- Robert B. 'Bob' Baker
- Delores Beardsley
- Cindy (Arent) Dahlin
- Jerome A. 'Jerry' Dostal
- Jerome George Emond
- Sigurd Everett Follese
- Clyde H. Haworth
- Charles John LaVine
- Doris Ann Leuer
- Florence R. (Lenzen) Lindquist
- Lois V. Lorentzen
- Donna (Collins) Lundstrom
- Arthur David Molke
- Marilyn J. (Olson) Morvig
- John E. Nicolay
- Ingrid Ruth Nobbe
- Danial Ray 'Dan' Pleau
- Radha Ramachandran
- Bernard O. Schrom
- Raymond H. Swedeen
- Angela Kay Tompkins
- Scott A. Torborg
- Wesley Keith Wharton
- Larry Wisniak
He was rarely far from any civic endeavor in Anoka or Coon Rapids.
An author, musician, civil rights activist and professor who made a late-life conversion to Judaism, has died. Julius Lester was 78.
The prolific abstract expressionist Ed Moses, who was one of the founding members of a collective known as the "Cool School" and helped transform Los Angeles from a cultural backwater to a major force in the world of modern art, has died. He was 91.
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Al Farmes died Wednesday at 93, but the 'Save the Wetlands' program he helped create saved many prized habitats for posterity.
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Stansfield A. Turner, who served as CIA director under President Jimmy Carter and oversaw reforms at the agency after the Senate uncovered CIA surveillance aimed at American citizens, has died. He was 94.
Peter Mayle, the British author whose midlife relocation to France inspired his best-selling "A Year in Provence" and other works set in his adopted country, died Thursday at age 78.
William Bain Jr., the founder of global consulting and private equity businesses bearing his name who helped drive the career of former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney, has died. He was 80.
Mathilde Krim, a prominent AIDS researcher who galvanized worldwide support in the early fight against the deadly disease, has died. She was 91.