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Ms. Saunders, who had the coronavirus, was a charismatic performer who could sing “as easily as if she were conversing.”
He joined his first local board at 18 and never stopped trying to improve his suburban Atlanta community. Mr. Saunders died of the coronavirus.
She wrote a memoir about her work as a cruise director. The resulting TV series ran for 250 episodes and became a cultural touchstone.
Mr. Saunders, who had been with ESPN since 1986, was a familiar presence on fall Saturdays as the host of ABC’s studio coverage of college football and ESPN’s “College Football Live.”
Mr. Saunders helped draft the Camp David peace accords in 1978 and helped negotiate the release of American hostages from the United States embassy in Tehran in 1981.
The Minnesota team had recently rehired its former coach in the hope that he could once again turn the franchise around.
SAUNDERS--Frederick. Of Rockville Centre, at age 90, on September 5, 2006 after a long illness. A dedicated teacher of Industrial Arts and Driver's Education in Old Westbury, Herricks and Farmingdale. Beloved husband of Marcia, loving father of Dr. Deborah Saunders and Karen Saunders Bakst. Brother of Dr. Marvin Siegler. Adored grandfather of Caroline and Michael Kaplan, and Lauren Bakst. Private services.
KOURIS--Kay (nee Saunders) Of Atlanta, GA, formerly of New York City, on August 4, 2006. Beloved wife of the late Michael. Loved by Sharon, Ashlee, Courtney, and all.
SAUNDERS--Peter. 83, in Los Angeles, CA July 10, 2006. Devoted father of David (wife Jayne) and Dan (wife Jennifer), loving grandfather of Ben, Rachel and Zach. He will be missed by all who knew him for his humor, courage and integrity.
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