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Ms. Blair was an Academy Award-nominated actress also known for her memoir describing her marriage to Gene Kelly and her experience with the Hollywood blacklist.
GREER-James Kelly, 52. Of Hollywood, FL, died June 25, 2000 at home. Born November 9, 1947 in Munich, Germany. A talented piano technician, Jim had a stellar reputation in the music community of Florida and in New York, where he spent many years learning his craft. He loved classical music, especially the words of Mahler and Bruckner. Jim's zest for life was unforgettable, as was his passion for the ideas and people he believed in. He will be sorely missed. Left behind who mourn are his three si ...
HARTMAN--Esther Kelly Bill. Died on September 1, 2004 in Lyme, CT. She was born on September 29, 1923, in New Rochelle, NY, the daughter of the late James Raymond and Esther Elizabeth Kelly Bill. She attended the Thorton Donovan School and Rye Country Day School. In 1945, she graduated with honors from Smith College (Northampton, MA). She met John W. Hartman in St. Augustine, FL. They were married on November 8, 1947, in New Rochelle, NY. Together they lived in St. Augustine, FL, New York City, ...
Ms. Preston, who was married to John Travolta, was known for her role in “Jerry Maguire” as the hardhearted fiancée of the Tom Cruise character.
He may have been the first New York City nurse to be claimed by the virus. His death has been a rallying cry.
She was one of the first black women to make the transition, propelled by the musical “Sweet Charity.” She also broke ground playing a black lesbian on TV.
Mr. Kelly, a Democrat running for Senate, is married to Gabrielle Giffords, the former congresswoman who survived a gunshot to the head in a 2011 attack.
A fierce but seldom penalized Hall of Famer, he helped capture eight N.H.L. titles — four with the Red Wings and four with the Maple Leafs.
The White House chief of staff, a retired Marine general who lost his own son in battle, delivered an emotional statement.
The White House chief of staff, John F. Kelly, defended President Trump’s call to the widow of a slain soldier and described the trauma of learning about his own son’s death in Afghanistan during a news briefing on Thursday.
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