Neil Libum Halliday Jr.

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-- Adam Bernstein The Washington Post 2008

Neil Libum Halliday Jr.

Neil L. Halliday Jr., 60, a former vice president of the American Diabetes Association in
Alexandria, died Nov. 22 at his home in Dallas. He had bladder cancer. Mr. Halliday was
an assistant controller for Xerox in Rochester, N.Y., before joining the American
Diabetes Association in the mid-1980s as vice president of administrative and
information services.

He was a Washington resident before moving in 2000 to Dallas, where he had been vice
president of information technology for the American Heart Association.

Neil Lilburn Halliday Jr. was born in Lexington, Ky., and raised in Washington, where he
was a
1966 graduate of Western High School. In 1971, he received a bachelor's
degree in management from Northeastern University in Boston, and he later received a
master's degree in finance and investments from George Washington University.
He graduated from the Coast Guard Academy in New London, Conn., and served from
1972 to 1979, attaining the rank of lieutenant commander.

His marriage to Linda Bodie Halliday ended in divorce.

Survivors include his wife of 20 years, Donna Malbroue Halliday of Dallas; a son from his
first marriage, Neil L. Halliday III of Rochester; a daughter from  his second marriage,
Nicole Halliday of Dallas; a sister, Antoinette Schooler of  Washington; and two
grandsons.