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Alzheimer's Disease

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  • Harry Onyett KlineSeptember 11, 1927 - April 25, 2015

    Harry Onyett Kline, 87, peacefully passed away at his Corona Del Mar, California home, on April 25, 2015, after a long battle with Alzheimer's disease. Harry was born on September 11, 1927, in Evanston, Illinois to Harry John Kline and Frances Elizabeth Kline. Harry attended Northwestern University and served in the United States Army in Japan. After graduating from Northwestern University, Harry worked for Keystone Securities. His profound business mind propelled his successful and longstanding career with Franklin Templeton Company. Harry served as the CEO and Regional Sales Manager of Franklin Templeton Distributors, Inc. from 1980 to 1990. Harry's career in the mutual fund industry spanned over 49 years. After retiring from Franklin Templeton, Harry served on the board of directors for Franklin Resources.
  • John N ArgosMay 29, 1926 - April 10, 2015

    John passed away peacefully after a four year battle with dementia. He was born in Mason City, Iowa, to Greek immigrant parents, Nicholas and Helen Totos-Argos. His life was a testament to their American Dream. Illness as a child scarred John with a...

    Apodaca: The wait for grandchildren is growing longer

    My mother never got to meet any of her grandchildren, and it saddens me knowing how much she would have loved being a grandparent. But the possibility of my parents not being around to enjoy their grandkids wasn't something I thought about when I was...

    Fitness Files: Eat a vegetable, don't be one

    When I left classroom teaching, a young teacher with a 100-watt smile took my place. Marlie's zany originality, no-nonsense manner and empathy for children made her exactly the person I hoped would replace me. That year, she turned 30. Rebelling...

    Out of the Blue: Stillness of the drums a sad commentary

    First of two parts. As news of the Full Moon Drum Circle controversy and its imminent demise has spread, I've been ruminating on what it is that draws me so devotedly to such an incendiary gathering. I suppose my love affair with rhythm began in the...