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Hans Calmeyer Righteous Gentile 1903-1972

“Dutch Schindler”

 Lawyer for Life



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Surviving Calmeyer Family Members, part of Calmeyer’s Legacy to the world:

Hans Calmeyer had two children, Peter in 1930 and Michael in 1953. Peter, an archaeologist, died at the age of 65 in 1995 in Berlin. Michael moved to America in 1963, also studied archaeology, and with an MBA from Kellogg has been active in venture capital in all areas of the USA, especially San Francisco and Boston.


 Michael Calmeyer    Hentschel, Calmeyer’s second son

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Peter Calmeyer, first son of Hans Calmeyer

passed away in 1995 at age 65

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Ursula Seidl Calmeyer  first-son Peter’s wife

Peter Calmeyer married Ursula Seidl in Munich, Germany. An archaeologist like Peter, Ursula works on classical Persian and Iranian anthropology and continues to research and teach at the University of Munich. They both worked in Iran excavating and studying the tomb of Darius. Peter and Ursula unfortunately did not have children.

 Micah, grand-daughter of Calmeyer

Alex, grand-son of Calmeyer

Nicholas, grand-son of Calmeyer

All three of Michael’s children were born in Saratoga, California and now live in North Carolina and Texas. They are still in school and occasionally involved in various aspects of the Calmeyer Foundation. Micah has studied para-legal and will soon attend Law School.

Peter Calmeyer’s and Ursula’s main Archaeologic Project in Iran:

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NAQSH-e  RUSTAM, Iran The  entrance to the tomb of Darius