Anne Rindlaub Dow

Harvard Magazine- Mar./April

ANNE RINDLAUB DOW '60cl, A.M. '66, of Cambridge, died October 31. She directed Harvard's programs in English as a Second Language for two decades. She also worked as a consultant, developing and helping to produce multimedia English-language programs that have been used in schools in Japan and China for more than 25 years. She held a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Massachusetts arm of TESOL (Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages). A lifelong music lover, she sang with the Cantata Singers, Chorus Pro Musica, the North Cambridge Family Opera, and the Cambridge Community Chorus. She was an avid kayaker and scuba diver and an indefatigable traveler. She leaves her partner, Karen Price, a son, Christopher '81, and a brother, John Rindlaub.