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Detroit Mafia capo  Anthony Joseph "Tony Jack" Giacalone   reputed to have had Jimmy Hoffa wacked at the Machus Red Fox restaurant
born on 1-19-1919 in Detroit, Michigan
expired 2-23-2001 in Detroit, Michigan   age 82   cause: heart & kidney failure
mobster  Vito William "Billy Jack" Giacalone   brother of Tony Jack; probably the last person to know what actually happened to Jimmy Hoffa
born on 4-16-1923 in Detroit, Michigan
expired 2-19-2012 in Clinton Township, Macomb County, Michigan   age 88
to next Baseball Commissioner: Fay Vincentto previous Baseball Commissioner: Peter Ueberroth  Angelo Bartlett Giamatti   the last "great" Baseball Commissioner (April 1, 1989 to September 1, 1989)
born on 4-4-1938 in Boston, Massachusetts
expired 9-1-1989 in Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts   age 51   cause: heart attack
Bank of America founder  Amadeo Peter Giannini
born on 5-6-1870 in San Jose, California
expired 6-3-1949 in San Francisco, California   age 79   cause: heart attack
Dr.  William Francis Giauque   1949 Nobel prize winner in chemistry
born on 5-12-1895 in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada
expired 3-28-1982 in Berkeley, California   age 86
Bee Gee  Andy Gibb
born on 3-5-1958 in Douglas, Isle of Man, England
expired 3-10-1988   age 30   cause: cardiac viral infection
   Contest Selectors

Bee Gees bass & keyboardist  Maurice Gibb   Robin's twin brother
born on 12-22-1949 in Douglas, Isle of Man, England
expired 1-12-2003 in Miami, Florida   age 53   cause: heart attack; twisted bowel (ischemic enteropathy)
   Contest Selectors

the Oscar statuetteMGM studio logo MGM art department head (1924-56)  Austin Cedric Gibbons   won 11 Academy Awards; sketched out the design that George Stanley used to make the original "Oscar" statuettes for the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Science (of which he was a co-founder); married to Dolores Del Rio (1930-41)
born on 3-23-1893 in New York, New York
expired 7-26-1960 in Hollywood, California   age 67   cause: "a long illness"
historian  Edward Gibbons   wrote The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire (1776-1788)
born on 5-8-1737 in Putney, England
expired 1-16-1794 in London, England   age 56
natural food proponent  Euell Gibbons   wrote Stalking the Wild Asparagus (1962)
born on 9-8-1910 in Clarksville, Texas
expired 12-29-1975 in Beavertown, Pennsylvania   age 65   cause: bleeding ulcer
composer  Albert A. "Andy" Gibson   co-wrote The Huckle-buck (with lyricist Roy Alfred)
expired 2-10-1961 in Cincinnati, Ohio   age 47   cause: heart attack
AKS: hucklebuck
orchestra conductor Sir  Alexander Drummond Gibson
born on 2-11-1926 in Motherwell, Lanarkshire, Scotland
expired 1-14-1995   age 68
tennis player  Althea Gibson   winner of 1957 Wimbledon & 1958 U.S. Open singles title
born on 8-25-1927 in Silver, South Carolina
expired 9-28-2003 in East Orange, New Jersey   age 76   cause: respiratory failure
   Contest Selectors
2003ANG, JL11.1%
   Scored 6.1500 points

illustrator  Charles Dana Gibson   creator of the Gibson Girl
expired 12-23-1944 in New York, New York   age 77
songwriter/singer  Donald Eugene Gibson   wrote I Can't Stop Loving You, Sweet Dreams & Oh Lonesome Me
born on 4-3-1928 in Shelby, North Carolina
expired 11-17-2003 in Nashville, Tennessee   age 75
early cowboy movie star  Edmund Richard "Hoot" Gibson
born on 8-6-1892 in Tememah, Nebraska
expired 8-23-1962 in Woodland Hills, California   age 70
comedian/character actor  Henry Gibson   given his stage name by friend Jon Voight, with whom he had a short-lived comedy routine; appeared on Laugh-In; on F Troupe as Wrongo Starr, in Nashville (1975) as Haven Hamilton & on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine as Nilva in the episode Profit and Lace (1998)
¤born: James Bateman 
born on 9-21-1935 in Germantown, Pennsylvania
expired 9-14-2009 in Malibu, California   age 73   cause: cancer
"Gibson Girl" model  Irene Langhorne Gibson   made famous by illustrations of her (by her husband) in the early 1900s
expired 4-20-1956 in Greenwood, Virginia   age 83
Negro League ballplayer  Joshua "Josh" Gibson
born on 12-21-1911 in Buena Vista, Georgia
expired 1-20-1947 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania   age 35
Alabama geezer  Susie Elizabeth Gibson
¤née: Potts 
born on 10-31-1890 in Corinth, Mississippi
expired 2-16-2006 in Tuscumbia, Alabama   age 115   cause: heart failure
   Contest Selectors
   Scored 3.5000 solo points

playwright  William Gibson   wrote The Miracle Worker for tv (1957), then as a Broadway play (1959) & Two for the See Saw (1958)
born on 11-13-1914 in New York, New York
expired 11-25-2008 in Stockbridge, Massachusetts   age 94
radio/tv/screen writer  Nelson Roosevelt Gidding   wrote radio & tv scripts for Sergeant Preston of the Yukon; wrote screenplays for I Want To Live (1958), The Andromeda Strain (1971) & Hindenburg (1975)
born on 9-15-1919 in New York, New York
expired 5-1-2004 in Santa Monica, California   age 84   cause: congestive heart failure
AKS: Giddings
 André Paul Guillaume Gide   the 1947 Nobel literature laureate
born on 11-22-1869 in Paris, France
expired 2-19-1951 in Paris, France   age 81   cause: pneumonia
litigant  Clarence Earl Gideon   plaintiff in landmark Supreme Court decision affording indigent defendants the right to appointed council in criminal cases (Gideon v. Wainwright; 1963); his case before the court was argued by Abe Fortas
¤Florida Prison System Number 003826 
born on 8-30-1910 in Hannibal, Missouri
expired 1-18-1972 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida   age 61
 Prince Gideon   leader of Cornelius Bros. & Sister Rose pop group
¤real name: Carter Cornelius 
born on --1948
expired 11-7-1991 in Dania, Florida   age 43   cause: heart attack
businessman  Gerald S. Gidwitz   co-founder of the Helene Curtis cosmetics company
born on 7-17-1906 in Memphis, Tennessee
expired 7-11-2006 in Chicago, Illinois   age 99   cause: congestive heart failure
actor Sir  Arthur John Gielgud   won 1982 Best Supporting actor oscar for Arthur
born on 4-14-1904 in London, England
expired 5-21-2000 in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England   age 96
   Contest Selectors
1980 EB6.3%
2000 KLS14%
   Scored 5.4000 solo points

 Edward Gierek   former Polish Communist Party leader (1970-80)
born on 1-6-1913 in Porabka, Poland
expired 7-29-2001 in Cieszyn, Poland   age 88   cause: lung infection related to work as coal miner
quiet hero  Hermine "Miep" Gies   participated in the concealment of Anne Frank and her family from the Nazis; she retrieved Anne's diary after the raid, returning it to Anne's father after the war
¤née: Sanstrouschitz 
born on 2-15-1909 in Vienna, Lower Austria, Austria-Hungary
expired 1-11-2010 in The Netherlands   age 100   cause: heart attack; complications from a fall
   Contest Selectors
2005CSI, SPIT8.7%
2006CSI, RR, SPIT10.0%
2007DTM, RR, SPIT9.7%
2008DTM, RIE, RR, SPIT12.5%
2009CSI, DTM, GOHI, PCD, RIE, RR20.0%
2010CSI, DTM, PCD, RIE, RR18.5%
   Scored 2.6563 points

Dutch resistance member  Jan Gies   helped hide Anne Frank and family
born on 10-18-1905
expired 1-26-1993   age 87
classical pianist  Walter Wilhelm Gieseking   made one of the first stereo tape-recorded performances in Berlin during WWII
born on 11-5-1895 in Lyon, Rhône, Rhône-Alps, France
expired 10-26-1956 in London, England   age 60
former Genovese crime family Don  Vincent "the Chin" Gigante   tried to avoid prosecution by walking around in pajamas & a bathrob, muttering incoherently
¤aka: "the Oddfather
born on 3-29-1928 in The Bronx, New York, New York
expired 12-19-2005 in Springfield, Missouri   age 77   cause: heart disease
toy maker  Alfred Carlton Gilbert Sr.   founder of the company that bore his name (it started as the Mysto Magic Company in 1909); invented the Erector Set (1913); Olympic athlete that at one time held the world pole vault record
born on 2-15-1884 in Salem, Oregon
expired 1-24-1961 in Boston, Massachusetts   age 76
AKS: A. C. Gilbert Company
comic actor  Billie Gilbert   his funny sneeze got him the gig of voicing Sneezy in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
born on 9-12-1894 in Louisville, Kentucky
expired 9-23-1971 in Hollywood, California   age 77
song writer  Ray Gilbert   won 1947 Best Song oscar for Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah (from Song of the South); husband of Janis Paige
born on 9-5-1912 in Hartford, Connecticut
expired 3-3-1976 in Los Angeles, California   age 63   cause: complications from heart surgery
spousal mercy killer  Roswell W. Gilbert
born on 7-21-1909
expired 9-3-1994   age 85
actress  Ruth Gilbert   had title role in the 1931 production of Alice in Wonderland
expired 10-12-1993   age 71   cause: cancer
 Tony Gilbert
expired 7-24-1982   age 21
operetta composer  William Schwenck Gilbert   half of the team Gilbert and Sullivan
born on 11-18-1836 in London, England
expired 5-29-1911   age 74
efficiency expert  Frank Bunker Gilbreth Sr.   Lillian's horny husband (he should have stopped at 12 instead of going for a baker's dozen)
born on 7-7-1868 in Fairfield, Maine
expired 6-14-1924 in Montclair, New Jersey   age 55   cause: heart attack
 Frank Bunker Gilbreth Jr.   co-wrote Cheaper By The Dozen (1948)
born on 3-17-1911 in Plainfield, New Jersey
expired 2-18-2001 in Charleston, South Carolina   age 89
pioneering efficiency expert  Lillian Evelyn Moller Gilbreth   mother of 12 children; subject of the book Cheaper by the Dozen
born on 5-24-1878 in Oakland, California
expired 1-2-1972 in Phoenix, Arizona   age 93
concert pianist  Emil Grigoyevich Gilels
born on 10-19-1916 in Odessa, Ukraine
expired 10-14-1985 in Moscow, Russia, USSR   age 68
   Contest Selectors
1980 GP6.3%

actor  Jack Gilford
¤born: Jacob Gellman 
born on 7-25-1907 in New York, New York
expired 6-4-1990 in New York, New York   age 82
   Contest Selectors
1980 DO6.3%

movie restoration expert  David Gill   partner of Kevin Brownlow; restored Gance's Napoleon
born on 6-9-1928 in Papua, New Guinea
expired 9-28-1997 in Huntington, Cambridgeshire, England   age 69   cause: heart attack
prolific comic book writer  Joe Gill   worked for Timely Comics (later renamed Marvel) and then Charlton Comics; also did some work for DC Comics
born on 7-13-1919 in Scranton, Pennsylvania
expired 12-17-2006 in Ansonia, Connecticut   age 87   cause: complications from fall from stool
mug shot of Axis Sally WWII radio propagandist  Mildred Elizabeth Gillars
¤née: Sisk
aka: "Axis Sally
born on 11-29-1900 in Portland, Maine
expired 6-25-1988 in Columbus, Ohio   age 87
jazz trumpeter  John Birks "Dizzy" Gillespie
born on 10-21-1917 in Cheraw, South Carolina
expired 1-5-1993 in Englewood, New Jersey   age 75
   Contest Selectors
1979 MM7.7%
1980 MM6.3%

inventor/animator  Edwin "Ted" Gillette   inventor of the Syncro-Vox device/process; creator of the Clutch Cargo tv cartoon
born on 8-11-1909
expired 9-30-2003 in Los Angeles, California   age 94
Saftey Razor inventor  King Camp Gillette   "Look sharp, feel sharp!"
born on 1-5-1855 in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin
expired 7-9-1932 in Los Angeles, California   age 77
former Pittsburgh quarterback  Joe W. Gilliam Jr.   won two Super Bowls in 1970s
born on 12-29-1950
expired 12-25-2000 in Nashville, Tennessee   age 49   cause: cocaine overdose
   Contest Selectors
1979 HA7.7%
1980 HA6.3%

prolific tv writer  Jackson Clark Gillis   wrote for Lassie, The Adventures of Superman, Perry Mason, Columbo, Wonder Woman, Zorro, Tarzan, The Man From U.N.C.L.E., Murder She Wrote, I Spy, The Adventures of Spin and Marty, The Hardy Boys, Racket Squad, Sugarfoot, The Fugitive, Lost In Space, Mission: Impossible, Mannix, Bonanza, Ironside, Hawaii Five-O, Starsky and Hutch, Police Woman, ...
born on 8-21-1916 in Kalama, Washington
expired 8-19-2010 in Moscow, Idaho   age 93   cause: pneumonia
criminal  Lester M. Gillis
¤aka: "Baby Face Nelson
born on 12-26-1901
expired 9-27-1934   age 32
former football coach  Sidney Gillman   coached the Rams (1955-59), Chargers (1960-69) & Oilers (1973-74)
born on 10-26-1911 in Minneapolis, Minnesota
expired 1-3-2003 in Century City, California   age 91
   Contest Selectors
   Scored 5.9000 solo points

radio/tv announcer  Arthur Wells Gilmore
born on 3-18-1912 in Tacoma, Washington
expired 9-25-2010 in Irvine, California   age 98
interviewed by `Playboy Magazine' in April 1977 convicted murderer  Gary Mark Gilmore
expired 1-17-1977 in Point of Mountain, Utah   age 36   cause: executed; firing squad
character actress  Hermione Ferdinanda Gingold
born on 12-9-1897 in London, England
expired 5-24-1987   age 89   cause: pneumonia; cardiac problems
   Contest Selectors
1979 DO7.7%
1980 DO, RR12.5%

Esquire Magazine co-founder  Arnold Gingrich
born on 12-5-1903 in Grand Rapids, Michigan
expired 7-9-1976 in Ridgewood, New Jersey   age 72   cause: cancer
Newt's mommie  Kathleen A. "Kit" Gingrich
born on 11-20-1925 in Enola, Pennsylvania
expired 9-23-2003 in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania   age 77
geezer  Gin Kanie   remaining half of world's oldest twins
¤in Japanese Gin means "silver" 
born on 8-1-1892 in Japan
expired 2-28-2001 in Nagoya, Japan   age 108
psychologist Dr.  Haim Ginott   Today Show "resident psychologist"; author of Between Parent and Child
born on 8-5-1922 in Tel Aviv, Palestine
expired 11-4-1973 in New York, New York   age 51
interviewed by `Playboy Magazine' in April 1969 "beat generation" poet  Allen Ginsberg
born on 6-3-1926 in Newark, New Jersey
expired 4-5-1997 in New York, New York   age 70
   Contest Selectors
1979 DW7.7%

video tape/recording inventor  Charles P. Ginsburg   employed by AMPEX Corp.
born on 7-27-1920
expired 4-9-1992   age 71
tv actor/director  Robert Withrop Ginty   played Lt. T.J. Wiley on Baa Baa Black SHeep (1976-78), Thomas Craig Anderson on The Paper Chase tv series (1978-9) & appeared in Coming Home (1978)
born on 11-14-1948 in Brooklyn, New York, New York
expired 9-21-2009 in Los Angeles, California   age 60   cause: cancer
dissident poet  Aleksandr Ilich Ginzburg
born on 11-21-1936 in Leningrad, Russia, USSR
expired 7-19-2002 in Paris, France   age 65
   Contest Selectors
1980 JH6.3%

interviewed by `Playboy Magazine' in July 1966 controversial erotica publisher  Ralph Ginzburg   busted for sending Eros through the U.S. mails
born on 10-28-1929 in New York, New York
expired 7-6-2006 in The Bronx, New York, New York   age 76   cause: multiple myeloma
2003 Nobel physics co-laureate  Vitaly Lazarevich Ginzburg
born on 10-4-1916 in Moscow, Russia
expired 11-8-2009 in Moscow, Russia   age 93
AKS: b.9/21/1916 old style calendar
Charlton/DC comics artist & editor  Richard Joseph "Dick" Giordano
born on 7-20-1932 in Manhattan, New York, New York
expired 3-27-2010 in Ormond Beach, Florida   age 77   cause: leukemia
former Bulgarian  Queen Giovanna   widow of Bulgarian King Boris III
¤aka: Ioanna 
born on 11-13-1907
expired 2-26-2000   age 92
Notre Dame All-American football running back (1917-20)  George Gipp   portrayed in Knute Rockne, All American (1940) by Ronald Reagan
¤aka: "The Gipper"
(as in "Win one for the Gipper") 
born on 2-18-1895 in Laurium, Michigan
expired 12-14-1920 in South Bend, Indiana   age 25   cause: pneumonia
author  Frederick Benjamin Gipson   wrote Old Yeller
born on 2-7-1908 in Mason, Texas
expired 8-14-1973 in Mason, Texas   age 65
cartoonist/illustrator  Jean Henri Gaston Giraud   provided the characters and situations for the Taarna segment of Heavy Metal (1981)
¤aka: "Moebius" «or» "Gir" 
born on 5-8-1938 in Nogent-sur-Marne, Val-de-Marne, France
expired 3-10-2012 in Paris, Île-de-France, France   age 73   cause: cancer
L'Epress founding editor (1953)  Françoise Giroud
¤born: France Gourdji 
born on 9-21-1916 in Geneva, Switzerland
expired 1-19-2003 in Neuilly-sur-Seine, France   age 86   cause: head injuries suffered in fall
AKS: Francoise
silent film actress  Dorothy Gish   sister of Lillian
born on 3-11-1898 in Massilon, Ohio
expired 6-4-1968 in Rapallo, Italy   age 70
silent film star  Lillian Diana Gish
born on 10-14-1893 in Springfield, Ohio
expired 2-27-1993   age 99
   Contest Selectors
1979 DO, DW, HA, HP, JH, MS46.2%
1980 DO, DR, DW, HA, JH, RR37.5%

jazz clarinetist/saxophonist/arranger/composer  James Peter "Jimmy" Giuffre
born on 4-26-1921 in Dallas, Texas
expired 4-24-2008 in Pittsfield, Massachusetts   age 86   cause: pneumonia; Parkinson's disease
AKS: Joofrie Giufre Guiffre
symphony & opera orchestra conductor  Carlo Maria Giulini
born on 5-9-1914 in Barletta, Italy
expired 6-14-2005 in Brescia, Italy   age 91
 Luciana Giussani   with sister Angela created Diabolik
born on 4-19-1928
expired 3-31-2001 in Milan, Italy   age 72
get-rich-quick pitchman  Charles J. Givens Jr.   sleazy slug
born on 2-5-1941 in Decatur, Illinois
expired 7-12-1998 in Orlando, Florida   age 57   cause: prostate cancer
Apollo astronaut  Edward Galen Givens   didn't live long enough to be assigned a flight
born on 1-5-1930 in Quanah, Texas
expired 6-6-1967 in Houston, Texas   age 37   cause: automobile accident
former Greek Army General  Phaidon Gizikis   member of the military junta; followed Papadopolous as "president" (1973-74)
born on 6-17-1917 in Arta, Greece
expired 7-27-1999   age 82
 Karl Adolph Gjellerup   shared the 1917 Nobel prize in literature
¤pen name: Epigonos 
born on 6-2-1857 in Roholte, Zealand, Denmark
expired 10-11-1919 in Klotzsche, Germany   age 62
Jethro Tull bassist  John Glascock
born on 5-2-1951 in London, England
expired 11-17-1979   age 28   cause: following heart surgery
   Contest Selectors
1980 JW

 Elizabeth Glaser   wife of Paul Michael; mother of Jacob
born on 11-11-1947 in New York, New York
expired 12-3-1994 in Santa Monica, California   age 47   cause: complications from AIDS
folk singer  Tom Glazer   had pop hit with On Top of Spaghetti (1963)
born on 9-2-1914 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
expired 2-21-2003 in Rochester, New York   age 88   cause: complications from stroke
The Producers producer  Sidney Glazier   won Best Documentary Feature oscar for his production of The Eleanor Roosevelt Story (1965)
born on 5-29-1916 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
expired 12-14-2002 in Bennington, Vermont   age 86
interviewed by `Playboy Magazine' in August 1986interviewed by `Playboy Magazine' in December 1962 comedian  Herbert John "Jackie" Gleason   original Chester A. Riley on The Life of Riley tv series (1949-50); Ralph Kramden on The Honeymooners
born on 2-26-1916 in New York, New York
expired 6-24-1987   age 71   cause: colon cancer
   Contest Selectors
1979 DW, JW, MM, MS, YJ38.5%
1980 DR, DW, MM, VA25.0%

character actor  James Gleason   played the police Lt. in Aresenic and Old Lace
born on 5-23-1886 in New York, New York
expired 4-2-1959 in Woodland Hills, California   age 72
bad/tough-guy character actor  Paul Xavier Gleason   a friend of Jack Kerouac; the two went to see Splendor in the Grass together (1961) — it convinced Gleason to become an actor; portrayed the corrupt private investigator Clarence Beeks in Trading Places (1983) & high school principal Richard Vernon in The Breakfast Club (1985)
born on 5-4-1939 in Jersey City, New Jersey
expired 5-27-2006 in Burbank, California   age 67   cause: mesothelioma
Chiago White Sox manager (1919-23)  William J. "Kid" Gleason   managed the infamous "Black Sox" team
born on 10-26-1866 in Camden, New Jersey
expired 1-2-1933 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania   age 76
lawyer  William R. Glendon   argued the Pentagon Papers case before the Supreme Court on behalf of the Washington Post (won 6 to 3)
born on 5-1-1919 in Medford, Massachusetts
expired 12-25-2008 in White Plains, New York   age 89
retired CBS Radio newscaster  Joseph Christopher Glenn
born on 3-23-1938 in New York, New York
expired 10-17-2006 in Norwalk, Connecticut   age 58   cause: heart attack; liver cancer
big band jazz trombonist & vibraphonist  Tyree Glenn   performed with Louis Armstrong's All-Stars (1964-71)
born on 11-23-1912 in Corsicana, Texas
expired 5-18-1974 in Englewood, New Jersey   age 61
sports broadcaster  Martin Irving "Marty" Glickman   track athlete pulled from 1936 Berlin Olympic 400 meter relay team because he was Jewish
born on 8-14-1917 in New York, New York
expired 1-3-2001 in New York, New York   age 83   cause: complications from heart bypass surgery
Russian romantic composer  Reinhold Moritzovich Glière   wrote the ballet Red Poppy
born on 1-11-1875 in Kiev, Ukraine, Russia
expired 6-25-1956 in Moscow, Russia, USSR   age 81
AKS: Gliere
cover of `The Bog People' archaeology professor  Peter Vilhelm Glob   co-discovered remains of Dilmun; wrote Mosefolket Fernalderens Mennesker bevart i 2000 År (The Bog People; 1965)
born on --1911
expired 7-20-1985   age 84
Florida death row inmate  Robert Dewey Glock II
¤aka: number 093836 
born on 5-22-1961
expired 1-11-2001 in Starke, Florida   age 39   cause: executed; lethal injection
   Contest Selectors
2001 TEX12½%
   Did  Not Score - insufficient category citations (only 2 of the minimum 3 needed)

actress  Marie Glory
¤born: Raymonde Louise Marcelle Toully 
born on 3-3-1905 in Mortagne-au-Perche, Orne, Normandy, France
expired 1-24-2009 in Cannes, France   age 103
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country music harmonica player  Lonnie Glosson
born on 2-14-1908 in Judsonia, Arkansas
expired 3-2-2001   age 93
one-time Met Opera soprano (1909-12)  Alma Gluck   first wife of Efrem Zimbalist Sr.; mother of Jr. & Marcia Davenport; had hit record (2-million seller) with "Carry Me Back to Old Virginny"
¤born: Reba Fiersohn 
born on 5-11-1884 in Bucharest, Roumania
expired 10-27-1938 in New York, New York   age 54
art gallery owner  Lewis L. Glucksman   was a former Lehman Brothers trader
born on 12-22-1925
expired 7-5-2006 in Cobh, County Cork, Ireland   age 80

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