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JUDGE--Thomas B., Jr., 83, died on Monday, March 10, at home. For the bulk of his career, Judge managed the AT&T venture capital portfolio for the AT&T Investment Management Corporation. He co-founded the Institutional Limited Partners Association, which has grown to a membership of over one hundred institutions. He had been a frequent speaker at private equity and pension fund conferences and seminars worldwide. He retired from AT&T in 1995, the same year he was inducted into the Private Equity Hall of Fame. He is also an honorary Kauffman Fellow and is designated as a "Venture Capital Great" by the National Venture Capital Association and The Harvard Business School. In his retirement, he continued his work in private equity as a consultant for JPMorgan and others, until very recently. Judge graduated from Pennsylvania State University and earned his MBA at Seton Hall University. He served in the US Army in the 1950s, and as Mayor of the Borough of Little Silver, New Jersey in the early 1970s. Judge is survived by his wife, Barbara, his friend Ellen Catlin, his sisters Jackie Seuffert and Connie Judge, his son Thomas B. Judge III of Shrewsbury, NJ, his daughters Lauren Bartkus and her husband Brian of Bedford, MA, Linda Ferrogine and her husband Jim of Shrewsbury, NJ, and Dana Farabaugh and her husband Jay of Sudbury, MA. He is also survived by his beloved 10 grandchildren, Taylor, Anne, Brooke, Jimmy, Tommy, Kate, Casey, David, Jill and Nick. Donations may be made to the Surf City Volunteer Fire Company & Emergency Medical Services at

Published in The New York Times on Mar. 14, 2014