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This page is dedicated to those WMR members who are no longer with us. We will eternally be grateful for their support, friendship, and contributions and they will always remain in our fondest of memories.

If anyone is aware of other members who may have left us and would like them included on this memoriam page, please contact: [email protected]

"Sir" Peter Anderson, Key West, Conch Republic

Diane Carter, Shreveport, Louisiana  

Walker (Wally) Cunningham
, San Francisco, California

Ernie Fitzgerald, McLean, Virginia

Cliff Hammond (Progress), Austin, Texas

Judge Ferdinando Imposimato, Rome, Italy

Robert Finnegan, Jakarta, Indonesia

Senator and presidential candidate Mike Gravel, Seaside, California

John Edward Hurley, former deputy White House bureau chief of the McClendon News Service, chair of the McClendon Study Group at the National Press Club.

John Kelly, former investigative reporter for NBC Huntley-Brinkley News and the CBS Evening News with Walter Cronkite

Jack Kujawski (National Press Club bartender), Washington, DC

Brian Lloyd, Attorney-at-Law, Washington, DC

John McLaughlin, The McLaughlin Group, Washington, DC


F. Lynn McNulty
, McLean, Virginia

Becky Mosely, Marietta, Georgia [photo unavailable]

Raja Mujtaba, ( Pakistan [photo unavailable]

John Oravec (veteran Washington Star reporter), Rockville, Maryland 

Jeane Palfrey
, Vallejo, California 

Dr. William Royce, Montgomery Village, Maryland, retired Voice of America Persian program director

William Bradford Shanley, New Haven, Connecticut

William H. Simon, Berlin, New Jersey

Gwen Smith, Valrico, Florida

Arun Shrivastava, Delhi, India [photo unavailable]

Alan Simpson, Washington, DC

Jack Tuttle, Champaign, Illinois

Richard "Buzz" Viau, Arlington's most famous bartender, Virginia [Photo unavailable]

Ambassador Joe Wilson, Santa Fe, New Mexico

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