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Mr. Hilton successfully expanded the hotel chain founded by his father, but he said his happiest days were when he owned the Chargers football team.
Mr. Shepherd-Barron’s machine became generally known as the first cash dispenser when it was installed at a Barclays bank in a suburb north of London in June 1967.
Ms. Barron composed the first electronic score for a feature film — the eerie gulps and burbles, echoes and weeeoooos of the 1956 science-fiction classic “Forbidden Planet.”
BARRON--James Pressley, 86, of Lynchburg, VA, died Tuesday, November 21st, 2006. Loving husband of Leirona Turman Barron; father of James Turman Barron and father-in-law of Jane-Iris Farhi of New York; and brother of Charles E. Barron, of Athens, GA. After serving in the United States Army in Europe in World War II, he joined the Central Intelligence Agency as an analyst and received the Intelligence Commendation medal when he retired in 1985.
BARRON - BIER -- Pearl. Be loved mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother. We all know how much we meant to you. You were a beautiful and dignified woman who cherished her privacy and valued her friends and family. We will miss you and your undying love for us all. You will be in our hearts and memories forever.
Blue Barron, who was born Harry Freidman, one of last surviving big-band leaders, dies at age 91; photo (M)
BARRON--Jeanne R. On January 8, 2005. Born December 25, 1904, in Lancaster, PA, she was married to William N. Barron, until his death in 1963. Mrs. Barron was a 1926 graduate of Vassar College and a longtime resident of Great Neck and Manhattan. Surviving are her children, Barbara DiPierre of Littleton, NH, Robert A. (Tony) Barron of Hartsdale, NY, grandchildren, Susan and Wendy Barron, William, Christopher and Nicole DiPierre, great-grandchildren, Jordan, Cameron and Ruby. Service 3 PM, Sunday, ...
BARRON--John Charles, died on Saturday, December 20, 2003, at INOVA Alexandria Hospital in Alexandria, VA, after a short but valiant fight with leukemia. He is survived by his wife of 55 years, Eleanor; son, John; daughter, Susan; sister, Katherine Gorbett; and niece, Marie Hubbard. An inurnment will be held at the U.S. Naval Academy Columbarium in Annapolis, MD, at a later date. In lieu of flowers, remembrances may be made to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, Suite 310, White Plains, NY 10605. ...
BARRON - Edythe (nee Cook). Age 93, of Pembroke Pines, FL, on December 16, 2002. Prior to Florida, lived in Patchogue, LI, had a private business with late husband Ben Barron, active in Hadassah as President of her local chapter, continued in various positions with Hadassah, and was a Life Member since 1945. Life Member of Womens Division of Jewish Federation, Broward County, and Member of Temple Beth Ahm Israel. Sister of deceased brothers, Joseph, Benjamin, and Jack Cook, and sister of Minnie ...
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