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Known for his extraordinary fastball, Dalkowski never made it to the major leagues, walking batters almost as often as he struck them out.
Mr. Durham’s precise, understated style made him much sought after as a sideman, and he was probably best known for his trio work with Oscar Peterson and Ray Brown.
FELL--Elizabeth Ann (nee Durham). Of Westhampton Beach, NY, and Stuart, Florida (formerly of Garden City) passed away peacefully at home on January 25. She is survived by her devoted husband of 54 years, Ted. Elizabeth is also survived by her much loved and loving daughter Sabina McCarthy & her husband Joe Sherman and her adored and adoring son Keith and his wife Ellen. She is also survived by her eight wonderful grandchildren: ''Sam'', Elizabeth, Teddy, Alexandra, Evan, Keith Jr., Katherine and ...
KRAMER - DURHAM -- Peggy. 81, of Tamarac, FL, passed away June 14, 2003. Beloved wife of Herbert. Cherished sister of Rosalind Koenig and Stanley Durham. Best friend of Hannah Unger. She served her country as a Second Lieutenant in the U.S. Army during WWII and became the Instructor of Nursing at Mt. Sinai Hospital in New York, and later became the Executive Director of Nursing at Brookdale Hospital in Brooklyn, NY. She was an active member of the Alzheimers Association and the Women's League of ...
DURHAM-Ann Koren, 87 years old, died on October 1, 2001. Born in Gloversville, NY, and a graduate of New York State Teachers College in Albany. A treasured volunteer of National Council of Jewish Women and a founder of CLASP and Open Door. Honored as Lakeville's Woman of the Year in 1974 and recipient of the Hannah G. Solomon Award in 1990. Widow of Bernard. Survived by son, Ralph, and daughter-in-law, Ann, of Woodstock, NY, and Jonathan of Manhattan. Donations may be made to NCJW-Lakeville Sect ...
Crash Davis, obscure 1940's infielder who emerged as something of celebrity when Kevin Costner became his namesake playing shrewd but fading minor leaguer in movie Bull Durham, dies at 82; photo (M)
HENRITZE-David Durham, 76, a well-known insurance executive, passed away on Thursday, May 4, 2000. He was Vice Chairman of Huffines-Russell & Associates. He was the founder of Insurance Underwriters, Inc. of Georgia, which was later sold to the Crump Companies of Memphis, Tennessee of which he was a Director. After the Crump Companies were sold to the Sedgwick Insurance Group of London, England, he was a Vice Chairman of Sedgwick James of Georgia, Inc. Mr. Henritze spent his business career spec ...
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Violence Erupts During Durham, N.C., Protest; Negroes Demonstrate Over Orangeburg, S. C., Deaths -- Three Men Arrested
police and firemen using high-powered hoses disperse NC Coll, Durham, students, protesting deaths of 3 Negroes in Orangeburg, SC, after students throw rocks and break windows; 2 students and man arrested; Orangeburg alley owner closes snack bar portion of establishment in order to skirt Justice Dept desegregation order
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