Faculty Notes

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June 14 @ BPC: Summer Bass Bash: Victor Wooten, Steve Bailey, J.D. Blair & Derico Watson

Victor Wooten and Steve Bailey are joined by acclaimed drummers J.D. Blair and Derico Watson for an evening of funk and jazz. They will feature some of the music from their award-winning duo, Bass Extremes, as well as selections from their respective solo CDs. The evening will feature some very special guests.

Raymond W. Dunbrack

Raymond W. Dunbrack ’86 of Everett, MA, died unexpectedly in January 2006. He was 42. Dunbrack was the son of Raymond and Judith Dunbrack; and the father of Andrea and Meaghan.

David Minton Ward

David Minton Ward ’80 of Marblehead, MA, died on January 28 after a long battle with cancer. He was 58. Ward was a pianist at Berklee and had a lifelong career in software design, working for a number of blue-chip companies. He is survived by his life companion, Elizabeth Haynie; son Nathaniel; and father, Thomas.

Wayne Barry Turgeon

Wayne Barry Turgeon ’70 of Hudson, NH, died on January 18 after a battle with multiple sclerosis. He was 67. As a woodwind player in the United States Air Force Band, Turgeon performed for such dignitaries as president Lyndon B. Johnson and Queen Elizabeth II. He was also an electrical engineer for 30 years. He is survived by his wife, Ginger; and children Chris, Alex, Gini, and Krysi, and several grandchildren.

Audrey Dulany Rockefeller

Audrey Dulany Rockefeller (formerly Ryan Dammeier) ’03 died on February 18. She was 33. Rockefeller was a singer/songwriter, graphic designer, photographer, jewelry designer, and store owner.

Tyler Weatherston Otto

Tyler Weatherston Otto ’11 of Guilford, CT, passed away suddenly on January 24. He was 28. In addition to being an accomplished musician, Otto was a carpenter’s apprentice and an avid sailor and hiker. He is survived by his parents Darlene and John; and his brother Jonathan.

John J. Lettieri

John J. Lettieri ’70 of Jupiter, FL, died unexpectedly on March 10. He was 66. Lettieri served in the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War, and he was an accomplished organist who performed at a variety of area clubs.

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