Nicholas Edward Monsour ’61 died on July 12, 2003, in Powder Springs, Georgia.
Born on October 2, 1939, in Pittsburgh, PA, he prepared for college at Bethel High School in Library, PA, and Shady Side Academy in Pittsburgh and became a member of Beta Theta Pi Fraternity at Bowdoin. Following his graduation in 1961, he entered the University of Chicago Law School, from which he was graduated in 1964. During the next two years, he served in the U.S. Army, attaining the rank of captain, and then was a law clerk with Hampton & Dietel in New York City for a year before joining the firm of Bigham, Eglar, Jones, and Houston in New York. He was an attorney with Reid and Priest in New York in 1972-73, and then was an attorney and assistant administrator at Monsour Hospital and Clinic in Jeannette, PA, before joining Martin, Ade, Birchfield, and Johnson in Jacksonville, FL. After practicing law in the St. Augustine area beginning in 1980, he became a financial consultant with CS First Boston Corporation in Atlanta, GA, and later became a stockbroker with Lehman Brothers, Inc., in Atlanta. He is survived by his wife, Sarah Montgomery Monsour; a daughter, Jamee Monsour; and a son, Nicholas E.C. Monsour.