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Robert Hirschfeld | Psychiatry - Weill Cornell Medicine

Also surviving John are his seven children from a previous marriage to Rita Henneman: daughters, Laura (Jesse) Hollis of Granger, Ind., Jennifer (Robert) Ryan of Framingham, Mass., and Catherine (Patrick) Murphy of Fort Wayne, Ind.; and sons, John S. (Michelle) Hirschfeld of O'Fallon, Mo., Christopher (Annette) Hirschfeld of Indianapolis, Ind., Adam (Lisa) Hirschfeld of Westfield, Ind., and Robert Hirschfeld of Chicago. Twenty-three grandchildren; and three brothers, James (Virginia, deceased) Hirschfeld of Jackson, Wyo., Jerome (Cecilia) Hirschfeld of Boise, Idaho, and Joel (Catherine) Hirschfeld of Champaign also survive.

Diocese of New Hampshire Bishop Gene Robinson, left, presents newly ordained Bishop Coadjutor Robert Hirschfeld with a crosier made from the remains of an ash tree that lived on the grounds of the White Mountain School. The two playfully go hand over hand on the staff, the way opposing sides in an impromptu baseball game determine who bats first, while Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori reacts in the background. Photo/Richard Schori

Robert Hirschfeld Obituary - Hartford, CT | Hartford Courant

  • Jens Lincke and Robert Hirschfeld. Scoping Changes in Self-supporting Development Environments using Context-oriented Programming. In Proceedings of the Workshop on Context-oriented Programming (COP) 2012, co-located with the European Conference on Object-oriented Programming (ECOOP) 2012, Beijing, China, June 11, 2012, ACM DL. (pdf)
  • May 1, 2013 Robert Hirschfeld, Journal of Applied Psychology.

    Rev. A Robert Hirschfeld, who will be consecrated, as Bishop Coadjutor of the Episcopal Diocese of New Hampshire, being interviewed at the Office of Episcopal Diocese of NH, in Concord, on Thursday. ()

    Diocese of New Hampshire Bishop Gene Robinson, left, presents newly ordained Bishop Coadjutor Robert Hirschfeld with a crosier made from the remains of an ash tree that lived on the grounds of the White Mountain School. The two playfully go hand over hand on the staff, the way opposing sides in an impromptu baseball game determine who bats first, while Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori reacts in the background. Photo/Richard Schori