This week’s notable deaths included a former owner of New Jersey sports teams who recently bought the Philadelphia Inquirer newspaper; an ex-New York Yankees coach who spent 60 years in Major League Baseball; and a leading black investment banker on Wall Street. Below are summaries of these and other obituaries from the past week.
Michael Stein, co-founder of Executive Monetary Management LLC, a financial advisory firm whose clients included Michael Eisner, when he was chief executive officer of Walt Disney Co., and singer Michael Bolton, has died. He was 74.
Mourners from the world of music and film as well as those from around the block came to pay tribute to singer Whitney Houston at the New Jersey church where she sang as a girl and where her family came yesterday to bury her.