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Sad News about MA GRP member John White Hallowell III

from SeacoastOnline.com.

John “Jack” White Hallowell III died Monday, Nov. 16, 2009.

He was born April 1, 1936, in Cambridge, Mass. He attended the Dublin School in Dublin, and went on to receive his bachelor’s degree from Harvard University.

Mr. Hallowell worked as an equity actor in New York, Boston, Philadelphia and Portsmouth. He earned an MFA from Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas, and interned with the Dallas Theatre Center.

His interest in small-scale, locally produced stage productions led him to form the Liberty Stage Company on the New Hampshire Seacoast in the mid-1970s.

Mr. Hallowell was passionate about preserving natural resources and promoting human equality. He was a parishioner and choir member of St. Thomas Episcopal Church in Dover.

He is survived by his sisters, Bay and Julie Hallowell; his children, Rhys, Corin, Mimi and Asher; and his grandchildren, Katharina, Alma, Seren, Ian and Brewyn.

WE REMEMBER: Jack departed on Nov. 16, during a meteor shower.

Jack was a critical member of the Clamshell Alliance and vehement opponent of the Seabrook nuclear power plant. He was a member of the Green Party and served locally as a volunteer with several community outreach groups.

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