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Jeremy Jacobsohn

Gaithersburg, Maryland

Jeremy earned his Private Pilot certificate at the Wright Patterson Aero Club in Dayton, OH, while pursuing his PhD from Case Western Reserve University. He added an instrument rating after some interesting weather experiences on trips with his wife, Deedee, and now she flies with him again. He flew with the TSS Flying Club for about 10 years before joining a partnership flying a V-Tail Bonanza, and then upgraded to a Baron. Now he flies a 1971 Piper Arrow which was restored beautifully in 2004. Jeremy has logged about 1600 hours in light aircraft. His home airport is Montgomery County Airpark in Gaithersburg, MD (KGAI).

He joined Southwings to help uncover environmental issues that hide in plain sight near the Washington metropolitan area. These include mountaintop removal projects in Appalachia, and concentrated animal farming operations on the DelMarVa peninsula.

Jeremy works as a software engineer in Aerospace. He has three adult children, and practices yoga regularly for stress relief (yes, those facts are related).

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