April 2003
Bond Buyer;4/17/2003, Vol. 344 Issue 31617, p3
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Thomas David Flynn, 90, the first chairman of New York City's Municipal Assistance Corp. and a retired accountant, died on May 10, 2003 while on vacation with his family in Puerto Rico. Flynn, who lived in Princeton, New Jersey, is survived by his wife, Harriett Howland Flynn, two daughters; and a son, as well as six grandchildren. In 1975, Governor Hugh Carey asked Flynn to serve as chairman of the Municipal Assistance Corp., the state board charged with overseeing the city's fiscal woes. After graduating from Princeton University in 1935 with a degree in economics, he worked as a staff assistant for the U.S. Senate Committee on Interstate Commerce.


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