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Florence Howe, ‘Mother of Women’s Studies,’ Dies at 91

2020-09-13T17:53:50+0000

In 1970, she helped found the Feminist Press. It was hailed for making available “a legacy of writings by and about women.”


Notable Deaths 2016: Gordie Howe

2018-06-06T18:29:32+0000


Lou Fontinato, N.H.L. Enforcer Who Battled Gordie Howe, Dies at 84

2016-07-06T17:17:29+0000

Fontinato had 1,247 penalty minutes in a nine-year career with the Rangers and the Canadiens, and his hockey fight with Gordie Howe in 1959 was memorialized by Life magazine.


Gordie Howe, Mr. Hockey for the Red Wings, Dies at 88

2016-06-10T14:50:59+0000

Mr. Howe, who only fully retired from his playing career at age 52, was regarded as one of the sport’s best all-around players.


Geoffrey Howe, Cabinet Minister Who Hastened Thatcher’s Fall, Dies at 88

2015-10-10T18:46:46+0000

A Conservative British cabinet member who advanced Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher’s economic policies, Mr. Howe resigned and hastened her downfall in 1990.


Paid Notice: Deaths HOWE, DR. GEOFFREY

2006-09-04T05:00:00+0000

HOWE--Dr. Geoffrey. Professor, Columbia University, died August 31, 2006. Funeral Wednesday, September 6, at noon, at Corpus Christi Church, 529 W. 121 St. In lieu of flowers donations to the Juvenille Diabetes Research Foundation would be appreciated by the family.


Paid Notice: Deaths HOWE, GEOFFREY R.

2006-09-03T05:00:00+0000

HOWE--Geoffrey R.The faculty, staff, students and alumni of the Mailman School of Public Health of Columbia University mourn the passing of Professor Geoffrey R. Howe, PhD distinguished leader in the field of epidemiology, on August 31st. Former Chair and Gelman Professor, Department of Epidemiology, he was internationally renowned in the areas of cancer and the environment, and nutrition. Despite the challenge of his blindness, he was one of the world's foremost radiation epidemiologists, whose ...


Paid Notice: Deaths HOWE, GEOFFREY R.

2006-09-02T05:00:00+0000

HOWE--Geoffrey R.The faculty, staff, students and alumni of the Mailman School of Public Health of Columbia University mourn the passing of Professor Geoffrey R. Howe, PhD distinguished leader in the field of epidemiology, on August 31st. Former Chair and Gelman Professor, Department of Epidemiology, he was internationally renowned in the areas of cancer and the environment, and nutrition. Despite the challenge of his blindness, he was one of the world's foremost radiation epidemiologists, whose ...


Paid Notice: Deaths TURNBULL, ELIZABETH HOWE

2004-11-07T05:00:00+0000

TURNBULL -- Elizabeth Howe, 92, of Teviot Farms in Far Hills, died on Tuesday, November 2nd, 2004 at her home. She was born in Nashville, TN on December 22nd, 1911, a daughter of the late Harry and Elizabeth Thomas Howe. She had been a resident of Far Hills for the past 70 years. She was a graduate of Wellesley College in Wellesley, MA receiving a bachelor's degree in Art History in 1933. Mrs. Turnbull co-owned and operated an interior design business in Far Hills for many years. She was a membe ...


Paid Notice: Deaths ARMOUR, CYNTHIA BROOKS HOWE

2004-07-06T05:00:00+0000

ARMOUR--Cynthia Brooks Howe, beloved wife of the late Norman Armour, Jr. devoted mother of Abby Deering Paine Taylor, of New York, NY, Alix Ellis Paine, of Stamford, CT, and Courtney Koudacheff Armour Regan, of Charleston, SC. Loving grandmother of Nathanial Augustus Taylor, Peter Lane Taylor, Chloe Brooks Seymore, Elizabeth Ellis Taylor, Chauncey Brooks Regan, and Winston Deering Regan, & loving great-grandmother of Whitney Deering Taylor. Funeral service on Wednesday, July 7 at 2PM at St. Jame ...



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