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Dr. Charles Cortez Abbott, founding dean of the University of Virginia's Darden School of Business, died Thursday at his farm in Pomfret, Conn. He was 78 years old and suffered a stroke a week ago.
LAMBERT--Abbott. Central Synagogue records with profound sorrow the passing of its longtime member Abbott Lambert. We extend heartfelt sympathy to his bereaved family. Peter J. Rubinstein, Rabbi Alfred Youngwood, President
LAMBERT--Abbott. Our dear uncle, remembering you with love and affection. Hope, Harold, and Abbye Simkowitz LAMBERT--Abbott L. on July 13, 2004. Loving husband of the late Lois Lambert. Father of Nancy Lambert and Jane Peck. Father-in-law of Steve Rodgers and Dave Peck. Brother of the late Phyllis Hamburger and uncle of Hope and Amy. Services private. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to The American Cancer Society or a charity of ones choosing. LAMBERT--Abbott L. Over 55 years of fri ...
She traveled in the same circles as Pollock and de Kooning, but recognition in a male-dominated genre often eluded her.
“You Will Know Me,” the latest book by Ms. Abbott, is set in the cutthroat world of girls’ gymnastics. Her Sundays are more relaxed than her thriller novels.
Mr. Combes spent 27 years as a copy editor at The New York Times Magazine and helped create its "About Men" column.
Michael Abbott was a television, film and theater producer who was bringing a revival of “Stalag 17” to Broadway 57 years after producing its premiere Off Broadway.
LISH--Abbott. 80. Died April 16, 2005, in Delray Beach, FL. Devoted husband of Sylvia, father of Andrew and Sandy, Jimmy and Mary and Peter Lish, Roni and David Gilden, Andrew and Wendy Schulman and Kathy and Rich Jacob. Grandfather of Olivia and Gigi Lish, Michael, Katie and Spencer Gilden, Samantha and Benjamin Jacob. Graveside service Monday, April 18, 2005, at 1 PM at Mt. Ararat, Farmingdale, NY.
SIMON--Abbott. Trusted and beloved counsel, advisor and friend. Every one of us was captivated by his many remarkable stories, his personal history, and his tireless devotion to bettering the world. Abbott Simon will truly be missed. Francis Greenburger, Chairman and CEO, and his colleagues at Time Equities Inc
SIMON--Abbott, 89, died April 8. Beloved husband of the late Priscilla, cherished father of Andrea and Abigail Simon, stepfather of Michael Orlansky, father-in-law of Jeff Ford and Jan Orlansky, grandfather of Robin and Tamar, uncle of Reuben and Rebecca. We love you dearly. You fought the good fight and you will be missed. Funeral today, 1 PM, Plaza Memorial Chapel, Amsterdam Avenue/91st St.
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Mr. Musharraf took power in a bloodless coup in late 1999 but resigned under threat of impeachment in 2008. He drew fire for his ties to Washington.
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