BOYDEN GRAY PUBLIC DEFRAUD AND ORGANIZED CRIME CONTINUED
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Wisdom is the principal thing; Therefore get wisdom. And in all your getting, Get understanding. Proverbs 4:7 
THERE IS A DEMON ON THE LOOSE! PLEASE WAKE UP AMERICA! 

HOW DOES BOYDEN GRAY'S DEADLY SCRIPTED HOSPITAL ADMINISTRATION KILLNGS, INDUCED CANCER, DEFRAUD INOCULATION AND OTHER DEADLY PUBLIC DEFRAUD SCRIPTS OPERATE? 
THE AUTHORITY IS NOT VALIDATED. HE GETS TO KILL PEOPLE BECAUSE 
UNAUTHORIZED, DECEPTIVE, AUTHORITY, FRAUD, DEFRAUD, ECONOMIC CREDENTIALING
IS ALLOWED!
FIRST VISIT THE SERIAL KILLER BOYDEN GRAY FAMILY STERILIZATIONS AND EUGENICS AT: 

http://tinyurl.com/4ee2b
Results 176 for "Gordon Gray" Prescott Bush Eugenics. 

http://tinyurl.com/3ltz6
Results 197 for "Gordon Gray" Eugenics.

THE SERIAL KILLER BOYDEN GRAY STERILIZATION FAMILY CURSE HOSPITAL
http://extras.journalnow.com/againsttheirwill/graphics/parttwo_bowman.html
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SERIAL KILLER BOYDEN GRAY'S DOCUMENTED PSYCHOPATHETIC FICTIONAL ADMINISTRATION TITLED: 
COMMISSION ON HUMAN!
http://pipl.com/directory/tags/Commission%2520On%2520Human
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SERIAL KILLER BOYDEN GRAY AND COORS AGAIN!
http://pipl.com/directory/tags/BOYDEN%20GRAY
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SERIAL KILLER BOYDEN GRAY'S EUGENICAL CURSE
http://www.raidersnewsnetwork.com/editoral.php?feature=3077

Clayland Boyden Gray

Clayland Boyden Gray acted as the chief legal officer to President George H.W. Bush (Tarpley and Webster 57). Gray’s personal history is replete with ties to the infamous eugenics movement. In 1946, Gordon Gray, Boyden’s father, would provide Birthright, Inc. with a new headquarters in North Carolina (57-58). Previously known as the Sterilization League of America, Birthright, Inc. was merely another appendage of the eugenics network that had become entrenched within the United States before the rise of Nazi Germany (57). Needless to say, the revelations of the Holocaust constituted a public relations disaster for the eugenics movement. Thus, many eugenical organizations were forced to make some intensive cosmetic adjustments to their operations. The Sterilization League was one such case. First, the League had to change its name during World War II because of the emerging news of Nazi eugenical atrocities (57). Then, the League was forced to decelerate a public revival in Iowa when an Iowan child died shortly after being medically sterilized (57-58). Gordon Gray and several other members of Boyden’s family would prove instrumental in helping the League overcome these setbacks.

Bowman Gray, Boyden’s grandfather, was the principal owner of R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. (58). Bowman’s position in the lucrative tobacco industry would provide Gordon with the necessary funds to establish a eugenics center in Winston-Salem (58). Gordon would invest his inheritance of cigarette stock shares in the founding of the Bowman Gray Medical School, where Dr. Claude Nash Herndon would act as assistant professor of "medical genetics" (58). Herndon worked under the supervision of Gordon’s great aunt, Alice Shelton Gray (58). Alice was the founder of the "Human Betterment League," which was the North Carolina branch of the eugenics movement (58). Between 1946 and 1947, Miss Gray would oversee the Medical School’s bestial experiments in eugenical sterilization (58).

Among one of the Bowman Gray Medical School’s most notable staff members was none other than Dr. Clarence Gamble, heir to the fortune of Proctor and Gamble (58). Dr. Gamble would act as the national field operations chief in a sterilization campaign conducted by the North Carolina eugenical network. Tarpley and Chaitkin synopsize this sordid project:

All children enrolled in the school district of Winston-Salem, N.C., were given a special "intelligence test." Those children who scored below a certain arbitrary low mark were then cut open and surgically sterilized. (58)

As for local press coverage, all the major media organs were controlled by Gordon Gray, who owned the Twin City Sentinel, the Winston-Salem Journal, and the WSJS radio station (59). In regards to the issue of public relations, Dr. Herndon nonchalantly commented: "we had a very good relationship with the press" (59). Not a disparaging word was heard about the Bowman Gray Medical School or the ghastly eugenics project it was conducting.

With the organizational infrastructure in place, North Carolina became an ideal launch pad for the revitalized eugenics movement. In fact, some of the project’s alumni would expand their operations beyond the boundaries of North Carolina. Dr. Herndon, who was the Gray family’s "child-sterilizer," is one case in point (59). In 1953, the good Doctor would become president of the American Eugenics Society (59-60). This organization was part of a much larger eugenical network. The Society’s secretary, Frederick Osborne, would become the first president of the Population Council (59). The Population Council was actually a machination of two oligarchical dynasties: the Dulles and Rockefeller families. Tarpley and Chaitkin briefly recount the origins of the Council:

In 1950 and 1951, John Foster Dulles, then chairman of the Rockefeller Foundation, led John D. Rockefeller III on a series of world tours, focusing on the need to stop the expansion of non-white populations. In November 1952, Dulles and Rockefeller set up the Population Council, with tens of millions of dollars from the Rockefeller family. (59)

Eventually, the American Eugenics Society would move into the office of the Population Council (59). Interestingly enough, the Society was originally headquartered at Yale University, home to the infamous secret order of Skull and Bones (59). Skull and Bones would act as a conduit for several elitist interests, including those of the Rockefeller and Dulles families. Likewise, the American Eugenics Society would act as a conduit for the eugenical initiatives of the power elite. The Society merged with the Population Council and enjoyed prolific growth under Rockefeller patronage (59-60).

Clayland’s eugenical heritage made him a perfect candidate for George H.W. Bush’s staff. Eugenics was a Bush family tradition as well. During his congressional career, so-called "conservative, pro-life, pro-family, Christian" President George Bush Sr. pledged his whole-hearted support to the Planned Parenthood. This organization was merely one more appendage of the eugenical network that had become within America before World War II. Researchers Tarpley and Chaitkin explain:

Although Planned Parenthood was forced, during the fascist era and immediately thereafter, to tone down Sanger’s racist rhetoric from "race betterment" to "family planning" for the benefit of the poor and racial minorities, the organization’s basic goal of curbing the population growth rate among "undesirables" never really changed. Bush publicly asserted that he agreed "1,000 percent" with Planned Parenthood. (195)

Thus, Clayland was available to provide "recommendations" to a White House that would conduct Malthusian depopulation campaigns against the Third World. The peoples of the Third World have always constituted a demographic threat for Malthusians and, no doubt, Clayland’s eugenical heritage made him a perfect candidate for the Bush White House’s war against the weak. Clayland’s personal history certainly calls the CNP’s "conservative, Christian" appearance into question.

In the fourth installment in this ongoing investigation, we shall examine CNP members Nelson Bunker Hunt, Tim LaHaye, Edwin Meese III, Grover Norquist, Pat Robertson, Richard Mellon Scaife, and John Singlaub.

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SERIAL KILLER BOYDEN GRAY AND COORS
February 23, 2007
RaidersNewsNetwork.com

Holland Coors
http://www.raidersnewsnetwork.com/editoral.php?feature=3077
Holland Coors is part of the Coors family dynasty, which made its fortune through the sale of beer. The family has strong ties to neo-Nazis. The Corporate Dirt Archives presents evidence of these ties:

The Coors family has always had strong ties to neo-Nazis. Adolph Coors allowed KKK meetings and cross-burnings on brewery property in Colorado. In 1984, Bill Coors fought against passage of the Civil Rights Act, telling an audience of black businessmen that blacks don't succeed because they "lack intellectual capacity." After encouraging them to go back to Africa, he said that one of the best things slave-drivers did to American blacks "was to drag your ancestors over here in chains" because blacks in America have greater opportunity than those in Africa. ("It’s no accident that Coors is the right beer in America," no pagination)

Coors’ involvement with neo-Nazis also becomes evident through the family’s Heritage Foundation. The Corporate Dirt Archives elaborates:

When Joseph Coors established the Heritage Foundation in 1974, he chose Roger Pearson, an outspoken anti-semite and pro-nazi, as co- editor of the Heritage Foundation publication Policy Review. Pearson is the author of a book on Aryan supremacy called "Race and Civilization", and has been the editor or co-editor of several racist and neo-nazi magazines. ("Coors, the right beer now," no pagination)

Joseph Coors also raised millions of dollars for the Contras (no pagination). Instead of liberating the people of Nicaragua, the Contras ambushed and killed civilians, murdered teachers and medical workers, and destroyed medical centers and schools (no pagination).
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BOYDEN GRAY  
Corporate Crimes
Staff Development Website:
http://www.cwatch.webbler.co.uk/?query=
BOYDEN+GRAY&lid=21#humanrights

Sidelining Human Rights
Making and Breaking the Law
Unsavoury Friends & Clients
Big Tobacco
Anti-Environmental PR
The Gulf War
Other
BOYDEN GRAY 
Corporate Crimes
4.1 Working for Repressive Regimes
4.2 Greenwashing Biotech
4.3 Climate Change
4.4 Stuffing Rio
4.5 Organising anti-environmental action
4.6 Defending Big Tobacco
4.7 Fighting for Environmental Pollution
4.8 Other
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PUT IN BOYDEN GRAY'S NAME AND YOU WILL GET THE BELOW NON EXISTENT, FRAUDLENT, DR. GRAY, NONSENSE.  I WENT INTO THE WEB SITE AND FOUND  JOBS, ABSTRACTS, LABORATORIES, AND DEFRAUD CLINICAL TRIALS. 

THIS IS ONE OF HIS THOUSANDS OR MILLIONS OF DEFRAUD KILLER SITES. HE HAS MANY. IN THIS SITE HE MONITOR'S DOCTOR'S WORLDWIDE. HE HAS A DATA BASE. IT IS http://www.ischemic.net/authorindex.php?subset=aTOb

HE USES THIS SITE TO RECRUIT KILLERS SPECIFICALLY IN THE MEDICAL FIELD. 

BOYDEN GRAY SENDS DEFRAUD, SOME CREDENTIALED AND SOME ECONOMICALLY CREDENTIALED PEOPLE INTO MEDICAL FACILITIES TO KILL OFF HIS TARGETS. THIS IS NOT HARD TO FIGURE OUT. HE USES THEM AS A THIRD PARTY KILLER, BECAUSE IN HIS PSYCHOTIC MIND, BEING A THIRD PARTY, THE KILLER IS EXEMPT AND SO IS THE MASTERMINDER, EVEN IF THE WORLD IS WATCHING.  LET'S TAKE A LOOK. HERE IS THE FRAUDLENT SEARCH ENGINE DR. GRAY RESULTS. 

http://www.google.com/cse?cx=003153105649466126479:nmm2l1-gbhw&cof=FORID:1&q=BOYDEN+GRAY

This is only an index, please consult the main website to perform ...Dr. PA Boyden - Department of Pharmacology, Center for Molecular ..... Dr. RP Byington - Department of Public Health Sciences, Bowman Gray School of ...
www.ischemic.net/authorindex.php?subset=aTOb 

This is only an index, please consult the main website to perform ...... proportion of amyloid precursor protein mRNAs in the gray matter of cerebral cortex. ..... Granulocyte chemotaxis measured in a Boyden chamber assay by ...
www.proteases.org/articleindex.php?year=1993 

This is only an index, please consult the main website to perform ...... and hippocampus but not in the dorsal raphe/periaqueductal gray of rats. ...... 'sparse-pore' polycarbonate (Nuclepore) membranes in the Boyden chamber. ...
www.cytok.com/articleindex.php?year=1990 

This is only an index, please consult the main website to perform ...Simultaneous occurrence of grey platelet syndrome and idiopathic pulmonary .... migration to platelet-derived growth factor in Boyden-type chambers. ...
www.growth-factors.net/articleindex.php?year=1990 

HERE ARE THE HOSPITALS AND JOBS HE SENDS THE KILLERS UNDER DISGUISE TO: 

http://www.ischemic.net/jobsarchive.php

Posting
DateJob TitleEmployerLocation
2007-11-08Registered Nurse
HCA IncRichmond, VA

2007-11-07Physician Assistant Cardiovascular Surgery & Medic
Landmark Medical CenterWoonsocket, RI
2007-11-07Rn - Micu (7p-7a)
Tenet Health -park Plaza HospitalHouston, TX
2007-11-07Cardiologist
Behavioral Health Services IncDallas, TX
2007-11-07General Cardiologists Needed - 2 Locations
Providence Health System-oregonMissoula, MT
2007-11-07Surgical/icu Nursing
Park Plaza HospitalHouston, TX
2007-11-07Registered Nurse Cardiac Surgical (9st)
Aurora Health CareCudahy, WI
2007-11-07Physician Assistants - Ortho
Godwin CorporatonFort Bragg, NC
2007-11-07304821 Permanent / Full Time Rn Telemetry In Olympia, Wa 37.39/hr Total Comp.
Azteria LLCOlympia, WA
2007-11-07Non Invasive Cardiologist
St. Paul Heart Clinic, P.ASaint Paul, MN
2007-11-06Registered Nurse 2
Inova Health SystemFalls Church, VA
2007-11-06Rn - Ccu Day/nights Zero Hours
Sherman Health SystemsElgin, IL
2007-11-06Clinical Documentation Specialist
Boca Raton Community Hospital, IncorporatedFL
2007-11-06Prn - Rn - Micu (7p-7a)
Tenet Health -park Plaza HospitalHouston, TX
2007-11-06Nurse - Multiple Opportunities
Cascade Healthcare Community, Inc.Bend, OR
2007-11-06Nurse: Telemetry
Azteria LLCOlympia, WA
2007-11-06Coronary Care Unit (ccu) Unit Secretary
Robert Wood Johnson HospitalNew Brunswick, NJ
2007-11-05Occupational Therapist
not knownSalem, OR
2007-11-05Nurse, Register Union - Bacc 20560
Park Nicollet Health ServicesSaint Louis Park, MN
2007-11-05Registered Nurse-relief(smc)
CHRISTUS Schumpert Health SystemShreveport, LA

THIS IS AN IDEAL SATANIC PLAN. THE COMPANY/ BOYDEN GRAY IS IN CHARGE OF THE CREDENTIALING VERIFICATION. BOYDEN GRAY PAYS OFF THE HOSPITAL ADMINISTRATOR  TO USE HIS RECRUITMENT SERVICE AND HE GETS TO KILL ANYBODY HE DEEMS. ____________________________________________________________________________

ANOTHER  EXAMPLE OF HOW THIS SATANIST OBSTRUCTS GODLY WALLS OF PROTECTIONS CALLED LAWS, IS BY CREATING DEFACTO, FRAUD BASED, DECEPTIVE AUTHORITY. BELOW YOU WILL SEE HOW HE USES FRAUD CONSULTANTS TO GO IN MAJOR ENTITIES WITH NON EXISTENT AUTHORITY TO TAKE OVER VIA CREATING AUTHORITY THAT DOES NOT EXIST. BOYDEN GRAY HAS MULTIPLE FRAUD CONSULTANT RECRUITMENT CENTERS.  SEE: http://aolsearch.aol.com/aol/search?query=BOYDEN+FRAUD+CONSULTANT&page=1&nt=null&invocationType=topsearchbox.search&clickstreamid=8155401982913260935

THIS IS ONE OF HIS FRAUDCONSULTANT RECRUITMENT ADVERTISEMENTS.

CNN.com - Identity theft: The new way to rob a bank - May 18... 
Matthew Boyden, a U.S. postal inspector who investigates mail fraud, ... A survey published in January by the consulting firm Javelin Strategy & Research ...

www.cnn.com/2006/US/05/18/identity.theft/index.h... - 45k - Similar pages 

http://www.cnn.com/2006/US/05/18/identity.theft/index.html
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TRULY AMAZING DOCUMENTED BOYDEN GRAY FRAUD USING FICTIONAL, SATANIC MASTERMINED, SCRIPTED, NON EXISTENT, AUTHORITY TO TAKE OVER THE DIAMOND INDUSTRY WHILE HE KILLS!

BOYDEN GRAY UNAUTHORIZED POWER AND CONTROL DIAMOND FRAUD SCRIPTS. 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kimberley_Process

IN THE BELOW LINK A BOYDEN GRAY FRAUD SPECIALIST/ACTRESS IS USED WITH NONEXISTENT AUTHORITY TO INTRODUCE PURE FRAUD AUTHORITY TO CONTROL THE DIAMOND INDUSTRY. REMARKABLE!

http://fpc.state.gov/fpc/77713.htm


http://www.state.gov/documents/organization/82187.pdf

http://fpc.state.gov/documents/organization/93475.pdf

http://aolsearch.aol.com/aol/search?query=BOYDEN+GRAY+AFRICA+DIAMONDS&invocationType=spelling

http://chrp.ucop.edu/PDFs/annual_report_2006.pdf

http://www.google.com/search?sourceid=navclient&gfns=1&ie=UT-8&rlz=1T4GGLJ_enUS236US237&q=BOYDEN+GRAY+INDUCED+AIDS+AFRICA
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BOYDEN GRAY DANIEL GALLINSON, HEMPSTEAD UNION ATTORNEY

http://www.google.com/search?sourceid=navclient&gfns=1&ie=UT-8&rlz=1T4GGLJ_enUS236US237&q=BOYDEN+GRAY+DANIEL+GALLINSON

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SERIAL KILLER 
BOYDEN GRAY AND SANDRA FELDMAN

PLEASE NOTE SANDRA FELDMAN WAS THE PRESIDENT OF THE AMERICAN FEDERATION OF TEACHERS ASSOCIATION. ADAM URBANSKI WANTED HER PRESIDENT POSITION AND JOB. HE IS THE ROCHESTER NEW YORK DEFRAUD TEACHERS ASSOCIATION PRESIDENT. HE WORKED WITH HER AS AN AFFILIATE TEACHERS UNION PRESIDENT. HE IS A POWER HUNGRY, INCOMPETENT MEGALOMANIAC, JUST LIKE SERIAL KILLER BOYDEN GRAY. 

ADAM URBANSKI TRIED TO HAVE ME KILLED WHEN I WORKED IN ROCHESTER AND WAS EXCELLING.  CONSEQUENTLY, WHEN I FOUND THE DOCUMENTATION OF HIS KILLING ACTIVITIES, I WARNED SANDRA FELDMAN THAT SHE WOULD BE KILLED VIA DEADLY PATHOGEN ADMINISTRATION. I KNEW INCOMPETENT, POWER HUNGRY ADAM URBANSKI WAS CREEPING TO GET TO HER PRESIDENTIAL POSITION. 

I ALSO INFORMED ASHCROFF, THE FORMER US ATTORNEY GENERAL. MY WARNINGS WERE IGNORED AND SANDRA FELDMAN WAS KILLED AS I WARNED VIA DEADLY PATHOGEN ADMINISTRATION INDUCED BREAST CANCER.

ADAM URBANSKI WORKS WITH SERIAL KILLER BOYDEN GRAY OUT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER MEDICAL KILLING CENTER. SEE THE FIRST FOUR LINKS ON THIS WEB SITE TO THE LEFT.  SERIAL KILLER BOYDEN GRAY IS A BREAST CANCER SPECIALIST WORKING OUT OF THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION. SEE THE BELOW LINK.
http://search.who.int/search?q=BOYDEN+GRAY+BREAST+CANCER&entqr=0&sort=date%3AD%3AL%3Ad1&output=xml_no_dtd&ie=utf8&client=WHO&sitesearch=&ud=1&site=default_collection&oe=UTF-8&proxystylesheet=WHO

http://www.google.com/search?q=SANDRA+FELDMAN+BOYDEN+GRAY&hl=en&rlz=1T4GGLJ_enUS236US237&start=10&sa=N

A Martinez A.J. Buckley A.J. Cook A.J. Johnson A.J. Langer Émilie ... ... Berg Peter Best Peter Billingsley Peter Birrell Peter Boyden Peter Boyle .... Caldwell Sandra Dee Sandra Denton Sandra Dickenson Sandra Feldman Sandra ...
tvscheduler.net/files/Actors.txt - 167k - Cached - Similar pages 

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Cancer Cell : A collection of breast cancer cell lines for the ... The description of the in vitro breast cancer cell line system described ..... Charafe-Jauffret et al., 2006, Feldman et al., 2003 and Lim et al., 2000). ...
linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S153561080600314X
The below link is Serial Killer Boyden Gray's corporate finance ghostwriting fraud and scientific obstructions to subterfuge and compliment his below induced breats cancer via genotoxicity. 
http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S153561080600314X
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SERIAL KILLER BOYDEN GRAY,
SANDRA FELDMAN BREAST CANCER, 
AND THEWORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION 
http://search.who.int/search?q=BOYDEN+GRAY+BREAST+CANCER&entqr=0&sort=date%3AD%3AL%3Ad1&output=xml_no_dtd&ie=utf8&client=WHO&sitesearch=&ud=1&site=default_collection&oe=UTF-8&proxystylesheet=WHO

Results for: BOYDEN GRAY BREAST CANCER Results 1 - 3 of 10 
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[PDF] VINYL CHLORIDE
... viii 8.3.3.6 Breast cancer..... 214 8.3.3.7 Other
cancer sites..... 214 8.4 Genotoxicity ... 
http://whqlibdoc.who.int/ehc/WHO_EHC_215.pdf

[PDF] Total Environment Assessment Model for Early Child Development
Page 1. Total Environment Assessment Model for Early Child Development Evidence
Report Global K n o w le d g e fo r E a r ly C h ild D evelopment ... 
http://whqlibdoc.who.int/hq/2007/a91144.pdf

[PDF] Primary care in the driver’s seat?
Page 1. European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies Series Primary care
in the driver’s seat? Organizational reform in European primary care Edited by ... 
http://whqlibdoc.who.int/euro/2006/0335213650_eng.pdf
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SERIAL KILLER BOYDEN GRAY 
CREATED AND INFLICTED: 
GENETIC VULNERABILTY, 
INFLICTED INFANT MORTALITY RATES
AND POPULATION CONTROL
GUIDELINES
http://search.who.int/search?q=BOYDEN+GRAY+GENETICS&entqr=0&sort=date%3AD%3AL%3Ad1&output=xml_no_dtd&ie=utf8&client=WHO&sitesearch=&ud=1&site=default_collection&oe=UTF-8&proxystylesheet=WHO
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SERIAL KILLER BOYDEN GRAY 
NYS 2008 
BONAFIDE REPLICATED
INDUCED GENETIC TOXICITY
DISGUISED KILLING PROJECT!
http://www.health.state.ny.us/nysdoh/cancer/obcancer/societie.htm
THIS SERIAL KILLER BOYDEN GRAY DNA HUNT AND GENETIC TOXICITY INDUCED CANCER ABOVE MENTIONED REPLICATED DEADLY PROJECT IS A BONAFIDE NYS   DEFRAUD RESEARCH PROGRAM DESIGNED TO DISGUISE  INDUCED CANCER. THIS DEADLY NYS PROJECT IS CALLED REPRESENTED SOCIETIES. WHAT SOCIETIES ARE REPRESENTED? SATANISTS???? THESE PYSCHOPATHETIC  EUGENICISTS USE OUR TAX DOLLARS TO CREATE DEMONIC, DEADLY AND DIVISIVE PROGRAMS THAT SERVE NO OTHER PURPOSE BUT TO INDUCE DISEASE AND BLAME THE MAN MADE DEADLY AND CRIMINAL DISEASE INDUCTION ON GENETICS. THESE ARE DEMONS IN HIGH PLACES AS STIPULATED IN EPHESIANS 6: 10-18.
http://www.health.state.ny.us/nysdoh/cancer/obcancer/societie.htm

Click here: Represented Societies
New York State Department of Health
Genetic Susceptibility
to 
Breast and Ovarian Cancer:
Assessment, Counseling and Testing Guidelines
http://www.health.state.ny.us/nysdoh/cancer/obcancer/societie.htm
THIS IS THE BIGGEST, DEADLIEST, AND MOST PSYCHOTIC PROPAGANDA AND ORGANIZED CRIME OPERATION IN AMERICA, CONSISTENT WITH SERIAL KILLER BOYDEN GRAY'S ABOVE DOCUMENTED BREAST CANCER AND THE BELOW GENERATIONAL CURSED GRAY FAMILY CRIMINAL STERILIZATION HOSPITAL:
http://extras.journalnow.com/againsttheirwill/graphics/parttwo_bowman.html

SEE THE INDUCED CANCER GUIDELINES HERE: 
http://search.who.int/search?q=BOYDEN+GRAY+BREAST+CANCER&entqr=0&sort=date%3AD%3AL%3Ad1&output=xml_no_dtd&ie=utf8&client=WHO&sitesearch=&ud=1&site=default_collection&oe=UTF-8&proxystylesheet=WHO

YOU BE THE JUDGE! COMPARE WITH THE BELOW.
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SERIAL KILLER BOYDEN GRAY DEADLY INFILTRATIONS AND GHOSTWRITING IN THE HEALTHCARE ASSOCIATION OF
NYS
BUILDING SYSTEMS OF BREAST CANCER CARE:
http://www.hanys.org/bcdp/upload/Literature-Review.pdf

ADVERTISED HERE: 
http://www.hanys.org:8080/search/?query=BOYDEN+GRAY&ref=

SEE THE DEADLY CONFLICT OF INTEREST INDUCED BREAST CANCER GUIDELINES HERE: 
http://search.who.int/search?q=BOYDEN+GRAY+BREAST+CANCER&entqr=0&sort=date%3AD%3AL%3Ad1&output=xml_no_dtd&ie=utf8&client=WHO&sitesearch=&ud=1&site=default_collection&oe=UTF-8&proxystylesheet=WHO
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BOYDEN GRAY AND AARON RUSSO INDUCED CANCER

http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&rlz=1T4GGLJ_enUS236US237&q=Search+BOYDEN+GRAY+AARON+RUSSO+CANCER

Giltner Review: OpinionJournal - Best of the Web Today - October 5 ... Boyden replied that in fact my race had actually worked against me. ..... A Thump on the Side of the Head to (1) Aaron Russo (3) Abbas (1) ABC (1) ABCNEWS. ...
pbgiltner.blogspot.com/2007/10/opinionjournal-best-of-web-today_05.html - 250k - Cached - Similar pages 

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BOYDEN GRAY AND KANYE WEST MOM SEARCH ENGINE RESULTS

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It started with the New Orleans blues. 

Now it's so... The White House and the umbrella group, led by lawyer Boyden Gray, ... Rapper Kanye West's Mother Dies  Thompson Hopes to Woo Independents ...

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labeled microscope ! inverted tissue culture microscope with... 
The more likely reichert microscope teknew cream and bath poison ivy antique brass reichert microscopes kanye west comments about race hookes compound ...
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C. Boyden Gray, U.S. Ambassador to the EU
Clayland Boyden Gray, born February 6, 1943, is the United States Ambassador to the European Union. He took that post on January 17, 2006, when President George W. Bush granted him a recess appointment to the post.[1] Prior to that, he was a partner with the law firm Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr. He served as White House Counsel to President George H. W. Bush. He is also a member of the Federalist Society.[2]
Clayland Boyden Gray was the third of four sons born to Gordon Gray and Jane Boyden Craige. His cousin, Lyons Gray, is the chief financial officer of the Environmental Protection Agency. He has one daughter named Eliza and a pig named Penelope.

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A similar suit against Janssen / J & J was filed by the Texas State Attorney General in Dec. 2006. 
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It is illegal--a criminal offense--for a company to promote drugs for unapproved, off-label uses. How, then, does one explain the pharmaceutical companies' widespread promotion of the most toxic patented drugs--i.e. 'atypical antipsychotics'--for off-label uses for even for nursery school children and the fragile elderly--even with FDA's knowledge that these drugs are cutting
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One explanation is the financial incentives drug manufacturers provide to mental health providers--especially to psychiatrists who receive substantial kickbacks for prescribing and recommending to other psychiatrists to prescribe these drugs. 

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Armand Chesler, collections manager, math tutor, husband, father, grandfather, September 28, 2007 
Marcel Marceau, and this page is not above saying he died quietly, September 22 
Specs Powell, swing era drummer, September 22 
Jane Wyman, actress, Ronald Reagan's first wife, September 10 
Brett Somers, Match Game, married to Jack Klugman, September 15 
Paul Sullivan, WBZ radio talk show host, September 9 
Percy Rodrigues, pioneering black actor, September 6 
Madeleine L'Engle, children's writer, "A Wrinkle in Time", September 6 
Alex, talkative African Grey Parrot, September 6 
Luciano Pavarotti, tenor, September 6 
Alfred H. Peet, "grandfather of specialty coffee", founded eponymous coffee and tea company, September 6 
Michael Jackson, not that Michael Jackson, rather, the beer hunter, August 30 
Richard Jewell, falsely accused hero of Atlanta Olympics bombing, August 29 
Hilly Kristal, CBGB founder, August 28 
Paul B. MacCready, inventor, Gossamer Albatross, August 28 
Arthur Jones, inventor, Nautilus exercise machine, August 28 
Primo, owned eponymous Woburn restaurant 
Aaron Russo, producer, Libertarian, August 24 
Leona Helmsley, hotelier, spent 18 months in prison for being mean, August 20 
Betty Matas, in April took a cab from Queens to Arizona, August 20 
Jon Lucien, fusion singer, August 18 
Michael Deaver, advisor to Ronald Reagan, August 18 
Max Roach, jazz drummer, August 15 
Yone Mingawa, at 114, oldest person, August 13 
Phil Rizzuto, The Scooter, shortstop, announcer, August 13 
Brooke Astor, NYC Philanthropist, August 13, at 105 
Merv Griffin, TV Host, got rich creating Jeopardy! and Wheel of Fortune, August 12 
Joybubbles, phone phreak, August 8 
Tommy Makem, hero of Irish folk music, August 1 
Michelangelo Antonioni, Italian director, July 30 
Ingmar Bergman, director, July 30 
Bill Walsh, coach, 49ers, July 30 
Tom Snyder, late-night television host, July 29 
Laszlo Kovacs, cinematographer, July 22 
Lady Bird Johnson, First Lady, July 11 
Doug Marlette, cartoonist: Kudzu, July 10, in a car accident 
Charles Lane, character actor, July 9, at age 102 
Odile Crick, drew double helix for husband, July 5 
George Melly, British trad jazz singer, recently said "As a surrealist, I quite enjoy having dementia", July 5 
Régine Crespin, French soprano, July 4 
Bill Pinckney, last surviving original Drifter, July 4 
Boots Randolph, saxophonist, "Yakety Sax" (Benny Hill), July 3 
Beverly Sills, soprano, July 2 
Liz Claiborne, designer, June 26 
Charles Lindberg, participated in first flag-raising on Iwo Jima, June 24 
Ralph Stayer, sausagier, Johnsonville Brats, June 23 
Bob Evans, sausagier, restaurateur, June 20 
Gianfranco Ferré, Italian designer, June 17 
Randolph F. Dial, convict, lived on the lam with warden's wife, June 13 
Kurt Waldheim, UN secretary general, Nazi, June 14 
Ruth Bell Graham, Mrs. Billy Graham, June 14 
Sir Wally Herbert, walked to North Pole, June 12 
Baron Guy de Rothschild, banker, vintner, June 12 
Don Herbert, "Mr. Wizard", June 12 
Martin Weber, innovated graphics techniques, June 9 
Richard Rorty, philosopher, June 8 
Edwin Traisman, developed McDonald's Fries and Cheez Whiz, June 5, to heart disease 
Marquise Hill, Patriots defensive end, May 27, after saving a friend in a Jet-ski accident 
Homer J. Stewart, aerospace engineer, worked on Explorer I satellite, May 26 
Charles Nelson Reilly, game show fixture, May 25 
Rev. Jerry Falwell, founded Moral Majority, May 15 
Walter Shirra, Jr., only astronaut to fly in Mercury, Gemini and Apollo, May 3 
Tom Poston, comic actor, April 30 
Gordon Scott, played Tarzan in 1950s, April 30 
Mstislav Rostropovich , cellist, conductor, dissident, April 27 
Jack Valenti, instituted MPAA ratings system, April 26 
Bobby "Boris" Pickett, of Somerville, sang "Monster Mash", April 25 
Warren Avis, tried harder and founded eponymous car renter, April 24 
Boris Yeltsin, first freely-elected Russian president, April 23 
David Halberstam, journalist, author, April 23 at 73 in an auto accident 
Helen Walton, WalMart Sam's widow, April 19 
Kitty Carlisle Hart, April 16 
Brant Parker, BC, Wizard of Id (with Johnny Hart, April 7), April 15 
Don Ho, Tiny Bubbles, not nappy-headed, April 14 
Audrey Santo, of Worcester, in coma for 20 years, said to perform miracles, April 14 
Kurt Vonnegut, Jr., author, April 11 
Roscoe Lee Browne, rich-voiced black actor, April 11 
Johnny Hart, BC, Wizard of Id (with Brant Parker, April 15), April 7 
Darryl Stingley, Patriots receiver, paralyzed on the field, April 6 
Jimmy Lee Smith, killer inspired Wambaugh's "The Onion Field", April 6 
Mark St. John, guitarist for Kiss on Animalize album, April 5 
Eddie Robinson, long-time coach at Grambling, April 3 
William Becker, created Motel 6, April 2 
Robert Petersen, published car magazines, March 23 
Cathy Seipp, columnist, blogger, March 21 to lung cancer at age 49, never smoked 
Ann DeChiara Malamud, Bernard's wife, March 22 in Cambridge, MA at 89 
Calvert DeForest, Larry "Bud" Melman, March 21 
Albert Baez, Joan's father, co-invented X-ray reflection microscope, March 20 
Jim Backus, designed Fortran and the Backus-Naur form, March 19 
Bowie Kuhn, baseball commissioner, 1969 to 1984, March 15 
Betty Hutton, blond bombshell in 40s and 50s, March 11 
Richard Jeni, comedian, March 10, suicide 
Martha B. Sosman, Massachusetts SJC justice, voted in minority in Goodrich, March 10 
Ernest Gallo, vintner, March 6 
Brad Delp, singer, Boston, March 9, suicide 
Nils Y. Wessell, Tufts president, March 4 
Thomas Eagleton, McGovern running mate, stepped down after revelations of treatment for mental health, March 4 
Arthur Schlesinger, historian, February 28 
Herman Brix, actor (Tarzan, and other roles as Bruce Bennett), February 24, at 100 
Diane Marie Barry Chesler, wife, mother, cancer survivor, inspiration, February 23 
Dennis Johnson, Celtic, February 22 
Joseph Gallo, cheese maker, brother to wine makers, February 17 
Tom J. Jones, Jr., Woburn Recreation Director, February 16 
Walker Edmiston, voice of Ernie the Keebler elf, February 15 
Robert Adler, Zenith physicist, co-inventor of clicker remote control, February 15, at 93 
Lewis Ferullo, 50-year Woburn Recreation Commission member, February 10, at 90 
Charles Walgreen, Jr., helped build his father’s drugstore chain into America’s biggest, February 10, at 100 
Joe Edwards, Archie Comics, created Li'l Jinx, February 8 
Anna Nicole Smith, February 8 
Fred Mustard Stewart, novelist, February 7 
Ken Kennedy, spearheaded early work on parallelizing compilers, February 7 
Frankie Laine, singer, "That's my Desire", "Rawhide" theme, February 6 
Gian Carlo Menotti, opera composer, founded Spoleto festivals, February 1 
Molly Ivins, liberal columnist, January 31 
Richard Kelley, married President Clinton's mother in 1982, January 31 
Sidney Sheldon, prolific writer, created I Dream of Jeannie, January 30 
Barbaro, a horse is a horse, of course, of course, but this one got a lot of news coverage, January 29 
Elizabeth Tashjian, expert on nuts, January 28 
Emma Faust Tillman, oldest person in the world for 4 days, January 28 
Robert Drinan, priest, congressman, dean of Boston College, January 28 
Marcheline Bertrand, Angelina Jolie's mother, Jon Voight's ex-wife, January 27, age 56 
Emiliano Mercado del Toro, at the time of his death the oldest living person, January 24 
E. Howard Hunt, organized Watergate break-in, January 22 
Denny Doherty, The Mamas and the Papas, January 19 
Julie Winnifred Bertrand, at the time of her death, the oldest woman in the world, January 18, age 11 
Art Buchwald, January 17 
Ron Carey, comic actor, January 16 
Michael Brecker, contemporary jazz saxophonist, January 13 
Alice Coltrane, pianist, John Coltrane's widow, spiritual leader, January 12 
Bradford Washburn, built the Museum of Science, January 10 
Jimmy Kelly, City Councilor, South Boston, January 10 
Maureen Orcutt, golfer, female sportswriter, January 9 
Carlo Ponti, producer, married to Sophia Loren, January 9 
Yvonne De Carlo, Lily Munster, January 8 
Iwao Takamoto, created Scooby-Doo, Penelope Pitstop, Astro, Atom Ant,January 7 
William J. "Doc", former Headmaster of South Boston High School, January 5, 2007 
Momofuku Ando, invented instant Ramen noodles, January 5 
Bernard Meltzer, labor law expert, Nuremberg prosecutor, helped draft UN charter, January 4 
Vincent Sardi, Jr., restaurateur, January 4 
Teddy Kollek, mayor of Jerusalem, January 2 
Gary Betty, CEO, Earthlink, January 2, at age 49 
2006
Saddam Hussein, hanged, December 30 
Frank Campanella, character actor, December 30 
Kathryn Gemme, lifelong Red Sox fan, December 29, at age 113 
Itche Goldberg, Yiddish scholar, 1930s Jewish Communist, December 27, at 102 
Gerald Ford, 38th President of the United States, never elected to national office, December 26, at 93, oldest living former president 
James Brown, Godfather of Soul, December 25 
Frank Stanton, television pioneer, member Harvard Board of Overseers, December 24 
Dennis Linde, songwriter, Burning Love, December 22 
Jerry Burns, a proprietor of the 21 Club, last link to its past as speakeasy, December 21 
Bill Meikle, portrayed Benjamin Franklin on the Freedom Trail, December 19 
Dennis Pinkham, New England Conservatory, music director of King's Chapel, Decmber 18 
Ruth Bernhard, greatest photographer of the nude, December 18, at 101 
Joseph Barbera, animator, December 18 
Denis Payton, Dave Clark Five, December 17 
Larry Zox, Color Field painter, December 16 
Ahmet Ertegun, founded Atlantic Records, December 15 
Mike Evans, Lionel Jefferson, December 14 
Lamar Hunt, founded Kansas City Chiefs, December 13 
Ellis Rubin, flamboyant lawyer, used psychobabble, December 12 
Alan Shugart, disk drive developer, December 12 
Peter Boyle, Young Frankenstein, Everybody Loves Raymond, December 12 
Tom Gregory, said "It's 10 p.m. Do you know where your children are?" for WNEW news, December 11 
Elizabeth Bolden, at time of death oldest living person, December 11, at 116 
Augusto Pinochet, Chilean dictator 1973-1988, December 10 
Fred Marsden, drummer, Gerry and the Pacemakers, December 10 
Georgia Gibbs, had hits with bowdlerized covers of R&B songs, December 9 
Martha Tilton, Sweetheart of Swing, December 8 
Jeane Kirkpatrick, Reagan's UN ambassador, neocon, December 7 
Moses Hardy, second-oldest man in the world, last black US WWI vet, December 7 
JB Hunt, trucker, founded eponymous trucking company, December 7 
William Salcer, inventor, December 6 
Arthur Shimkin, produced records for 'Runny-Nosed Kids', December 4 
Henry Pearson, Op Art painter, December 3 
Jack E. Robinson Sr, Republican, pres of Boston chapter of NAACP, father of contender for Ted Kennedy's seat, December 2 
Sid Raymond, character actor, voice of Baby Huey, December 1, 97 
Claude Jade, actress in Truffaut films, December 1 
Perry Henzell, director of The Harder They Come, November 30 
Emmett Kelly Jr, circus hobo clown, November 29 
Joann Weber, co-owner of Lowell Spinners, November 29 
Robert Volpe, art cop, NYPD, November 28 
Rose Mattus, co-creator with her husband of Häagen-Dazs ice cream, November 28 
Elliot Welles, Nazi hunter, lived in the Bronx, November 28 
Don Butterfield, jazz tuba, November 27 
James Hekimian, academic, president of Mugar Group, November 27 
Casey Coleman, Cleveland Browns announcer, son of Red Sox announcer Ken Coleman, November 27 
Dave Cockrum, illustrator, X-Men, November 26 
William Diehl, novelist "Primal Fear", Nov. 24 
Robert McFerrin, first Black man to sing solo at the Metropolitan Opera, father of Bobby, November 24 
Anita O'Day, Jezebel of Jazz, November 23 
Betty Comden, producer, lyricist with Adolph Green (d. October 2002), "On the Town", "Singin' in the Rain", November 23 
Roy Newell, American Abstract Expressionist painter, November 22 
Chris Hayward, writer, Dudley Do-Right, co-creator, The Munsters, November 20 
Robert Altman, director, M*A*S*H, Nashville, November 20 
Jeremy Slate, One Life To Live, nearly 100 TV shows, November 19 
Bo Schembechler, OSU coach, November 17 
Milton Friedman, economist, November 16 
Jack Palance, Shane, City Slickers, November 10 
Ed Bradley, 60 Minutes, November 9 
Ernestine Gilbreth Carey, wrote Cheaper by the Dozen, November 4 
Bettye Ackerman, Dr. Maggie Graham on Ben Casey, November 1 
William Styron, novelist, Sophie's Choice, November 1 
P.W. Botha, South African defender of apartheid, October 31 
Silas Simmons, longest-living professional baseball player (Negro leagues), October 29, age 111 
Red Auerbach, Celtics coach, October 28 
Joe Niekro, knuckleballer, October 27 
Nelson de la Rosa, world's shortest actor, October 22 
Jane Wyatt, Father Knows Best, October 20, age 96 
Mary Gay Taylor, CBS newsradio, October 20 
Phyllis Kirk, House of Wax, October 19 
Tommy Johnson, played the Jaws theme music with his tuba, October 16 
Gary Studds, first openly gay congressman, October 14 
Freddy Fender, "Before the Last Teardrop Falls", October 14 
Cory Lidle, Yankee pitcher, pilot, now pitching to Thurman Munson, October 11 
Ray Noorda, founded Novell, October 9 
Rich Pedroli, Herald editor, October 2 
Tamara Dobson, Cleopatra Jones, October 2 
Frances Bergen, Edgar's wife, Candice's mother, October 2 
John Larkin Thompson, president of Blue Cross Blue Shield, civically engaged CEO, ~Sept 27 
Iva Toguri D'Aquino, convicted of treason as Tokyo Rose, September 26 
"Lord" Byron Nelson, golfer, September 26 
Edward Albert, Eddie's son, September 22 
Danny Flores, played saxophone and shouted "Tequila!", September 19 
Elizabeth Allen, gave introductions to Jackie Gleason, September 19 
Ed King, governor of Massachusetts, 1978-1982, September 18 
Mary Bromley, Woburn librarian 
Patricia Lawford Kennedy, September 17 
Mickey Hargitay, Jayne Mansfield's husband, Mariska's dad, September 14 
Ann Richards, preceded George W. Bush as governor of Texas, September 13 
Pat Corley, barkeep on Murphy Brown, coroner Wally Nydorf on Hill Street Blues, September 11 
Tyron Garner, had conviction for engaging in sodomy with Lawrence in Texas overturned by Supreme Court, September 11 
Daniel Smith, Anna Nicole's son, September 10 
King Taufa’ahau Tupou IV, of Tonga, held records for largest monarch, highest pole vault by a Tongan, had long reign of 41 years, September 10 
Robert Earl Jones, James' dad, September 7 
Paul Van Valkenburgh, falsely claimed to have written “Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polka Dot Bikini” as Paul Vance (who was erroneously listed in an AP obit), September 6 
Steve Irwin, Crikey!, September 4 
John Conte, actor, September 4 
Dewey Redman, jazz saxophonist, September 2 
Nellie Connaly, former Texas first lady, last survivor among those who were in JFK's limousine when he was assassinated, September 1 
Glenn Ford, leading man in Westerns, August 30 
Bill Stumpf, designed Aeron ergonomic chair, August 30 
Dorothy Harmsen, created Jolly Rancher candies, August 29 
Melvin Schwartz, Nobel laureate, Physics, Bronx Science '49, August 28 
Maria Esther de Capovilla, at the time of her death at age 116, the world's oldest living person, August 27 
William Garnett, aerial photographer, August 26 
Willian Norris, founded Control Data,, August 21 
Joe Rosenthal, photographed iconic flag-raising on Mt. Suribachi, Iwo Jima, August 20 
Robert K. Hoffman "69, co-founder of National Lampoon, August 20 
Queen Te Arikinui Dame Te Atairangikaahu of the Maori, August 15 
Bruno Kirby, character actor, August 14 
Nathan Sloane, of Belmont, MA, made Charleston Chews, August 13 
Mike Douglas, TV host, August 11 
Ken Richmond, rang gong at start of Rank Studio films, August 3 
Rufus Harley, jazz bagpiper, July 31 
Frederick Kilgour, developed the Ohio College Library Center (OCLC), July 31 
Ezra Fleischer, studied and cataloged the Cairo Geniza, helped shed new light on the development of the early synagogue and Jewish prayer, July 25 
Bill Meistrell, Body Glove co-founder, July 25 
C. Frederick Mosteller, pioneer in using statistics, July 23 
Dika Newlin, professor, Schoenberg student turned punk rocker, July 22 
Mako, July 21 
Harry Olivieri, co-inventor of Philly Cheesesteak, July 20 
Jack Warden, July 19 
Robert Brooks, chairman of Hooters, July 16 
Andy Sudduth, Harvard oarsman, July 15 
Rupert Pole, one of the two simultaneous husbands of Anaïs Nin, Harvard "40, mother later married son of Frank Lloyd Wright, July 15 
Red Buttons, July 13 
Kurt Krueger, actor, portrayed Nazis, July 12 
Barnard Hughes, character actor, won Tony for "Da", July 11 
Bill Miller, pianist for Frank Sinatra, July 11 
Hugh Stubbins, architect, Citicorp Center, July 9 
June Allyson, July 8 
Ralph Ginzburg, publisher, fought for First Amendment, convicted of obscenity for attempting to have magazine mailed from Intercourse, PA, July 6 
Syd Barrett, co-founded Pink Floyd, July ? 
Ken Lay, convicted Enron founder, July 5 
Patsy Ramsey, Jon Benet's mother, June 24 
Aaron Spelling, Tori's dad, June 23 
Moose, played Eddie on Frasier, Skip in My Dog Skip, June 22 
E. Pierce Marshall, Anna Nicole's stepson, June 2? 
Malcolm Soll, known on radio as "Austin of Boston", June 4 
Ed Connolly, state representative, former Everett mayor, May 25 
Lloyd Bentsen, knew Jack Kennedy, May 23 
Roland Robidoux, sect leader, May 16 
Floyd Patterson, champion boxer, May 11 
Lillian Gertrud Asplund, last American survivor of the Titan, last survivor who was older than an infant and remembered the event, May 6, at age 99 
Sister Rose Thering, battled anti-Semitism within Catholic Church 
Drexel Sprecher, prosecutor at Nuremberg, March 18 (announced in early May. Belle Zeck, another Nuremberg prosecutor, also died March 18 
Earl Woods, Tiger's father and first coach, May 3 
Elma Gardner Farnsworth, helped husband Philo T. Farnsworth develop television, May 4 
Joe Green, WBZ Traffic Helicopter reporter, May 3 
John Kenneth Galbraith, economist, April 29 
Jane Jacobs, author, "The Death and Life of Great American Cities", April 25 
Rabbi Moses Teitelbaum, grand rabbi of Satmar Hassidim, April 24 
Robert Wegman, supermarket innovator, April 20 
Scott Crossfield, first to fly Mach 2, in 1953, in a crash of the Cessna 210 he was piloting, April 20, at age 84 
Dimitri Hadzi, sculptor, April 16 
June Pointer, youngest Pointer Sister, April 11 
Charlie Doe, founded Ninety Nine restaurant chain, April 9 
Gene Pitney, sang "Town Without Pity", April 5 
Caspar Weinberger, Reagan's defense chief, March 28 
Stanislaw Lem, author, March 27 
Buck Owens, country star, listened to by CCR, March 25 
Sarah Caldwell, impressario, March 23 
William Francis, chaplain, Boston PD, March 20 
Bill Beutell, news anchor, March 18 
Oleg Cassini, designer, March 17 
Peter Tomarken, game show host, "Press Your Luck", in a plane crash as he was piloting his plane on a volunteer medical mission, March 13 
Maureen Stapleton, won Oscar, didn't portray Edith Bunker, smoked, March 13, at age 80 
Slobodan Milosovic, March 11 
Bernie Geoffrion, popularized slapshot, March 11 
Anna Moffo, beautiful soprano, married Robert Sarnoff, March 9 
John Profumo, British political career ended in 1963 scandal, described in 1989 movie of that name, March 9 
Dana Reeve, widow of paralyzed Christopher Reeve, didn't smoke, March 6 to lung cancer at age 44 
Kirby Puckett, Hall of Fame Outfielder, March 6, to a stroke at age 45 
Joe Tecce, restaurateur, March 6, age 94 
Richard Kukinski, Mafia hitman known as The Iceman, March 5 
Harry Browne, Libertarian writer, Libertarian Party candidate for president 1996 and 2000, March 1 
Darren McGavin, Kolchak the night stalker, February 25 
Don Knotts, February 24 
Dennis Weaver, McCloud, February 23 
Bruce Hart, "Sesame Street" lyricist, February 21 
Curt Gowdy, February 20 
William Cowsill, lead eponymous band, February 18 
Bettie Wilson, at age 115, had been considered the oldest living person after the death of Emma Johnston on December 1, 2004, until Elizabeth Borden was verified in April 2005, February 13 
Peter Benchley, February 11 
Jockey Shabalala, Ladysmith Black Mambazo, February 11 
Friedrich Engel, SS Major, Butcher of Genoa, February 5 
Betty Friedan, The Feminine Mystique, February 4, her 85th birthday 
Al Lewis, Grandpa Munster, February 3, reportedly at age 95 
Coretta Scott King, widow, January 31 
Wendy Wasserstein, playwright, The Heidi Chronicles, January 30, to lymphoma 
Dave Tatsuno, filmed inside WWII internment camp, January 26 
Wilson Pickett, Mustang Sally, January 19 
Shelley Winters, The Poseidon Adventure, Lolita, January 14 
Lou Rawls, singer, January 6 
2005
Rona Jaffe, novelist, December 30 
Vincent Schiavelli, droopy-eyed character actor, December 26 
John Diebold, computer visionary, unrelated to eponymous company, December 26 
Michael Vale, played Fred the Baker (time to make the donuts), December 24 
Vincent "the Chin" Gigante, head of the Genovese crime family , December 19 
Jack Anderson, muckraking columnist, December 17 
John Spencer, West Wing, LA Law, Patty Duke Show, December 16, to a heart attack days before his 59th birthday 
Sen. William Proxmire, issued Golden Fleece awards, December 15 
Rodney William Whitaker, wrote as Trevanian (The Eiger Sanction), December 14 
Richard Pryor, December 10 
Sen. Eugene McCarthy, ran for President in 1968, December 10 
William (R.W.) Bradford, Libertarian publisher (Liberty), December 8 
Stan Berenstain, wrote books about Bears, November 26 
Pat Morita, The Hip Nip, Arnold, Mr. Miyagi, November 24 
Ralph Edwards, Voice of The Jimmy Fund, November 23 
Skitch Henderson, led the Tonight Show band, founded New York Pops, November 1 
Michael Piller, producer, The Dead Zone, Star Trek, November 1 
Enid Annenberg Haupt, philanthropist, endowed eponymous conservancy at NY Botanical Gardens, October 25 
Rosa Parks, October 24 
Tony Adams, produced Pink Panther movies, October 22 
Gordon Lee, Porky in The Little Rascals, October 16 
Louis Nye, said "Hi Ho Steverino", October 9 
Charlie Rocket, said "Fuck" on Saturday Night Live in 1981, October 7, by his own hand 
Nipsey Russell, October 2 
Leo Sternbach, invented Valium and Klonopin, September 28 
Don Adams, Agent 86 was 82, September 25 
Simon Weisenthal, Nazi hunter, September 19 
Stanley Burnshaw, Robert Frost's editor, September 16 
Sid Luft, was married to Judy Garland, September 15 
William Rehnquist, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, September 3 
Bob Denver, Gilligan, Maynard G. Krebs, September 2 
Hendrikje Van Andel-Schipper, at the time of her death at age 115 years, 62 days, the oldest living person in the world, August 30 
Robert Moog, Bronx Science '52, developed eponymous synthesizer, August 21 
Judith Rossner, author, Looking for Mr. Goodbar, August 9 
Matthew McGrory, 7-foot-2-inch actor who played "Karl the Giant" in the 2003 movie "Big Fish", August 9 
Barbara Bel Geddes, Miss Ellie Ewing, August 8 
Peter Jennings, anchorman, August 7 
Robin Cook, British MP, former Foreign Secretary, not the author, August 6 
King Fahd, of Saudi Arabia, August 1 
Hildegarde, first singer with only one name, July 29 
Pat McCormick, comedian, July 29 
James Doohan, Scotty, July 20 
Gen. William Westmoreland, commanded US forces in Vietnam, July 18 
Evan Hunter, author (wrote police procedurals as Ed McBain), July 6 
L. Patrick Gray III, led FBI during Watergate instead of deputy W. Mark Felt (Deep Throat), July 6 
Adm. James Stockwell, "Who am I? Why am I here?", July 5 
Hank Stram, coached Kansas City Chiefs, July 4 
Gaylord Nelson, "Father of Earth Day", July 3 
William Brink, wrote headline "Ford to City: Drop Dead", July 1 
Luther Vandross, July 1 
Shelby Foote, Civil War historian, June 27 
John Fiedler, voice of Piglet, June 25 
Paul Winchell, voice of Tigger, ventriloquist of Jerry Mahoney, inventor, June 24 
Cardinal Sin, of the Philipines, great name, June 21 
Jack Kilby, inventor of the microchip, June 20 
Percy Arrowsmith, at the time of his death held the record for longest marriage (80 years) and oldest aggregate age for a married couple (105 for him, 100 for his wife Florence), June 15 
Linda Hamilton, June 13 
Lane Smith, actor, Son-in-law, My Cousin Vinny, June 13 
Dana Elcar, actor, MacGyver, June 6 
Anne Bancroft, June 6 
Lorna Thayer, actress, waitress in chicken salad scene in Five Easy Pieces, June 4 
Charles Mirak, owned eponymous auto dealership, June 3 
Eddie Albert, character actor, Oliver Wendell Douglas, May 26, at 99 
Howard Morris, comic actor, Ernest T. Bass, Your Show of Shows, some animation voices, May 22 
Thurl Ravenscroft, voice of Tony the Tiger, May 22 
Anthony Athanas, founder and president of Anthony's Pier 4 restaurants, May 20 
Henry Corden, succeeded Alan Reed as voice of Fred Flintstone, May 19 
Frank Gorshin, May 17 
Ellis Page, developed a computer essay-grading progam, May 17 
Albert Marshall, the last surviving British cavalryman to serve in World War I, May 16 
George B. Dantzig, developed the simplex algorithm, start of linear programming, May 13 
Lloyd Cutler, White House counsel for Carter and Clinton, May 8 
Peter Rodino, led Watergate hearings, May 7 
Leonid Khachiyan, advanced linear programming beyond simplex method, April 29 
Mason Adams, editor on "Lou Grant", narrator for Smucker's, April 26 
Wilson A. Siebert, Jr., wrote slogans including "A few good men" and "My beer is Rheingold, the dry beer", April 20 
Stephen Boursy, Usenet (ne.general, etc.) net.kook known as Speedbump, April 17 
Johnnie Johnson, Chuck Berry's "Johnny B. Goode", April 13 
Andrea Dworkin, called marriage "a legal license to rape", April 9 
Prince Ranier Grimaldi III of Monaco, married Grace Kelly, April 6 
Saul Bellow, author, April 5 
Charles Shannon, State Senator, Winchester, MA, April 5 
Dale Messick, created Brenda Starr in 1940, April 5, age 98 
Karol Wojtyla, Pope John Paul II, April 2 
Frank Perdue, tough man, made tender chickens, March 31 
Terry Schiavo, husband controversially exercised her right to die, March 31 
Johnnie Cochran, "If it does not fit, you must acquit", March 29 
James Callaghan, British PM, March 26 
Paul Henning, created "The Beverly Hillbillies", wrote its theme song, March 25 
Judge Bruce McMarion Wright, "Turn 'Em Loose Bruce", March 24 
Bobby Short, iconic Manhattan cabaret singer, March 21 
John Z. DeLorean, automaker, March 19 
Andre Norton, science fiction author, March 17, 93 
Dick Radatz, pitcher for the Red Sox, March 16 
Bruce Butterworth, owned and operated Pewter Pot restaurant chain, March 11 
Danny Joe Brown, singer for Molly Hatchet, March 10 
Sy Wexler, made classroom films, March 10 
Katherine Lathrop, pioneer in isotopes, participated in Manhattan Project, March 10 
Redmond Simonsen, war games publisher, SPI, March 9 
Larry Bunker, drummer for Peggy Lee, Stan Getz, March 8 
Hans Bethe, nuclear physicist, March 6 
George Atkinson, opened first video rental store in 1977, March 3 
Jef Raskin, father of the Apple Macintosh, February 26 
Peter Benenson, founded Amnesty International, February 25 
Uli Derickson, TWA flight attendant during 1985 hijacking, February 25 
Edward Patten, Pip, February 25 
Simone Simon, actress in 1942 Cat People, February 22, 93 
Hunter Thompson, gonzo journalist, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, by his own hand, February 20 
John Raitt, Carousel, The Pajama Game, February 20 
Sandra Dee, Gidget, February 20 
Dan O'Herlihy, character actor, Fail-Safe, RoboCop, February 17 
Nicole DeHuff, took volleyball to face in Meet the Parents, February 16, to complication from pneumonia at age 30 
Roger Riehl, invented the Synchronar LED watch, February 16 
Eleanor Gould Packard, Grammarian, The New Yorker, February 13 
Sister Lucia Marto, said she saw visions at Fatima in 1917, February 13, 97 
Arthur Miller, death of a playwright, February 10, at age 89 
Samuel Alderson, invented the crash test dummy, February 11 
James Porter, defrocked priest in abuse scandal, February 11, 70 
Robert Kearns, invented intermittent wiper blades, won multimillion-dollar judgments against Ford Motor and Chrysler for using his idea, February 9 
Jimmy Smith, jazz organist and pioneer, February 8 
Keith Knudsen, drummer for the Doobie Brothers, February 8 
George Herman, CBS correspondent, February 8 
Ossie Davie, actor, February 4 
Ernst Mayr, "Darwin of the 20th century", February 3 
Max Schmeling, German boxer, February 2 
John Vernon, Dean Wormer in Animal House, February 1 
Eric Griffiths, guitarist for the Quarrymen, before they evolved into the Beatles, January 29 
David Lerchey, sang with the Del Vikings, January 29 
Jim Capaldi, drummer with Traffic, January 28 
Ray Peterson, sang Tell Laura I Love Her, January 25 
Vicki LaMotta, born in the Bronx, marriage to boxer Jake LaMotta was portrayed in Raging Bull, posed nude for Playboy in 1981 when she was 51, to show that life does not end at 30, January 25 at age 75. 
Johnny Carson, January 23 
David Nyhan, Boston Globe columnist, after shoveling snow, January 23 
Consuelo Velázquez, wrote Bésame Mucho in 1941, January 22 
Rose Mary Woods, erased 18 minutes of a Nixon White House tape, January 22 
Neal Knox, "the most influential voice in the fight for gun rights", January 17 
Charles Bell, former McDonald's CEO, January 17 at age 44 to colorectal cancer. See James Cantalupo, April 19, 2004. 
Virginia Mayo, January 17, age 84 
Ruth Warrick, played Mrs. Citizen Kane, and Phoebe on All My Children, January 15, age 88 
Jay Schulberg, authored "Got Milk?", January 12 
Thelma White, peddled demon weed in Reefer Madness, January 11, age 94 
Jimmy Griffin, founder of Bread, January 11, at age 61 
Spencer Dryden, drummer, Jefferson Airplane, January 10, age 66 
Rosemary Kennedy, oldest sister of President John F. Kennedy and the inspiration for the Special Olympics, January 7, at age 86 
Norm Resha, Boston sports radio host, January 7, at age 59 
Danny Sugarman, fan and teenaged manager of The Doors, married Fawn Hall, January 5, at age 50 
2004
Artie Shaw, December 30, age 94 
Jerry Orbach, December 28 
Susan Sontag, December 27 
Charles P. "Chuck" Demas, ne.* Usenet contributor, December 10 at age 57 
David Brudnoy, December 9 
Jerry Scoggins, sang Ballad of Jed Clampett, December 7 
Will Eisner, comic book artist, created the graphic novel, December 3, at age 87 
Verona Johnston, at the time of her death the oldest person in the United States, second-oldest in the world, at age 114, December 1 
Cathleen Sullivan, Woburn commentator, Tally Ho!, ~November 
Arthur Haley, author, "Airport", "Hotel", November 24 
Ancel Keys, invented WWII K-ration, November 20, age 100 
Fred Hale, Sr., at the time of his death 12 days shy of his 114th birthday, the world's oldest documented man. Watched the Red Sox win the World Series last month for the first time in 86 years, November 19 
Rose Steinberg, teacher, Walton High School, November 19 
Reed Irvine, founded Accuracy in Media, November 16, age 82 
Russell Jones, rapper ODB of the Wu-Tang Clan, November 13, in a recording studio two days shy of 36 
Lelio "Les" Marino, founder and CEO of Big Dig contractor Modern Continental, November 12 
Yasser Arafat, November 10 
Howard Keel, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, November 7 
Leo McElhiney, former Woburn Chief of Police, October 29 
The Curse of the Bambino, October 27 
A. David Mazzone, Judge who ordered Boston Harbor cleanup, October 25 
Robert Merrill, born Moishe Millstein, sang the National Anthem at Yankee Stadium (also sang opera), October 23 while watching the first game of the World Series 
Sam Lender, with his brothers turned his father's Connecticut bakery into the national frozen bagel company that bears his name, October 17 
Pierre Salinger, press secretary to President Kennedy, October 16, in France 
John McNamara, Bronx historian, October 15 
Christopher Reeve, Superman, October 10 
Johnny Kelley, Boston Marathon legend, October 6, at age 97 
Rodney Dangerfield, October 5, at age 82 
Maurice Wilkins, shared Nobel Prize with Francis Crick (see July 28) and James Watson for his X-ray diffraction methodologies that allowed for better pictures of the DNA molecule, October 5 
Gordon Cooper, astronaut, October 4 
Janet Leigh, October 3 
Donald Douglas, Jr., developed DC-8 and DC-9, president, and son of the founder of Douglas Aircraft, October 3 See Willis M. Hawkins, Sept. 28 
Richard Avedon, fashion photographer, September 30 
Scott Muni, DJ, Sept 28 
Geoffrey Beene, Sept 28 
ER Haggar, of the eponymous slacks, Sept 28 
Willis M. Hawkins, designed C-130 Hercules, Sept 28 See Donald Douglas, Jr., October 3 
Professor Mack, Alien abduction researcher, Sept 27 
Russ Meyer, master of sexploitation filmmaking, Sept 19 
Eddie Adams, photojournalist during Vietnam War, Sept 18 
Dr. Katharina Dalton, discovered PMS, Sept 17 
Dorothy "Dot" Slamin Hill, led Waltham American Legion Band, Sept 16 
Donald Gardner, wrote "All I want for Christmas is my Two Front Teeth", Sept 15 
Johnny Ramone, Sept 15 
Fred Whipple, Harvard astronomer, proposed "dirty snowball" theory of comets in 1950, August 30 at age 97 
Laura Branigan, sang Gloria, August 26 
Judge Paul Garrity, ordered cleanup of Boston Harbor, August 21 at 66 
Czeslaw Milosz, Nobel laureate anti-Communist poet, August 14 
Julia Child, The French Chef, three days shy of 92 years old, August 12 
Bill Martin, Jr., author of "Brown Bear, Brown Bear What Do You See?", ~August 12 
Fay Wray, played opposite King Kong, August 8 
Red Adair, oil well firefighter, August 7 age 89 
Henri Cartier-Bresson, French photographer, captured the "decisive moment", weeks shy of 96 years old, August 2 
Francis Crick, Nobel laureate for DNA, July 28 See Maurice Wilkins, October 5 
Edward Pietek, flew escort to Nagasaki atomic bomb (see Charles Sweeney, 10 days earlier), July 25 
Fred Larue, rumored to be Watergate Deep Throat, July 24 
Illinois Jacquet, jazz saxophonist, 81, July 22 
Jerry Goldsmith, composer, July 21 
Charles Sweeney, of Milton, Massachusetts, piloted Bockscar, the B-29 that dropped the atomic bomb on Nagasaki, July 15 
Isabel Stanford, Weezie Jefferson, July 9 
Jeff Smith, Frugal Gourmet, July 7 
Laurence Rockefeller 
Marlon Brando, July 1 
Ray Charles, June 10 
Roosevelt Brown, Hall of Fame tackle, June 9 
President Ronald Reagan, June 5 
William Manchester, author, JFK confidant, June 2 
Alberta Martin, last living Civil War widow, May 31 
Adelene Pronski, special education teacher, Goodyear School, May 30 
Ruth Boyden, at age 104 Woburn's oldest person, May 29 
Ramona Trinidad Iglesias Jordan, at age 114 world's oldest person, May 29 
Archibald Cox, Watergate special prosecutor, May 29 
Francis Brunn, European circus juggler, May 28 
Walter Beinecke Jr., elitist, commercialized Nantucket out of reach of the little people, May 23 
Tony Randall, May 17 
David Reimer, born male, raised as girl in famous medical experiment after a botched surgery, and later reasserted his male identity, by his own hand, May 4 
Estee Lauder, Apr 24 
James Cantalupo, McDonald's CEO, at franchisee convention. See Charles Bell, January 17, 2005. Apr 19 
Harry Babbitt, singer, voice of Woody Woodpecker, Apr 9 
Alistair Cooke, Mar 29 
Peter Ustinov, Mar 28 
Brian Maxwell, founded PowerBar, Mar 19 
John Henry Williams, controversial son of Ted Williams, of leukemia at age 35, Mar 4 
Marge Schott, controversial Reds owner, Mar 2 
Coates, oldest male American, Feb 28 
McSorley, Geoghan victim, Feb 23 
Madge you're soaking in it, Feb 18 
Popcorn guy 
Jack Paar, Tonight Show host, January 27 
Bob Keeshan, Captain Kangaroo, January 23 
Ann Miller, dancer, January 22 
Tug McGraw, told Mets fans You gotta believe, January 5 
Elma Lewis, racial patron of the arts, January 1 
2003
Frank Giuffrida, founded Hilltop Steakhouse, December 31 
John Gregory Dunne, author, Dec 30 
Earl Hindman, unseen neighbor on Home Improvement, December 29 
George Elliott, warned of Japanese attacking Pearl Harbor, December 20 
Hope Lange, actress, December 19 
Charles Berlitz, author on paranormal, grandson of founder of language school, December 18 
Keiko, orca, Free Willy, December 12 
Gertrude Ederle, first woman to swim Channel, Nov 30 
Harold von Braunhut, sold Sea Monkeys, X-Ray Specs, member KKK and Aryan Nations, Nov 28 
Jonathan Brandis, young actor, Nov 21 
Carl Torrice, Woburn Schools, Nov 19 
Gene Anthony Ray, Leroy from Fame, Nov 18 
Thomas McGreevey, Friend of the Middlesex Fells, Nov 18 
Arthur Conley, sang "Sweet Soul Music", Nov 17 
Lawrence Tisch, millionaire, Nov 15 
John Saunders, Cartoonist, Mary Worth, Steve Roper, Nov 15 
Penny Singleton, played Blondie, voiced Jane Jetson, Nov 12 
Art Carney, Nov 11 
Madame Chang Kai-Chek 
Fred Berry, Rerun, Oct 22 
Jack Elam, Western Character Actor, Oct 22 
Oldest living man, undocumented, Cambodia, Age 122, ~Oct 20 
Willie Shoemaker 
Joan Kroc 
Oldest living American woman, age 113, ~Oct 11 
John Dunlop, scholar, Harvard Dean of Faculty of Arts and Sciences, 1970-1973, October 2 
Robert Palmer, September 26 
George Plimpton, September 25 
Gordon Jump, played lonely Maytag repairman, September 22 
Johnny Cash, the Man in Black, September 12 
John Ritter, on the set of his come-back sitcom Eight Simple Rules at age 54, September 11 
Edward Teller, father of the H-Bomb, at age 95, and like Riefenstahl, one who upon hearing the obituary, the reaction is "I didn't realize he was still alive", September 9 
Leni Riefenstahl, Hitler's filmmaker, September 8 
Warren Zevon, September 7 
Charles Bronson, August 30 at age 81 
John Geoghan, defrocked priest, murdered in prison, August 23 
Bobby Bonds, 30-30 Major Leaguer, August 23 at age 57 
Franklin L. Ford, Harvard Dean of Faculty of Arts and Sciences, 1962-1970, August 31 
Columbia Provost 
Archie C. Epps III, Harvard dean of students 1971-1999, August 21 
Ken Coleman, radio announcer, August 20 
Idi Amin, August 16 
Gregory Hines, August 9 
Bob Hope, July 27 
Eliot Norton, classy critic, ~July 20 
Ernie Boch, he had no mortgages, so nine times out of ten he could sell you a Toyota for less, ~July 13 
Rick Friedman, Woburn columnist, July 6 
Buddy Ebsen, July 6 
Barry White, ~July 4 
Robert McCloskey, Make Way for Ducklings, June 29 
Buddy Hackett, June 29 
Katherine Hepburn, June 29 
Strom Thurmond, June 26 
Lester Maddox 
Leon Uris 
Asa Baber 
Hume Cronyn 
Gregory Peck 
David Brinkley 
Donald Regan 
Trevor Goddard, played Mic Brumby on JAG, June 8 
Telemachus Demoulas, Supermarket founder, May 24 
DeTomaso, car designer, May 23 
Robert Stack, Untouchables, May 15 
June Carter Cash, May 15 
Dave DeBusschere, Knicks, May 14 
Old Man of the Mountain, May 3 
Jerry Williams, April 29 
Irving Foy, April 24 
Oldest living American 
Motown choreographer 
Nina Simone, ~April 21 
Dr. Brian McGovern, April 8 
Sen. Daniel Patrick Moynihan, March 26 
Coors 
Little Eva 
Mario Perillo, Mr. Italy 
Lynn Thigpen, March 13 
Mr. Fred Rogers, February 27 
Johnny Paycheck, Take this Job and Shove It, February 19 
Gertrude Janeway, last living widow of a Union Civil War veteran, January 17 
Maurice Gibb, January 11 
Will McDonough, football expert, January 9 
2002
Brian Sinclair, Old Sinc of WHRB's Hillbilly at Harvard, December 28 
Robert Vanni, founder of GOAL, December 14 
December 12 
Bury my heart at wounded knee 
Roone Arlidge, December 6 
Bigfoot, November 26 
Professor John Rawls, November 24 
Coach Paul Sullivan, Woburn, November ~20 
James Coburn, Nov. 18 
Jonathan Harris Nov. 4, Dr. Zachary Smith 
Richard Harris, Oct 25 
Sen. Wellstone, plane crash, Oct 25 
Harry Hay, Oct. 24, early homosexual activist 
Cambridge Mayor Vellucci, ~Oct 17 
Ray Conniff 
Christie Love, ~Oct 10 
Dr. Malt, ~Oct 10 
John Weitz, designer, ~Oct 4 
G. Paltrow's father, ~Oct 1 
William Rosenberg, Dunkin Donuts founder, September 20 
Bernice "Bunny" Chesler, B&B Guidebook Author, September 4 
Kim Hunter 
Johnny Unitas 
Lionel Hampton, August 30 
Enos Slaughter 
childlike actor from Ally McBeal 
Dijskstra 
William L. Pierce, Neo-Nazi, author, The Turner Diaries, July 23 
Ned Martin, radio announcer for Red Sox games, July 23 
Chaim Potok, author, The Chosen, July 23 
Leo McKern, actor, Rumpole in Rumpole of the Bailey, July 23 
Alan Lomax, continued his father's work, recording and collecting blues and folk songs, July 19 
Rod Steiger, July 9 
Lore Noto, producer of "The Fantasticks", July 8 
Ward Kimball, Disney animator, July 8 
John Mosler, chairman of the safe company that bears his family name, July 7 
William B. Ruger, Sr., founded Sturm, Ruger & Co., July 6 
John Frankenheimer, director, July 6 
Ted Williams, July 5 
Pete Gray, played major league baseball with only one arm, July 1 
Rosemary Clooney, June 29 
John Entwhistle, bass player, The Who, June 26 
Ann Landers, June 23 
Darryl Kile, pitcher, at age 33, June 23 
There was one other I made a mental note of in late May/early June, a woman, probably local to Boston or Woburn as I didn't find any others in the NYT archives 
Bill Blass, designer, June 12 
John Gotti, the teflon don, June 10 
Benjamin Ward, NYC Police Commisioner, June 10 
DeeDee Ramone, June 6 
Albin Krebs, obituary writer, June 3 
Mildren Benson, an early Nancy Drew author, May 29 
Sam Snead, golfer, May 23 
Stephen Jay Gould, paleontologist, essayist, professor, May 20 
Dave Berg, cartoonist, Mad Magazine, May 15 
"Smokey" Yunick, race car mechanic, inventor, May 9 added 2006 
Seattle Slew, won Triple Crown in 1977, May 7, exactly 25 years after winning Kentucky Derby 
Richard Kieran, was current Principal, Kennedy Middle School, Woburn, May 5 
George Sidney, directed musicals, president of Screen Directors Guild, May 5 
Yevgeny Svetlanov, conducted Russian State Symphony Orchestra, May 3 
Jack Chase, TV News pioneer, WBZ Boston, April 24, at age 85 
Arthur "Art" N. Amadon, Boston radio and TV personality, April 22, at age 89 
Thor Heyerdahl, trans-oceanic rafter, Kon-Tiki, April 18 
Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes, singer, TLC, car crash in Honduras, April 25 
Linda Boreman, starred in "Deep Throat" as Linda Lovelace, April 23, at age 53 of injuries suffered in a car crash Paul Harvey 
Layne Staley, lead singer, Alice in Chains, found decomposed in his apartment, April 19, at age 34 
Robert Urich, April 16 
Rusty Burrell, Bailiff, The People's Court, April 15 
Supreme Court Justice Byron White, April 15 
Queen Mother Elizabeth, March 30 
Esther Corletto, artist, March 30 
Billy Wilder, March 27 
Milton Berle, March 27 
Dudley Moore, March 27 
Veronica Wojiechowski Kaczmarek, one of the world's oldest people at age 114, March 26 
Dr. Scholl 
Maude Farris-Luse, oldest living person at age 115 -- see Herald 3rd week of March, obit mentioned other "oldests" 
Tom Winship, Boston Globe publisher 
Oldest English person, early March 
Chuck Jones, animator, February 22 
Waylon Jennings, February 13 
Jack Henry Abbott, killer who wrote ("In the Belly of the Beast", with Norman Mailer), February 10, hanged himself in prison 
Princess Margaret, February 9 
Henry Kloss, inventor of innovative audio and video components, founded Advent and Cambridge Soundworks, February 3 
Professor Robert Nozick, January 23 
Peggy Lee 
Carrie Hamilton, Carol Burnett's daughter, on the night of the Golden Globes 
Ron Taylor, actor, voice of Bleedin' Gums Murphy on The Simpsons, January 16 
Ted Demme, director, January 13 in a celebrity basketball game. Directed Natalie Portman in Beautiful Girls, noted in stories about her coincident with May, 2002 release of Star Wars Ep. 2 
Dave Thomas, founder, Wendy's, January 7 
2001
Sidney Kelley, Kelley Blue Book 
Frances "Betty" Snyder Holberton, unsung computer pioneer, December 8 (from RadSoft) 
George Harrison, December 6 
John Knowles, author, A Separate Peace, December 6 (missed in the shadow of George Harrison, from stiffs.com) 
Mary Kay Ashe, November 29 
Nathan Pusey, former President, Harvard University, November 14, in New York at age 94, just missed witnessing Harvard's second undefeated season since his birth 
Old lady in Old Navy commercials, November 14 
Ken Kesey, author, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, November 10 
Etta Jones 
Oldest living woman 
Herblock, political cartoonist, at age 91, October 8 or so 
Gloria Foster, Oracle in The Matrix, to diabetes,September 29 mentioned in Sunday comics, Nov. 11 
Isaac Stern, violinist, September 22 

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Justin Wilson, Cajun, at age 87, September 5 
Henry Nasiff, Hank, the Angry, Drunken Dwarf, September 4 
Pauline Kael, film critic, September 3 
Christiaan Barnard, surgeon, performed first human heart transplant, September 2 
Troy Donahue, actor, A Summer Place, September 2 
Aaliyah, R&B singer and actress, August 25, in a plane crash 
Various character actors, composers

Maureen Reagan, daughter of the former president, August 8 
Jack Maple, NYC PD Deputy Commissioner, inspiration for and creator of The District, August 4 
Lorenzo Music, voice of Carlton the Doorman and of Garfield the Cat, August 4 
Oldest living man, age 112, in Brookline, MA 
Guy I'd never heard from, part of a band I had 
Eudora Welty, southern author, I was surprised she was still living after reading Why I live at the P.O. in high school some 25 years ago, July 24 
Ursa Minor, old Polar Bear, was mate to Major, q.v., c. July 24 
Frances Hurwich, Miss Frances of Ding Dong School, July 22 
Gunther Gebel-Williams, Teutonic tiger trainer, July 19 
Katherine Graham, Washington Post publisher, July 17 
Bluesman, jazz innovator 
_____Usenet co-developer, to lymphoma 
Chet Atkins, guitarist, June 30 
Jack Lemmon, June 27 
Caroll O'Connor, Archie Bunker, June 21 
John Lee Hooker, bluesman, June 21 
Timothy McVeigh, executed for the bombing of the Arthur Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City June 11 
Marie Clement, at the time of her death at age 115, the world's oldest living person, June 6 or so 
Anthony Quinn, June 3 
Imogene Coca, co-starred on television's classic Your Show of Shows in the 1950s, June 2 
Arlene Francis 
Nepal Royal Family, Mass Regicide by Crown Prince, June 1 
Hank Ketcham, cartoonist, Dennis the Menace, June 1 
Congressman Joe Moakley, May 28 
Victor Kiam II, owned Patriots, liked Remington shave so much he bought the company, May 28 
Mayo, Actor, Sanford & Son, May 22 
Tupelev, Russian aircraft designer 
Bruno Cavalieri Ducati, last surviving founder of the eponymous motorcycle company, at age 96, May 14 
Perry Como, singer, May 12 
Douglas Adams, author, May 11 
Cliff's Notes inventor, per rec.humor.funny 
Leon Sullivan, author of Sullivan Principles for dealing with South African companies prior to the end of Apartheid, early May 
Chandra Levy, Washington DC intern, had affair with now former Rep. Gary Condit, body not discovered until May 24, 2002, believed murdered on May 1 
Joey Ramone, punk rocker, to lymphoma at age 49, April 15 
Harvey R. Ball, invented they yellow Smiley Face :-) in 1963, April 12 
Willie Stargell, baseball player, April 10 
Nobel Laureate, MIT, Medford. Schull or Schutt or something 
Rowland Evans, of Evans and Novak 

William Hanna, animator, March 22 
Someone else, an entertainer maybe, mid-March 
Morton Downey, Jr., March 14 or so 
Robert Ludlum, March 14 or so 
Leopold Page, No. 173 on Schindler's list, worked to have the story told and the movie made, March 9 
Glenn Hughes,the Village People's Biker, March 4 at age 50, made wire services March 17 
Harold E. Stassen, ran and lost Presidential election 10 times, March 4 
Stanley Kramer, producer, "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner", "Judgment at Nuremburg", "Inherit the Wind", "High Noon", "The Defiant Ones", "On the Beach", "The Caine Mutiny", "Ship of Fools", "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World", February 19 
Dale Earnhardt, Sr., driver, in a crash on the last lap of the Daytona 500, February 18 
Eddie Mathews, third basemen, only player to play for Braves in Boston, Milwaukee and Atlanta, February 18 
Bob Buhl, pitcher, Milwaukee Braves, roommate of Eddie Mathews (above), held record for most at-bats without a hit, February 16 
William H. Masters, researcher, co-authored "Human Sexual Response" with Virginia E. Johnson in 1966, February 16 
Abraham D. Beame, former New York City mayor, February 10 
Dale Evans, Queen of the West, at age 88, February 7 
Andy Moes, Boston radio personality, at age 50, January 25 
Einar Gustafson, "Jimmy" who inspired The Jimmy Fund in 1948, to a stroke at age 65, January 21 

William Hewlett, co-founder of Hewlett-Packard, January 12 
Greco, Flamenco dancer 
Marty Glickman, athlete, announcer 
Ray Walston, Actor: Luther Billis (South Pacific), Uncle Martin (My Favorite Martian), Mr. Hand (Fast Times at Ridgemont High), Judge Henry Bone(Picket Fences), January 1 
2000
Senator Alan Cranston, December 31 
Frieda Pushnik, Armless, legless woman, toured with Ringling Brothers, December 30, age 77 
Binyamin Kahane son of R. Meier Kahane, in a terrorist ambush, and his wife Talia, December 30 
Julius Epstein,co-wrote Casablanca, December 30 
Jason Robards, Actor, December 26 
Billy Barty, 3'10" actor, December 24 
Marty Sender, Boston television personality, December 24 
Victor Borge, Musician, comedian, December 23 
Thomas Yohe, produced Schoolhouse Rock, December 22 
Matt Hinton, "The Judge", jazz bassist and photographer, December 19 
John V. Lindsay, former NYC mayor, December 19 
Roebuck "Pops" Staples, patriarch of the gospel and rhythm-and-blues group the Staple Singers, December 19 
Kirsty MacColl, British singer and songwriter, struck by a speedboat while swimming, December 19 
Barbara Bunker Bannick, Librarian, friend, December 17 
Werner Klemperer, TV's Col. Klink, December 6 
Gail Fisher, played secretary Peggy Fair on Mannix, ground-breaking role for a Black woman, December 2 (this item, reported in Jet in early January, made the AP Wire only on February 22) 
Lars-Erik Nelson, columnist, NY Daily News, November 21 
Leah Rabin, widow of assasinated Israeli Prime Minister Yitzak Rabin, November 12 
Ingrid Victoria Sofia Louise Margaretha, Denmark's Queen Mother, November 7 
Jimmie Davis, governor of Louisiana, wrote "You are my Sunshine", November 3 
Eva Morris, at the time of her death the world's oldest living person, six days short of 115, November 2 
Steve Allen, comedian, TV host, author, October 30 
Julie London, actress, October 18 
Gwen Verdon, Broadway dancer, widow of Bob Fosse, October 18 
Charlie Perkins, Australian aboriginal activist, October 18 
Mel Carnahan, Governor of Missouri, October 16, in a plane crash 
Vincent Canby, film critic for the New York Times, October 15 
Konrad Bloch, 1964 Nobel laureate, this webster's BioChem 10a professor, October 15 
Gus Hall, American Communist, October 13 
Richard Farnsworth, Cowboy Stuntman and Actor, Oscar Nominee (2000) for The Straight Story, October 6, to a self-inflicted gunshot wound at age 80 
Ben Orr, co-founder of The Cars, October 3, to pancreatic cancer at age 53 
Dorothy Auerbach, long-time wife of Celtics legend Red Auerbach, September 30 
Pierre Elliot Trudeau, Former Candadian Prime Minister, September 28 
Richard Mulligan, Actor Soap, September 26 
Carl T. Rowan, Journalist, supported gun control for other people, September 23 
Bryan Smith, driver in Stephen King crash, found dead in his home, September 22 
Bea Marcus, I've fallen and I can't get up!, September 18 
Beah Richards, Actress, received Emmy on September 5 for guest appearance on The Practice, September 14 

It had been a slow summer, Concorde and Kursk notwithstanding. I liked that.

Loretta Young, August 12 
Sir Alec Guinness, August 5 
former Mayor Gill of Woburn, July 22 
Paul Young, of Mike and the Mechanics, July 15 
Meridith MacRae, Billie Jo Bradley on Petticoat Junction, July 14 
Walter Matthau, July 1 
Elizabeth Dooley, "The greatest Red Sox fan there'll ever be" (Ted Williams), June 19 
Nancy Marchand, actor, Lou Grant, The Sopranos, June 18 
Empress Dowager Nagako, of Japan, June 16 
Maria do Carmo Jeronimo, at the time of her death at age 129, the oldest living person (undocumented), June 14 
Peter McWilliams, author, activist for medical marijuana, June 14 of complications from AIDS which, prior to court orders to cease using marijuana, had been controlled by it 
Robert Trent Jones, father of modern golf course architecture, June 14 
Robert J. Lurtsema, mellifluous long-time host of WGBH-FM's Morning Pro Musica, June 12 
Hafez Assad, president of Syria, June 10 
Jeff MacNelly, cartoonist (Shoe), June 8 at age 52 to lymphoma 
Major, the Polar Bear at the Stone Zoo, Stoneham, MA, June 3 at age 33 
Johnnie Taylor, sang Disco Lady, June 1 
Tito Puente, Latin musician, June 1 
Gordon "Tex" Beneke, Big Band vocalist, May 30 (this item from stiffs.com) 
Sir John Gielgud, actor, May 21 
Mark Hughes, Nutralife, age 44, May 21 
Dame Barbara Cartland, prolific romance author, May 21 
Jean-Pierre Rampal, flutist, May 20 
Bill "The Fox" Foster, seen recently on The Man Show, May 10 (this item from stiffs.com) 
Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. Actor, May 7 at age 90 
Cardinal John O'Connor, of New York, May 3 
Robert Homme, TV's Friendly Giant, May 2 
Steve Reeves, played Hercules, May 1 
Vickie Sue Robinson, sang Turn The Beat Around, May 2 
David Merrick, Broadway producer, April 25 
Alexander H. Cohen, Broadway producer, April 22 
Edward Gorey, Author, Illustrator ( The Gashlycrumb Tinies), April 15 
Larry Linville, Major Frank Burns on M*A*S*H, April 10 
Alex Comfort, author The Joy of Sex, March 26 
Malcolm Wilson, Governor of New York, succeeded Nelson Rockefeller, under whom he had served as Lt. Gov., when Rockefeller resigned to become Gerald Ford's Vice President, March 13 
Charles Gray, actor, portrayed Ernst Stavro Blofeld, Mycroft Holmes, narrated Rocky Horror Picture Show, March 7 
Charles Schultz, creator of Peanuts, February 12 
Tom Landry, Dallas Cowboys coach, February 12 
"Screamin" Jay Hawkins, sang I Put a Spell on You, February 12 
Roger Vadim, French film director, romanced Catherine Deneuve, married Brigitte Bardot and Jane Fonda, February 11 
James Varney, Ernest goes to Heaven -- KnowWhatIMean, Earl? February 10 
Ion Gheorghe Maurer, Romania's first communist premier, February 8 
Sid Abel, Hockey Hall of Famer, February 8 
Derrick Thomas, played for Kansas City Chiefs, complications of an auto accident, February 8 
Bob Collins, Chicago radio personality, in a light plane crash, February 8 
Doug Henning, Magician, to liver cancer, February 7 
"Lonesome" Dave Peverett, Lead singer of Foghat, to complications of kidney cancer, February 7 
Christopher Rios, 698-pound Rapper Big Pun, February 7 
Pavle Bulatovic, Yugoslavian Defense Minister, assassinated, February 7 
Jack Scott, Journalist, covered SLA, helped Patty Hearst escape from the FBI, February 6 
Jim Davis, 1920s motorcycle champion, February 6 
Deborah Laake, Journalist, author Secret Ceremonies, February 6 
Jim Pansullo, Boston radio personality, January 31 
Craig Claiborne, food editor of the New York Times, January 15 
Hedy Lamarr, inventor of spread spectrum technology, actress, January 19 
Bob Lemon, Hall of Fame pitcher, managed Yankees 1978, 1979 and 1981, January 11 
Nackey Loeb, publisher of the Manchester Union-Leader, January 9 
Don Martin, cartoonist, Mad Magazine, January 7 (this item from stiffs.com) 
Maria de las Mercedes de Bourbon y Orleans, mother of Spain's King Juan Carlos, January 2 
Nat Adderley, jazz musician, brother to Cannonball Adderly, January 2 
1999
Elliot Richardson, former US Attorney General, fired as part of the Watergate-era "Saturday Night Massacre", December 31 
Sarah Knauss, at the time of her death the world's oldest living person, December 30 
Clayton Moore, The Lone Ranger, December 28 
Leonard Goldenson, owned ABC 
Curtis Mayfield, singer-songwriter, December 26 
Bill Bowerman, track coach, co-founded Nike 
Rabbi Cary D. Yales, Temple Isaiah, Lexington, Massachusetts 
Hank Snow, country singer 
Desmond Llewelyn, armorer Q in the James Bond movies. auto accident at age 85 
Joseph Heller, author, December 12 
Madeline Kahn, to ovarian cancer, December 3 
Edmond Safra, rich banker, in an arson fire in Monaco 
Lenny Zakim, headed New England office of the ADL, of cancer at age 46 
On June 15, Governor Cellucci announced that the cable-stayed "Bill Buckner" bridge, which will carry I-93 across the Charles River to meet the newly depressed Central Artery will be named the Leonard Zakim Freedom Bridge, reflecting the bridges Mr. Zakim built in the community. 
Joey Adams, Borscht-belt comedian. columnist (Just For Laughs) 
Charlie Byrd, musician (Jazz Samba) 
Gene Rayburn, Match Game host 
Hsing-Hsing, the giant panda 
Daisy Tan, mother and muse of The Joy Luck Club author Amy Tan 
Quentin Crisp, "mother superior of homosexuality", said "An autobiography is an obituary in serial form with the last chapter missing." 
Donald Mills, last surviving member of the Mills Brothers singing group 
Mary Kay Bergman, voice of female characters on South Park, suicide 
Walter Payton, November 1 
Minoru Chiaki, last survivor of the actors who played the title characters in Seven Samurai 
Hoyt Axton, songwriter (Joy to the World) 
Payne Stewart, golfer, Lear Jet accident 
Senator John Chafee, October 24 
Benno Schmidt, former president of Yale University 
Howard Hencke, software engineer 
Jean Shepherd, October 16 
Wilt Chamberlain, October 12 
David Huffman 
Robert "Gorilla Monsoon" Marella 
Judith Exner, reputed mistress to President Kennedy, September 24 
George C. Scott, September 22 
Rev. Kirby Hensley, founder of the Universal Life Church 
Raisa Gorbachev, September 20 
Judge W. Arthur Garrity, Jr., ordered desegregation of the Boston public schools 
Frankie Vaughan, singer 
Robert Rossner, teacher, author (Year Without an Autumn) 
Jim "Catfish" Hunter 
Alan Funt, September 5 
Victor Mature 
Norman Wexler, screenwriter (Saturday Night Fever, Serpico, Joe), August 23 
Lane Kirkland, AFL-CIO president, August 14 
John F. Kennedy, Jr., July 17 
Pete Conrad , Apollo 12 astronaut, in a motorcycle accident, July 8 
Mario Puzo, July 2 
Sylvia Sidney 
DeForest Kelley, Dr. Leonard "Bones" McCoy, June 11 
Mel Torme, June 5 
George Danas, advocate for the right to keep and bear arms 
Phil Madsen, software project manager 
Shel Silverstein 
Rory Calhoun 
Henrietta Mazen, Mathematics Department Chair, Bronx High School of Science 
Al Hirt, April 27 
Señor Wences 
Yehudi Menuhin 
Joe Dimaggio, March 8 
Stanley Kubrick, March 7 
Richard Kiley, the Man of La Mancha 
Justice Harry Blackmun, March 4 
Dusty Springfield 
GySgt Carlos Hathcock, USMC 
Gene Siskel, February 20 
John Ehrlichman, February 14 
King Hussein, February 7 
Iron Eyes Cody, born Espera DeCorti, cried in PSA, January 4 
1998
Norman Fell (Mr. Roper) 
Flip Wilson 
Esther Rolle 
Kwame Ture (Stokely Carmichael) 
Cleveland Amory, October 15 
Roddy McDowall 
Gene Autry, October 2 
Florence Griffith Joyner (FloJo), September 21 
Daisy Anderson, widow of slave who fought for Union in Civil War, Sept 19, 1998 see also Gertrude Janeway and Alberta Martin 
George Wallace, September 13 
Akira Kurosawa 
E.G. Marshall 
Persis Khambatta, the bald woman from Star Trek: TMP 
Shari Lewis 
"Buffalo Bob" Smith 
Jerome Robbins 
Alan Shepard 
Robert Young 
Bob McAllister of Wonderama 
Roy Rogers 
Maureen O'Sullivan 
Barry Goldwater 
Phil Hartman 
Francis Albert Sinatra, May 14 
Dominique Aury, wrote Story of O as Pauline Reage, April 26 
Eddie Rabbitt 
Bebe Rebozo 
Eldrige Cleaver 
Carlos Castaneda 
James Earl Ray 
Linda McCartney 
Wendy O. Williams 
Rob Pilatus of Milli Vanilli 
Pol Pot 
Tammy Wynette 
Bella Abzug 
Dr. Benjamin Spock, March 15 
Lloyd Bridges, March 10 
Henny Youngman, February 24 
Carl Wilson of the Beach Boys, February 6 
Jack Lord, January 21 
Sonny Bono, January 5, 1998 

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SERIAL KILLER BOYDEN GRAY OBITUARY WATCH
For an irreverent look at celebrity obituaries, see Stiffs.Com, home of the Celebrity Dead Pool 
Milton Berle and Sid Ceasar get NBC award, October 25, 1999 
Ted Williams, Yogi Berra and all the other old baseball players who were honored at the World Series 
Ted Williams hospitalized November, 2000. Received pacemaker. 
Yogi Berra brings suit for unlicensed use of his name, in connection with Yogasm, in an ad for Sex and the City, February 2005 
Bob Hope was honored November, 1999; hospitalized for GI bleeding June 1, 1999. Honored at Rose Parade, January 1, 2001. 100 years old, June 2003. 
Pope John Paul II is hanging on but in declining health 
Hospitalized with respiratory complications following flu, February 2005 
Victor Borge, 90, honored at Kennedy Center, December 1999 
The Queen Mum keeps going and going. 
Suffered broken collarbone, November, 2000. 
Katherine Hepburn hospitalized July 2001 
Steve Allen mentioned as substitute host for David Letterman, January 2000, 
and Johnny Carson must be getting on in years too. 
Can Ed McMahon be far behind? 
Kurt Vonnegut hospitalized after a fire in his home, January 2000. 
Jerry Lee Lewis hospitalized after a reaction to drugs used to treat an infection, February 2000. 
Julia Child receives honorary degree, May 2000. 
Loretta Young mentioned in tabloids (last days), July 2000 
A correspondent suggests these people about whom, when I read their obituary, I will exclaim that I hadn't realized they were still alive. 
Fay Wray ("King Kong") 
Billy Wilder ("Seven Year Itch", "Sabrina", "Sunset Blvd", "Ninotchka") 
Jimmie Davis who was governor of Louisiana for a while back I think in the 1920's but is most famous for the song he wrote "You Are My Sunshine" (jdavis@peermusic.com) now 101 
Madame Chiang-Kai-Shek, 103, she recently held a show of her paintings) 
Leni Riefenstahl who directed "Triumph of the Will" for Adolph Hitler in 1934 and recently survived a plane crash in Northern Africa on some sort of adventure (relatively young at only 98.) 
Said correspondent suggested these would be on most such lists: 
Buddy Ebsen -- hospitalized June, 2003 at age 95 
Sir John Gielgud 
Max Schmeling (the boxer) 
Senator Mike Mansfield 
Harold Stassen (perennial presidential candidate, well quadriennial) 
Abraham Beame (former Mayor of NYC) 
Katherine Hepburn (above) 
Eddie Albert 
Carl Albert (Speaker of the House) 
Archibald Cox (Watergate prosecutor.) 
Eunice Kennedy Shriver hospitalized for infection following surgery, October 2000. 
Ed Koch hospitalized January 2001, on the heels of news of the recent deaths of his immediate predecessors as NYC mayor, Abe Beame and John Lindsey. 
Former First Lady, Lady Bird Johnson, suffers stroke, May 2002 
Johnny Pesky, very long-time associate of the Red Sox, often mentioned alongside Ted Williams 
September 2004: No longer allowed in Red Sox dugout by MLB as an "unofficial" manager 
Lost his wife of 60 years, Ruth, on July 8, 2005 
President Ronald Reagan, suffering from Alzheimer's Disease 
President Jimmy Carter was looking a little rough at the DNC, July 2004 
Studs Terkel receives Lovejoy award for journalism from Colby College on October 10, 2004. At age 92, he was unable to travel to the ceremony. 
Ernst Mayr, evolutionary biologist, turned 100 years old in 2004. 
Chuck Berry, planning a tribute concert after the death of his collaborator Johnnie Johnson, said "At 78, I'm glad to be anywhere, anytime." 
W. Mark Felt, revealed he was Watergate source Deep Throat, May 31, 2005, at age 91 
President Gerald Ford, 92, hospitalized for routine tests and released, December 2005 
See Gerontology Research Group for known Supercentenarians. 

Jeanne Calment, oldest documented person ever, at the time of her death 122 years, 164 days, died in 1997 
Maria do Carmo Jeronimo, at the time of her death at age 129, the oldest living person (undocumented), June 14, 2000 - Not listed by Supercentenarians 
Eva Morris, at the time of her death the world's oldest living person, six days short of 115, November 2, 2000 
Marie Clement or Bremont, at the time of her death at age 115, the world's oldest living person, June 6, 2001 
Oldest living man, age 112, in Brookline, MA, early August 2001 - Not listed by Supercentenarians 
Maude Farris-Luse, oldest living person at age 115, mid-March 2002 
Veronica Wojiechowski Kaczmarek, one of the world's oldest people at age 114, March 26, 2002 
Oldest living American, April 23 or so 2003 
Oldest living American woman, age 113, Oct 11 or so 2003 
Supercentenarians lists Elena Slough, born July 4, 1889, died October 5, 2003, age 114 
Oldest living man, undocumented, Cambodia, Age 122, Oct 20 or so 2003 - Not listed by Supercentenarians 
Coates, oldest male American, Feb 28, 2004 - Not listed by Supercentenarians 
Ramona Trinidad Iglesia Jordan, born August 31, 1889, died May 29, 2004 
Fred Hale, Sr., at the time of his death the world's oldest documented man, born December 1, 1890, died November 19, 2004 
Walter Breuning, Montana, oldest American man, November 19, 2004 to ____ 
Hermann Dornemann, of Germany, born May 27, 1893, oldest man November 19, 2004, died Mar. 2, 2005 
Bettie Wilson of Mississippi, born September 13, 1890, oldest American December 1, 2004 (until Elizabeth Bolden was certified as older in April 2005), died February 13, 2006 
Hendrikje Van Andel-Schipper, at the time of her death at age 115 years, 62 days, the oldest living person in the world, born June 29, 1890, died August 30, 2005 
Maria Esther de Capovilla, Ecuador, born September 14, 1889, died August 27, 2006 
Elizabeth "Lizzie" Bolden, born August 15, 1890, lost title to Maria Copvilla from December 12, 2005 to August 27, 2006, died November 11, 2006. 
Julie Winnifred Bertrand, oldest woman, died January 18, 2007 
Emiliano Mercado Del Toro, Puerto Rico, born 1891, oldest man since March 2, 2005, oldest person November 11, 2006 to January 24, 2007 
Tomoji Tanabe of Japan, born September 18, 1895, is the world's oldest man, January 24, 2007 to _____ 
Certified by Guiness June 18, 2007 
Emma Faust Tillman, East Hartford, CT, born November 22, 1892, oldest woman since January 18, 2007, oldest person January 24 to 28, 2007 
Yone Minagawa, Japan, world's oldest person, January 28, 2007 to August 13, 2007 
Edna Parker, Indiana, born April 20, 1893, oldest American, January 28, 2007 to ____, world's oldest person, August 13, 2007 to 
THE END TO SERIAL KILLER BOYDEN GRAY'S ORBITUARY WATCH, AGAIN!