Obituaries Related to "Knox" from New York Times Archive
Knox was so passionate about the running game he was called Ground Chuck, but he fought to bring Joe Namath to the New York Jets.
Professor Knox was an authority on the works of Sophocles, a prolific scholar and the founding director of Harvard’s Center for Hellenic Studies.
A fierce advocate of writers and writing who didn’t suffer pretenders gladly, Mr. Burger was one of the book industry’s notoriously crusty personages.
Obituary: Bent Skovmand, planner of the 'Fort Knox for seeds' - Health & Science - International Herald Tribune
Bent Skovmand, a plant scientist who helped to create the "doomsday vault," a massively fortified cavern to safeguard three million kinds of unique crop seeds against catastrophe, died Tuesday in Kavlinge, Sweden. He was 61.
KNOX--Nancy Dunbar (nee Corbusier) of Santa Fe, NM died on November 28, 2006 in Santa Fe. Born December 3, 1913, she was the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Harold D. Corbusier of Santa Fe and Plainfield, NJ. Wife of the late Gordon Knox, Mrs. Knox resided in Princeton, NJ for 40 years. Burial will be in Plainfield, NJ at a later date.
ROBINSON--Charles Knox. Actor, writer and magician. Much loved husband and brother. As you've always said, ''Prevail!''
KNOX -- Elinor Mayer. 1914-2004. Born in Chicago to Elias and Lucille Mayer, Elinor lived most of her life in New York. She died after a brief illness at Lenox Hill Hospital. A worldwide photojournalist during and after college, Elinor excelled at competitive sports. Intially an accomplished equestrienne, Elinor later played tennis, and finally declared golf as her favorite pastime. Elinor is survived by her children, Linda Dorsey, Richard Kops and Debi Kops; grandchildren, Bryan Dorsey, Gregory ...
KNOX--Ruth D. Died Sunday, Mother's Day, May 9, 2004 in Westwood, NJ. Born and raised in Manhattan, she moved to Bayside, Queens after marrying, where she raised three children. Ruth was a member of the Bayside United Methodist Church and the Bayside Women's Club. She also was a Den Mother of Pack 110, the Bayside branch of the Cub Scouts of America. Ruth had also resided in Cape May, NJ and most recently, New Paltz, NY. Her memory will continue to bring great joy to her daughter, Shannon Fitzge ...
DWYER-Andrew Knox. We express our deepest sadness over the tragic loss of Andrew Knox, loving son of Cindy and Andy. We know that your children are the cornerstone of your lives. We pray for you. With affection, Philip and Barbara Altheim Gloria and Howard Hirsch
DWYER - Andrew Knox. Born June 21, 1982, passed away suddenly on Friday, January 17, 2003. Beloved and adored son of Andrew and Cindy Dwyer of Hobe Sound, FL, and Bedford, NY, and brother of Nancy and Elly. A sophomore at Yale University, Andrew was a graduate of Rippowam Cisqua School and The Hotchkiss School. Grandson of the late Martin Dwyer and Mary Dwyer of Hobe Sound, FL, and the late Alex Kroll and Nancy and Red Gordon of Williamstown, MA. In addition to the immediate family, he is surviv ...
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“Woman,” which she hosted, brought frank talk about issues like birth control, pay inequality and homosexuality into millions of homes in the 1970s.
A three-star general, he saw combat in three wars and was the first Black commander of an Army corps. He later led FEMA before focusing on education.
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After being diagnosed with Stage 4 lung cancer, she continued to go on extreme adventures with her children, including an ascent of the tallest mountain in the Americas.