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Corner Office, a regular interview with leading C.E.O.s, returns. In the first installment, Ken Frazier talks about race, justice and his break with President Trump.
Eulogized as an ordinary man who achieved extraordinary greatness, Joe Frazier’s life was celebrated in a ceremony attended by his old rival, Muhammad Ali.
Frazier, the former heavyweight champion, had an epic rivalry with Muhammad Ali that included the Thrilla in Manila, regarded as one of the greatest fights in boxing history.
Frazier, a baseball lifer, managed at Shea Stadium during the period between the tenures of Yogi Berra and Joe Torre.
PURDY-Frazier R. 71, longtime creative director of Young & Rubicam Advertising, at his home in Roxbury, CT, on Saturday, October 27, 2001. Before retiring in 1991 he had a 37 year career at Y & R, starting as an assistant art director in 1954. It culminated in his becoming senior vice president, creative director of Y & R New York in 1975; Senior Vice President, Creative Director of Y & R USA in 1979; and executive vice president and executive creative director of Young & Rubicam Inc. Worldwide ...
FRAZIER-Rev. Donald Hart Frazier, 88, of 1821 Mooring Line Dr., Vero Beach, FL., and Old Orchard Lane, East Marion, LI, NY, died May 31, 2000 at Eastern Long Island Memorial Hospital. He was the husband of Elizabeth Hart Frazier. He was born Oct. 18, 1911 in Forksville, PA, son of the late Rev. William Fiske Frazier and Minnie Hart Frazier. He was a graduate of Oberlin College, 1933, Oberlin, OH and Yale University Divinity School, 1938, New Haven, CT. He was a member of the faculty of the New H ...
Glen Frazier Leet, who worked to provide financing to entrepreneurs and who aided community development programs around world, dies at 89; photo (M)
FRAZIER-Frances. Of New York City. On March 10, 1998. Beloved to all who knew her. A non denominational memorial service will be held at West End Synagogue, 69th Street and Amsterdam Ave, NYC, 1 PM, Sunday, March 22, 1998. In lieu of flowers, contributions to Beth Israel Medical Center in Memory of Frances Frazier, 1st Ave. and 16 Street, New York, NY 10003, Attention: Development Office.
FRAZIER-Mary (Tina). On March 10, 1998. Beloved wife of Wilbert. Devoted mother of Wayne, Myrna Perkins and Kathy. Cherished grandmother of Lauren. Services Friday 1:30PM at Frank E. Campbell, 1076 Madison Ave at 81st Street. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Mary Artenna Frazier Fund, c/o Figure Skating in Harlem, 2 Horatio St., NYC 10014.
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