Hopkins Grammar School
The Class of 1965
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Many boys attended HGS as members of the Class of 1965, but
for one reason or another did not, in the end, graduate with us
on that long ago June morning. Some died young. Should those who
remain read this, we wish them to know that they have not been
forgotten by us.
Any information about those on this list, or about any
oversights, would be most welcome by the webmaster at .
- David Cole is an
attorney in Vermont.
- Greg Cook
is a consultant in Essex, CT. He attended our 35th reunion His photo can
be found on that page.He left our class early on and
moved to California. He also attended our virtual 55th reunion at which
he recounted his recent efforts directed at the creation of fully autonomous
Mayflower research ship. His email address is .
2000, Peter wrote, "I thought I might presume to
offer my entry in the "unforgotten" section.
Obviously being unprepared to accept the possibility that
I might belong in the "forgotten" section. I am
in Atlanta with my wife Sandy and nine year old twin
girls. I am a General Contractor, specializing in
renovation of inner city buildings. Atlanta is the place
to be for this work today. So many faces on the website
bring back fond memories, but I particularly miss Mark
Akin. Pete Gordon Home email: ."
In April, 2006, Peter wrote, "I am still a building contractor in Atlanta,
no longer married, still the father of 15 year old twin girls. I remember my
friends at Hopkins fondly, and if any of my teachers yet live, they should
know that they had more success than my grades ever indicated. I have not
let their efforts go to waste." He emailed us using .
- Bobby Kubach (Robert
G Kubach, Esq., 110 West 15th Street, #1, New York, NY
10011, Office: 212-989-9330)
- William Knight
has gone on to a successful career in film (e.g.
"Ghostbusters") and in the theater using the
name William Atherton.
- Sandy Kurtz:
Sandy moved to New Jersey after our sophomore year. He
has, however, kept faithfully in touch with the school.
On December 24, 1997 found us and wrote the following
(which also appeared in the Spring, 1998 Views from
"Well I am still at Lahey Clinic as Chair of the
Department of Laboratory Medicine. I am also the medical
operating officer for the group practice.
"I have been married 27 years and to the same woman.
I have two boys, 22 and 24. One is in Oregon, an organic
farmer/food broker big time. The other is in China,
fluent in Mandarin working and may stay a while.
"I hope the holiday season is being kind to you... I
still think Hopkins was my finest exposure to
Sandy's email address is
In February 2004, we heard again from Sandy:
"Happy new year!!!
I expect this note finds you well and busy .
I actually went to the website.... I have an update. I have been the Chief Operating Officer at Lahey for the past 4 years and Vice Chair of the Board of Governors. I recently finished as Chair of the board of the American Medical Group Association.
My son Ben is a landscape Architect, living in Naples Fl. He is married with a beautiful 2 year old daughter.
My son David has been in China for the past 7 years and now lives in Hong Kong and works for Gartner. He is married to a wonderful woman form Shanghai.
Merry and I live in Swampscott Ma and would be happy to have a visit from my former class mates."
graduated with the class of '66. After a successful career in the National Football League
with the Philadelphia Eagles, has become a trader in
municipal bonds for Prudential Securities in Seattle,
Washington. Bill checked in on
December 21, 1997 to update his information and to leave
us an email address, but as of December 2006, we don't have one that
works. The last address we have is P.O. Box 10712, Bainbridge, WA 98110-0712, 206-842-1748.
The picture to the right was published in News and Views (Winter
2006/2007). It was taken at the 40th reunion of the class of '66, which Bill
attended. He's in the front row, second from the right. (Click the photo for
a larger image.) Bill and his wife, Kathleen Gallagher, attended our 50th
- Mark Akin has passed away.
- Tommy Burger died during high school in a car crash.
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