Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Gabby and Gabe: The High School Years

Posted By on Wed, Jan 26, 2011 at 9:25 AM

Amita Gupta e-mailed me to share an article written for The Perspective, University High School's student-operated newspaper, on the high school years of Gabrielle Giffords and the late Gabe Zimmerman.

Gabe Zimmerman, as described by Dr. Hosmer, was “very gregarious, very funny, very witty.” Mr. Karlowicz also says that Zimmerman was a “kid with an interesting sense of humor. Whenever there was a zinger to be zung, he did.” Additionally, Dr. Hosmer notes Zimmerman’s popularity and charming personality. Voted as Most Likely to Hibernate through the Winter, he also played for the varsity soccer team. According to senior Leonard Knittel, the team plans to dedicate the rest of the soccer season to Zimmerman.

Read the article here.

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