Obituaries Related to "Pugh" from New York Times Archive
Pugh played in four Super Bowls and was involved in the key play in the 1967 N.F.C. championship game known as the Ice Bowl.
Ms. Davis and her 1950s writing partners were responsible for coming up with wacky physical predicaments for the show’s star, Lucille Ball, to get herself into.
Mr. Pugh started his career as a campaigner for civil rights and then ascended through the ranks of New York State government to hold major posts in labor relations.
PUGH--Richard Warren. The Council and Staff of Actors' Equity Association mourn the passing of our friend and colleague Richard Warren Pugh, a talented and dedicated member, longtime Councillor and former Officer of this Association.
PUGH--James. Of Bronxville, New York. December 27, 1943--November 14, 2005. Beloved husband of Carole, loving father of Mary Elizabeth and John Joseph, adored son of Mary and Joseph Pugh, dear brother of Joseph, Stephen and Peggy. Graduate of USC, Vietnam veteran, FX Professional, loyal friend. Wake: McGrath & Son, Bronxville, NY, Thursday, November 17th, 2-4 and 7-9. Mass: St. Josephs, Bronxville, 10AM, November 18.
KRESCH--Rebecca M. Pugh Died on February 25, 2005 at New York State Veterans' Home in Montrose, NY. A Memorial Service will be held at St. Peter's Lutheran Church, 619 Lexington Ave, NYC, on April 23, 2005 at 2:00 PM. Mrs. Kresch, a naval communications officer during World War II was a public relations professional for 46 years, most recently as Vice President for Public Relations at R. Presser & Associates and Senior Vice President at James F. Fox, Inc. For several years, she also headed her o ...
PUGH-Clarence S. Playbill mourns the loss of its esteemed colleague and valued friend of over 40 years, Clarence S. Pugh, who began working for the company in February 1961 and retired last year. Mr. Pugh died May 5, 2003 age 63, and is survived by his wife, Mildred; his children, Diane, Bernard, Bertha, Renee, Tyrone and Cynthia; eleven grandchildren; one sister and four brothers. A viewing will be held Friday, May 9th, 4-7PM at the Gospel Temple Church of God in Christ, 2056 Fifth Ave. at 127t ...
PUGH-F.C. Richmond, 82. Died Saturday, February 16, 2002. He was born in Salt Lake City, Utah, on March 27, 1919, the son of Dr. and Mrs. Walter N. Pugh. He attended Wasatch Elementary School, East High School, and the University of Utah where he received a B.A. Degree. Following college, he enlisted in the Army in order to serve in WWII achieving the rank of Captain by the time he was discharged. After the war, he earned his M.B.A. at Harvard University. He was employed by Mobile Oil Corporatio ...
PUGH-Carolyne (nee) Fowler. On January 22, 2002 of Rutherford, NJ. Age 94. Beloved wife of the late Robert. Devoted mother of Roberta Fontenla. Funeral from Macagna Diffily Funeral Home, 41 Ames Avenue, Rutherford, NJ on Thursday at 1 PM. Interment at George Washington Memorial Park Cemetery. Born in Hartford, CT. Died Hackensack Med. Ctr.
PUGH-Harry R. Jr. 85, formerly of Darien, Conn. died March 13, 1997. He was an attorney with Fish and Neave of NYC. He was a member of the Bar of the City of New York. He is survived by three daughters: Georgia Pugh Howard, Priscilla Pugh Kirkpatrick, and Louise Pugh Smith, and one brother, William Pugh. A memorial service will be held on April 26, 1997, at 2:00 P.M., at the First Congregational Church in New Canaan, Connecticut.
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