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As head of the mostly white Diocese of Biloxi, Miss., he was the first African-American bishop appointed to preside over a Roman Catholic diocese in the 20th century.
After agitating for the inclusion of Black artists in New York museums, he helped introduce a multicultural perspective to the field of art therapy.
BLANCHARD--Joseph P., 59, a longtime member of the Wall Street community and resident of Port Washington, NY, passed away on Friday, October 22. He is survived by his wife, Akiko, and three children: Sara, Christopher, Andrew. A Memorial Service will be held Saturday, October 30 at 11 A.M. at the Lutheran Church of Our Savior, 12 Franklin Ave, Port Washington, 516-767-0603. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to the National Brain Tumor Foundation.
Mr. Sobran was a hard-hitting conservative writer and moralist whose outspoken antipathy to Israel led to his removal as a senior editor of National Review.
CALDERON--Joseph. The former partners of Deutsch, Klagsbrun & Blasband mourn the passing of their senior counsel, whose devotion to the law knew few equals. We extend our condolence to Dorothy, her children and grandchildren.
CALDERON--Joseph, died December 18, one week shy of 91st birthday. Loving husband of Dorothy, dutiful father of Peter and Phyllis, adoring grandfather of Susan, Ariana, Sara, Adam, Julie and Miranda, proud great-grandfather of Matthew, Jeremy, Emma and Rebecca. Graduate of University of South Carolina, Class of 1936 and Columbia Law School, Class of 1939. Veteran of European theater in WWII. Practiced law into his 89th year. Played tennis into his 86th year. Avid reader, inveterate traveler and ...
Mr. Coffey’s exploits included arresting the gangster John J. Gotti, uncovering fraud at the Vatican Bank and investigating the Lufthansa heist.
COFFEY-Joseph F. (Joe). Cinematographer. Of NYC and Easthampton. On March 8, 2000. Beloved husband of Arlene. Adored father of David. Dear uncle of many nieces and nephews. In lieu of flowers, please make contributions to the Jacob Perlow Hospice. Memorial to be held in the future.
DECKER-Joseph M. The New York Times records with deep sorrow the passing of Joseph M. Decker, associated with The Times from 1956 until retiring in 1979.
Joseph Dorsey Jr, African-American prizefighter whose suit challenging Louisiana ban on integrated sports was upheld by United States Supreme Court in 1959, dies at 69; photo (M)
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