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Mr. Burgess, who recorded for the storied Sun label, was a full-tilt rocker capable of whipping audiences into a frenzy.
BURGESS--Paul D. Jr. On January 24, 2006. Beloved brother of Barbara Berger and also survived by many friends. Memorial services to be announced.
BURGESS - WHITEHEAD -Ireta B. On September 6, 2004, beloved wife of the late Louis Whitehead, dear sister of the late Mary Stedman, and the late Walter Burgess. Proud resident of New York City and long-time member of The University Club. Services Thursday September 9th, 1:30 P.M. at Frank E. Campbell, 1076 Madison Avenue at 81 Street.
PARIS:— David Burgess, 57, an editor and writer for the International Herald Tribune, died of cancer Tuesday in the Paris suburb of Suresnes.
David Burgess, 57, an editor and writer for the International Herald Tribune, died of cancer Tuesday in the Paris suburb of Suresnes.. Before joining the Herald Tribune in 1983, he worked for The Wall Street Journal in New York and Hong Kong. .Burgess b
AYRES-C. Burgess. In Bedford, MA, formerly of Wallingford, CT, and Jaffrey, NH, February 12. Husband of Katharine (George). Father of Margo Smith of Dedham, MA, Susan Noble of Stony Brook, NY, Burgess N. Ayres of Sheffield, MA, and Robert Ayres of Concord, MA. Brother of Edward B. Ayres of Guilford, CT. Also survived by nine grandchildren, four greatgrandchildren and many nieces and nephews. Memorial services in Jaffrey will be announced in the spring. In lieu of flowers, gifts in his memory may ...
MEREDITH-Burgess. The Cathedral School of St. John the Divine mourns the loss of our loyal alumnus, Burgess Meredith, Class of 1924. Phillip G. Foote, Headmaster The Very Rev. Harry H. Pritchett, Jr. Dean of the Cathedral of Saint John the Divine
Burgess Meredith, actor whose career spanned most of the 20th century and multitude of performing arts, dies at age 89; his career discussed; photo (M)
BURGESS-Louis. The Board of Trustees, Administration and Medical Staff of The Brookdale University Hospital & Medical Center mourn the loss of Louis Burgess, Chairman of Community Board 17; a great humanitarian, a devoted friend of the hospital and a pillar in the community. Our sincere sympathy to his family. Edwin L. Schulman, Chairman, Board of Trustees Frank J. Maddalena, President and CEO Alvin I. Kahn, MD, Sr. Vice President Medical Affairs
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