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Burch, Lowell R
Burch, Preston M
Dr. George E. Burch, an internationally known cardiologist, died April 15 at his home in New Orleans after a brief illness. He was 76 years old. Dr. Burch, a professor emeritus of medicine at Tulane University School of Medicine, served as Henderson Professor and chairman of the Department of Medicine for 28 years, until 1975. He remained a full-time faculty member until his death.
Dean Burch, chairman of the Federal Communications Commission from 1969 to 1974 and of the Republican National Committee in 1964 and 1965, died yesterday at his home in Potomac, Md. He was 63 years old. Mr. Burch died of bladder cancer, said his son, Dean A. Burch.
J. Burch McMorran, a career civil servant who helped design and build some of the most important public works projects in New York State, died on Sunday at Eddy Memorial Geriatric Center in Troy, N.Y. He was 92 years old and lived in Troy. He died of cardiac arrest, his family said.
BURCH-Peter J., 71, of Hendersonville, NC, on June 11 at Pardee Hospital. Thomas Shepherd & Son Funeral Home: 704-693-3435.
BURCH-William Preston. Of Hilton Head Island, Savannah and Garden City on January 5 , 1998. Beloved husband, devoted father and proud grandfather. Survived by his wife Peggy Judd Burch, his brother Elliott of Newport, his three sons, Michael, Peter and Preston and two granddaughters, Katherine and Kristine. Son of the late Preston M. Burch. Longtime executive with Gulfstream Aerospace. In lieu of flowers, a contribution may be made to the American Heart Association, PO Box 23407, Hilton Head Isl ...
BURCH--Anita. Devoted sister of Marsha. Loving mother of David and Lisa. Cherished grandmother of Sarah Rose and Samuel Benjamin. She will be missed by all who knew her.
Ms. Burch as a 20-year-old single mother found metal in junkyards to hammer into jewelry to support her two children, and went on to win distinction as a fanciful designer and success as a savvy businesswoman.
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