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With Magic Johnson he brought “Showtime” to the Lakers in 1979, but he missed their glory years after a calamitous bicycle accident.
Mr. McKinney acted in several Clint Eastwood films and various television shows.
McKINNEY--Elizabeth McLane. Died after a short illness in Cincinnati, Ohio November 7, age 73. Survived by her husband Richardson McKinney and children Cricket Brien, Rick, Christopher, Jono and twelve grandchildren, brothers Thomas L. and James W. McLane, sister Greer Hopkins. Contributions in her memory to Cincinnati Opera Association, 1241 Elm Street, 45210, or Impact-Overthe-Rhine, P.O. Box 10003, 45202, appreciated.
MCKINNEY-Mary Francis Joyce of Raleigh, NC died on March 3rd after a long illness. Born in 1927 in New York City, she lived much of her life in Norwalk, CT. She is survived by her husband Donald L. McKinney, daughter Jennifer Magnus and her husband Tom, son Douglas G. McKinney and his wife Jennifer and their three children, Maegan, Caroline, and Robert. Mrs. McKinney was a graduate of Hunter College in New York and worked many years for LOOK magazine. Her husband was an editor for TRUE, The Satu ...
WEIRI-Margaret Gladstone McKinney at 90 years, native of Winnetka, IL. Crusader-activist for human rights, years committed to Gray Panthers. Received UUA Distinguished Service Award for NGO-UN committee work. Graduate studies: music, anthropology. Vibrant, inspiration for young people. Survived by: sister Elizabeth McKinney Chmiel; children: Robyn Weiri Ray, Franklin Owen Weiri; grandchildren Franklin Dean Weiri, Melissa Robyn Ray, Alysa Beth Ray; grandchildren: Tyler Weiri, Sebastian Weiri, Con ...
McKINNEY-Robert S. Age 60. Of Manhattan, died February 11, 2002. Raised in Bayside, Queens, the son of a New York City Police Detective, he had a long, impressive career in computer systems, rising to Chief Information Officer of top financial services institutions. After graduating the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy at Kings Point, N.Y., he circumnavigated the globe at a young age before earning a Master's degree from Columbia University & embarking on his meteoric career. Far more impressive, ho ...
McKINNEY-Robert Moody. Ambassador McKinney was the stepfather of our beloved friend and member of Hunter/Brookdale's Board of Overseers, Edmee deM. Firth, and was a loyal supporter of our work. Our hearts go out to Edmee, her children and all of the Ambassador's family. The Board of Overseers and Staff of the Brookdale Center on Aging, Hunter College
McKINNEY-Robert Moody. A former U.S. Ambassador and Editor and Publisher of the Santa Fe New Mexican for more than half a century, died of pneumonia Sunday night at New York Hospital. He was 90. He was a diplomat, corporate director, conservationist, veteran and poet. McKinney served by appointment to five presidents: As Assistant Secretary of the U.S. Department of Interior, as U.S. Ambassador to the International Atomic Energy Agency at Vienna, as U.S. Ambassador to Switzerland and held two ap ...
McKINNEY-Charles T. December 1, 2000. A wonderful friend and brother for forty-nine years. Champion of human rights, fighter for civil rights. Brilliant attorney and orator. Lead attorney in Panther 21 trial. We will miss you terribly and remember your warmth and wisdom always. Alan and Carole Hirshman
McKINNEY-Walker, 72. Died peacefully of acute leukemia at his home on August 20th. A Graduate of The Hill School and Princeton University, 1950. Son of the late Jane and J. Donald McKinney and brother of J. Donald McKinney Jr. and the late Linda McKinney Geib. Uncle of Barkley and Howell Geib and godfather of David Groom and David Lowrie. Walker will always be remembered for his indomitable spirit and joy of life. Friends are kindly invited to attend a memorial service at Fifth Avenue Presbyteri ...
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