Barbara Ward


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English economist and conservationist (1914-1981)

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Survivors include five children, Charles Windom, Barbara Ward and Martha Pittman, all of Springfield, Eugene Beebe of Ketchikan, Alaska, and John Lowell of Nordman, Idaho; three brothers, Dale Short and Earl Short, both of Tennessee, and Gerald Short of Georgia; 16 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren; and three great-great-grandchildren.
HAPPY - Top, Elsie Cornwall with staff and volunteers from the day hospice and above Lynn Forsyth, day hospice sister at the North Tyneside PCT day hospice, with Barbara Ward SOCIABLE: - Peter O'Herlihy, (volunteer), Day hospice staff member Elsie Cornwall, Nick Holland (volunteer), and day hospice patients
BARBARA Ward makes a poignant pilgrimage every day to visit the grave of her teenage daughter, whose life was ended by a foreign lorry driver on the M6 motorway.
Summary: Barbara Ward, the distinguished writer for The Economist and a close friend of Robert McNamara, told me back in 1972 that McNamara obled inside for what heAEd done in Vietnamo.
A couple of important omissions include Our Plundered Planet by Fairfield Osborne (1948), and the works of Barbara Ward in the 1960s and 1970s, which laid so much of the foundation for the later work of the Brundtland Commission.
Richard Goodmanson and Barbara Ward will both fill casual non-executive director vacancies on the Qantas board.
Barbara Ward, descendant of one of the families buried in this cemetery, gave a very impressive talk and the blessing prior to the unveiling of the monument.
After receiving his Eagle Scout Medal from Scoutmaster Mark Seamands, Ward presented his parents, Dennis and Barbara Ward, with Eagle Parent pins.
Barbara Ward has joined SOS as a sales representative after 25 years in the contract furniture industry in Arkansas.
Mrs Barbara Ward, corporate director for housing, health and care and director of social services, said the council had already implemented a range of improvements since the assessment had been carried out.
Barbara Ward grew up on a farm in East Texas, where trees were naturally sparse.
She highlights the work of Rachel Carson and Barbara Ward in bringing ecological issues to global attention.
12 equal: Barbara Ward, 64, personnel director of IT company.
Barbara Ward looked at Canada's experiment with multiculturalism in 1968 and liked what she saw.