David Conlon was a history major. According to information in The Voice, he lived in Mountain View, California.
Barb Windschill Sommer ’68
From issues of the Carleton Voice, the following information about Conlon’s studies and career: in the summer of 1966 he was one of fifteen students who spent eight weeks in Japan, including travel to historical, religious, and political points of interest and five weeks of study at Doshisha University in Kyoto; in 1968 he returned to Japan to study Japanese and teach English conversation; by 1972 he was a graduate student in sociology at Northeastern University, Boston; in 1973-74 he was a member of The Pottery Cooperative, Cambridge, MA, and in December 1974 moved to Kalayaan, Laguna, The Philippines, to live with his former Carleton roommate Steve Gulick (then a Peace Corps volunteer in The Philippines), and to learn wood carving in Paete; and in 1975 Conlon and his wife, Lorelie, spent a year in Koishibara, Kyushu, Japan, studying Japanese pottery. Conlon’s last known address was in Mountain View, CA.