Roger Enloe ’32 died at his Kendal home in Kennett Square, Pa., on January 10, 2006. His friends and family describe him as a monumental role model, loving husband and father, and a man of principle with life-long interests in ethical and theological inquiries. He encouraged all those he met, in all walks of life, to live with a loving heart. He served as a dedicated class secretary for 20 years. He was a graduate of Princeton Theological Seminary. He served as the pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of Bethlehem, Pa. With his daughters and wife, Jane Dent of Allentown, he lived in Spain during the 1950s counseling the emerging Protestant churches under the auspices of the World Council of Churches. As president and founding member of UN We Believe, he promoted the principles and purpose of the United Nations over three decades with UN ambassadors, foreign ministers, U.S. presidents, and leaders of business, industry, and labor. In 1999 Roger Enloe’s leadership of Leonardo da Vinci Horse, Inc. culminated in the gift of a colossal bronze horse to the people of Italy from the people of the United States as envisioned by the late Charles C. Dent. He was preceded in death by his wife Jane. Survivors include his two daughters, Elizabeth Enloe and Margaret Enloe McIntyre, 15 West 84th St., Apt. 7A, New York, N.Y. 10024, his son-in-law Steven McIntyre; grandchildren Andrew Enloe McIntyre, Laura Elizabeth McIntyre, and Sarah Jane McIntyre; G. Geddes Dowling, and many nieces and nephews.