David Barrow Dick February 18, — July 16,was a journalist from Kentucky who was a correspondent for CBS News from to and thereafter a professor at his alma mater, the University of Kentucky in Lexington, a book author, and publisher. Born and reared in Cincinnati, Ohio, Dick was one of three children—he had two sisters—of Dr. After the death of his father, he moved to Kentucky as an older teenager with his mother.
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David Barrow Dick February 18, — July 16,was a journalist from Kentucky who was a correspondent for CBS News from to and thereafter a professor at his alma mater, the University of Kentucky in Lexingtona book author, and publisher. Born and reared in Cincinnati, OhioDick was one of three children—he had two sisters—of Dr. After the death of his father, he moved to Kentucky as an older teenager with his mother.
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Updated February 08, The family of a man brutally killed in the car park of a Melbourne shopping centre last week were so distressed they did not recognise his brother in CCTV footage captured at the scene, police say. The homicide squad are searching for the older brother of year-old David Dick, who was killed at the Westfield Doncaster shopping centre on Friday, with his attacker leaving a bloody trail away from the crime scene.
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He was one of the first correspondents on the scene after the mass suicide in Guyana when Jim Jones and of his followers drank poisoned Kool-Aid and died in the jungle. After he retired from CBS, he became professor of journalism at University of Kentucky and was appointed director of the School of Journalism. In April,David began writing the back page for the monthly Kentucky Living magazine, and soon began publishing what would eventually become 15 books, most of them based on the quiet lives of Kentucky residents.
More than 75 book lovers from five different community groups and their guests enjoyed an evening with author and former CBS News correspondent David Dick Tuesday at the Maysville Country Club. Special guests were two young people from the Children of the American Revolution. Born inin Cincinnati, Dick was 18 months old when his father, a physician and surgeon, died, and his mother returned with her three small children to her native Bourbon County. His first job as a writer was for WHAS radio and television in Louisville, where he worked from toand became an on-air journalist.