MD Class of 1980
Mark M. Nunlist ’80 MD is a board member of Vermont Information Technology Leaders and continues his interest in population healthcare. This past summer he completed construction of and launched his Pocketship Puffin boat.
Michael J. Bookbinder ’80 MD, of New Canaan, Conn.; Dec. 27. He was a pathologist for many years in both Connecticut and New York. He was an avid reader and he enjoyed music, folk dancing and solving puzzles. He is survived by his wife, Julie Dwyer Bookbinder ’80; two daughters; and two nephews.
John N. Bergeron ’77, ’80 MD, of Westerly, R.I.; July 30. He was a doctor who cared for the underserved at Wood River Health Services for 37 years. He enjoyed construction and carpentry, renovating the family home and engineering creative solutions that rivaled those of experts. Driven by a commitment to family, he connected with his French-Canadian roots by becoming fluent in French and immersing himself in European culture with frequent travels with friends and family. An avid cyclist, he participated in weekly community rides, walks, and bike tours across the country. He is survived by his wife, Joanne; two sons and daughters-in-law; six grandchildren; 10 siblings and their spouses; and several nieces and nephews.