Baehr, Elizabeth O'Hara Elizabeth O'Hara Baehr passed away on Sept. 12, 2014. She was born on Dec. 5, 1915, in Janesville, to Patrick J. O'Hara and Mary Ann Regan O'Hara. madison.com September 16, 2014.
A Life Lived: Michael D. O'Hara, 1960-2007 Executive was a pioneer at Thomson Michael D. O'Hara changed the way Indianapolis looks. That's true, as well, for the entire United States and large parts of the world. Those small, gray satellite TV dishes on roofs and apartment balconies that snatch digitally encoded signals from a satellite -- he was largely responsible for their existence and for shaking up the cable TV industry. O'Hara led the Thomson Consumer Electronics team that developed those 18-inch dishes and the digital receiver for RCA's DirecTV Digital Satellite System. Introduced in 1994 in Jacksonville, Miss., to see how consumers would respond, it reigned as the most successful consumer electronics product in history until DVD players came along. Mr. O'Hara was 46 when he died of cancer Thursday at St. Vincent Hospital. Mr. O'Hara and his wife, Diane, attended the same grade school and high school in New Jersey but first dated in Mr. O'Hara's senior year at Montclair (N.J.) State University in 1982. They had been married 21 years. Mr. O'Hara joined Thomson in 1987, when GE was acquired. Indianapolis Star, IN, March 31, 2007.
Thomsons OHara Dies at 46 Michael D. OHara, a longtime top executive with Thomson who led the launch of the DirecTV Digital Satellite System in 1994, passed away Thursday after a short illness. He was 46 years old. Mike will always be known for his incredible energy and the joy with which he lived his life, Thomson Senior Executive Vice President Al Arras said in a statement. We have a lost a powerful and loving colleague, and a rare man who could assemble the right team to tackle nearly any task. OHara, who got his start in the business at General Electric, came to Thomson in 1982 and stayed for 24 years. He served as executive vice president of worldwide sales and marketing from 2000 to 2006, when he left the company to head his own consulting firm in Indianapolis, Summus Ventures. OHara is survived by his wife, Diane, and three children. Dealerscope, PA, March 30, 2007.
Longtime Thomson Exec Mike OHara (Photo) Dead At 46 Michael D. OHara, 46, who served 24 years with Thomson and RCA and led the successful launch of the RCA DirecTV Digital Satellite System in 1994, has died after a brief bout with cancer ... OHara left Thomson last year to form Summus Ventures, a consulting firm based here whose clients included EchoStar. Twice, MA, March 29, 2007.
Funeral of student Ryan M. O'Hara (Photo) set Feb. 17 The University of Delaware will provide transportation for students interested in attending the funeral of Ryan M. O'Hara, a UD junior who died Feb. 12 in a car accident. Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10:30 a.m., Saturday, Feb. 17, at St. Charles Borromeo RC Church, 176 Stage Coach Rd., Sicklerville, N.J. Mr. O'Hara, 20, was a history education major, with a minor in German. He also was active in the University's Marching and Symphonic band and served as a resident assistant for two years. Donations in Mr. O'Hara's memory may be made to the University of Delaware Marching Band, Development Office, George Evans House, University of Delaware, Newark, DE 19716. UDaily, DE, February 14, 2007.
Saying goodbye to Thornbury teen: The funeral service for 17 year old Michael O'Hara was held Friday The town of the Blue Mountains has said goodbye to the fifth and final teenager killed after a horrific car crash near Meaford last Friday. Family and friends packed into the Beaver Valley Community Centre to pay their respects and to share their stories of O'Hara. O'Hara was described by many as adventurous, always wearing a grin and a team leader on and off the ice. He was an avid hockey player, and always up to the challenge ... O'Hara died of his injuries in a Toronto hospital on Monday night. Bayshore Broadcasting News Centre, Canada, January 27, 2007.
The last teen -- Michael Robert Maxwell O'Hara -- is laid to rest Michael Robert Maxwell O'Hara, whose 18th birthday would have been on Feb. 16, was driving his four buddies when his SUV went out of control on a curve on Hwy. 26 near Christie Beach and was T-boned by a van. ... Jim O'Hara said his eldest boy, Mike, known as "Chubbs," would tell everyone "do not dwell on the past, look to the future and all the good times ahead." Braving emotions in the Beaver Valley Community Hall, he also quoted a favourite saying of his fun-and sports-loving first-born: "Take off your clown shoes and chill." The grieving dad got a big response after asking for the teen's favourite show of support -- "thumbs up!" He ended with his son's choicest farewell: "Peace out," then added "We love you, Chubbs." Toronto Sun, Canada, January 27, 2007.
Mary O'Hara Torrence, homemaker, died December 2, 2006 Mary O'Hara Torrence, 85, of Remington, formerly of Frederick, Md., and Ocean Pines, Md., died Dec. 2 at Blue Ridge Christian Home, Bealeton. She was born Jan. 13, 1921, in Syracuse, N.Y., to the late Harry John O'Hara and Mary Ellen McNeil O'Hara. Fauquier Times-Democrat, VA, December 13, 2006.
Audrey Federer O'Hara, 80, and her husband, William O'Hara, 83, die within one day of each other The Bellevue couple, married for 57 years, died within one day of each other last week. Audrey O'Hara died Sept. 13 at Carmel Manor Nursing Home, where she and her husband resided. William O'Hara had been put into St. Elizabeth Hospice a week earlier. He died there a day after his wife, on Sept. 14. The couple's son, Tim O'Hara, said that during the Depression, his father moved from Cincinnati to Bellevue. The two met while on a double date in their 20s, he said. Cincinnati Enquirer, OH, September 17, 2006.
Obituaries: Elizabeth M. O'Hara Funeral services for Elizabeth M. O'Hara, 85, of Willoughby, a homemaker, will be 9:30 a.m. Saturday at St. Mary Magdalene Church, 460 E. 321 St., in Willowick. Mrs. O'Hara died Dec. 13, 2005, at Manor Care Nursing Home in Willoughby. Born Oct. 20, 1920, in Cleveland, she lived in Willowick for 44 years before moving to Willoughby five years ago ... Survivors are her husband of 58 years, Francis; children, Kathleen (Ken) Simone of Georgia, Marlene (Mike) Cefaratti of Arizona, MaryBeth (Charlie) Malta of Willowick and Mark (Janet) O'Hara of Munson; 13 grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; and sisters, Josephine Minello of Wickliffe and Mildred Richards of Florida. Her son, Francis Jr.; brothers, Joseph and Donald Furlan; sister, Frances Peel; and parents, Frances and Joseph Furlan, are deceased. News-Herald.com, OH, December 14, 2005.
In Memory of Hazel O'Hara (April 14, 1922 June 1, 2004) The Family of Robert and Hazel (Salvatore) O'Hara has its roots in Youngstown, Ohio. Includes a tribute by Brendan O'Hara.
Marion O'Hara Lyons, 87, of Columbus, died Friday at home Born in Trenton, Mrs. Lyons was a longtime Pennington area resident before moving to Columbus 10 years ago. She was a member of St. Matthew's Episcopal Church in Pennington and the Girls Friendly Society of the Episcopal Church. She received her bachelor's degree from Rider University and was retired from the State of New Jersey, Department of Transportation, as an executive secretarial assistant. Predeceased by her parents, William A. and Jennie Harvey O'Hara and her husband, Joseph P. Lyons, she is survived by a daughter, Karen Lyons Miller; a brother, Donald O'Hara; and three grandchildren, Keara J., Leah M. and Winston J. Sauber. Hopewell Obituaries, Hopewell Valley News, NJ, September 27, 2005.
Donations accepted from Tracey O'Hara garden memorial Recently the Balch School Community (Norwood, MA) lost a wonderful teacher and friend. Ms. Tracey O'Hara of Sharon died unexpectedly Feb. 23 at the age of 25. She was loved by faculty, students and parents and respected as an enthusiastic, warm teacher who worked tirelessly with students to improve their reading skills. She graduated from Sharon High in 1997. The Balch School has decided to remember Tracey by creating a garden space in her honor. Sharon Advocate, MA, April 1, 2005.
Flight Lieutenant Pat O'Hara has died aged 91 O'Hara was a navigator in one of the most remarkable examples of combat between an RAF heavy bomber and German night fighters in the Second World War ... Arthur Patrick O'Hara was born on November 8 1913 at Bradford in West Yorkshire ... he volunteered for the RAF at the end of 1940. Considered, at 27, too old to be a pilot, he was accepted for navigator training ... O'Hara flew 10 operations, including the first 1,000-bomber raid on Cologne ... In September 1946 O'Hara was appointed to be a navigator in the King's Flight ... At the end of 1947, he left the RAF to become an air traffic controller with the Civil Aviation Authority. After appointments at Liverpool and Manchester airports, O'Hara became a radar consultant at the headquarters of the CAA in London. He finally retired in 1974 ... died on January 22. Telegraph.co.uk, UK, January 31, 2005.
Larger than life: Patrick OHara (October 19, 1919-June 21, 2004) Goodbye, Patrick, whispers Gloria Olsen of St. Petersburg as she touches the grave of her brother Patrick OHara, wrestler, paratrooper, tough guy, gentle man. St. Petersburg Times, FL, July 3, 2004.
Sister Madeline O'Hara died Jan. 20 in Delhi Township, OH - Sister of Charity of Cincinnati Madeline O'Hara taught at several Greater Cincinnati schools and was an office clerk at Seton High School in Price Hill in the early 1980s. She also worked in the gift shop at Good Samaritan Hospital until a few years ago. Sister Madeline died Jan. 20 at Mother Margaret Hall Nursing Home in Delhi Township. She was 79. Born Madeline Rita O'Hara in Detroit in 1924, she was formerly known as Sister Virginia Mary O'Hara. Sister Madeline was a Sister of Charity for 59 years. Sister of Charity Annina Morgan said,"She always had a smile on her face and made sure others enjoyed life, too." After earning a bachelor's degree from the Athenaeum of Ohio in Cincinnati, Sister Madeline received a master's in education from the University of Dayton and a master's in mathematics from the University of Detroit. She taught at St. Lawrence in Price Hill (1947-52), St. Martin de Porres in Lincoln Heights (1952-53), Holy Trinity in Middletown (1958-59), St. John the Baptist in Harrison (1959-60) and St. Albert in Kettering (1963-65). Survivors include a sister, Kay Barrus of Detroit; and two brothers, Wendell Thomas O'Hara of Cleveland and Andrew O'Hara of Houghton Lake, Mich. Cincinnati Enquirer, OH, February 3, 2004.
Dr. Patrick O'Hara Passes Dr.O'Hara lost his fight with Lou Gehrig's Disease on Monday. 30 years ago, he and a group of emergency room physicians worked on ways to improve emergency care. That led to the training of the first Emergency Medical Technicians for ambulance calls. ... O'Hara developed an EMT training program, and his work led emergency rooms across the country to go to 24-hour staffing. A funeral Mass for O'Hara was held this morning at St. Vincent DePaul Church in Vestal. WBNG.com, NY, December 11, 2003.
Edwin J. O'Hara (1923-1942) The New York Chapter of the American Merchant Marine Veterans is named in memory of Cadet-Midshipman Edwin J. O'Hara. Site includes photograph of Cadet O'Hara from: We'll Deliver: Early History of the United States Merchant Marine Academy, 1938-1956.
James Loyd O'Hara, John Patrick O'Hara, Robert Charles O'Hara are listed on the The Virtual Wall. A Digital Legacy Project of Remembrance.
Brian O'Hara (1942-1999) from 'Fuller Up The Dead Musician Directory'. Brian O'Hara, from Liverpool, England, was singer and guitarist with the sixties 'Merseybeat' pop group.
Patsy O'Hara (1957-1981) from from Derry city, Northern Ireland, died at 11.29 p.m. on Thursday, May 21, 1981 after a sixty-one day hunger-strike.
Ward W. O'Hara (1918-1997) known as "The Story Teller", was founder of the Ward W. O'Hara Agricultural Museum of Emerson Park, Cayuga County, New York; the Museum features farm and home implements of all kinds that revolutionized the American Way Of Life.
Bryan Michael O'Hara was born June 26 1959 and died as the result of a tragic accident on May 30, 1975.
Vernon "Butch" O'Hara (1920-1999) from Pembina, North Dakota passed away on Thursday, August 12, 1999. He was 79 years old at the time of his death. Charles Vernon O'Hara was born on July 17, 1920, the son of Frank and Gertrude (Wills) O'Hara, at Pembina, North Dakota. He married Leona Bill on June 1, 1949. Mr. O'Hara worked for Motor Coach Industries, Pembina, North Dakota. He retired in 1981. Butch is survived by his wife and four sons.
Vernon 'Butch' O'Hara (2) Obituary published Saturday, August 14, 1999.
Connie J. (Mavity) O'Hara died Sunday (July 23, 2000);She was born May 20, 1963, in Missoula, Mont. to J.D. "Doug" and Donna (Sharbono) Mavity. She married Michael O'Hara May 18, 1985, in Arkansas City, Kansas. Along with her parents and husband, survivors include: two daughters, Kelly O'Hara and Kaitlin O'Hara, both of Newton, Kansas.
Father Philibert J. O'Hara, MS (1915-1996) died March 17 at St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center, Hartford, Conn. Father O'Hara was born in Torrington, Conn., May 1, 1915, son of the late Peter and Alice Dube O'Hara. He had celebrated 50 years as a LaSalette in May, 1991 and had retired and moved to the LaSalette Hartford residence in late 1993 (From: Georgia Bulletin, March 21, 1996).
Mrs. Daisy Hanson Crawford O'Hara died (aged 87) Wednesday, Feb. 9, 2000, at DeKalb Medical Center. Augusta Chronicle Obituary of Feb. 11, 2000.
The O'Haras on TWA Flight 800 that exploded off Long Island (July 17, 1996) John O'Hara, 39, of Irvington, New York, was on TWA Flight 800 with wife Janet and daughter Caitlin. The five-time Emmy Award winner was on his last assignment as executive producer of ABC Sports, supervising coverage of the Tour de France. The couple and their daughter were survived by twins Brian and Matthew O'Hara, who had stayed home with their grandparents (CNN Report).
Jack O'Hara an Emmy Award-winning executive producer of ABC Sports, his wife and 13-year-old daughter, were aboard the TWA jetliner that exploded off Long Island (Associated Press Report).
The faces of TWA Flight 800 Caitlin (13), Janet (39) and John O'Hara (39) died July 17, 1996.
In Memoriam: Complete List of Victims From TWA Flight 800 - as reported by the Associated Press with a Prayer for Travelers.
The Victims:..O'Hara, Caitlin, 13 O'Hara, Janet, 39 O'Hara, John, 39 Department of Outcome ~ TWA Flight 800.
Death notice of Helen B. Hassett, nee O'Hara of Westchester, IL, beloved wife of James J.; loving mother of Michael (Mary Ellen), Eileen (Curtis) May, Rita (Paul) Cynkar, Regina (Lawrence) Ofiara, Kathleen (Andrew) Xenakis and the late Mary Ann (Robert) Faitz; dearest grandmother of 16; fond sister of Sr. Mary O'Hara O.P., Beatrice (James) Hopman, Thomas, Rev. Martin O'Hara, Sr. Ann O'Hara O.P. and the late Rev. James O'Hara, Hugh (June), John, Rev. Michael O'Hara and Catherine Brannigan (Chicago Tribune, April 15, 2001).
Trombonist, educator Norman O'Hara a resident of Ligonier, Westmoreland County, PA, died from complications of multiple health problems on Tuesday, Aug. 29, 2000, in Bethlen Home, Ligonier. He was 79 (From: Pittsburgh Live, Tribune-Review).