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DIED: James Thomas Deely, 51 advertising manager for The Washington Blade and former president of the gay Catholic group Dignity/Washington, of cirrhosis, February 25.

BLED: Glenn Hughes, 50, the leatherman member of the disco group the Village People, in Manhattan, of lung cancer, March 4.

DIED: Edward T. Rogowsky, 60, an openly gay professor at Brooklyn College and a member of the New York City Planning Commission, of a heart attack, March 18.

INDUCTED: Texas native and syndicated columnist Liz Smith, into the Texas Film Hall of Fame, March 9.

RESIGNED: Even Wolfson, as senior staff attorney and Marriage Project director at Lambda Legal Defense and Education Fund, effective April 30.
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Title Annotation:News Briefs
Publication:The Advocate (The national gay & lesbian newsmagazine)
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Apr 24, 2001
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