Grace Anne Dorney Koppel
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Grace Anne Dorney Koppel is an American attorney and since 2006 a national spokesperson for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD). She has appeared on multiple television programs in support of NHLBI's Learn More Breathe Better campaign.
Married Ted Koppel on May 17, 1963. Ted and Grace Anne have four children: Andrea (political and Chinese topical journalist), Deirdre, Andrew, and Tara.
In 1993 Ted and Grace Anne paid $2.7 million for 16 ac (6 ha) overlooking the Potomac River in Potomac, Maryland. The couple filed a lawsuit to hold their neighbors to an agreement to limit the size of the houses in the neighborhood to 10,000 ft² (900 m²).
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