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Dr. John Hansen, Who Made Marrow Transplants Safer, Dies at 76

2019-08-13T22:10:20+0000

His research expanded the pool of donors whose bone marrow was less likely to be rejected by patients with leukemia and other blood disorders.


George Hansen, Idaho Congressman and Convicted Swindler, Dies at 83

2014-08-20T04:14:09+0000

Found guilty three times of federal crimes, Mr. Hansen, an Idaho Republican, had a 1984 conviction overturned by the Supreme Court.


Chester Hansen, a Rare Diarist of World War II, Dies at 95

2012-10-25T04:15:02+0000

Mr. Hansen’s diaries offered of view of World War II from his insider’s perch as an aide to Gen. Omar N. Bradley.


Miriam Hansen, a Scholar of Cinema, Dies at 61

2011-02-13T03:27:10+0000

A founder of the cinema and media studies department at the University of Chicago, Ms. Hansen studied film audiences as well as films.


Clifford Hansen, Former Wyoming Governor and U.S. Senator, Is Dead at 97

2009-10-22T03:40:18+0000

Mr. Hansen was a rancher who rode his agricultural background to political success as Wyoming's governor and in the U.S. Senate.


Paid Notice: Deaths HANSEN, STANLEY

2006-06-30T05:00:00+0000

HANSEN--Stanley .... and the Lord cried out to his flock, ''I need a master framer, who can also cut a lot of mat openings.'' There was a great deal of murmuring ... then two voices were heard, ''Lord, get Stanley Hansen.'' The Lord said, ''who spoke?'' ''I am Sylvan Cole and this is Arthur Brown. Stanley worked for me at Associated American Artists.'' Arthur Brown said, ''Stanley was the best mat cutter Arthur Brown & Bro. ever had. He's been doing his job for sixty years.'' The Lord said, ''St ...


Paid Notice: Deaths HANSEN, WILLIAM P.

2006-06-25T05:00:00+0000

HANSEN--William P. Born August 9, 1940 died on June 9, 2006. He was an editor and writer for American Heritage, Random House and Chelsea House. After graduating from University of Wisconsin he studied at NYU and started his literary career. His works covered a wide range of topics from drugs to shells, world leaders and even comic books. His reference works on American politics and history are tomes for the ages. His wit, incredible sense of humor, playfulness, curiosity and powerful mind were a ...


Paid Notice: Deaths HANSEN, WILLIAM P.

2006-06-23T05:00:00+0000

HANSEN--William P. Born August 9, 1940 died on June 9, 2006. He was an editor and writer for American Heritage, Random House and Chelsea House. After graduating from University of Wisconsin he studied at NYU and started his literary career. His works covered a wide range of topics from drugs to shells, world leaders and even comic books. His reference works on American politics and history are tomes for the ages. His wit, incredible sense of humor, playfulness, curiosity and powerful mind were a ...


Leslie Hansen Kopp, 53, Archivist Who Focused on Preserving Dance, Is Dead

2006-06-10T04:00:00+0000

Leslie Hansen Kopp helped found Preserve Inc., an organization that taught performing arts organizations and interested people how to create and maintain archives.


Paid Notice: Deaths KOPP, LESLIE HANSEN

2006-05-30T05:00:00+0000

KOPP--Leslie Hansen. Died May 27 of metastatic breast cancer. Survivors include Carolynn and Hanna Jennings. Gifts in lieu of flowers may be sent to the Department of Musical Instruments at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 212-570-3915 and to the Jacob Perlow Hospice, 212-649-5526.



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Ben Roy Mottelson Dies at 95; Shed Light on the Shape of Atoms

Thu, 19 May 2022 20:58:28 +0000

He shared the 1975 Nobel Prize in Physics for discoveries of forces that can distort the shape of an atomic nucleus, with implications for human-made nuclear fission.

John L. Canley, Belated Medal of Honor Recipient, Dies at 84

Wed, 18 May 2022 20:01:05 +0000

He was the first living Black Marine to be awarded America’s highest military decoration — 50 years after he demonstrated valor in Vietnam.



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