Douglas Codere Fleming ’99 died of natural causes on July 16, 2005, in the Black Rock Desert in Nevada.
Douglas Codere Fleming ’99 died of natural causes on July 16, 2005, in the Black Rock Desert in Nevada. Born on August 19, 1977, in Hinsdale, IL, he prepared for college at Fenwick High School in Oak Park, IL. In 1999, he graduated from Bowdoin cum laude and then attended the Amos Tuck School of Business Bridge Program at Dartmouth College in Hanover, NH. Following his graduation there, he worked for J.P. Morgan Chase as an investment banking analyst and later as vice president of finance for PetaLogic Corporation, a designer and developer of high-speed optical interconnects. Then he was a principal at Worldwide Capital and later a founding partner of IN3 Partners, Inc., an investment bank that specializes in the needs of communications and optics companies. He was also the founder of Radio-Info.com, a Web site devoted to broadcast news and information, reaching 250,000 people each month. In addition, he was the co-developer of a U.S. patent for interactive wireless telecommunications. As a bicyclist, he participated in many long-distance endurance races. Surviving are his parents, Richard and Diana Fleming of Chicago; a sister, Petria Fleming; and his grandmothers, Alberta Loane and Elizabeth Fleming.