Lloyd Cotsen 1 Reply Lloyd Cotsen, a 1950 alumnus and one of the University’s most generous donors, died May 8, 2017
Lloyd Cotsen , who contributed many summers and financial resources to the American excavations of the Bronze Age site of Ayia Irini and the Neolithic site of Kephala on the island of Kea in the Cyclades, was the best of friends that a young archaeologist could have found and that my young children would discover many years later during a vacation on Kea. He also had an excellent appetite. Every evening the team would enjoy a first-class Greek dinner prepared by the Michalinos cook in the dig house, then Lloyd and I would put on our bathing trunks, swim across the bay to the village of Vourkari, and have a second dinner at Tasos. I hope that he will contact Tasos in the next world and continue the good tradition.
Philip Hone Auerbach ( Harvard 1961 , but son and father of Princeton graduates )