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Starting in the ’50s, the McGuire Sisters were one of America’s most popular vocal groups, their three-part harmonies a balm to audiences rattled by rock ’n’ roll.
She decided to work with adults with mental disabilities after giving birth to a child with challenges. She died of complications of the novel coronavirus.
With hits like “Sincerely” and “Sugartime,” the McGuire Sisters embodied the postwar popular culture of the 1950s.
The McGuire Sisters’ hits, like “Goodnight, Sweetheart, Goodnight” and “Sugartime,” kept their sweet innocence in the face of rock ’n’ roll trends.
As a player, coach and scout, Mr. McGuire was identified indelibly with New York.
Mr. McGuire was a social psychologist at Yale whose work on the art of persuasion and how to resist it has been applied in political science, advertising and mass communications.
McGUIRE--John. The New York Times records with deep sorrow the passing of John McGuire, associated with The Times from February 8 , 1940 until retiring in January 1, 1979.
MCGUIRE--Brian James, 36. Of Greenwich died on June 12, as the result of a car accident. He was married to Marcie Leisenring McGuire and had two sons, Kevin, 7, and Jason, 3. A Managing Director and U.S. Head of Deutsche Bank AG's Structured Capital Markets Group, Brian was a leader in the structured finance field and managed a team of financial professionals in Deutsche Bank's New York office. Brian was a C.P.A. and a 1992 graduate of the University of Michigan, where he earned a B.B.A. and M.A ...
McGUIRE--Anna M. On December 1, 2004. Beloved aunt of three nieces and two nephews. Friends may call at Andrett Funeral Home, 353 Second Ave. (at 20th St.), NYC, Sunday, December 5th, 2:005:00 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial Epiphany R.C. Church, Monday, 11:00 A.M.
McGUIRE--Helen Slane. On January 1, 2004, of Southbury, CT, formerly of Flushing, NY, wife of the late James F. McGuire. She retired in 1968 as secretary for Milbank Memorial Fund. Predeceased by brothers Peter, William, Joseph, Thomas, Raymond Slane, and sisters Kathleen Donaldson, Mary Slane, Agnes Vaughan, Marguerite Baxter. Funeral Mass January 6, at 11 AM, at Sacred Heart Church, Southbury, CT. Burial: Cemetery of Gate of Heaven, Hawthorne, NY. Contributions: Sacred Heart Church, PO Box 686 ...
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