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Samuel A. Garrison III was chief Republican counsel to the House Judiciary Committee in its Watergate investigation in 1974.
MILLER-L. Garrison Jr., 44 of Darien, CT., died Saturday, August 31, 2002 of melanoma. He was the son of Patricia Cromwell Miller and the late Lindley G. Miller of Upper Brookville, NY. Mr. Miller was a sales executive with Command Financial Press Corporation, NY, and active with various civic and charitable organizations, including the Board of the Boys Club of New York. He was a member of the Piping Rock Club and the Racquet and Tennis Club. Mr. Miller was a graduate of the Salisbury School an ...
MILLER-L. Garrison Jr. The Trustees, the Women's Board and the staff of The Boys' Club of New York express their deepest sympathy to the family of their dear friend. He became a Trustee in 1995 and served on several committees including the Committee for Camp Cromwell which was named in honor of his late grandfather and former Boys' Club Trustee, Jarvis Cromwell. Garrison's warmth and good humor will be remembered by us all with deep affection.
MILLER-L. Garrison Jr. Of Darien, CT., died Saturday, August 31, 2002 of melanoma. He was the son of Patricia Cromwell Miller and the late Lindley G. Miller of Upper Brookville, NY. Mr. Miller was a sales executive with Command Financial Press Corporation, NY, and active with various civic and charitable organizations, including the Board of the Boys Club of New York. He was a member of the Piping Rock Club and the Racquet and Tennis Club. Mr. Miller was a graduate of the Salisbury School and De ...
GARRISON-Edith (Hooe) 90. Of Essex Meadows, Essex, Ct. Died Tuesday December 1. She was the wife of the late John D. Garrison Sr. She was born in Washington D.C., grew up in New Haven, Ct., lived many years in Greenwich, Ct., moving to New York City and recently to Essex. She was a member of the Greenwich Chapter of the American Red Cross and was chairman during WW II. She is survived by her son John D. Garrison Jr. of Norfolk, Va and daughter Jean G. Thompson of Oyster Bay, L.I., six grandchild ...
Jim Garrison, who as District Attorney in New Orleans made startling assertions of a widespread conspiracy and cover-up in President John F. Kennedy's assassination, died yesterday at his home in New Orleans. He was 70 years old. The New Orleans coroner, Dr. Frank Minyard, a longtime friend, said the exact cause of death would be determined in a routine autopsy today. Mr. Garrison had been bedridden with heart disease.
Lloyd K. Garrison, a lawyer from a distinguished family who built an extraordinary record of individual achievement and public service, died at his home in Manhattan. He was 92 years old. He died of heart failure, his family said.
Garrison R. Rice, the president of Peter S. Pasbjerg & Company, a mortgage‐banking concern in Springfield, N.J., died yesterday at his summer home in Dorset. Vt. He was 58 years old.
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