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Dr. William B. Hurley Math Department
Winthrop Middle/High School

Dr. William B. Hurley
 




 

- Winthrop Transcript, September 18, 2014
"William B Hurley was born in Winthrop Community Hospital on November 29, 1939 to Patrick and Dorothy Hurley. He was a lifelong educator who taught for 30 years at Winthrop High School, retiring as the Mathematics Department Head in 2000 to become the Dean of Professional Studies at Endicott College.
    He earned his Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and Masters in Education from Northeastern University, MBA from Anna Maria College and Doctorate in Education from Johnson and Wales University. Upon retirement from Endicott, Bill founded Commonwealth Clinical Services Home Health Care Agency in 2005 and served as President and CEO. Dr. Hurley was also an Adjunct Professor at North Shore and Cambridge Colleges and continued to teach until his passing. Professor Hurley would inspire and guide his students with a rigorous intellect matched only by the warmth of his character.
    Bill served for 40 years in the Army and Massachusetts National Guard, retiring as a Brigadier General (MA). Over his distinguished military career, he served in a number of positions including 101st Engineer Company Commander, 26th (Yankee) Infantry Division Deputy G4, Command and General Staff College Instructor, 1022nd Civil Affairs Brigade Commander and Deputy Chief of the US Army Corp of Engineers Emergency Operations Center at the Pentagon.
    General Hurley’s affiliations include being past President of the First Corp of Cadets, member of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company and member of the Sons of Italy Renaissance Chapter"

Memorial location: Winthrop Middle/High School

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