Peter Kimball ’63 was known for his fighting spirit, his resilience, mischievous with his family, and grit, serving in the army for two years, and then serving in the reserves for over 10 years. Peter had a prominent banking career and retired at the age of 60 in 1995. In his free time, he enjoyed gardening, running, ice cream sundaes, and the occasional Moscow Mule, Bloody Mary, or an ice cold beer. He was an avid traveler, having traveled throughout the US, Europe, and South America with his wife, Anne, and a number of their friends and family. Peter died June 2, 2022. His family, including son Patrick Kimball ’84, survive him.