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Richard Peck, Acclaimed Author for Young Readers, Dies at 84

2018-05-27T20:31:39+0000

Mr. Peck used historical fiction, horror and other genres to tell stories about rape, unwanted pregnancy, suicide and other difficult subjects.


Archie Peck, Competitive Croquet Star, Dies at 76

2012-05-19T03:54:18+0000

A six-time national champion, commonly called Silky Legs, Mr. Peck was known for his rugged good looks, effortless athleticism and aggressive style of play.


Paid Notice: Deaths PECK, JANE REIFFEL

2006-03-19T05:00:00+0000

PECK--Jane Reiffel. March 16, 2006 at home in Chappaqua, NY. Wife of Robert B. Peck. Sister of Betty Ann Bry. Mother of Lisa Peck MacPhail, Amy Peck Sinsheimer, Susan Peck Kineke; motherin-law of Allen MacPhail, Ralph Sinsheimer, Paul Kineke. Grandmother (''Mimi'') of Lucy, Bryan, Kate MacPhail; Max, Teddy, Molly Sinsheimer; Emily, Jay Kineke. Born February 21, 1929 to the late Isidore and Antoinette Reiffel. Florist, artist, avid traveler, matriarch of her loving family. Creative and full of li ...


Paid Notice: Deaths HOWES, OLIVER PECK JR.

2006-01-31T05:00:00+0000

HOWES--Oliver Peck Jr. Died January 29 in Greenwich, Connecticut, at the home of his son Dr. Christopher Howes. He will be missed by all who knew him, including his beloved wife Jennifer Judge Howes, his son and daughters Deborah, Wendy and Cynthia; his five grandchildren and the Judges. Oliver Howes, one of the leading figures in the Trademark Bar, was senior partner in the firm, Nims, Howes, Collison, Isner and Hansen, from 1953 until 2002. A service will be held at Knapp's Funeral Home, 267 G ...


M. Scott Peck, Self-Help Author, Dies at 69

2005-09-28T05:00:00+0000

M. Scott Peck, the psychiatrist and author whose best-selling book ''The Road Less Traveled'' offered millions of readers an inspirational prescription of self-discipline, died on Sunday at his home in Warren, Conn. He was 69. The cause was complications of pancreatic and liver duct cancer, said Michael Levine, a friend and publicist.


Paid Notice: Deaths PECK, MALVIN

2005-01-26T05:00:00+0000

PECK--Malvin. Congregation Rodeph Sholom notes with sorrow the passing of our longtime, devoted Honorary Trustee and congregant for almost 50 years, Malvin Peck, beloved husband of Joyce Peck. Mal was also a co-President of our Brotherhood and served as President of the Metropolitan Council on the NFTB. Our deepest condolences to his wife, his son Charles and his wife, Bonnie, and his granddaughters Teren and Emily. We will miss his devotion. Robert N. Levine, DD, Senior Rabbi Nancy Solomon, Pre ...


Paid Notice: Deaths PECK, EDGAR E.

2004-10-14T05:00:00+0000

PECK--Edgar E. Of New York City, and formerly of Davis Park, Fire Island, on October 12, 2004. Beloved husband of Marguerite (Peggy), father of Joel and the late Thomas, father-in-law of Rochelle and Seena, grandfather of Dana, Margot, Tucker and Harrison. Arrangements private. Info: [email protected].


Paid Notice: Deaths PECK, STEPHEN M.

2004-04-04T05:00:00+0000

PECK -- Stephen M. The Mount Sinai Alumni mourn the untimely loss of Stephen Peck, a member of the Mount Sinai Medical Center Board of Trustees for over 30 years and Chairman from 1995 to 2002. Mr. Peck was a great visionary who understood that our institution was founded on the humanitarian traditions of scholarship and charity, and promoted these values continuously throughout his tenure. He was always sensitive to the need of the medical center to serve a diverse community. Mr. Peck will be s ...


Paid Notice: Deaths PECK, STEPHEN M.

2004-04-03T05:00:00+0000

PECK--Stephen M. During the 15 years in which Stephen Peck made his office with us, every one of our 75 people not only knew he was here, but each of us, individually, felt his warmth and friendship. He took the time to show us that he was here to listen, to hear, often to act on behalf of each of us. We don't know of a bigger heart on Wall Street; we feel his loss deeply. Our sad condolences to his gallant and loving wife, Judith, to his children, stepchildren and grandchildren. Gilder Gagnon H ...


Paid Notice: Deaths PECK, STEPHEN

2004-04-02T05:00:00+0000

PECK -- Stephen. We are deeply saddened by the tragic and untimely passing of Stephen Peck, a person whose vision of Jewish community had an enormous impact in creating the JCC in Manhattan. Stephen's wisdom, advice, guidance and friendship over the past 14 years has been invaluable, and will be forever remembered and cherished. He was the embodiment of a mensch, and his dedication to making the world a better place is the purest reflection of ''tikkun olam.'' On behalf of the Board of Directors ...



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