Ed Herlihy, 89, a radio announcer who was the voice of...

Deaths Elsewhere

February 04, 1999

Ed Herlihy, 89, a radio announcer who was the voice of Kraft Foods for 40 years, died Saturday in New York. His voice was also heard on 1940s newsreels telling moviegoers about the battles of World War II and the end of the war in 1945.

Marion Boyars, 71, one of Britain's first women publishers, died Monday in London. She developed a stable of writers that included five Nobel Prize winners.

Adm. Harold E. Shear, 80, who rose to vice chief of naval operations during a 42-year Navy career and bolstered the use of submarines as a crucial part of the nation's nuclear deterrent, died Monday in Groton, Conn.

Fathi Ghanim, 75, a veteran Egyptian editor and author of best-selling novels, died Tuesday in Cairo.

Werner P. Heuschele, 69, a former bus driver at the San Diego Zoo who became one of the zoo's top veterinarians, died Monday in San Diego.

Pub Date: 2/04/99

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