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Obituaries Related to "Carlson" from New York Times Archive


Jeanette Carlson, Fighter Against Apartheid, Dies at 91

2020-08-30T14:22:46+0000

She was deported from South Africa in 1971 for her activity and vowed never to return. “It was disgusting to live in that kind of environment,” she said.


Paid Notice: Deaths CARLSON, ARLEEN MARTIN

2005-08-07T05:00:00+0000

CARLSON -- Arleen Martin. March 10, 1912 - August 4, 2005. Long-time Minnesota philanthropist and Carlson Companies co-founder Arleen Martin Carlson died August 4 at her home in Minneapolis. She was 93. Arleen was preceded in death by her husband, Curtis L. Carlson. Together, in 1938 on a borrowed $55, they founded the Gold Bond Stamp Company which was the precursor of global travel, hospitality and marketing giant Carlson Companies. Carlson brands today include Radisson, Regent, T.G.I. Friday's ...


Paid Notice: Deaths CARLSON, FELIX

2005-02-23T05:00:00+0000

CARLSON--Felix, 79, on February 18, 2005. Beloved husband of 51 years to Audrey Carlson. Cherished father of son Michael and his fiancee Sonja. Devoted brother of sisters Helen Barkin and the late Rose Harren. Adoring uncle of nieces Jill, Carol, Amy, and Laurie. Loving grandfather of Eric, Abby and Isabella. Eleven year Veteran of the U.S. Navy; proud graduate of the University of Michigan; mechanical and electrical engineer, accountant. President of Dun Rite Tank Corp. An avid tennis player an ...


Norman Carlson, Forceful Head of U.S. Prisons, Dies at 86

2020-08-20T17:13:06+0000

He created the model for today’s super-maximum security prisons and oversaw a near doubling of federal facilities. He also insisted on cleanliness and decent food.


Paid Notice: Deaths CARLSON, ARLEEN MARTIN

2005-08-07T05:00:00+0000

CARLSON -- Arleen Martin. March 10, 1912 - August 4, 2005. Long-time Minnesota philanthropist and Carlson Companies co-founder Arleen Martin Carlson died August 4 at her home in Minneapolis. She was 93. Arleen was preceded in death by her husband, Curtis L. Carlson. Together, in 1938 on a borrowed $55, they founded the Gold Bond Stamp Company which was the precursor of global travel, hospitality and marketing giant Carlson Companies. Carlson brands today include Radisson, Regent, T.G.I. Friday's ...


Paid Notice: Deaths CARLSON, FELIX

2005-02-23T05:00:00+0000

CARLSON--Felix, 79, on February 18, 2005. Beloved husband of 51 years to Audrey Carlson. Cherished father of son Michael and his fiancee Sonja. Devoted brother of sisters Helen Barkin and the late Rose Harren. Adoring uncle of nieces Jill, Carol, Amy, and Laurie. Loving grandfather of Eric, Abby and Isabella. Eleven year Veteran of the U.S. Navy; proud graduate of the University of Michigan; mechanical and electrical engineer, accountant. President of Dun Rite Tank Corp. An avid tennis player an ...


Norman Carlson, Forceful Head of U.S. Prisons, Dies at 86

2020-08-20T17:13:06+0000

He created the model for today’s super-maximum security prisons and oversaw a near doubling of federal facilities. He also insisted on cleanliness and decent food.


Norman Carlson, Forceful Head of U.S. Prisons, Dies at 86

2020-08-20T17:13:06+0000

He created the model for today’s super-maximum security prisons and oversaw a near doubling of federal facilities. He also insisted on cleanliness and decent food.


Norman Carlson, Forceful Head of U.S. Prisons, Dies at 86

2020-08-20T17:13:06+0000

He created the model for today’s super-maximum security prisons and oversaw a near doubling of federal facilities. He also insisted on cleanliness and decent food.


Norman Carlson, Forceful Head of U.S. Prisons, Dies at 86

2020-08-20T17:13:06+0000

He created the model for today’s super-maximum security prisons and oversaw a near doubling of federal facilities. He also insisted on cleanliness and decent food.



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