Former Brown Hockey Coach Herb Hammond Passes Away

Former Brown ice hockey coach Herb Hammond passed away on July 23 at his home in Fort Gratiot, MI, after battling cancer. 

Herb was known to many as a highly respected college coach, NHL pro scout and teacher/mentor.  He was perhaps even better known as one of the most well liked people in hockey. He was the head ice hockey coach at Brown from 1983-1988, and then worked in the Brown athletic department for two years.

Herb always wore a smile and was a genuine person who kept in touch with many of his players from Brown (1982 – 88), Plattsburgh (1980 – 1983), Oswego (1968 - 80) and the NHL (17 years beginning in 1989). 
Attached is a link to Coach Hammond’s obituary where you can send an on-line condolence or find details for the funeral or memorial contributions. The website has a nice picture of Coach with his trademark smile and lists his many accomplishments.  He will definitely be missed, and our prayers are with his wife Pat and the rest of their family.