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Obituaries of Dallas Natives in Los Angeles Newspapers
chairman of the Creative Writing
department for many years.
He was the recipient of the prestigious
Joseph Henry Jackson Award, one of the
first writing fellowships ever given by the
National Endowment for the Arts, as well as
the Edgar Allen Poe Award of the Academy
of American Poets.
After teaching for 22 years he retired in
1988, he moved with his family to New
Orleans and devoted his life to writing
poetry and painting. The Stan Rice Gallery
was opened in 1999. Soon after
www.stanrice.com was developed.
Stan is the author of seven published books
of poetry and one book of his painting by
Knopf. His book "Red to the Rind" was just
published this fall. "False Prophet," his
latest collection of poems will appear in the
coming year. The list of his books are as
follows: 'Red to the Rind' (2002), 'Radiance
of Pigs' (1999), 'Fear Itself (1995),
'Singing Yet' (1992), 'Body of Work'
(1983), 'Whiteboy' (1976), 'Some Lamb'
(1975). 'Paintings' (1997) was published by
Alfred Knopf, New York.
A funeral service will be held on Friday,
December 13, 2002 at 3:00 p.m. at Bultman
Funeral Home, 3338 St. Charles Ave., New
Orleans, LA 70115. Visitation for friends
and family will begin at 1:00 p.m. Burial
will be private.
Memorials to Amnesty International, 322
8th Avenue, New York, NY 10001 are
preferred. Bultman Funeral Home is in
charge of arrangements, information (504)
Los Angeles Times, 12 February 2003
GOODWIN, Almedia "Meta" C.
Born January 8, 1916 in Dallas Texas to
James and Dot Parker, passed away
peacefully on February 9, 2003 in Arcadia,
She is survived by her daughter Patricia
Begley and husband Michael; son, Parker
Goodwin and wife Donna; grandchildren,
Michael Thomas Begley, Kelly Begley,
Sean Patrick Begley, Ross Allen Goodwin
and wife Kari; and Patrice Elizabeth
Reinhard and husband Bernard; four great-
grandchildren; numerous nephews, nieces
Private entombment in Hillcrest
Mausoleum, Dallas, Texas. If desired
memorials may be sent to the American
Pierce Brothers Simone DuBois Mortuary
(626) 287-0595 assisting the family.
Los Angeles Times, 1 June 2004
HAMMER, Michael Norman
Michael Norman Hammer, formerly of
Dallas TX, passed away in Modesto,
California, May 26, 2004 from a heart attack
[sic] while on business. Mike was born in
Dallas, Texas on January 8, 1937, and
attended Sunset High School, graduating in
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