Obituaries Related to "Kirby" from New York Times Archive
Mr. Kirby transformed the Alleghany Corporation, initially a railroad holding company, into a title insurance leader.
Dr. Kirby was a historian who decried stereotypes of the American South and traced the ways its people and landscapes have shaped one another.
Kirby Puckett, Hall of Fame outfielder who appeared in 10 consecutive All-Star Games and led Minnesota Twins to World Series titles in 1987 and 1991, dies at age 45; photos (M)
Kirby Puckett, the Hall of Fame outfielder for the Minnesota Twins, acclaimed for his sunny persona and his passion for baseball, died Monday at a hospital in Phoenix, Arizona. He was 45.
Kirby Puckett, the Hall of Fame outfielder for the Minnesota Twins, acclaimed for his sunny personality and his passion for baseball, died yesterday at a hospital in Phoenix. He was 45.
WALLER--Wilhelmine Stewart Kirby. The Officers and Directors of The Garden Club of America express deep sorrow on the death of their former President, Wilhelmine Kirby Waller, and extend deepest sympathy to her family and friends. She served the Garden Club with great distinction and extraordinary ability as its 17th president (1965 to 1968) and in many other capacities that began with her membership in the Bedford Garden Club. Her most memorable contributions were in the area of environmental l ...
WALLER--Wilhelmine Stewart Kirby, wife of the late Thomas Mercer Waller, in her 90th year, at Tanrackin Farm, Bedford Hills, NY. Memorial service on Thursday, April 15, at 11 AM, at St. Matthew's Church, Bedford, NY. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Bedford Historical Society or the Garden Club of America Scholarship Fund.
KIRBY--William J., 78, November 22, Forest Hills, NY. Retired partner Sullivan & Cromwell. Survived by wife of 49 years, Ann Pfohl Kirby, children Dr. Mathis Powelson, Richmond, VA, William Jr., Brookline, MA, Andrew, Greenwich, CT, Brian, Newtown Square, PA, Peter, Tokyo, Paula McWhinnie, London, and Julia Vien, Brookline, MA, their spouses, 16 grandchildren and three sisters. Mass of Christian Burial at Our Lady of Mercy Church, 70-01 Kessel St, Forest Hills, at 10:30 AM, Tuesday. Interment La ...
KIRBY--William J. 78, November 22nd, Forest Hills, NY. Retired partner Sullivan & Cromwell. Survived by wife of 49 years, Ann Pfohl Kirby, children Dr. Mathis Powelson, Richmond, VA, William Jr., Brookline, MA, Andrew, Greenwich, CT, Peter, Tokyo, Paula McWhinnie, London, and Julia Vien, Bookline, MA, their spouses, 16 grandchildren and three sisters. Visiting hours at Fox Funeral Home, Ascan Ave, corner Metropolitan Ave, Monday, from 6-9 pm. Mass of Christian Burial at Our Lady of Mercy Church, ...
KIRBY-Seymour D. Age 66. Of Brooklyn, New York. Passed away January 6, 2001 after a long illness. Mr. Kirby worked in The New York Times press room for thirty years. He is survived by his wife Roslyn, brother Philip, nephew Hyde Kirby, niece Robin Kane, and their families. KIRBY-Seymour D. The New York Times records with deep sorrow the passing of Seymour D. Kirby, associated with The Times from 1951 until 1984.
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