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Atkins, a 6-foot-8 defensive end mostly associated with the Chicago Bears and the University of Tennessee, terrified quarterbacks in the days before sacks were an official statistic.
Ms. Atkins, 61, spent four decades in prison for her role of the killings of Sharon Tate and seven others in 1969.
Orin E. Atkins’s 16-year tenure as chief executive of Ashland Oil was also marred by improper business dealings.
ATKINS--Robert Prince, died August 16th, 2006 in Boynton Beach, FL. He was President of Brother Truck Rental. He is survived by his wife Nancy (Gutfreund), three children and six grandchildren.
ATKINS--Betty P. On July 8, 2004. Beloved mother of Chelsea. Caring sister of Kay and Desmond, sister-in-law of William, aunt and grand-aunt of their children. A memorial service will be held Sunday, July 11th, 2004 at noon at Riverdale Funeral Home, 5044 Broadway at 214 St, NY, NY 10034. Tel: 212-942-4000
Dr Robert C Atkins, cardiologist who devised hotly debated weight-loss plan favoring steak and eggs over spaghetti and spinach, dies at 72; fell and suffered head injuries on April 8 on sidewalk in front of his Atkins Center for Complementary Medicine in Manhattan; photo (M)
Dr. Robert C. Atkins, a cardiologist who devised a controversial diet favoring pork chops over pasta and butter over bran, died today.
ATKINS-Norman. Prominent baritone of the New York City Opera, and Cantor Emeritus Metropolitan Synagogue of NY, former president Emerson, NJ Board of Education. Beloved husband of the late Mildred, devoted father of Jay Atkins, Bruce Atkins, and Andrea Atkins Hessekiel, cherished fatherin-law of Sherri Atkins, Debra Atkins, and David Hessekiel. Loving grandfather of Jessica, Rachel, Alexis, and Scott Atkins, and Kira and Sophie Hessekiel. Services ''Gutterman-Musicant'', 402 Park Street, Hackens ...
Funeral for guitarist Chet Atkins is held in Nashville, attended by much of country music industry; photo (M)
Chet Atkins, the versatile guitarist and record producer who was a leader in the growth of Nashville as a music center in the 1950's and part of the elite force that transformed country music and affected popular musical taste in America, died on Saturday at his home in Nashville. He was 77.
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