Former Agency Exec Meyer Dies at 86

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NEW YORK Kingsley Newell Meyer, a longtime advertising executive who was a founding partner of the Horton, Church and Goff agency, died at Norwalk Hospital in Connecticut on April 20 from complications of pneumonia, his family said. He was 86.

The Providence, R.I., shop, which he joined in 1958 (rising to president by 1976) grew to become one of the largest in the state.

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