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Of Kings, Nobelists, and Terrorism: Heimbold Finds Respite in
Connecticut Countryside After Perilous Time as Ambassador to Sweden

BY EDWARD N. EISEN
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EXPERIENCED HANDS
Charlie Heimbold, L’60
Sam Pryor, L’53

There’s also time now for children and grandchildren and time for Charlie’s other passions: In 2007 he chartered a boat and made a transatlantic passage from the Canary Islands to Antigua, where the Heimbolds have a refuge from the Connecticut winters. There’s time for visits to his friends around the country, hunting sports and yes, for that yearly return to the Heimbolds’ beloved Sweden.

Ed Eisen, a former award-winning writer with The Philadelphia Inquirer and the Philadelphia Bulletin, is a Philadelphia-based freelance writer. You can visit him at www.buzzunlimited.com

 
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