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Mr. Farrell was widely credited with expanding the use of opinion-tracking strategies for all the major studios in Hollywood, thus helping to transform how the industry thought about audiences.
FROST--Joseph. Beloved husband of Muriel. Devoted father of Melanie & Candice. Loving brother of Lily Mandel and Dr. Philip Frost and a loving friend to all.
FROST--Joseph. Congregation Sons of Israel, Woodmere, records with sorrow the passing of its member and extends condolences to the bereaved family. Bruce Ginsburg, Rabbi Dr. Saul I. Teplitz Rabbi Emeritus Harry S. Katz, President
HAYES--Joseph M. Jr. Born September 4, 1949, died October 12, 2006. Beloved son of the late Joseph M. Hayes Sr. and Mrs. Pauline Hayes, of Kent, CT. Mr. Hayes resided in NYC for the last 29 years and worked for the Metropolitan Opera House as Marketing Director. He had a lifelong interest in theatre arts beginning with his employment at the Stratford Shakespeare Theatre during summers early in his career. He was educated at St. Ambrose School and Fairfield Prepatory School in Connecticut, and at ...
The Stanford professor delved into practical and often playful enigmas, developing equations to explain, for instance, why a jogger’s ponytail swings from side to side.
MADDEN--William Joseph, 62, on May 19. Attorney, college coach and All American Yale basketball player. Memorial services St. Ignatius, 980 Park Ave, 3pm, June 4. >>AD#
Working with Edward R. Murrow, Mr. Wershba interviewed Lt. Milo Radulovich, whose dismissal from the Air Force became a symbol of the anti-Communism of the 1950s.
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MORAN--Joseph J. The Society of the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick in the City of New York records with profound sorrow the death of Joseph J. Moran, a Life Member of the Society, and extends sincere sympathy to his family. Robert J. Reilly, President Henry F. White, Jr., Historian
MORAN--Joseph J. On August 29, 2004. Beloved husband of the late Catherine L. Moran. Devoted uncle of Rev. James J. Mayzik, S.J. , Barbara Prentice and Mary Brennan. Friends may call at The Abbey, 1076 Madison Ave., at 81 St. on Tuesday 2-5 and 7-9 PM. Mass of the Resurrection, St. Jean Baptiste, 76th St., & Lexington Ave. on Wednesday 10 AM. Interment Gate of Heaven Cemetery.
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