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The Paley Center for Media will honor the composer and author Mary Rodgers, who died in June; Ms. Rodgers wrote musicals including “Once Upon a Mattress.”
Ms. Rodgers, born into American musical theater royalty, composed the music for “Once Upon a Mattress” and wrote the novel “Freaky Friday.”
The influential chef at San Francisco’s Zuni Café was known for presenting dishes that were simultaneously rustic and urbane.
Ms. Rodgers, a leading voice of the Black Arts Movement of the 1960s and ’70s, wove feminism, black militancy and spirituality into her work.
RODGERS--Elizabeth Anne (Reardon), of Briarcliff Manor, NY. December 22nd, 2006. Beloved wife of the late Charles E. Rodgers. Loving mother of Marguerite Greenfield of Short Hills NJ, Elizabeth A. Rodgers of Watertown, MA, Kathleen Zutter of New York, NY, Charles E. Rodgers III of Briarcliff Manor, NY, William R. Rodgers of Newton, MA, and Sara E. Rodgers of Mt. Kisco, NY. Graduate of Girls Latin School, Boston 1934 and Wellesley College 1938. Donations may be made in Lib's name to the Carmelite ...
RODGERS--James Beall. The entire St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center family joins with the physicians and staff of the Department of Surgery, in acknowledging with sadness the passing of our dear friend and colleague, James Beall Rodgers, M.D., world-renowned surgeon and former senior attending physician at Roosevelt Hospital. To the entire Rodgers family and to all who loved him, we extend our heartfelt condolences. Richard F. Daines, M.D. President & CEO George J. Todd, M.D. Chairman, Dept. o ...
RODGERS -- James Beall, M.D. Died in Englewood, NJ on March 9, 2005. He was educated at the University of Virginia where he received his M.D.. He completed his surgical training in New York at Columbia University and Bellevue Hospitals. He was a senior attending surgeon at St. Luke's - Roosevelt Hospital and was in private practice in New York until his retirement in 1991. He was a nationally recognized watercolorist and a signature member of various watercolor societies. He is survived by his w ...
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NEWTON-Anne Rodgers Walker. On May 26, 2002, at her home in Rye, NY. She is survived by her children, Blake and Belle Newton of Garrison, NY, Anne and Roger Walther of San Francisco, CA, and Julia Newton and Michael Feibish of Los Angeles, CA; her grandchildren, Jad and Christina Dunning of San Francisco, CA, Beau and Patrick Kealy of Washington, DC, and Samuel Newton of Garrison, NY, and by one great-grandchild, Mason Dunning of San Francisco, CA. Funeral services will be held on Thursday, May ...
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