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Jake Phelps Dies at 56; as Thrasher Editor, a Skateboarding Guru

2019-03-20T16:19:28+0000

From his perch, Mr. Phelps set the caustic but funny tone for the magazine, making him both loved and hated in the skateboarding world.


Robert H. Phelps, Editor at The Times and Boston Globe, Dies at 97

2017-05-11T01:20:31+0000

Mr. Phelps missed a scoop on the Watergate scandal but oversaw the coverage in major series on school desegregation and abuses at a transit agency that won Pulitzer Prizes.


Joseph Phelps Dies at 87; Brought Innovation to California Wines

2015-04-21T01:51:33+0000

Mr. Phelps brought a restless, entrepreneurial spirit to wine country that was evolving from a sleepy agricultural community into a modern engine of fine-wine production


Fred Phelps, Anti-Gay Preacher Who Targeted Military Funerals, Dies at 84

2014-03-20T17:06:37+0000

Mr. Phelps’s Westboro Baptist Church drew scornful attention for proclaiming in rallies that God was punishing America for tolerating homosexuality.


Douglas Yearley, Who Led Phelps Dodge, Dies at 71

2007-10-11T04:00:00+0000

The former chairman and chief executive of the copper producer Phelps Dodge spent four decades at the Phoenix-based company.


Paid Notice: Deaths LUKENS, JAY PHELPS

2006-10-04T05:00:00+0000

LUKENS--Jay Phelps, passed away at home on October 1 following a private and courageous battle with cancer. Jay was the cherished husband of Susan for nearly 30 years and beloved father of Clinton, Ashley and Walker. Jay grew up in Minnesota and later moved to Florida where he was a Thomas Presidential Scholar at Eckerd College. Jay completed his Ph.D in Economics at Texas A&M University earning the Alfred Chalk award. Jay started his career with AT&T in Basking Ridge, but in1985 moved to Texas ...


Paid Notice: Deaths LUKENS, PJAY PHELPS

2006-10-03T05:00:00+0000

LUKENS--Pjay Phelps passed away at home on October 1 following a private and courageous battle with cancer. Jay was the cherished husband of Susan for nearly 30 years and beloved father of Clinton, Ashley and Walker. Jay grew up in Minnesota and later moved to Florida where he was a Thomas Presidential Scholar at Eckerd College. Jay completed his Ph.D in Economics at Texas A&M University earning the Alfred Chalk award. Jay started his career with AT&T in Basking Ridge, but in1985 moved to Texas ...


Paid Notice: Deaths PHELPS, , PAUL EDWIN

2003-06-25T05:00:00+0000

PHELPS--Paul Edwin, age 62, passed away June 22, 2003 after a valiant struggle with multiple myeloma. Paul was an award-winning jewelry designer, model-maker, fine jewelry manufacturer, craftsman and inventor holding three patents. He was employed by M.S. Nelkin & Co., and was past president of Osborne-Phelps & Co. He is survived by his wife of 36 years Wendy (nee Osborne), his daughter Jennifer and son-inlaw Luke, son Zachary anddaughter-in-law Tara, brothers James and Daniel, sisters Phyllis H ...


Paid Notice: Deaths BAILEY, HELEN PHELPS, PH.D.

2002-06-02T05:00:00+0000

BAILEY-Helen Phelps, Ph.D. May 28, 2002. Professor Emeritus of French and French Literature and former Dean of Studies, Barnard College. Frank Patti Funeral Home, 327 Main St., Ft Lee, N.J., Monday, June 3, 2-4, 7-9PM; funeral at St. John's Church, Leonia, N.J. Broad Ave and Harrison St., Tuesday, June 4th, 10:30AM.


Paid Notice: Deaths BAILEY, HELEN PHELPS, PH.D.

2002-05-31T05:00:00+0000

BAILEY-Helen Phelps, Ph.D. May 28, 2002. Professor Emeritus of French and French Literature and former Dean of Studies, Barnard College. Frank Patti Funeral Home, 327 Main St., Ft Lee, N.J., Monday, June 3, 2-4, 7-9PM; funeral at St. John's Church, Leonia, N.J. Broad Ave and Harrison St., Tuesday, June 4th, 10:30AM.



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