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Albert J. Dunlap, Tough Executive Known as Chainsaw Al, Dies at 81

2019-02-05T17:56:43+0000

Viewing himself as a corporate doctor who knew what ailed troubled companies, Mr. Dunlap was known for his outspokenness and big layoffs.


Albert J. Dunlap, Tough Executive Known as Chainsaw Al, Dies at 81

2019-02-05T17:56:43+0000

Viewing himself as a corporate doctor who knew what ailed troubled companies, Mr. Dunlap was known for his outspokenness and big layoffs.


Paid Notice: Deaths DUNLAP, RICHARD D.

2004-12-23T05:00:00+0000

DUNLAP--Richard D. Television/Theatre Director/ Producer, died December 6, 2004, in Great Barrington, Ma.


Paid Notice: Deaths DUNLAP, JOSEPH RIGGS

2004-03-06T05:00:00+0000

DUNLAP -- Joseph Riggs. Died March 1, 2004 on Morningside Heights at the age of 91. Born Weishien, China February 8, 1913. BA College of Wooster (1936). BS in Library Service (1937), MA in Medieval History (1943), Doctor of Library Service (1972), all from Columbia University. Member, City College Library faculty 1937-1973. Saw service in WWII in the ASTP and as a Medic in Germany. Leading figure in William Morris studies in the United States as writer, mentor, lecturer, and collector. Survived ...


Paid Notice: Deaths DUNLAP, JOSEPH RIGGS

2004-03-05T05:00:00+0000

DUNLAP -- Joseph Riggs. Died March 1, 2004 on Morningside Heights at the age of 91. Born Weishien, China February 8, 1913. BA College of Wooster (1936). BS in Library Service (1937), MA in Medieval History (1943), Doctor of Library Service (1972), all from Columbia University. Member, City College Library faculty 1937-1973. Saw service in WWII in the ASTP and as a Medic in Germany. Leading figure in William Morris studies in the United States as writer, mentor, lecturer, and collector. Survived ...


Paid Notice: Deaths DUNLAP, JOHN

2002-05-11T05:00:00+0000

DUNLAP-John, 46. Sales Executive for Penthouse Magazine and other general media publications, died May 10 at the Cabrini Medical Center after a long battle with AIDS and cancer. In addition to his position at Penthouse, John also tried his hand at various other ventures including selling high-end cosmetics out of the guest bathroom of his Manhattan apartment, giving massages in the dining room and experimenting with aromatherapy. Although he collected thousands of religious tomes, his favorite b ...


Paid Notice: Deaths DUNLAP, JACK

1998-05-31T05:00:00+0000

DUNLAP-Jack. On May 25, 1998. Devoted friend of Jack Metcalf. During his thirty years at the Metropolitan Opera House, he was most recently the Assistant to Chairman Mrs. Louise Humphries. After his retirement, he did volunteer work at several organizations. Contributions in his memory may be made to The Animal Medical Center, 510 East 62nd Street, New York, NY 10021, and DOROT, Inc., 171 West 85 Street, NY, NY 10024. A memorial service will be announced at a later date.


Paid Notice: Deaths DUNLAP, HERBERT CREIGHTON

1998-02-10T05:00:00+0000

DUNLAP-Herbert Creighton, age 84, on February 7th, 1998. The Board and Staff of St. Paul's House and the JJD Hall Memorial Fund, NYC, mourn the loss of their Founder and colleague who served 53 years. He is survived by his cousin, Stuart, and nephew, Alexander Scott Dunlap. Viewing 2pm-7:30pm and Memorial Service 7:30pm, Wednesday, February 11th, at First Baptist Church, 79th and Broadway. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to St. Paul's House or to the JJD Hall Memorial Fund.


Paid Notice: Deaths DUNLAP, JOHN R.

1998-02-04T05:00:00+0000

DUNLAP-John R. On January 31st at age 70. Beloved husband of Bobbie. Loving father to Paige, Susan and Sally. Grandfather to six. Memorial service in Baltimore on February 7, 1998.


Perry Dunlap Smith, 78, Dies; Progressive-Education Leader

1967-02-06T05:00:00+0000

Smith, Perry D



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