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Businessman Carl Touhey dies

Head of Orange Motor Co. who gave out millions was 95

Nancy and Carl E. Touhey stand outside Albany Medical Center’s new emergency department on Sept. 27, 1995. Philanthropist Touhey donated $2 million for the center, which was named after his late parents.
Nancy and Carl E. Touhey stand outside Albany Medical Center’s new emergency department on Sept. 27, 1995. Philanthropist Touhey donated $2 million for the center, which was named after his late parents.
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Longtime Albany business owner and philanthropist Carl E. Touhey has died at age 95. Family members said Touhey passed away Sunday at Albany Medical Center after complications from a stroke. He is survived by his wife, Nancy, and four children, Charles Touhey, Virginia Touhey, John Touhey and Lila Marie Touhey. Touhey spent much of his life as head of the Orange Motor Co. in Albany, a business founded by his father Charles Touhey in 1916. ...


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