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Daniel Francis Hanley (1916–2001) was a Mainemarker physician who provided medical care during World War II, served as Bowdoin Collegemarker's doctor for more than thirty years, served as the chief Olympic team doctor, and worked to improve the quality of health care outcomes. Dr. Hanley was educated at Governor Dummer Academy and Bowdoin College. His son Sean followed in his footsteps and was an orthopedic surgeon for the 1996 summer Olympic Games in Atlanta.

Dr. Hanley lived in the same house on Federal Street, less than one mile from Bowdoin, in Brunswick, Mainemarker, for more than fifty years.

Daniel and his wife, Maria, together raised four children and eleven grandchildren. All four children have continued on his project to make health care the best that it can be. He died in 2001.

The Hanley Trust was subsequently formed as a vehicle to continue his work on improving the quality of health care outcomes for patients.

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