Obituaries Related to "Patton" from New York Times Archive
The day's top showbiz news including Harold Ramis is dead at the age of 69, and Robin Thicke and Paula Patton have separated after 10 years of marriage. Roselle Chen reports.
Mr. Patton, a five-time N.C.A.A. champion at U.S.C., won the 200 meters and anchored the team that won the 4x100-meter relay at the London Games in 1948.
Mr. Patton’s keen eye for objects and their hidden significance made him a sought-after contributor to magazines including Art in America, Esquire, Smithsonian and Wired.
Michelle McNamara Died Pursuing the Golden State Killer. Her Husband, Patton Oswalt, Has Questions for Him.
The author devoted years to identifying the Golden State Killer, but she didn’t live to see the arrest of a suspect, or her book about the cold case published.
Horace L Woodring, Army private who was chauffering Cadillac limousine of Gen George S Patton through German countryside when it crashed and caused injuries that resulted in Patton's death, dies at 77; photo (M)
PATTON -- Jolanda Aprea, died at home in North Bergen, New Jersey on May 22, 2004. Her sense of vitality, strength and her unique artistry carried her through a life of extraordinary events both joyful and difficult. Born in Naples, Italy in 1911 into a family of painters and musicians. Growing up in Italy through two World Wars and the Great Depression. To America after the war to wed the now late Lowell Russell Patton, Jr. for 49 years of marriage. Bearing children, Lowell Russell Patton III a ...
Maj Gen George S Patton, son and namesake of World War II armored commander and veteran of combat in Korean and Vietnam Wars, dies at age 80; photo (M)
LEWIS--Edith Patton. On behalf of the nursing profession, we record our sorrow at the death of Pat Lewis. For 60 years, she wielded a sharp editorial pen, having served as editor of Nursing Outlook, Nursing Research and the American Journal of Nursing, as an investigative reporter, and more recently, as author of perceptive, elegantly crafted commentary and letters to the editor. We shall miss her wisdom and her wit. The staff, past and present, of the American Journal of Nursing
CAMPBELL--Patton. New York CIty Opera notes with sadness the passing of our colleague and friend. Since joining the company in 1959 Patton designed costumes for 20 of our productions including the world premieres of Moore's ''The Wings of the Dove'', Hoiby's ''Natalia Petrovna'' and Beeson's ''Lizzie Borden''; plus ''La traviata'' with Patricia Brooks and Placido Domingo, ''The Makropoulos Affair'' with Maralin Niska and ''Susannah'' with Norman Treigle. In addition to designing for other opera ...
PATTON--Henry. The Board of Directors of The Daniel and Florence Guggenheim Foundation mourn the passing of their fellow Director, Henry Patton. He served the Board, and the community in New York City and in Palo Alto, California, with great distinction. We will miss his wise counsel, his friendship, and his dedication. We offer our deepest sympathy to his family. Oscar S. Straus II Chairman Oscar Straus Schafer President >>AD#
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