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Mr. Estes’s life captured America’s imagination, with its tales of business scams, political payoffs, covered-up killings and White House conspiracies.
ESTES--Sylvia. Thanks for the memories. Dear friend, neighbor and lady. Susan and her Arnold Blair and the Family
ESTES--Sylvia. On February 6, 2005 of Manhasset, New York. Beloved wife of Arnold. Devoted mother of Roberta Shapiro & husband Stephen. Cherished grandmother of Hayley and Corey. ESTES--Sylvia. Thanks for the memories. Dear friend, neighbor and lady. Susan and her Arnold Blair and the Family
ESTES-Frieda Guttman. Beloved widow of Jack Estes. Previously of New York and Westwood, California. Died on July 8, 1998 at her home in Los Angeles. A longtime buyer at Janice and Bond's stores in New York and owner of Estes Bra and Girdle, she is survived by her loving nephew Edward Kelman. She will be greatly missed by her extended family of children and grandchildren, the Gerstein family; Louise, Richard, Kendra, Jack, Yale, Gary, Mindy, Ian and Brittany.
JONES-Estes 67, son of late Mildred and Emory Jones, died peacefully Aug 2 in his sleep after a brief illness in Grand Prairie, TX. 1950 Journalism graduate, Univ of TX. Editorial work included Houston Chronicle Reporter; Public Relations for Landor Assoc., San Francisco; Editor of Kopper Topics for Kopper Devl. Assoc., NYC. Private graveside services Thursday A.M. with burial in family plot in Annetta, TX, near Weatherford. Survivors include brother Pat, sister-in-law Laurie and nephew Adam, al ...
LEAD: Elliott M. Estes, former president of General Motors Corporation, died of a heart attack yesterday while on a business trip to Chicago. He was 72 years old and lived in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan.
In a case linked to Lyndon B. Johnson and Billie Sol Estes, a convicted swindler, a state judge today ordered that the official cause of death of an Agriculture Department employee 24 years ago be changed from suicide to homicide. District Judge Peter Lowry issued the order after hearing two days of testimony, including that of a Texas Ranger who investigated the 1961 death of the Agriculture Department worker, Henry Marshall. At the time of his death, Mr. Marshall was investigating the bu ...
Publisher C L Estes dies
Found dead on floor of tightly-closed garage just before he was to begin 10-yr sentence for involvement in B S Estes case; death believed accidental
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