Trustee, Finance Committee Chairman
They used to say “She was a Campbell”. My father told me she once stopped him in his mother’s living room as he sang the tune “Bonnie Dundee”. She reprimanded him sharply, and told him never to sing that tune again! Interesting, her brother-in-law, Charles, served in the Greys in South Africa and France. The first time I was in Inveraray my Great Uncle Bill took me to the old Argyle Arms for a traditional….
Today I live with my wife Kathy in Melrose, New York. Our daughter, Mary Campbell Alexandra Higle, is a senior frosher at Trinity College, Dublin. I have been a member of the Board of Managers of the St. Andrew’s Society of Albany (est. 1803) for 10 years, including four as chair. I am also a trustee of the Hoosac School, where the Boar’s Head and Yule Log celebration were first introduced to America. For two years I have had the pleasure of working with CCS(NA) President Robert St. John and our Society as Finance Chair; I help my friend Bill Burke as Business manager of CCS(NA) Region 2.