Deborah A. Robertson ’74 died on June 7, 2011, in Pinehurst, North Carolina.
She was born on August 29, 1952, daughter of the late Alexander Robertson Jr. ’48, and graduated from Cherry Hill (N.J.) High School. She transferred from Green Brier College to Bowdoin, where she majored in history, lettered in tennis, and was co-captain of the tennis team. She played varsity lacrosse, ﬁeld hockey, and squash, and was a sports writer for the Orient. She studied American history for one year at Johns Hopkins University while enrolled at Bowdoin. She went on to become a professional tennis player and instructor. She worked in group insurance management, sales, and consulting in Philadelphia and Boston, and for several years for Coldwell Banker Prime Resort Real Estate in Southern Pines, N.C. In 1999, she joined the sales staff at Longleaf Lifestyle Communities in Southern Pines.