Hugh Bullock,98, a leading investment banker and the first...

Deaths Elsewhere

November 07, 1996

Hugh Bullock,98, a leading investment banker and the first U.S. citizen to receive the highest honor Britain bestows on foreigners, died Tuesday in New York after a series of strokes.

He was head of Bullock Investment Advisory Co. of New York and headed more than a dozen firms during a career that began in the 1920s.

He received numerous U.S. and international honors, including being the first U.S. citizen given the Order of the British Empire. Queen Elizabeth bestowed the honor upon him in 1976, during his 41-year tenure as president of the U.S. branch of the Pilgrims, a society promoting trans-Atlantic cooperation.

Allen E. Broussard,67, a retired justice of the California Supreme Court, died Tuesday in San Francisco after a brief illness. He was a liberal judge who wrote major rulings on the environment and the death penalty during a decade on the court.

Arthur Peterson,83, a character actor best remembered as Grandpa Tate on the television show "Soap," died Oct. 31 of Alzheimer's disease in Pasadena, Calif. As Grandpa Tate, he played a man known as The Major. "Soap" aired from 1977 to 1981. In 1936, he played the Rev. John Ruthledge on the original radio soap opera, "The Guiding Light."

Pub Date: 11/07/96

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