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Mr. Hatfield, a senator from Oregon for 30 years, challenged his party on war, a balanced-budget amendment and nuclear weapons.
HATFIELD--Robert S. Died peacefully at home in Greenwich, CT. Sunday March 14, 2004. We are all deeply saddened. An icon in business, but first he was a husband and father always there when we needed him. He gave tirelessly to make this world a better place. The words that he lived by and passed on through so many: ''Where ever you are standing in life, when you turn to leave that spot make sure you leave it better then when you found with a simple word or deed.'' This way of life was evidenced ...
HATFIELD--Robert S. Cornell University mourns the loss of a devoted alumnus and trustee, Robert S. Hatfield, whose leadership, business acumen, and loyalty to the University were extraordinary. A member of the Class of 1937 and a much admired executive with a legendary commitment to public service, he strengthened bonds between Cornell and the corporate world while serving as chairman of the board and chief operating officer of Continental Group, Inc. In 1974 he was elected to the Cornell Board ...
HATFIELD--Robert S. The Boards, Faculty and Staff of NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital and Weill Cornell Medical College mourn the passing of our dear friend and esteemed Hospital Trustee Robert S. Hatfield. A business leader and a man of great personal warmth, Mr. Hatfield served as President of the Board of Governors of The Society of The New York Hospital from 1981 to 1987. He retired in 1987, but remained a member of the Board of Trustees of the merged entity, NewYork - Presbyterian Hospital, un ...
Bobby Hatfield, whose wholesomely passionate tenor carried upper harmonies of pop-soul duo Righteous Brothers, dies at age 63; photo (M)
HATFIELD--John D. of Wallingford, CT. 59, Executive Vice President and Provost, University of New Haven in West Haven, CT, died July 30. Online Registry at www.mcculloughfh.com >>AD#
CHAPPELL-Lydia Hatfield. Lydia Hatfield Chappell, widow of the artist, illustrator, book designer and author Warren Chappell, died June 25, 2001, at her home in Charlottesville, Virginia. She was 93. The Chappells lived in New York City and Norwalk, Connecticut for many years before moving to Charlottesville in 1978, where Warren Chappell was an Artist-in-Residence at the University of Virginia. Mrs. Chappell is survived by her brother, Weston P. Hatfield of Winston-Salem, North Carolina and Was ...
MERCHANT-Colonel (Ret.) Marvin Hatfield. Died Saturday, March 6, 1999, at the University of Virginia Medical Center. Born September 29, 1916, at Ft. Riley, KS, he was the son of the late Colonel (Ret.) Berkeley Thorne Merchant and Helen Hatfield Merchant. He was predeceased by his wife Clelia Calhoun Merchant. Colonel Merchant was a 1940 graduate of the United States Military Academy, West Point. During his 28 years of active service, Colonel Merchant served with distinction in World War II and ...
HATFIELD-Hurd. The faculty, Board of Trustees, and administration of Bard College mourn the passing of actor and alumnus William Rukard Hurd Hatfield. His acting entertained generations; he is most strongly identified with his portrayal of the title character in the Oscar-winning movie ''The Picture of Dorian Grey.'' We extend heartfelt condolences to his family and friends. David E. Schwab II, Chairman Leon Botstein, President
ARMSTRONG-Clarence Hatfield. Of the Bronx, NY on August 27th. Adopted son of Louis ''Satchmo'' Armstrong and husband of the late Evelyn Allen Armstrong. Visiting 3-4 PM and services at 4 PM Thursday, September 10, at McCall's Bronxwood Funeral Home, 4035 Bronxwood Avenue, Bronx.
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