Obituaries Related to "Jarvis" from New York Times Archive
She wrote some of the most influential papers in contemporary American philosophy and prompted debates about urgent moral concerns in everyday life.
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Mr. Jarvis played a synthesizer alongside dance music DJs in New York in the early 1980s, building a sound that anticipated house music.
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Ms. Jarvis brought a jazz sensibility to unlikely places as an organist for the New York Mets and a programmer for Muzak.
PAGE--Frank Jarvis, 88, died peacefully on December 30, 2004, in his home in Quail Ridge Country Club, Boynton Beach, FL. Known as Jarvis, he was born in Maplewood, N.J., September 3, 1916, one of four sons of Leslie M. and Margaret Owen Page. Jarvis was a member of one of the first graduating classes of Columbia High School and attended the University of Virginia. After Pearl Harbor, he enlisted in the Army Air Corps, becoming an instructor pilot for P-47 Thunderbolt aircraft, and specialized i ...
STEIGBIGEL--Ellen Francis Jarvis, 67, of New York, NY on April 13, 2004. Loving mother of Matthew and Amy and grandmother of Nathaniel. Beloved wife and best friend of Neal. Fierce Democrat, avid theater goer, voracious reader, clever wit. She will be dearly missed. Service Thursday, April 15, 10AM at ''The Riverside'', 76 St. and Amsterdam Ave. STEIGBIGEL--Ellen. Temple Shaaray Tefila records with profound sorrow the death of our beloved member. Heartfelt condolences are extended to her child ...
STEIGBIGEL--Ellen Francis Jarvis, 67, of New York, NY on April 13, 2004. Loving mother of Matthew and Amy and grandmother of Nathaniel. Beloved wife and best friend of Neal. Fierce Democrat, avid theater goer, voracious reader, clever wit. She will be dearly missed. Service Thursday, April 15, 10AM at ''The Riverside'', 76 St. and Amsterdam Ave.
JARVIS-Paul J., Captain. Born 1917, in Arkansas. Died March 16, 2002. Orphan who became decorated World War II Merchant Marine Captain. President of Turner Trade School, Aero Filter, Kingsview Homes; lifelong FDR Democrat. Survived by wife Alice, children Mickey, Patricia, Kathy, grandson, Paul Michael. Contributions to Sisters of Mercy: Cherish Life Circle, 72-25 68th St, Glendale, NY, 11385. Northwood Funeral Home, West Palm Beach, Florida.
JARVIS-Jacqueline McKinnon. At Lenox Hill Hospital on June 21, 2001. Beloved daughter of the late John and Jessie (Jaye) Jarvis Donnelly of Miller Place, and cherished sister of James Donnelly of Saratoga, Maureen Sideris of Manhattan, and Marion Latham of Hartsdale and their families. She will be deeply missed by her dearest friends Arlene Witt and Dolly Moon, as well as friends and family both here and in Scotland and England. A memorial service to be held in Brooklyn and private burial servic ...
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