June Anderson Almquist, 75, a former Seattle Times...

Deaths Elsewhere

April 05, 2000

June Anderson Almquist, 75, a former Seattle Times columnist and assistant managing editor who covered high society events to women's issues, died Sunday of cancer. She was 75.

Hans Gustav Gueterbock, 91, a retired University of Chicago professor and one of the world's leading scholars of ancient Near Eastern languages, died Wednesday.

Sir Robert Sainsbury,93, who helped build up the venerable British supermarket chain that bears his family's name, died Sunday.

Milton Brutten,77, an expert on dyslexia who founded one of the nation's first private schools for children with learning disabilities, died March 16 in Devon, Pa., of complications from a stroke.

Brutten was a clinical psychologist. He frequently consulted with public and private schools and with families trying to obtain educational services for children with dyslexia.

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