Born in California
Alexander Dawson Henderson IV was born at the Peninsula Community
Hospital in Carmel, California.(7 pounds) on November 19, 1951. Dawson
is the first child of Alexander D.
Henderson III and Patricia Ford.
Click here to see a picture of Alex,
Pat & Dawson.
Move to Florida
Moved from California to Florida on July 5, 1957. At first, the family
lived at their grandfather's Avon by the Sea apartments in Pompano
Beach, Florida. The apartments were across the street from the
Hillsboro Country Day School. In 1958, the family moved into
a newly built house at 3532 N.E. 31st Avenue, Pompano Beach,
Florida. Dawson also entered the Hillsboro Country Day school
the same year. His grandfather was the founder and administrator
of this School. When his sister Holly was born, the family moved
to Sea Ranch Lakes in Florida.
Dawson completed his studies at Hillsboro Country Day School on May
28, 1965. Attended college at Menlo
College in Menlo Park, California in 1972. Attended college at
the University of Arizona.
The wedding and reception for Dawson and Sharon E Galbreath was at their home in Flagstaff, Arizona on
June 30, 1984 at 11 AM.
Designer and Publisher
Dawson has worked as a designer in desktop publishing and in developing
interactive software. He is currently under contract with the
National Forest to develop their web site. He is also the webmaster
for the Arizona Trail Association. His wife Sharon Galbreath,
with the Sierra Club and with the conservation of the Grand Canyon
and surrounding areas. She has a website for Arizona Greenworks. Sharon
and Dawson we are doing a project for a local non profit foundation
that entails the creation of public education materials, media
ads and lobbying directed at local and state politicians and
decision makers. Most of our clients are non profit groups looking
for the specialized knowledge that I have on NEPA issues. (National
Environmental Policy Act).
Dawson age 9
Dawson in Carmel
Sharon meets Clinton
Sharon and Clinton after she gave him one of her "Save the Peaks"