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Robert Cotner

Director of Development

Shriners Hospitals' corporation

HQ Phone:  (813) 281-0300

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Shriners Hospitals' corporation

2900 Rocky Point Drive

Tampa, Florida,33607

United States

Company Description

Across North America, Shriners Hospitals for Children offer some of the best medical care in the world to children who need orthopaedic and burn care, as well as spinal cord injury rehabilitation. Because of the Shrine fraternity's commitment to the "World's G... more.

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Employment History

Executive Director

Salvation Army - Chicago


Affiliations

Caxton Club

Founder


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Arts and entertainment notes - iBerkshires.com - Home

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SHAFTSBURY, Vt. - Robert Cotner of Chicago will be the featured speaker in the Sunday Afternoons with Robert Frost lecture series, presented by the Friends of Robert Frost on Sunday, Oct. 10.Cotner will discuss, "Irony and Imagination in Frost's ‘Two Tramps in Mudtime' and ‘Out, Out.'" Both poems center on the act of sawing wood but in radically different ways.Cotner, who met Frost at the poet's Ripton cabin in 1962, has devoted a lifetime to collecting and studying his works.A successful senior executive in Chicago's nonprofit community, Cotner has served as executive director of The Salvation Army in that city and has just been named director of development for Shriners Children's Hospital, Chicago.He has been a professor of English and philosophy at Montgomery College in Rockville, Md., and was a Senior Fulbright Lecturer in English at the University of Liberia.His academic interests include American material and social culture, natural history (with, like Frost, a particular passion for botany) and American intellectual history.Cotner's talk, which is free and open to all, will begin at 3 p.m. at the red barn at the Stone House Museum, Route 7A in South Shaftsbury.After the program, everyone will be invited back to the museum for refreshments, a chance to talk with Cotner and to view the permanent collection, as well as the current special exhibit on "The Flowers of Robert Frost."


Manchester Journal of Manchester, Vermont: Weekly since 1861

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Robert Cotner to discuss poet FrostManchester Journal of Manchester, Vermont: Weekly since 1861Robert Cotner to discuss poet Frost article date: 10/08/2004SOUTH SHAFTSBURY - On Sunday, Oct. 10, Robert Cotner of Chicago will be the featured speaker in the Sunday Afternoons with Robert Frost lecture series, presented by the Friends of Robert Frost.Cotner will discuss, "Irony and Imagination in Frost's 'Two Tramps in Mudtime' and 'Out, Out.'" Cotner, who met Frost at the poet's Ripton cabin in 1962, has devoted a lifetime to A successful senior executive in Chicago's non-profit community, Cotner has served as executive director of The Salvation Army in that city, and has just been named director of development for Shriners Children's Hospital, Chicago.He has been a professor of English and philosophy at Montgomery College in Rockville, Md., and was a Senior Fulbright Lecturer in English at the University of Liberia.His academic interests include American material and social culture, natural history (with, like Frost, a particular passion for botany), and American intellectual history.He served as Centennial President of The Caxton Club of Chicago, and was the founder and editor of "The Caxtonian," an award-winning monthly literary journal dedicated to the book arts, the humanities, and literature. Cotner's talk, which is free and open to all, will begin at 3 p.m. at the red barn at the Stone House Museum, located on Route 7A in South Shaftsbury.After the program, everyone is invited back to the museum for refreshments, a chance to talk with Cotner, and to view the permanent collection as well as the current special exhibit on "The Flowers of Robert Frost."


Bennington Banner - Entertainment

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Cotner presents Frost programSHAFTSBURY -- On Sunday, Oct. 10, Robert Cotner of Chicago will be the featured speaker in the Sunday afternoons with Robert Frost lecture series, presented by the Friends of Robert Frost.Cotner will discuss "Irony and Imagination in Frost's 'Two Tramps in Mudtime' and 'Out, Out.'" Both poems center on the act of sawing wood, but in radically different ways.Cotner, who met Frost at the poet's Ripton cabin in 1962, has devoted a lifetime to collecting and studying the works of Robert Frost.Cotner was the executive director of The Salvation Army in Chicago, and has just been named development director for Shriners Children's Hospital, Chicago.He has been a professor of English and philosophy at Montgomery College in Rockville, Md.Cotner's talk, which is free and open to all, starts at 3 p.m. in the red barn at the Stone House Museum, located on Route 7A in south Shaftsbury.After the program, everyone is invited to the museum for refreshments, a chance to talk with Cotner, and to view the permanent collection as well as the current exhibit on "The Flowers of Robert Frost."


The Caxton Club | Officers

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Robert Cotner, Founder


Shriners Hospitals for Children®: Development Director information

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Robert Cotner
Director of Development 2211 North Oak Park Ave. Chicago, IL 60707-3392 Phone: 773-385-5840 or 773-622-5400 x5274 Cell: 773-456-7292


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