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Dr. Blackburn, a pre-eminent scholar on nutrition and obesity, advocated lower-fat diets and was a pioneer in developing gastric bypass surgery and nutritional liquid diets.
BLACKBURN -- Frederick ''Rick'' P., 62 years on June 16, 2003. Husband, brother, uncle, great-uncle, WF1NJ, BSA, USCF, Explorers Club Emeritus. Visiting Friday, June 20, from 2-5 and 7-9PM at Greenwich Village Funeral Home, 199 Bleecker Street, NYC. hometown.aol.com/ wjbcqeagle/Rick.html >>AD#
BLACKBURN-Sara. Memorial service on December 7 2PM at Ethical Culture Society, 2 W. 64 St (off CPW).
BLACKBURN-Sara. Died on October 12 at age 66. We mourn the untimely passing of our dear friend. We will miss her wise counsel, her deep intelligence, and her sharp wit. As an editor and writer, she was the midwife to innumerable books and manuscripts. As a friend, she nurtured and tended her relationships in a magnificent way. She showed profound interest in each person she met and had the unusual ability to make each person in her life feel special and important. The world has lost a great huma ...
Clarice Blackburn, an actress and television writer, died at her home in Manhattan on Saturday. She was 74 and also had a home in Cutchogue, L.I. The cause was cancer, said Marge Berson, her friend and executor.
Tom Blackburn Is Dead at 58; Coached Basketball at Dayton; Physical Education Professor Led Flyers to 351 Victories and N.I.T. Title in 17 Years
Blackburn, Tom (Leonard T)
LOUIS HEADS THRONG AT BLACKBURN RITES; 10,300 Attend Trainer's Funeral -- Joe's Flowers Cover Casket
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