Obituaries Related to "Flynn" from New York Times Archive
Mr. Flynn helped tend three homes of the Mets — the Polo Grounds, Shea Stadium and Citi Field — beginning with the club’s founding in 1962.
Downed over southern China, a badly injured Lieutenant Flynn spent five and a half years in a Chinese prison, mostly in solitary confinement.
Mr. Flynn, author of Mitch Rapp killer-for-hire thrillers, got his start selling a self-published book out of the trunk of his car.
Robinson was a 1970 All-Star, a seven-season N.B.A. player and a productive reserve guard on the first Los Angeles Lakers title team, which had a 33-game winning streak.
FLYNN--Helen M. September 27, 2006. Survived by niece Ann Marie Gozo, and nephews John & Joseph. Former FBI, St. Francis College, and Catholic Charities employee. Devoted parishioner of St. Rose of Lima Church. Funeral Services Tuesday, October 3rd. Visitation BlairMazzarella Funeral Home, 9 am. Mass of Christian Burial, St. Rose of Lima Church, 10 am. Interment Calvary Cemetery.
FLYNN--James Morgan Jr. 62, of Montauk, NY, and Palm Beach, FL, passed away on June 14, 2006. Jim was born in Boston, MA, and graduated from Boston Latin School and St. Michael's College in Vermont. He is survived by his wife Valerie Kelly; his son James Morgan Flynn III, his sister Marilyn, brothers Richard, Charles and Thomas, their wives, and nine nieces and nephews. Please make donations in Jim's name to Renal Transplant Fund, Dept. of Surgery, Columbia University/NY Presbyterian Hospital, 6 ...
FLYNN--Terrence R., Sr. The Society of the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick in the City of New York, records with profound sorrow the death of Terrence R. Flynn, Sr. a Member of the Society, and extends sincere sympathy to his family. Alfred E. Smith, IV, President Henry F. White, Jr., Historian
FLYNN--Richard Francis, 67. Of New York City. Died on January 19, 2006, in Phoenix, Arizona. Known as ''Dick'' to his family and friends, he was a beloved son to Francis and Eleanore and is survived by his brother Brian and his daughter Kelly Jeanne. He grew up in Park Slope, Brooklyn, and graduated from St. Francis College before soaring to great creative heights in the advertising industry of the 1970s. Those who knew him at his best will always remember him as a brilliant, handsome, and charm ...
FLYNN--Loretta C., Esq. (nee Corcoran). Of East Northport, NY, on Febraury 1, 2006 in her 83rd year. Graduate of the College of New Rochelle (1942), Fordham Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (1943) and Fordham Law (1951). Served as an officer and director of Suffolk AHRC. Active in CNR Alumni Association. Loving wife of the late Robert Emmet. Dearly beloved mother of Christopher, Robert (Fidelia), Joseph, James (Dara), Jeremiah and Dr. Regina (Daniel) Olasin. Cherished grandmother of Sean, Ca ...
FLYNN--Francis Xavier. On January 26, 2006, of Little Neck, NY. Native of Bronx, NY. Former stock transfer agent for General Motors Corp. Husband of Theresa Cooney Flynn for 52 years. Son of the late Annie Dolan Flynn and John Flynn. Father of Ann Klunk, Maryellen Cancellieri, Regina Erickson, Jane Burke, Michael Flynn. Also survived by six grandchildren. Brother of Mary Flynn Kennedy, and the late Nancy Carlson, Regina Dolan, John, Philip and Walter Flynn. Visiting in the Doyle B. Shaffer, Inc. ...
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