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Mr. Ayers helped shape early psychedelia, influencing Jimi Hendrix and Pink Floyd.
AYERS--William B., M.D., Chief of Surgery Emeritus at Community Hospital, Glen Cove. On May 8, 2004, age 87, of Old Brookville L.I. Beloved husband of Barbara T., father of William W., Jeffrey J. (Ellen) and the late Barbara L. Grandfather of Alexandra and Charlotte. Interment service at Locust Valley Cemetery is private.
AYERS--William Rufus. Age 78, of New York City, died December 15, 2003. He leaves behind his devoted partner of 14 years, Ralph Valente, his loving sister, Betty Mae Remsberg of Roanoke, VA., two nephews, William Callaway of Marietta, GA., Calvin Remsberg of Los Angeles, CA., and a niece Betty Glen Harden of Commerce, GA. Born in Charleston, W. VA. and raised in Roanoke, he served as a naval officer in China during WWII, and later graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. U ...
Ayers, Thomas J
LEOIUEL AYERS, 40, SGENIG DESIGNER; Co-Prnducer of 'Kiss 'Me, Kate' Dies--Supplied the Sets for 'Oklahoma?
LEMIJEL AYERS, 40, SGENE DESIGNER; Co-Producer of 'Kiss Me Kate' Dies--Supplied the Sets for 'Oklahoma!'
Ayers, (Mrs) Edw A
WILLIAM L. AYERS, PUBLICIST FOR BANK; Former Financial Editor for Newspapers in Chicago Dies --Once a Trade Publisher
Ayers, Wm L
IFRANKW. AYERS, 69, VAUDEVILLE ACTOR I; Former Headliner on Keith;I ! Orpheum Circuits is Dead Had a Varied Career
Ayers, Frank W
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