Obituaries Related to "Wilkins" from New York Times Archive
Mr. Wilkins waged a decades-long war against racism as a government official, a foundation executive, a journalist, an author and a professor.
Dr. Wilkins, who studied dentistry at a time when few women did, wrote an influential textbook in 1959 that is still used worldwide.
Mr. Wilkins marketed his once nondescript northeastern Pennsylvania hotel as a libidinous Land of Love.
WILKINS--Lee G. 90, of Englewood Cliffs, NJ, on December 11, 2005. Beloved wife of the late Benjamin Wilkins. She was a practicing Psychologist/Psychoanalyst in New York City and Englewood Cliffs, NJ. One of twelve children, she is survived by her sister Mildred Lazar and brother Morton Abowitt, and devoted daughter Jane L. Wilkins, Ph.D. She also leaves a son Robert S. Wilkins, grandson and great - granddaughter, numerous nieces and nephews. Services are Tuesday, 11:30 am, at Robert Schoem's Me ...
WILKINS--Albert J., Jr. Services for Albert J. Wilkins, Jr. will be Sunday 3 PM at the Chapel of St. Vincents Hospital, 170 W. 12 St. Survived by former wife Phyllis Wilkins and children Amy and Timothy (Amanda) and friend Thomas Andrews. Memorials to American Cancer Soc.
Helen Jackson Wilkins Claytor, a pivotal figure in the racial desegregation of the Y.W.C.A. and its first African-American president, died yesterday in Grand Rapids, Mich. She was 98. Her death was announced by her son, Roger Wilkins, the Robinson professor of history and American culture at George Mason University.
Nobel Prize-winning geneticist Maurice H F Wilkins dies at age 87; photo (M)
WILKINS--Bea. To our beloved aunt, matriarch of the family. You brought warmth, love and wisdom to all of us. Forever in our hearts. Michael, Randi, Jake, Ryan
WILKINS-Paul M. On July 7, 1999, Of Jericho, Long Island. Beloved husband of Roslyn. Devoted stepfather of Susan and Karen. Cherished grandfather of Sam, Lisa, and Ira. Services today, 2PM at ''Gutterman's'', 8000 Jericho Turnpike, Woodbury, Long Island.
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