• Tony Dees

    Anthony Michael "Tony" Dees (born August 6, 1963 in Pascagoula, Mississippi) is a former American hurdler.

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  • Aron Dees

    Aron Dees (born in Lakin, Kansas ) is an Americancountry music singer, songwriter , producer and band leader. Aron Dees signed with Avitor Music International in 2005 and he released his first album, entitled The Self-titled album in May 2007.

  • Fisher v. Dees

    Fisher v. Dees was a 1986 case whose judgement refined the doctrine of fair use in American copyright law.

  • James Parker Dees

    James Parker Dees was the founder and first bishop of the [Anglican Orthodox Anglican] and the Orthodox Anglican Communion. Dees was born in Greenville, North Carolina on December 30, 1915, the son of James Earle Dees and Margaret Burgwin (Parker) Dees. He graduated in 1938 from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree in political science and economics, then took a year of graduate study in international relations. From 1939 until 1942, he worked for the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad in Greenville, North Carolina. For two years after the Second World War, he was a baritone soloist with the New York Opera Company. He then studied at the Protestant Episcopal Church’s Virginia Theological Seminary for his Bachelor of Divinity degree, graduating in 1949. He was ordained as a deacon in the Episcopal Church on June 29, 1949; and as a priest by Thomas Henry Wright, Bishop of East Carolina, at the Church of the Holy Cross, in Aurora, North Carolina, on January 19, 1950. As a member of the Diocese of North Carolina, he served in charges in Aurora, Beaufort, and Statesville. His concerns about advancing liberalism caused him to withdraw from the denomination in 1963. Dees was discouraged from joining the Reformed Episcopal Church by Carl McIntire because of their association with groups perceived as being neo-evangelical. The decision to form a new jurisdiction was made. Dees founded the Anglican Orthodox Church on November 17, 1963 - the first religious body to withdraw from the PECUSA in the modern era. On Passion Sunday, March 15, 1964 Dees was consecrated a bishop by Wasyl Sawyna of the Holy Ukrainian Autocephalic Orthodox Church of North and South America, assisted by Orlando Jacques Woodward, a bishop of Old Catholic succession.

  • Robert F. Dees

    Robert F. Dees

    Robert F. Dees (born 2 February 1950 in Amarillo, Texas) is a retired major general in the United States Army. A specialist on national security issues he is currently the chairman of the Ben Carson campaign for the Republican presidential nomination in 2016.

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