Obituaries Related to "Morrow" from New York Times Archive
With three gold medals in sprints in Melbourne, he matched what Jesse Owens had memorably accomplished 20 years earlier in Berlin.
In a career spanning more than seven decades, Mr. Morrow led the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra and played for the “Tonight Show” band.
Mr. Morrow worked at several publications through the years until taking the Donald W. Reynolds endowed chair at the University of Nevada in Reno in 2009.
MORROW--George M. III died July 20 in Chapel Hill, NC, at the age of 88. Born in Birmingham, AL, he graduated from Vanderbilt in 1939 and earned his Masters in Chemical Engineering from MIT in 1941. A WWII officer in the US Navy charged with investigating weaponry advances by the Germans, he then moved to Larchmont, NY, and began a career of 35 years with Union Carbide Corporation, working on entrepreneurial assignments in new businesses. He lived in Chapel Hill since 1984, where he was an advoc ...
MORROW--Ethel. The Orthodox Union mourns the passing of Ethel Morrow, a longtime administrative assistant in the Kashrut Department. Her wisdom, devotion and loyalty were an inspiration to us all. Stephen J. Savitsky, Pres. Rabbi Tzvi Hersh Weinreb, Exec VP Rabbi Menachem Genack, CEO, OU, Kashrut
MORROW--Alison, 91. Died peacefully at home in New York City on October 26, after a short illness. She was born on April 15, 1914 in New York City to the late Dr. Albert Sidney Morrow and Marjorie Wyld Morrow. Growing up in Garden City, Long Island, Alison graduated from Cathedral School of St. Mary in 1931. Trained as a librarian, Alison worked as head librarian at the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Research Center in Rye, New York. She retired in 1984. During World War II she joined the American Red ...
WOODS--Mary (Morrow) on January 13, 2005. She is predeceased by her first husband Edwin F. Britten III, 1957 and her second husband W. Harcourt Woods, 1998; Mother of David M. Britten of Tewksbury Twp, NJ, Margaret B. Sorge of Pittstown, NJ, Peter M. Britten of Hunterdon Co, NJ; Stepmother of Whitney Woods Taylor of Sewickley, PA, Kendall Woods of Houston, TX and W. Harcourt Woods, Jr. of NYC. Survived by nine grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. A Memorial service will be held at 11:00 ...
MORROW -- Laura Ehrlich, M.D. retired psychiatrist. on Tuesday, January 13, 2004. Wife of the late J. Lloyd Morrow, M.D. and mother of Charlie, Mary Ellen, Kenneth, and Robert. Grandmother of nine. Services 12noon Wednesday, January 14 at the Jewish Memorial Chapel, 841 Allwood Rd, Clifton, NJ
George Morrow, mathematician and programmer who played role in creating personal computer industry, dies at age 69 (S)
MORROW-Benjamin David. The Jewish Center mourns the passing of the father of its devoted member, Dr. Ira Morrow. May his family be comforted among all who mourn for Zion and Jerusalem. Ari Berman, Rabbi Andrew Mendes, President Rachel Lurie, Sisterhood
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