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Caspar Weinberger

Caspar Willard "Cap" Weinberger Jr.

1947 - 2019
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Caspar W. Weinberger, Jr.
Mt. Desert

Caspar Willard Weinberger, Jr., 72 died August 8, 2019 at his home. He was born January 9, 1947 in San Francisco, CA the son of the late, Caspar Willard and Rebecca Jane ( Dalton) Weinberger, Sr.

Caspar was a graduate of Burlingame High School, Burlingame, California and from Harvard College, Cambridge, Massachusetts in 1968. He married his wife Mavis Hodgson Weinberger on May 3, 1973.

From the beginning of his career Cap held a variety of rewarding positions. He worked as a documentary producer, director and writer for AFTRA at KRON-TV (NBC), San Francisco, CA . He was a government affairs director at Bank of America, San Francisco. During the Reagan Administration he worked for the Governor’s Office in the State of California as an information director then as a special projects consultant from for the United States Information Agency. Cap was a consultant for Smith Affiliated Capital Corporation. Then rounded out his career working as owner/publisher of Windswept House Publishing the company his mother began. Ever a lover of music, Cap founded his own music production company and worked with a variety of musicians from Nashville to Hawaii producing videos and music with known and struggling artists.

Caspar has authored the following publications: coauthor of “The Ivy League Guidebook” (Macmillan, 1969); “Edward S. Curtis, American Indian Photographs”, Smithsonian magazine (1975); a columnist for “Armchair General” magazine from 2006-2009 and a writer/contributor at “HumanEvents.com” from 2006-2010. He received an award for Best TV Documentary , “Smog”, (1970) by the Associated Press California.

Cap as the principle trustee of the Weinberger Foundation contributed to various Mt. Desert Island charities as well as nationwide nonprofits that held a special place in the family’s heart.

Cap enjoyed Yoga and psychic arts, digital photography and printing; sports; world history, news and current events.

Along with his wife Mavis, Caspar is survived by daughters Rebecca Jane Werber(Christopher) and Emily Louise Anderson Murray (James): grandsons, Douglas, Charles, Timothy, David and George; a sister Arlin Weinberger and nephew James.

At Caspar’s request services will be private.

Those who desire may make contributions in Caspar’s memory to the charity of ones choice.

Arrangements in care of Jordan-Fernald, 1139 Main Street, Mt. Desert. Condolences may be expressed at www.jordanfernald.com
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Dr. Wade L. McKinnon, Jr.

Posted at 11:47am
Chong and I were very saddened by the news of Cap's passing. Cap was a very intelligent, kind and gentle soul who was full of confidence. He was so down to earth with his dry sense of humor and willingness to take the time to offer counsel and advice about life and career. May you rest in peace my friend; we will miss you so much.
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Chong Cha and Wade McKinnon

Posted at 12:21am
Dear Mavis, please accept our most heartfelt sympathies for your loss. Our thoughts are with you and your family during this difficult time.
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