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Celebrity Deaths

Updates posted every Monday.  From our friends at Dead or Alive Data Base.

Friday, 19 July

  Don Mossi, major leaguer (Cleveland Indians), 90.

  Cesar Pelli, architect, 92.

  Bert Rechichar, NFL football player (Baltimore Colts), 89.

Thursday, 18 July

  Ben Kinchlow, Christian minister and TV host ("The 700 Club"), 82.

  Robert Milli, actor (Adam Thorpe on "Guiding Light"), 86.

  Mitch Petrus, NFL football player (New York Giants), of heat stroke, 32.

Wednesday, 17 July

  Pumpsie Green, major leaguer (Boston Red Sox), 85.

Tuesday, 16 July

  Adam Bob, NFL football player (New York Jets), cause not reported, 51.

  Ernie Broglio, major leaguer (St. Louis Cardinals), of cancer, 83.

  Johnny Clegg, South African singer, of pancreatic cancer, 66.

  John Paul Stevens, U.S. Supreme Court Justice (1975-2010), of complications from a stroke, 99.

Monday, 15 July

  Karl Shiels, actor (Irish), apparently of natural causes, 47.

Sunday, 14 July

  Pernell "Sweet Pea" Whitaker, pro boxer (lightweight), struck by a vehicle, 55.

Charles Levin,actor (Elliott Novak on "Alice"), apparently in an accident, 70. He was last seen on 28 June and was reported missing on 8 July. His body was discovered on 13 July and identified as his on 15 July.

Saturday, 6 July

  Cameron Boyce, actor (Grown Ups), of a seizure, 20.

  Martin Charnin, musical lyricist (Annie), of complications from a heart attack, 84.

Friday, 5 July

  Lewis Lloyd, NBA basketball player (Golden State Warriors), cause not reported, 60.

Wednesday, 3 July 2019

Arte Johnson died of heart failure, age 90.

Gary Kolb, major leaguer (St. Louis Cardinals), cause not reported, 79.

Jared Lorenzen, NFL football player (New York Giants), cause not reported, 38. 

Tuesday, 2, July, 2019

Lee Iacocca, automotive visionary, age 94

Monday, 1 July

Sid Ramin, composer (West Side Story), 100. 

Tyler Skaggs, major leaguer (Los Angeles Angels), apparently of natural causes, 27. 

Wednesday, 26 June 2019

  Beth Chapman, reality TV personality ("Dog the Bounty Hunter"), of throat cancer, 51.

  Max Wright, actor (Willie Tanner on "ALF"), after a long illness, 75.

Tuesday, 25 June 2019

  Bryan Marshall, actor (The Spy Who Loved Me), 81.

Monday, 24 June 2019

  Billy Drago, actor (The Untouchables), of complications from a stroke, 73.

Sunday, 23 June 2019

  Dave Bartholomew, rock and roll songwriter ("Ain't That a Shame"), of heart failure, 100.

  Jack Rudolph, AFL football player (Boston Patriots), 81.

Saturday, 22 June

  Vince Costello, NFL football player (Cleveland Browns), 87.

Friday, 21 June

  Susan Bernard, actress (Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill!), of a heart attack, 71.

Saturday, 22 June 2019

  Judith Krantz, novelist (Scruples), 91.

Friday, 21 June 2019

  Bubba Green, NFL football player (Baltimore Colts), of cancer, 61.

  Jan Meyers, U.S. Congresswoman (R-KS, 1985-97), 90.

  Elliot Roberts, recording artist manager (Neil Young), cause not reported, 76.

Wednesday, 19 June 2019

 Peter Allan Fields, TV screenwriter ("Star Trek: Deep Space Nine"), cause not reported, 84.

Tuesday, 18 June 2019

  John Charles, NFL football player (Houston Oilers), cause not reported, 75.

Monday, 17 June 2019

  Mohamed Morsi, Egyptian president (2012-13), of a heart attack, 67.

Sunday, 16 June 2019

  Alan Brinkley, U.S. political historian (American History: A Survey), of complications from dementia, 70. He was the son of TV news anchor David Brinkley.

  Bernard Thomas, aka Bishop Bullwinkle, singer ("Hell 2 Da Naw Naw"), cause not reported, 70.

Saturday, 15 June

  Larry Foss, major leaguer (Pittsburgh Pirates), 83.

Sunday, 9 June

  Jim Pike, pop singer (The Lettermen), of complications from Parkinson's Disease, 82.


Monday, 17 June 2019

Gloria Vanderbilt, Fashion designer diedof stomach cancer, age 95.

Saturday, 15 June 2019

  Franco Zeffirelli, opera director (La Traviata), 96.

Thursday, 13 June 2019

  Pat Bowlen, football executive (Denver Broncos), cause not reported, 75.

  Sean McCann, actor (Tommy Boy), 83.

Wednesday, 12 June 2019

  Sylvia Miles, actress (Midnight Cowboy), 94.

Monday, 10 June 2019

  Sherman Utsman, auto racer (NASCAR), 87.

  Peter Whitehead, filmmaker (Tonite Let's All Make Love in London), 82.

Sunday, 9 June 2019

  Richard Shaw, aka Bushwick Bill, rapper (Geto Boys), of pancreatic cancer, 52.

Saturday, 8 June

  Frank Lucchesi, major-league manager (Texas Rangers), 92.

Monday, 3 June

  David Bergland, U.S. presidential candidate (Libertarian, 1984), of prostate cancer, 83.

Saturday, 8 June

  Frank Lucchesi, major-league baseball manager (Texas Rangers), 92.

Thursday, 6 June

  Dr. John, r.n. John Rebennack, jazz musician ("Right Place, Wrong Time"), of a heart attack, 77.

Wednesday, 5 June

  Brian Doherty, rock guitarist (Big Wreck), of cancer, 51.

  Robert Earle, game show host ("College Bowl"), 93.

  Elio Sgreccia, Roman Catholic cardinal (Rome, Italy), 90.

Tuesday, 4 June

  Billy Gabor, NBA basketball player (Syracuse Nationals), 97.

Monday, 3 June

  Paul Darrow, actor (British), after a long illness, 78.

Sunday, 2 June

  Donald M. Fraser, U.S. Congressman (D-MN, 1963-79), 95.

  Jerry Krall, NFL football player (Detroit Lions), 92.

Saturday, 1 June

  Leah Chase, chef, 96.

Friday, 31 May

  Roky Erickson, rock musician (The 13th Floor Elevators), cause not reported, 71.

Thursday, 30 May

  Thad Cochran, U.S. Senator (R, 1978-2018), of kidney failure, 81.

  Frank Lucas, drug trafficker (subject of American Gangster), 88.

  Leon Redbone, folk singer (theme to "Mr. Belvedere"), cause not reported, 69

Wednesday, 29 May

  Tony Glover, harmonica player, cause not reported, 79.

  Peggy Stewart, actress (Firebrands of Arizona), 95.

Monday, 27 May

  Bill Buckner, major leaguer (Boston Red Sox), of Lew body dementia, 69.

  Kelly Paris, major leaguer (Baltimore Orioles), of lung cancer, 61.

Sunday, 26 May

  Bart Starr, NFL football player (Green Bay Packers), after a long illness, 85.

  Daniel Wright, reality TV contestant ("The Biggest Loser"), of leukemia, 30.

Saturday, 25 May

  Claus von Bulow, murder defendant, 92.

Monday 27 May 2019

Bill Buckner, died of dementia, 69.

Thursday, 23 May 2019

  Bobby Joe Long, serial rapist and killer (Florida), from execution by lethal injection, 65.

Tuesday, 21 May 2019

  Freddie Velazquez, major leaguer (Atlanta Braves), 81.

Monday, 20 May 2019

  Andrew Hall, actor (British), cause not reported, 65.

  Niki Lauda, auto racer (Formula One), of an illness, 70.

Wednesday, 15 May

  Bobby Diamond, actor (Joey Newton on "Fury"), of cancer, 75.


Monday, 13 May

  Doris Day, actress died today, age 97.

Saturday, 11 May

  Cesar Barron, aka Silver King, luchador, of a heart attack, 51.

  Peggy Lipton, actress (Julie Barnes on "The Mod Squad"), of colon cancer, 72. She was an ex-wife of producer Quincy       Jones and the mother of actress Rashida Jones.

  Pua Magasiva, actor ("Power Rangers Ninja Storm"), 38.

Friday, 10 May

  Bert Cooper, pro boxer (heavyweight), of pancreatic cancer, 53.

  Dick Tomey, NFL football head coach (Arizona Wildcats), of lung cancer, 80.

Thursday, 9 May

  Freddie Starr, comedian (British), of heart disease, 76.

Wednesday, 8 May

  Jim Fowler, zoologist and TV personality ("Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom"), of

   complications from heart disease, 89.

  David Montgomery, baseball executive (Philadelphia Phillies), of cancer of the jaw, 72.

Sunday, 5 May

  Norma Miller, lindy hop dancer, of heart failure, 99.

  Barbara Perry, actress (Thelma Blackwood on "The Hathaways"), 97.

Saturday, 4 May

  MacArthur Lane, NFL football player (St. Louis Cardinals), cause not reported, 77.

Friday, 3 May

  Bob Zeman, AFL football player (San Diego Chargers), 82.

Saturday, 4 May

  Rachel Held Evans, Christian author (A Year of Biblical Womanhood), of an infection, 37.

Thursday, 2 May

  Red Kelly, NHL hockey player (Toronto Maple Leafs), 91.

  Warren Wiersbe, evangelical Protestant pastor (Moody Church in Chicago) and author (Be Real), 89.

Tuesday, 30 April

  Russ Gibb, disc jockey (Detroit, popularized the "Paul McCartney is Dead" hoax), of heart failure, 87.

  Peter Mayhew, actor (Star Wars), of a heart attack, 74.

Monday, 29 April

  Gino Marchetti, NFL football player (Baltimore Colts), 93.

  John Singleton, film director (Boyz n the Hood), of complications from a stroke, 51.

Sunday, 28 April

  Damon Keith, U.S. judge (Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals, 1977-2019), 96.

  Richard Lugar, U.S. Senator (R-IN, 1977-2013), of a neurological disorder, 87.

Saturday, 27 April

  Gene Stephens, major leaguer (Boston Red Sox), 86.

Friday, 26 April 2019

  Jessie Lawrence Ferguson, actor (Boyz n the Hood), of natural causes, 76.

  Larry "Flash" Jenkins, actor (Fletch), apparently of a heart attack, 63.

  Phil McCormack, southern rock singer (Molly Hatchet), cause not reported, 58.

Thursday, 25 April 2019

  John Havlicek, NBA basketball player (Boston Celtics), of complications from Parkinson's disease, 79.

  Manuel Lujan Jr., U.S. Secretary of the Interior (1989-93), 90.

Wednesday, 24 April 2019

  Johnny Green, AFL football player (Buffalo Bills), 81.

Tuesday, 23 April 2019

  Henry W. Bloch, tax accountant (H&R Block), 96.

  Edward Kelsey, actor (British), 88.

  Mark Medoff, playwright (Children of a Lesser God), of complications from a fall, 79.

  Johnny Neumann, NBA basketball player (Indiana Pacers), of cancer, 68.

Monday, 22 April 2019

  Andy O'Donnell, NBA basketball player (Baltimore Bullets), 94.

  John Quinn, pro wrestler, cause not reported, 77.

Sunday, 21 April 2019

  Ken Kercheval, actor (Cliff Barnes on "Dallas"), of pneumonia, 83.

Saturday, 20 April 2019

  Reggie Cobb, NFL football player (Tampa Bay Buccaneers), apparently of a heart attack, 50.

  Braulio Lara, major leaguer (Tampa Bay Rays), in an automobile accident, 30.

Wednesday, 17 April 2019

  Alan Perez, president of Peru (1985-90, 2006-11), of suicide by gunshot, 69.

Tuesday, 16 April 2019

  Bill LeCaine, NHL hockey player (Pittsburgh Penguins), 81.

  Harding "Pete" Peterson, major-league baseball player and executive (Pittsburgh Pirates), 89.

Monday, 15 April 2019

  Warren Adler, author (The War of the Roses), of liver cancer, 91.

  Owen Garriott, U.S. astronaut (Skylab 3), 88.

  Don Perry, NHL hockey coach (Los Angeles Kings), 89.

  Les Reed, pop songwriter ("It's Not Unusual"), 83.

  Joe "Terry" Terranova, rock and roll singer (Danny & the Juniors), cause not reported, 78.

Sunday, 14 April 2019

  Bibi Andersson, actress (The Seventh Seal), 83.

  Denis Dupere, NHL hockey player (Toronto Maple Leafs), cause not reported, 70.

  John MacLeod, NBA basketball coach (Phoenix Suns), of complications from Alzheimer's disease, 81.

  Dmitri Nabokov, NHL hockey player (Chicago Blackhawks), cause not reported, 42.

  Gene Wolfe, fantasy writer (The Book of the New Sun), 87.

Saturday, 13 April

  Paul Raymond, rock musician (UFO), of a heart attack, 73.

Friday, 12 April

  Forrest Gregg, NFL football player and head coach (Green Bay Packers), of complications from Parkinson's disease, 85.

  Georgia Engel, actress (Georgette Baxter on "The Mary Tyler Moore Show"), cause not reported, 70.

Thursday, 11 April

  Ian Cognito, r.n. Paul Barbieri, comedian (British), of a heart attack, 60.

  Soni Methu, TV host (CNN's "Inside Africa"), after collapsing, 34.

  Scott Sanderson, major leaguer (Montreal Expos), cause not reported, 62.

Wednesday, 10 April

  Earl Thomas Conley, country singer ("Holding Her and Loving You"), of brain disease, 77.

  Irwin Jacobs, business and NFL executive (Minnesota Vikings), of suicide by gunshot, 77. He killed his wife before committing suicide.

  Walter White, NFL football player (Kansas City Chiefs), cause not reported, 67.

Tuesday, 9 April

  Marilynn Smith, pro golfer, 89.

  Charles Van Doren, TV quiz show contestant/scandal figure ("Twenty-One"), 93.

Sunday, 7 April

  Seymour Cassel, actor (Faces), of complications from Alzheimer's disease, 84.

  Arie Irawan, pro golfer, apparently of natural causes, 28.

Saturday, 6 April

  Nadja Regin, actress (Goldfinger), 87.

 Saturday, 6 April 2019

  Jim Glaser, country singer ("You're Gettin' to Me Again"), 82.

  Ernest Hollings, U.S. Senator (D-SC, 1966-2005), 97.

Friday, 5 April 2019

  Shawn Smith, rock singer, of complications from diabetes, 53.

Thursday, 4 April 2019

  Roberta Haynes, actress (Gun Fury), 91.

  Myer Skoog, NBA basketball player (Minneapolis Lakers), 92.

Tuesday, 2 April 2019

  Kim English, dance musician ("My Destiny"), of kidney failure, 48.

Sunday, 31 March 2019

  Nipsey Hussle, r.n. Ermias Asghedom, rapper, shot (homicide), 33

Saturday, 30 March

  Billy Adams, rockabilly singer ("Rock, Pretty Mama"), cause not reported, 79.

  Tania Mallet, actress (Goldfinger), cause not reported, 77.

Saturday, 30 March

  Greg Booker, major leaguer (San Diego Padres), of melanoma, 58.


Friday, 29 March

  Jim Holt, majorleaguer (Minnesota Twins), cause not reported, 74.

  Shane Rimmer, actor (The Spy Who Loved Me), 89.


Thursday, 28 March

  Joe Bellino, AFLfootball player (Boston Patriots), 81.


Tuesday, 26 March

  Roger Charlery, aka Ranking Roger, ska musician (The Beat), of cancer, 56.

  Paul Dawkins, NBAbasketball player (Utah Jazz), cause not reported, 61.


Monday, 25 March

  Ordell Braase, NFL football player (Baltimore Colts), 87.

  Cal Ramsey, NBAbasketball player (St. Louis Hawks), after a long illness, 81.

  Jerry Schypinski, major leaguer (Kansas City Athletics), 87.


Sunday, 24 March

  Michael Lynne, film executive (New Line Cinema) and producer (The Lord of the Rings),cause not reported, 77.

  Joseph Pilato, actor (Day of the Dead), cause not reported, 70.


Saturday, 23 March

  Clem Daniels, AFLfootball player (Oakland Raiders), 83.


Friday, 22 March

  Scott Walker, popsinger and avant-garde musician (The Walker Brothers), cause not reported, 76. 

Saturday, 23 March 2019

  Larry Cohen, horror filmmaker(It's Alive), apparently of natural causes, 77.


Friday, 22 March 2019

  Keyonta Marshall, NFL footballplayer (Philadelphia Eagles), cause not reported, 37.


Thursday, 21 March 2019

  Mike Cofer, NFL footballplayer (Detroit Lions), after a long illness, 58.


Wednesday, 20 March 2019

  Ransom "Randy" Jackson, major leaguer (Chicago Cubs), 93.


Tuesday, 19 March 2019

  Chuck Harmon, major leaguer(Cincinnati Redlegs), 94.


Monday, 18 March 2019

  Roger Kirby, pro wrestler(National Wrestling Alliance), of pneumonia, 79.


Sunday, 17 March 2019

  Bill Burlison, U.S.Congressman (D-MO, 1969-81), 88.

  David White, pop songwriter("At the Hop"), cause not reported, 79.

  Andre Williams, R&B singer("Bacon Fat"), of colon cancer, 82.

Saturday, 16 March

  Dick Dale, surftguitarist ("Misirlou"), 82.

  Richard Erdman, actor (Stalag 17), 93.

  Tom Hatten, TVhost (KTLA-TV in Los Angeles), 92.

Friday, 15 March

  Lam Jones, trackathlete and NFL football player (New York Jets), of myeloma, 60.  W. S. Merwin,poet, of natural causes, 91.

Thursday, 14 March

  Birch Bayh, U.S.Senator (D-IN, 1963-81), of pneumonia, 91.

  Godfried Danneels, Roman Catholic cardinal (Belgium), 85.

  Jake Phelps, skateboarder and magazine editor (Thrasher), cause not reported, 56.

  Charlie Whiting,auto racing director (Formula One), of a pulmonary embolism, 66.


Wednesday, 13 March

  Frank Cali, organized crime figure (Gambino family in New York City), shot (homicide), 53.

  Harry Hughes, governor of Maryland (D, 1979-87), 92.

  Leroy Stanton, major leaguer (California Angels), in a single-vehicle automobile accident, 72.


Tuesday, 12 March

  Alberto Lois,major leaguer (Pittsburgh Pirates), cause not reported, 62.

  Tom K. Ryan, cartoonist ("Tumbleweeds"), 92 or 93.


Monday, 11 March

  Hal Blaine, popdrummer (The Wrecking Crew), 90.

  Jim Raman, reality TV contestant ("The Amazing Race"), apparently of naturalcauses, 42.


Sunday, 10 March

  Russell Gary, NFLfootball player (New Orleans Saints), of a heart attack, 59.

  Eric Moss, NFLfootball player (Minnesota Vikings), cause not reported, 44.


Saturday, 9 March

  Jed Allan, actor (C.C. Capwell on "Santa Barbara"), 84.

  Harry Howell, NHL hockey player (New York Rangers), 86.

  Johnny Thompson, aka The Great Tomsoni, magician, 84

  Joe Auer, AFL football player (Buffalo Bills), of natural causes, 77.

  Kevin Ward, major leaguer (San Diego Padres), of brain cancer, 57. 

Friday, 8 March

  Marshall Brodien, magician (TV Magic Cards commercials), with Alzheimer's disease, 84.

  Cedrick Hardman, NFL football player (San Francisco 49ers), cause not reported, 70.
  Kelly Catlin, track cyclist, of suicide (no details reported), 23.

  Nate Ramsey, NFL football player (Philadelphia Eagles), cause not reported, 77.

Thursday, 7 March

  Dick "The Destroyer" Beyer, pro wrestler, 88.

  Ralph Hall, U.S. Congressman (D-TX, 1981-2004; R-TX, 2004-15), 95.

  Dan Jenkins, sportswriter (Sports Illustrated), 89.

  Dick Nichols, U.S. Congressman (R-KS, 1991-93), 92.

  Carmine Persico, organized crime figure (Colombo family of New York City), of complications from diabetes, 85.

Monday, 4 March

  Juan Corona, serial murderer (California), of natural causes, 85.

  Keith Flint, electronic rock singer (The Prodigy), of suicide (no details reported), 49.

  Ted Lindsay, NHL hockey player (Detroit Red Wings), 93.

  Christopher Pallies, aka King Kong Bundy, pro wrestler (World Wrestling Federation), cause not reported, 61.

  Luke Perry, actor (Dylan McKay on "Beverly Hills, 90210"), of a stroke, 52

Saturday, 2 March 2019

  Janice Freeman, reality TVcontestant ("The Voice"), of a blood clot, 33.


Friday, 1 March 2019

  Eusebio Pedroza, pro boxer,62.


Thursday, 28 February 2019

  Stephan Ellis, rock bassist(Survivor), cause not reported, 69.

  Andre Previn, composer and conductor, 89


Wednesday, 27 February 2019

  Doug Sandom, rock drummer (TheWho), 89.

  Nathaniel Taylor, actor (Rolloon "Sanford and Son"), of a heart attack, 80.


Tuesday, 26 February 2019

  Andy Anderson, rock drummer(The Cure), of cancer, 68.


Monday, 25 February 2019

  Mark Hollis, new wave musician(Talk Talk), after a brief illness, 64.

  Lisa Sheridan, actress (LarkinGroves on "Invasion"), cause not reported, 44.


Sunday, 24 February 2019

  Charles Craig, actor (Nightof the Living Dead), 86.

  Mac Wiseman, bluegrass singer(Foggy Mountain Boys), 93.


Saturday, 23 February 2019

  Katherine Helmond, actress (Mona Robinson on“Who’s the Boss?”), of complications from Alzheimer’s diseased, 89.

Friday, 22 February 2019

  Frank Ballance, U.S. Congressman (D-NC, 2003-04), cause not reported, 77.

  Clark James Gable, reality TV host ("Cheaters"), cause not reported, 30. He was the grandson of actor Clark Gable.

  Brody Stevens, comedian and actor (The Hangover), apparently of suicide by hanging, 48.

  Morgan Woodward, actor (Cool Hand Luke), 93.

Thursday, 21 February 2019

  Stanley Donen, film director (Singin' in the Rain), 94.

  Beverley Owen, actress (Marilyn Munster on "The Munsters"), 81.

  Peter Tork, actor/musician (The Monkees), of cancer, 77.

Wednesday, 20 February 2019

  Chelo Alonso, actress (Son of Samson), 85.

  Dominick Argento, opera composer (Postcard from Morocco), 91.

  Fred Foster, music producer (Dolly Parton), 87.

  Joe Gibbon, major leaguer (Pittsburgh Pirates), 83.

  Vinny Vella, (Jimmy Petrille on "The Sopranos"), of liver cancer, 72.

Monday, 18 February 2019

  T. J. Cunningham, NFL football player (Seattle Seahawks), shot (homicide), 46.


Tuesday, 19 February 2019

  Eric "Vicious" Johnson, rapper, of cancer, 51.

  Karl Lagerfeld, fashion designer (Chanel), 85.

  Don Newcombe, major leaguer (Brooklyn Dodgers), 92.

Sunday, 17 February 2019

  Sean Milliken, reality TV personality ("My 600-lb Life"), of an infection, 29.

Saturday, 16 February

  Ken Nordine, spoken wordrecording artist (Word Jazz), 98.


Friday, 15 February

  Bruno Ganz, actor (Downfall),cause not reported, 77.

  Gene Littler, pro golfer, 88.


Tuesday, 12 February

  Betty Ballantine, paperbackbook publisher (Ballantine Books), 99.

  Paul Cain, Pentecostalminister, of pneumonia, 89.

  W. E. B. Griffin, author (Brotherhoodof War), of cancer, 89.

  Lyndon LaRouche, U.S. presidential candidate(8 elections from 1976 to 2004), 96.

  Pedro Morales, pro wrestler(World Wrestling Associates), 76.


Monday, 11 February

  Jack Crimian, major leaguer(St. Louis Cardinals), 92.

  Harvey Scales, soul singer("Disco Lady"), of kidney failure, 76.


Sunday, 10 February

  Carmen Argenziano, actor(Jacob Carter on "Stargate: SG-1"), cause not reported, 75.

  Walter Jones, U.S. Congressman(R-NC, 1995-2019), of natural causes, 76.


Saturday, 9 February

  Bruce Williams, radio host(“The Bruce Williams Show”), 86.


Wednesday, 6 February

  Bob Massi, TV legal analyst("The Property Man" on Fox News), of cancer, 67.


Tuesday, 5 February

  George Klein, disc jockey("George Klein Original Elvis Hour"), of complications from dementia,83.

Saturday, 9 February 2019

  Salvatore Bellomo, pro wrestler (World Wrestling Federation), 67.

  Blaine Johnson, aka Cadet, rapper, in an automobile accident, 28.

  Ron W. Miller, NFL football player (Los Angeles Rams) and entertainment executive (Walt Disney Co.), 85.

  Patricia Nell Warren, novelist (“The Front Runner”), 82.

Thursday, 7 February 2019

  John Dingell, U.S. Congressman (D, 1955-2015), of prostate cancer, 92.

  Albert Finney, actor (“Erin Brockovich”), after a brief illness, 82.

  Mable Lee, jazz tap dancer, 97.

  Rocky Lockridge, pro boxer, of complications from a stroke, 60.

  Frank Robinson, major-league player (Cincinnatti Reds) and manager, of bone cancer, 83.

Tuesday, 5 February 2019

  Andre Boudrias, NHL hockey player (Vancouver Canucks), cause not reported, 75.

  Joe Presko, major leaguer (St. Louis Cardinals), 90.

  Doc Thompson, political talk radio host ("The Doc Thompson Show"), struck by a train while jogging, 49.

  Guy Webster, rock music photographer (“The Doors” album cover), of liver cancer and diabetes, 79.

Monday, 4 February 2019

  John Otho Marsh Jr., U.S. Congressman (D, 1963-71), of heart failure, 92.

Sunday, 3 February 2019

  Julie Adams, actress (“Creature from the Black Lagoon”), 92.

  Carmen Duncan, actress (Iris Wheeler on "Another World"), of cancer, 76.

  Bob Friend, major leaguer (Pittsburgh Pirates), 88.

  Kristoff St. John, actor (Neil Winters on "The Young and the Restless"), possibly of alcohol intoxication, 52.

Tuesday, 22 January

  Andrew McCullough, TV director ("The Donna Reed Show"), 94.

Monday, 21 January

  Steve Bean, actor (“Mousehunt”), of skin cancer, 58.

Saturday, 19 January

  Nathan Glazer, sociologist ("Beyond the Melting Pot"), 95.

Friday, 18 January

  John Coughlin, figure skater, of suicide (no details reported), 33.

  Glen Wood, auto racer (NASCAR), of an illness, 93.

Thursday, 17 January

  Reggie Young, pop and country guitarist (played sitar on "Hooked On a Feeling" by B. J. Thomas), 82.

  Windsor Davies, actor (British), 88.

  Mary Oliver, poet ("American Primitive"), of lymphoma, 83.

  Turk Schonert, NFL football player (Cincinnati Bengals), of a heart attack, 62.

Wednesday, 16 January

  Lorna Doom, punk rock bassist (Germs), cause not reported, 60.

Tuesday, 15 January

  Bradley Bolke, cartoon voice actor (Chumley on "Tennessee Tuxedo and His Tales"), 93.

  Carol Channing, stage actress ("Hello, Dolly!"), of natural causes, 97.

Monday, 14 January

  Eli Grba, major leaguer (Los Angeles Angels), of pancreatic cancer, 84.

Sunday, 13 January

  Bonnie Guitar, country singer ("Dark Moon"), 95. Some sources report her DOD as 12 January.

  Mel Stottlemyre, major-leage player (New York Yankees) and coach (New York Mets), of multiple myeloma, 77.

Thursday, 10 January

  Johnny Hetki, major leaguer (Cincinnati Reds), 96.

Saturday, 12 January

  Bob Kuechenberg, NFL football player (Miami Dolphins), of natural causes, 71.

Friday, 11 January

  J. D. Gibbs, auto racer (NASCAR), of a neurological disease, 49.

Thursday, 10 January

  Rick Forzano, NFL football coach (Detroit Lions), 90.

  John Michels, NFL football player (Philadelphia Eagles) and coach (Minnesota Vikings), 87.

  Ron Smith, comic book artist ("Judge Dredd"), 94.

Wednesday, 9 January

  Verna Bloom, actress ("The Last Temptation of Christ"), of complications from dementia, 80.

Monday, 7 January

  Clydie King, singer (backup for Bob Dylan), cause not reported, 75.

Sunday, 6 January

  Annalise Braakensiek, model, 46. She was found dead on 6 January with no DOD or other details reported.

  Ben Coleman, NBA basketball player (New Jersey Nets), cause not reported, 57.

  Lenny Green, major leaguer (Minnesota Twins), 86.

  Roy Hilton, NFL football player (Baltimore Colts), with dementia, 75.

  Kwamie Lassiter, NFL football player (Arizona Cardinals), of a heart attack, 49.

  William Morgan Sheppard, actor (Blank Reg on "Max Headroom"), 86.

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