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ATKINS-Norman. Prominent baritone of the New York City Opera, and Cantor Emeritus Metropolitan Synagogue of NY, former president Emerson, NJ Board of Education. Beloved husband of the late Mildred, devoted father of Jay Atkins, Bruce Atkins, and Andrea Atkins Hessekiel, cherished fatherin-law of Sherri Atkins, Debra Atkins, and David Hessekiel. Loving grandfather of Jessica, Rachel, Alexis, and Scott Atkins, and Kira and Sophie Hessekiel. Services ''Gutterman-Musicant'', 402 Park Street, Hackens ...
He joined Thor Heyerdahl in 1970 on the Ra II, just one of the adventures that turned a Brooklyn boy into an unconventional world traveler.
Norman Vaughan, a legendary Alaskan explorer and dog sled racer, and the last surviving member of Adm. Richard E. Byrd's expedition to Antarctica in 1928-30, died Friday at a hospital in Anchorage. He was 100. The death was confirmed by the Providence Alaska Medical Center.
He created the model for today’s super-maximum security prisons and oversaw a near doubling of federal facilities. He also insisted on cleanliness and decent food.
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DAVIDSON--Norman, of Jamaica Estates, New York on October 29, 2006, at 81 years of age, after a long battle wtih Alzheimer's disease. Norman was a commercial artist and illustrator, and a pioneer in the early days of network television. For nearly 40 years, Norman was an art director and scenic designer at NBC, where he made vital contributions to such classic shows as ''Howdy Doody,'' The Home Show,'' ''The Eternal Light'' and the ''HuntleyBrinkley Report.'' Prior to his association with NBC, N ...
Yes, he existed. For generations, this clerk of New York County’s printed signature in the upper-left-hand corner of a mailed summons was something to dread.
Mr. Norman was a rhythm-and-blues singer and songwriter who worked with Bob Marley and Jimi Hendrix in their early careers.
Norman Kelley, tenor who sang with New York City Opera, Metropolitan Opera and companies around world, dies at age 95; photo (M)
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