- Shirley Mae (Miller) Althoff
- Jane Thomas (Dunn) Bullock
- Michael A. Cummings
- Joan Marie (Brozek) Farley
- Mary Felker
- Erna (Hamlish) Fishhaut
- Steven Peter 'S.P.' Fjestad
- Janet Jeanine Gaukel
- John W. Greenman
- Gerald F. Hallermann
- Bill E. Henry
- Curtis Robert Johnson
- Richard James 'Dick' Kennedy
- Dr. John Edward Michael Larkin
- Barbara Mae Mathison
- Terence J. McCoy
- Robert 'Buggs' Moren
- Beverly Morse
- Paul Jon Petersdorf
- Kathleen Marie 'Kat' Realmuto
- Gene M. 'Mike' Reisinger
- Edythe A. 'Terry' Richardson
- Marlene Swanson
- Francis M. Taranto
- Donald Walmsley
For Schatzlein, making sports arenas — and sidewalks, hotels and more — more accessible for people with disabilities was a lifelong mission.
The Supreme Court says the body of former Justice John Paul Stevens will lie in repose at the court on Monday.
Dr. Edith Irby Jones, the first black student to enroll at an all-white medical school in the South and later the first female president of the National Medical Association, has died. She was 91.
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Before making a name for himself on the pro wrestling circuits, Larry Hennig was a Minnesota state wrestling champion at Robbinsdale High School in 1954. He died this week at age 82.
At age 96, Elliott Royce attended trampoline class three times per week. The hobby fit with his retirement routine of falling five times every morning…
Bill Webster captured the true beauty of game birds.
Former Boston Red Sox infielder Elijah "Pumpsie" Green, the first black player on the last major league team to field one, has died. He was 85.
L. Bruce Laingen, the top American diplomat at the U.S. Embassy in Tehran when it was overrun by Iranian protesters in 1979 and one of 52 Americans held hostage for more than a year, has died. He was 96.
His medical career spanned three continents as he became a respected and influential doctor.
Angus McQueen, longtime CEO of the public relations firm that shaped the National Rifle Association's most memorable messages until an acrimonious split last month, has died.
Arlington National Cemetery has long been planned as the final resting place of retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens. His second wife Maryan died in 2015 and was buried at the cemetery. The gravestone they will share has stood at Arlington, inscribed with both their names, since then. Stevens' birthdate — April 20, 1920 — was chiseled on the stone, a blank space left for the date of his death.