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  • Paul Fay dies at 91; friend of JFK, former Navy official

    Paul Fay dies at 91; friend of JFK, former Navy official
    Paul "Red" Fay, who met John F. Kennedy when they were both in the Navy, joined his administration as undersecretary of the Navy and then wrote a bestselling book about their friendship, has died. He was 91. -------------------- FOR THE RECORD: Fay...
  • Togo W. Tanaka dies at 93; journalist documented life at Manzanar internment camp

    Togo W. Tanaka, a former journalist and businessman whose reports on life inside the Manzanar internment camp illuminated divisions in the Japanese American community after the attack on Pearl Harbor and the tensions that eventually erupted in riots at...
  • Robert S. McNamara dies at 93; architect of the Vietnam War

    Robert S. McNamara dies at 93; architect of the Vietnam War
    Driven, cerebral and pugnacious, Robert S. McNamara was the preeminent policymaker behind the massive buildup of American forces in Vietnam between 1964 and 1968. As Defense secretary for two administrations, he wielded blizzards of facts and figures to...
  • Founder of executive search firm

    William "Mo" Marumoto, who grew up in a World War II internment camp for Japanese Americans and became a White House aide to President Richard M. Nixon, died Nov. 25 at a hospital in Falls Church, Va., after a heart attack. He was 73. Marumoto, a...
  • A change of plans at Descanso Gardens

    It's magical to walk among the century-old oak trees and the thousands of camellias that take shelter under them in Descanso Gardens, a chance even now, when the flowers are not in bloom, to gaze wide-eyed at the glories of the planet. But however...
  • James E. Swett dies at 88; Marine Corps pilot in WWII

    James E. Swett, a former U.S. Marine Corps pilot who was awarded the Medal of Honor after shooting down seven Japanese bombers in 15 minutes over the Solomon Islands during World War II, died Sunday of congestive heart failure at Mercy Medical Center in...
  • Great L.A. Air Raid mystery a reason to party

    Great L.A. Air Raid mystery a reason to party
    Pat Carrell was 3 years old and living with her parents and baby brother in Hawthorne when she was awakened by the sound of booming antiaircraft guns in the morning hours of Feb. 25, 1942. Less than three months after the attack on Pearl Harbor, the...
  • PASSINGS

    Lloyd Ruby Indy 500 racing driver Lloyd Ruby, 81, who raced in the Indianapolis 500 for 18 straight years and won the 24 Hours of Daytona endurance race in 1966, died Monday in his hometown of Wichita Falls, Texas, according to Lunn's Colonial Funeral...
  • Verne Orr dies at 92; Air Force secretary during Reagan administration

    Verne Orr, the former director of the California Department of Motor Vehicles and Air Force secretary during the Reagan administration, died Thursday of complications from old age at his Pasadena home, according to his family. He was 92. As Air Force...
  • S. Stephen Nakashima dies at 86; former regent voted to end affirmative action at UC campuses

    S. Stephen Nakashima, a World War II relocation camp survivor and longtime attorney who voted with the conservative majority on the UC Board of Regents that banned affirmative action in UC hiring and admissions in the mid-1990s, has died. He was 86....
  • A monument to Japanese Americans in the Antelope Valley is restored

    A monument to Japanese Americans in the Antelope Valley is restored
    The phone call to Tom Shiokari came last July. The news was unexpected. But after almost 70 years, a wrong was to be set right and a dishonorable chapter in the history of the Antelope Valley's Japanese American community rewritten. Dayle DeBry, director...
  • Army Sgt. Robert T. Ayres III, 23, Brentwood; killed in combat in Iraq

    Army Sgt. Robert T. Ayres III, 23,  Brentwood; killed in combat in Iraq
    Robert T. "Bobby" Ayres III was a sandy-haired, drums-playing teenager who loved music by the Ramones and the Grateful Dead when he stumbled half-awake into his father's Brentwood kitchen one morning and saw the World Trade Center ablaze on television....