He came to Princeton from Deerfield, where he played tennis, soccer, and basketball. At Princeton, Hank majored in psychology; joined Key and Seal; was a member of the Yacht, Outing, and Westchester clubs; and was in the Navy ROTC. His senior roommate was Bob Phillips.
After graduation and Navy service, he got an MBA from New York University and entered the world of marketing, sales, and advertising in the toiletries, drug, food, and soap categories. Hank worked for several companies until he established his own company, Calam & Associates, where he marketed products for others as well as many of his original ideas. Outside of work, he was an avid golfer, and being present for his children and grandchildren was of paramount importance to him. He never missed a football or soccer game, tennis match, or swimming competition that not only his children, but also his grandchildren participated in.
Hank married Ann Margaret Brennen, and they lived in North Tarrytown for more than 50 years. She predeceased him in March 2023. He is survived by children Elisabeth, Henry, and Whitney ’96, and six grandchildren. The class extends its deepest sympathy to them all.