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George L. Hawkes Lí49 Fairfax, Va., December 2005, government lawyer and advocate for the mentally challenged. Mr. Hawkes served as a recorder for the Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals for 30 years. He was also the founder of the Arlington Cooperative School for the Mentally Retarded and worked with other agencies that advocate for the rights of those who cannot represent themselves. Mr. Hawkes was a member of the V-12 program and served in the U.S. Navy during World War II. In 1950, he was elected to the State Legislature in Maine. Mr. Hawkes was predeceased by his wife Eleanor P. Ryan Hawkes, and is survived by his daughter, Patricia Hawkes; another daughter, Rosemary Hawkes-Harris; her husband Andrew Harris; and two grandsons, Andrew Harris and Gregory Harris.

Frank R. Huehnergarth Lí50 Lancaster, Pa., November 2005, a manager and consultant with Carpenter Technology Corporation of Reading, Pa. Mr. Huehnergarth retired in 1972 after 27 years with Carpenter. He is survived by his wife, Jane C. Huehnergarth; his brother John; his children, Gretchen, Frederick, and David; and four grandchildren.
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