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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 ...

Notable Deaths 2016: Robin Chandler Duke


Robin Chandler Duke, Philanthropist Who Championed Women’s Rights, Dies at 92


Ms. Duke, a former reporter, executive and ambassador, was a prominent voice for health and education initiatives in Africa, Asia and elsewhere.

Don Chandler, Standout Kicker in N.F.L., Dies at 76


Mr. Chandler was a punter and place-kicker for the Giants and the Packers who played on four title-winning teams.

Robert Chandler, 80, a Creator of the ’60 Minutes’ Format, Dies


Mr. Chandler was a former CBS executive who played a crucial role in creating the critically acclaimed weekly newsmagazine “60 Minutes.”

Alfred D. Chandler Jr., a Business Historian, Dies at 88


Alfred D. Chandler Jr. argued in almost two dozen books that the emergence of professional management propelled modern capitalism.

At Venice, 2 tributes to Raymond Chandler and technicolor noir - Style - International Herald Tribune



Movies: At Venice, 2 tributes to Raymond Chandler and technicolor noir - Arts & Leisure - International Herald Tribune


The Black Dahlia. Directed by Brian De Palma (U.S.)

Paid Notice: Deaths CHANDLER, ROGER E.


CHANDLER--Roger E. 71, of Westfield NJ, held a variety of senior positions at Exxon Corporation. Husband of 50 years of Beverly, father of Peg of Cincinnati, OH and Alan and his wife Bonnie of Rochester, NY. A graveside service at Fairview Cemetery, Westfield, NJ June 21 at 12 noon. The family will receive visitors after service at Echo Lake Country Club, Westfield, NJ. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Caddy Scholarship Foundation, c/o NJ State Golf Assoc., 1000 Broad St, Bloomfield NJ 07003 ...



CHANDLER -- Sylvia (nee Ganz). On March 13, 2006. Beloved wife of the late Martin ''Pat''. Dearest mother of Susan (Allan) Pessin. Devoted sister of the late Daniel (Beverlee) Ganz. Loving sister-inlaw of Jack & Ruth Chandler, Frances DuBow, and the late Bernie DuBow and also the late Bess & Chip Harris, Doris and Mike Foreman, Zelda and Norman Friedman, Kahn and Kate Chandler, Al and Alva Chandler, Frank and Yetta Chandler and Ann Chandler. Dear cousin and caring aunt to many.

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