Obituaries Related to "Bullock" from New York Times Archive
Mr. Bullock was an adaptable jazz and rock guitarist who was a member of the original band for “Late Night with David Letterman.”
BULLOCK--Leslie Kitchell. Age 61 of Greenwich, CT, on September 13, 2006. Mrs. Bullock was born in Wilmington, DE, on September 15, 1944. She was the daughter of the late William J. Kitchell and the late Renee Carpenter Draper. She graduated from The Ethel Walker School (where she later served as a trustee) and attended Parsons School of Design and the Sorbonne in Paris. She lived in Paris, Senegal and New York before moving to Greenwich in 1976 to raise her family. She was also a former residen ...
Theodore H. Bullock, who made wide-ranging studies of sensory and nervous systems in fish and invertebrates and then used his research to explore the evolution of the brain in animals, died on Dec. 20 in San Diego. He was 90. His family confirmed the death.
BULLOCK--George Davis. 54, of Bassett, VA, died October 24, 2003. A golf professional, 1976 Metropolitan PGA Assistans Champion and 1980 Metropolitan Open Champion. A graudate of Staunton Military Academy, he left Virginia to play on the Asian tour and became a teaching professional at Century Country Club in Purchase. He is survived by his wife Ellen, loving daughter Florence, his parents Frank and Margaret, and brother, Frank. A memorial service will be held October 27, 2003, at 8 PM, at Colli ...
Bob Bullock, among last of earthy, hard-living political giants in Texas, dies at age of 69; photo (M)
Randolph Bullock, curator emeritus of arms and armor at Metropolitan Museum of Art, dies at age 96; photo (M)
BULLOCK-Randolph. The staff of The Metropolitan Museum of Art notes with sadness the passing last week of Randolph Bullock, a Curator Emeritus, Department of Arms and Armor who served The Museum from 1927 through 1968.
BULLOCK-Augustus George, II. Age 88, died Friday, August 22, 1997. Mr. Bullock, born in Worcester, MA, was a longtime resident of Grafton, more recently of Dedham, where he lived for the past 15 years with his wife Gertrude (Carter) Bullock. Mr. Bullock leaves in addition to his wife, two sisters, Elizabeth Barton and Mary Johnson, and his brother, the late Francis Bullock, all of Worcester. Mr. Bullock was married to the late Mary (Baugh) Bullock of Philadelphia for 49 years and leaves their ch ...
BULLOCK-Augustus George Bullock, II., 88, of 26 Stoney Lea Rd, Dedham, MA, husband of Gertrude E. (Carter) Bullock, died August 22, 1997. He also leaves one son A.G. Bullock, Jr., Princeton, MA, one daughter Prim P. Bullock, Weston, MA; two sisters Elizabeth Barton and Mary Johnson, both of Worcester, MA; seven grandchildren; two great grandchildren. Memorial services to be held at a time and place to be announced. No calling hours. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Stanl ...
CONVERSE-Chandler Bullock, a mutual fund executive, died on July 1, 1997 at his home in West Palm Beach after a long illness. He was 65. Mr. Converse was born in Boston, MA. He graduated from Milton Academy, Yale University and the Stanford Business School. His career in mutual fund management included being Director of Research to President of Calvin Bullock, Ltd. Calvin Bullock, Ltd was one of Wall Street's leading mutual funds in the 1960's and 1970's and was later acquired by The Equitable L ...
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