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Jill Paton Walsh, Multigenerational Writer, Dies at 83


Her books for young readers had won acclaim when, in 1994, one for adults made the Booker Prize shortlist — but only after she had resorted to publishing it herself.

John W. Walsh, Who Fought for Cure for Lung Disease, Dies at 68


He was the co-founder of three groups whose mission was to heighten public awareness of the illness, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, and develop a cure.

John E. Walsh, Who Distilled the Bible, Dies at 87


Mr. Walsh was not trained as a scholar, but he became a prodigious researcher and prolific author.

Walter R. Walsh Dies at 106; Terrorized Gangsters and Targets


Mr. Walsh, an F.B.I. legend in the 1930s who joined the Marines during World War II, was still winning handgun awards and coaching Olympic marksmen at 90.

Lawrence E. Walsh, Prosecutor in Iran-Contra Scandal, Dies at 102


As an independent counsel, Mr. Walsh exposed the lawbreaking in the administration of President Ronald Reagan that gave rise to the Iran-contra scandal.

Bill Walsh, Innovator of West Coast Offense, Dies at 75


Mr. Walsh coached San Francisco to three Super Bowl titles and was one of pro football’s most influential figures.

Bill Walsh, former 49ers coach, dies at 75


Bill Walsh, who coached the San Francisco 49ers to three Super Bowl championships in the 1980's and became one of pro football's most influential figures, his passing schemes emulated long after the decline of his dynasty, died Monday. He was 75.

Bill Walsh, college and NFL coach, winner of 3 Super Bowls, dies


SAN FRANCISCO — Bill Walsh, the groundbreaking football coach who won three Super Bowls and perfected the ingenious schemes that became known as the West Coast offense during a Hall of Fame career with the San Francisco 49ers, has died. He was 75.

Bill Walsh, Former 49ers Coach, Dies at 75


Mr. Walsh coached San Francisco to three Super Bowl titles and was one of pro football’s most influential figures.

Thommie Walsh, Dancer and Tony Winner, Dies at 57


Mr. Walsh was a Tony-winning choreographer who also created the role of Bobby in the original production of “A Chorus Line.”

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