Iams, Paul F. b. August 11, 1915 d. October 26, 2004 Businessman. A self-taught animal nutritionist whese premium pet foods bearing his name are sold in 70 countries. He started the Iams Food Company at a feed mill in Tipp City, Ohio in 1946, after working for several years as a dog food salesman for a grain company. He later moved his company to Dayton, Ohio and sold it to Procter and Gamble Company in 1982. Among his products were Iams Plus, one of the first meat-based dog foods, and Iams Chunks for adult dogs. Eukanuba (meaning "supreme") is...[Read More] (Bio by: Paul Theodore Riegert) Fairview Cemetery, Englewood, Montgomery County, Ohio, USA
Iams, Ross Lindsey b. April 5, 1881 d. March 29, 1952 Haitian Campaign Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient. He served as a Sergeant in the US Marine Corps, attached to U.S.S. Connecticut. On November 17, 1915, his Marine detachment was part of a concentrated attack on Caco bandits at Fort Riviere, Haiti. Approaching a breach entrance in the wall to the fort, Sergeant Iams was the first to jump through inside. Despite constant fire from the Cacos, he engaged the enemy in hand-to-hand combat until the bastion was captured. For extreme courage...[Read More] (Bio by: John "J-Cat" Griffith) Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery, San Diego, San Diego County, California, USA Plot: Section P Grave 2930 GPS coordinates: 32.4110107, -117.1467209 (hddd.dddd)
Ibáñez, Dr. Andrés b. November 30, 1844 d. May 1, 1877 Bolivian politician. Dr. Andrés Ibáñez studied law at the University of Saint Francis Xavier in Sucre, Bolivia and dedicated himself to politics and the legal profession. As Secretary of the Prefecture, he authorized the creation of the cruceña (Santa Cruz, Bolivia) flag with its green and white colors. Ibáñez was a Santa Cruz city councilman in 1868. In 1874 he was elected member of the National Parliament. He became Governor of Santa Cruz department (state) as a result of a revolution in...[Read More] (Bio by: Mike Brown) General Cemetery of Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, Bolivia
Ibáñez, Roger b. November 8, 1931 d. January 16, 2005 Spanish-French Actor. He was born in París and died in Valenton (France). Politically active against Franco's dictatorship, he triumphed in France in Tv series L'Espagnol (1967) (The Spaniard). In cinema, he is remembered for Tante Zita (1968), L'Affiche Rouge (1976), Le Pull-over Rouge (1979), La Verdad sobre el Caso Savolta (1980), Nanou (1985), El Polizón del Ulises (1987), Eskorpio (1988), La Source (1991), Les Mamies (1992), Le Pari (1997), Asfalto (2000) and Vivre Me Tou (2002). In...[Read More] (Bio by: José L Bernabé Tronchoni) Cimetière de Montparnasse, Paris, City of Paris, Ile-de-France, France
Ibáñez Menta, Narciso b. August 25, 1912 d. May 15, 2004 Awarded Spanish Stage, Television and Screen Actor. He debuted on Stage in 1919 in Teatro La Comedia of Buenos Aires. He lived and developed his career in Argentina, from 1931 to 1964. He appeared on stage in plays such as "Muerte de un Viajante" (Death of a Salesman), "Fausto," "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde," or "The phantom of the Opera." In 1964, he returned to Spain where developed a succesful career in Television. He is the father of Screenwriter and Director Narciso Ibánez Serrador. He...[Read More] (Bio by: José L Bernabé Tronchoni) Cremated, Location of ashes is unknown, Cremated at Cementerio de la Almudena (Madrid, Spain).
Ibarruri, Dolores b. December 9, 1895 d. November 12, 1989 Dolores Ibárruri Gómez, also known as La Pasionaria (the passion flower) (November 12, 1895–December 9, 1989) was a Spanish political leader. She was Secretary General of the Communist Party of Spain (PCE) (1944–1960), President of the Communist Party of Spain (1960–1989), and a member of the Cortes (1936 and 1977–1979). Born into a poor mining family in the town of Gallarta, province of Vizcaya, in the Basque Country of Spain, Ibárruri was the eighth of eleven children. She wanted to teach...[Read More] (Bio by: Gwen) Cementerio Civil, Madrid, Provincia de Madrid, Madrid, Spain
Ibbotson, Eva b. January 21, 1925 d. October 20, 2010 Author. Begining at age 50 she published a number of ghost and witch themed children's fantasy novels which were always marked by a happy ending. Born Maria Charlotte Michelle Wiesner, she was initially raised in a Vienna orphanage after her parents broke-up in 1928, but joined her father when he moved to Edinburgh, Scotland, to escape the Nazis. (Some of her relatives that arrived from Europe would later reappear as characters in her books). She graduated from Dartington Hall School and...[Read More] (Bio by: Bob Hufford) Unknown* * Find A Grave is currently seeking additional burial information for this individual. Please email with any updates you may have. Thank you!
Ibert, Jacques b. August 15, 1890 d. February 5, 1962 Composer. He wrote light, witty, colorfully orchestrated music in the spirit of "Les Six", though he was not associated with that group. His works include "Escales" (1924) and "Divertissment" (1930) for orchestra, two operettas cowritten with Arthur Honegger, "L'Aiglon" (1937) and "Les Petites Cardinal" (1938), and scores for several films, among them Rene Clair's "The Italian Straw Hat" (1927), Orson Welles' "Macbeth" (1948), and Gene Kelly's "Invitation to the Dance" (1956). Ibert...[Read More] (Bio by: Bobb Edwards) Cimetiere de Passy, Paris, City of Paris, Ile-de-France, France
ibn Abi Talib, Ali b. March 17, 600 d. January 28, 661 Religious Leader. He was born in the Kaaba sanctuary, the holiest place in Islam, and raised in the household of his cousin, the Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him). When Muhammad received his divine revelation, Ali was among the first to acknowledge it. He married Muhammad's daughter Fatimah and was Muhammad's trusted lieutenant for the ten years that he led the Muslims in Medina, taking part in almost all the battles fought to defend the new faith. After Muhammad's death his mantle of...[Read More] (Bio by: Bill McKern) Imam Ali Mosque, Najaf, An Najaf, Iraq
ibn Abi Talib, Husayn ibn Ali b. January 8, 626 d. October 10, 680 Religious Leader. The grandson of the Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him), son of Muhammad's daughter Fatima and her husband Imam Ali (Muhammad's cousin), and brother of Imam Hasan, as a young man he participated in his father's effort to succeed Muhammad as leader of the Muslim people. After his father died his brother Hasan and another claimant, Muawiyah, fought for Ali's position. Muawiyah became the leader when Hasan agreed to retire to Medina, and Imam Husayn did not object. However, when...[Read More] (Bio by: Bill McKern) Shrine of Husayn ibn Ali, Karbala, Karbala', Iraq
Ibrahim el-Hasan al-Tikriti, Barzan b. February 17, 1951 d. January 15, 2007 Iraqi Official. He was one of three half-brothers of Saddam Hussein, and the former leader of the Iraqi secret service, known as Mukhabarat. Barzan was sent by the government of Iraq to Geneva in 1988 to serve as representative to the United Nations, a post he held until 1998. Up to 1995, he handled Saddam's personal fortune. This task was then taken over by a network of foreign brokers, since Saddam had decided that no-one in Iraq could be trusted with this task. US officials characterized...[Read More] Cause of death: Execution by hanging Al-Awja Religious Compound, Al-Awja, Salah ad Din, Iraq Plot: Outside courtyard
Ibsen, Lillebil b. August 6, 1899 d. August 22, 1989 Dancer, Actress. Born Sofie Parelius Krohn in Norway, to Georg Monrad Krohn and Gyda Christensen. Her mother was instructor to the women's first National Ballet and from age five Sofie was trained as a ballet dancer, making her professional debut in "Prinsessen on erten" (1909) at the National Theatre. She then trained with Emilie Walborn in Copenhagen at the Royal Theatre, and in 1912 became a pupil of famed Russian choreographer [Read More] (Bio by: Denise) Cemetery of Our Saviour, Oslo, Oslo kommune, Oslo fylke, Norway
Ibuka, Masaru 'Genius Inventor' b. April 11, 1908 d. December 19, 1997 Ibuka was co-founder of a tiny recording company that ultimately grew to become the Sony Corporation. One of his most important contributions was to lead the Japanese charge to make their own innovative electronic products instead of simply copying what was being done in the West. He brought transistor technology to Japan, and Sony built the first Japanese transistor radio and the world's first transistorized television set. While earning his degree from the School of Science and Engineering...[Read More] (Bio by: Warrick L. Barrett) Cause of death: Heart failure Tama Reien Cemetery (Fuchu City), Tokyo, Tokyo Metropolis, Japan
Ichimada, Hisato b. 1893 Businessman. His efforts were important in helping develop Japan's economy after the Pacific War, although he mistakenly did not believe that economic development through automobile manufacturing to be beneficial. At the height of his career,Ichimada,a native of Oita, served for over eight years as governor of the Bank of Japan. During that time, he led a fund-raising campaign to which companies, organizations and people from all walks of life, Christian and non-Christian, made a great...[Read More] (Bio by: Warrick L. Barrett) Tsukijihongan-ji Temple Cemetery, Tokyo, Tokyo Metropolis, Japan