Benjamin Prince – A Man of Rare Integrity and Good Heartedness
He demonstrated an exceptional talent in literary pursuits and created works unrivaled by any other contemporary author, such as his autobiography and Poor Richard’s Almanac.
Tim and Darcy Prince and brothers Caleb and Jordan will miss him greatly, but memorial contributions can still be sent directly to his family through Faith Community Church.
Early Life and Education
He was known for his high degree of integrity and good spirit, always having time for those less fortunate than himself. As a leader and community servant, his contributions as trustee of Wittenberg are widely recognized.
Controversy (1981), his third album, explored sexuality and gender norms while making dance-oriented title track reach No. 3 on R&B charts.
In 1992, Prince and the New Power Generation released Love Symbol Album to great acclaim and it topped charts worldwide with its popular ballad “My Name Is Prince” and carnal ballad “Sexy MF.” At that time he often appeared as a guest on television shows; his unique public persona often generated unfounded rumors regarding mental health or sexuality issues.
Ben Prince has made it his mission to help many families get justice they are due. As an advocate, he fights hard to ensure people in power don’t take advantage of hardworking individuals. Ben believes practicing law involves more than simply verdicts and settlements; with his team at CHASENBOSCOLO they work towards true change.
Benjamin also enjoys an accomplished music career. Recently he appeared on Erykah Badu’s song “Hello” and on Frank Ocean’s track off of his album Blonde.
LeBaron Bradford Prince, the pioneering figure whose papers form the core of the Prince Collection, was active in horticulture, civic affairs and politics in New Mexico as well as nationwide. Later he turned his focus towards writing; publishing several books such as A Short Treatise on Horticulture.
Achievement and Honors
Air Force Research Laboratory Space Vehicles Directorate in Kirtland will recognize 13 scientists and engineers as Air Force Research Laboratory Fellows or Science and Engineering Early Career Award recipients for their distinguished contributions in fundamental high-energy physics, next-generation spacecraft propulsion technologies and atmospheric sensing technologies, among other areas relevant to the Air Force.
Benjamin Prince was described by his father as being an intelligent, thoughtful boy who often asked insightful questions. Ben loved reading – especially the Bible – spending hours devouring its pages while at Culvers. Ben enjoyed making others laugh with his jokes, according to his pastor.
He was a member of Faith Community Church in York and hundreds attended his funeral on July 11. Additionally, they will establish a foundation in his honor.
Benjamin Prince was an all-around talent with many varied skills who was known for his fierce loyalty and service to both community and university he held dear. Due to this devotion, alumni from both institutions united around him to form The Benjamin Prince Society in his honor.
Prince was an adoring and passionate family man; he always sought ways to spend time with his children and grandchildren.
Musically, Prince would continue releasing albums that explored sexuality and fantasy themes, with performances that focused on engaging his fans live on stage. In 2015, he made an unforgettable political statement when he performed “Baltimore” to commemorate Freddie Gray’s passing at Paisley Park with backup band 3RDEYEGIRL singing as backup.
He is well-known for his work in film, television and voice over work. He has written, directed and produced several feature-length movies as well as acting in several animated projects for which he earned numerous awards and nominations.
Though Natalie Portman and Benjamin Millepied haven’t addressed reports of an affair directly, it appears they’re working on improving their marriage. Together they share two children; Aleph is their first born.
This couple has amassed an estimated net worth of more than $100 million and are generous donors to Wittenberg University. Their donations are being honored with membership in The Benjamin Prince Society which recognizes individuals and families whose support of Wittenberg’s academic excellence has been an exceptional demonstration of commitment.