Class Notes

Spike Hamilton ’55

October 3, 2012

When I reached him, Spike was “down cellar in his workshop making railings keeping busy while winter comes”. It’s early October, the leaves are turning and it’s delightful living in his self-built house amidst 10 acres of woods in E. Dummerston, VT. He’s now a widower having lost his wife, Susan, four years ago. His neighbors (especially the single ones) are taking good care of him nowadays. Moose and Meg Morton have a home a few miles away and they “share the same phone book”. Spike and Moose regularly attend annual lacrosse weekends at Dartmouth College.
Submitted by Tom L’Esperance Class of 1955