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Robert Ashley, Opera Composer Who Painted Outside the Lines, Dies at 83

2014-03-07T03:00:52+0000

Mr. Ashley stretched the boundaries of opera, choosing not to hew too closely to tradition in his work.


Fabulous Dead People | Laura Ashley

2010-10-22T15:31:19+0000

When Ashley introduced mix-and-match home furnishing fabrics in tiny florals in the ’60s, it was the shot heard ’round the world. It’s a look the industry has been feeding off ever since.


Bernard Ashley, Who Operated Laura Ashley Line, Dies at 82

2009-02-20T03:05:32+0000

Mr. Ashley and his wife founded Laura Ashley, the international company that fashioned tasteful women’s clothing and an array of housewares.


Paid Notice: Deaths REGENSBURG, ALICE (ASHLEY)

2006-04-24T05:00:00+0000

REGENSBURG--Alice (Ashley). Passed away peacefully on April 22, 2006. Wife of the late Charles, mother of Jill, grandmother of Jennifer and Michael, great-grandmother of Annabelle, and loving sister of Pat Jacobs. Ashley was a figure in the public relations field for many years and was President of The Lynn Farnol Group. She received many awards and was the subject of biographical record in ''The World Who's Who of Women,'' ''Who's Who of American Women,'' and ''Foremost Women in Communications. ...


Paid Notice: Deaths ASHLEY, TED

2002-08-28T05:00:00+0000

ASHLEY-Ted. The Board and Staff of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts mourn the passing of Ted Ashley. A dear friend and thoughtful leader, Mr. Ashley served us as an esteemed member of the Board of Directors from 1981-1995, and as Director Emeritus since 1995. A true friend of the performing Arts, Mr. Ashley was a kind, warm, and hard working gentleman who generously gave of himself through his service to Lincoln Center. We extend our deepest sympathies to his wife Page, his four daughters, ...


Paid Notice: Deaths ASHLEY, TED

2002-08-27T05:00:00+0000

ASHLEY-Ted. Born August 3, 1922, died Saturday, August 24. He started his long entertainment career at age 15, as an office boy at the William Morris Agency. He was the founder of the Ashley Famous Agency and later became the Chairman of the Board and CEO of Warner Brothers, returning to New York to become the Vice Chairman of Warner Communications, Inc. The funeral will be held on Tuesday, August 27, at 11:30 AM, at the Frank E. Campbell Funeral Chapel, East 81st St and Madison Ave. The family ...


Paid Notice: Deaths ASHLEY, TED

2002-08-26T05:00:00+0000

ASHLEY-Ted. Born August 3, 1922, died Saturday, August 24. He started his long entertainment career at age 15, as an office boy at the William Morris Agency. He was the founder of the Ashley Famous Agency and later became the Chairman of the Board and CEO of Warner Brothers, returning to New York to become the Vice Chairman of Warner Communications, Inc. The funeral will be held on Tuesday, August 27, at 11:30 AM, at the Frank E. Campbell Funeral Chapel, East 81st St and Madison Ave. The family ...


Paid Notice: Deaths ASHLEY, CHARLES ALLEN, M.D.

2001-07-15T05:00:00+0000

ASHLEY-Charles Allen, M.D. The Trustees and staff of Bassett Healthcare mourn the loss of our former Director, Charles Allen Ashley, M.D. Under Dr. Ashley's leadership (1967-1984), Bassett experienced significant growth in terms of the number of patients served, expanded medical education programs and innovative research initiatives. Dr. Ashley also founded Bassett's philanthropic support organization, The Friends of Bassett. Dr. Ashley originally joined Bassett in 1947 as an intern. He returned ...


Paid Notice: Deaths ASHLEY, JANE

2000-06-27T05:00:00+0000

ASHLEY-Jane, A.I.D. age 92 died June 17, 2000 at Middletown Hospital. Miss Ashley was born June 26, 1908 in Bozeman, Montana. She was a noted Interior Designer with a worldwide clientele. Miss Ashley was predeceased by her parents Jet C. Reavis and William H. Reavis and her two brothers Jack L. Reavis and William C. Reavis. She is survived by her sister Ruthanne S. Rogers of Mount Vernon, Washington and her nephew C. Monte Gormon of Mount Vernon, WA. A private Memorial Service will be held. Memo ...


Paid Notice: Deaths ASHLEY, CONNIE

1999-12-18T05:00:00+0000

ASHLEY-Connie. On December 16, 1999. Loving mother of Fran Curtis Dubin and Diane Ashley. Adored Grammy of Michael and Lia. Cherished sister of the late Leonard Sitomer. ASHLEY-Connie. Congregation Emanu-El of the city of New York records with deep sorrow the death of our cherished member, Connie Ashley. To her family and loved ones we express our profound sympathy. May beautiful memory bring comfort to those who mourn her passing. David E. Marrus, President Herbert C. Bernard, Secretary



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