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Mr. Vance wrote fantasy and mysteries, sometimes pseudonymously. But he specialized in science fiction, a label he disdained, and wrote a number of book series.
Mr. Bourjaily’s novels often explored what it meant to be an American at a particular historical moment.
WELLMAN--Richard Vance, 82, a nationally recognized figure in the field of probate law who helped transform the legal landscape in the area of trusts and estates, died on June 3, 2005 in Athens, GA. Robert Cotton Alston Professor of Law at the University of Georgia Law School from 1974 to 1990, Wellman was the principal drafter of the Uniform Probate Code designed to make the probate process cheaper and more efficient. He worked tirelessly to promote the code from the time it was first promulgat ...
JORDAN--Vance. The Board of Directors and Shareholders of 1220 Park Avenue Corporation mourn the loss of their fellow Director and neighbor. A longstanding memeber of the Board, his wise counsel will be missed. We extend our sincere condolences to his family.
JORDAN--Vance. 60 years of age died today after a brief illness. He is survived by his sister Jill and two nephews. Services will be private. JORDAN--Vance. An unwavering eye in an era of declining standards. A loss for the American art field. David Dufour
Vance Hartke, three-term Democratic senator from Indiana best known for his criticism of American involvement in wars of Southeast Asia, dies at age 84; career reviewed; photo (M)
VANCE-Cyrus. The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University extends its deepest sympathy to the family of Cyrus Vance, former Secretary of State and distinguished member of The Fletcher Board of Overseers.
VANCE-Cyrus R. The Yale Class of 1939 mourns the passing of our esteemed classmate, Cyrus R. Vance, whose life of public service has been well documented in these pages and elsewhere. We extend our sympathies to his wife, Grace, and family and to those who studied and worked with him through the years. For us, he epitomized the last words of our alma mater, ''For God, for Country, and for Yale.'' Lycurgus M. Davey, Secretary Dorsey Whitestone, Treasurer Alan K. Gage, Class Agent Leete P. Doty & ...
VANCE-Cyrus R. The Faculty, Staff, students, and alumni of the Harriman Institute at Columbia University mark with deep sorrow the passing of Cyrus R. Vance, member of the National Advisory Council of the Institute, and one of this country's leading statesmen. Cyrus Vance's dedication to fostering better relations and mutual understanding between the peoples of the United States and the former Soviet Union, and to negotiating peace in Southeastern Europe, will always exemplify the mission of the ...
VANCE-Cyrus R. The Fellows of the America-China Forum join with the Directors and staff of the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations in recording our deep sorrow in the loss of the vision, leadership, counsel and friendship of Cyrus Vance. A world-respected statesman and outstanding national leader, he brought to the U.S.-China relationship, as he did to an extraordinarily broad agenda of domestic and global issues in which he interested himself, exceptionally wise judgement coupled with un ...
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