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Greer Garson Fogelson, Academy award-winning actress and philan- thropist who was married to Dallas oilman E.E. “Buddy” Fogelson, gave her final curtain call when she was laid to rest in 1996. Last year, Greer Garson Fogelson helped Mrs. Betty Newman, a brain tumor patient who underwent surgery at the E.E. and Gr r Garson Fog lson C nt r for N urosci nc s at Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas, regain her balance and agilit , allowing Mrs. Newman to run and play with her grandchildren.
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John “Jack” Jackson died in 2 2 at the age of 89. He and his late wife, Katie, spent years being devoted to each other and to giving back to their community. In 2 4, Mr. Jackson provided residents in the Presbyterian Village North retirement community the opportunity to gather together each day for Bible stud , to play a game of bridge, hear music per- formed by local high school students and to just spend time as a commu- nity in the expanded Corrigan Building activity center.