Mr. Van Patten’s portfolio ranged from Walt Disney family fare to Mel Brooks parodies.
Mrs. McIntosh later wrote a memoir and a book about fellow female colleagues in a wartime agency.
Mr. Neff, who worked in Vietnam and Israel for Time, wrote several acclaimed books on the Middle East.
For a range of small groups, Mr. Napoleon drew praise for his “driving, propulsive playing.”
Dr. Freedman wrote on subjects ranging from poet John Milton to comic entertainer Sam Levenson.
Mr. Strobel’s handling of a drug investigation fractured the city and forced his early retirement in 1987.
The public broadcasting executive helped forge the network’s structural bones.
His anti-capitalist polemic “The Open Veins of Latin America” became a lodestar for leftists worldwide.
Her tenure was one of relative administrative stability — a striking departure in a troubled system.
An entertainment critic for local broadcasting and print outlets, Joe Barber also appeared on WETA TV’s arts review program Around Town.