"Doc" Tate Nevaquaya,63, a Comanche flutist and artist...

Deaths Elsewhere

March 07, 1996

"Doc" Tate Nevaquaya,63, a Comanche flutist and artist whose work was honored in the nation's Capitol and is included in the personal collection of Queen Elizabeth II, died Tuesday after a heart attack in Oklahoma City. He never had formal art lessons and used a traditional Indian technique of one-dimensional, detailed figures.

David Gebhard,68, educator and author of more than 50 books on architecture, died Sunday after a heart attack in Los Angeles.

Chuck Stevens,64, a drummer and brother of actress Connie Stevens, died Saturday after a heart attack in Las Vegas.

Pub Date: 3/07/96

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