Obituaries Related to "Rowland" from New York Times Archive
Dr. Rowland, who had a special interest in A.L.S., or Lou Gehrig’s disease, refused to be interrogated by investigators in the McCarthy era.
Dr. Rowland’s research led to protocols that ultimately forced the automotive industry to abandon ozone-depleting refrigerants for air-conditioning systems.
Dr. Rowland’s discovery of the danger to the ozone layer presented by chlorinated fluorocarbons in aerosols was met with disdain, but the research later won him a Nobel Prize.
Mr. Rowland’s invention, which was an alternative to the folding chair, made it possible to store many chairs in a small space.
Rowland B. Wilson, whose watercolor cartoons were instantly recognizable to readers of Playboy, The Saturday Evening Post, Esquire and The New Yorker, died on June 28 at Scripps Memorial Hospital in Encinitas, Calif. He was 74 and lived in La Costa, Calif. The cause was heart failure, his daughter Megan Wilson said in a statement. His sketches for a new cartoon for Playboy were on his drawing board when he died, she said.
McMAHON-Mary Veronica (nee Rowland). Age 91. On March 30th, 2003. Peacefully after a long illness. Formerly of Riverdale, N.Y. and Miami Shores, FL. Beloved wife of the late Daniel McMahon. She is survived by her daughter Marita, son and daughterin-law Daniel and Mary and two grandchildren Evelina and Edward. Also survived by loving members of the Rowland and Jordan families. Visitation Tuesday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9PM at McMahon, Lyon and Hartnett Funeral Home, Inc, 491 Mamaroneck Ave, White Plains, ...
PERRY-Albert Rowland. Died peacefully on December 17, 2001 in Sarasota, Florida, following a long illness. Born in Toledo, Ohio, he had resided in Riverdale, Bronx, New York since 1951. Mr. Perry was an attorney-at-law and retired as Senior Vice PresidentInternational of Precision Valve Corporation in Yonkers, NY. He attended The University of Michigan Law School and graduated from the University of Toledo. He was a member of the Fornoff Law Society. He dedicated four years to the service of his ...
ROWLAND-Malcolm B., 69, of Verona, NJ, on April 5. Graduate of The Hill School & Yale University '53, Lieutenant USN Civil Engineer Corps, principal engineer, Ebasco Services, Inc., New York City. Private memorial service on April 8. Survived by wife, Alaine T.; daughters, Emily T.R. Malone and Dr. Anne M. Rowland; a sister, three granddaughters, and four nieces. Contributions may be sent to The Point O'Woods Yacht Squadron, Point O'Woods, LI, NY 11706.
Roland (Tiny) Rowland, British business tycoon dies at age 80; photo (M)
ROWLAND-Ann Fredrica (Freddie). Loving and beloved wife of Jere for 47 years. Died unexpectedly after a brief illness. Former teacher, educational test specialist, active member of St. Luke's Church, Darien CT. Devoted mother of Janet Chakwin, Ann Louise Rosensohn, loving sister of Ruth Morgan Galula, Miriam Morgan Barlett, caring and loving grand mother of Emily, Nicholas, Zachary, Sally and Trevor. Service Saturday, 1 PM, St. Luke's Church, Darien. In lieu of flowers, family requests donation ...
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