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William McCormick Blair Jr., Envoy and Confidant of Adlai Stevenson, Dies at 98

2015-09-03T00:48:30+0000

Mr. Blair, a lawyer, ambassador and adviser to Stevenson, once approached John Steinbeck to write a derogatory novel based on Richard Nixon.


Mack McCormick, Student of Texas Blues, Dies at 85

2015-11-26T02:37:09+0000

Mr. McCormick, a folklorist who spent a lifetime searching out forgotten or unrecorded singers all over Texas, traveled thousands of miles to amass a blues archive.


Mike McCormick, Comeback Cy Young Award Winner, Dies at 81

2020-06-19T21:55:02+0000

He was an All-Star fastball pitcher with the Giants until he developed a sore arm. He salvaged his career by learning to throw a screwball.


Mack McCormick, Student of Texas Blues, Dies at 85

2015-11-26T02:37:09+0000

Mr. McCormick, a folklorist who spent a lifetime searching out forgotten or unrecorded singers all over Texas, traveled thousands of miles to amass a blues archive.


William McCormick Blair Jr., Envoy and Confidant of Adlai Stevenson, Dies at 98

2015-09-03T00:48:30+0000

Mr. Blair, a lawyer, ambassador and adviser to Stevenson, once approached John Steinbeck to write a derogatory novel based on Richard Nixon.


Patricia McCormick, Bullfighter Who Defied Convention, Is Dead at 83

2013-04-13T17:45:48+0000

Ms. McCormick, the first woman from North America to be a professional bullfighter, performed in hundreds of bullfights in the 1950s and received top billing in stadiums worldwide.


Paid Notice: Deaths MCCORMICK, WILLIAM W.

2006-05-31T05:00:00+0000

McCORMICK--William W. 79, entered into eternal rest on Saturday, May 27, 2006. For directions, additional information or to extend an online expression of sympathy, visit www.leetestevens.com


Paid Notice: Deaths MCCORMICK, WILLIAM T.

2006-03-01T05:00:00+0000

McCORMICK--William T. On February 26, 2006 of Millburn, NJ. Husband of Dorothea Wood McCormick. Father of Douglas K., Alan E. McCormick and Marcia J. Hauser. Also survived by five grandchildren. Funeral Service at The Jacob A. Holle Funeral Home, 2122 Millburn Ave, Maplewood, NJ on March 2nd at 11:00 AM. Entombment Hollywood Memorial Park, Union, NJ. Visiting hours Wednesday, 2-4 & 7-9 PM. Donations to New Eyes for the Needy P.O. Box 332 Short Hills, NJ 07078 would be appreciated.


Paid Notice: Deaths MCCORMICK, JACK

2005-08-10T05:00:00+0000

McCORMICK--Jack. 69, died August 8th at his residence in Ponte Vedra Beach. He was born August 17, 1935 in Binghamton, NY, the only child of the late James Leo McCormick and Esther Crimmins. Jack graduated from Cornell University in 1957 where he belonged to the SAE fraternity and played varsity golf. He served as a Lieutenant JG in the U.S. Navy and later earned his MBA from Columbia University in 1961. He served as president and CEO of Swisher Cigar Company from 1976 until 1986. After the comp ...


Pat McCormick, 78, Comedian and Writer for 'Tonight Show,' Dies

2005-08-02T05:00:00+0000

Pat McCormick, comedian known for his unruly appearance and his immaculate one-liners, dies at age 78 (M)



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