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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.
In the early 1960s he and Elaine frequented Greenwich Village cafes where they happened to catch an up and coming Bob Dylan.
He was married to Alice Elizabeth Kroll Sweeney (deceased) for 32 years and Helen Sweeney for 40 years. He returned from Texas to find Alice waiting for him. He worked as an engineer for the Penn Central Railroad for 42 years before retiring.
David worked at Exxon Research and Engineering in their corporate research and government labs. He was published widely on the subject of high temperature combustion processes.
Within a few years he would attend Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn (now part of NYU) to pursue a Ph D in Chemistry, but not before meeting his future wife, Elaine Sklan, in Rockaway, NY. They would go on to marry on that same boardwalk in July 1957. His dissertation was on the Adsorption of Poly-Methylmethacrylate, an acrylic now used in everything from airplane windows to intraocular lens replacements.
He conducted post-doctoral work at Brown University.
Following a 14-year tenure in the Exxon Labs he founded the company Princeton Scientific Enterprises, an R&D organization specializing in high temperature technology with particular expertise in combustion, high temperature chemistry, combustion generated air pollution, high temperature energy transfer and energy conversion. David served on Princeton Township Committee for a decade, the Princeton Civil Rights Commission, and many other community groups.
He supported and participated in his wife’s environmental activities and endeavors including the founding of the D&R Greenway Land Trust in Princeton, New Jersey.
Following his graduation in 1947 he attended Clarkson College of Technology (now Clarkson University) in Potsdam, NY.