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William Allan Woodfield

TX William Allan Woodfield, son of TV writer/producer William Read Woodfield, died Feb. 18 of heart failure in San Diego. He was 28.

Woodfield, a graduate of UC Santa Cruz who spent two summers as a legal aide for a Washington, D.C., poverty law center, was a third-year law student at the U. of San Diego.

He is survived by his father and mother, as well as a brother and a sister.

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