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Kenneth Charles Crowe, American writer. Member reporting team at Newsday that won the 1970 Pulitzer prize; recipient John Commerford award New York Labor History Association, New York City, 1994; Alicia Patterson fellow Alicia Patterson Foundation, Washington, 1974. Sergeant United States Army, 1956-1958. Member Author's Guild, Silurians, W.B Yeats Society New York.

Background

Crowe, Kenneth Charles was born on August 19, 1934 in New York City. Son of William F. and Loretta (Connolly) Crowe.

Education

Bachelor in English, Fordham University, 1956.

Career

Reporter Daily Bulletin, Endicott, New York, 1958-1960, Herald Journal, Syracuse, 1960-1963. Labor writer Newsday, Melville, 1963-1999.

Membership

Sergeant United States Army, 1956-1958. Member Author's Guild, Silurians, W.B Yeats Society New York.

Connections

Married Rae Lord, September 8, 1956. Children: Kenneth C. II, Roy, Daniel, Carol Crowe Hattler.

father:
William F. Crowe

mother:
Loretta (Connolly) Crowe

spouse:
Rae Lord

children:
Kenneth C. II Crowe

Roy Crowe

Daniel Crowe

Carol Crowe Hattler Crowe