Edward B. McLaughlin ’61, of Vero Beach, Fla., and Manhattan; Jan. 4. He began his career in the Manhattan office of Smith Barney prior to joining H.N. Whitney, Goadby & Co. He was recruited by the firm of Jesup and Lamont, where he was eventually promoted to partner. He was profiled several times in newspapers and magazines, including Barron’s, The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, and Florida Trend. He left Wall Street and moved to Easton, Conn., where he founded Southport Associates and later Saugatuck Associates, managing money for family and friends. In 1975 he moved to Vero Beach and opened Victorian Accents, an antiques store. Also, while in Vero Beach, he served as chairman of the board of Atlantic Communications and Citrus Broadcasters, Inc., as well as the Wahlstrom Foundation, the VNA Foundation Board, and treasurer of Coast Wine Festival Board. He established the McLaughlin Charitable Foundation, which supported local charities in Vero Beach, Connecticut, and Virginia. He was a longtime member of the Sons of the American Revolution and a fan of the New York Giants, the New York Rangers, and UConn’s women’s basketball team. He is survived by his wife, Lisa; two children; six grandchildren, two great-granddaughters; a sister; and a cousin.