Jean Broward Shevlin Gerard,58, an adviser to former...


August 08, 1996

Jean Broward Shevlin Gerard,58, an adviser to former President Ronald Reagan and the last U.S. ambassador to UNESCO, died Monday in Paris of lung cancer. A political appointee, she was ambassador to the U.N. Educational,

Scientific and Cultural Organization from 1981 until the United States pulled out of the organization in 1984.

Robert E. Linhard,49, an Air Force major general who was a special assistant to President Ronald Reagan, died Saturday of a heart attack in Oakton, Va. From 1981 to 1988, he served in the White House, where he was senior defense programs director for the National Security Council and Reagan's special assistant for nuclear issues and arms control.

Hernan Siles Zuazo,83, former Bolivian president and a leader of 1952 revolution that brought far-reaching social and economic reforms to his country, died Tuesday in Montevideo, Uruguay, after a long illness. He was president from 1956 to 1960 and from 1982 to 1985. His presidency in 1982 restored democracy to Bolivia after nearly 18 years of harsh military rule.

Lloyd "Mac" McCormick,79, a longtime Teamsters Union official who served four terms in the Montana Legislature, died Saturday in Great Falls, Mont.

Pub Date: 8/08/96

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