Obituaries Related to "Frost" from New York Times Archive
Frost was known for his harrowing first ascents up El Capitan in Yosemite and for designing climbing tools to protect rock surfaces from being scarred.
A longtime broadcaster, Mr. Frost was best known for incisive interviews with public figures, including talks with former President Richard M. Nixon, which he called the highlight of his career.
Poet Won Four Pulitzer Prizes -- Took Part in 1961 Inauguration
Mr. Frost was a hip-hop pioneer known as Frosty Freeze who helped inspire a worldwide break-dancing craze in the early 1980s as a member of the influential group Rock Steady Crew.
FROST--John ''Jack'' Ben nett95, Charlestown, RI, passed away peacefully at his home on July 19. Born in Brooklyn he and his wife of 70 years, Ann, raised their family in Holliswood, NY. Growing up in Brooklyn Jack was actively involved in Grace Episcopal Church. He attended the US Naval Academy in Annapolis, graduated from Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute with a degree in mechanical engineering and was a member of Pi Kappa Phi. He joined the Brooklyn Union Gas Company in 1935 and retired as a Sen ...
FROST--David, M.D. Public Health Advocate, died in San Francisco at age 95, on Thanksgiving in the company of his devoted family. Born April 13, 1910, in New York City, he attended New York University (BS), St. Louis University (MD) and Harvard (MPH). In public health, he served local, state (California, New York), and federal governments. Twice widowed, he is survived by two children, Philip Frost and Ruth Foy; their spouses, Velia and Dennis; grandchildren, David, his wife, Stefanie, and Jeana ...
FROST--David, M.D. Public Health Advocate, died in San Francisco at age 95, on Thanksgiving in the company of his devoted family. Born April 13, 1910, in New York City, he attended New York University (BS), St. Louis University (Maryland) and Harvard (MPH). In public health, he served local, state (California, New York), and federal governments. Twice widowed, he is survived by two children, Philip Frost and Ruth Foy, their spouses Velia and Dennis, grandchildren David, his wife Stefanie, and Je ...
FROST--Russell III. On October 11, 2005 after a long illness. Husband of Patricia Lauber Frost, brother of Frances Frost Overlock. Uncle of five nephews. A memorial service 11 AM, Thursday, October 20, First Congregational Church on the Green, Norwalk. Contributions to the Maritime Aquarium in South Norwalk would be appreciated.
FROST--Joseph. Beloved husband of Muriel. Devoted father of Melanie & Candice. Loving brother of Lily Mandel and Dr. Philip Frost and a loving friend to all.
FROST--Joseph. Congregation Sons of Israel, Woodmere, records with sorrow the passing of its member and extends condolences to the bereaved family. Bruce Ginsburg, Rabbi Dr. Saul I. Teplitz Rabbi Emeritus Harry S. Katz, President
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