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Paid Notice: Deaths LEACH, ROBERT HENSLEY

2000-12-27T05:00:00+0000

LEACH-Robert Hensley. Robert Hensley Leach, creator of American Express' ''Do You Know Me,'' ad campaign in the 1970's and later a professional landscaper in Litchfield County, CT, died at his home in Litchfield aged 67 after a battle with emphysema. Leach started his advertising career at Norman, Craig, Kummel where he was sent to London, becoming the firm's youngest director in 1963 launching Hertz International in fourteen European Countries. Along with advertising legends Kitty D'Allesio, So ...


MAJ. W.N. HENSLEY DIES ON A TRAIN; Former Commanding Officer at Mitchel Field Flew to Europe on R-34. WAS EN ROUTE TO HOSPITAL Had Served as Assistant Military Attache in London and the Netherlands.

1929-03-23T05:00:00+0000

WASHINGTON, March 22.--Major William N. Hensley, the first American Air Corps officer to make a non-stop flight by air from the United States to Europe, and a former Commandant of Mitchel Field, New York, died yesterday on a train while en route from Walter Reed Hospital to the Mayo Hospital at Rochester, Minn.


Paid Notice: Deaths LEACH, ROBERT HENSLEY

2000-12-27T05:00:00+0000

LEACH-Robert Hensley. Robert Hensley Leach, creator of American Express' ''Do You Know Me,'' ad campaign in the 1970's and later a professional landscaper in Litchfield County, CT, died at his home in Litchfield aged 67 after a battle with emphysema. Leach started his advertising career at Norman, Craig, Kummel where he was sent to London, becoming the firm's youngest director in 1963 launching Hertz International in fourteen European Countries. Along with advertising legends Kitty D'Allesio, So ...


MAJ. W.N. HENSLEY DIES ON A TRAIN; Former Commanding Officer at Mitchel Field Flew to Europe on R-34. WAS EN ROUTE TO HOSPITAL Had Served as Assistant Military Attache in London and the Netherlands.

1929-03-23T05:00:00+0000

WASHINGTON, March 22.--Major William N. Hensley, the first American Air Corps officer to make a non-stop flight by air from the United States to Europe, and a former Commandant of Mitchel Field, New York, died yesterday on a train while en route from Walter Reed Hospital to the Mayo Hospital at Rochester, Minn.


Paid Notice: Deaths LEACH, ROBERT HENSLEY

2000-12-27T05:00:00+0000

LEACH-Robert Hensley. Robert Hensley Leach, creator of American Express' ''Do You Know Me,'' ad campaign in the 1970's and later a professional landscaper in Litchfield County, CT, died at his home in Litchfield aged 67 after a battle with emphysema. Leach started his advertising career at Norman, Craig, Kummel where he was sent to London, becoming the firm's youngest director in 1963 launching Hertz International in fourteen European Countries. Along with advertising legends Kitty D'Allesio, So ...


Paid Notice: Deaths LEACH, ROBERT HENSLEY

2000-12-27T05:00:00+0000

LEACH-Robert Hensley. Robert Hensley Leach, creator of American Express' ''Do You Know Me,'' ad campaign in the 1970's and later a professional landscaper in Litchfield County, CT, died at his home in Litchfield aged 67 after a battle with emphysema. Leach started his advertising career at Norman, Craig, Kummel where he was sent to London, becoming the firm's youngest director in 1963 launching Hertz International in fourteen European Countries. Along with advertising legends Kitty D'Allesio, So ...


MAJ. W.N. HENSLEY DIES ON A TRAIN; Former Commanding Officer at Mitchel Field Flew to Europe on R-34. WAS EN ROUTE TO HOSPITAL Had Served as Assistant Military Attache in London and the Netherlands.

1929-03-23T05:00:00+0000

WASHINGTON, March 22.--Major William N. Hensley, the first American Air Corps officer to make a non-stop flight by air from the United States to Europe, and a former Commandant of Mitchel Field, New York, died yesterday on a train while en route from Walter Reed Hospital to the Mayo Hospital at Rochester, Minn.


Paid Notice: Deaths LEACH, ROBERT HENSLEY

2000-12-27T05:00:00+0000

LEACH-Robert Hensley. Robert Hensley Leach, creator of American Express' ''Do You Know Me,'' ad campaign in the 1970's and later a professional landscaper in Litchfield County, CT, died at his home in Litchfield aged 67 after a battle with emphysema. Leach started his advertising career at Norman, Craig, Kummel where he was sent to London, becoming the firm's youngest director in 1963 launching Hertz International in fourteen European Countries. Along with advertising legends Kitty D'Allesio, So ...


MAJ. W.N. HENSLEY DIES ON A TRAIN; Former Commanding Officer at Mitchel Field Flew to Europe on R-34. WAS EN ROUTE TO HOSPITAL Had Served as Assistant Military Attache in London and the Netherlands.

1929-03-23T05:00:00+0000

WASHINGTON, March 22.--Major William N. Hensley, the first American Air Corps officer to make a non-stop flight by air from the United States to Europe, and a former Commandant of Mitchel Field, New York, died yesterday on a train while en route from Walter Reed Hospital to the Mayo Hospital at Rochester, Minn.


Paid Notice: Deaths LEACH, ROBERT HENSLEY

2000-12-27T05:00:00+0000

LEACH-Robert Hensley. Robert Hensley Leach, creator of American Express' ''Do You Know Me,'' ad campaign in the 1970's and later a professional landscaper in Litchfield County, CT, died at his home in Litchfield aged 67 after a battle with emphysema. Leach started his advertising career at Norman, Craig, Kummel where he was sent to London, becoming the firm's youngest director in 1963 launching Hertz International in fourteen European Countries. Along with advertising legends Kitty D'Allesio, So ...



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