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Houston Voice, No. 805, March 29, 1996
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Houston Voice, No. 805, March 29, 1996 - File 005. 1996-03-29. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. December 14, 2017. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/841/show/816.

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(1996-03-29). Houston Voice, No. 805, March 29, 1996 - File 005. Montrose Voice. University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/841/show/816

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Title Houston Voice, No. 805, March 29, 1996
Contributor
  • Darbonne, Sheri Cohen
Publisher Window Media
Date March 29, 1996
Language English
Subject
  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
  • Gay liberation movement
Place
  • Houston, Texas
Genre
  • newspapers
Type
  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 31485329
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Title File 005
Transcript 4 HOUSTON VOICE/ MARCH 29, 1996 In Loving Memory 4 RICHARD THOEN Richard Thoen, 44, formerly of Houston, died at his home in Amherst, MA February 5, 1996. While in Houston, Thoen was a program manager for First Interstate Bank. He was also a licensed massage ^^^^^^HJ therapist and opened his own business, "White Light Enterprises." •r tve^i,*flk Thoen was also a member of the National Leather Association as well as the Garden Party. He was ',;£& active in raising money for AIDS patients and volunteered massages for patients suffering from the \\mmm\\m\\mam disease Thoen was born in Kenmore, MA, graduated from St. Joseph's Collegiate Institute in 1969 and was a 1973 cum laude graduate of the University of Notre Dame where he earned a bachelor of science degree in theology. In 1973 he moved to Boston, MA where he taught religion and mathematics in the Archdiocese of Boston at St. Mary's in Brooklyn and Cathedral High School where he was coordinator of religious education. In addition to being a programmer for five years in the ATM division of the First National Bank of Boston, Thoen owned Centurion, a men's clothing specialty store for three years. In 1983 he moved to Little Rock, AR to work as a programmer and in 1988, to Houston to be a program manager for First Interstate Bank. Survivors include his mother, Maureen Thoen Golden of Amherst; six sisters, Maureen P. Fox of Joliet, IL, Sister Roberta of Lockport, MA, Mary Laura Bower of Akron, MA, Colleen Thur of Kenmore, MA and Kathleen Gallager and Barbara Hanel; and a brother, Jack Golden of Niagara Falls. In addition he is survived by his good friends in Houston, Margaret Dorr, Erika Lichter, Richard Wiederholt and Keville Ware. There will be a Celebration of Richard's Life on April 3. For those interested in attending, please cal! 523-2489 for time and location. ■&*mi -A^** ■mV^a/ .fi""'*' ^^m- >■*—*» «S "&. ^"t* J. - & ^_e^_%, ^-&i tat^mi -*S "**. s*"fci -*-JV *^"*i wff*"-Jv CAN'T FACE ANOTHER DAY? ▼PRIDE INSTITUTE3 ■SOLUTIONS Recovery begins with a simple phone call to Pride & Solutions. Founded nine years and 4,000 graduates ago, Pride is the nation's first and only accredited alcohol and drug treatment center devoted exclusively to lesbian, gay and bisexual patients. At our Southern California treatment center, patients heal from depression and anxiety as well as eating disorders and other self- destructive behaviors. We also treat HIV/AIDS related stress and grief. Call us. We will help. Medicare and Most Insurance Accepted. 1 -800-54-PRIDE 1 -800-DIAL GAY 1-SOO-54T-7433 -800-342-5429 A new location opening soon in New York. A Guesthouse Sunday - Thursday S49.50-la, per night for 2 Weekend Special I nights - 2 people Sl25-u. ites Available Up to 4 people (?*mtMf 5<mw at (At tltficx Vcc4: Crews Quarters Bar 1st Gay Bar on South Padre Island! 120 E. Atol Street P.O. Box 2309 South Padre Island, Texas 78597 (210) 761-5953 FAX (210) 761-4288 We accept Visa/MasterCard Write or call for a brochure. ICE ISSUE 805 March 29. 1996 Published Fridays Established 1974 as the Houston Montrose Star. re-established 1980 as ihe Houston Montrose Voice, changed name to The New Voice in 1991 incorporating the New Orleans Crescent City Star, re-established December 1, 1993 as the Houston Voice 811 Westheimer, Suite 105 Houston, Texas 77006 (713)529-8490 (800) 729-8490 Fax:(713)529-9531 Contents copyright 1995 Office Hours: 9am-5:30pm weekdays Crad Duren/pubiisher Jack Leonard/general manager Matthew Pennington/production manager EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT Sheri Cohen Darbonne/editor STAFF WRITERS Jon Harrison. Javier Tamez, Glen Webber, Mark Henry, Carolyn Roberts CONTRIBUTING WRITERS: Jon Anthony, Andrew Edmonson, John Reed,Jazz Paz, Chris Lambert.Kerry Kadell. Sam Dawster, Curt Morrison CARTOONISTS David Brady, Scotty, Earl Storm PHOTOGRAPHERS David Goetz. Kim Thompson ADVERTISING SALES DEPARTMENT Carolyn A Roberts, Susan Scott CLASSIFIEDS & PERSONALS Maggie Bralick NATIONAL ADVERTISING REPRESENTATIVE ""■widen Marketing. P O Bo* 51B WestlieW NJ (9081 232-2021 -VJV* —Partial arch 1! ' complete reproduction ol any advertisement news article or fealure. copy or photograph from the Houston Voice is specifically prohibited By federal Simula —Opinions expressed by columnists or cartoonists are not necessarily those ol the Houston Voice or its stall and we assume no liability lor the content expressed or implied ol said articles or likeness of persons Wing or dead, real or fictional m Ihe —Publication of Ihe name or photograph ol any person or or- ganualion m articles or advertising *n Ihe Houslon Voice is not lo be construed at any indication of the semal orientation of said person or organization —The appearance ol advertisemems or opinions ei pressed Iherem do not consMule an endorsemenl or guaranlee by The Houston Voice or Us slaff POSTMASTER Send address corrections lo B11 Westheimer Suite 10S. Houston. TX 77006 SuOscnpW" ">tc "■ us fby earner or US Mail) $1 75 per week (US 50 per 6 "■•*,nms *-" *91 00 per year) Display advertising deadline 1200pm CT Monday to reserve space. 5 00 P m CT Monday lo furnish ad copy, for Friday publication Classified advertising 8eaoT,w py**, cT Monday lor Friday publication Be«pon»iM*ly We do noi assume financial responsibility lo* claims by advertisers bul raadets are asked to advise Ihe news- p^er ol any suspic.cn of fraudulent or deceptive advertising and suspic-ons will be investigated Member National Gay Newspaper Guild. Gay 4 Lettwn Press Assooalicn. Associate member *,socMHed Press
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