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David Duane Vandenberg

David Duane Vandenberg, American acupuncturist. License acupuncturist, Washington. Fulbright Commission grantee, 1983; fellow Edward Albee Foundation, 1993, Ragsdale Foundation, 1993. Member National Certifying Commission (diplomate), Holland Society New York, District of Columbia Acupuncture Society (founder, president since 2002).

Background

  • Vandenberg, David Duane was born in May 1959 in Knob Noster, Missouri, United States. Son of Duane Evert Vandenberg and Peggy Joyce Ward.

  • Education

    • Bachelor, University Texas, 1983. Doctor of Philosophy, University North Carolina, 1994. Master of Acupuncture, Traditional Acupuncture Institute, 1998.

    Career

    • Screenwriter British Broadcasting Corporation, Glasgow, Scotland, 1993-1994. Assistant professor Emory and Henry College, Virginia, 1994-1995. Acupuncturist in private practice Washington, since 1996.

      Acupuncturist Carl Vogel Foundation, Washington, since 2002.

    Major achievements

    • License acupuncturist, Washington.

    Works

    • Author (screenplay) Trees Off Cape Kanin Nos, 1994, (short story) The Man Who Knew., 1994. Translation (short story) The Star of Unhappiness, 1992.

    Membership

    Member National Certifying Commission (diplomate), Holland Society New York, District of Columbia Acupuncture Society (founder, president since 2002).

    Connections

    • Married Victoria Dessoff, May 10, 1990 (divorced March 1994). Married Janet Rounds, July 7, 1997. 1 child, Emelie Adeline.
    • father: Duane Evert Vandenberg
    • mother: Peggy Joyce Ward
    • spouses: Victoria Dessoff
    • Janet Rounds
    • child: Emelie Adeline Vandenberg
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    Born March, 1959
    (age 58)
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