Obituaries Related to "Osborne" from New York Times Archive
Mr. Einstein first gained fame in the 1970s by playing an accident-prone daredevil. He later had a recurring role on “Curb Your Enthusiasm.”
Mr. Osborne, a film historian, was the congenial prime time host of the movie channel since its inception in 1994.
Ms. duPont won six Grand Slam singles titles in the middle decades of the 20th century and also became one of the most dominant doubles players of her era.
Often known simply as Baby Marie, the actress made almost 30 movies by the age of 8 but lost her fortune when her foster parents spent it.
BROPHY--Muriel W. (nee Winifred Muriel Osborne). Born in New York City on December 11, 1897, died at the age of 108 on October 8, 2006. She had lived in Pelham, NY, for almost 80 years. Beloved wife of the late Dr. Frederick H. Brophy, and loving mother of two daughters, the late Beverly O. Brophy and the late Patricia B. Greeley. She is survived by her two devoted sons, Theodore F. Brophy, and John O. Brophy, five grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Among her many volunteer activities, ...
OSBORNE--Ann. 97, hat designer extraordinare, a wizard with the stitch. Beloved wife of the late noted voice teacher, Seymour Osborne. Devoted mother of former broadcast news executive and Cuomo Administration Communication official, Steven. She was always there for me, her loving son, Steven
OSBORNE--Charles C., 74, died January 26, 2005. Husband of Isabelle C., father of Thomas N., M.D. Predeceased by daughter, Caroline C. Memorial service at United Church of Christ, Cornwall, CT, April 23 at 12 noon.
OSBORNE--John Stuart, Jr., 63, of New York City and Salisbury, CT., died December 1, 2004. Beloved husband, father and friend. John Osborne was born February 2, 1941 in New York to John S. Osborne, and Elizabeth Beam Osborne, and was educated at the Hotchkiss School, Williams College and the Univeristy of Michigan Law School. He was among the first groups to serve in the Peace Corp, in Liberia from 1963--1965. Until his illness, he was the senior partner at the New York office of Watson, Farley ...
OSBORNE -- Christian, for merly of New York, died September 18, 2004 in Los Angeles just after midnight. East Coast memorial to be held by Norman Isaacs & Tessa Marquis. For details, leave contact information at [email protected]
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