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Paid Notice: Deaths WOLFE, ANDREW DOUGHERTY

1999-12-05T05:00:00+0000

WOLFE-Andrew Dougherty. December 2, 1999 in Pittsford, NY. Founder of Wolfe Publications. He is survived by his wife, Vivienne Tellier Wolfe; children Amy Wentworth Wolfe of North Cohocton, NY; Meg W. (Scott) Lucas of Rochester, NY; Andrew D. (Jaymie) Wolfe Jr. of Wakefield, MA; John S. (Michelle) Wolfe of Chandler, AZ; brother C. Holmes (Susie) Wolfe of Pittsburgh, PA; sister-inlaw Peggy Wolfe of Naples, FL; father and mother-in -law George A. and Margarita Tellier of Fair Lawn, NJ; 13 grandchi ...


Linda Wolfe, 87, Dies; Wrote of ‘Preppie Murder’ and Other Crimes

2020-02-27T23:33:00+0000

She probed the psychology of mostly upper-class perpetrators, saying their personal histories interested her more than the crimes themselves.


Gene Wolfe, Acclaimed Science Fiction Writer, Dies at 87

2019-04-19T18:38:59+0000

His four-book series “The Book of the New Sun” is considered one of the major works of the genre.


Tom Wolfe, 88, ‘New Journalist’ With Electric Style and Acid Pen, Dies

2018-05-15T14:54:31+0000

He wrote “The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test,” “Bonfire of the Vanities” and “The Right Stuff,” and pioneered a novelistic form of journalism in the 1960s and ’70s.


Leslie Wolfe, Who Pursued Equality for Women, Dies at 74

2017-12-09T00:02:48+0000

Ms. Wolfe sought AIDS treatment for women in the 1980s and researched gender and racial bias on the SAT exam as head of a think tank.


Steve Wolfe, a Painter of Books by Their Covers, Dies at 60

2016-06-11T04:44:38+0000

Mr. Wolfe was best known for creating trompe l’oeil portraits of well-loved titles by Chandler, Proust and Joyce.


Janet Wolfe, Gothamite on a First-Name Basis With Her Era, Dies at 101

2015-12-08T01:41:00+0000

Known to readers of The New Yorker’s “Talk of the Town” department simply as “our friend Janet,” the longtime executive director of the New York City Housing Authority Symphony was equal parts Holly Golightly, Auntie Mame and Mehitabel.


Digby Wolfe, ‘Laugh-In’ Writer, Dies at 82

2012-05-09T03:07:34+0000

Mr. Wolfe, who got his start at the BBC, went on to help start up a zany American comedy.


Paid Notice: Deaths WOLFE, ANDREW DOUGHERTY

1999-12-05T05:00:00+0000

WOLFE-Andrew Dougherty. December 2, 1999 in Pittsford, NY. Founder of Wolfe Publications. He is survived by his wife, Vivienne Tellier Wolfe; children Amy Wentworth Wolfe of North Cohocton, NY; Meg W. (Scott) Lucas of Rochester, NY; Andrew D. (Jaymie) Wolfe Jr. of Wakefield, MA; John S. (Michelle) Wolfe of Chandler, AZ; brother C. Holmes (Susie) Wolfe of Pittsburgh, PA; sister-inlaw Peggy Wolfe of Naples, FL; father and mother-in -law George A. and Margarita Tellier of Fair Lawn, NJ; 13 grandchi ...


Linda Wolfe, 87, Dies; Wrote of ‘Preppie Murder’ and Other Crimes

2020-02-27T23:33:00+0000

She probed the psychology of mostly upper-class perpetrators, saying their personal histories interested her more than the crimes themselves.



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