Obituaries Related to "Erickson" from New York Times Archive
He fronted the influential group the 13th Floor Elevators with his scream-inflected vocals, but struggled with mental illness for much of his life.
Mr. Erickson was a Canadian Modernist architect who established an international reputation for designing innovative complexes and buildings.
ERICKSON--Rodney, 89. Died on May 22, 2006, at his home in Pound Ridge, NY. Born July 9, 1916, in Chicago. BA dramatic arts, University of Iowa, 1938. Began his career in radio in New York and went on to be VP in charge of television sales for Warner Bros. President of Filmways Production. VP and Manager of the TV department of Young & Rubicam before retiring to his gardens. He leaves his wife of 50 years Jean, a sister Dorothy Kennedy, five children and two grandchildren.
Willard Clyde Mackey Jr., a former chief executive of McCann Erickson Worldwide who helped build it into one of advertising's foremost powerhouses, died on April 16 in Vero Beach, Fla. He was 82 and lived in Vero Beach and New Canaan, Conn. The death was announced by Eugene H. Kummel, chairman emeritus of the company.
ERICKSON-Viola B. The Westchester Arts Council extends heartfelt condolences to the family of Barbara and Richard Dannenberg on the passing of Barbara's mother Viola B. Erickson. Our thoughts are with you.
John Erickson, Briton who was one of foremost scholars on development of Red Army and its role in World War II, dies at age 72; photo (M)
ERICKSON-Margery O. Died February 21, 2001. Memorial service will be at Carleton-Willard Village, 100 Old Billerica Road, Bedford MA., on March 9, 10:30 AM. In lieu of flowers, contributions in her memory may be sent to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, attention Development Office, 1000 5th Avenue, NYC 10028 or the Planned Parenthood League of Mssachusetts, 1055 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA. 02215.
ERICKSON-Maureen Muller. A resident of Croton-on-Hudson, NY. died at her residence, on August 8, 2000. She was a partner in Muller Assoc. a real estate development and management Co. in Croton. She was a graduate of Marymount College in 1960. She is survived by her mother Eileen Muller and her brother Stewart Muller. Funeral Mass will be held Friday at 10 AM at St. Augustines Church in Ossining. Visiting hours on Thursday 7-9PM only at The Church. For further information Edward F. Carter Funeral ...
ERICKSON-Arthur V. Of Old Bridge, NJ, on July 8, 2000, aged 70 years. Retired 1994 as Senior VP and Principal at Johnson & Higgins of Manhattan. Beloved husband of Dorothy A. (nee Disert); devoted father of Arthur F. of Sugar Land, TX, Laura S. Taylor of Longwood, FL, and the late Karen E. Nash; grandfather of Joelle Nash; Lynn Marie, Arthur V. and Michael Erickson; Christina and Zachary Taylor. Funeral Tuesday, 10 AM, from the Hegarty Funeral Home, 3377 Route 9, Old Bridge, NJ. Services in the ...
ERICKSON-Diane. On September 24, 1999. Wife of Michael Charles. Beloved mother of Helena Charles. Loving daughter of Mary Helfer. Dear sister of John and Thomas Erickson, Christina Reid, Jane Ashmore, the late Richard and Charles Erickson. Friends may call at Frank E. Campbell, 1076 Madison Ave., at 81 St., Sunday, 7-9 PM. Funeral services at Trinity Baptist Church, 205 E. 61 St., Monday 10 AM. Interment to follow at Cedar Lawn Cemetery, East Hampton, LI. Contributions in her memory may be made ...
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