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Heherson Alvarez, Fierce Opponent of Marcos Dictatorship, Dies at 80

2020-04-21T13:03:07+0000

Mr. Alvarez escaped the brutal regime by fleeing to the United States, where he helped organize the opposition Movement for a Free Philippines.


A. Alvarez Dies at 90; Poet Elevated Both Sylvia Plath and Poker

2019-09-24T00:41:00+0000

He was pivotal in bringing the work of poets like Plath and Ted Hughes to the wider public and wrote acclaimed books on poker in Las Vegas and suicide.


Luis Alvarez, Champion of 9/11 Responders, Dies at 53

2019-06-29T12:35:40+0000

A former New York City police officer, he developed cancer 16 years after spending three months seeking survivors and victims’ remains in Lower Manhattan in 2001.


Paid Notice: Deaths ALVAREZ, JOE

2006-06-11T05:00:00+0000

ALVAREZ--Joe. Your friends from Miami--Nilda, Betty and Margarita--will always remember you and pray for your eternal peace.


Paid Notice: Deaths ALVAREZ, ERNESTO

2006-02-11T05:00:00+0000

ALVAREZ--Ernesto. The Board of Directors of Friends for EL Salvador mourn with profound sadness the loss of our dear friend and President Ernesto Alvarez. His leadership as a founder has strengthened our community and set a standard of commi tment to help the Salvadorian's here and abroad. We extend our heartfelt condolences to his partner Michel Langlais, to his sister Carmen Elena Alvarez de Avila as well as the rest of his family.


Paid Notice: Deaths ALVAREZ, ERNESTO

2006-02-08T05:00:00+0000

ALVAREZ--Ernesto. Died on February 1 in Palm Beach of a thoracic aneurism. Coffee grower, entrepreneur, patron of the arts, and philanthropist, he was born in El Salvador. He graduated from the Hackley School and from Yale University. He served as a trustee of Casita Maria, Inc., and of the International Rescue Committee. He was a founder of the Museo de Arte Moderno in San Salvador, as well as founding president of Amigos del Volcan and Friends for El Salvador. As the youngest Minister of Touri ...


Paid Notice: Deaths ALVAREZ, ERNESTO

2006-02-05T05:00:00+0000

ALVAREZ - Ernesto. The Board of Trustees and Staff of Casita Maria, the oldest settlement house in New York serving the Hispanic communities of the South Bronx and East Harlem, are deeply saddened by the sudden loss of their esteemed colleague and fellow Trustee, Ernesto Alvarez. His longtime and steadfast devotion to Casita Maria was exemplary. His warmth, wit and creativity will be sorely missed by all who knew him.


Paid Notice: Deaths ALVAREZ BRAVO, MANUEL

2002-10-22T05:00:00+0000

ALVAREZ BRAVO-Manuel. A great photographer and a friend for the last 30 years will be deeply missed by Evelyne Z. Daitz, The Witkin Gallery.


Heherson Alvarez, Fierce Opponent of Marcos Dictatorship, Dies at 80

2020-04-21T13:03:07+0000

Mr. Alvarez escaped the brutal regime by fleeing to the United States, where he helped organize the opposition Movement for a Free Philippines.


A. Alvarez Dies at 90; Poet Elevated Both Sylvia Plath and Poker

2019-09-24T00:41:00+0000

He was pivotal in bringing the work of poets like Plath and Ted Hughes to the wider public and wrote acclaimed books on poker in Las Vegas and suicide.



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