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HELEN STRICKLAND, 60 YEARS ON STAGE; Taken III at Rehearsal, Dies on Opening Night of Her Show, 'Borrowed Time'
] AL VAN S. STRICKLAND, REALTY MAN IS DEAD; Mayor of Bay Head for Six YearsmLarge Factor in Resort's Development.
C.H. STRICKLAND, 50, I.T. AND T. AIDE, DIES; General Service Manager of Company and an Official of Its Building Corporation
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R. STRICKLAND, 51, BANKER IN ATLANTA; President of Georgia Trust Co. Former National Official, Is Dead--Coca-Cola Director
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GEN. STRICKLAND, BRITISH WAR HERO; Sir Peter, Once Known as the Strictest Commander, Dies-- In Service for 43 Years
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William R. Strickland, a conductor and composer who promoted American music in the United States and abroad, died on Nov. 17 at his home in Westport, Conn. He was 77 years old. He died of lung cancer, friends said.
STRICKLAND-Harold Allison, Jr., 82, of Vero Beach, FL., formerly of Greenwich, Connecticut, died on September 3, 1997. He was born February 5, 1915 in Detroit, Michigan, the son of Harold A. and Mary (Pugh) Strickland; m. Ruth Voigt, May 29, 1940 (dec. 1982); m. Anne Muir King, May 18, 1985 (dec. 1992); m. Betty Spangler Levenson, January 4, 1994. He was awarded a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering and a B.S. in Electrical Engineering by the University of Michigan in 1937 and an M.B.A. from Harvard ...
RYAN-Ann Eloise Strickland. On Sunday, January 21, 2001, Ann Eloise Strickland Ryan, wife of Burton T. Ryan, mother of Burton T. Jr., James Gardner, Amy Johnson, Matthew P. and Sarah Clark; Grandmother of Keane, Sean, Sarah, Matthew, Alison Johnson, Colin Johnson, Thomas Clark, Katherine Clark and Aidan Clark. Born May 21, 1921, Shamokin, PA., the only child of Dr. J. Gardner and Cora Strickland. Naval veteran of World War II. Graduate of New Rochelle College, M.S.W., Catholic University, 1949. ...
COLT--Harris Strickland, 69. Authority on military history books and proprietor of The Military Bookman Ltd. in Manhattan, died June 25, 2004 in New York City. In 1976 he, with his wife Margaretta, opened The Military Bookman, a specialty bookstore with an international clientele. The business closed in 2003. Educated at St. Paul's School and Princeton University, Colt served two years in the U.S. Army. A lifelong devotee of military history, his first career was as an investment analyst. He is ...
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