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Tran Dai Quang, Hard-Line Vietnamese President, Dies at 61

2018-09-21T10:47:01+0000

Mr. Quang, whose role was largely ceremonial, was a former chief of the country’s powerful Ministry of Public Security.


Paid Notice: Deaths TRAN, ALLEN

2004-02-22T05:00:00+0000

TRAN--Allen, 79, died November 9, 2003 at Cabrini Hospice. The cause was lung cancer. Born outside Pittsburgh, PA on February 7, 1924, he earned a purple heart during the invasion of Italy in World War II. Allen was a longtime staff member at the Museum of Modern Art and he lived more than fifty years in downtown New York City. Faithful forever and big hearted, he will be missed by his many friends.


Tran Dai Quang, Hard-Line Vietnamese President, Dies at 61

2018-09-21T10:47:01+0000

Mr. Quang, whose role was largely ceremonial, was a former chief of the country’s powerful Ministry of Public Security.


Paid Notice: Deaths TRAN, ALLEN

2004-02-22T05:00:00+0000

TRAN--Allen, 79, died November 9, 2003 at Cabrini Hospice. The cause was lung cancer. Born outside Pittsburgh, PA on February 7, 1924, he earned a purple heart during the invasion of Italy in World War II. Allen was a longtime staff member at the Museum of Modern Art and he lived more than fifty years in downtown New York City. Faithful forever and big hearted, he will be missed by his many friends.


Tran Dai Quang, Hard-Line Vietnamese President, Dies at 61

2018-09-21T10:47:01+0000

Mr. Quang, whose role was largely ceremonial, was a former chief of the country’s powerful Ministry of Public Security.


Paid Notice: Deaths TRAN, ALLEN

2004-02-22T05:00:00+0000

TRAN--Allen, 79, died November 9, 2003 at Cabrini Hospice. The cause was lung cancer. Born outside Pittsburgh, PA on February 7, 1924, he earned a purple heart during the invasion of Italy in World War II. Allen was a longtime staff member at the Museum of Modern Art and he lived more than fifty years in downtown New York City. Faithful forever and big hearted, he will be missed by his many friends.


Tran Dai Quang, Hard-Line Vietnamese President, Dies at 61

2018-09-21T10:47:01+0000

Mr. Quang, whose role was largely ceremonial, was a former chief of the country’s powerful Ministry of Public Security.


Paid Notice: Deaths TRAN, ALLEN

2004-02-22T05:00:00+0000

TRAN--Allen, 79, died November 9, 2003 at Cabrini Hospice. The cause was lung cancer. Born outside Pittsburgh, PA on February 7, 1924, he earned a purple heart during the invasion of Italy in World War II. Allen was a longtime staff member at the Museum of Modern Art and he lived more than fifty years in downtown New York City. Faithful forever and big hearted, he will be missed by his many friends.


Tran Dai Quang, Hard-Line Vietnamese President, Dies at 61

2018-09-21T10:47:01+0000

Mr. Quang, whose role was largely ceremonial, was a former chief of the country’s powerful Ministry of Public Security.


Paid Notice: Deaths TRAN, ALLEN

2004-02-22T05:00:00+0000

TRAN--Allen, 79, died November 9, 2003 at Cabrini Hospice. The cause was lung cancer. Born outside Pittsburgh, PA on February 7, 1924, he earned a purple heart during the invasion of Italy in World War II. Allen was a longtime staff member at the Museum of Modern Art and he lived more than fifty years in downtown New York City. Faithful forever and big hearted, he will be missed by his many friends.



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