Obituaries Related to "Reynolds" from New York Times Archive
DUFFY--Mary Kate (Reynolds). On January 30, 2004, at age 92 of County Longford, Ireland. Beloved wife of the late Joseph. Loving mother of Brian J. Duffy and Marianne Russem. Adoring grandmother of Zachary, Jake, Mary, Ben and Asher. Dear sister of Patrick Reynolds, Peggy Kilemade, the late Bridget, Nellie, James and Michael. Friends may call at Frank E. Campbell, 1076 Madison Avenue at 81 Street, Sunday 2-5 p.m. Funeral Mass at Mary Manning Walsh Home, 1339 York Avenue, Monday, 10:30 a.m.
McPHERSON-Edward Reynolds, Jr., 95. On January 3, 2002. Former Senior Partner of Cummings & Lockwood, Stamford, CT and Town Counsel of Darien for 25 years. Devoted husband of the late Bertha Mather McPherson, father of Anne McP. Tracy, Stephen M. McPherson, and Jane McP. Nickerson. Twin brother of John W. McPherson. Grandfather of Stephen, Eugenie and Reynolds McPherson; and Storm and Sarah Nickerson. Memorial Service January 9, 2:30PM, St. Mark's Church, 111 Oenoke Ridge, New Canaan, CT. 06840. ...
He also helped bring another acclaimed series, “Lou Grant,” to television.
Mr. Reynolds carried on a long love affair with moviegoers even though his performances were often more memorable than the films that contained them.
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Scenes from a career and life of a renowned actress.
Ms. Reynolds starred in “Singin’ in the Rain,” the classic MGM musical about 1920s moviemaking, in which she held her own with Gene Kelly and Donald O’Connor.
His leadership in the early 1990s paved the way for a cease-fire with the Irish Republican Army and Loyalists, and ultimately to a peace accord.
Mr. Reynolds, who at the time of the theft was known to the police as a burglar well-connected in the London underworld, referred to the heist in a 1996 interview as “my Sistine Chapel.”
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