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A former Maryknoll priest-turned-actvist, he burned hundreds of draft records to protest the Vietnam War.
The former D.C. deputy chief was best known for his tenure leading the New Orleans department.
Mrs. Cox was a potter and ceramist at Alexandria’s Torpedo Factory.
She returned from retirement to lead Charles H. Flowers High School in Springdale, Md.
She also created an oversize set of Revolutionary War-era flags for the Bicentennial.
He spent nearly 30 years as a judge at the district, circuit and appellate court levels before working as a mediator.
As a reporter, columnist and muckraking newspaper owner, he helped illuminate the state’s struggles with race relations.
Mr. Lloyd, a son of heiress Rachel ‘Bunny’ Mellon, served in Laos in the 1960s.
His books about a curmudegeonly detective launched a long-running TV show.
Veteran Washington Post reporter and editor Bart Barnes was a green cub reporter when he was assigned to help cover the 1963 March on Washington, and he heard a speech he’ll never forget.