John Douglas "Hezzy" Howard (December 12, – July 19, 2007) was an American educator and college lacrosse player and coach. He coached the University of Maryland lacrosse team from to and amassed a 32–7–1 record. He attended Washington College, where in he received the Jack Turnbull Award as the nation's best attackman. Howard was inducted into the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame in At the University of Maryland, Howard also taught as an English professor and held various posts in the school's English department including acting chairman from to
(born 22 October in Corowa, New South Wales) is an Australian stage and screen actor. Howard is best known for his appearances in the film The Club, and the television series SeaChange, Always Greener, All Saints and Packed To The Rafters. Howard is married to Kim Lewis (who is famous for her role on Sons and Daughters), and has a child with her.
(born Howard Michael Jones, 9 April 1953) is an English singer-songwriter, pianist and recording artist. With his February debut album Kid in a Big World (CBS Records), Howard emerged as a late voice of the glam-pop wave of the early 1970s. Across a musical career that has included two main periods of recording activity – and present – Howard has released 12 studio albums.
is a physician, professor, and public health administrator. He served a 6-year term as the director of the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health and was appointed to be a special coordinator to respond to the health effects of the September 11 attacks. In this role Howard advocated for rescue workers, introducing a program to provide screening, medical exams, and treatment for them.
is an English author, born in London in His fiction has appeared in several anthologies and the collection The Silver Voices. The majority of Howard’s stories have central and eastern European settings; many are set in the fictional Romanian town of Steaua de Munte. The Defeat of Grief is a novella set in Steaua de Munte and the real Black Sea resort of Balcic.