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She taught music and special-education classes, but found that she could be even more helpful as a mentor beyond the classroom. She died of the novel coronavirus.
In leading a watchdog group, she championed campaign finance reform. John McCain called her “our general and our strategist” in pushing that fight in Congress.
Ms. Lousada was one of the first ballerinas chosen for what became New York City Ballet. Later in life she became a successful cookbook author.
Proclaimed a hero, Dr. McBride was later embroiled in lengthy controversies over faulty research.
After a preliminary hearing in the case against Theodore Wafer, a white man who admitted to killing a black teenager, a judge in Michigan rules that he should stand trial on charges of second-degree murder.
The recollections of Mrs. McBride Jordan by her son, James McBride, became the basis of a best-selling novel.
McBRIDE--Donald, Jr. of Towson, MD; Englewood, NJ; and Norfolk, CT; died peacefully October 4, 2006. He was the devoted husband of the late Nancy (Lowe) McBride and father of four children.
McBRIDE--Donald, Jr. of Towson, NJ; Englewood, NJ; and Norfolk, CT; died peacefully October 4, 2006. Devoted husband of the late Nancy (Lowe) McBride, Donald is survived by his loving daughters, Susan Murphy of Baltimore; Elizabeth Nielsen of Annapolis; and Mary Vaughn McBride of Wendell, MA; and by his dear son, Donald McBride III, of Alexandria, VA. Also survived by a granddaughter, Rebecca (Budoff) Riley of Baltimore, MD; and by two brothers , Richard Lee McBride of Rye, NY; and Herbert McBri ...
FISHER--Isobel (Miki), nee McBridedied July 24, 2006 in New York City. Cherished wife of the late Saul Fisher, beloved mother of Rachel Abram, mother-in-law of Michael Abram, grandmother of Daniel, Sarah and Dan's wife, Marina, aunt and greataunt to many dear nieces and nephews. Artist, poet, avid reader, music enthusiast, loving friend. Miki and Saul were founding residents of Twenty-one Acres in Ardsley, New York, where Miki lived for 55 years. Her friends were of all generations, her life was ...
McBRIDE--Joseph A., 86. Of Franklin Lakes formerly of Ridgewood on November 30, 2005. Beloved husband of Wendy McBride (nee Michie). He is predeceased by his first wife, the late Barbara McBride (nee O'Connor)(1994). Devoted father of Terence McBride and his wife Mary of Franklin Lakes, Sheila James and her husband David of Villanova, PA, Michael McBride and his wife BethAnn of Ridgewood and Dr. Mark McBride and his wife Virginia of Madison. Dear stepfather of Louise Wright, James Harrison, Jaso ...
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A master of the assist, he played alongside Bill Walton and Jamaal Wilkes on teams that John Wooden led to the N.C.A.A. championship in 1972 and 1973.
He first gained wide recognition for his work with John Coltrane. He went on to a fertile, prolific career, releasing dozens of albums as a leader.