09 30 2014
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Chermaine Lombard-Hayes, 1931-2013

She retired from the City of Seattle Municipal Courts after 20 years of service

Chermaine Lombard-Hayes died peacefully at home in the early morning of March 17, 2013. Chermaine was born to Louis and Lucille (Douroux) Lombard in Algiers, La., Nov. 5, 1931.

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Services Planned for Harold Williams Sr. -- Youth Advocate, Business Leader and PCC Board Member

Williams was the first state Affirmative Action Director advising Gov. Bob Straub

Portland businessman, youth advocate and public servant Harold Williams Sr. has passed away after suffering a stroke last week. A towering figure on the Portland landscape for more than 50 years, Williams many achievements include serving as Oregon's first Affirmative Action Director, reporting to Gov. Bob Straub.

Read more: Services Planned for Harold Williams Sr. -- Youth Advocate, Business Leader and PCC Board Member

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