Obituaries Related to "Mcintyre" from New York Times Archive
Ms. McIntyre won three Nebula Awards for her writing and inspired other female authors. She also wrote five novels set in the “Star Trek” universe.
Mr. McIntyre was a founding member of the Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians and occasionally performed in face paint and tribal costume.
Ken McIntyre, star basketball guard who helped propel St John's University to two championships, dies at age 63; photo (M)
Ken McIntyre was a star guard who helped propel an underdog St. John's team to the Holiday Festival and National Invitation Tournament championships in 1965 to bring a stirring conclusion to Coach Joe Lapchick's Hall of Fame career.
Jennifer Dunning reviews Dianne McIntyre tribute at Theater of the Riverside Church; photo (M)
The seamlessly staged evening was a great pleasure, opening with a panel discussion of Ms. McIntyre's career that was filled with reminiscences and fond laughter.
Ms. McIntyre and her dances are like old friends who remain current and present, no matter the time elapsed since the last encounter. In recent years New York audiences haven't seen a great deal of Ms. McIntyre (above, in 1988), who has been busy choreographing and directing at regional theaters around the nation. But she has had a strong though typically soft-spoken impact on New York dance, through her unusual fusion of improvisational movement and jazz music and her exploration of black Ameri ...
McINTYRE--''Harry'' (Henry Pierre). Passed away July 12, 2005 in Reston, VA at the age of 81. Harry was born in Boston, MA on January 18, 1924, the son of Alfred R. and Helen H. McIntyre, and older brother to Ann. He attended Milton Academy and Harvard Univerity before graduating from Columbia University. He served in Italy during WWII as a P-51-D pilot, and received the Distinguished Flying Cross. He was married to Carmen Diaz, and later, to Rita Hayman. He was an avid tenants' rights advocate, ...
McINTYRE--James J. 67, of Marlboro, NJ, died Sunday August 22, 2004, at home, after a long illness. He is predeceased by his parents, John McIntyre of County Mayo, Ireland, and Nora Crotty of County Clare, Ireland. Surviving are his wife, of 15 years, Eileen Drinane McIntyre, a brother and sister-in-law, Dr. John and Anne McIntyre, and a sister, Sister Catherine McIntyre, RJM. He is also survived by many loving uncles, aunts, and cousins, in the United States, Ireland, and Hong Kong. Visitation ...
McINTYRE-Helen P. Died on September 27. Beloved wife of Randall P. McIntyre. Devoted mother of Virginia McIntyre, Mark P. McIntyre and Archie McIntyre. Grandmother of seven. Sister of Warren B. Pond, Jr., and dear friend of many. Memorial service on October 5, 12:30 PM, at St. John's Episcopal Church, Cold Spring Harbor, NY. In lieu of flowers the family requests gifts to Helen's Fund at the Long Island Community Foundation, Jericho, NY. McINTYRE-Helen P. The board and staff of the Long Isla ...
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