Posts categorized "Obituary"

Rare are those people whose lives have been of such richness and merit that they earn a New York Times obituary the day after their death. IA Carol… Read More »
US Chess has learned that IA Ken Ballou has died. Ballou, a life member of US Chess, directed 291 tournaments according to his records, with a total… Read More »
US Chess has learned that Harold J. Winston, a giant in the history of the governance of the US Chess Federation, has died. Winston served as the US… Read More »
The three-time US Chess Champion and Hall of Fame coach and author passed away January 18.Read More »
Susan Kantor, who just recently retired from US Chess on July 21, has died from complications associated with cancer, US Chess has learned. Executive… Read More »
Don Schultz, a former US Chess President (1996-1999) and member of the FIDE Executive Board (1982-1990), died Monday, April 20, in New Jersey. He was… Read More »
Long-time chess publisher and entrepreneur Bob Long is dead at 74. He was found murdered in his home after an apparent home invasion and robbery.… Read More »
The November 2019 edition of “Cover Stories with Chess Life” is now live! This monthly podcast, hosted by Senior Director of Strategic Communication… Read More »
Dr. Dale A. Brandreth, renowned publisher, editor, collector and author of chess books, passed away on September 9, 2019, in Hockessin, Delaware. He… Read More »
A long-time nationally syndicated chess columnist and the face of the Fischer-Spassky match in America, Shelby Lyman died Sunday at age 82. courtesy… Read More »

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