In Memory

David Kay

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09/20/12 03:22 PM #1    

Alan Duke

Submitted by Dale Alberstone Edit | Delete
David Kay was pure genius. My most vivid memory of him was our weekend get togethers when playing the board game "Risk" with Michael Harrison, Scott Kingston and Michael Barclay (all class of 1969).
Submitted by Paul Diamond Edit | Delete
David was a funny guy and a smart guy, a guy who never seemed to feel properly seated in the room we all had to sit in. Cruel little bastards that we were (I put myself in the front row) we didn't help.
Submitted by Albert Rosenblatt Edit | Delete
David left his mother and friends on May 5, 1970. Some may remember him for the ways he distinguished himself, he was an accomplished pianist, and a gifted student. He was the author of numerous plays, among them, his master piece, "Le Rousseau Pensant". As a driver, he easily mastered the 5-speed shift on his new Fiat 124 in a mere 3 months. Well, maybe not mastered, but still pretty good. He loved a good meal, who else would insist on La Tour D'Argent in Paris when you're 16 years old?

I miss him.
Submitted by Laurel Gilbert Phillips Edit | Delete
I agree with Paul. David would shyly regard us in those AP classes and we could have been kinder.


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