Obituaries Related to "Carney" from New York Times Archive
When he was 19, Mr. Carney and his brother Dan borrowed $600 from their mother to start their business in Wichita, Kan. Before long it became the world’s largest pizza chain.
Mr. Carney, who also played dozens of other instruments, was a versatile musician with a distinct sensibility who recorded widely, and wildly.
FITZGERALD--Catherine R. (nee Carney) on March 10, 2006. RN and retired teacher NYC Board of Ed. Beloved wife of the late George Howard. Loving mother of Lizabeth Wolkoff (Barry) and Edward. Proud grandmother of Jason, Stephen & Theresa. Funeral Monday 9:30 A.M. from the Marine Park Funeral Home, 3024 Quentin Rd Bklyn. Mass of Christian Burial 10:30 A.M. St. Thomas Aquinas R.C. Church. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. Visiting Saturday & Sunday 25 & 7-9 P.M.
CARNEY--Frederic Q. On March 2, 2006, of the Actor's Fund Home. Cherished son of the late Edward M. and Helen Carney. Dear brother of the late Jack, Ned, Bob, Phil and Art Carney. Also survived by beloved nieces and nephews. Private services were held. Information Wien & Wien, 800-322-0533.
RYAN--Donald Carney.Died New York City October 12, 2005. Born in Burlington, VT on December 6, 1920, son of Owen E. and Alice Carney Ryan. Graduate of Burlington HS, 1939 and the University of VT, 1949. Served three years in WW II. Studied banking and finance at NYU. Worked for many financial institutions in NY as bank officer, bond salesman and bond broker. Retired in 1989 from Fundamental Brokers. Predeceased by wife Marybel Sloan Ryan; parents; brother, William Ryan; sister-in-law, Clara Ryan ...
Art Carney, Academy Award-winning comic actor who first gained fame as guffawing, slightly off-center sewer worker Ed Norton in early 1950's television series The Honeymooners, dies at age 85; photo (M)
The comic actor first gained fame as the slightly off-center sewer worker Ed Norton in the 1950?s television series "The Honeymooners."
PETTE-Ruth Carney. Of Boca Raton, FL, formerly of New York City, passed away on January 9, 2002 in Boca Raton. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the ''Ruth C. Pette Scholarship Fund'' at St. Joan of Arc Elementary School, 370 SW 3rd Street, Boca Raton, FL 33432. For more information, contact Babione Funeral Home, 561-395-8787.
CARNEY-Robert F. Died June 1, 1998 at age 88. Survived by son Robert Jr. and daughter Ruth Carney-Pucci, brothers Frederic and Arthur, six grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Wake Wednesday, 2-4 and 7-9 at Fred McGrath & Son, Bronxville, NY. Funeral mass Thursday morning, 10 AM, at Saint Peter and Paul Church, Mt. Vernon, NY.
CARNEY-Peter. The New York Times records with deep sorrow the passing of Peter Carney, associated with The Times from 1957, until retiring in 1991.
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