Obituaries Related to "Klein" from New York Times Archive
His studies of the use of drugs to treat disorders led many to consider him “the father of psychopharmacology.”
Professor Klein was widely regarded for his statistical models used to predict global economic trends, for which he was awarded the 1980 Nobel in economic science.
Mr. Klein presided as premier of oil-rich Alberta for 14 years as the industry’s profit poured in.
Mr. Klein managed the business affairs of Sam Cooke, the Rolling Stones and, for a short time, the Beatles.
Mr. Klein was a campaign and White House aide to President Richard M. Nixon who remained loyal to him despite personal and professional slights.
Dr. Klein was the editor of a collection of papers documenting the years in which Albert Einstein completed his work on the general theory of relativity.
Mr. Klein was a longtime theater reviewer for the Sunday regional sections of The New York Times and for WNYC radio.
Mr. Klein helped transform Zabar’s from a typical Jewish delicatessen on the Upper West Side of Manhattan into a culinary and cultural landmark.
Murray Klein helped transform Zabar’s from a typical Jewish delicatessen on the Upper West Side of Manhattan into a culinary and cultural landmark.
KLEIN--Leon, of Boynton Beach, Florida, passed away December 13, 2006 after a long and valiant fight against Parkinsons disease. Beloved husband of Alice, devoted and beloved father of Ted, Doreen (David) and Adam, loving grandfather of David, Alyssa, Alison and Lauren.
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