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Ronald Gasser Jr. now faces a second-degree murder charge that could put him in prison for life. Critics felt the manslaughter charge he initially faced was too light.
MOORE--Edith McKnight. Of Hobe Sound, Florida on February 27, 2006 in her 91st year, beloved wife of William H. Moore for 69 years and mother of Pamela Olyphant of Bozeman, Montana, William H. Moore III of Greenwich, Connecticut and Timothy Moore of Silves, Portugal, eleven grandchildren and fourteen great-grandchildren. She attended Shipley School in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania and graduated from the Parsons School of Design in New York City. Later she started her own decorating firm ''E. Moore Int ...
DISKIN-Mary McKnight. On January 22. Beloved wife of the late Thomas F. Diskin. Dear mother of Eugene, Gerard, Thomas, Patrick and George. Sister of William McKnight and Margaret Murphy. Visitation at the Pelham Funeral Home, 64 Lincoln Ave, Pelham, NY, Thursday January 25th, 2-4 and 7-9PM. Requiem mass at St. Nicholas of Tolentine Church, Fordham Rd and University Ave, Bronx, NY, Friday January 26 at 10:30AM.
McKNIGHT-Eline Holst. 90, woodcut printmaker, died Thursday from cancer at a nursing home in Meadow Lakes, New Jersey. She was born of Dutch parents in Yokohama, Japan, in 1910, and educated in Japan, Holland, and the United States. She was a resident of Scarsdale, NY, and New York City for a combined total of thirty-four years. Maxwell McKnight, her husband of twenty-five years, died in 1994. Survivors include her daughters, Micheline Gunter of London, England, Gale McKnightHanset of Seattle, W ...
MEEK-Priscilla McKnight, 99, died June 6, 1999, of natural causes. Born August 15, 1899, Mrs. Meek not only watched but participated in some of the world-changing events of the last century. As head of the Greenwich, CT, Foreign Relief Committee during World War II, she spearheaded the effort to send thousands of tons of clothing and medical supplies in the famous Bundles for Britain war effort. She also was an active member of the Red Cross Motor Corps of Greenwich during the war and showed gre ...
DILL-Elizabeth McKnight of New Suffolk on May 1, 1997. Beloved wife of the late James G., devoted mother of James G. Dill, Jr., David McKnight Dill and Johnathan C. Dill. Also survived by three grandchildren and one great-grandson. Funeral service Tuesday, 1PM at the First Presbyterian Church of Southold. Memorials may be sent to Eastern Long Island Hospital, Greenport, N.Y. 11944
Maxwell Stewart McKnight, a retired lawyer and former State Department official who held diplomatic posts in postwar Europe, died on Friday at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Bethesda, Md. He was 83. Mr. McKnight, who lived in Washington, died of cancer, his family said.
C. A. (Pete) McKnight, editor of The Charlotte Observer for 21 years, died here Saturday. Mr. McKnight, who was 69 years old, had suffered several disabling strokes in recent years. In addition to editing The Observer from 1955 to 1976, Mr. McKnight was a leader in founding several institutions and organizations, including the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Commission and the North Carolina School of the Arts.
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