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Ward B. Pafford, 99: the fourth president of University of West Georgia is credited with providing calm following unrest from the 1960s and early 1970s.
Published in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution on January 24, 2011
RINGWOOD — Services were held for Maynard Baker, 78, of Little River, S.C., who died on Friday, December 14, 2012. He was the father of Robert of this community. Born in Paterson, Mr. Baker...
Jergen AARTHUN Obituary (ToledoBlade)
AARTHUN Jergen Russell "Jug" Jergen Russell "Jug" Aarthun, a former Toledo resident who later lived in Perrysburg, died on Friday, June 1, 2012, at his home in Severn, MD. Active until the end, he...
Published in Toledo Blade on June 7, 2012
(NEWS ARTICLE) Jergen R. "Jug" Aarthun, a retired vice president of Treu House of Munch Inc., the beer distributor his father-in-law co-founded, died Friday in the Severn, Md., home of his daughter...
Published in Toledo Blade on June 6, 2012
Duane Abbajay Obituary (ToledoBlade)
Duane R. Abbajay Duane R. Abbajay, of Toledo, Ohio, passed away Tuesday, August 29, 2017, at Perrysburg Commons. He was 84 years old. Many will know Duane as the long-time proprietor of the...
Published in Toledo Blade from September 1 to September 3, 2017
Duane Abbajay Obituary (toledoblade)
(News story) Duane R. Abbajay, 84, who brought world-famous musicians to downtown Toledo and whose Country Palace became a tourist magnet after its mention in a hit song, died Tuesday in Perrysburg...
Published in Toledo Blade on September 1, 2017
Duane was born on June 2, 1933 and passed away on Tuesday, August 29, 2017. Duane was a resident of Toledo, Ohio at the time of passing. Duane attended Woodward High School, where he was a star...
Published online on September 1, 2017 courtesy of
Writer co-edited an encyclopedia that covers 13 Appalachian states Herald-Leader Staff Report Rudy Abramson, a former Los Angeles Times reporter who co-edited an encyclopedia that covers...
Published in Lexington Herald-Leader from February 15 to February 20, 2008
ACHEBE--Chinua. Chinua Achebe was a brilliant novelist, story teller, and eloquent voice of opposition to the portrayal of Africa's relationship with the West by authors such as Joseph Conrad. He...
Published in The New York Times on March 23, 2013
Chinua Achebe Obituary (AP News)
NEW YORK (AP) — Chinua Achebe, the internationally celebrated Nigerian author, statesman and dissident who gave literary birth to modern Africa with "Things Fall Apart," has died at 82. Achebe...
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