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HURST-Michael. The trustees, faculty, staff and students of The Culinary Institute of America mourn the death of Michael Hurst, member of the Board of Trustees since 1994. Owner of 15th St. Fisheries in Fort Lauderdale, FL, Mr. Hurst has been a supporter of the CIA and culinary education for many years. Our deepest sympathies are extended to his family, friends, and colleagues.
HURST-Milton Albert. On May 20, 2000, 81 years old. Son of the late Clarence and Sadye Jonas, husband of Ruth, father of Marc and Molly, and Mitchell, grandfather of Adam and Jonah, brother of Mildred Siegel. A Veteran of WW II, bearer of the Purple Heart. Longtime resident of Woodmere, Long Island, and recently of Goshen, New York. He fought hard in Europe and was wounded twice. He fought hard now and went at last to his rest. We will miss him. Funeral Monday at Hellman Memorial Chapel in Sprin ...
HURST-Dr. Kenneth. The Officers, Board of Governors, Members and Staff of The Muttontown Club deeply mourn the passing of our beloved member, Dr. Kenneth Hurst. We offer our most heartfelt sympathy to his wife, Marion, his daughters, Melissa and Lainie, and son, Benjamin. Joel M. Simon, President The Muttontown Club
Virginia Radcliffe Hurst, known under her maiden name as a writer on the islands of the Caribbean and on Fire Island, died of cancer Friday in her home in Davis park, Fire Island. She was 62 years old.
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Fannie Hurst, Popular Author Of Romantic Stories, Dies at 78; Fannie Hurst, Author of Popular Romances, Dead
PETRIE-Helen Hurst. Long time resident of Summit, New Jersey, died after a short illness, December 4, 2002 in Kingston - on - Thames, En gland while visiting her family. The wife of the late James A. Petrie Jr., formerly of Montclair and Summit, beloved mother of James and Bruce, grandmother of Samantha, George and Charles, she is survived by her sister Claire Hurst Smith, of Miami, Florida as well as eight nieces and nephews. A memorial service will be announced. Donations in her memory may be ...
HURST--Ruth Gruber. Died peacefully November 16, 2003. Born in Queens April 15, 1923 to Max Mechel Gruber & Molly Masha Lustig Gruber. Beloved wife of the late Milton, cherished sister of the late Leo, Sam & Marty Gruber. Survived by her devoted son, Marc & daughter-in-law Molly Karp, her loving grandsons, Adam & Jonah, and her devoted son, Mitchell. Her children, grandchildren, nieces and nephews will miss her indomitable spirit and unique character as the family matriarch. Her firm guidance in ...
Dr. Hurst was an expert in his field and the principal editor of one of the most widely used medical textbooks.
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