He came to us from St. Louis Country Day School, where he was active in a musical comedy group, called the Troubadours, the glee club, and played on the tennis and basketball teams.
Following his father, Harold ’27, to Princeton, he was active in Orange Key as a Keyceptor, the Outing Club, worked on the Campus Fund Drive and Class Memorial Fund, and played freshman and varsity tennis. He dined at Cottage Club and roomed with Robin Smith, Charles Swift, and Dick Williams.
After graduation, Hut entered Washington University Medical School, graduating in 1966. He then served in the Army as a doctor during the Vietnam War, heading up a burn unit. Following his military service, he moved to Atlanta to begin a distinguished career as a plastic and reconstructive surgeon. He held leadership positions in various organizations for that specialty.
In his spare time, Hut enjoyed tennis, skiing, windsurfing, and biking. Unfortunately, a mountain-biking accident ended his surgical career.
He enjoyed a 57-year marriage to Margaret, with whom he had two sons, Hutson III and Hugh. They survive him, along with four grandchildren. The class extends sympathy to all.