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Joseph B. Keller, Mathematician With Whimsical Curiosity, Dies at 93

2016-09-17T03:48:16+0000

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.


George M. Keller, Whose Wager Created Chevron, Is Dead at 84

2008-10-17T18:07:56+0000

As chairman of the Standard Oil Company of California in the 1980s, Mr. Keller executed what was then the largest corporate takeover ever, in a deal that formed Chevron.


Sheldon Keller, TV Comedy Writer, Dies at 85

2008-09-04T04:19:34+0000

Mr. Keller was an Emmy-winning comedy writer whose work included “Caesar’s Hour,” one of the jewels of 1950s television.


Paid Notice: Deaths KELLER, ERNEST

2006-11-07T05:00:00+0000

KELLER--Ernest of Mountainside, NJ. Husband of Sondra and the late Francis (nee Weinstein), loving father of Martin and his wife Ginny Keller, Robin Keller and her husband Mark Geliebter, cherished grandfather of Ryan, Andy, Talia and Sara. Dear brother of the late Robert Keller. Funeral services were held on Monday, November 6, 2006 at Beth Israel Cemetery, Woodbridge, NJ. For information Menorah Chapels at Millburn.


Paid Notice: Deaths KELLER, CHARLES

2006-09-17T05:00:00+0000

KELLER--Charles. 91; died August 21, 2006; BA Cornell, 1936; studied Art Students League; lithographs, building NYC subway; Art Editor, New Masses; Editorial Cartoonist, People's Daily World. ''Artists on the Left'', Yale, 2002. Twenty solo exhibitions: Johnson Museum, Ithaca, NY, 1976, Susan Teller Gallery, NYC, 2004. Loving father, joyous patriarch, gifted artist, loyal friend, political activist, is deeply missed. Survived by Marthe, Daniel, Kathryn, former wife, Judith, grandchildren Cara, A ...


Paid Notice: Deaths KELLER, BERNICE ''BEE.''

2006-01-06T05:00:00+0000

KELLER--Bernice ''Bee.'' Passed away tragically January 2, 2006. Wife of the late Bud. Artist, animal lover, tennis player, friend, and most of all, sweet, loving mother. I will miss you and love you forever. Your son, Jeffrey


Paid Notice: Deaths KELLER, BERNICE ''BEE.''

2006-01-05T05:00:00+0000

KELLER--Bernice ''Bee.'' Passed away tragically January 2, 2006. Wife of the late Bud. Artist, animal lover, tennis player, friend, and most of all, sweet, loving mother. I will miss you and love you forever. Your son, Jeffrey


Paid Notice: Deaths KELLER, DEANE G.

2005-01-13T05:00:00+0000

KELLER--Deane G. The Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts is saddened by the death of Deane G. Keller, faculty member for 25 years, revered as a master draftsman, teacher, author and lecturer. A memorial service will be held Wednesday, February 2nd at 5PM at the First Congregational Church, Old Lyme, CT. Astrid S. Horan, Chairman, Board of Trustees Frederick S. Osborne, President and CEO


Paid Notice: Deaths KELLER, DEANE G.

2005-01-09T05:00:00+0000

KELLER--Deane G. (64), of Marlborough, CT died suddenly on January 4, 2005. He was the son of Deane and Katherine Hall Keller. He earned a B.A. from Yale University, his M.A. from St. Joseph College in West Hartford, CT and studied in Florence, Italy. Deane was a professor at the Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts in Old Lyme, CT for 25 years. He was awarded the Charlotte Colby Danly Jackson Endowment for the Deane G. Keller Chair in Classical Drawing and Figurative Art at Lyme Academy College. D ...


Joseph B. Keller, Mathematician With Whimsical Curiosity, Dies at 93

2016-09-17T03:48:16+0000

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.



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