Obituaries Related to "Knapp" from New York Times Archive
He was chief counsel to the New York commission formed after Frank Serpico’s revelations about systemic graft and the department’s lax response.
Mr. Knapp broke world records by picking off flocks of airborne clay targets with the flair of a western movie hero.
ALPERT--Claire Knapp, 27, of Bridgeport, CT, a producer for ABC News (Good Morning America) and former Program Secretary for This Week in Washington, died Sunday, November 19, 2006 in New York City. She was a 2001 Graduate of The Catholic University of America. She was the devoted daughter of William T. and Kristen Heffner Alpert, loving sister of David, Melissa and Jesse Alpert. Granddaughter of Lee Heffner. Niece of Amy Heffner and Lincoln and Patricia Heffner, cousin of Kelby, Tanner Heffner ...
KNAPP--Harriet, Ph.D. on November 9, 2005. Loved and loving wife of Philip. Devoted mother of John, Joshua and Josiah, mother-in-law of Elisabeth and Grace, grandmother of Katherine and David, sister of Shirley Corey. Respected Professor of clinical psychology; accom plished researcher, noted family and adolescent psychologist who devoted over fifty years of her life to helping her patients and students. She will be greatly missed. Funeral services will be held 11AM Friday at I.J. Morris, Inc. 2 ...
MOONEY--Robert Knapp. Former Vice Chairman of Allied Van Lines and Chairman of Hartford Despatch, has died. He was 85. A lifelong resident of Connecticut until his retirement, Mr. Mooney was chosen as the state's Small Businessman of the Year in 1987. Son of Edward G. and Grace K. Mooney, he succeeded his father in the family's moving and warehousing business. A graduate of Harvard University and the Harvard School of Business Administration, Mr. Mooney served with the Chinese First National Arm ...
KNAPP--Therese (Frankel). On October 10. 2004. Beloved wife of the late John Frankel. Devoted mother of Roy and Donald Frankel. Loving mother - in - law of Grace. Cherished grandmother of Ken and Kim. Funeral services Wednesday 11 AM from ''Schwartz Bros.-Jeffer Memorial Chapels'' Queens Blvd. & 76th Rd., Forest Hills.
KNAPP -- George W. Of Schenectady, beloved by family, colleagues, and community, died at 90. An honored alumnus of RPI, he headed GE's Department of Industry Sales and Engineering Operations. He is survived by two daughters, Barbara Herz and Martha Baum, several grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
KNAPP--Whitman. The judges of the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York are deeply saddened by the death of our colleague, and extend our sympathy to his family. Michael B. Mukasey, Chief Judge KNAPP--Judge Whitman. You have been an inspiration to us all. Thank you for being our teacher, mentor and family. Your extraordinary life will live on in our memories. We love and miss you. Your Law Clerk Family
KNAPP--Whitman, Judge. On June 14, 2004, husband of Ann Knapp, father of Whitman, Caroline, Marion, Gregory, five grandchildren and five great grandchildren. Family will receive friends on Wednesday 6-9 P.M. at Frank E. Campbell, 1076 Madison at 81 St. Funeral services Thursday 10:30 A.M. at Trinity Church, on Broadway at Wall Street. Written condolences will be appreciated at: www.mem.com
Whitman Knapp, federal judge who led New York City through tumultuous two-year investigation into widespread police corruption in early 1970's, dies at age 95; photo (M)
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