Obituaries Related to "Allison" from New York Times Archive
STRICKLAND-Harold Allison, Jr., 82, of Vero Beach, FL., formerly of Greenwich, Connecticut, died on September 3, 1997. He was born February 5, 1915 in Detroit, Michigan, the son of Harold A. and Mary (Pugh) Strickland; m. Ruth Voigt, May 29, 1940 (dec. 1982); m. Anne Muir King, May 18, 1985 (dec. 1992); m. Betty Spangler Levenson, January 4, 1994. He was awarded a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering and a B.S. in Electrical Engineering by the University of Michigan in 1937 and an M.B.A. from Harvard ...
Ms. Shearmur helped bring to the screen a number of box-office hits as an executive for major studios, and later as an independent producer.
The influential musician tapped his voice, instrumental skill and Mississippi upbringing to convey wisdom and worldliness.
Mr. Allison, a former Merrill Lynch president, was appointed to lead and help rescue a troubled Fannie Mae in 2008 and then ran a federal bank bailout program.
Mrs. Allison co-founded Trick-or-Treat for Unicef, in which American children get to help less fortunate ones abroad.
Ms. Cowles, a longtime trustee of Wellesley College, was the wife of a newspaper publisher in Spokane, Wash., and, after he died, of the former publisher of The New York Times.
As editor of The Magazine Antiques, Ms. Ledes brought a new focus on European, Asian and 20th-century decorative arts to a publication traditionally devoted to Americana.
ALLISON--Harry A. The Horace Mann School deeply mourns the passing of Harry Allison 1940, a respected student, helpful colleague, beloved friend and esteemed administrator at HM for over 45 years. His unwavering loyalty and support of the school and his unparalleled commitment to doing the right thing at all times made him an invaluable member of the community. Horace Mann students were the beneficiary of his wisdom, kindness, intellect, and exacting academic and moral standards. His efficient p ...
PAULSEN--Allison Clement, a cultural anthropologist, died Friday, April 21, 2006. A graveside service will be held on Monday, April 24, at 2PM, in Green-Wood Cemetery, 25th Street, Brooklyn, N.Y. For information call Straub Funeral Home, 845-297-2610
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