The New York Times
May 27, 1977
John T. Davol, a financial consultant, was stricken Wednesday aboard an
inbound flight from London, and was pronounced dead on arrival at Kennedy
International Airport. He was 34 years old and a resident of Atlanta.
Mr. Davol, who was returning to the United States from a business trip, was a graduate of Yale University and of Columbia's Graduate School of Business.
He was a vice president and director of Charter Medical Corporation of Macon, GA, which provides financial consulting services for hospitals.
The cause of his death was not clear yesterday.
Mr. Davol is survived by his wife, the former Joan Roby; two daughters, Hayes T. and Carolyn K; a sister, Mrs. John R. Potter; a brother, Ward M.; a half-brother, Peter E. Davol; a half-sister, Joan E. Davol; his father, Dr. Rector T. Davol; and his mother, Mrs. M. Stewart Roesler.