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Hickman set milestones on the expansion Mets team of the early ’60s with his power hitting before reaching his peak with the Chicago Cubs.
HICKMAN--Minnie Cassatt. There is no adequate way to honor Minnie Cassatt Hickman, 73, who passed peacefully on April 10, 2005. She lives on through her three daughters, Mimi, Mary, and Rosie; her six grandchildren; and the many students she mentored in her years teaching at The Lenox School. Her generosity, kind spirit, and wit will be missed by all who knew and loved her. A memorial service will be held on April 29th, at St. Thomas on 5th Avenue, at 4 pm. The family requests that, in lieu of f ...
Jim Hickman, who was named the top rookie in the 1982 Indianapolis 500, died today of injuries he suffered in a crash during practice for the Tony Bettenhausen 200 at Wisconsin State Fair Park. Hickman, a car dealer from Chamblee, Ga., was practicing Saturday night for today's race when his Cosworth-powered March racer slammed into the concrete wall in the first turn of the one-mile oval.
DR. EMILY HICKMAN DIES IN AUTO CRASH; Alone in Car, Noted Historian Drives Into Reservoir While on Her Way to Maine MAY HAVE FALLEN ASLEEP Victim Long Peace Advocate and a U.S. Aide at the U.N. San Francisco Parley
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HICKMAN PRICE, 53, IS DEAD IN FLORIDA; Author, Lecturer and Former Spectacular Wheat Grower in Texas--Lived at Southport OWNED 22,000-ACRE RANCH Reporter in New York, 19091910, He Went to Panhandleto Claim Grant to Family
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