Dr. Jay Reibel
Possessing a distinguished career in the fields of clinical medicine and health care administration, Jay Reibel has been a boon to the arts in the New York and New England area. An alumnus of Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire, Jay Reibel has served on the Board of Overseers for Dartmouth's Hood Museum of Art and Hopkins Center for the Arts. Jay Reibel and his wife, Barbara, were recognized in the museum's 2007-2008 annual report for their financial contributions in excess of $100,000. Jay Reibel was acknowledged for his support of the arts at Dartmouth in the foreword to the 2005 publication of Marks of Distinction: Two Hundred Years of American Drawings and Watercolors from the Hood Museum of Art by Barbara J. MacAdam. Recognized as a Patron sponsor for his financial support of Bruce Museum in his hometown of Greenwich, Connecticut, Jay Reibel also sat on the Board of Trustees for the museum from 2004 to 2007. The Bruce Museum was established by textile merchant Robert Moffat Bruce through a deeded trust in 1908, holding its first exhibition in 1912. In 1998, the institution received accreditation from the American Association of Museums, an honor granted to less than 5 percent of all museums. Jay Reibel has lent his financial support to organizations beyond the local level, serving as a Sponsor-level member of The Metropolitan Museum of Art and a Supporting Fellow of the Frick Collection in New York, where his daughter also supports the arts as a Young Fellow. Jay Reibel is also a longtime supporter of The Metropolitan Opera. A longtime champion of the arts, Jay Reibel has supported painter John Howard Sanden, a recipient of the John Singer Sargent Medal for Lifetime Achievement. John Howard painted Jay Reibel's portrait while he served as President of Four Winds Medical Hospitals. Jay Reibel's personal collection of art focuses on 19th century marine paintings, which reflect his passion for sailing.
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