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HOLOCAUST SURVIVOR SPEAKS AT NASHOBA TECH OF HIS EXPERIENCES
HOLOCAUST SURVIVOR SPEAKS AT NASHOBA TECH OF HIS EXPERIENCES
Posted on 04/22/2016
HOLOCAUST SURVIVOR SPEAKS AT NASHOBA TECH OF HIS EXPERIENCESHolocaust Survivor
Holocaust survivor Jack Trompetter spoke recently at Nashoba Valley Technical High School. Trompetter spent the first three years of his life in hiding, separated from his parents. He was born in Holland in 1942, two years after the Nazis had invaded the Netherlands. He was 4 months old when his parents hid him with elderly Christian Fundamentalist farmers in the Netherlands. He was reunited with his parents in 1945. Today, he is an artist living in Cambridge. With Trompetter after his talk in the Performing Arts Center  are Nashoba Tech students, from left, Camryn Malone (junior, Chelmsford), Courtney Sullivan (junior, Pepperell), Maria Cruz (junior, Lowell) and Cassandra Koeleman (junior, Pepperell).