Obituaries Related to "Duffy" from New York Times Archive
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Mr. Duffy, a prolific writer of symphonic music and operas, was the founder and longtime director of the organization Meet the Composer.
Ms. Duffy was one of the foremost editors of romance novels in the United States, and helped usher into print a new kind of romance novel featuring strong, capable women.
DUFFY--Betty Minor. The Board of Directors and Members of the International Fine Print Dealers Association sadly note the passing of our colleague on February 13, 2006. A member since 1987 and founder of the Bethesda Art Gallery, she will be remembered as a highly respected dealer who helped collectors rediscover early 20th Century American prints. We extend our condolences to her husband, Douglas Duffy, her two daughters, Wrenetta Ward Duffy, Elizabeth Woodford Lagrone, and their families.
DUFFY--John Francis Vincent ''Jack''. Born May 8, 1915 in Brooklyn, NY, died July 10, 2005 in Pasadena, CA, following a brief illness. He was named for Uncle John Vincent Duffy. He was educated by the Sisters of Mercy at St. Catherine's Grammar School, the Jesuits at Fordham Prep, and the Christian Brothers at Manhattan College (BBA in Accounting, 1937). He became a CPA in New York and New Jersey, was associated with major accounting firms in New York, and worked for the legendary J.K. Lasser. H ...
DUFFY--James A., on May 8. Beloved husband of Josephine, cherished father of Jim, Pat & Joan, loving grandfather of Michele, Laura, Ryan & Riley. Wake at Larson Funeral Home, 2496 North Avenue, Bridgeport, CT on Tuesday, 35, 7-9 PM. Mass at Our Lady of the Assumption on Wednesday, 9 AM, 545 Stratfield Road, Fairfield, CT.
DUFFY--Rev. Stephen V., S.J., The Regis High School community mourns the passing of the Rev. Stephen V. Duffy, S.J., ''Father Regis,'' who was a teacher and tutor of Regis students from 1946 until 2001. The Duffy Award for General Excellence in Studies is given each year to those members of the graduating class who have exemplified Father Duffy's commitment to excellence in scholarship and service. Contributions in Father Duffy's memory may be made to the Rev. Stephen V. Duffy, S.J., Scholarship ...
DUFFY--Rev. Stephen V., S.J. on March 20, 2005. Beloved brother of Florence Doherty, Jane Burt, Connie Corroon, Sr. Helen Marie and the late Miriam Scavullo. He was a teacher of classics at Regis High School from 1945-1991. He tutored at Regis High School from 1991-2001. He spent his final years at Murray-Weigal Hall. Friends may call at Regis High School Chapel, 55 E. 84th St, NYC, Tuesday, March 22, 2005, 3-5 and 7-9 PM, and Wednesday, March 23, 2005, 3-5 PM. Mass of Christian Burial St. Ignat ...
DUFFY--Katherine (nee Mc Bride) on April 26 of Manhasset, NY, passed away at home surrounded by her family. Beloved wife of the late James V. Dear mother of Patricia, James, Cathy and the late honorable John M. Duffy. Devoted Grandmother of 12 and great-grandmother of seven great-grandsons and a caring, close extended family and friends. In repose at The Fairchild Funeral Chapel 1570 Northern BLvd., Manhasset on Wednesday 7-9 PM and Thursday 3-5 and 7-9 PM. Funeral Mass Friday St. Mary's RC Chur ...
DUFFY--Mary Kate (Reynolds). On January 30, 2004, at age 92 of County Longford, Ireland. Beloved wife of the late Joseph. Loving mother of Brian J. Duffy and Marianne Russem. Adoring grandmother of Zachary, Jake, Mary, Ben and Asher. Dear sister of Patrick Reynolds, Peggy Kilemade, the late Bridget, Nellie, James and Michael. Friends may call at Frank E. Campbell, 1076 Madison Avenue at 81 Street, Sunday 2-5 p.m. Funeral Mass at Mary Manning Walsh Home, 1339 York Avenue, Monday, 10:30 a.m.
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