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Shawn G. Kennedy, Times Reporter in a Vanguard, Dies at 73

Back in the 1970s, as The New York Times lagged behind other papers in hiring reporters and editors of color, Paul Delaney, the...

Shelia Smith, Exuberant Teacher’s Aide, Dies at 61

This obituary is part of a series about people who have died in the coronavirus pandemic. Read about others here.Shelia Smith was raised...

Former Liberal leader dies aged 82

Former Liberal leader Andrew Peacock has died aged 82 at his home in the US.Mr Peacock was one of the most significant Australian...

Carol Prisant, Elegant Design Writer, Dies at 82

Carol Ann Lincoff was born on July 28, 1938, in Pittsburgh. Her father, Escher, owned a jewelry store in suburban Braddock, Pa.; her...

John Williamson, 83, Dies; Economist Defined the ‘Washington Consensus’

Mr. Williamson attended the London School of Economics, graduating with a degree in economics in 1951. After completing two years of compulsory military...

John Naisbitt, Business Guru and Author of ‘Megatrends,’ Dies at 92

His marriage to Ms. Senior ended in divorce, as did his second, to Patricia Aburdene. Along with his daughter, he is survived by...

Donald P. Ryder, Architect of Black Heritage Sites, Dies at 94

Donald Porter Ryder was born on Aug. 28, 1926, in Springfield, Ohio. His mother, Emma Marie (Belsinger) Ryder, died when he was 10....

Ray Lambert, an American Hero on D-Day, Dies at 100

Ray Lambert, a much-decorated former Army medic who survived multiple wounds on D-Day in aiding his comrades and was saluted in Normandy on...

Gail Coburn, Social Worker With a Gift for Solutions, Dies at 71

She played in a women’s soccer league and developed what she called her “moose call,” something akin to Tarzan’s yodel, that she let...

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