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Obituaries Related to "Walton" from New York Times Archive


Paid Notice: Deaths ELLISON, WALTON DARRELL

2006-12-29T05:00:00+0000

ELLISON--Walton Darrell. Died on December 28, at the age of 81. Beloved husband of the late Ruth, he is survived by his son Kevin and three grandchildren. Professor of Physics at The Cooper Union, he was both intelligent and kind. He was the best father one could have.


Kenneth Walton, F.B.I.’s Bold New York Face in the ’80s, Dies at 76

2016-06-17T00:40:49+0000

Mr. Walton, who mixed the flair of a central-casting G-man with the nerve to defy rigid protocol, was the bureau’s public face in cases involving a Tylenol poisoning scare and a Brink’s truck robbery.


Shirley Walton Fischler, Hockey Writer Who Broke a Barrier, Dies at 74

2014-05-24T02:24:45+0000

In 1971, Ms. Fischler became the first woman allowed to report on hockey games from the Madison Square Garden press box.


Cedar Walton, Pianist and Composer, Dies at 79

2013-08-21T02:40:44+0000

Mr. Walton often said he preferred the role of accompanist to that of bandleader.


Helen Walton, Matriarch of Wal-Mart Family, Dies at 87

2007-04-21T04:00:00+0000

Helen Robson Walton’s husband, Sam Walton, founded Wal-Mart Stores and relied on her for advice.


Paid Notice: Deaths ELLISON, WALTON DARRELL

2006-12-29T05:00:00+0000

ELLISON--Walton Darrell. Died on December 28, at the age of 81. Beloved husband of the late Ruth, he is survived by his son Kevin and three grandchildren. Professor of Physics at The Cooper Union, he was both intelligent and kind. He was the best father one could have.


Paid Notice: Deaths WALTON, RACHEL MELLON

2006-03-14T05:00:00+0000

WALTON--Rachel Mellon. Died peacefully at her home in Pittsburgh on March 2, 2006, in her 107th year. She was the daughter of Mary Taylor and William Larimer Mellon, founder of Gulf Oil Corporation. Mrs. Walton was a supporter of many community efforts including the Carnegie Museum of Art, The Women's Center and Shelter of Greater Pittsburgh, The Children's Institute, The Garden Club of Allegheny County, The Crisis Hot Line, and the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra whose Concertmaster Chair is endo ...


Paid Notice: Deaths WALTON, MARY B.

2006-02-08T05:00:00+0000

WALTON--Mary B. Of Griswold, CT, on February 6, in her 92nd year. An environmental activist and teacher, she will be deeply missed by her daughter Joan, stepdaughter Joan, grandchildren Robert, Matthew, Joseph and Joanne, all her great-grandchildren and multitude of loving friends. In lieu of flowers, donations to Avalonia Land Conservancy Inc., PO Box 49, Old Mystic, CT. 06372.


Paid Notice: Deaths ELLISON, WALTON DARRELL

2006-12-29T05:00:00+0000

ELLISON--Walton Darrell. Died on December 28, at the age of 81. Beloved husband of the late Ruth, he is survived by his son Kevin and three grandchildren. Professor of Physics at The Cooper Union, he was both intelligent and kind. He was the best father one could have.


Kenneth Walton, F.B.I.’s Bold New York Face in the ’80s, Dies at 76

2016-06-17T00:40:49+0000

Mr. Walton, who mixed the flair of a central-casting G-man with the nerve to defy rigid protocol, was the bureau’s public face in cases involving a Tylenol poisoning scare and a Brink’s truck robbery.



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