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Paul P. Brountas ’54, P’91, H’97

In a message to the Bowdoin community, President Clayton Rose shares news of the death of Trustee Emeritus Paul P. Brountas ’54, P’91, H’97. Brountas died December 26, 2017, at his home in  Weston, Massachusetts.

“The Bowdoin community owes much to Paul for his extraordinary leadership and the breadth and depth of his contributions to the College, public service, and the practice of law over the course of his remarkable life,” writes President Rose.

3 thoughts on “Remembering Trustee Emeritus Paul P. Brountas ’54, P’91, H’97 (1932-2017)

  1. Jean A. Brountas

    Paul Peter Brountas treasured his Bowdoin experience. Paul desired subsequent generations of students to enjoy the same benefits that were afforded to him by the College. Beyond his family, his life and good works benefited colleagues, clients, and the Bowdoin community. His bright light will remain eternal.

  2. Bob Armstrong, '71

    Paul Brountas was a remarkable individual. I was fortunate to have worked with him when he was general counsel to National Medical Care in the 1980’s and 1990’s. His vision and guidance helped the company through some tough times. He always had a special place in his heart for Bowdoin.

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