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PROVINE--John Calhoun, died at his home in Brentwood, Tennessee on April 14 from ALS (Lou Gehrig's disease), he was 67. He was a partner with the law firm White & Case and headed offices in Jakarta, Indonesia and Ankara,Turkey from 1983-1992. An accomplished musician and bluegrass aficionado, he was a member of the Charles River Valley Boys in Cambridge, Massachusetts and performed on the Junior Grand Ole' Opry as a teenager in the 1950's. Provine was a graduate of Harvard College, University of ...
CALHOUN--Mary L., on June 6, 2004 of Mineola, NY. Beloved wife of the late William. Loving mother of Gregory (Roxanne), Brian, Kevin, Mary and William. Cherished grandmother of Evan and Christopher. Dear sister of William McKibbin, the lateGeorge McKibbin and Ann Pedersen. In repose at the Fairchild Funeral Chapel, 1570 Northern Blvd, Manhasset 3-5 and 7-9 pm Wednesday. Funeral Mass Thursday 10am St. Mary's RC Church Manhasset.
BAKER-John Calhoun. Died June 9, age 103. President of Ohio University, Athens, OH, for 16 years (1945-1962), he oversaw post-WWII expansion, upgraded academic standards, instituted Ph.D. programs, enlarged and enhanced the physical plant, and established University branches for educational outreach. He served as U.S. Representative to the Economic and Social Council of the U.N. (1953-56), and undertook educational fact finding missions for the U.S. Government to Iran, Cambodia, India, Colombia ...
The Rev. Robert L. Calhoun, Sterling Professor Emeritus of Historical Theology at Yale University, who was a leading figure in Protestant scholarship and ecumenism, died last Saturday at the Yale-New Haven Hospital. He was 86 years old and lived in Bethany, Conn. Professor Calhoun had been on the Yale faculty for 43 years when he retired in 1965, after having been named to the Sterling chair in 1963. He had held important commmittee positions with the World Council of Churches and the Federa ...
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FAIRFIELD, Conn., Dec. 19 —Philo Clarke Calhoun, a lawyer and author, died today in his home. He was 75 years old. Mr. Calhoun had been a partner in Marsh, Day & Calhoun in Bridgeport since 1920.
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