service will be at Princeton United Methodist Church, 7 Vandeventer Avenue, on Monday, January 21, at 1 p.m.

Herman S. Ermolaev, 94, on January 6. He was a professor emeritus in Princeton University’s Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures, which he joined in 1959.

Jane Spencer Hand Bonthron, 96, on December 15. As a member of the Navy she worked on the Enigma coding machine during World War II. In Princeton she was an active volunteer with the Prince­ton Hospital Aid Society and Meals on Wheels.

Elias Menachem Stein, 87, on December 23. He was a math professor at Princeton for 55 years, retiring at age 86, and was twice the winner of the Fields Medal, mathematics’ most prestigious award.

Beverly Owens on January 8. The Westminster Choir College alumna was the music director at Witherspoon Street Presbyterian Church for 22 years in addition to performing as a soprano and teaching private lessons.

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