Paul R. Reich, MD '57
Paul died November 18 after a long illness. He was born and raised in New Jersey. At Princeton he majored in psychology, joined Court Club was active in WPRB and Theatre Intime. His senior roommates were Art Lumb and Pete Lavin. He graduated Phi Beta Kappa.
Paul continued his education at Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons joining Alpha Omega Alpha. His residency program was completed at Presbyterian Hospital, New York. Subsequently he was associated with the National Cancer Institute at Bethesda MD and later Presbyterian Hospital in New York.
From 1966-77, Paul was director of clinical labs for the blood bank at Beth Israel and from 1977-90 he was in private practice in Internal Medicine-Oncology/Hematology.
In 1990 he became medical director for Pilgrim Health Care in Massachusitts and served until 1995 when he joined the board of directors for Harvard/ Pilgrim and remained till 1998. He completed his career at Scheur Group 1998-2001 and Blue Cross/Blue Shield Rhode Island from 2002 until his illness.
Paul especially enjoyed boating, electronics, toy soldiers and traveling. He loved dearly his second wife Dianne, his five daughters, Sarah, Gwynnedd, Marjorie, Amy, Deborah and his five grandchildren. The class sends its sympathy to his family.
Sheppard Davis '57