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Robert Richards, Marine Guilty in Taliban Desecration, Dies at 28


Mr. Richards was a sergeant who was demoted after video footage surfaced of him and his colleagues urinating on corpses of Taliban fighters in Afghanistan.

Deke Richards, Creator of Motown Hits, Dies at 68


Mr. Richards helped write and produce top-selling singles like “I Want You Back and “ABC” for the Jackson 5 and “Love Child” for Diana Ross and the Supremes.

Martin Richards, Broadway Producer, Dies at 80


Mr. Richards won an Oscar for the film adaptation of the musical “Chicago” 27 years after he helped bring it to Broadway.

Arts & Leisure Preview: Keith Richards, Taylor Swift, ‘The Walking Dead’ and More


Wisdom, insights and observations from this weekend’s Arts & Leisure section.

James Richards, Veterinarian and Expert on Cat Care, Dies at 58


Dr. Richards was a prominent veterinarian who was a recognized authority on cat care.

Paid Notice: Deaths RICHARDS, CORDELIA


RICHARDS--Cordelia. The American Friends of the Georgian Group express deep sympathy to the family of our devoted Treasurer Cordelia Richards. She will be sorely missed as a friend and as an Officer. $(6$)RICHARDS--Cordelia C. The National Society of Colonial Dames in the State of New York records with deep regret the death of its distinguished, past President. Jean C. Grainger, President

Paid Notice: Deaths RICHARDS, CORDELIA C.


RICHARDS--Cordelia C. Of New York City and Farmington, CT, died October 7th, 2006. Mrs Richards was a graduate of Smith College, class of 1952, a member of the The Cosmopolitan Club, the Mayflower Society, the American Friends of the Georgians and a past president of The National Society of Colonial Dames in the State of New York. She is survived by her daughters Elizabeth Richards of New York City and Cordelia Richards Richter of Los Angles, and three granddaughters, Sarah and Cordelia Francis, ...

Tributes for Lloyd Richards, Theater Pioneer


Memorial service is held for Lloyd Richards, theater director and champion of several generations of playwrights and actors, at Bernard B Jacobs theater; photo of Ruby Dee (M)

Tributes for Lloyd Richards, Theater Pioneer


Lloyd Richards, who discovered August Wilson and nurtured a generation of playwrights and actors, was one of the most influential figures in modern theater.

Paid Notice: Deaths RICHARDS, ANN


RICHARDS--Ann. The Board, staff and friends of Freedom Institute mourn the death of a great leader and true champion, whose openness about her recovery from alcoholism inspired so many. Nancy I. Stahl, Board Chair Connie Murray, Exec. Dir. $(6$)RICHARDS--Ann. September 13, 2006. Respected and beloved Trustee of Save the Children, the independent organization creating lasting change for children in need in the United States and around the world. Ann opened doors, opened hearts and opened hope ...

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