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HOWARD--Barr, of Cos Cob, CT, died on August 17, 2005, at Northern Manor Nursing Home in Nanuet, NY. He was 81. Mr. Howard for many years worked in sales. Mr. Howard was born January 17, 1924, in Elizabeth, NJ, to Frank A. and Almeda Barr Howard. He was educated at the Taft School and earned a Bachelor's degree in Liberal Arts from Princeton University in New Jersey. Mr. Howard served in the United States Army during World War II. On September 11, 1949, he married Virginia F. Chase. Mr. Howard l ...
William Howard Beasley 3d, former chairman and chief executive officer of Lone Star Technologies, the steel and environment-equipment company based in Dallas, died Thursday at Baylor Hospital in Dallas. Mr. Beasley, a Dallas resident, was 44 years old. A company spokeswoman, Judith A. Murrell, said he died of lymphoma-related pneumonia. The illness had forced him to step down as corporate head last year, but he remained president and chief executive of Beasley Enterprises, a family business ...
Mr. Davies won awards in Britain and enthusiastic reviews on Broadway, where he mounted “Les Liaisons Dangereuses” and “The Iceman Cometh,” among other productions.
He polished the tarnished images of the rich, the famous and the flawed, with clients that included Donald J. Trump, Rupert Murdoch and George M. Steinbrenner.
A female star in Nashville when there weren’t many others, she found success as Bill Anderson’s duet partner and as a solo artist singing about the heartache she knew all too well.
He described his experiences as a gay man in a comic strip and an acclaimed semi-autobiographical graphic novel, influencing many other cartoonists.
A decorated soldier in World War II, he helped reshape the study of war and was knighted in 1986 for his academic work.
Twice an All-American, he scored 37 touchdowns in 36 games at Ohio State, then won an N.F.L. title with the Lions.
As depicted in the film “Melvin and Howard,” he said he helped the billionaire out in the desert one night and that Hughes rewarded him handsomely.
After admitting to Congress that he had rigged a quiz show, he found redemption as a game show doctor, lifting ratings of daytime fare like “Family Feud.”
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He compiled six books of survivors’ recollections of the 1945 attack. He also founded (without government support) a memorial museum.
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