Obituaries Related to "Archer" from New York Times Archive
With business acumen and political ties, he pushed the food products company to the front of American industry.
Mr. Archer was a pioneering black fighter pilot who was credited with shooting down four German planes when he flew with the Tuskegee Airmen of World War II.
Lee A. Archer, a Tuskegee Airman considered to be the only black ace pilot who also broke racial barriers as an executive at a major U.S. company and founder of a venture capital firm, died Wednesday in New York City. He was 90.
ARCHER--Lucille. On August 26, 2006. Devoted mother of Ralph Archer and Adrienne Vogelezang. Cherished grandmother of Ralph Jr., Vienna, Peter and Jake. Dear wife of Adrian, beloved daughter of the late Rev. Ralph and Lillian Mungiole. Resposing Sisto Funeral Home, 3489 East Tremont Ave., Bronx, Monday, 2-5 PM and 7-9 PM. Funeral service Tuesday, 10 AM, at the Church of the Revelation, 1154 White Plains Rd., Bronx.
ARCHER--Edward C. Died with his family at his side after a one-year battle with mesothelioma, in his home in Newtown, CT. on June 13, 2006. Born in Brookfield, CT. on December 19, 1940, he was the only son of Percy and Ida Archer. Orphaned at an early age, he was raised in Bethel, CT. by his aunt and uncle, Marie and Charles Meyers, and their four daughters, Jeanne Banks, Marian Meyers, Eleanor Hunt and Evelyn Meyers. He attended Immanuel Lutheran Grammar School and graduated from Bethel High Sc ...
STERLING--Charles Archer, Jr. Died peacefully 30 March 2006, at St. Andrews Village at the age of 91. He was born in Montclair, N.J. on 16 May 1914 to Charles A. Sterling & Susie Williams Sterling. He graduated from The Taft School class of 1934 and Williams College class of 1938. He spent his working career with IBM in New York City and White Plains, N.Y. retiring in 1972. He had been a resident of New Canaan, CT, Naples, FL. and New London, NH. before moving in 2000 to St. Andrews Village in B ...
George Archer, the 1969 Masters champion, who was once the tallest player on the PGA Tour and maybe its best putter, died Sunday at his home in Incline Village, Nev. He was 65. The cause was Burkitt's lymphoma, a form of cancer, which he had been battling for a little more than a year, his daughter Elizabeth said.
ARCHER -- Catherine Ann. Age 91, died October 27, 2004 in Woodbridge, Va. She was preceded in death by her brother Henry J. Archer, Jr. She is survived by her sister Margaret ''Babs'' Pierce of Newnan, Ga; her sister-in-law Edith Archer of Decatur, Ga., five nieces, Peggy Ferguson of Manassas, Va., Ginny Nawrocki of Decatur, Ga., Sallie Metcalf of Williamson, Ga., Susan Pierce of Bainbridge Island, Wa. and Carol Ann Byers of Houston, Tx; three nephews: Bill Archer of Clayton, NC, Nicholas Pierce ...
HARMAN--Archer Jr. The Board of Trustees and the faculty of Poly Prep Country Day School mourn the passing of Archer Harman Jr., longtime headmaster of St. George's School and father of Poly Prep headmaster David B. Harman. Archer Harman's vision provided a model of educational leadership for many. We extend our deepest condolences to the Harman family. Donald Carswell, Chairman Poly Prep Country Day School, Brooklyn, NY
ARCHER--Lynn. The Council and Staff of Actors' Equity Association mourn the passing of our beloved friend and colleague, Lynn Archer, a talented and devoted member and long time Councillor of the Association.
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