Bruce H. Hunt ’54, of Marshfield, Mass., formerly of Skiathos, Greece; Oct. 9. After graduating, he served two years in the U.S. Navy, then took a position as a social studies teacher at Northport High School on Long Island, N.Y., beginning a 38-year career as an educator. During his tenure he helped design and implement unique classes and novel teaching methods. During the 1960s he was an active civil rights leader, head of the Fair Housing Association of Huntington, N.Y., and chair of the Huntington Human Relations Committee. He went to Alabama to march with Dr. Martin Luther King from Selma to Montgomery. In 1970 he took his family to Greece, where he taught at the American Community Schools for six years. After retiring from Northport High School, he took positions at the American Embassy School in Damascus, Syria, and lived there for five years. In 1998 he permanently retired and moved to Skiathos, living there for 16 years. In 2014 he moved back to the U.S. and enjoyed time with his family. He is survived by his wife, Marcia Pickering Hunt ’55; a daughter and her husband; two sons and their spouses, including Peter ’84; a son-in-law; seven grandchildren; brother Albert ’50; and many nieces and nephews.