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Todd M. Beamer, 32, an account manager for Oracle, a computer software company, left his Cranberry, New Jersey home on September 11 for a one-day business trip to San Francisco. Beamer was raised in the Chicago area and graduated from Wheaton College...
Lanny Ross struggled to push his 78-year-old mother through the surf toward shore. On a cool, cloudy October afternoon, his two-seater plane had smacked into the Chesapeake Bay, stranding them both amid five-foot waves. His mother's right eye was...
Jon Sanders has been named the head coach of Asbury University’s softball program athletics director Mark Perdue said Wednesday July 20. Sanders becomes the second coach of the program since it was resurrected in 2009 following a five-year hiatus....
CRYSTAL LAKE, Ill. (AP) — Officials say a Wheaton College student was among the four people killed in a small plane crash in suburban Chicago. College spokeswoman LaTonya Taylor tells The Chicago Tribune that the student is 21-year Ramie Harris...
News that Evangelist Rev. Billy Graham has been admitted to the hospital has captured the attention of his alma mater Wheaton College, where a campus leader said today she is praying for the famous alum. “He is an amazing man,” said Marilee...
Roger Chapman Title: Associate professor of American history, Palm Beach Atlantic University, West Palm Beach. Other job experience: Former reporter for weekly newspaper in Maryland; Former Bible and social science teacher at Inter-American School,...
RICHARD J. DORSO Talent agent, TV exec, boutique owner Richard J. "Dick" Dorso, 101, whose lengthy Hollywood career ranged from talent agent to television writer and producer to haberdasher, died April 6 at his home in Los Angeles, his family said....
Poly Styrene Singer in the punk band X-Ray Spex Poly Styrene, 53, the braces-wearing singer who belted out "Oh bondage, up yours!" with the punk band X-Ray Spex, died Monday, according to a statement on her website. Styrene, whose real name was...
It's college application season, when those famous lists of college rankings really start to matter. But do they? Sure, the traditional lists can help you choose a strong academic program with national cachet. But what about all those 101 other things...
Tribune staff reporterThe suburbs of Chicago are like people: Each one has a unique personality with its own appeal and claim to fame. The problem is that (many) city-dwellers balk at the idea of going to the suburbs, and (lots of) suburbanites think first of Chicago —...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterRuth Graham, the wife of evangelist Billy Graham, who supported her famous husband as he spread the Gospel to millions but dispelled the notion of the demure preacher's wife with her humor, spunk, poetry-writing and motorcycle riding, died Thursday at her...
Tags: Children, Billy Graham, Death, Crimes, Poetry
Times Staff WriterHe is 86 now and suffering from Parkinson's disease, a progressive nervous disorder that makes it difficult for him to write by hand. He is using a walker as he recuperates after two falls earlier this year that broke his pelvic bone in three places....
Tags: Billy Sunday, Children, Charlotte, Politics, Government
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