American entrepreneur and real estate developer Dean L. Gitter was born in 1935 and died on November 21, 2018.
He was an entrepreneur and a real estate developer in the Catskills in New York State.
He was an alum of Phillips Academy, Harvard College, the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art, and the Harvard Business School.
During the 1950s, he delivered accounts for Riverside Records, outstandingly Odetta’s introduction collection, Odetta Sings Ballads and Blues.
Under the nom de plume Dean Laurence, he delivered Sam Gary’s solitary collection for the Esquire (UK) and Transition (US) marks.
In 1957, he recorded Ghost Ballads, discharged by Riverside Records.
This collection highlights Gitter singing, joined by his own acoustic guitar and contains society melodies with heavenly topics.
In 1969, his University Cinema Association opened the Orson Welles Cinema in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Different business adventures included beginning a Kingston-based territorial TV station (WTZA), helping to establish the Big Indian Spring Water Company, and running Catskill Corners, incorporating the Emerson in Mt. Tremper, New York.
The Emerson is an individual from the Small Luxury Hotels of the World, and Country Store at the Emerson includes the world’s biggest kaleidoscope.
He was the Managing Partner of Crossroads Ventures, LLC, a funding organization situated in Highmount, New York.