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A hard-hitting player who defended players’ rights, Parrish suffered from a cognitive decline late in life, presumably from concussions.
Ms. Savage also wrote another novel, “In Vivo,” and a nonfiction book, “A Great Fall: A Murder and Its Consequences.”
PARRISH--Michael. Beloved husband of the late Sylvia. Loving father of Eva Alonzo and Manuel Parrish and father-in-law of John. Adoring grandfather of Steven and Porscha. Graveside service today, 10AM at Mt. Lebanon Cemetery, Glendale NY. For information, contact Sherman's Flatbush Memorial Chapel, 718-377-7300.
PARRISH-Louis, M.D. of Manhattan, on Dec. 9, 2002, in New York City. Distinguished doctor of Internal Medicine and Psychiatry. Born Mansfield, LA, on April 5th, 1927, graduated Louisiana State University Medical School. Author of books: ''No Pause at All'' and ''Cooking As Therapy''. Noted researcher in field of parasitology; Founder, Life Center for holistic medicine. Survived by former wife Nell Jones and cousins Hall Payton III and Judson Rieves. Buried Mansfield, LA., Saturday, December 14, ...
McGONIGLE-Martha Parrish. Of Morristown, NJ on January 19, 2001. Mother of Melanie Bowden of New York City and Walter Bowden of Savannah, GA. Daughter of Lorraine A. Parrish of Tampa, FL. Sister of Elizabeth Yingling of Katonah, NY. Wife of James J. McGonigle of Morristown, NJ, formerly of Chatham Twp., NJ. Stepmother of Jay and Brian McGonigle and Leanne McGonigle Poth. A memorial service will be held at the Old John Street United Methodist Church, 44 John St., New York City on Saturday, Februa ...
STARR-Ogden Parrish, 88, of Bernardsville, NJ and Mill Reef, Antigua, WI, died at home in Bernardsville on December 3, 2000. Husband of the late Patricia Morrill Starr. Father of Patricia Starr Jones of New Canaan, CT, Ogden P. Starr Jr. of New York City and Michael M. Starr of Antigua, WI. Grandfather of Samuel Bancroft Jones of Rowayton, CT, Christopher Starr Jones of London, England, Christina Starr and Jennifer Starr of Antigua, WI. A memorial service will be held at St. John on the Mountain ...
Robert Parrish, an Academy Award-winning film editor whose career in motion pictures took him from childhood acting in Chaplin's "City Lights" to the director's chair, died on Monday at Southampton Hospital on Long Island. He was 79 and lived in Sag Harbor. Besides being an actor, editor and director, Mr. Parrish was a raconteur and writer whose recollections of his long career in Hollywood and abroad and wide range of friends among the most prominent names in film nourished two volume ...
Kitty Owen Spence, a model for well- known Maxfield Parrish paintings of the 1920's and granddaughter of three- time Presidential candidate William Jennings Bryan, died Thursday in her home after a heart attack. She lived in Manhattan and was 79 years old. Mrs. Spence's given name was Ruth, but it was generally unused because her mother's name was the same. She was Ruth Bryan Owen, a Democratic Representative in Congress from Florida from 1929 to 1933. In 1933, she became the first woman to ...
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