Sharmon Anciola (started w/ ’95)
Jason came to Princeton from Lewis and Clark High School in Spokane, Wash., where he lettered in football and baseball and was senior class president. At Princeton, he majored in economics, played varsity baseball, and was a member of Cottage Club. His close friends included Prestin Read, Cord Johnston, Dave Ekelund, Wayne Lee ’98, and his cousin, Callie Neuman Erickson. (more)
Greg Channell of Athens, Ga., died Jan. 2, 2004, one day after his 30th birthday.
Greg, the son of Emily Tanner and the late Richard Channell, was a beloved member of the Class of ’96. He came to Princeton after graduating with honors in 1992 from Brookwood HS in Snellville, Ga. Greg began his Princeton career as a member of Wilson College and joined Cottage Club. He majored in ecology and evolutionary biology. (more)
Louis Gerstner (started w/ ’95)
GERSTNER–Louis V., III, passed away on August 14, 2013 at the age of 41 after a choking incident while dining in a restaurant. Beloved father of Grace and Olivia, he was the President of the Gerstner Family Foundation. A graduate of St. Paul’s School, Princeton University and Columbia Business School, he dedicated much of his adult life to providing educational opportunities to underprivileged children. In addition to his children, he is survived by his sister, Dr. Elizabeth Gerstner and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis V. Gerstner, Jr. (more)
HORNER–Jonathan Purcell July 20, 1974 – December 15, 2019. Jonathan Purcell Horner, 45, of Princeton, NJ, died on December 15, 2019 at New York Presbyterian Hospital in Manhattan. In recent months, he had been treated for cancer, which had been detected a few weeks before his forty-fifth birthday. (more)
Dr. Andrew M. Keverline died early Tuesday morning after a snowmobile accident in Warren County – four years after a plane crash took his father’s life.
Keverline, 32, was operating a snowmobile at 11:15 p.m. Monday on Peterson Hill Road, about three-quarters of a mile south of Route 957 in Freehold Township when, according to Corry-based state police, the snowmobile was not able to negotiate a curve and hit a snowbank. (more)
Peter Corbin Kohn, 38, of Madison and New Haven, passed away March 18, 2012. He was born August 23, 1973 in New Haven to George Childs Kohn and Jutta (Knechtsberger) Kohn. Peter is survived by parents, sister, Christina Childs Caplan, and her husband Lee of Vienna, VA, nephew, Luke Caplan, nieces, Nicole and Natalie Caplan. Also survived by numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, and step-grandmother, Mrs. P. Corbin Kohn of Bloomfield, CT, as well as devoted, kind friends, John Murphy and Clinton Brooks. Peter was a 1992 graduate of Daniel Hand High School and a 1996 graduate of Princeton University, School of Architecture, where he received the Shellman Drawing Award. (more)
On Mar. 4, 2003, the class lost a dear friend and classmate, Temai Myambo, in a motorcycle accident in Miami. He was 28.
Temai was originally a resident of Mount Pleasant in Harare, Zimbabwe. While at Princeton he participated in track, football, and Body Hype. He majored in ecology and evolutionary biology. (more)
Sulo died Nov. 4, 2016, after a long battle with alcoholism and depression. Born Dec. 11, 1973, in Vallejo, Calif., Sulo was a talented musician, writer, actor, swimmer, and tri-athlete. He was a graduate of Montgomery (Calif.) High School, and earned a degree in English and a certificate in theater arts from Princeton. (more)