Jorge GarcĂ­a Usta

Jorge García Usta was a Colombian novelist, poet and journalist. García was born in the San Jerónimo hospital of Montería as grandson of Sirio-Libanese immigrants, was son of the physician José Antonio García Schotborgh and his wife Nevija Usta Zaruf, who lived in Ciénaga de Oro; when he was three years old, his father died in Puebla, his mother died in 1988. In 1979 he matriculated at Universidad de Cartagena, where he lectured to study law, but soon changed to Saint Thomas Aquinas University, where he did his studies of philosophy and literature. In 1989 he married Rocío García. García worked for several Colombian journals and was president of the Circle of Journalists in Cartagena (Spanish: Círculo de Periodistas de Cartagena and of the Cultural Foundation Héctor Rojas Herazo. In 1984 he was awarded with the national León de Greiff poetry award. Due to a cerebral disease he died in the hospital of Bocagrande. Noticias desde la otra orilla, poetry, 1985 El libro de las crónicas, poetry, 1989 El reino errante: poemas de la migración y el mundo árabes, poetry, 1991 Monteadentro, poetry, 1992 La tribu interior, poetry, 1995 Noticias de un animal antiguo, poetry, 2001 Jorge García Usta in the Ibero-American Institute catalogue, Berlin

George Kosana

George Kosana was an American actor, best known for his role of Sheriff McClelland in George A. Romero's Night of the Living Dead. Kosana had been a member of Image Ten films, whereupon he worked on the crew and was one of the original ten investors in the 1968 classic. Kosana worked on other Image Ten films to include'The Booby Hatch' and'There's Always Vanilla', had made appearances at horror conventions. Concomittant with his film roles, Kosana worked in a steel mill in Clairton, Pennsylvania, an occupation which led to numerous heath issues, his last film, wrapped shortly before his death. In this final film as well as Living Dead, Kosana reprised and lampooned his role as Sheriff McClelland in Night. Kosana was found dead on December 30, 2016, eight days after his 81st birthday, at his home in Clairton, Pennsylvania, his death followed years of battling various illnesses, including emphysema/COPD and macular degeneration. George Kosana on IMDb