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Mr. Gillespie went after crooked financiers, labor racketeers and a Guatemalan diplomat doubling as a heroin smuggler.
the American jazz trumpeter, composer and bandleader
GILLESPIE--Claire M. Born August 12, 1914 in Dobbs Ferry, died on June 6, 2005. She was a retired New York City school teacher who moved to Scarsdale in 1972 from Brooklyn. She was very active in her parish of Immaculate Heart of Mary and she managed the library of spiritual and religious books at IHM. She taught for 38 years in the New York City School System, spending most of it at East New York Vocational High School. She was a graduate of the Class of 1935 at the College of Mount St. Vincent ...
GILLESPIE--Alfred. Our dear friend, Al, died on February 12 from cancer. He was 80. He was the author of the 1977 novel, ''Gilliam Unbuttoned'' and of numerous short stories and articles. He was born in Brooklyn, N.Y., on May 19, 1924. From the early 1960s onward, his articles and stories appeared in many magazines. One of his stories, ''Tonight at 9:36,'' appeared in ''The Best American Short Stories 1970'' and ''Redbook's Famous Fiction.'' Through most of his career, he was promotion manager a ...
GILLESPIE--Jean (nee Hollis), died December 1, 2004 at Phelps Memorial Hospital, following a brief illness. She was 78. Born April 12, 1926 in Brooklyn, the daughter of Stanley and Margaret Hollis. She was a graduate of Ridgewood (NJ) High School and Smith College. Jean was formerly employed at The New York Herald Tribune and also at Life Magazine. She married Alfred Gillespie in 1953. The couple lived in Brooklyn Heights for 13 years and moved to Croton-on-Hudson in 1967. Besides her husband, s ...
GILLESPIE--Lorraine (nee Willis). Of Englewood, NJ on June 13, 2004. Beloved wife of the late Dizzy Gillespie (1993). Friends may call at the Barrett Funeral Home, 148 Dean Drive, Tenafly, NJ on Friday 2-4 and 7-9 P.M. Funeral Mass Saturday, 9:30 A.M., St. Cecilia Church, Englewood, NJ. Interment Flushing Cemetery, Queens, NY. Donations to the Englewood Hospital and Medical Center, Dizzy Gillespie Fund, 350 Engle Street, Englewood, NJ 07631 would be appreciated. For directions visit www.barrettf ...
GILLESPIE-Helen H. Of Alexandria, VA, formerly of NYC on December 26, 2001. Beloved mother of Douglas P., Alexander H. and Bill S. Gillespie, grandmother of Jonathan, dear sister of Ann. Calling hours at The Fred H. McGrath & Son Funeral home, Bronxville, between the hours of 7 to 9 PM Friday. Mass of Christian Burial at Our Lady of Fatima Church, Scarsdale on Saturday, December 29, at 10 AM.
GILLESPIE-Gardner F. Jr. Of Chester, CT, a retired insurance executive, died on Sunday at the Middlesex Hospital in Middletown, CT. He was 83. Mr. Gillespie served as President of Frank B. Hall, Westchester, prior to his retirement in 1983. He attended the Loomis School and was a graduate of Princeton University, Class of 1939. In World War II, he served in the U.S. Army's Cyclone Division in the Philippines. He was a resident of Rye, NY, for 37 years. In his later years, he was a devoted fly fi ...
GILLESPIE-Jane L. Of Vero Beach, Florida. She was predeceased by her husband David J. Gillespie and was former Associate Office Manager with Kenyon & Eckhardt Advertising, Inc. in Detroit and New York. Survived by a daughter and four grandchildren. For information Strunk Funeral Home, Vero Beach, Florida.
GILLESPIE-Gregory. Artist. My heart is full of pain for my darling daughter Peggy and my grandchild Jay. May my dear son-in-law rest in peace and find comfort wherever he may be. With all my love, Naomi
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