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Newton Alfred Handy III

Ray Vogue Schools

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Ray Vogue Schools

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Employment History

United States Army

University Photographer


United Methodist Men


Board Member
West Jackson Community Development Corporation


Cameron Street High School

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The Jackson State University family is saddened by the untimely loss of university photographer , Newton Alfred Handy , III.Handy died of injuries he suffered during an automobile accident on Highway 80 near Clinton Oct. 24.
Handy was born in Canton , Miss. in 1932 and attended Cameron Street High School , where he received his high school diploma in 1951.He joined the United States Army and studied photography from 1953 - 1959.Upon his honorable discharge from the Army in 1955 , Handy began a stellar photography career with the Ray Vogue Schools where he received an advanced certificate in photography.He later joined the Joe Banks Studio of Chicago , Ill. where his photography apprenticeship won critical acclaim from 1966 to 1993.
Handy later went on to open his own studio – Handy's Photo Service , ( 1966 ) which was the source of portraits of many JSU presidents , families , community service events and other unique photography journals.His tenacity and opportunistic camera skills earned him the rights to the famous award-winning photo of the Walter Payton Heisman Trophy as well as the infamous JSU campus shooting incident in May 1970.
Handy's talent in the service of his photography spanned nearly four decades of the university's presidents , including Jacob L. Reddix ( 1940 ) , John A Peoples , Jr. ( 1967 ) , James A. Hefner ( 1984 ) , James E. Lyons , Sr. ( 1992 ) up to the present with the administration of Ronald Mason , Jr , ( February 2000 ).
Preliminary investigations by the Jackson Police Department revealed a multiple motor vehicular accident , which occurred at the intersections of Highway 80 and Gualt Streets at or around 5 : 10 p.m. Handy was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident.
Handy served on the Board of Directors of the West Jackson Community Development Corporation , the Westchester Hills Homeowners Association , the Salt & Pepper Men's Club and the M.W. Stringer Grand Lodge # 242 as a 32nd degree Mason.
Handy also served faithfully as an active member Central United Methodist Church in Jackson , where he also served as president of the United Methodist Men from 1989 to present.He is survived by his wife Betty , daughter Mildred and son Alvin.
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Benefit Game - News Channel 12 Jackson, MS [cached]

Jackson State photographer Newton Handy was killed in the crash.Campbell was severely injured, and friends say it's been an expensive recovery.

"She's been in intensive care and she's in rehabilitation and it is very costly, and we want to do what we can to help out the family and her to get through her rehabilitation."

The Mississippi Link [cached]


The Jackson State University family is saddened by the untimely loss of university photographer , Newton Alfred Handy , III.Handy died of injuries he suffered during an automobile accident on Highway 80 near Clinton Oct. 24.More Inside ...Hope and strength , right next door ( 11/01/2001 )BY FR. JEREMY TOBIN , O.Pream
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Handy of JSU dies in car crash - The Clarion-Ledger [cached]

Longtime Jackson State University photographer Newton Alfred Handy III was killed Thursday evening in a multi-vehicle crash in Jackson.

Jackson State professor Leslie McLemore , also a member of the Jackson City Council , said Handy , 69 , a photographer since the early 1950s , will be sorely missed in this city and state..
You couldn't find a kinder more gentle person than Mr. Handy , Neely said.
You couldn't find a person who worked harder than Mr. Handy.
Handy was traveling west on U.S. 80 when he rear-ended a sports utility vehicle at Gault Street.
Handy continued on U.S. 80 , crossing into the eastbound lane , and side-swiped a red Chevrolet Mustang between Gault and Zepher Road.
Handy's gray Oldsmobile then crossed back into the westbound lane before it veered again into the eastbound lane and collided head on with a black Chevrolet Cavalier driven by the 24-year-old.
The Cavalier then hit a van carrying two adults and three children.
Alcohol was not a factor.
Handy , born in 1932 , was a native of Canton.He graduated from Cameron High in 1951.
Handy studied photography from 1953 to 1959 and opened Handy's Photo Service in 1966.
He is survived by his wife , Betty , a daughter , Mildred , and two sons , Newton , 22 , and Alvin , 19.

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