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                                Then-Honolulu Star-Bulletin Chairman Chinn Ho gives a warm welcome to Rosalynn Carter, wife of former President Jimmy Carter, at the Kahala Hilton on March 24, 1984.
Former first lady Rosalynn Carter dies at 96

“Rosalynn is my best friend … the perfect extension of me, probably the most influential person in my life,” then-President Jimmy Carter told aides during their White House years, which spanned from 1977-1981. Read more

                                Then-state Sen. Sam Slom, who served 20 years in the Senate, stands in his office at the state Capitol.
Late state Sen. Sam Slom to be celebrated at Capitol

Friends, family and legislative colleagues have planned the only public “celebration of life” for state Sen. Sam Slom, who died in May at the age of 81 after serving 20 years in the Senate. Read more

                                This undated photo provided by Jane Friedman shows Stephen Rubin posing for a picture in his kitchen in West Hampton, N.Y., Rubin, a longtime publishing executive with an eye for bestsellers and a passion for music and public life who helped launched the career of John Grisham, among others, and released such blockbusters as “The Da Vinci Code” and “Fire and Fury,” has died, Friday, Oct. 13. He was 81.
Stephen Rubin, publisher of ‘The Da Vinci Code,’ dies at 81

Book publishing is hard to imagine without the raspy-voiced Rubin, a powerful and colorful presence for decades with his tortoiseshell glasses, stylish suits and wide range of friends and colleagues, from Jacqueline Kennedy to Beverly Sills. Read more

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