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Myer Feldman, Influential Adviser to President Kennedy
BY LARRY TEITELBAUM
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TRIBUTES
Mr. Feldman was chairman of the executive committee and lead director of the worldwide organization. Tim Shriver, chairman of the Special Olympics, practiced a quiet compassion, contributing time and money to help the organization thrive. "He was the hidden wise man (and the) guiding hand behind the legal structure of this movement and its grown and expansion."

After leaving government service, Mr. Feldman started a law firm which grew to more than 100 lawyers. He also ran radio stations and newspapers; was a book review editor for the Saturday Review; and produced six Broadway plays. Mr. Feldman is survived by his wife Adrienne Arsht; son Jim; a daughter, Jane Walker; two grandchildren; a sister; and his first wife, Jackie Moskovitz.
 
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