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Bernard Huntley, WWII veteran served as Lynnfield superintendent

Bernard Allan Huntley sat at the piano with his band at the Old Soldier's Home in Chelsea. He had volunteered to play piano every Tuesday there. A few years ago, he invited other musicians to join, and the SoHo Hums, named in honor of the hospital's nickname, were formed. ''It was like religion, every Tuesday,'' his son Allan of Middleton said. Bernard Allan Huntley sat at the piano with his band at the Old Soldier's Home in Chelsea. He had volunteered to play piano every Tuesday there. A few years ago, he invited other musicians to join, and the SoHo Hums, named in honor of the hospital's nickname, were formed. ''It was like religion, every Tuesday,'' his son Allan of Middleton said.
By J.M. Lawrence
Globe Correspondent / September 1, 2008

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Bernard Allan Huntley of Ipswich survived the Battle of the Bulge, traveled the world with his wife, and spent 15 years as superintendent of Lynnfield schools. (Full article: 731 words)

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