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Geoffrey Dean

(b. 1930)


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Dean, Geoffrey (1930– )

DICKINSON, Hugh Geoffrey (born 1929), Dean of Salisbury, 1986–96, now Emeritus

MARSHALL, Geoffrey Osborne (born 1948), Dean of Brecon and Warden of Readers, 2008–14

ATKINS, Peter Geoffrey (born 1936), Bishop of Waiapu, 1983–90; Dean, Theological College of St John the Evangelist, Auckland, 1991–96

HOWE, Geoffrey Leslie (1924 - 2014), Professor of Oral Surgery and Oral Medicine, 1987–96, and Dean, 1988–96, Jordan University of Science and Technology

WOODS, Alan Geoffrey (born 1942), Clergy Retirement Officer, Sherborne Area, Salisbury Diocese, since 2010; Dean of Gibraltar, 2003–08, now Emeritus; Archdeacon of Gibraltar, 2005–08

THOMSON, Richard Geoffrey (born 1958), Professor of Epidemiology and Public Health, Institute of Health and Society, since 1999, and Associate Dean for Patient and Public Engagement, Faculty of Medical Sciences, Newcastle Medical School, since 2010, University of Newcastle upon Tyne

de MONTMORENCY, James Edward Geoffrey (1866 - 1934), Quain Professor of Comparative Law in the University of London, 1920–32; Dean of the Faculty of Law in the University of London, 1930–32; Barrister-at-law

HAMPTON, (Leslie) Geoffrey (born 1952), Director, Midlands Leadership Centre, since 1999, and KPMG Professor of Education Leadership, since 2005, University of Wolverhampton (Dean of Education, 2000–06; Pro Vice Chancellor, 2006–09; Deputy Vice-Chancellor, 2009–13); Chief Executive, Education Central, since 2013

The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Encyclopedia of Camps and Ghettos, 1933–1945, vol. 2, Ghettos in German-Occupied Eastern Europe, edited by Geoffrey P. Megargee (series editor) and Martin Dean (volume editor) (Bloomington: Indiana University Press in association with the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, 2012), parts A and B, 2,036 pp., 20 maps, 192 b/w illus., $295.00, electronic version available

 

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(1930– ),

born Hobart, has had numerous occupations – sailor, salesman, carpenter, farmer, house-painter and editor – but is now retired. Most of his occupations were transient, allowing him to pursue ...

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