Tom L’Esperance ’55 reports:
Fred Tiley and his wife, Candice, reside in Salem, OR, where he practices orthopedic medicine and conducts forensic examinations. After Deerfield, Fred attended Princeton where he became captain of the football team in his senior year. He attributes his success on the gridiron to Mr. Marr’s “single wing” coaching at Deerfield. Fred particularly enjoyed the friendship of John McCloy, Adlai Hardin, John Hubbel and Peter Bauer during his years at Deerfield and Princeton. He continued his higher education pursuits at Princeton, Columbia, the University of Rochester, a residence in Orthopedics at Yale New Haven Medical Center, and some time at the Nuffield Orthopedic Hospital in Oxford, England. Fred is semi-retired and serves as Medical Director of the Willamette Spine Center in Salem which he founded in 1998.