Raymond was a distinguished yachtsman who worked in a fashion in the Coca-Cola works on physical engineering and maintenance matters (most of the time sailing, building, and designing sailboats) until assuming control of the Brown Manufacturing operations in the 1970s, continuing his allotment of time and energy. The bottle opening business went on without notable diminishment or enlargement during his tenure. Ray was killed in the crash of his small plane (of Italian design, built from a kit by Ray himself) at an airshow commemorating the Wright Brothers' first flight, in May, 1984.
Peter worked in the Coca-Cola business for a year after college before entering Naval Aviation in 1952. He was killed in his first solo flight in a jet trainer, in Texas in March 1953 -- after qualifying in prop planes, carrier operations, etc.
John pursued an academic career in philosophy, chiefly at the University or Maryland, where he is now associate professor emeritus.
Dean studied musicology at Cornell and NYU, taught at Brooklyn, performed with the Waverly Consort, switched to photography and became an admired wilderness photographer until his death in July 1973 falling from a mountain in New Hampshire while on assignment from Time-Life. His work is preserved at the Center for Creative Photography in Tuscon, Arizona.
David worked for many years in the Newport News Coca-Cola Bottling Company in various capacities and solicited his brothers (owners of the business) for leadership when my father's energies waned. However, in the event the business was sold in 1987 and with his share of the proceeds he bought a farm owned by the business and has become a fruit and specialty farmer on the Chicahominy River north of Williamsburg.
Philip entered Naval Aviation after graduation from Davidson, served in the Mediterranean and Southeast Asia during the Vietnam war. After leaving the service he became qualified in aeronautical engineering (Ga Tech and Princeton) and found a position with NASA at Langley Field on the Peninsula. He retired c. 1990 and is currently embarked on a career conducting aeronautical research in Williamsburg, Va.
All of us served during summer vacations delivering Coca-Cola on a regular route.