Person:Gary Cordial (1)

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Gary Patrick Cordial
d.15 Jun 1992
m. 24 Mar 1949
  1. Gary Patrick Cordial1952 - 1992
Facts and Events
Name Gary Patrick Cordial
Gender Male
Birth[1] 16 Sep 1952 Corvallis, Benton, Oregon, United States
Death? 15 Jun 1992
Other[2]
Other[3]
References
  1. Cordial Father , in The Eugene Guard. (Eugene, Oregon)
    Page 18, 17 Sep 1952.

    CORVALLIS (IP) Jim Cordial, captain of the Oregon State College football team, was a father for the second time Wednesday. Mrs. Cordial gave birth to a 7-pound 5 ounce son at Good Samaritan Hospital Tuesday. The new arrival was named Gary Patrick. The Cordials have one other son, [living], 3.

  2. Butte, Silver Bow, Montana, United States. Montana Standard. (Butte, Montana)
    Page 28 , 31 Jul 1955.

    Mrs. Don Cox honored her daughter, Patsy Lynn, on her ninth birthday July 20 by inviting a group of friends for the afternoon. Games were played and refreshments were served to ... [living] and Gary Cordial ... Others present were Mrs. James Cordial ...

  3. STUTTGART-BOIJND 4 Young Ballet Fans To Study In Germany, in Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, United States. The Indianapolis Star. (Indianapolis, Indiana)
    Page 32, 15 Mar 1973.

    For a Little League baseball player, an invitation to work out with the Chicago Cubs is fantasy conjured while lolling under a shade tree on a quiet summer afternoon. A parallel for a ballet dancer of similar age would be an invitation to study with the world-famous Stuttgart (Germany) Ballet Company. In a few weeks, while most Little Leaguers are getting their arms in shape, four (maybe five) Indianapolis youngsters will realize a dream of their short life-limes when they go to Germany for two weeks with the Stuttgart company. KEVIN Pugh, Amy Drum (Kevin's partner), Beth Buker, Sue Carr and Gary Cordial all received the offer from the German government to pay for two weeks of classes with the ballet company. It all came about after the company -- probably best known for its two ex-dancers, Margot Fonteyn and Rudolf Nureyev -- saw 13-year-old Kevin perform last summer when it was in Indianapolis. "They went out of their minds over him," according to the five youngsters' instructor, Jack Copeland of Jordan College of Music of Butler University. AND Kevin, son of Mf. and Mrs. David Pugh, 318 Congress Avenue, is the only one of the talented youngsters without the full $500 the trip to Germany will cost each. The children must purchase the tickets by Saturday. In Little League parlance, Kevin is short the "spikes and glove" (round-trip plane ticket) he needs to practice with the professionals.