My wife, Kimberly Webb Joyner, died this morning in her sleep from unknown causes. She was 41.
Greg Halman, an outfielder for the Seattle Mariners baseball team, was stabbed to death in his native Holland. His brother is the chief suspect.
Andy Rooney, best known to recent generations as the cranky old man at the end of “60 Minutes,” has died at 92.
Pete Gent, the former Dallas Cowboy and Michigan State player best known as the author of “North Dallas Forty,” has died at 69 from pulmonary illness.
A legendary American soldier, General John Shalikashvili, has died.
James Arness, best known as the iconic Marshal Dillon on Gunsmoke, has died at 88.
Jack Kevorkian, the man who’s illegal assisted suicide rampage earned him the nickname “Dr. Death,” has died.
Gil Scott-Heron, most famous “The Revolution Will Not Be Televised,” has died at 62.
Actor Jeff Conaway, best known for his role of Bobby Wheeler on “Taxi,” is dead after a drug overdose.
Warren Christopher, Bill Clinton’s first Secretary of State, has died at 85.
The last American veteran of a conflict which ended nearly a century ago has died.
Fitness guru Jack LaLanne has succumbed to the inevitable at the ripe old age of 96.
One of the most active American diplomats of the past twenty-five years has passed away.
Theodore Sorensen, a speechwriter and close adviser to President John F. Kennedy, died today at the age of 82
Actor Tom Bosley, best known for his role as Howard Cunningham on TV’s “Happy Days,” had died at 83.
Barbara Billingley of “Leave it to Beaver” and “Airplane” fame has died at the ripe old age of 94.
Stephen J. Cannel, the man behind “The Rockford Files” and “The A-Team,” had died at 69.
The obituary of Mr. Donald Charles Unsworth asks that people donate to Obama’s opponent rather than sending flowers.
Daniel Schorr’s journalism career ended far too early, lasting a mere eighty-one years.
The actress best known for her role as Blanche Deveraux on “The Golden Girls” has died of a stroke.