ROBERT A. TUCKER, a retired senior financial officer with Beneficial Financial Management who also bred harness racehorses, died Oct. 23, 2016. He was 90. A member of Sigma Chi, he received a master’s degree in finance and economics from Brown University. During World War II he was a Naval air cadet in the Navy V-5 program. He started his professional career at Bankers Trust in New York, as a security analyst in the investment research division. In 1954 he joined Beneficial Management Corporation, and in 1969 became chief financial officer and first vice president, and a member of the executive committee. He retired in 1985 after 31 years of service. He was also a trustee of numerous charitable and educational organizations. In 1965 he started Stonegate Standardbred Farm, a prominent breeding and boarding facility of harness racing horses. A number of his horses have been recognized nationally. His wife, Lauren Bergheim Tucker, survives, as do six children, 14 grandchildren, four great-grandsons, and his sister. One son and one granddaughter predeceased him.