Obituaries Related to "Fernandez" from New York Times Archive
Gordon took one pitch in Fernandez’s right-handed stance, then hit his first homer of the season.
Fernandez and two others were killed when their boat struck a jetty in Miami Beach. He was 24.
Ms. Fernandez’s indefatigable advocacy for better treatment of foreign workers prompted her government to denounce her and human rights groups to shower her with awards.
Mr. Fernandez’s curiosity about a 1983 armored car robbery near his Connecticut home led to a lifelong field of study.
Mr. Fernandez, in dubbing and writing some scripts of the TV series, provided Americans with an early introduction to Japanese animation.
FERNANDEZ--Agustin. Anita Shapolsky Gallery deeply mourns the loss of an artist and great friend. A productive and widely respected individualist whose work is in numerous museum and private collections. Our deepest condolences to his loving family. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him. Anita Shapolsky
GREENHOUSE--Aurora de la Luz Fernandez y Menendez 94, died peacefully on March 25, at her home in Wellfleet, MA. Beloved wife of Bernard, devoted mother of Nancy Carter Menendez and Elena Delbanco (Nicholas), grandmother of Jonathan (Susan), Francesca (Nicholas), and Andrea (Alex), great grandmother of Christopher and Steven, and sister of Byron. Her extended family and extraordinary circle of friends share our grief. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to VNA Assoc of Cape Co ...
LAQUERCIA -- Evelyn M. (nee Fernandez). Of Brooklyn, NY, on May 29, 2005. Born in Oviedo, Spain, on November 2, 1943, beloved wife of Thomas Michael Laquercia, loving mother of Thomas Peter, Marc Anthony and Justin Gregory, devoted sister, caring and cherished aunt. Evelyn arrived in America on April 22, 1946, with her parents and sister, on the very first birthday of the man she would later marry. She attended Notre Dame School in Manhattan and was graduated from Hunter College with a degree in ...
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