Obituaries Related to "Payne" from New York Times Archive
Mr. Lucas helped found Africare and, with help from African-Americans, built it into a leading nonprofit promoting economic development.
A Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter, a passionate columnist and a mentoring editor at Newsday, he was a pioneer for fellow blacks in the profession.
Mr. Payne, a retired Marine Corps brigadier general, received the Navy Cross and other awards as World War II fighter ace in the Pacific.
Mr. Payne, who also wrote for film, shared four Emmys with other “Simpsons” staff members.
Though known as a low-key and unassuming lawmaker, Mr. Payne nonetheless made a mark in a number of areas, including education and global affairs.
Mr. Payne was one of the first baritone saxophonists in the 1940s to master the intricacies of modern jazz and for more than half a century was a leading exponent of his instrument.
Mr. Payne, 84, was one of the first baritone saxophonists to master the intricacies of modern jazz.
PAYNE--Jane F., former Larchmont resident, on July 10, 2005. Beloved wife of Richard S. Loving mother of Tammy Payne (Feeley), Janet Herbold, Tara Kupersmith, Brian, Kevin, Michael, Richard and the late Anthony & William. Adoring grandmother of sixteen beautiful grandchildren. Dear sister of Marcia Melone. Visiting Tuesday 2-4 and 79PM and Wednesday 5-9PM at John J. Fox Funeral Home, in Larchmont. Mass Thursday 10AM at St. Augustine's Church in Larchmont. Interment private.
PAYNE-HYNES--Vernona C. The officers & brokers of Brown Harris Stevens are deeply saddened by the passing of our longtime & valued Residential broker, Vernona Payne on February 26, 2005.
BINGHAM--Harry Payne, Jr. 92 years old, died on Tuesday, January 18, 2005 in Palm Beach. He was a seasonal resident of Florida since infancy. Born in Cleveland, Ohio he was a grandson of Charles William Bingham, an early settler of Palm Beach. A long-term resident of Jupiter Island, he more recently moved to the Watermark in West Palm Beach. From his marriage to Lilla Fiske, which ended in divorce, he had two children: Harry Payne Bingham III, M.D. and Belinda Bingham Jewell Pierce, both of whom ...
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