Obituaries Related to "Madden" from New York Times Archive
Ms. Madden created the magazine’s wordplay competition, which attracted an average of 1,500 readers every week. She retired in 2000.
John Madden met Al Davis in 1966, and their friendship, forged in football, ran deep.
MADDEN--Audrey. The Brooklyn Botanic Garden mourns the passing, on May 12, of our dear friend and colleague Audrey Madden. She retired from our Board of Trustees in 2003 after 20 years of devoted service. She always brought good humor, intelligence and great affection to all of her work at the Garden and will be sorely missed. We extend our deepest sympathy to her family. Earl D. Weiner, Board Chairman Judith D. Zuk, President Kate Doran, Aux. President
MADDEN--Audrey R. The members of Mrs. Field's Literary Club of Brooklyn recall with love and respect our past president, Audrey R. Madden. Her wit, intelligence and hospitality enriched our lives. We miss her.
MADDEN--Audrey Ritter, of Westwood, MA. and South Bristol, ME. formerly of Brooklyn, New York on May 12, 2005, after a determined struggle with cancer. She was born in Hardwick, MA. in 1925 and graduated Mount Holyoke College at the age of 19. She moved to New York City and became a Municipal Bond Trader on Wall Street. While working at Brown Brothers Harriman & Company she met the late John B. Madden whom she adored. They married in 1950. He later became the managing partner at Brown Brothers. ...
MADDEN--Ann. On January 21, 2005. Beloved mother of Msgr. Denis and William. Loving grandmother of Sarah Ann, William, Daniel, Matthew, Timothy, Rachel and Elizabeth. Cherished great-grandmother of Megan, Martin, Lauren and Isabel. Dear sister of Daniel Burnakis. Ann was a loving and joyful mother and grandmother who especially enjoyed assisting others and was a faithful member of Immaculate Conception Church in Scotia, N.Y. Visitation Tuesday 2-5 and 7-9PM at Krtil Funeral Home, Inc, 1297 1st A ...
MADDEN--Elizabeth P. November 25th, 2004. Beloved sister of Joan Madden Wilson & her husband James Wilson. She will be deeply missed by all who knew and loved her. Friends may call at Frank E. Campbell, 1076 Madison Avenue at 81st St, Saturday November 27th, 2-5 & 7-9PM. Memorial service to be announced at a later date.
MADDEN--William Joseph, 62, on May 19. Attorney, college coach and All American Yale basketball player. Memorial services St. Ignatius, 980 Park Ave, 3pm, June 4. >>AD#
MADDEN -- Kelley. Sincere condolences to William Madden, Vice President, Long Island College Hospital, and family on the loss of your beloved wife and mother. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. She was dearly loved and will be sorely missed. John Wren Chairman of the Board Mark McDougle Interim President and CEO Daniel D. Ricciardi, M.D. President, Medical Staff Edmund Giegerich, M.D. Medical Director The executives and staff of Long Island College Hospital >>AD#
MADDEN-Robert T. Husband of Michelle. Father of Robert, Joshua, Mark, Melissa, the late Richard (WTC, Sept. 11, 2001). Brother of Richard, the late MaryCarolyn Ewald and James. Grandfather of three. Reposing McNamara, 460 Washington St., Brighton, MA. Mass on Wednesday, at 10 A.M. St. Ignatius Church, Chestnut Hill, MA.
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