Edward B. Crosland, 83, a former senior executive of AT&T; Corp. who chaired the board of the Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts, died Tuesday of bone marrow failure and complications from anemia. As chairman of the Vienna, Va., foundation, he led supporters of the only U.S. national park for the performing arts.
Annie Fischer, 80, one of Hungary's greatest pianists, died Monday in Budapest. A child prodigy, she won the first Franz Liszt piano competition in 1933 and played in major concert halls in Europe, the United States and Australia.
T. Keith Glennan, 89, the first head of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, died Tuesday of a stroke.