PETER CAMP, 71, an educator and coach who had a long affiliation with the Upward Bound program, died Aug. 2, 2004. He was a member of Eclectic and the brother of John C. Camp ’42. He was a teacher of English, a baseball coach, a cross-country ski coach and the director of the the Upward Bound program at the Groton School, where he spent 27 years. He also served as assistant headmaster for ten years. He is survived by his wife of 50 years, Patricia Lappin Camp, two sons, and two daughters.


WILLIAM R. BAILEY, a retired labor economist with the U.S. Labor Department and the co–author of the Employment Cost Index, which is used by the Federal Reserve to set monetary policy, died June 14, 2008. He was 76. A member of Eclectic, he received his degree with high distinction in economics. After serving in the U.S. Army, he received master’s and doctoral degrees from George Washington University. Among those who survive are his wife, Mary Halpin Bailey, one son, and three granddaughters.