Anton Vishio came to Gilman in 1965 as a Latin and Greek teacher. In addition to serving as chair of the Classics Department, Vishio coached football and basketball, ran Gilman’s Community Service Program, and served as Third Form (Ninth Grade) chair. Excerpts from his 2012 oral history interview with Mac Barrett '67 can be found below.
Vishio discusses his decision to come to Gilman (read the transcript).
Vishio discusses running Gilman's Community Service Program (read the transcript).
Vishio discusses the origins of Latin Day and the Chariot Races (read the transcript).
Vishio discusses remembrance and legacy (read the transcript).