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Mr. Graham, who died last week at 99, planned the details of his funeral 10 years ago, befitting a man known to choreograph his mass crusades to the last ... Mr. Graham was particularly close to Presidents Lyndon B. Johnson, Ronald Reagan and George Bush, said Grant Wacker, emeritus professor of ...
Barry Crimmins, an outspoken comedian who, as a result of his own traumatic experiences in childhood, also became an outspoken opponent of child pornography and internet services that enable it, died on Wednesday in Syracuse. He was 64. His wife, Helen Crimmins, announced his death on Twitter.
He lived numerous places in the United States and Europe during his military career and during his lifetime, he met former President Ronald Reagan and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. His two passions in life were his kids and traveling and he loved nothing more than being surrounded by his family. He was a ...
Its principal singer, the baritone George Beverly Shea, who died in 2013, would earn fame as a member of the "Billy Graham team. ... Mr. Graham was a frequent guest of Ronald Reagan, and in January 1991, George H. W. Bush invited him to spend the night at the White House the day before American-led ...
A star of films including Alfred Hitchcock's classic 1960 thriller Psycho and the Roman epic Spartacus, Gavin later became US ambassador to Mexico during Ronald Reagan's administration. He was often hailed as "the next Rock Hudson" at the start of his film career, appearing alongside starlets including ...

Republican U.S. Senate candidate Kelli Ward has made the point several times: President Ronald Reagan's "biggest regret" was granting amnesty as .... Reagan, who died in 2004, indicated that he considered the 1986 law's employer-sanctions program to be crucial in preventing future illegal immigration.
John Gavin, a strikingly handsome Hollywood actor who played romantic leads in the 1950s and ′60s and was the Reagan administration's ambassador to Mexico for five years, a rocky tenure notable for its diplomatic controversies, died on Friday at his home in Beverly Hills, Calif. He was 86. His death ...
Click through the slideshow above for amazing pictures of Reagan with Michael Jackson, Serena and Venus Williams, John Wayne, and even the Rat Pack... Today in 1911, Ronald Wilson Reagan, the future 40th president of the United States, was born in Tampico, Illinois. Serving as U.S. president from ...
"Mr. banks died peacefully on Jan. 25, 2018 surrounded by his loving family and the gracious staff of the Grey Nuns palliative care unit. ... He played for Queen Elizabeth and U.S. President Ronald Reagan. Watch below: In this June 2014 interview, Gord sits down with Tommie Gallie and Tommy Banks.
Throughout most of the world, you must be pretty prominent to have your face featured on your country's currency -- but you don't necessarily need to be dead. For example, Britain's queen Elizabeth II has appeared on coinage in more than 35 countries (that's a Guinness World Record!), including ...
... law by President Ronald Reagan! Undocumented immigrants could come forward and get their documentation, their documents to be here legally. Nationally, over 2.9 million people did so. Years later, when my dad passed away, the Korean language newspaper in Los Angeles carried a short obituary.
In 1981, Iran released 52 Americans it had held hostage for 444 days, minutes after the presidency had passed from Jimmy Carter to Ronald Reagan. In 1993, Bill Clinton was sworn in as the 42nd president of the United States. Actress Audrey Hepburn died in Switzerland at age 63. In 2001, George ...
Thomas N. O'Neill Jr., 89, of Gladwyne, a senior judge for the U.S. District Court in Philadelphia, died Tuesday, Jan. 16, at Bryn ... In June 1983, President Ronald Reagan nominated Judge O'Neill to the federal bench in the Eastern District, and his appointment was confirmed by the U.S. Senate. He took ...
20, 1981, Iran released 52 Americans it had held hostage for 444 days, minutes after the presidency had passed from Jimmy Carter to Ronald Reagan. In 1887, the U.S. Senate approved an agreement to lease Pearl harbor in Hawaii as a naval base. In 1936, Britain's King George V died after his physician ...
During the 1980s, under President Ronald Reagan, the United States poured billions of dollars into that C.I.A.-run effort. The Reagan administration also ... His second wife, Karin Gilbert, who had been his secretary, died in January 2000 in a crash of a light plane in Costa Rica. Mr. Turner was critically ...

John D. Spellman, Washington's last Republican governor and the first King County executive, has died at age 91. Gov. Spellman ... Elected governor in 1980 amid nationwide gains for his fellow Republicans -- including Ronald Reagan's victory over incumbent President Jimmy Carter -- Gov. Spellman ...
The president has sought to isolate himself from questions about his mental state by comparing the attacks to questions raised about then-President Ronald Reagan during the 1980s. Years later, Reagan died of complications related to Alzheimer's disease, and there are questions as to whether Reagan's ...
18, 1986 President Ronald Reagan signed a proclamation declaring the third Monday in January of each year a public holiday in honor of the birthday of King. The annual holiday was not observed by all 50 states until 2000. For many years, several states observed the holiday on the same day with Gen.
In 1066, Edward the Confessor, King of England, died after a reign of nearly 24 years. In 1781 ... In 1983, President Ronald Reagan announced he was nominating Elizabeth Dole to succeed Drew Lewis as secretary of transportation; Dole became the first woman to head a Cabinet department in Reagan's ...
Lentz's 2017 obituary book will include close to 1,200 entries, so the roll call below represents a very, very small sample of the many folks who deserve .... 1,000 residents doesn't technically have a mayor); like Ronald Reagan, he survived an assassination attempt (he was shot with a BB gun by teenagers).
In 1933, the 30th president of the United States, Calvin Coolidge, died in Northampton, Massachusetts, at age 60. ... In 1983, President Ronald Reagan announced he was nominating Elizabeth Dole to succeed Drew Lewis as secretary of transportation; Dole became the first woman to head a Cabinet ...
"With tender feelings we announce that Thomas S. Monson, president and prophet of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, died this evening ... In some ways, Bowman said, the late Mormon prophet resembled Ronald Reagan, a figure who had a definite tone and a clear message, but who was ...
1967: Ronald Reagan. In 1967, Republican Ronald Reagan took the oath of office as the new governor of California in a ceremony that took place in Sacramento shortly just after midnight. AP ... 1974: Tex Ritter. 1974: Tex Ritter. In 1974, "Singing cowboy" star Tex Ritter died in Nashville at age 68. AP ...
1967: Ronald Reagan. In 1967, Republican Ronald Reagan took the oath of office as the new governor of California in a ceremony that took place in Sacramento shortly just after midnight. AP ... 1974: Tex Ritter. 1974: Tex Ritter. In 1974, "Singing cowboy" star Tex Ritter died in Nashville at age 68. AP ...
A potent symbol of womanhood and persistence through her life, EU died Thursday following surgery after falling at her home in Irvine, said Caren ... Ronald Reagan signed a bill banning pay toilets in public buildings, she used the issue in her bid to become secretary of state and received a record 3.4 ...
In 1987, this time as an adviser to a Republican president, Ronald Reagan, on the first Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (known as Start), he wrote in a newspaper opinion article that negotiations over nuclear ... General Rowny's first wife, the former Mary Rita Leyko, whom he married in 1941, died in 1988.
After Pope John Paul died in 2005, Cardinal Law was one of nine prelates who presided at the funeral Masses and among the 115 cardinals who elected Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger as the successor, Pope ... She and Walter F. Mondale lost in a landslide to President Ronald Reagan and George Bush.
President Ronald Reagan could become the latest face to grace Florida license plates under a bill being considered in the Florida Senate. If approved, it ... He died in 2004. "The Alzheimer's issue is so prominent in Florida. We have one of the largest Alzheimer's populations in the country," Guetzloe said.
Lewis Fornoff, Jr., of Manheim, died Thursday, January 18, 2018 in his 90th year, at Hospice and Community Care, Mount Joy. Born June 26 ... He was a delegate to Ronald Reagan's nominating convention and with his wife, they were honored to attend the inaugural ball at the Kennedy Center. Lew was ...
Mr. Tunney's victory margin in 1970 was bigger than that of Ronald Reagan, who was re-elected California governor that year. ... against him, calling Mr. Tunney "a Chappaquiddick waiting to happen," a reference to the 1969 incident in which the political aide Mary Jo Kopechne died when the car in which ...
Larry had the privilege of interviewing countless political and Entertainment personalities including Presidents John F. Kennedy, Richard Nixon, Lyndon Johnson, Gerald Ford, and Ronald Reagan. During his years in broadcasting, Larry and his family lived in Idaho Falls, Idaho, Denver, Colorado, Helena ...
A year and a half after a disastrous attempt to make a film about former President Ronald Reagan starring Will Ferrell, another project has reared its head. This time around, the Reagan family is behind the idea, as his daughter Patti Davis seeks to make a show chronicling Reagan's early life and his time as ...
The run held Oct. 4 to 8 is named for former President and TKE brother Ronald Reagan who died from Alzheimer's-related complications. The fraternity started the fundraiser in 2004 when their head chef - an inducted fraternal brother, found out he had Alzheimer's disease, Piotroski told the Advertiser.
... a SunRail train slammed into a semi Thursday about a mile north of the Altamonte Springs station in Seminole County, according to the Florida highway patrol. The driver of the semi, Stephen Chambers, 40, of Georgia, died at the scene of the crash, near Ronald Reagan Boulevard and Plumosa Avenue.
Paula Roberts looks at pictures included in the National Remembering Our Fallen exhibit at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum Wednesday morning. Through the use of 30 pictorial tribute towers, the memorial honors service men and women who have lost their lives during the war on ...
In 1986, President Ronald Reagan appointed a commission headed by ... Hall of Fame jockey Bill Hartack died in Freer, Texas, at age 74.
Two other presidents have reached the 93 year mark--Ronald Reagan and Jimmy Carter. Reagan died in 2004. In 2016, Carter announced he ...
Combs was embarked aboard the USS Ronald Reagan; Chialastri and Grosso were assigned to the Ronald Reagan. Combs, from Florida ...
... died Wednesday when his navy Greyhound plane crashed over the Philippine sea on its way to the aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan, according to a ... living in Florida, was assigned to the Providers of Fleet logistics Support Squadron aboard the USS Ronald Reagan as part of Carrier Air Wing Five.
22, 2017, while on the way to the USS Ronald Reagan the navy said. ... near Singapore in August, and seven died when the USS Fitzgerald ...
... Japan to the USS Ronald Reagan aircraft carrier, the navy said in a statement. ... Seven sailors died in June when the USS Fitzgerald and a ...
A wrongway driver, who died and killed another driver on the Ronald Reagan (118) Freeway over the weekend has been identified: ...
... Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense under President Ronald Reagan, ... newsletter of every headline and obituary from the last 24 hours.
... a motorcycle on the Ronald Reagan (118) Freeway in the Chatsworth ... The man, who was in his 40s, died at the scene, the coroner's office ...
Ronald Reagan is now remembered by friend and foe alike as a kind, ... the New York Times was typical in the largely fawning obituary it ran, ...
George Popham, Ronald Reagan and Maine's role in America's first ... the brother of the colony's second leader died back in England without ...
... President Ronald Reagan announced his choice of Judge Anthony M. ... Kurt Vonnegut, American author (born this date in 1922, died 2007).
Frye died Nov. ... Cary Grant, Ronald Colman, Ronald Reagan, Irene Dunn, Bette Davis, Olivia de Havilland, Loretta Young, Rosalind Russell, ...


 

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