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SHERMAN--Ann (nee Hardin), 67, of Greenwich, CT and Naples, FL died December 25, 2006. She was born April 23, 1939 in St. Louis, MO, to Hord and Esther Hardin. She is survived by her husband, Michael, and her son Todd; her brother, Hord Hardin II and her sisters, Carol Davis and Lynn Waterbury. A private memorial ceremony will be held for her family and friends in Naples, and in Greenwich.
Mr. Hemsley was most famous for his role as the scrappy, nouveau riche George Jefferson on the hit 1970s sitcom.
PARSONS--Mary Sherman, passed peacefully from this world on June 2nd. Beloved sister of Todd and aunt of Brooks, Tucker, Nick and Jessica. True friend and gardener extraordinaire, she will be missed by all who knew and loved her.
In one case, discovering that autoworkers shared the same diseases, she pinpointed the cause as chemicals in the factories — not, as was thought, cigarettes.
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From the International Herald Tribune archive: General William Sherman dies in 1891.
Mr. Sherman, an early master of the T-formation, led the Giants to N.F.L. title games in his first three seasons as coach. He played quarterback for Brooklyn College and the Philadelphia Eagles.
Ms. Sherman was a free-spirited photographer who worked, raised four children and lived for 61 years in a studio penthouse above Carnegie Hall — until she was forced out in 2010.
Editta Sherman was a celebrity portraitist and longtime resident of the artists’ studios above Carnegie Hall.
William T. Sherman’s beloved son, struck down by disease in 1863, continued to haunt the general for the rest of his life.
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