In Memory Of
Richard Anthony Cawley
United States of America / Seat 16J
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Richard Anthony Cawley
July 09, 1945 - December 21, 1988 (Age: 43)

Born in New York, New York, Richard Anthony Cawley graduated from the Bolles School in Jacksonville, Florida. In 1968, he received his B.A. from the University of Virginia, where he was a member of St. Elmo Hall. Richard served with the U.S. Marine Corps before joining Dean Witter Corporation and subsequently The First Boston Corporation.

In 1976, he founded Rain Hill Group of New York, a multinational investment and acquisition services company. He was a member of the National Venture Capital Association, the Association for Corporate Growth, the New York Academy of Sciences, the Licensing Executives Society, and the Japan Society. He served on the Executive Council of the Alumni Association of the University of Virginia's New York Chapter and was founder and Chairman of the Harriman Cup, Ltd., which benefits both the University of Virginia and Yale University. He also lectured frequently at Columbia University and New York University.

An avid sailor, Richard was co-owner of MARGIN CALL, a charter motorsailer based in St. Thomas, Virgin Islands. He was a member of the New York Yacht Club and the New York Racquet Club.

He is survived by his mother, Genevieve McGeehan Walters, of Manalpan, Florida; his brothers, Leo of New York, and John of San Francisco; as well as his fiancée, Constance Evans, of New York. His father, Leo Cawley, is deceased. Since the first edition of On Eagles' Wings was published, Richard's mother, Genevieve, has passed away.

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