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Obituaries Related to "Ho" from New York Times Archive


Cho Yang-ho, 70, Dies; Expanded Korean Air Amid Scandals

2019-04-08T23:03:37+0000

Recently stripped of a board seat in his family’s empire, Mr. Cho had been caught up in corruption investigations and a daughter’s “nut rage” incident.


Amid ‘Gung-Ho Mentality,’ Stunt Deaths Renew a Debate Over Safety

2017-08-29T20:14:43+0000

Recent deaths of stunt workers have highlighted the risks in the industry, and demonstrated a divide over how to deal with them.


Fred Ho, Composer and Musician in ‘Popular Avant-Gard,’ Dies at 56

2014-04-13T03:15:50+0000

Mr. Ho, who considered himself a “popular avant-gardist,” mixed jazz with popular and traditional elements of what he called Afro-Asian culture.


Don Ho, 76, Entertainer Who Defined the Hawaiian Image, Is Dead

2007-04-16T04:00:00+0000

Do Ho was a durable spokesman for the image of Hawaii as a tourist playground.


Obituary: Don Ho, 76, popularizer of Hawaiian music

2007-04-15T05:00:00+0000

Don Ho, an entertainer who defined popular perceptions of Hawaiian music in the 1960s and held fast to that image as a peerless Waikiki nightclub attraction, died Saturday in Honolulu. He was 76.


Obituary: Don Ho, 76, popularizer of Hawaiian music

2007-04-15T05:00:00+0000

Don Ho, an entertainer who defined popular perceptions of Hawaiian music in the 1960s and held fast to that image as a peerless Waikiki nightclub attraction, died Saturday in Honolulu. He was 76.


Don Ho, Hawaiian Musician, Dies at 76

2007-04-15T04:00:00+0000

Mr. Ho defined popular perceptions of Hawaiian music in the 1960s and was a durable spokesman for the image of Hawaii as a tourist playground.


Stanley Ho, Who Turned Macau Into a Global Gambling Hub, Dies at 98

2020-05-26T06:33:11+0000

Mr. Ho led the tiny Chinese territory’s transformation into the world’s most lucrative gambling destination.


Cho Yang-ho, 70, Dies; Expanded Korean Air Amid Scandals

2019-04-08T23:03:37+0000

Recently stripped of a board seat in his family’s empire, Mr. Cho had been caught up in corruption investigations and a daughter’s “nut rage” incident.


Stanley Ho, Who Turned Macau Into a Global Gambling Hub, Dies at 98

2020-05-26T06:33:11+0000

Mr. Ho led the tiny Chinese territory’s transformation into the world’s most lucrative gambling destination.



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A utility player for the powerhouse Yankees of the 1960s, he later became the first Black manager at minor league baseball’s highest level.



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