John Pfeiffer, 75, who produced recordings by some of...


February 12, 1996

John Pfeiffer, 75, who produced recordings by some of classical music's most famous artists, including Van Cliburn, Jascha Heifetz and Arturo Toscanini, in a 50-year career, died Thursday of a heart attack at his New York office.

Affleck Gray, 89, a Scottish mountaineer, author and expert on the legendary Big Gray Man of Ben MacDhui, died Wednesday.

The Rev. Frank C. Carr, 73, who gave up a publishing career to start a program for minority students, died Wednesday in Yuma, Ariz. Mr. Carr founded INROADS, a nonprofit college preparatory and career-development organization for minority students, in 1970.

John H. Loudon, 90, who headed the Shell Oil Co. from 1951 until 1965, died Feb. 4 in Haarlem, Netherlands.

Derek Worlock, 76, the Roman Catholic archbishop of Liverpool, England, died of cancer Thursday.

Tony Costa, 85, a clarinetist who played with traditional New Orleans jazz bands until his retirement several years ago, died Thursday in New Orleans.

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