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A great-great grandson of John D. Rockefeller, he steered one of his family’s philanthropies to a feisty stance on the oil giant’s role in climate change.
A former diplomat there, he and his wife started an initiative that nurtured 10,000 black medical professionals in a system that heavily favored whites.
“Kenny was big, boisterous, tough and arrogant. He walked with a strut. And he took nothing from nobody — never.”
Edgar F. Kaiser Jr. was a Canadian industrialist who as owner of the Denver Broncos brought the Hall of Fame quarterback John Elway to the team.
Philip M. Kaiser served as a diplomat or political appointee under every Democratic president from Harry S. Truman to Jimmy Carter.
KAISER--Estelle. On August 25, 2004. Beloved wife of the late Larry and the late Manny. Cherished mother of Alice Stark, Allen Schwartz, Marjorie Kleiger, Daniel Kaiser and Linda Sousi. Devoted grandmother of seven; greatgrandmother of four. Services Sunday, 12 noon, at Congregation B'nai Yisrael, 2 Banksville Rd, Armonk, NY.
KAISER--Jack. The YM/ WREA mourns the passing of our friend and former Chairman. Our sincere condolences to his wife, two daughters and entire family. Gregg Schenker, Chairman
KAISER--Martin. We mourn the passing of our member and send heartfelt sympathy to his family. Temple Sinai of Long Island Paula Winnig, Rabbi Beth Santopolo, President
MELNIKOFF-Jean Kaiser. Wife of the late Arthur Melnikoff. Services to be held today, 2 PM at Temple Beth Shalom, Sarasota, Florida. Graveside services are on Thursday, January 2nd, 1PM at Baron Hirsch Cemetery, Staten Island, NY. Service conducted by Menorah Chapels Inc., Staten Island.
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As frontman for the Pogues, he romanticized whiskey-soaked rambles and hard-luck stories of emigration, while providing a musical touchstone for members of the Irish diaspora.
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