Obituaries Related to "Keith" from New York Times Archive
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Keith Baird, Linguist Who Fought the Use of ‘Negro,’ Dies at 94
Mr. Baird, a native of Barbados who became a teacher and administrator in New York City schools and at various colleges, argued for the term Afro-American.
Keith Jackson, Voice of College Football, Dies at 89
Mr. Jackson was synonymous with Saturday college football for millions of fans through five decades.
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HUTCHINSON--Keith Wayne. Of NYC. Retired school psychologist, Yonkers public school system. Received his Ph.D. Yeshiva University 1978. Memorial service Greenwich Village Funeral Home, 199 Bleecker Street, Saturday, May 8, 2004, 11:00AM-12:30PM.
Keith Hufnagel, Pro Skateboarder and Entrepreneur, Dies at 46
He soared over treacherous streets on his board before opening a streetwear store that grew into the popular brand Huf.
Keith Sonnier, Playful Sculptor in Neon, Dies at 78
He tweaked the solemnity of Post-Minimalism with a sense of poetry and fun, using functional everyday materials.
Keith Olsen, Rock Hitmaker With a Broad Résumé, Dies at 74
He worked on albums by the Grateful Dead, Santana, Pat Benatar and Whitesnake. He also brought Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham to Fleetwood Mac.
Keith Lincoln, San Diego Chargers Star in the A.F.L., Dies at 80
In a stunning performance, Lincoln accounted for 349 yards as a runner, receiver and passer in the team’s only championship victory in its history.
Keith Botsford, Man of Letters and Saul Bellow Associate, Dies at 90
He was an uncontainable writer (novelist, essayist, biographer and more), started magazines with Bellow and died almost a year ago, to little public notice.
Damon Keith, Federal Judge Who Championed Civil Rights, Dies at 96
As a judge, he attacked racial segregation in education, housing and employment, and efforts to limit African-American voting.
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Robin Wagner, Visionary Set Designer of Broadway Hits, Dies at 89
A triple Tony winner, he left a mark in more than 50 productions, including “Hair,” “A Chorus Line,” “On the Twentieth Century” and “The Producers.”
Juan Carlos Formell, Buoyant Heir of Cuban Musical Legacy, Dies at 59
The son of Juan Formell, a giant of Cuban music, he found his own voice as a singer-songwriter. He died during a performance in New York.
George Maharis, TV Heartthrob of ‘Route 66,’ Is Dead at 94
He appeared in Off Broadway roles before starring on CBS as one of two young men who find adventure crossing the country in a Corvette convertible.
Ingrid Haebler, Pianist Known for Her Mastery of Mozart, Is Dead
In concerts and on dozens of recordings, she applied a delicate touch that critics said set her apart from other performers.
Mary Turner Pattiz, Rock D.J. During FM’s Heyday, Dies at 76
She was known as “the Burner” for her seductive delivery, but off the air she was anything but a wild rock ’n’ roller. She later became an addiction counselor.
Ed Ames, Singing Star Who Became a Familiar Face on TV, Dies at 95
After more than a decade of hit records with his brothers, he found success as a solo performer and a star of the series “Daniel Boone.”
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