Edward Harold Schad
Photographer: Arizona Department of Corrections
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FLORENCE, AZ - An Arizona prison inmate who has been on death row since 1985 is scheduled for a Wednesday hearing before the state's clemency board.
Edward Harold Schad was convicted of killing 74-year-old Lorimer "Leroy" Grove of Bisbee in August 1978 after robbing him.
Grove went missing on a drive to Washington state.
His strangled body was found south of Prescott in August 1978.
Schad was arrested a month later after driving the victim's car.
A March 6 execution has been set for the 70-year-old Schad.
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