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DOUGHERTY-Elizabeth. On February 16, 2000 at age 69. Beloved sister of John J. Dougherty and his wife Christina, Mary Jane Hansen and Genieve Dougherty and many nieces and nephews. Memorial mass at St. Francis of Assisi Church, 135 West 31 St., Saturday February 19th at 11AM.
DOUGHERTY-Mary Frances. (Executive, Bell Atlantic). Embraced eternity in her 52nd year suddenly on January 10, 2000. Beloved daughter of the late Michael J. and Molly (nee McGarry). Loving sister of Michael J. (Joe), John P., Vincent J. (retired Captain NYPD), James F., Gail P., Joan Ryan, Margie Russo, Tommy (NYPD), Richard and the late Brendan T. Caring sister-in-law, loving cousin and most generous & loving Aunt Mary Fran Darling to 33 nieces and nephews and eight great nieces and nephews. Fu ...
WOLFE-Andrew Dougherty. December 2, 1999 in Pittsford, NY. Founder of Wolfe Publications. He is survived by his wife, Vivienne Tellier Wolfe; children Amy Wentworth Wolfe of North Cohocton, NY; Meg W. (Scott) Lucas of Rochester, NY; Andrew D. (Jaymie) Wolfe Jr. of Wakefield, MA; John S. (Michelle) Wolfe of Chandler, AZ; brother C. Holmes (Susie) Wolfe of Pittsburgh, PA; sister-inlaw Peggy Wolfe of Naples, FL; father and mother-in -law George A. and Margarita Tellier of Fair Lawn, NJ; 13 grandchi ...
DOUGHERTY-Kenneth W. Of Morris Township and New York City, formerly of Philadelphia, PA. Died at home on Wednesday, October 13, 1999. Husband of Katharine (nee Sutro), father of Elizabeth Halle and Sarah B.
DOUGHERTY-James A. On July 1, 1997. Loving husband of Elizabeth. Devoted father of Elizabeth Anne, Thomas and grandfather of Graham. Donations can be made to: Nature Conservancy, 570 7th Ave, New York, N.Y. 10018
DOUGHERTY -- Wilma Eli zabeth Dobie, age 86, devoted wife of 60 years to John W. Dougherty, M.D. of Scarsdale, NY and Jupiter, FL, entered into eternal rest on June 2, 2005 at their home in Jupiter, FL with her loving family by her side. Born in Reading, PA in 1918, she received a B.A. from the University of Pittsburgh. A resident of Scarsdale, NY for over 30 years, she recently resided at Mangrove Bay in Jupiter, FL. She worked in public relations, most notably for Ben Sonnenberg, Lipton Tea Co ...
KING--May Tarlton ''Topsy'' Dougherty, 90, passed away at her home on Monday, August 9, 2004. She was born December 30, 1913, in Austin, Texas to James R. and Genevieve Dougherty. Mrs. King attended the Hockaday School in Dallas and later the University of Texas in Austin. Mrs. King was preceded in death by her husbands, Bruce Beverly Baxter, Jr. and John Allen King; her sons, Bruce Beverly Baxter, III and Frank William Carr, Jr.; sister, Rachael Vaughan; and brothers, James R. Dougherty, Jr. an ...
DOUGHERTY--Robert. Halstead Property and its owners Terra Holdings are saddened by the loss of Robert Dougherty, 76, the father-inlaw of the Executive Director of Sales of our Westside office, Michael Goldenberg, and the daughter of our Senior V.P., Susan Dougherty. Bob, a retired banker, past President of the Queens Banking Association and Queens Kiwanis, was a veteran of the Air Force and served during the years of the Korean War. He is survived by his loving wife Lois of 54 years, three other ...
Ms. Dougherty, who cast some of Hollywood’s biggest stars in their earliest parts, including Al Pacino and Dustin Hoffman, had a strong hand in reshaping the way Hollywood casts films.
A behind-the-scenes downtown fixture of the 1970s and ’80s, Mr. Dougherty helped shape the network’s early identity, most notably as a creator of “Yo! MTV Raps.”
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