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He blended ancient techniques and modern technology to weave fabrics that are in the collections of MoMA and the Louvre, which gave him a one-man retrospective.
He retired after 14 seasons with a losing record for his career, but for one day in 1956 he was the picture of perfection.
Mr. Larsen rose through the ranks to serve as chairman and chief executive of Johnson & Johnson from 1989 to 2002, expanding the company into a multinational giant.
Mr. Larsen, whose habit of tapping things earned him the nickname Tappy, won the precursor to the United States Open in 1950 and was inducted into the Tennis Hall of Fame in 1969.
Mr. Larson was a perennial challenger for the world championship during the 1960s and ’70s.
LARSEN--Margaret Zerbe. Born in Euclid, Ohio, on June 6, 1903, the daughter of Jerome Brainard Zerbe and Susan Eichelberger. She was ''Margot'' to all who knew her, the widow of Roy E. Larsen, President of Time Inc. for 21 years and Vice Chairman before his retirement in 1979. An avid birder, Mrs. Larsen's deep interest in wildlife and preserving ''open spaces'' led to the development in Fairfield, CT of the Connecticut Audubon Society's 175 acre Margot and Roy Larsen Sanctuary. Together, Roy an ...
LARSEN--James A. Memorial service, December 11, 1PM at the New York Society for Ethical Culture, 2 W. 64 St.
LARSEN--James A. Age 33. On December 7, 2003. Adoring husband to Joanne Kolker. Loving son of Fredrick and the late Patricia Larsen. Devoted brother to Christopher and Joseph. Son-in-law to Nadine and Thomas Kolker. Brother-in-law to Amy Kolker. Friend and humanitarian to all. Services will be held Thursday, December 11th at the New York Society for Ethical Culture, 2 W. 64 St., N.Y. In lieu of flowers, please make contributions to the James Larsen Foundation for Esophageal Cancer, 310 E. 75 St. ...
Niels Bjorn Larsen, Danish dancer and mime who helped reveal beauties of August Bournonville's Romantic ballets to Americans as artistic director of Royal Danish Ballet during its first US tour in 1956, dies at age 89 (M)
LARSEN-Laurence Putnam, 45, died in San Juan, PR on December 21, 2000. He is survived by his wife, Scynthia Macovik Larsen, mother Marcia Tirrell Larsen, father H. Allen Larsen, sisters Kristen and Leslie, brother Keith. Born in Concord, MA, Laurence graduated from Bowdoin College and Columbia Business School. He was with Citibank in New York City, San Juan and London, UK. Later there with Trust Company of The West. At the time of his death, Laurence was Exec. Vice President, Oriental Financial ...
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