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Mr. McKay filmed the reminiscences of dozens of theater luminaries for the 2004 documentary “Broadway: The Golden Age, by the Legends Who Were There.”
Mr. McKay covered 12 Olympic Games and was the voice of the ABC sports anthology series “Wide World of Sports.”
Jim McKay, the longtime ABC sportscaster who hosted “Wide World of Sports” for more than thirty years, has died. He was 86.
For most Americans, McKay was synonymous with the Olympics.
Nellie Y. McKay, a distinguished scholar and critic who helped secure a place for African-American women in the modern literary canon, died last Sunday at a hospice in Fitchburg, Wis. She was a resident of Madison, Wis., and was believed to have been in her mid-70's. The cause was cancer, said Craig Werner, chairman of the Afro-American studies department at the University of Wisconsin, where Ms. McKay was Evjue professor of American and African-American literature.
McKAY--Dean. IBM's first and longtime Vice President of Communications, died September 6, 2005, in Greenwich, CT, of lung cancer, said his son Brian McKay. He was 83. Shortly after Thomas J. Watson Jr. became President and CEO of IBM in 1956, he reorganized the company in anticipation of its probable explosive growth following the introduction of computers. Mr. McKay was put in charge of Communications, responsible for press relations, advertising, internal communications and special events. Mr. ...
McKAY--John F. (Jack). Of Hempstead, NY on March 7, 2005. Loving husband of Mary (nee Kelly). Beloved father of Michael, Mary Ann Enzweiler, Bernadette Olson, John, Theresa Maguire and Eileen Melody. Cherished grandfather of 18 grandchildren. Devoted brother of Therese Egan, James McKay and Joseph McKay. Dear brother-in-law of Sister Theresa Kelly, R.S.M., and Reverend James M. Kelly, C.M. Visiting at the Fairchild Chapel, Franklin Ave. at 12th Street, Garden City, 2:00-4:00 and 7:00-9:00 PM Thu ...
McKaY - Sr. Raymunde, RSHM. In mourning her passing and celebrating her life, we at Marymount Manhattan College join the Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary in expressing tribute to Sr. Raymunde. As a former dean and president, Sr. Raymunde made an extraordinary contribution to our founding and our independence, to our survival and our success. Those who knew her well remember a committed and gifted leader. In her later years, she never failed to convey her interest in our students and faculty ...
McKAY - Sr. Raymunde, RSHM. 86, on February 1, Tarrytown, NY. Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary for 66 years. Teacher at Marymount School, Tarrytown; Academy of the Sacred Heart of Mary, Manhattan; Marymount International School, Kingston, England. Principal of Marymount School of New York. President of Marymount Manhattan College, NY, and Marymount College, Los Angeles, CA. Visiting Monday, 3-7:30 PM, Mass Tuesday, 10:30 AM, both at Marymount Convent, Tarrytown, NY. McKAY - Sr. Raymunde ...
McKAY - Sr. Raymunde, RSHM. 86, on February 1, Tarrytown, NY. Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary for 66 years. Teacher at Marymount School, Tarrytown; Academy of the Sacred Heart of Mary, Manhattan; Marymount International School, Kingston, England. Principal of Marymount School of New York. President of Marymount Manhattan College, NY, and Marymount College, Los Angeles, CA. Visiting Tuesday, 3-7:30 PM, Mass Wednesday, 10:30 AM, both at Marymount Convent, Tarrytown, NY. In lieu of flowers, g ...
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