Class Notes

David Palmer (f')
David Palmer (F'67) is moving from Brussels, Belgium to Nice, France, on January 1st. After five years in Brussels working as an English teacher/writer and consultant on film projects for Human Rights Watch, he's relocating to the Côte d'Azur, where he'll be working on film projects and as a creative consultant.  
Submitted on Oct 21 2012

E. Brian Doberstyn (c')
Brian Doberstyn (C'63) writes, "After 20 years as a medical officer in the Army (I was drafted in 1971) I overlapped for 12 years with the World Health Organization as a tropical diseases specialist and regional director of communicable diseases. I retired in Chiang Mai in northern Thailand. My sister and I have established a non-profit aimed at improving access to education for underprivileged children and young people here and in the Thailand-Burma border area. We focus on the so-called 'hill tribes' living in remote isolated areas, and on children with intellectual disabilities and learning disorders. (My sister, who graduated from Dunbarton) was the owner and director of the Montessori School of Washington for 27 years). We also provide university scholarships for underprivileged young people -- currently 18 of them." More info can be found on  
Submitted on Jul 6 2012

Jeffry Dwyer (f')
Jeffry Dwyer (F'67) recently produced four CD's that feature him on vocals. Jeff had not sung since his time at Georgetown where he sang at weddings and other social events.  
Submitted on Jun 19 2012

Philip Miller (i')
Philip Miller (I'67) regrets to inform us of the passing of Charles O. Smith Languages & Linguistics (Undergrad) 1966 on January 3, 2012 in Baltimore, MD.. A full obituary from the Baltimore Sun, published on January 12, 2012, can be found online at  
Submitted on May 4 2012

William Laufer (c')
William Laufer (C'67) writes, "Bill Laufer C'67 is the executive and artistic director of the Ohio Philharmonic Orchestra. The Ohio Philharmonic is a professional orchestra and a 501-C-3."  Click here for photo
Submitted on Apr 2 2012

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