Jeffrey P. Buccacio, Jr. '90 After a decade in the film industry as a freelance special effects designer, Jeff now works in the large scale monument industry where he creates public and private commission work as well as architectural sculptures. He does maintenance and restoration work on aging statues. Jeff created the new Natick Red Hawk bas relief sculpture that hangs proudly at the school entrance.
Robert E Burke, PE, LEED AP ’80: Engineer and Managing Principal in the 115 year old Architecture and Engineering Firm of Page Southerland Page. His leadership in integrating creative engineering solutions with architecture has contributed to the firm’s success on award winning projects on a local, national and international basis. He has helped Page Southerland Page have a profound impact on the development of the fast growing City of Austin and its skyline.
Anjali Forber-Pratt ’02, PhD: An elite wheelchair racer, and Paralympic ambassador devoted to educating about disability and sport around the world. Dr. Forber-Pratt is now an Assistant Research Professor at the University of Kansas working at the Beach Center on Disability. She was the 2011 World Champion in the 200m and holds two bronze medals from the Paralympic Games in Beijing, China.
Stephen Hooley ’81: President and Chief Executive Officer of DST Systems Inc. DST was established to develop an automated recordkeeping system for the mutual fund industry. Today it is the largest provider of third-party shareholder recordkeeping services in the financial services marketplace.
John F. Metcalfe ’56: Founder, retired former Owner, President & CEO of Associated Luxury Hotels Int., (ALHI) a sales and marketing company with a portfolio of over 150 luxury hotels & resorts worldwide serving the meeting & convention industry. John served on numerous hospitality and convention industry associations. He was Vice President of the board of the Hotel Sales & Marketing Association International.
Bob Sinclair ’66: Master Sergeant Retired, United States Army; recipient of numerous medals and commendations, including 2 Purple Hearts, Bronze Star, Army Commendation and Achievement Medals with Oak Leaf Cluster, and Vietnam Service Medal. In his post army career, Bob served 21 years as National Service Officer for Disabled Veterans, representing thousands. For 11 consecutive years he was the National Leader for membership of Disabled Veterans.
The inductees will be honored at the NHS Wall of Achievement dinner and ceremony at the high school at 6 p.m. on Nov. 26. The public is invited to attend. For information on attending the dinner, click here.