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NEUHAUS--Philip Ross. Philip Ross Neuhaus of Houston, passed away on the 23rd of April 2013, at the age of 93. Mr. Neuhaus graduated from St. Mark's School, 1938, and Yale University, 1942. He was president of Wolf's Head. He served as captain in the U.S. Army with the 124th Horse Cavalry, where he was charged with training, maneuvers and tactics of the division of more than 700 men, part of the Mars Task Force, who marched over 400 miles on the Burma Road in the China-Burma-India Theatre in World War II. Co-founder and CEO of Underwood, Neuhaus & Co with Joseph Rice Neuhaus and Milton Underwood, he was still enjoying a 66 year career in the investment business. Philip Neuhaus was preceded in death by his son, the late Philip Ross Neuhaus, Jr., his wife, Barbara Haden Neuhaus, and his step-daughter Barbara George Briner. He is survived by his daughters Lacey Neuhaus Dorn, her husband, Tucker; Elizabeth "Betts" Neuhaus Armstrong, her husband, "C.D."; and Joan Neuhaus Schaan; and his grandchildren, Lacey Neuhaus Dorn, Philip Prizer Armstrong, Katherine Neuhaus Armstrong, Laura Hilliard Armstrong, and Daniel Ross Schaan. He is also survived by his loving step-children Jennifer George Kuebler and Mark; John Harris Masterson and Catherine; Cecil Haden Masterson; and William Douglas Masterson and Shelly; and their children. A more detailed notice, including a listing of survivors and other specifics can be found at: Services were held at Christ Church Episcopal Cathedral and burial and Glenwood Cemetery.

Published in The New York Times on May 12, 2013
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