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A Jesuit priest who served in the Nixon White House, he turned to a new vocation that brought a sharp edge to the Sunday morning political talk show.
In a 27-year television career, he covered the shooting of Pope John Paul II and conflicts in the Middle East and Vietnam, among other pivotal events.
Judge McLaughlin was known for his erudite rulings and a lightning wit with which he sometimes disarmed lawyers and delighted juries.
Mr. McLaughlin’s hastily concocted design for a lapel pin that showed the continents embraced by olive branches became one of the world’s most recognizable symbols.
McLAUGHLIN--Edward J., 81, on November 10th, 2006. Lifelong resident of Yorkville. Beloved husband of Kathleen (nee Sullivan). Cherished father of Maureen Villaverde and the late Edward. Dear father-in-law of William Villaverde. Devoted grandfather of Claire and Sara. Predeceased by his brothers and sisters, James, Daniel, Warren, William, Martha, Irene, Anna, Helen, and Veronica. Reposing Chas. Peter Nagel FH, 352 E. 87th St,. NYC, Saturday 5-9 PM and Sunday 2-5 and 7-9 PM. Mass of Christian Bu ...
Mary Martin McLaughlin, internationally renowned scholar of Middle Ages, dies at age 87 (M)
Mary Martin McLaughlin's small but distinguished body of work was highly regarded by academic medievalists around the world.
McLAUGHLIN -- Anne (nee Hann). Age 96, died peacefully on Saturday, June 3, 2006 at the Ocean Medical Center in Brick, NJ. Anne was born in Westfield, NJ and lived in the Bronx, NY for many years. While there, she was an active member of St. Simon Stock Parish. She moved to New Jersey in 1981. Surviving are her chldren, Clement W. and Roxanne of Poughkeepsie NY, Robert and Mary of the Bronx NY, William and Patricia of Franklin Lakes NJ, Anne Marie and Robert Forfia of Ridgewood NJ and Vincent an ...
William L McLaughlin, radiation scientist who devised accurate and widely used methods for measuring radiation absorbed by cancer patients and by many foods and commercial products, dies at age 77 (M)
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