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Vivian Cherry, 98, Socially Aware Street Photographer, Is Dead


Ms. Cherry was originally a dancer, but she abandoned the “fantasy world” of dance as a young woman to document the reality of life in New York.

Don Cherry, Singer by Night and Golfer by Day, Is Dead at 94


He was a top amateur player and a nightclub headliner in the 1950s and ’60s, scoring a hit record with “Band of Gold.” He was also the voice of Mr. Clean.

400 Feared Dead in Cherry, Ill., Mine Disaster


An explosion and fire trapped 400 men yesterday at a coal mine near Cherry, Ill., about 100 miles southwest of Chicago, and mine officials fear that all may be dead.

Paid Notice: Deaths JOHNSON, CHERRY


JOHNSON--Cherry. Age 82 of West Palm Beach, FL., formerly of Delray Beach, FL and New York City, on April 3, 2006. Beloved mother of Robin Johnson of New York City; sister of Tony Hannan of Duxbury, MA; predeceased by beloved husband, Blake Johnson and her parents, John Lennox Hannan and Esther Harney Hannan. In lieu of flowers, please give to the Humane Society of the US. Services private.



KAVANAGH--Catherine (nee Cherry). Lover of good foods and books, died peacefully at home on April 23, 2005. Survived by loving son Terence Edward Kavanagh, grandchildren Fox and Riley Kavanagh and only sister Marian Becker. Reposing at the Martin A. Gleason Funeral Home, 149-20 Northern Blvd, Flushing. Mass of Christian Burial Tuesday, 10:30 a.m., St. Nicholas of Tolentine RC Church. Visiting Monday, 2-5 and 7-10.

Bobby Frank Cherry, 74, Klansman in Bombing, Dies


Bobby Frank Cherry, former Klansman whose conviction in 2002 for church bombing that killed four black girls in Birmingham, Ala, in 1963 resolved one of most shocking cases of civil rights era, dies in prison at age 74; photo (M)a

Paid Notice: Deaths KRASSNER, CHERRY


KRASSNER-Cherry. Temple Israel of New Rochelle records with sorrow the death of its cherished member and extends its heartfelt sympathy to the family. Patricia Lampl, President Michael Z. Cahana, Rabbi

Paid Notice: Deaths KRASSNER, CHERRY S.


KRASSNER-Cherry S. Attorney and human rights advocate, Cherry Schapiro Krassner died in FL, April 1 after a valiant fight against injuries from a car accident in Nov. Beloved wife of Albert for 52 years, loving mother of Meri, April, Perry, Jeri & Veri. Devoted mother-in-law to James Chubinsky and Mari Colucio Krassner and future son-in-law Thomas Nash, Jr. Proud grandmother of Rachel, Daniel, Anne, Eve, Ben, Douglas, Amanda and Deisy. Loving sister to Seth Schapiro. Cherry, born July 17, 1928 t ...



BURNS-Ethel Dagaberta Holland Cherry (nee Bransome) born February 4, 1911 to Emil and Isabelle Bransome after a long courageous battle with Alzheimers disease passed into glory on Sunday, September 30 at 1:02 PM. The death of her father forced her to leave school at 14 to support her mother and 3 brothers, continuing to sustain them all throughout their lives. She had a beautiful voice and sang in the choir of Temple Beth-El in Bradley Beach, NJ. In the 1940's she had three high fashion stores i ...



CHERRY-Douglas MacMillan 38, tragically lost September 11 at the World Trade Center. Husband of Sarah, awesome father of Emma, Isabel and Jack. Son of Douglas and Anne, brother of Meg Smith and Barbara Schenck. Brother-inlaw of Drew Smith. Bill Schenck and Burns and Ruth Patterson. Uncle of Barbara, Kevin and Mollly Smith, Sarah and Alex Briggs and Amanda and Robert Patterson. Son-in-law of Remington and Duane Patterson. Loved beyond measure by family and friends alike, he graduated from Mariemo ...

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