Ken Gottry
Class of 1968


39 East Main (same as 40 years ago!)                    E-MAIL KEN

Marital Status Married
Spouse:  Cindy Moses Gottry
Children: Sarah and Kate
College/Schools  Hamilton College 1972
Occupation: Computer consultant
Past Residences: Tully, NY (15 miles south of Syracuse) from 1972-2002
Renovated my old family red-brick house at 39 Main Street in 2002.
Past Jobs Taught high school and coached at Tully, NY. Computer programmer, systems architect, and director of technology at Mutual of New York Insurance Company in Syracuse. Computer consultant for CSC, traveling around the world designing and fixing systems for companies like AmeriTrade, Nokia, eBay, USPS.
Other Activities  

Favorite Teacher(s):

Tillie Hudson
Memories: Doubleheader baseball game on hot sunny day of our Jr Prom. All the guys on the prom court were really sun burnt. Spending gym class for an entire year picking up stones on the new athletic field. The Jr Play cast. Going to Patrician Hall for 5th grade while they built the new addition to CCS. Bernie Stinner's extra-wide ties. Tillie Hudson's style (local version of Kate Hepburn). Walking to school in 20-below weather (no, it wasn't uphill both ways). DeMolay Dances at the Masonic Lodge over Higgins Hardware Store. Mr. Herbert, Mr Crowe, Mr Leyden, Mr Bailey, Mr Montgomery, "Tillie" Hudson, Ethel "Hawk-Eye" Sharon. Nice people, great little town.


Editor's Note:  Please visit Ken's site Cambridge Historical Society .  There are some wonderful pictures of Cambridge under the section "Walking Tour of Cambridge"

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