Arlington waiver burial list

List of people interred at Arlington National Cemetery based on authorization by the president and the secretary of the Army since 1993, provided by the Army:

Thurgood Marshall, Jan. 29, 1993, associate justice of the Supreme Court.

Albert B. Sabin, March 3, 1993, Army veteran of World War II who developed the oral polio vaccine.

Francis D. Campbell, March 30, 1993, Army veteran, interred in same grave as brother.

William Patrick Collins, May 28, 1993, decorated Army veteran of Vietnam.

Raymond A. Walsh Jr., Aug. 14, 1993, Army National Guard member interred in same grave as father.

Jonathan P. Bedrick, Oct. 6, 1993, cremated remains of adult son placed in same niche as father.

Louise J. Talbott, Oct. 7, 1993, World War II veteran, interred in same grave as her former spouse.

Kevin DeLong, Oct. 12, 1993, cremated remains of adult son of Navy commander, in parents' future grave.

Pendary Kaines Reese, Jan. 3, 1994, remarried widow of retired Army colonel, in former husband's grave.

Jean H. Mims, Jan. 6, 1994, remarried widow of Navy lieutenant commander, in former husband's grave.

Elizabeth A. Lemon Williams, Jan. 11, 1994, remarried widow of retired Army colonel, in first husband's grave.

Florence Halpin (Myers) Siegel, Jan. 13, 1994, remarried widow of Navy lieutenant, in first husband's grave.

Enriqueta Tamez, April 15, 1994, mother and legal dependent of Army captain, in son's future grave.

Luzmila F. Pastor, April 18, 1994, mother and legal dependent of Army captain, in son's future grave.

Sean Patrick Fitzmaurice, May 12, 1994, adult son of Army lieutenant colonel who had no dependents and no military service, cremated remains in father's grave.

Elvera S. Burger, May 31, 1994, wife of Chief Justice Warren Burger, with subsequent burial of chief justice in same grave site in 1995.

Evelyn Tobin Clark, June 3, 1994, remarried widow of Army major, in same grave as first husband.

Elizabeth B. Baehr, June 15, 1994, unmarried, adult daughter of Army brigadier general with no dependents, cremated remains in parents' grave site.

Warren D. Parks, June 28, 1994, honorably discharged veteran who served in World War II in the Coast Guard, and a descendent of three generations of slaves who served Arlington House plantation.

Rita Murname, July 1, 1994, adult daughter of Army private first class, in same grave as parents.

Marianne Long, Aug. 12, 1994, adult daughter of Army corporal, in same grave as her father.

J.W. Seale, Aug. 31, 1994, Army veteran and Drug Enforcement Administration agent killed in an airplane crash while on an official mission in Peru.

Mathew Firebaugh, Sept. 7, 1994, adult son of Marine Corps lieutenant whose cremated remains were interred in same grave site as infant brother.

Elizabeth C. Wagner, Sept. 15, 1994, adult daughter with no dependents, in same grave site as parents.

Milrae Nelson Wirsig, Oct. 3, 1994, remarried widow of Army major general, in first husband's grave.

Jef Mittleman, Oct. 20, 1994, adult son of former Navy lieutenant, in mother's grave site.

Eileen M. Rainey, Oct. 25, 1994, unmarried daughter of Army lieutenant, in father's future grave site.

Henry Joseph Daly, Nov. 23, 1994, Marine Corps veteran killed in line of duty as Washington, D.C., police officer.

Maerose Evans Humphreys, Jan. 25, 1995, remarried widow of Navy commander, in same grave as first husband.

Fanny DeRussay Herr, March 3, 1995, adult daughter of Army major general, in same grave site as parents.

Ethel Jungman Munson, March 3, 1995, remarried widow of Army colonel, in same grave site as first husband.

Clark G. Fiester, April 18, 1995, Air Force veteran serving as assistant secretary of the Air Force when he died on official business.

Joseph L. Merton, April 28, 1995, Army Air Corps veteran who flew 28 combat missions in World War II as a member of the Tuskegee Airmen.

Crystal Bullock, May 11, 1995, remarried widow of Army colonel, in same grave as first husband.

Jean Black Stallings, May 15, 1995, remarried widow of Navy commander, interred in first husband's grave.

Major Clarence T. Marsh, May 25, 1995, Air National Guard officer who died in a place crash during a training exercise.

Dorothy Lee Walton, May 31, 1995, remarried widow of Army master sergeant, in first husband's grave.

Ona Gibson Cooper, June 9, 1995, adult daughter of retired Army lieutenant general, in parents' grave.

Robert Cade Oliver, June 26, 1995, decorated World War II Army veteran who later played role in implementation of Marshall Plan.

Richard Henry Grabinski, Aug. 15, 1995, adult son of Army sergeant, buried in same niche as father.

Joseph J. Kruzel Jr., Aug. 22, 1995, former Army captain, serving as deputy assistant secretary of defense when killed while on a diplomatic mission in Bosnia.

Robert C. Frasure, Aug. 22, 1995, deputy assistant secretary of state and special envoy of the president killed while on a diplomatic mission in Bosnia.

Gladys Mona Lynch Jordan, Oct. 2, 1995, adult daughter of Army brigadier general whose cremated remains were buried in parents' grave.

Joseph C. Sciortino, Oct. 6, 1995, Army veteran disabled in World War II.

John Scali, Oct. 10, 1995, war correspondent during World War II, a critical negotiator during the Cuban missile crisis and a U.S. ambassador to the United Nations.

Bertha Edna Zerbinati, Oct. 24, 1995, remarried widow of Army master sergeant, buried with first husband.

Florence R. Doleman, Nov. 28, 1995, adult daughter of Army lieutenant, in same grave site as parents.

Larry Lawrence, Jan. 10, 1996, Merchant Marine veteran injured during combat in World War II; U.S. ambassador to Switzerland at the time of his death.

Sergeant Michael A. Mauney, Feb. 2, 1996, member of National Guard killed after a weekend drill.

Cmdr. Nancy E. Dyer, April 19, 1996, Naval Reserve officer killed while on active duty for training.

Elizabeth Singer Meinhardt, May 17, 1996, remarried widow of Army colonel, in same grave as first husband.

Hart T. Mankin, May 28, 1996, Air Force veteran who was a judge on the Court of Veterans Appeals at the time of his death and previously served as Navy general counsel.

Michael Browne, June 3, 1996, adult son of retired Army colonel, in future grave of father.

Margaret Holmes, July 17, 1996, adult daughter of Army private, interred in same grave as father.

Virginia Lechlider, July 25, 1996, remarried widow of enlisted Navy veteran, in first husband's grave.

Eleanor Graf Warren, Aug. 20, 1996, remarried widow of Army captain, interred in first husband's grave.

Richard Jasper Jr., Nov. 4, 1996, adult son of Army lieutenant colonel, whose cremated remains were buried in same grave as his mother.

Alan K. Olsen, Dec. 27, 1996, Air Force veteran and senior Air Force official at time of death.

Stanley J. Boyd, March 10, 1997, adult son of retired Navy captain buried in parents' future grave.

Dorothy M. Negrotto, April 28, 1997, adult daughter of Army colonel, cremated remains in parents' grave.

Blanche Korn, April 29, 1997, mother of Navy rear admiral, buried in same grave site as son.

Marion C. Sears, May 23, 1997, adult daughter of Navy captain, cremated remains in father's grave.

Marion Burns Lane Lovett, July 11, 1997, remarried widow of Navy lieutenant commander, interred in first husband's grave.

Christopher R. Cole, July 23, 1997, adult son's cremated remains interred in same nich as father's remains.

Roland W. Charles, July 24, 1997, Navy veteran who continued in a career at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.

Ramon Garcia, July 30, 1997, retired Navy Reserve captain who died while on official government business for the Justice Department.

Ann Gaines Louisell, Aug. 5, 1997, adult daughter of Navy captain, cremated remains in parents' grave.

Wayne R. Treon, Sept. 17, 1997, cremated remains of adult son interred in same grave as mother and stepfather.

Douglas Beckman, Sept. 23, 1997, adult son of Army lieutenant colonel, in parents' future grave.

By The Associated Press