Deaths of note from around the world:
Charles Bush, 72: Bush became the first African-American to serve as a U.S. Supreme Court page in 1954 — the same year the court desegregated public schools — and later was one of the first black graduates of the U.S. Air Force Academy. Died of colon cancer Nov. 5 at his home in Lolo, Mont.
Gray Foy, 90: An artist of considerable early reputation, Foy was known in later years as a tastemaker, bon vivant, salonnier, partygoer, party-giver, genteel accumulator and perennial fixture of New York cultural life. Died Nov. 23 in his New York City apartment.
Alan Oser, 81: Writer and editor Oser was The New York Times’ authoritative voice in real estate coverage for more than 30 years. Died of a stroke Nov. 27, in Barcelona, Spain.