Cecil Morgan, 100, a leader of the group of Louisiana state legislators that impeached Gov. Huey P. Long in 1929, died June 14 in New Orleans.
The pro-impeachment group, dubbed "the dynamite squad," accused Long of trying to arrange the murder of a political opponent, bribing lawmakers, carrying concealed weapons and demolishing the governor's mansion without authorization. Though the House voted impeachment, the state Senate did not convict.
Mr. Morgan left the Legislature in 1934 after being elected a judge in Shreveport. Two years later, he joined Standard Oil. He moved to Standard's corporate office in New York in 1954, taking the jobs of assistant to the chairman for public affairs and head of government relations. He left Standard in 1963 to become Tulane University's law school dean, a position he held for five years.
Cecilia Danieli, 56, who built her family's steel tool company into a major company doing business with the former Soviet Union and the Middle East, died of cancer June 17 at a hospital in Udine, Italy.
Joining her family's steel toolmaking company when she was young, Ms. Danieli, who was nicknamed the "Iron Lady," rose from administration and sales to eventually become chairman and managing director in 1984.
Under her direction, the family business expanded to include bases in the United States as well as in Buttrio, near Udine. It also began selling completely furnished steel plants.