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"I worked on the theater under the famous impressario Philip Earl "Super" Schwartz. In 1959, in a rare error of Mouldey's judgement, he named me baseball coach. It worked out anyway."
Following Hyde Bay (and Gilman), Stan Heuisler was a nuclear warhead specialist in the US Army and then graduated from the Wharton School of University of Pennsylvania. (Makes sense, eight inch regatta kind of stuff.)
From 1971-1976, Stan and his wife Betsey circumnavigated the globe, living, working, or visiting in 36 countries. They worked in Rabat, Morocco under a grant from the U.S. Information Agency. He worked in Kabul, Afghanistan from 1972-1975 as a Fulbright Professor and under a grant from the Asia Foundation.
He was editor and general manager of BALTIMORE Magazine from 1976-1992; which won the National Magazine Award (the Pulitzer of the magazine business) for News Reporting in 1988.
He was founding board chairman, and then full-time CEO, of the Columbus Marine Biotechnology Center project in Baltimore. For nine years he led the effort to create, design and build 240,000-square-foot facility, and raise $160 million in grants, loans and contributions from city, state, federal, foundation, banking, corporate, and private donors. It is located on Piers 5 and 6 of the Inner Harbor.
He then worked in various ventures, such as a Virginia company using satellites to track wildlife for conservation purposes; and helping plan, fund and build a new twelve-acre campus for acupuncture, holistic health, herbal medicine, and complementary medicine near Columbia, Maryland. Mr. Heuisler also works with Afghans For Civil Society, a non-profit based in Baltimore, to create and fund recovery projects with particular targeting to women’s rights, independent media, and economic advancement in Southern Afghanistan.
The Heuislers have a daughter, Kate, 32, who lives in Kampala, Uganda with her daughter and American husband who runs a regional public health project. Their son, 30, is an artist and horticulturalist who lives in Baltimore. The Heuislers split their time between Baltimore and a second home in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware.