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Doubting the official account — that Carl Sr. had killed the Louisiana senator before being gunned down himself — a son sought to clear his father’s name.
Mr. Weiss used class-action suits to reap billions in settlements and legal safeguards for investors and consumers. Then the government prosecuted him.
Mr. Weiss met his future partner, Peter Fischli, in 1977. Their first collaboration involved photos of lunch meat.
Dr. Weiss, an expert on Italian opera, also was the co-author of a widely used anthology of historical documents about music.
Mr. Weiss was a principal in the investigation that led to the discovery of Hitler’s last will and political testament.
Mr. Weiss was a songwriter whose credits include “The Lion Sleeps Tonight’ and “What a Wonderful World.”
Mr. Weiss made major gifts to Cornell, his alma mater, and was chairman of its board of trustees from 1989 to 1997 and a board member for 16 years before that.
Mr. Weiss made major gifts to Cornell, his alma mater, of both time and money, as chairman of the board of trustees from 1989 to 1997 and as a board member for 16 years before that.
Hy Weiss was a music executive from the hardscrabble early days of rock ’n’ roll.
WEISS--Louis, 92. Chemistry Educator. Dear father of Joan (John) Digby and Norman Weiss. Services Sunday 11:30 am, Riverside, 76th and Amsterdam Avenue.
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