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Dr. Johnson, who applied crocheting and needlecraft skills, went on to perform more than 8,500 bypass operations over four decades.
Mr. Williams was an East Harlem prodigy who dazzled Alvin Ailey company audiences as a leading dancer for more than four decades, performing into his 60s.
Mr. Clendinen, a seasoned journalist, spent his final years writing about his own approaching death as a gay alcoholic victim of Lou Gehrig’s disease.
Bill Dudley was one of the greatest all-around players in N.F.L. history. He was one of the last links to an era now long gone.
Mr. Dudley had a Hall of Fame career as one of college and professional football’s most dynamic running backs in the 1940s and early 1950s despite a small frame and a lack of speed.
THOMSON--Dudley George. 74, of Sheldon, SC, died Sunday, June 25, 2006 at his Brays Island home. Services will be at a later date. Mr. Thomson was born August 31, 1931, in Flushing, NY, a son of Louise Magoon Thomson and John B. Thomson. He was a veteran of The United States Army, a member of Manhasset Bay Yacht Club and Brays Island Plantation Club where he enjoyed golf and sport shooting. He was a stockbroker and manufacturing executive with Thomson Industries in Port Washington, NY. He was pr ...
DUDLEY--Anne, of Bronxville on July 3, 2005. Wife of the late H. Lewis Dudley, mother of Lewis R. & George B.T. Amis. Memorial service Christ Church, Bronxville on Saturday, July 9 at 1 P.M. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to the Jansen Hospice, Tuckahoe, New York 10707.
DUDLEY--Justice Edward R. We are deeply saddened by the passing of our distinguished and beloved former colleague. Supreme Court Board of Justices, N.Y. County
Edward R Dudley, retired New York judge and former borough president of Manhattan whose manifold career took him from civil rights advocacy to ambassadorship in Africa, dies at age 93; photo (M)
George A. Dudley, an architect who coordinated large civic projects at home and abroad, including the construction of several campuses for the State University of New York, died on Sunday at his home in Rensselaerville, N.Y. He was 90. The cause was pneumonia, his family said.
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