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She created works from bark, wood and roots, sometimes carving patterns into trees and waiting years to see the scarring. She died of complications of Covid-19.
A jingle helped them transform a two-partner practice in Buffalo into a 50-lawyer personal injury behemoth in New York State and California. Mr. Barnes died in a plane crash.
Mr. Barnes, one half of the personal injury firm known for its infectious jingle, was flying a small plane when it crashed in upstate New York, killing him and a passenger.
She worked with Roberta Flack and other stars. But she probably made her biggest splash by helping write a risqué song for “Saturday Night Live.”
The former drug dealer had been in witness protection. “Nicky? He used to call me all the time,” a source said. “But I haven’t heard from him in years.”
Sentenced to life in prison, he informed on former associates, disappeared into the witness protection program and died in 2012 — a death unnoticed until now.
Ms. Barnes was a two-time corporate chief executive whose decision to leave a top job at Pepsi-Cola inspired a national debate about women juggling career and family.
Barnes helped Providence College reach the N.C.A.A. Final Four in 1973 and played in the A.B.A. and N.B.A.
Mr. Barnes’s comic revues in the late 1950s and early ’60s skewered beatniks, television and other contemporary targets.
BARNES--Winifred (Winnie) Davenport. A fiercely independent, selfdescribed perpetual student, died unexpectedly on November 30th from complications of brain cancer and stroke at age 88. Born in Newberry, South Carolina and raised in Norristown, Pennsylvania, Winnie arrived in New York City in the early 1940s, newly wed to Dr. Lloyd T. Barnes of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. While raising three daughters, she returned to school to complete the education denied to her in her youth because of her gen ...
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