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There are 11 comments on Peter Fiedler Ends Quarter-Century BU Career

  1. Congratulations Peter!!!! Enjoy your retirement! Whatever happened to your father’s Volkswagen that use to be parked outside the stage door entrance of Symphony Hall on St. Stephen Street whose license plate said “POPS?”

    Donald (Music Library Coordinator/Mugar)

    1. Thanks, Donald! The VW is actually still floating around the North Shore…recently saw it for sale on Craig’s List! The “POPS” license plate is on my wife’s car. Would be tough to let that go!

  2. Peter, thank you for your dedication, patience and unfailing good humor. It was great to work with you over the years. I remember well your exemplary service to WBUR! You guided the station through challenging times and you were absolutely instrumental to the station’s transition to a new era of success. Be well, Peter, and enjoy your retirement.


    1. Dennis,

      You too deserve a “tip of the hat” for WBUR’s success. Your legal guidance, patience and perseverance was such an important aspect to WBUR turning the corner in 2004-2005. I am forever grateful for your help during that challenging time. You are a good friend, a skilled legal craftsman and an example of how dedication is defined.

      I hope you’re enjoying your retirement. I’m not ready to put the rocker out on the front porch just yet. You know I love a new challenge!

      Thank you, Dennis.


  3. DELIGHTED to hear you salvage that license plate! Otherwise the apparition of your late father would be chasing after you all over the city. LOL!

  4. Peter, I have just learned from my son-in-law, Oshin Gregorian that you are soon to retire. I wish you the very best, and have fond memories of our meetings together before my retirement from the Student Mental Health Center. Your devotion to BU will be a lasting legacy.

    Paul D. Lipsitt, Law ’52, a Faculty, Law-Medicine Institute

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