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The cause of death was not immediately disclosed.Clancy works closely tracked Americans security fears, moving from Cold War face offs to terrorist attacks and both fascinated readers with their high stakes plots and enthralled military experts with their precise details.The books also inspired Hollywood blockbuster films including and Present Danger, starring Harrison Ford, and a series of video games, published by Ubisoft Entertainment SA.Clancy career also benefited from fans within Washington power circles. His 1984 debut October, the account of a rogue naval commanded on a nuclear armed Soviet submarine won praise from then president Ronald Reagan, who declared it a good total, Clancy published 25 fiction and non fiction books, which also included Sum of All Fears and Six. Later books moved on from the Cold War to deal with terrorism and friction between the United States and China.FANS IN UNIFORMThe detail of Clancy novels sometimes raised eyebrows in the intelligence community.
Post production studio Freefolk opens its first office in New York City this month. Offices, bringing team members with him across the Atlantic as needed. Heading up the New York office is Executive Producer Celia Williams, whose experience includes being head of production at DDB New York and Arnold New York, along with stints at DDB Chicago, The Martin Agency, McGarryBowen, Ogilvy Mather, StrawberryFrog and Hudson Rouge.
From 1966 until 2002, Mr Bouillion was with KPMG LLC where he served as Managing Partner of the New Orleans office from 1991 through 2002 and as Tax Partner In Charge of the New Orleans office from 1977 through 1991. Since his retirement from KPMG in 2002, Mr. Bouillion has served as the Managing Director of Bouillion Associates, LLC, which provides tax and financial planning services.