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2019
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the United States

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Events from the year 2019 in the United States.

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Event briefs; Predicted and scheduled events[edit]

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References[edit]

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  27. ^ "US ex-cardinal Theodore McCarrick defrocked over abuse claims". BBC News. 16 February 2019. Retrieved 16 February 2019.
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  30. ^ Empire star Jussie Smollett charged with staging racist attack in 'desperate publicity stunt'
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  38. ^ Tornadoes kill at least 23 in Lee County, Alabama BBC, March 4, 2019
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  40. ^ "Lori Loughlin: US actress released on bail in college cheating scam". BBC News. 13 March 2019. Retrieved 14 March 2019.
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  46. ^ Collins, Dave (March 18, 2019). "Man linked to largest art heist in history freed from prison". AP. Retrieved March 20, 2019.
  47. ^ Folly, Aris (March 16, 2019). "New Mexico state Senate votes to replace Columbus Day with Indigenous Peoples Day". The Hill. Retrieved March 20, 2019.
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  51. ^ "National Guard called into Houston after chemical fire, residents told to stay inside". The Associated Press. March 21, 2019. Retrieved March 22, 2019.
  52. ^ "Three dead, one missing in devastating floods across U.S. Midwest". Reuters. March 18, 2019. Retrieved March 18, 2019.
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  56. ^ "Mississippi Governor Signs 'Heartbeat' Abortion Ban". Huffington Post. March 22, 2019. Retrieved March 23, 2019.
  57. ^ "Jimmy Carter just became the oldest living former president ever". CNN. March 22, 2019. Retrieved March 22, 2019.
  58. ^ "Special Counsel Mueller submits report to attorney general". NBC News. March 22, 2019. Retrieved March 22, 2019.
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  63. ^ Austrian Historian On Afghanistan Ludwig Adamec Dies
  64. ^ Former Ice Nine Kills bassist Shane Bisnett dies at 31
  65. ^ Legendary bodybuilder Ed Corney passes away
  66. ^ Former Greene Central standout Walt McKeel died Tuesday.
  67. ^ Richard Rifkind
  68. ^ Remembering Steven Schinke
  69. ^ Portland Trail Blazers Original Owner Larry Weinberg Passes Away at 92 in Los Angeles
  70. ^ Gilbert Rathbone Winham
  71. ^ Graff, Gary (January 2, 2019). "Pegi Young, Musician & Former Wife of Neil Young, Dies at 66".
  72. ^ Perry Deane Young, NC-born Vietnam War correspondent and author, has died
  73. ^ Malcolm Beard, former Hillsborough sheriff and Florida legislator, dies at 99
  74. ^ Darwin Bromley, Co-Founder of Mayfair Games, Dies at 68
  75. ^ Gerald Peter Bucheck
  76. ^ Genzlinger, Neil (January 2, 2019). "Daryl Dragon, of the Captain and Tennille Pop Duo, Dies at 76".
  77. ^ Pedersen, Erik (January 2, 2019). "Bob Einstein Dies: 'Curb Your Enthusiasm' Actor Who Created Super Dave Osborne Character Was 76". Deadline. Retrieved January 2, 2019.
  78. ^ U. S. Ambassador Theodore Edmonds Gildred Dies at 83
  79. ^ Long time South Georgia state representative Bob Hanner dies
  80. ^ MD Anderson notes passing of Waun Ki Hong – innovator, mentor, colleague
  81. ^ Longtime Chargers, NFL writer Jerry Magee dies at age 90
  82. ^ Johns Hopkins Football Coach Jim Margraff Dies At 58
  83. ^ Commissioner Kevin McIntyre dies
  84. ^ Wilson, Marianne (January 2, 2019). "Blake Nordstrom dies at 58".
  85. ^ "'Mean' Gene Okerlund, an iconic voice of pro wrestling, dies at 76". ESPN. 2 January 2019.
  86. ^ Sallee, Barrett (January 4, 2019). "Former Virginia coach and College Football Hall of Famer George Welsh dies at 85".
  87. ^ Dr. Richard C. ‘Dick’ Bradt
  88. ^ Kentucky great Bob Burrow, holder of records that might never be broken, dies at 84
  89. ^ William C. "Bill" Cochran
  90. ^ Sylvia Chase, former KRON news anchor and award-winning TV journalist, dies
  91. ^ John Falsey, Creator of Acclaimed TV Series, Is Dead at 67
  92. ^ Schudel, Matt (January 5, 2019). "Herb Kelleher, visionary co-founder and chief executive of Southwest Airlines, dies at 87".
  93. ^ Remembering William Miller
  94. ^ Guitarist Steve Ripley, Leader of the Tractors, Dead at 69
  95. ^ Thais M St Julien
  96. ^ "Bishop Hopkins Dies at 88". The Living Church. January 11, 2019.
  97. ^ Norman Birnbaum, left-wing sociologist and journalist with the Nation, dies at 92
  98. ^ McFadden, Robert D. (January 5, 2019). "Harold Brown, Defense Secretary in Carter Administration, Dies at 91".
  99. ^ SC veteran and politician Moffatt Burriss dies
  100. ^ AJCU Mourns Former President Rev. Charles L. Currie, S.J.
  101. ^ Harold Demsetz (1930-2019) -- a champion of price theory and the Economic Way of Thinking
  102. ^ Lieutenant General Leo J. Dulacki USMC (Ret)
  103. ^ Louisa Moritz dead: Bill Cosby accuser and Happy Days actress dies aged 72
  104. ^ Former Yankees, Mets hitting coach Rick Down dies
  105. ^ Nevada death row inmate Scott Dozier dies from apparent suicide
  106. ^ Drummer Alvin Fielder Dies at 83
  107. ^ Kenneth Wayne Hedberg
  108. ^ Stanley Insler, long-serving faculty member and scholar of Sanskrit
  109. ^ Peter J. Manning
  110. ^ Rudolf "Rudy" Albert Raff
  111. ^ John Said Dies at 86
  112. ^ Bernice Sandler, ‘godmother of Title IX’ who championed women’s rights on campus, dies at 90
  113. ^ Alexis Smirnoff / Michel 'Le Justice' Dubois dies
  114. ^ Bowean, Lolly (January 7, 2019). "'Captain Jack' Lyle, South Side native and one of the last surviving Tuskegee Airmen dies at 98".
  115. ^ Evans, Greg (January 12, 2019). "Jo Andres Dies: 'Black Kites' Filmmaker, Wife Of Steve Buscemi Was 64".
  116. ^ "Joseph Elliot Belmont". Aspen Mortuaries. January 15, 2019.
  117. ^ Former Minneapolis North star, ex-Gophers player Ben Coleman dies at 57
  118. ^ Dartmouth Hockey Coaching Legend George Crowe Passes Away at 82
  119. ^ Former Tigers outfielder Lenny Green dies at age 86
  120. ^ Former Baltimore Colts DE Roy Hilton Has Died
  121. ^ U-M Social Psychologist, Research Scientist and ISR Founding Member Bob Kahn dies at 100
  122. ^ Former Arizona Cardinals safety Kwamie Lassiter dies at age 49
  123. ^ ARP founder Alan R. Pearlman has died
  124. ^ Gregg Rudloff, Three-Time Oscar-Winning Sound Mixer, Dies at 63
  125. ^ Dr. Lamin Sanneh, legendary figure in religious thought and civil rights, has died at 76
  126. ^ William Morgan Sheppard Dies: ‘Star Trek’ Actor Was 86
  127. ^ Myron Thompson dies after decades as conservative stalwart in Alberta politics
  128. ^ Edwin B. "Ted" Erickson III
  129. ^ Meier, Tiffany (January 12, 2019). "Backup Singer of Bob Dylan and Ray Charles Clydie King Dies Age 75".
  130. ^ Former MD Anderson Cancer Center president dies at 82 after brain cancer battle
  131. ^ Theodore Rabb
  132. ^ Feisty Iron Range lawmaker Tom Rukavina dies at 68 after leukemia battle
  133. ^ Barbara Brown Obituary - Skokie, IL | Chicago Tribune
  134. ^ Former Penn Anthropology prof. Wendy Ashmore dies at age 70
  135. ^ Larry Langford, a charismatic politician who shaped Birmingham, dies at 72
  136. ^ Yang, Rachel (January 10, 2019). "Verna Bloom, Actress in 'Animal House,' 'High Plains Drifter,' Dies at 80".
  137. ^ Remembering Former Texas Engineering Dean Earnest F. Gloyna (1921-2019)
  138. ^ Bishop Joseph Howze dies at the age of 95
  139. ^ Jazz Musician and Buddhist Priest Joseph Jarman Dead at 81
  140. ^ Matthew Locricchio
  141. ^ Obituary of Melvin Moeschberger
  142. ^ Alan Trask, former Florida senator from Bartow, has died at 85
  143. ^ Graham, Megan (January 11, 2019). "Lester Wunderman, 'father' of direct marketing, dies at 98".
  144. ^ Petski, Denise (January 14, 2019). "Paul Koslo Dies: Veteran Character Actor Was 74".
  145. ^ "Float On" singer Larry Cunningham of The Floaters dies
  146. ^ L'«oiseau» Andy Degroat, danseur et chorégraphe, est décédé (in French)
  147. ^ Wagner, Bill (January 11, 2019). "Former Navy head coach Rick Forzano dies at age 90".
  148. ^ "John E. Hetki". Retrieved January 11, 2019.
  149. ^ Former UT Vols All-American, longtime Vikings assistant John Michels dies at age 87
  150. ^ Pat Boone's Wife of 65 Years, Shirley, Dies: 'I've Parted with My Better Half for a Little While'
  151. ^ Walter Chandoha, Photographer Whose Specialty Was Cats, Dies at 98
  152. ^ Gus Ganakas, former MSU basketball coach, dies at age 92
  153. ^ J.D. Gibbs passes away at the age of 49
  154. ^ In Memoriam: John G. Gunderson, MD
  155. ^ Walter Shipley, Former Chase Manhattan Chairman, Dies at 83
  156. ^ Jumpin' Johnny Wilson, who was oldest living Indiana Mr. Basketball, dies
  157. ^ Randazzo, Michael (January 12, 2019). "Passages: Bob Horn, U.S. Olympic and UCLA Men's Swimming and Water Polo Coach, Passes Away at 87".
  158. ^ George Eugene Ball 2019
  159. ^ Anthony L. Colaizzo
  160. ^ Paul Englund, Renowned Biochemist Who Studied Parasites, Dies
  161. ^ Pioneering Musician, Performer, & Label Owner Bonnie Guitar Has Died
  162. ^ Medal of Honor Recipient Joe M. Jackson Passes Away at 95
  163. ^ Miami Dolphins’ legend Bob Kuechenberg dead at 71
  164. ^ Batton Lash, R.I.P.
  165. ^ Leonard Pike, renowned for developing supersweet onion, dead at 78
  166. ^ 'All my Ex's live in Texas' songwriter dies at 84
  167. ^ Patricia Wald, pathbreaking federal judge who became chief of D.C. Circuit, dies at 90
  168. ^ Douglas Michael Costle
  169. ^ Grimes, William (January 14, 2019). "Francine du Plessix Gray, Searching Novelist and Journalist, Is Dead at 88".
  170. ^ 'Heart and soul of Minneapolis music scene' Willie Murphy dies at 75
  171. ^ Navajo Code Talker Alfred K. Newman dies at 94 in New Mexico
  172. ^ Francis Nye
  173. ^ Former Astros pitching coach Mel Stottlemyre dead at 77
  174. ^ Mark Urman, Veteran Indie Film Executive, Dies at 66
  175. ^ Former Navajo Nation President Milton Bluehouse Sr. dies
  176. ^ "RICHARD S. "DICK" BRODOWSKI". Retrieved 24 January 2019.
  177. ^ Eli Grba Obituary
  178. ^ Raymond G. Perelman, master entrepreneur and philanthropist, dies at 101
  179. ^ Poker Champion Gavin Smith Dead At Age 50
  180. ^ Watson, Elijah C. (January 16, 2019). "Omar Phillips, Drummer For Outkast, Arrested Development & Usher, Dead At 48".
  181. ^ William G. Anagnos
  182. ^ Bradley Bolke, Everyone's Chum(ley)
  183. ^ The Legendary Carol Channing Dies at 97
  184. ^ Walter J. Klein
  185. ^ Sundby, Alex (January 16, 2019). "Mason Lowe, professional bull rider, dies after being injured during competition in Denver".
  186. ^ Former Montreal Alouettes receiver Tim Maypray dies at the age of 30
  187. ^ Beloved Longhorn and Chemical Engineering Legend John J. McKetta Jr. Dies at 103
  188. ^ Bruce Tufeld Dies: Hollywood Agent And Manager Was 66
  189. ^ John Bogle, who founded Vanguard and revolutionized retirement savings, dies at 89.
  190. ^ Germs Bassist Lorna Doom Has Died
  191. ^ Thomas M Hausman Obituary
  192. ^ Ferrum College football legend Hank Norton passes away
  193. ^ Barbara Tsakirgis
  194. ^ Rita Vidaurri, 'La Calandria' has passed away at 94
  195. ^ Benefit Cofounder Jean Ford, 71, Remembered as Disruptor, Creative Visionary
  196. ^ Red Aunts’ Debi Martini Has Died
  197. ^ Former Bills lineman Joe O'Donnell dies at age 77
  198. ^ Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Mary Oliver dies at 83
  199. ^ M. J. Osborn
  200. ^ Ex-Bengals QB Tuck Schonert dies at 62
  201. ^ Helen “Gig” Smith (1922-2019
  202. ^ Dan Striepeke 1930 – 2019
  203. ^ "Legendary guitarist Reggie Young — key sideman to Elvis, Waylon, Willie and more — dead at age 82". Commercial Appeal. January 18, 2019. Retrieved January 18, 2019.
  204. ^ Boo the Pomeranian, Once Named the World's Cutest Dog, Dies
  205. ^ Former U.S. figure skating champion dies unexpectedly after being suspended from sport
  206. ^ Gary Gutting (1942-2019)
  207. ^ Dan Orlich, last survivor of Lambeau years, dies at 94
  208. ^ Former Tennessee State football coach and AD Bill Thomas dies
  209. ^ NASCAR Hall of Famer Glen Wood, co-found of Wood Brothers Racing, dies at 93
  210. ^ Robert Morey Obituary - San Francisco, CA | San Francisco Chronicle
  211. ^ Gaydos, Ryan (January 25, 2019). "Body of Chris Brown, former champion surfer, found washed up on California shore, police say".
  212. ^ Nathan Glazer, Urban Sociologist and Outspoken Intellectual, Dies at 95
  213. ^ In Memoriam: Thomas Habinek
  214. ^ Tony Mendez, Former CIA Officer Portrayed in 'Argo,' Dies at 78
  215. ^ Margaret Wigiser Obituary
  216. ^ Dan Striepeke, Oscar-Nominated Makeup Artist on 'Forrest Gump' and 'Saving Private Ryan,' Dies at 88
  217. ^ Sean Kirst: Saying goodbye to quiet hero who saved thousands during WWII
  218. ^ Rosemarie Bowe, model and actress who had ‘a face like Grace Kelly and the body of Marilyn Monroe’ – obituary
  219. ^ Kenneth Bruffee
  220. ^ Norman Itzkowitz
  221. ^ Jerry Solomon Kupcinet
  222. ^ IU Basketball Legend Jimmy Rayl Passes Away
  223. ^ Former Mississippi state Rep. Bobby Shows dies at 80
  224. ^ 'Rambo' producer Vajna dies aged 74
  225. ^ Campbell, Colin (January 22, 2019). "Baltimore-raised Pulitzer Prize winner Russell Baker dies at 93". Baltimore Sun. Baltimore, MD. Retrieved January 22, 2019.
  226. ^ Kaye Ballard, Star of ‘The Mothers-in-Law,’ Dies at 93
  227. ^ Country Music Hall of Famer Maxine Brown Russell of The Browns dead at 87
  228. ^ Former TNA Knockout BellaDonna Passes Away
  229. ^ Edwin Birdsong, Funk Musician Famously Sampled by Daft Punk, Dead at 77
  230. ^ Grade 1 Winner Evening Attire Dies at 21
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  232. ^ Merwin Goldsmith
  233. ^ Michigan Vietnam War hero, Medal of Honor recipient dies
  234. ^ Blues musician Mike Ledbetter dies at 33
  235. ^ Richard "Dick" Lyon, acoustics expert and professor emeritus of mechanical engineering, dies at 89
  236. ^ Leo Paquette
  237. ^ Harris Wofford, civil rights activist who helped Kennedy win the White House, dies at 92 (subscription required)
  238. ^ Comedian Kevin Barnett Dies: ‘Rel’ Co-Creator Was 32
  239. ^ 'Monkees' TV director and Indian Wells resident James Frawley dies in desert he loved
  240. ^ Dr. William "Bill" Mackrides
  241. ^ Bishop John Mortimer Fourette Smith
  242. ^ JoJo Smith Dead: Dance Consultant for 'Saturday Night Fever' Was 80
  243. ^ Henry Horwitz
  244. ^ Maureen Murphy Obituary - Portland, OR | The Oregonian
  245. ^ Former U.S. Rep. Jack Brinkley dies at age 88, Muscogee County coroner says
  246. ^ Nils Hasselmo, former University of Minnesota president, dies at 87
  247. ^ Longtime MLB umpire Jim McKean dies at 73
  248. ^ Jonas Mekas, Influential Experimental Filmmaker, Dies at 96
  249. ^ Remembering Erik Olin Wright
  250. ^ Norman Goodman, Shepherd of Change in 45 Years as Manhattan Court Clerk, Dies at 95
  251. ^ Former Fresno Grizzlies owner dies in car crash in Oregon
  252. ^ Frances Grill, 90, Founder of an Inclusive Modeling Agency, Dies
  253. ^ Jerard Hurwitz
  254. ^ Remembering Barrier-Breaking Naval Aviator Rosemary Mariner
  255. ^ Former Whitworth president Robert Mounce passes away at 97
  256. ^ Norman Orentreich
  257. ^ ‘Top Chef’ Star Fatima Ali Passes After Cancer Battle
  258. ^ Steve Bell, former ABC News anchor and Ball State professor, dies at 83
  259. ^ ‘Remember the Titans’ captain Julius Campbell dies at 65
  260. ^ Warbeast And Rigor Mortis Singer Bruce Corbitt Dead At 56
  261. ^ Dr. Henry Clay Dethloff
  262. ^ Prominent FSU supporter Al Dunlap passes away
  263. ^ Former Wichita Falls Mayor Charles Harper dies at age 89
  264. ^ Stanley Hill, 82, Dies; Led New York City’s Biggest Public Union
  265. ^ Terry Jennings, Son of Country Legend Waylon Jennings, Dead at 62
  266. ^ Florence Knoll Bassett, 101, Designer of the Modern American Office, Dies
  267. ^ הלך לעולמו בגיל 95 איש העסקים הישראלי-אמריקאי משולם ריקליס (in Hebrew)
  268. ^ Matt Rose, Makeup Artist on 'Hellboy' and 'Ed Wood,' Dies at 53
  269. ^ Jacqueline Steiner, cowriter of ‘Charlie on the MTA,’ dies at 94
  270. ^ Former UK basketball player, World War II vet Dale Barnstable dies
  271. ^ Former football player, state senator, business leader Duane Benson dies
  272. ^ William Esper, Eminent Acting Teacher, Dies at 86
  273. ^ Prominent Attorney, Senator Bill Ortwein Dies At 78
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  275. ^ Local Federal Court Judge Mary Lou Robinson Passes Away
  276. ^ Joseph Buttigieg, father of US presidential hopeful Peter Buttigieg, passes away
  277. ^ Nashville’s own ‘Hidden Figure’ and pioneer for African-American and women engineers dies
  278. ^ Campus Notice
  279. ^ Former Giants executive Magowan dies at 76
  280. ^ Obituary: Matt Turner (1967-2019)
  281. ^ Notice of death of Erica Yohn, facebook.com; accessed January 29, 2019.
  282. ^ In memoriam: Susan Hiller
  283. ^ Former New Mexico Rep. Henry "Kiki" Saavedra, 81, dies
  284. ^ Obituary: Former NHL iron man Andy Hebenton remembered as hard worker, gentleman
  285. ^ Longtime Brooklyn DA Charles Hynes dead at 83
  286. ^ James Ingram, Grammy-Winning R&B Singer, Dies at 66
  287. ^ Sanford Sylvan, A Baritone On His Own Terms, Dies At 65
  288. ^ Duke Law mourns passing of renowned scholar William Van Alstyne
  289. ^ Drag supernova Brian Butterick, aka Hattie Hathaway, dies at 62
  290. ^ Houston cop killer executed in Huntsville, three decades after officer slaying
  291. ^ Dick Miller, ‘Gremlins’ and ‘Terminator’ Actor, Dies at 90
  292. ^ Jockey Jerry Nicodemus dies in Ruidoso
  293. ^ Former Florida Senator, County Commissioner Lori Wilson dies at 81
  294. ^ Country Music Hall of Fame Guitarist Harold Bradley Dead at 93
  295. ^ Candice Earley Nolan
  296. ^ Donald A. STORM
  297. ^ Remembering DJ Conway
  298. ^ John J. Duffy Jr.
  299. ^ Alice Dye, 'the first lady of golf architecture,' has died
  300. ^ Longtime K-57 talk show host Jon Anderson has died
  301. ^ Marc Addason Asher, MD
  302. ^ Alex Brown 1966-2019
  303. ^ Razorback Great Hines Passes Away
  304. ^ Lisa Seagram, Actress on 'Batman' and 'The Beverly Hillbillies,' Dies at 82
  305. ^ Animal Planet's 'Banjo Man' Neal James Dies at 55
  306. ^ Former Dallas Cowboys Quarterback Wade Wilson has died
  307. ^ Sean Cronin, popular Wisconsin weatherman, dies Saturday at age 60
  308. ^ Bishop Walter James Edyvean †
  309. ^ Carol Emshwiller (1921-2019)
  310. ^ Former LA Unified Superintendent Michelle King dies at age 57
  311. ^ Dame Libby Komaiko, founder of Ensemble Espanol Spanish Dance, dies at 69
  312. ^ Cold Collective, Transit guitarist/vocalist Tim Landers dies
  313. ^ Politician, educator and lawyer Irene Rudnick dies at age of 89
  314. ^ In Memoriam Bill Sims, Jr.
  315. ^ Julie Adams, Damsel in Distress in 'Creature From the Black Lagoon,' Dies at 92
  316. ^ UNC grad, Colorado sports legend Irv Brown passes away
  317. ^ Longtime Pittsburgh Pirates pitcher Bob Friend dies at 88
  318. ^ Irving Lavin (1927–2019)
  319. ^ Remembering Emily Levine
  320. ^ Longtime USF Dons soccer coach Steve Negoesco passes away
  321. ^ Transgender activist who inspired N.J. law dies at 76
  322. ^ Kristoff St. John Dies: ‘Young & The Restless’ Actor Was 52
  323. ^ Former North Carolina state Rep. Joe Tolson dies at 77
  324. ^ Rest in Peace Nita
  325. ^ Remembering ‘the Aggie’s Aggie’ Jim Earle, former student, professor and creator of long-running comic strip ‘Cadet Slouch,’ dies at 86
  326. ^ Renowned WBZ radio anchor Gary LaPierre dies at 76
  327. ^ John O. Marsh Jr., Ex-Army Chief and Presidents’ Adviser, Dies at 92
  328. ^ James R. McManus, 84, Last of the Hell’s Kitchen Bosses, Dies
  329. ^ John Howard Rone
  330. ^ Izzy Young, Who Presided Over the Folk Revival, Dies at 90
  331. ^ Celebrating the life of Audrey Cleary, former North Dakota legislator
  332. ^ Obituary-Prof. Jean Frances Herskovits Corry (May 1935 – February 2019)
  333. ^ Christine Kay, Editor on Prizewinning Times Projects, Dies at 54
  334. ^ Garr King, former federal judge, dies
  335. ^ George Klein, friend of Elvis and legendary Memphis DJ, dies after complications from dementia
  336. ^ Joseph E. Presko Sr.
  337. ^ a b Duke Flags Lowered: Women's History Pioneer Anne Firor Scott Has Died at 97
  338. ^ Tributes pour in for former WLW host Michael 'Doc' Thompson
  339. ^ Mel Tomlinson, pioneering ballet star with Winston-Salem, UNCSA ties, dies at age 65
  340. ^ Guy Webster, who ruled the world of album covers, dies at 79
  341. ^ Tom Cade, who saved peregrine falcons, dies at 91
  342. ^ Interfaith bridge builder Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein dies of heart attack
  343. ^ R.I.P. Lonnie Simmons who brought us the Gap Band
  344. ^ Bob Massi, real estate attorney and Fox News legal analyst, dead at 67
  345. ^ Microbiologist John Bonner, leading expert on cellular slime molds, dies at 98
  346. ^ Political giant John Dingell dies at 92
  347. ^ Famed Tap Dancer Mable Lee Dies at 97
  348. ^ Boxer Rocky Lockridge Dead at 60 Famously Broke Down on 'Intervention'
  349. ^ Baseball Hall of Famer Frank Robinson, MLB's 1st black manager, dies at 83
  350. ^ Edward F. Zigler: eminent psychologist hailed as ‘Father of Head Start’
  351. ^ 'We lost our brother, best friend and bandmate Kyle Yorlets,' Carverton releases statement
  352. ^ In Memoriam: Seweryn Bialer (1926-2019)
  353. ^ Goodbye, Fernando: Ex-Arrow, U.S. international standout, FC Dallas technical director Clavijo dies
  354. ^ Dick Kempthorn, MVP of 1949 Michigan team and war hero, dies at 92
  355. ^ Bert J. McKasy
  356. ^ Obituary Notice: Walter Munk, World-Renowned Oceanographer, Revered Scientist
  357. ^ UT Dallas Remembers Founding Faculty Member Wolfgang Rindler
  358. ^ Robert Ryman, Minimalist Painter Who Made the Most of White, Dies at 88
  359. ^ 'Stargate' Actor Carmen Argenziano Dead at 75
  360. ^ Aggie, NFL referee royalty Red Cashion dies at age 87
  361. ^ Walter B. Jones, 76, Dies; Republican Turned Against Iraq War
  362. ^ Jan-Michael Vincent, Star of 'The Mechanic' and 'Airwolf,' Dies at 73
  363. ^ Former state lawmaker was influential feminist, advocate for Native Hawaiians
  364. ^ Former St. Louis Public Radio Forecaster Ben Abell Dies
  365. ^ Plant biologist Winslow Briggs dies at 90
  366. ^ John Melvin "Jack" Crimian
  367. ^ Harvey Scales, 'Milwaukee's Godfather of Soul,' writer of hit 'Disco Lady,' has died at 77
  368. ^ Lou Sossamon, Gamecock great and All-American, has died
  369. ^ Paperback pioneer Betty Ballantine dead at 99
  370. ^ Jean Fairfax, Unsung but Undeterred in Integrating Schools, Dies at 98
  371. ^ David Forden, C.I.A. Handler in Cold War Intrigue, Dies at 88
  372. ^ W.E.B. Griffin: 1929-2019
  373. ^ "Lyndon LaRouche, Cult Figure Who Ran for President 8 Times, Dies at 96"
  374. ^ Pedro Morales, WWE Hall of Famer and former heavyweight champion, dies at age 76
  375. ^ James Dahl Dies: Filmmaker For ‘The End Of The Tour’ Was 40
  376. ^ Baseball lifer, former Rangers scout Tom Giordano passes away at 93
  377. ^ David Horowitz, TV's 'Fight Back!' Consumer Advocate, Dies at 81
  378. ^ Rocky Krsnich
  379. ^ Neil Papiano, Attorney for Elizabeth Taylor, Cary Grant and Joan Collins, Dies at 85
  380. ^ Clinton Wheeler Sr.
  381. ^ MiLB mourns passing of Artiaga
  382. ^ Award Winning Novelist Ellis Avery, 46, has Died
  383. ^ Thomas C. Bruice
  384. ^ In Memoriam: Kofi Burbridge, 1961–2019
  385. ^ Bishop Thomas Joseph Costello dies
  386. ^ Siegfried Engelmann's legacy: Teach first and ask questions later
  387. ^ Morto Gardner, l'ambasciatore USA che per primo concesse il visto a Giorgio Napolitano (in Italian)
  388. ^ Gene Littler, Golfer With a Gorgeous Swing, Dies at 88
  389. ^ Lee Radziwill Dies at 85
  390. ^ Dave Smith Dies: Walt Disney Archives Founder Was 78
  391. ^ Dale Earnhardt Jr. mourns death of NASCAR artist who painted portraits of his dad
  392. ^ 1960 Olympic Pole Vault Champion Don Bragg Dies
  393. ^ Pollster Pat Caddell Dies at 68
  394. ^ Professor Jeff Hart passes at 88
  395. ^ Stanford engineering professor Thomas R. Kane dead at 94
  396. ^ ‘Word Jazz’ Creator And Host Ken Nordine Dies
  397. ^ Christopher Pray, SF improv comic and 'Buster and Me' puppeteer dies at age 72
  398. ^ Dr. Theodore Rubin, High-Profile Psychoanalyst, Is Dead at 95
  399. ^ Shelly Saltman, Promoter of Sports Events Featuring Muhammad Ali, Evel Knievel and Billie Jean King, Dies at 87
  400. ^ "Baltimore's First Lady of Jazz"|Ethel Ennis Dies at 86
  401. ^ Alberto Gutman, popular Miami state lawmaker who went to prison, dies at 60
  402. ^ Linguist List - Obituary: Eric Hamp (1920-2019)
  403. ^ Bill Jenkins, Who Tried to Halt Tuskegee Syphilis Study, Dies at 73
  404. ^ Sailor in iconic V-J Day Times Square photo 'The Kiss' dies at 95
  405. ^ 'My 600-lb Life' star Sean Milliken dies at 29
  406. ^ Scientist who popularized term "global warming" dies at 87
  407. ^ Belton O'Neal Compton Jr.
  408. ^ Former Colorado football player T.J. Cunningham fatally shot in dispute
  409. ^ Stewart Dalzell
  410. ^ Record store owner, early DC punk producer Skip Groff dies at 70
  411. ^ Manoogian Simone Fonndation announces the passing of Louise Manoogian Simone
  412. ^ George Springer
  413. ^ Memphis civil rights pioneer Judge Russell Sugarmon dies
  414. ^ John C. Traupman
  415. ^ Richard Boushka
  416. ^ Obituary: Paul B. Janeczko
  417. ^ Don Newcombe, one of the greatest pitchers in Dodger history, passes away at age 92
  418. ^ Louisiana Rapper Vicious Passes Away From Complications Associated with Cancer
  419. ^ Artie Wayne
  420. ^ Stanley Wolpert (1927 - 2019)
  421. ^ Dominick Argento, 91, Celebrated American Composer of Lyric Operas, has Died
  422. ^ Dr. Tim Autry, former AD at S.C. State and Claflin, dies at 81
  423. ^ Mark Bramble Dies: Tony-Nominated Broadway Writer, Director Was 68
  424. ^ William Broomfield, former House GOP foreign policy guru, dies
  425. ^ John P. Flaherty, Jr.
  426. ^ Fred Foster, country music producer who helped launch Dolly Parton and Willie Nelson, dies at 87
  427. ^ "Sailor Bob" Griggs – RIP
  428. ^ RIP: Prof. Augustus Richard Norton Dies at 72
  429. ^ Late former state rep. quietly helped remake Delaware as financial haven
  430. ^ Vinny Vella Dies: ‘Casino’ & ‘The Sopranos’ Actor Was 72
  431. ^ Schlagerstar Gus Backus ist tot (in German)
  432. ^ Veteran Globe baseball writer Nick Cafardo dies at 62
  433. ^ Suzanne Casey
  434. ^ Stanley Donen, director of Singin' in the Rain, dies aged 94
  435. ^ 1st Marilyn of TV’s ‘The Munsters,’ Beverley Owen, Dies
  436. ^ Jackie Shane, Transgender Pioneer of 1960s Soul Music, Dies at 78
  437. ^ Peter Tork, Court Jester of the Monkees, Is Dead at 77
  438. ^ SF Public Defender Jeff Adachi dies
  439. ^ A former State Representative, Senator and Eastern Carolina Congressman was laid to rest Friday.
  440. ^ Groundbreaking Author Victor J. Banis, 82, has Died
  441. ^ Clark Gable III Dies: TV Host, Clark Gable Grandson Was 30
  442. ^ Barry Kramer, who covered the Vietnam War for AP, dead at 78
  443. ^ Ex-AP California capital reporter Steve Lawrence dead at 71
  444. ^ Comedian Brody Stevens Dies at 48
  445. ^ Native Arlington actor known for ‘Cool Hand Luke’ and ‘Star Trek’ roles dies
  446. ^ Ronald E Avery
  447. ^ Longtime Loyola drama professor Don Brady dies at at 85
  448. ^ Ira Gitler, Influential and Impassioned Jazz Critic, Historian and Advocate, Dies at 90
  449. ^ Katherine Helmond, the Man-Crazy Mother on 'Who’s the Boss?' Dies at 89
  450. ^ Carl Meinhold
  451. ^ Square Inc. co-founder Tristan O'Tierney dies at 35
  452. ^ Donald Keene, renowned scholar of Japanese literature, dies aged 96
  453. ^ Jack Lee, Alabama boy turned space pioneer, is dead at 83
  454. ^ Carrie Ann Lucas Dies At Age 47, You Probably Haven't Heard Of Her And That's A Problem
  455. ^ Arthur B. Pardee
  456. ^ Prolific author and Livingston resident Richard Wheeler dies at 83
  457. ^ Mac Wiseman, country and bluegrass great, dead at 93
  458. ^ Janet Asimov
  459. ^ Fred J. Gloden
  460. ^ Jeraldine Saunders, Author and Creator of 'The Love Boat,' Dies at 96
  461. ^ Halt and Catch Fire Actress Lisa Sheridan Dies at 44
  462. ^ Harry Barnes, judge who presided over Tony Alamo trial, dies
  463. ^ Robert Melvin "Mickey" Channell, Jr.
  464. ^ Mitzi Hoag Beggs
  465. ^ Charles McCarry, prescient spy novelist, dead at 88
  466. ^ Patrick McCarthy, Former Director of Fairchild Fashion Group, Dies at 67
  467. ^ Oregon Secretary of State Dennis Richardson dies of brain cancer
  468. ^ In Memoriam: Thomas L. Shaffer, Robert and Marion Short Professor Emeritus of Law
  469. ^ Jerry Merryman, Co-Inventor of the Pocket Calculator, Dies at 86
  470. ^ Edward Nixon, brother of President Nixon, dies at 88
  471. ^ Georgia Baseball Legend Michael Rebhan Unexpectedly Passes Away
  472. ^ We Remember: Nathaniel ‘Rollo’ Taylor (‘Sanford & Son’) Dies at 80
  473. ^ Illini legend passes away
  474. ^ Lewis Aron
  475. ^ a b Former Survivor bassist Stephan Ellis has died
  476. ^ Joe Girard, best-selling author and car salesman, dies from fall
  477. ^ Sarah Lee Zimmerman
  478. ^ Norma Paulus, pioneering Oregon woman politician and former secretary of state, dead at 85
  479. ^ Andre Previn, Four-Time Oscar-Winning Composer, Dies at 89
  480. ^ Bishop Elliot Griffin Thomas
  481. ^ Joseph Flummerfelt, a Force Behind Mighty Choruses, Dies at 82
  482. ^ Distinguished Irish architect Kevin Roche dies aged 96
  483. ^ Robert Summers, pre-eminent legal scholar, dies at 85
  484. ^ Former 'Voice' contestant dies at the age of 33
  485. ^ Jack Gregory
  486. ^ Rutgers baseball legend Fred Hill dead at 84
  487. ^ Ed Keats
  488. ^ Keith Miller, Alaska's third governor, dies at 94
  489. ^ Ogden R. Reid, Herald Tribune Editor and Congressman, Dies at 93
  490. ^ Thomas Hutcheson Bass
  491. ^ 'Taco' Bowman, ex-head of Outlaws biker gang, dies at 69
  492. ^ Colorado Springs political consultant dies in Kenya chopper crash
  493. ^ Roger Titus, judge on Maryland's federal bench, dies at 77
  494. ^ Wilbur Cross
  495. ^ Robert DeProspero, agent who overhauled presidential security after Reagan was shot, dies at 80
  496. ^ Hall of Famer and Howe linemate Lindsay dies
  497. ^ Luke Perry has died at 52 after suffering stroke, publicist says | FOX 4 Kansas City WDAF-TV | News, Weather, Sports
  498. ^ Sara Romweber, Drummer With Let’s Active and Dex Romweber Duo, Dies at 55
  499. ^ Sidney Verba
  500. ^ James Dapogny of Chicago Jazz Band dead at 78
  501. ^ Carolee Schneemann Pioneering Feminist Artist Dies Age 79
  502. ^ The Destroyer Dick Beyer dies
  503. ^ Joe Boardman, former Amtrak president, dies
  504. ^ Former U.S. Rep. Ralph Hall dies
  505. ^ Dan Jenkins, 90, Chronicler of Sports in Raucous Prose, Dies
  506. ^ Dick Nichols, Kansas’ last Fifth District congressman, ‘put service to others above self’
  507. ^ Carmine 'the Snake' Persico, Colombo crime family boss, dead at age 85
  508. ^ Sid Sheinberg Dies: Former MCA President And COO Was Hollywood Giant
  509. ^ Marshall Brodien, ‘TV Magic’ pitchman, Wizzo the Wizard on ‘Bozo,’ dead at 84
  510. ^ Kelly Catlin passes away at 23
  511. ^ Cedrick Hardman, Defensive Star With 49ers, Raiders Dies at 70
  512. ^ Former NY Assembly Speaker Mel Miller dies at 79
  513. ^ George Morfogen
  514. ^ Eddie Taylor, Jr. dies
  515. ^ Jed Allan, Star on 'Days of Our Lives' and 'Santa Barbara,' Dies at 84
  516. ^ Joe Auer dies at 77, scored first touchdown in Dolphins history
  517. ^ Croft, Jan (March 12, 2019). "Freeda Foreman, daughter of former boxer George Foreman, dies at 42". CNN. Retrieved March 23, 2019.
  518. ^ Boston music scene luminary Asa Brebner has died at the age of 65
  519. ^ UA alumnus, businessman Karl Eller dies at age 90
  520. ^ Former Minneapolis Central, Nebraska, NFL player Russell Gary dies at 59
  521. ^ In Memoriam: Raven Grimassi
  522. ^ Charlie Karp, Musician, 65
  523. ^ Former DuPont star athlete, Minnesota Viking Eric Moss dies at 44
  524. ^ UT Mourns Former President William C. Powers Jr., Who Fought for the University’s Soul
  525. ^ Hal Blaine, Studio Drummer and Rock Hall of Fame Member, Dies at 90
  526. ^ Wichita State president John Bardo remembered for transforming university
  527. ^ Veteran songwriter, former Memphis State basketball player, minister John Kilzer dead at 62
  528. ^ Reverend Albert P. Koppes, O.Carm
  529. ^ Obit.: Joseph Miller, professor of history, scholar of Angola and of slavery (1939-2019)
  530. ^ Marjorie Weinman Sharmat, 90, ‘Nate the Great’ Author, Dies
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  536. ^ Beast Wars Writer Larry DiTillio Passes Away At Age 79
  537. ^ Richard Erdman, Actor in 'Stalag 17' and TV's 'Community,' Dies at 93
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