“Success in the Second Half” with the 3 Bobs the Pride of Princeton Football 

”The Three Bobs”--- a financial planner, a pulmonary care physician, and a psychological counsellor---speak on issues during the retirement years. 

At their 50th college reunion, three former Princeton football teammates from the class of 1968 made a presentation “Success in the Second Half” which addressed personal concerns for those in later years. The seminar was so well received that they have run subsequent ones in Pittsburgh and Washington, D.C. and at other Princeton reunions. With the onset of COVID-19, they continue to provide the program remotely as a webinar specifically applicable to the circumstances of the pandemic.


As the seminar title suggests, the mission of “The Three Bobs” is to provide individuals and their families the skills and knowledge to navigate the financial, medical, and spiritual challenges of life’s second half. Bob Mauterstock, a Certified Financial Planner, addresses monetary issues, including communication of parents’ wishes to their children. Dr. Bob Schoene, a Pulmonary Specialist, empathizes balancing an active, healthy lifestyle with responsibilities to family and community. Dr. Bob Weber, a Clinical Psychologist, encourages participants to review their lives, awaken to a new stage, and assess what gives them meaning, value, and self-worth. Our moderator will be Richard Broad of American Soccer Programs and also Princeton '68.



Bob Mauterstock served as a Naval Aviator with Combat Support Squadron Four out of New Jersey and had a thirty-year financial planning practice. He is the author of four books dealing with the financial issues for intergenerational communication and planning, including his most recent book “Caring For Your Elderly Parents, Timely Advice For Baby Boomers.”



Bob Schoene is a pulmonary/critical care specialist whose research on exercise and high-altitude physiology have taken him to Mt. Everest, Denali, and the Andes. A graduate of Columbia Medical School, he has authored four books, eighty peer-review papers and eighty chapters and review articles. He and his wife teach and practice in the San Francisco area. 



Bob Weber is a clinical psychologist who has developed a program that explores the existential/spiritual opportunities for growth that accompany the aging process. A retired Assistant Professor of Psychology at Harvard Medical School, he coauthored the 2015 Nautilus Gold Award winning book, The Spirituality of Age: A Seeker’s Guide to Growing Older.


Richard Broad played international football (soccer) at Princeton and has pursued a career in the sport as a coach, television commentator, talent assessor, scout, and advisor to college-bound student-athletes. He ran a large soccer camp and has devoted many years to working with boys and girls ages 8-18. He is passionate about sports, physical fitness, and pursuing excellence at any age.


“The Three Bobs” are eager to share their message with not just fellow Princetonians but with men and women from all backgrounds across the nation. 


Tuesday, April 27, 2021 

6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.


Harvard Club Members $10

Nonmembers $25