Obituaries Related to "Christensen" from New York Times Archive
He broke ground with his assertion that the factors that helped the best companies succeed were also the reasons some of those same companies failed.
Mr. Christensen, who represented Brooke Astor, was esteemed but largely unknown outside his field until her son was accused of defrauding her.
Mr. Christensen was a tight end for the Oakland and Los Angeles Raiders who made five Pro Bowl teams and played on two Super Bowl champions.
Ms. Christensen was a distinguished Danish poet whose work was a cornerstone of modern Scandinavian poetry.
Dan Christensen was an abstract painter best known for his unfettered use of color in various styles, including Color Field painting and lyrical abstraction.
Col Fred Christensen, American ace in World War II, dies at age 84; photo (M)
Fred Christensen shot down six German transport planes in a single day in 1944, a record number of kills by an American airman for a single mission in the European theater.
CHRISTENSEN - Angela. Born in Brooklyn, NY, June 1936. Died there in the last week of September 2005. She is missed so much by all who knew her and by the family that will love her always, husband Ron, son Greg, daughter-in-law Bunny and grandson James. A memorial service date will be announced.
CHRISTENSEN-Ralph C. 92 of Port Washington, NY, on April 12, 2003. Former Senior Vice President of the American Bureau of Shipping. Mr. Christensen is survived by his wife, Esther, a son Warren, a daughter Jane Stuebner, and four grandsons. A memorial service to follow at a later date, Fairfield Funeral Home, Manhasset, 516-627-2000.
CHRISTENSEN HATCHERDorothy, born September 12, 1924 in NYC; died August 17, 2002 in Palm Harbor, FL. Mother of Donna Christensen (Holt Smith) granmother of Erica Smith. Preceded in death by her husband Al Hatcher. She worked in NYC at Bonwit Tellers for 30 years in mens fashion; followed by many years in Chicago. Resident of Palm Harbor for the past 17 years. In lieu of flowers please make donations to the hospice of your choice.
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