Norwich, VT - Robert Bruno Alexander Naumann, 85.5 years old, succumbed to Parkinson’s Disease at Hanover (N.H.) Terrace on Wednesday morning, Dec. 10, 2014. Bob was born on June 7, 1929 in Dresden, Germany, the son of Eberhard Bruno and Elsa (Haege) Naumann zu Koenigsbrueck. Given his parents’ divorce and WWII, Bob attended schools far and wide: the Browning School in New York City; the Cranbrook School and the Scots College in Sydney, Australia; the University of California in Berkeley. After his Jan.-1949 UC graduation, accented with Phi Beta Kappa and Sigma Xi keys, Bob entered Princeton University’s graduate program in Physical Chemistry, a field, engrossing him since early boyhood. In 1953 with a Ph.D. in Chemistry, a fresh US naturalization certificate and a new ham-radio license (W2FNY) Bob chose not leave Princeton. Instead he remained for a 39-year career as the university’s only joint Professor of Chemistry and Physics. While there he taught hundreds of undergrad and graduate students, plus Albert Einstein! On an April 1, 1955 home-visit he and N.Y.U. Prof. Henry Stroke answered atomic-clock questions, long puzzling Einstein.