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On July 20, 1987, Mr. James Hay passed away, and Bowsher lost one of its fmest adininistrators and best
friends. From coach to teacher to principal, he exemplified the excellence that Bowsher has always upheld.
A native Toledoan and Woodard High School graduate, Mr. Hay became part of Bowsher's original staff in
l962. He was chairman of the orientation department of the Rebels first head basketball coach. ln his years at
Bowsher he served as a teacher, principal of Bowsher Junior High School, counselor, assistant principal of
curriculum and then principal of the school he loved in 1982.
His administration was marked by strength, dedication, and accomplishment.
Mr. Ray vnll always be remembered for his wide smile and for his kind words. He had an uncanny ability to
remember the names of all students who had attended Bowsher. He was able to reach out to the student body
on an individual basis. He made us feel important. Mr. Hay's belief in the staff and students inspired all to reach
for the excellence that he stressed.
For those of us lucky enough to known Jim Hay, and to have been one of the many lives he touched, the
memories will last a lifetiine.
Precious moments last forever.