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Obituaries Related to "Hernandez" from New York Times Archive


Notable Deaths 2017: Aileen Hernandez

2018-06-06T19:02:19+0000


Aaron Hernandez Had Severe C.T.E. When He Died at Age 27

2017-09-21T20:00:59+0000

Researchers called it “the most severe case they had ever seen in someone of Aaron’s age.”


Aileen Hernandez, 90, Ex-NOW President and Feminist Trailblazer, Dies

2017-03-01T02:07:47+0000

Ms. Hernandez was one of the first African-American women to battle sex discrimination from inside the government and in the top ranks of the feminist movement.


Rodolfo Hernandez, 82, Dies; Awarded Medal of Honor

2013-12-24T22:58:46+0000

Mr. Hernandez received the award for charging at the enemy in a daring assault while wounded and armed with an inoperable rifle and a bayonet when he was an Army corporal during the Korean War.


Genaro Hernandez, Twice a World Champion, Dies at 45

2011-06-09T00:24:20+0000

Mr. Hernandez, a boxer known as Chicanito, the Little Mexican, was twice the world super featherweight champion.


Notable Deaths 2017: Aileen Hernandez

2018-06-06T19:02:19+0000


Aaron Hernandez Had Severe C.T.E. When He Died at Age 27

2017-09-21T20:00:59+0000

Researchers called it “the most severe case they had ever seen in someone of Aaron’s age.”


Aileen Hernandez, 90, Ex-NOW President and Feminist Trailblazer, Dies

2017-03-01T02:07:47+0000

Ms. Hernandez was one of the first African-American women to battle sex discrimination from inside the government and in the top ranks of the feminist movement.


Rodolfo Hernandez, 82, Dies; Awarded Medal of Honor

2013-12-24T22:58:46+0000

Mr. Hernandez received the award for charging at the enemy in a daring assault while wounded and armed with an inoperable rifle and a bayonet when he was an Army corporal during the Korean War.


Genaro Hernandez, Twice a World Champion, Dies at 45

2011-06-09T00:24:20+0000

Mr. Hernandez, a boxer known as Chicanito, the Little Mexican, was twice the world super featherweight champion.



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