Unlike in our past nine years, many contributors to POH died in
single year. We also got notice of the death of one print issue
- Indiana Black
president Rev. Charles R. Williams, 56, died July 12 of prostate
He contributed, “My Fight Against Prostrate Cancer,” in the Nov 2003 -
2004 print issue.
- Robert S.
Jr., a prominent diet doctor who, with his daughter, contributed,
Black Diet Doctor's Solution for Black Women,” in the August 2004
2004 print issue, died November 13 in a traffic accident. He was
owner Talmadge Eugene Smith died October 16. He was
75. Deanwood Pharmacy
was one of the last pharmacies in Washington, D.C. owned by
of the former enslaved. Smith was one of POH’s first
advertisers. Before opening
his own operation, the Howard University graduate was one of the first
to work for a White-owned pharmacy.
- Richard S.
(Gary) Post-Tribune North Lake editor and columnist, died November
from heart complications. He was 53. Grey supported Port
Of Harlem by providing the quarterly print issue coverage in Northwest Indiana’s
daily newspaper. [Our print issue is available in all Gary Public
Lake Street Gallery, and S&C Snacks in the Adam Benjamin
- Print issue
Dorothy Winters of Gary, IN died March 19. She was 85.