Terry L. Bartolet graduated from Easton High School in 1959. He was the varsity starting quarterback for the football team for three years, and captain in his senior year. The team was undefeated in their 1958 season. He played varsity basketball at Easton High School for three years, and was captain his senior year. His single game scoring record was 48 points in the 1958-59 season. He was in the All-East Penn League. Terry also played four years of varsity baseball for Easton High School in the position of shortstop. He started every game for four years, and was named team captain in 1959. They were district champs in the 1958 and 1959 seasons. Terry graduated from Harvard College in 1964. While at Harvard, he played on the football and baseball teams. He was the starting varsity quarterback for two years, and starting second baseman for two years, and was named captain in his senior year. He was in the All-Eastern League for two years, and the Greater City Boston League for two years. Terry has been inducted into the Blue Mountain Baseball Hall of Fame, and won the Blue Mountain Baseball batting championship in 1960. Terry is an orthopaedic surgeon at Easton Hospital, and has had an orthopaedic practice at 2111 Washington Blvd., Easton, since June of 1976. His hospital affiliations include Easton Hospital, and Hahenamann Hospital, where he is the Clinical Assistant Professor. He is also the team physician for Easton Area High School. He is married to Virginia Napoli Bartolet and has two sons, Daniel and Terry Alan, and one daughter, Lora Levin.