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Mr. Miller was president of the car company in the 1960s, then became dean of Stanford’s Graduate School of Business.
McCONNELL--Gerald Miller. June 14, 2004. Beloved husband of Mary. Devoted father of Kevin, Patricia and Sean. Loving brother of Patricia Kennedy. Memorial Service Thursday, June 17, 2004, 4PM at the Society of Illustrators, 128 E. 63 St., NYC. McCONNELL--Gerald. The Officers and Members of the Society of Illustrators will deeply mourn the passing of beloved member Jerry. He will be missed by all who knew him. Memorial on Thursday, June 17, 4-7PM.
“Happy Days,” “Laverne & Shirley” and “Full House” were among his shows. And he found the right guy to play the Fonz.
He began delivering sparkling water in 1960, when hundreds of seltzer men plied the streets. He continued until 2017, when there were almost none.
Known for his radical restagings of classic works, Mr. Miller was also a doctor who periodically left the stage to practice medicine.
As a child, she danced the Lindy Hop on Harlem sidewalks before becoming a Savoy Ballroom sensation and an international stage and screen star.
A home-care worker who believed in the dignity of helping sick, elderly and disabled people, Ms. Miller became a respected union leader
He rose to the highest ranks of New York State government but left politics after a fraud conviction, even though it was later overturned on appeal.
A former football player, he spent three decades working for Walt Disney, his father-in-law, and had notable successes — until things turned sour.
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