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McNeil Robinson II, 72, Organist and Composer, Is Dead


Mr. Robinson, who was the chairman of the organ department at the Manhattan School of Music, was also the organist for several houses of worship.

Robert L. McNeil Jr., Chemist Who Introduced Tylenol, Dies at 94


Mr. McNeil was a pharmaceutical executive who introduced Tylenol in 1955 as a competitor to aspirin for pain relief.

Paid Notice: Deaths MCNEIL, , FLORENCE H.


McNEIL--Florence H., 92, died July 28 at Meadow Lakes, Hightstown, New Jersey. A graduate of UCLA, she worked for Time-Life for 38 years in its CA and NY editorial offices. Long interested in Eastern art and thought, she studied Chinese watercolor painting after retiring. There are no survivors. A memorial service is planned for the fall at the Unitarian Church of All Souls in New York City where she had been a member since 1959. >>AD#

Paid Notice: Deaths MCNEIL, LONNIE C.


McNEIL-Lonnie C.. On May 10, 1999. Of Massachusetts. Beloved son of Johnnie Mae. Also survived by four loving sisters. Grandson of Nettie C. Douglas. Funeral service to be held at Quinn Hopping Funeral Home, Livingston, New Jersey, Sunday, May 16, 12 noon. Visiting prior to service from 9 A.M. Interment Forest Lawn Memorial Gardens, Iselin, N.J. In lieu of flowers, contributions to the Lonnie McNeil ''Inappropriate Fund'', C/O DeSisto School, P.O. Box 369, Stockbridge, MA 01262. Funds will help ...

Paid Notice: Deaths MCNEIL, CHARLES


McNEIL-Charles. The New York Times records with deep sorrow the passing of Charles McNeil, associated with The Times from 1982.

George McNeil, Whose Paintings Explored the Extreme, Dies at 86


George McNeil, an Abstract Expressionist painter who turned to the use of vibrant colors and explosively painted figures in works that suggest the joyous anarchy of children's art, died on Tuesday at his home in Brooklyn. He was 86. The cause was congestive heart failure, said Julian Weissman of ACA Galleries, his dealer.

W. McNeil Lowry Is Dead; Patron of the Arts Was 80


W. McNeil Lowry, a former vice president of the Ford Foundation who made that institution a major supporter of the arts, died yesterday at his home in Manhattan. He was 80. The cause was cancer of the esophagus, said his wife, Elsa.

Henry S. McNeil Dies; Headed Drug Concern


Henry Slack McNeil, a former president of McNeil Laboratories Inc. who was a patron of the arts, died Monday of a heart attack at his home in Plymouth Meeting, Pa. He was 66 years old.

Adm. Wilfred McNeil Dies at 78; Was Assistant Defense Secretary


McNeil, Wilfred J (Adm)

McNeil Robinson II, 72, Organist and Composer, Is Dead


Mr. Robinson, who was the chairman of the organ department at the Manhattan School of Music, was also the organist for several houses of worship.

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