by Alison Eastaugh Browne
Duncan was born in 1916, in Juneau. He graduated from Stanford University and George Washington Medical School. He was a captain in the U.S. Army Medical Corps during WW II serving in Europe. As a boy, he worked in the A-J Mill, the Taku Cannery, and the Port Althorp Cannery (near Cross Sound). Duncan was, and still is, an avid skier. He married Mary Isabel Eggert of Seattle and they had three children: Carol (1944), John (1947), and Cynthia (1952). After practicing medicine for many years in Seattle, Duncan and Mary now reside in Bellevue, Washington.