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This gentlemen is Greg Tucker. Greg started on Boxwell staff in 1960 and continued on for several more as a member of Parnell Waterfront. Greg worked with Jimmy Joe Jackson and was there when Parnell became the first camp to integrate. Greg went on to law school, but came back to Middle Tennessee. He never worked camp staff again, but he has been involved on Council Committees as well as National Committees for decades. He has never lost his love of aquatics, even teaching at several camp schools.
We discussed this story and many others when I interviewed Greg on June 14, 2017. Greg has himself been interested in the history of Boxwell, so we had a great deal to discuss.
As a result, our conversation ran a solid three hours; I need those three hours transcribed.
Greg’s interview again shows the power of those baby boomers and their impact on camp. However, it also displays the deep bonds that are built on the camp staff as the young men that Greg met and worked with in the early 1960s are still people he gets together with today.
Please, help me reach my goal. Contribute to the Boxwell Interview Transcription Project: https://www.gofundme.com/boxwell-history-transcription-project to get this interview transcribed so I can produce a history of Camp Boxwell for its centennial in 2021.