Clement J. Driscoll Jr. ’40 was a one-time FBI special agent who went on to a 30-year legal career with various corporations. He died on March 9, 2011, at the age of 94.
Born in New York City, Driscoll earned his undergraduate degree at St. John’s University in 1937 and, after graduating from the Law School three years later, accepted a job as a special agent in the law department at the FBI. After five years with the agency, Driscoll moved to the meat and consumer-products company Armour & Co. in Chicago, where he served as an attorney.
Driscoll later served as vice president and general counsel at International Packers Ltd. and as vice president and corporate secretary at its successor, Deltec International, before retiring in 1977. After his retirement, Driscoll and his wife, Maria, spent nine years in Sarasota, Fla., where he worked as a part-time consultant in shareholder relations and enjoyed spending considerable time on the tennis court. He and Maria traveled widely in retirement and eventually settled in Boulder, Colo.
Driscoll was a member of the Society of Former Agents of the FBI, the St. Martin de Porres Catholic Church of Boulder, and the Sacred Heart of Mary Catholic Church of Boulder. He is survived by Maria; his sons Clement and David; his daughters Elizabeth Boyle, Anita Feiger, and Jean Driscoll; his brother, Edmond Driscoll; 14 grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.