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One notable project in the age before digital cameras was creating the 3-D lenticular photo development process for Nimslo, a manufacturer which as a result became the number-one-selling 35mm camera for a brief time.
Known for his dry humor and encyclopedic knowledge of everything, Stuart loved art, reading, photography, and listening to music as well as attending live performances — ballet, opera, symphony, and theater.
He conducted post-doctoral work at Brown University.
Leaving the world of academics behind, Stuart took a job with Technical Research Institute (TRI) in 1963 which brought him to the Princeton area, before joining Trenton-based Thiokol Corporation where he rose to the level of director of the polymer division before retiring in 1993.
One of David’s favorite places was on the deck overlooking the bay in Nova Scotia with a Lamb’s rum in his hand. He saw fighting in the Solomon Islands, New Guinea, and the Philippines and was awarded the Bronze Star for his “coolness under fire” and was commended by his CO as “a brave and gallant soldier.”On returning from the war, Mr.During his time at Thiokol his specialty was coatings.Stuart worked on myriad projects throughout his career.David is survived by his children: Karen (Tom) Horn, Barbara Blair, Maria (Eric) Belliveau, Amanda (Peter) Nichols, David (Bernice) Blair, and Rachel (Terry) Mc Gregor. Walsh received his JD from Rutgers University Law School.He delighted in his 16 far-flung grandchildren: Ben, Amos, Kate, Henry, Philip, Willie, Lucy, Blaire (Kenny), Zach, Becca, David, Edie, John, Norah, Sam, and Charlie. A funeral mass will be said on Saturday, July 21, at the Princeton University Chapel at 11 a.m. He worked as a labor relations attorney for his entire career. Walsh met the love of his life, Mary Frances Hildebrand, in New York City.
He developed a love of science during this time, which landed him at Brooklyn Technical High School.