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Jacob Jensen, Designer in Danish Modern Style, Dies at 89


A longtime designer for Bang & Olufsen, Mr. Jensen created sleek, modern objects for the home. The Museum of Modern Art devoted an entire exhibition to his work in 1978.

Rita Henley Jensen, Founder of Women’s eNews, Dies at 70


Ms. Jensen, who furthered the journalism careers of numerous women, overcame a lot, including a brush with a notorious robbery.

Jacob Jensen, Designer in Danish Modern Style, Dies at 89


A longtime designer for Bang & Olufsen, Mr. Jensen created sleek, modern objects for the home. The Museum of Modern Art devoted an entire exhibition to his work in 1978.

Elwood V. Jensen, Pioneer in Breast Cancer Treatment, Dies at 92


Dr. Jensen’s studies of steroid hormones led to new treatments for breast cancer that have been credited with saving or extending hundreds of thousands of lives.

Arthur R. Jensen Dies at 89; Set Off Debate About I.Q.


Mr. Jensen was an educational psychologist whose 1969 article suggested that the gap in intelligence-test scores between black and white students might be rooted in genetic differences.

Paid Notice: Deaths JENSEN, EJNER


JENSEN--Ejner, 94. Passed away on March 23, 2006 at Cabrini Medical Center in NYC. He was born on October 17, 1911 in Denmark and was one of eleven children born to Niels and Marie Koellgard Jensen. Ejner emigrated to the U.S. when he was 18, and served in the U.S. Army during WW II. He was best known in his community for his home-made cigar box violins, which he would play in Central Park near his home, to the delight of children and photographers. Mr. Jensen is survived by his sister Rachel Je ...

Paid Notice: Deaths JENSEN, MARIE J.


JENSEN--Marie J. Longtime resident of Oceanside, New York and Jaffrey, NH, on July 31, 2005 after a brief illness. Devoted daughter of Roy. Loving cousin of John and Patricia Kurpetski. She leaves behind Dr. Virginia Maurer, Kimberly and Tammy Corcoran, Ina Fletcher, and many other dear friends. Reposing at the Fullerton Funeral Home, 769 Merrick Rd., Baldwin. Mass of Christian burial at St. Christopher's Church, Thursday, 9:45 AM. Interment at St. Charles Cemetery. Visiting on Tuesday 7-9PM and ...

Oliver Jensen, 91, Magazine Founder, Dies


Oliver Jensen, a founder and former editor of American Heritage magazine, died early yesterday morning in Chester, Conn. He was 91 and had lived in Old Saybrook, Conn., for many years. Mr. Jensen died in his sleep at an assisted-living facility, his stepdaughter, Penelope Hargrove, said.

Paid Notice: Deaths JENSEN, DONALD F.


JENSEN--Donald F., age 72, scenic designer, died Saturday, January 10, 2004 in NYC. Don was born in Emporia, KS. He is survived by his sister, Rita, of Cottonwood Falls, KS, and many loving relatives and friends. A Memorial Mass will be held January 24, 2004 at the Church of the Blessed Sacrament in NYC.

Paid Notice: Deaths JENSEN, EVAMAE


JENSEN-Evamae. Loving wife of Charles. Dear sister of Beth and Bill. Devoted mother of Karen (Petermount), Linda and James (Karen), cherished grandmother of Eric, Amy, Ross and Tyler. Memorial service May 5, 1 PM, Christ Church, 1355 Northern Blvd, Manhasset.

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