Obituaries Related to "Haas" from New York Times Archive
Over nearly 70 years, a Brooklyn-born entrepreneur introduced French brands to Americans and cultivated Rhone Valley vines in a West Coast winery.
After a driving career in the 1950s, Mr. Haas worked with Paul Newman to operate a racing team that won more than 100 IndyCar races.
Ms. Haas Pfister served as a member of the Women Airforce Service Pilots, or WASPs, in World War II, and her passion for flight never faded.
HAAS--George Charles, Jr., 85 George Charles Haas Jr. of Lake Worth, Florida, died Monday, June 12, 2006, in West Palm Beach, FL. He was 85 years old. George C. Haas Jr. is survived by Susan Orthwein of Stamford, CT; Judith Eshelman of Putney, VT; and Sally Colbert of Weston, CT. Services will be held at St. David's-in-the-Pines Episcopal Church in Wellington, FL on Tuesday, June 20th, at 11am.
Peter Edgar Haas Sr., who with his brother Walter engineered the explosive growth of the family business, Levi Strauss, into the world's biggest maker of brand-name jeans, died Saturday at his home in San Francisco. He was 86. His death was announced by Levi Strauss & Company, which he joined in 1945 and served as president, chairman and, finally, chairman emeritus. His chief contributions were in the company's financial and manufacturing operations and in its social and charitable activiti ...
HAAS--Peter E. The Board of Trustees, staff, docents, and volunteers of the Skirball Cultural Center, Los Angeles, express our sorrow upon the passing of a founding and pioneering member of the Board of Trustees, Peter E. Haas of San Francisco. Peter was an early champion of the vision of the Skirball Cultural Center meant to explore the connections between four thousand years of Jewish heritage and the vitality of American democratic ideals. Through his active participation, he deepened his own ...
STERN--Marion Haas. Died peacefully at home on November 7, 2005 at age 102. She was greatly loved by and dedicated to her family and friends. She was the adored daughter of the late Addie and Benjamin Haas, the beloved wife of the late David I. Stern, the cherished sister of the late Richard Haas and the devoted mother of Richard B.H. Stern and Allan D.R. Stern and their wives Susan and Beth. She was deeply loved by her five grandchildren Douglas Stern, Gary Stern, Michael Stern, Susan Calenda a ...
HAAS--Mildred (''Midge''), 77, on May 12. Devoted to sick, disadvantaged, and social justice. Leaves long time companion Cy Freed, sister Florence Seger, plus loads of wonderful memories for those she knew. Active in Hadassah, in The Brotherhood Synagogue, 28 Gramercy Park South. Memorial Service there Sun, May 22, 10AM. Contributions to Hadassah for medical equipment.
Karl Haas, popular classical music commentator whose program Adventures in Good Music was once most listened to classical music radio show in world, dies at age 91; photo (M)
HAAS--Henry. The Officers, Governors and Members of the Friars Club are deeply saddened by the passing of their esteemed member, Henry Haas. We extend our sincere condolences to his family. Freddie Roman, Dean Jean-Pierre Trebot Executive Director
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