Deaths Elsewhere

Deaths Elsewhere

March 10, 2003

The Most Rev. Harry A. Clinch, 94, a participant in the historic Second Vatican Council and first bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Monterey, died Saturday in Santa Cruz, Calif., of complications from pneumonia.

Bishop Clinch voted at the council, called by Pope John XXIII in 1962 and completed under Paul VI, which initiated sweeping changes in the church.

Jim Donald, 57, a quadriplegic attorney who fought for increased access for the disabled, died Feb. 24 in Sacramento, Calif., after apparently falling from his wheelchair.

As deputy director for legal and legislative affairs at California's Department of Rehabilitation in 1975, he helped lead a review of building standards that resulted in regulations making such things as curbs, buses and public facilities more accessible to the disabled.

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