Made his fortune through the Segal Company, an international consulting business, was perhaps best known as the elder statesman of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, where he served in several leadership roles, contributed his own funds and generated substantial gifts to the organization. Mr. Segal was chairman of Lincoln Center from 1981 to 1986. Mr. Segal was also the founding president and chief executive of the Film Society of Lincoln Center from 1968 to 1978. 1939 he had founded the Segal Company, which continues to provide international consultants and actuaries for employee benefit plans. Besides his son, Paul, an architect, he is survived by a daughter, Susan Segal Rai, a lawyer; a brother, Hylan; a sister, Esther Maidenbaum; four grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren. His wife died in 2011.