Peter A. Bonanni, 62, longtime publisher of Golf Magazine...

DEATHS ELSEWHERE

November 06, 1994

Peter A. Bonanni, 62, longtime publisher of Golf Magazine, died of cancer Thursday in New York. He joined Times Mirror Magazines in 1986 as the magazine's publisher. He was also treasurer of the National Golf Foundation. Earlier in his career, the Philadelphia native had been group vice president of CBS Publishing, publisher of Woman's Day and general manager of the New York Times Magazine.

Hamish Nisbet Munro, 79, a scientist who focused on protein metabolism and nutrition's role in the aging process, died Oct. 28 of Parkinson's disease in Glasgow. A fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh and the Royal College of Physicians of London, he was former president of the American Institute of Nutrition and a member of the National Academy of Science. In 1966, after publication of his pioneering four-volume series "Mammalian Protein Metabolism," he joined the faculty at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. In 1980, he became founding director of Tufts University's Human Nutrition Research Center in Aging. The center was the world's first for the study of nutrition and the aging process.

Dr. Martin H. Stryker, 51, an official of the New York Blood Center who helped make the clotting factors derived from blood plasma safe for hemophiliacs, died from complications in gall-bladder surgery on Oct. 30 in New Hyde Park, N.Y. He worked for the blood center more than 20 years and played an important role in developing a method using solvents and detergents to kill dangerous viruses in plasma and its derivatives. The method is used in 40 countries to protect hemophiliacs and others from blood-borne viruses such as hepatitis B and HIV, the virus that causes AIDS.

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