Holbrook Teter was a renowned humanitarian who championed the victims of poverty, torture and political oppression for more than 40 years in the Bay Area as a social worker and community activist. He often opened his Healdsburg home to refugees and the homeless and sponsored retreats and seminars there for humanitarian groups. In his spare time, he played the piano, clarinet and accordion.
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