• Joel Brown

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    Joel Brown is a staff writer at BU Today and Bostonia magazine. He’s written more than 700 stories for the Boston Globe and has also written for the Boston Herald and the Greenfield Recorder. Profile

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There are 9 comments on Associate General Counsel Dennis Hart Retires

  1. Congratulations Dennis on 30 years with the General Counsel’s Office @ Boston University. Thank you for your hard work and all that you have accomplished. Thank you for being a kind, gentle person who always encouraged those around you to do their best. You will be missed!!!!!!

  2. Dennis– What great service you have provided to this University, bravo! Wishing you the great fulfillment on your second journey ahead, all the best!

  3. Thank you for all your sage advice over the last few years, Dennis. I was flattered to be asked to comment for this article and I remain grateful for all your help getting the storybooks into teachers’ and students’ hands. Have a wonderful, long, relaxing retirement.

  4. One of the finest men I have ever met.
    Dennis is interested in everyone and everything!
    Congratulations on a job well done.

    Love, Gerry

  5. An outstanding attorney, and even better man. His contributions to AP 755 were invaluable, and his example as a professional even more so. You will be missed, Dennis.

  6. My compliments to Joel Brown for a well done and accurate piece. Dennis has done well in his life, just as all of his brothers and his sister who are exceptional human beings, excelling in their individual fields and admired and respected by their peers. Our parents were two of the greatest people who ever lived. Our father, a war veteran, was the greatest man I ever met. Our mother was a highly intelligent selfless servant and a pure creative genius who liked everyone. Although they never had very much money, they were always happy and encouraging and made life and growing up both exciting and fun, and we were always challenged to excel at what ever we chose to do, while maintaining the highest ethical principles and being always conscious of the lives and importance of those around us. Dennis is respected and liked because he is a good man, who has had a good successful life of hard work and well deserved rewards. Our father and mother would not be surprised, but would be happy and proud of all he has done, and done so completely, so conscientiously and so well. Good job little brother.

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