Brewster Taber Hammond died unexpectedly from a coronary thrombosis in Pieta, Malta, April 15. He was 33.
Hammond received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Maine at Farmington and a master’s degree in O&P from the University of Hartford. He became board certified in orthotics and prosthetics prior to moving to San Francisco to work as a clinician at Hanger Clinic, according to the Daily Bulldog. He moved to Malta in December 2017 to work for MCOP International as the prosthetics lead at Karin Grech Rehabilitation Hospital in Pieta.