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Tom Clancy Dead Tom Clancy dies in Baltimore age 66 Hunt for Red October Author 1947-2013 Tom Clancy Died Tom Clancy dies in Baltimore age 66 Hunt for Red October Author 1947-2013 Tom Clancy Died Tom Clancy dies in Baltimore age 66 Hunt for Red October Author 1947-2013 Tom Clancy Died Tom Clancy dies in Baltimore age 66 Hunt for Red October Author 1947-2013 Thomas Leo "Tom" Clancy, Jr. (April 12, 1947 -- October 1, 2013)[1][2] was an American author who is best known for his technically detailed espionage and military science storylines that are set during and in the aftermath of the Cold War, along with video games which bear his name for licensing and promotional purposes. His name was also a brand for similar movie scripts written by ghost writers and many series of non-fiction books on military subjects and merged biographies of key leaders. He was Vice Chairman of Community Activities and Public Affairs, as well as a part-owner of the Baltimore Orioles Clancy was born in Baltimore, Maryland.[1] He attended Loyola Blakefield in Towson, Maryland, graduating with the class of 1965.[1] He then attended Loyola College in Baltimore, graduating in 1969.[1] Before making his literary debut, he spent some time running an independent insurance agency. Clancy and his first wife Wanda married in 1969, separated briefly in 1995, and permanently separated in December 1996.[3] Clancy filed for divorce in November 1997,[4] which became final in January 1999.[5] In 1993, Tom Clancy joined a group of investors that included Peter Angelos and bought the Baltimore Orioles from Eli Jacobs. In 1998, he reached an agreement to purchase the Minnesota Vikings, but had to abandon the deal because of the divorce settlement cost. On June 26, 1999, Clancy married freelance journalist Alexandra Marie Llewellyn, whom he had met in 1997.[6] Llewellyn is the daughter of J. Bruce Llewellyn, and a family friend of Colin Powell, who originally introduced the couple to each other.[7] In 2008, the French video game manufacturer Ubisoft purchased the use of Clancy's name for an undisclosed sum. It has been used in conjunction with video games and related products such as movies and books.[8] Based on his interest in space, and his investment in the launch vehicle company Rotary Rocket, in 2007 Clancy was interviewed for the documentary film Orphans of Apollo. Clancy died October 1, 2013 at a Baltimore hospital. {From Wikipedia} worthynewscasts,Tom Clancy (Author),Book,Books,Death,tom clancy dies,tom clancy dead,The Hunt For Red October (Book),Clear And Present Danger (Film),tom clancy ghost recon,tom clancy rainbow six,vegas 2,tom clancy rainbow six vegas 2,Patriot Games,The Sum of All Fears,Red Rabbit,Dead or Alive,Command Authority,Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell,Tom Clancy's H.A.W.X Tom Clancy Dead: Celebrated Thriller Author Dies At Age 66