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Thad Cochran, 81, Lawmaker Who Brought Largess to Mississippi, Dies

2019-05-30T15:53:39+0000

In 45 years as a representative and senator, he combined homespun politics and a canny skill at producing billions of dollars for his home state.


Notable Deaths 2017: Wayne Cochran

2018-06-06T19:41:30+0000


Notable Deaths 2017: Mary Cochran

2018-06-06T19:29:06+0000


Wayne Cochran, Singer With High Energy and Big Hair, Dies at 78

2017-11-28T00:03:12+0000

Mr. Cochran wrote a classic song of doomed love, “Last Kiss,” then changed styles to become “the White Knight of Soul.”


Mary Cochran, Dancer Who ‘Lit Up the Stage,’ Dies at 54

2017-10-15T18:20:11+0000

Ms. Cochran, the daughter of a dancer, performed with the Paul Taylor Dance Company for 12 years, then led the influential dance department at Barnard College for 10.


Rose Cochran, a Figure in a Campaign Attack Video, Dies at 73

2014-12-13T03:17:20+0000

Mrs. Cochran, a former teacher, was in a nursing home when she became part of an unsuccessful attack ad against her husband, Senator Thad Cochran.


Hank Cochran, Writer for Country Music Stars, Dies at 74

2010-07-17T05:33:40+0000

Mr. Cochran was a singer and songwriter who wrote major hits for Patsy Cline, Eddy Arnold and George Strait.


Paid Notice: Deaths COCHRAN, JOHNNIE L. JR., ESQ.

2005-04-03T05:00:00+0000

COCHRAN--Johnnie L. Jr., Esq. The Board of Directors and staff of the Upper Manhattan Empowerment Zone Development Corp. are deeply saddened by the loss of the chairman of our board. Our prayers and condolences go out to his family. Mr. Cochran was elected chairman in October 2001 and guided the organization through a transition in the makeup of its senior staff. We are grateful for his leadership and his vision. Upper Manhattan Empowerment Zone Kenneth J. Knuckles, President and Chief Executive ...


Paid Notice: Deaths COCHRAN, JOHNNIE, L., JR.

2005-04-02T05:00:00+0000

COCHRAN--Johnnie, L., Jr. We are saddened by the passing of our dear and noble friend. His courtroom achievements were but a small part of the great and good work he did for societies oppressed, his church and people of all color. A fine, decent and moral man, we are diminished by his death. Our sincerest condolences to Dale, her family and the children. The Weitz Family Tanya, Harvey, Andrew and Paul


Paid Notice: Deaths COCHRAN, JOHNNIE, L., JR.

2005-04-01T05:00:00+0000

COCHRAN--Johnnie, L., Jr. We are saddened by the passing of our dear and noble friend. His courtroom achievements were but a small part of the great and good work he did for societies oppressed, his church and people of all color. A fine, decent and moral man, we are diminished by his death. Our sincerest condolences to Dale, her family and the children. The Weitz Family Tanya, Harvey, Andrew and Paul COCHRAN--Johnnie L., Jr. The Board and staff of the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, ...



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