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Chris Cline, Coal Mining Entrepreneur, Is Killed in Helicopter Crash


Mr. Cline was a well-known philanthropist and Republican donor who began working in the coal industry in West Virginia.

Paid Notice: Deaths CLINE, CARROLL


CLINE-Carroll. The entire staff and family of Cline Bettridge Bernstein Lighting Design note with great sorrow the passing of Carroll Cline, our co-founder, partner, colleague, and friend. Carroll was a brilliant and innovative architectural lighting designer and was a leader among the profession's first generation of designers. His work garnered over 30 awards for his designs. A past President of the International Association of Lighting Designers, he was elected a Fellow in 1989. He served on ...

Paid Notice: Deaths CLINE, CARROLL


CLINE-Carroll, died at home on the Upper West Side of Manhattan Thursday morning, February 24th, 2000. He is survived by Katherine, his wife of thirty years, his children, Henry and Rachel, and daughter-in-law, Patricia Wolff, his twin sister, Dorothy Yunghans, sister, Elizabeth Canady, and brother, Alan Cline. Memorial services to be announced. In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to the charity of your choice.



CLINE-Guernsey Chaffee passed away Wednesday, January 6, 1999, at his home in Gulfstream, Florida. Mr. Cline would have been 92 on February 16. He was born in Amenia, NY and graduated from Pawling School, Pawling, NY in 1927. He was wed to Marjorie Preston Burns & moved to Bermuda to install the Bermuda Railroad Line. On completion, they resided in Bronxville, NY, and founded the Westchester Diaper Service, Mt. Vernon, NY (1931-1944). From 1945-1968, he was President/Owner of the Dubois Fence an ...

Ray S. Cline, Chief C.I.A. Analyst, Is Dead at 77


Ray S. Cline, the Central Intelligence Agency's chief analyst during the Cuban missile crisis and in retirement a fierce defender of the agency, died today at his home in Arlington, Va. He was 77. Walter Pforzheimer, a colleague from the agency's earliest days, said Mr. Cline had been suffering from Alzheimer's disease.



Cline, John W (Dr)

Dr. Allen Cline, Historian, Dies; Taught at Middlebury Until '52


Cline, Allen M

KILLER OF 8 WOMEN DIES; Cline, Trapped in Chicagoan's Death, Succumbs in Prison


Cline, Alf

DR. PIERCE CLINE I I; Head of Centenary College for a Decade Is Dead at 53


Cline, Pierce

Chris Cline, Coal Mining Entrepreneur, Is Killed in Helicopter Crash


Mr. Cline was a well-known philanthropist and Republican donor who began working in the coal industry in West Virginia.

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