Alleged Nazi war criminal wanted by Russia dies in Quebec

Vladimir Katriuk was photographed at his honeybee farm in Ormstown, Quebec, in 2012.

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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 designed and installed the Poconos’ first heart-shaped bathtub, and the hotel business boomed.

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.

Judge Greco was known for his work ethic. He died less than a year after stepping down from the bench at age 70.

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.

John and Alicia Nash at the Academy Awards in 2001.

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.

Mr. Byers (center) gave a statement to reporters in Atlanta after Indiana University was placed on probation in 1960.

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.

Mr. Ambrose assumed authorship of “The Pacific” after his father died in 2002.

Hugh Ambrose, at 48; author of WWII book, ‘The Pacific’

A son of the popular historian Stephen E. Ambrose, the younger Mr. Ambrose began his career as a researcher on his father’s books.

Robert S. Wistrich, at 70; scholar studied anti-Semitism

Dr. Wistrich, the author or editor of 29 books, devoted his four-decade scholarly career to dissecting anti-Semitism.

T.K. Jones, 82; urged use of shovels to survive in nuclear race

Mr. Jones turned a defiant Soviet threat when he declared that Americans could survive a nuclear attack by digging shelters.

Mr. Fleetwood sat near a home he built in East Hampton.

Francis Fleetwood, at 68; architect designed homes for wealthy

Mr. Fleetwood drew on the work of Stanford White to transform the architectural aesthetic of the Hamptons on Long Island.

Representative Murphy had accepted a $50,000 bribe.

John Murphy, at 88; NY congressman caught in Abscam

Mr. Murphy was one of about half a dozen members of Congress convicted of taking illicit cash payments in the Abscam sting operation.

Victor Salvi, at 95; harp maker was ‘lord of the strings’

Mr. Salvi was a scion of an Italian musical dynasty who became one of the world’s preeminent manufacturer of harps.

Mary-Margaret Almonte, at 53; teacher created charity

Ms. Almonte taught English as a second language in Malden and created the charity Healing Hope.

Michael Stone, 72; UMass Boston professor, affordable housing advocate

A fascination with urban planning inspired Dr. Stone to pursue work that addressed the economic and housing issues of the poor.