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GRIFFIN-Margaret L. Dodson. December 21, 1909-Nov. 20, 2000. Peacefully at home in Bethlehem, PA. Smith College Alumna '33. Margie was the beloved wife of the late Albion M. Griffin. Cherished mother of David, James G., Patrick, Michael and Kevin. Grandmother of Nicholas, Rachel and Catherine; Sarah and Elizabeth; Alexandra and Peter; and Graham. Services and burial November 24 from Herron Funeral Home, Bethlehem, PA. In lieu of flowers donations to a charity of your choice.
Ms. Griffin was a co-star on her daughter’s reality show, “My Life on the D-List,” and became something of a colorful celebrity herself.
He estimated that he published more than 150 books — including dozens about soldiers, spies and cops — using numerous pseudonyms (including W.E.B. Griffin).
A leading classical scholar, Dr. Griffin examined how figures like Nero and Seneca interacted with the political and social systems of their time
Mr. Griffin, a former Republican senator and congressman from Michigan, championed a law to fight corruption in labor unions.
Mr. Griffin was a big-band singer who became one of television's longest running talk-show hosts and formidable innovators.
Maj. Thomas C. Griffin navigated a B-25 bomber in the daring air raid on Japan led by Lt. Col. James H. Doolittle in 1942, four months after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.
Mr. Griffin unraveled an elaborate fraud scheme in four articles that earned him a Pulitzer Prize for distinguished local reporting at age 29.
Mr. Griffin was involved in the bloody clash between the Ku Klux Klan and leftist union organizers in Greensboro, N.C., in 1979.
The dean of Georgia lawyers, Mr. Bell also served as a federal judge and prominent legal troubleshooter.
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