Prince Archer Hawkins
Prince Archer Hawkins, husband of Jacqueline R. Hawkins, son of Prince Albert and Myrtle Z. Hawkins, brother of Robert Z. Hawkins, Ellen Prince Norman, Carson Hawkins, and Elizabeth Custer; father of Towner Hawkins, Prince Ashton Hawkins, Katherine Prendergast and Diane Hawkins Clark; grandfather of Davis and Barbara Prendergast and Ryan and Meghan Clark, died April 20, 2013 in Reno.
He was born December 28, 1918 at the family home at 549 Court Street, Reno, Nevada. He attended Mount Rose, Billinghurst, Reno High, and graduated from Yale University, Harvard Law School, and Harvard Business School, and attended Stanford Law School. He was a Fellow of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel and of The American College of Tax Counsel.
Prince was a member of the law firm of Hawkins, Folsom & Muir, a practice with continuity since July 1880, when Azroe Cheney was admitted to the bar, joined June 10, 1910 by Prince Albert Hawkins. He was a Trustee of the Robert Z. Hawkins Foundation, and created the idea for the Robert Z. Hawkins Amphitheater in Bartley Ranch Memorial Park.
At his request, no funeral or memorial services will be held.