This paper presents an analytic solution of the stresses in a rotating disk of variable thickness. By introducing two parameters, the profile of the disk is assumed to vary exponentially with any power of the radial distance from the center of the disk. In some respects this solution may be considered as a generalization of Malkin’s solution, but it differs essentially from the latter in the method of solution. Here, the stresses are solved through a stress function instead of being solved directly. The required stress function is expressed in terms of confluent hypergeometric functions. Numerical examples are also shown for illustration.