Obituaries Related to "Hartman" from New York Times Archive
Long associated with the Yale School of criticism, Professor Hartman examined a wide range of subjects, including Wordsworth, Judaica and trauma.
Monsignor Hartman wrote a syndicated column and appeared on radio and on a cable television show as part of an interfaith duo with Rabbi Marc Gellman beginning in 1987.
Mr. Hartman, who was appointed envoy to the Soviet Union by Ronald Reagan, filled a dozen or so economic and diplomatic Foreign Service posts over four decades.
Ms. Marcus wrote many episodes of shows like “Peyton Place” as well as the soap-opera parody “Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman.”
A charismatic teacher and prolific author, he encouraged students to question tradition and urged people of different backgrounds and ideologies to pore over Jewish texts together.
Mr. Bruns was a film and TV character actor best known as the cigar-chomping dad on the 1970s soap-opera parody “Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman.”
HARTMAN--Phyllis, 77, on March 20, 2005 in Laguna Woods, CA. Beloved wife of David. Adored mother of Alison, Roger and Rick. Dearest sister-in-law of Eileen Kaplan. Grandmother of Katherine Lauricella, Jordan Hartman, and Daisy Hartman. Devoted aunt and great-aunt. Cherished friend to all who knew her. Services Sunday, 11AM, at Mount Hebron Cemetery, Flushing, N.Y. Donations in lieu of flowers to the International Myeloma Foundation, 12650 Riverside Drive, #
HARTMAN--Esther Kelly Bill. Died on September 1, 2004 in Lyme, CT. She was born on September 29, 1923, in New Rochelle, NY, the daughter of the late James Raymond and Esther Elizabeth Kelly Bill. She attended the Thorton Donovan School and Rye Country Day School. In 1945, she graduated with honors from Smith College (Northampton, MA). She met John W. Hartman in St. Augustine, FL. They were married on November 8, 1947, in New Rochelle, NY. Together they lived in St. Augustine, FL, New York City, ...
HARTMAN--Sylvia ''Sunny'', 92, of Great Neck and Fort Lauderdale, died on April 6 surrounded by her family. She is survived by her sons Steven and David; and daughters-in-law Chantal and Sharron; five grandchildren and ten great-grandchildren.
HARTMAN-Doris. February 18, 2003. Peacefully, age 89. Beloved wife of Leo and mother of Victoria and Laura. Dedicated teacher, nursery school director, songbird, pianist, linguist, wit, crossword puzzle solver. A remarkable lady. Much missed.
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