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Dixon Evander, insurance executive who worked in medical malpractice field, dies

Dixon Evander, insurance executive who worked in medical malpractice field, dies

Bernard Dixon Evander, a retired medical malpractice insurance executive, died Tuesday of myelodysplastic syndrome, a form of blood cancer, at his Hunt Valley home. He was 87. Born in Baltimore and raised in Mount Washington and Guilford, he was the son of Eric Bernard Evander, a Swedish-born architect, and Elizabeth Mae Dixon, a pianist and floral designer. He attended St. Paul's School and graduated from Valley Forge Military Academy in Wayne, Pa. He took science and pre-medical courses at the Johns Hopkins University. During the Korean War he served in the Army Medical Corps in Japan. After his military service Mr. Evander entered the insurance field and trained at the St....

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