Alleged Nazi war criminal wanted by Russia dies in Quebec
Ryan Remiorz/Canadian Press
The second most wanted man on the Simon Wiesenthal Center’s list of Nazi war criminals — charged earlier this month by Russia with genocide — has died at age 93, his lawyer said.
Morris Wilkins, Who Lured Lovers to Poconos, Dies at 90
During the post-World War II marriage boom, when gas shortages persuaded honeymooners from New York and Philadelphia to stay closer to home, hoteliers began luring newlyweds to the Poconos instead of to Niagara Falls.
Robert V. Greco, 70, of Wellesley; District Court judge
Mr. Greco had a reputation for fairness and integrity in the suburban communities in the court’s jurisdiction.
Alicia Nash, 82; helped Nobel laureate rebuild life
Mrs. Nash was the stabilizing force behind John Nash, the mathematician and Nobel laureate who was plagued by schizophrenia for years.
Walter Byers, 93; shaped NCAA into sports powerhouse
Mr. Byers spent 36 years leading and shaping the organization that oversees college athletics, serving as the first executive director of the NCAA.