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George Wunderlich retiring August 1

George Wunderlich, Executive Director of the National Museum of Civil War Medicine, based in Frederick, Md., announced to the board his plans to resign, effective August 1, 2015.

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“George has been a strong leader for this organization during his 15-year tenure,” said Betsy Estilow, president of the board. “The museum has greatly increased its national exposure and educational capacity under his leadership.”


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