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Obituaries Related to "Rogers" from New York Times Archive


Larry Butler, Producer for Kenny Rogers, Dies at 69

2012-01-24T23:52:48+0000

Mr. Butler was the only Nashville session leader ever to win a Grammy Award for producer of the year.


Paid Notice: Deaths ROGERS, HARRIET GOULD

2006-05-19T05:00:00+0000

ROGERS--Harriet Gould. 82, passed away on Sunday, May 14, 2006 at Stone Ridge in Mystic, CT. Known as Teedie, she lived in Stonington, CT 1987-2004 and in Darien, CT 1952-1987. She was born in New York City, the daughter of Lyttleton B.P. and Isabel Howell Gould and grew up in Noroton, CT and summered in Chester Nova Scotia. A graduate of St. Catherine's School in Richmond, VA, she made her debut in Baltimore and New York. During the World War II years, she worked at Harper & Brothers Publishers ...


Paul Rogers, Shakespearean Actor and Tony Winner, Dies at 96

2013-10-15T01:26:55+0000

Mr. Rogers came to fame as a versatile Shakespearean in his native England and, in 1956, played four demanding roles in a three-month run of Shakespeare on Broadway.


David Rogers, Stage Adapter of Offbeat Material, Dies at 85

2013-06-29T18:00:49+0000

Among the works Mr. Rogers produced was the book for a musical based on “Flowers for Algernon” and plays based on “Brave New World” and “The Sting.”


Bobby Rogers, Sang in the Miracles, Dies at 73

2013-03-05T04:26:52+0000

Mr. Rogers was born in the same hospital on the same day as Smokey Robinson, with whom he harmonized in high school and in the Hall of Fame singing group the Miracles.


Paid Notice: Deaths ROGERS, HARRIET GOULD

2006-05-19T05:00:00+0000

ROGERS--Harriet Gould. 82, passed away on Sunday, May 14, 2006 at Stone Ridge in Mystic, CT. Known as Teedie, she lived in Stonington, CT 1987-2004 and in Darien, CT 1952-1987. She was born in New York City, the daughter of Lyttleton B.P. and Isabel Howell Gould and grew up in Noroton, CT and summered in Chester Nova Scotia. A graduate of St. Catherine's School in Richmond, VA, she made her debut in Baltimore and New York. During the World War II years, she worked at Harper & Brothers Publishers ...


Paul Rogers, Shakespearean Actor and Tony Winner, Dies at 96

2013-10-15T01:26:55+0000

Mr. Rogers came to fame as a versatile Shakespearean in his native England and, in 1956, played four demanding roles in a three-month run of Shakespeare on Broadway.


David Rogers, Stage Adapter of Offbeat Material, Dies at 85

2013-06-29T18:00:49+0000

Among the works Mr. Rogers produced was the book for a musical based on “Flowers for Algernon” and plays based on “Brave New World” and “The Sting.”


Bobby Rogers, Sang in the Miracles, Dies at 73

2013-03-05T04:26:52+0000

Mr. Rogers was born in the same hospital on the same day as Smokey Robinson, with whom he harmonized in high school and in the Hall of Fame singing group the Miracles.


Larry Butler, Producer for Kenny Rogers, Dies at 69

2012-01-24T23:52:48+0000

Mr. Butler was the only Nashville session leader ever to win a Grammy Award for producer of the year.



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