Executives In Retirement; A Nonprofit Niche


''I DIDN'T think I would do well full-time on the golf course or cocktail circuit,'' said A. C. Viebranz, who now finds himself infrequently in either milieu.

Instead, at the age of 63, Mr. Viebranz is well into his second career, as assistant to the director of the National Gallery of Art in Washington. ''This is a dream job, if there is such a thing,'' he said.

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