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Belated Bye-bye Dr. Richard Freeman Jr.

Thumbnail image for Richard Freeman.jpgAfter we wrote about how the Dell Medical School poached Elizabeth Teisberg from Geisel (or did she flee there?) and paid her about three times more money than she earned in Hanover (to go with the $1.5 million departure bonus she got from Geisel), an alert reader noted the disappearance of Dr. Richard Freeman Jr. from the medical school’s roster. In 2015 he was paid $746,776, most of which was compensation:

Richard Freeman Form 990.jpg

And in 2016, he was again on the College’s 990 to the tune of $834,217 — however most of this money appears under the heading of “other reportable compensation,” the same rubric where Elizabeth Teisberg’s $1,500,000 was found:

Richard Freeman Form 990 2016.jpg

In 2015, as you can see above, Freeman’s “other reportable compensation” amounted to $26.

But on September 9, 2015, Freeman’s name appeared in an announcement from the Dell Medical School. He would start work there on October 1, 2015:

Richard Freeman Texas Salary.jpg

So why did Freeman log a big score in 2016?

Any thoughts?

Addendum: Freeman began work at Geisel in January, 2010.


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