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Paid Notice: Deaths MONTGOMERY, MARTHA WHEELER (BARKER)

2005-04-17T05:00:00+0000

MONTGOMERY -- Martha Wheeler (Barker). Age 91, in her sleep on April 5, in Fort Collins, CO. She was born April 21, 1913, daughter of Dr. John Martin Wheeler, renowned ophthalmologist, surgeon and professor of NYC, and Julia Smith Wheeler.


Lois Wheeler Snow, Critic of Human Rights Abuses in China, Dies at 97

2018-04-11T23:26:31+0000

Ms. Snow was an actress and writer whose outspoken criticism was amplified by the legacy of her husband, the journalist Edgar Snow.


Stanton Wheeler, 77, a Yale Law Professor, Dies

2007-12-11T05:00:00+0000

Mr. Wheeler, a professor at Yale Law School made notable studies of white-collar crime, prison systems and the way judges think, but who was not a lawyer.


Lonnie Wheeler, 68, Dies; Helped Ballplayers Tell Their Stories

2020-07-03T22:14:04+0000

A longtime sportswriter, he collaborated with Hank Aaron, Bob Gibson and Mike Piazza on their autobiographies. “I was there,” he once said, “to make the subject more literary.”


William Wheeler, New York Mass Transit Visionary, Dies at 69

2018-10-31T15:04:55+0000

Mr. Wheeler oversaw the strategic planning that led to, among other things, the MetroCard and countdown clocks for subways and buses.


Lois Wheeler Snow, Critic of Human Rights Abuses in China, Dies at 97

2018-04-11T23:26:31+0000

Ms. Snow was an actress and writer whose outspoken criticism was amplified by the legacy of her husband, the journalist Edgar Snow.


Kenny Wheeler, Influential Sound in Jazz, Dies at 84

2014-09-22T03:45:45+0000

Critics hailed the ingenuity of Mr. Wheeler’s compositions, which were unfailingly melodic but often veered in unexpected directions, and the understated grace of his playing style.


Paid Notice: Deaths MONTGOMERY, MARTHA WHEELER (BARKER)

2005-04-17T05:00:00+0000

MONTGOMERY -- Martha Wheeler (Barker). Age 91, in her sleep on April 5, in Fort Collins, CO. She was born April 21, 1913, daughter of Dr. John Martin Wheeler, renowned ophthalmologist, surgeon and professor of NYC, and Julia Smith Wheeler.


Lois Wheeler Snow, Critic of Human Rights Abuses in China, Dies at 97

2018-04-11T23:26:31+0000

Ms. Snow was an actress and writer whose outspoken criticism was amplified by the legacy of her husband, the journalist Edgar Snow.


Stanton Wheeler, 77, a Yale Law Professor, Dies

2007-12-11T05:00:00+0000

Mr. Wheeler, a professor at Yale Law School made notable studies of white-collar crime, prison systems and the way judges think, but who was not a lawyer.



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Charles V. Hamilton, an Apostle of ‘Black Power,’ Dies at 94

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