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Rev. David Wilkerson Dies at 79; Started Times Square Church

2011-04-29T00:30:58+0000

Mr. Wilkerson, who worked with young drug addicts and gang members in the 1950s, founded the Times Square Church to minister to the downtrodden.


Paid Notice: Deaths WILKERSON, JAMES

2000-06-14T05:00:00+0000

WILKERSON-James (Joe) Platt, died on June 8, at his home, Dover House, Chipping Camden, Gloucester, England. He was 85 years old. He died from complications caused by cancer of the spine. A graduate of Amherst College in 1937, he joined the Young & Rubicam advertising agency, where he advanced to head one of its largest clients, General Foods. In 1959, he became Senior Vice President and Director, Y&R Europe and Managing Director of the agency's London office. After leaving Young & Rubicam as an ...


Doxey Wilkerson Is Dead at 88; Educator and Advocate for Rights

1993-06-18T05:00:00+0000

Dr. Doxey A. Wilkerson, an education expert who was a leader in union, civil rights and civic causes, died yesterday at a hospital in his hometown, Norwalk, Conn. He was 88. Dr. Wilkerson, who specialized in early childhood development, served as chairman of Yeshiva University's Education Department of Curriculum and Instruction from 1963-73.


BILLY WILKERSON, TRADE PUBLISHER; Hollywood Reporter Founder Dies Also Restaurateur

1962-09-03T05:00:00+0000

Dies, 72


THOMAS WILKERSON, BRIDGE BUILDER,.DIES

1949-09-04T05:00:00+0000

Wilkerson, Thos J


END OF A "SQUARE GAMBLER."; John Wilkerson, Well Known in the West, Dies Penniless.

1899-01-15T05:00:00+0000

KANSAS CITY, Mo., Jan. 14. -- John Wilkerson, who gained a reputation throughout the West as a "square gambler," in the days when the big gambling house was a feature of every Far Western city, and whose "marble hall" was a border-day attraction in Kansas City, has died of pneumonia.


Rev. David Wilkerson Dies at 79; Started Times Square Church

2011-04-29T00:30:58+0000

Mr. Wilkerson, who worked with young drug addicts and gang members in the 1950s, founded the Times Square Church to minister to the downtrodden.


Paid Notice: Deaths WILKERSON, JAMES

2000-06-14T05:00:00+0000

WILKERSON-James (Joe) Platt, died on June 8, at his home, Dover House, Chipping Camden, Gloucester, England. He was 85 years old. He died from complications caused by cancer of the spine. A graduate of Amherst College in 1937, he joined the Young & Rubicam advertising agency, where he advanced to head one of its largest clients, General Foods. In 1959, he became Senior Vice President and Director, Y&R Europe and Managing Director of the agency's London office. After leaving Young & Rubicam as an ...


Doxey Wilkerson Is Dead at 88; Educator and Advocate for Rights

1993-06-18T05:00:00+0000

Dr. Doxey A. Wilkerson, an education expert who was a leader in union, civil rights and civic causes, died yesterday at a hospital in his hometown, Norwalk, Conn. He was 88. Dr. Wilkerson, who specialized in early childhood development, served as chairman of Yeshiva University's Education Department of Curriculum and Instruction from 1963-73.


BILLY WILKERSON, TRADE PUBLISHER; Hollywood Reporter Founder Dies Also Restaurateur

1962-09-03T05:00:00+0000

Dies, 72



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