Tony Barrow, 80, died in a Lancaster hospital on Saturday following a lengthy illness, his son Mike Barrow said Tuesday.
Clark died Tuesday at his home in Nashville, Tennessee, according to his manager, Keith Case. He was 74 and had been in poor health, although Case didn’t give an official cause of death.
“Jim could run and fill the lanes with the best of them. He had a great 15-foot jump shot,” Erickson said. “Jim was young and eager. He was a perfect complement on our team.”
“He was small in stature, but a giant lived in that man,” Edwards said. “In all the years we worked together, he never had a cross word. He was just as pleasant as he could possibly be. He shared my concerns for the poor and underprivileged. He was just my kind of guy, and we’ve been the best of friends personally and politically.”
The actress died May 1 in Spain, after suffering a thigh-bone fracture, Carlo Alberto Pinelli said. LeBeau was the second wife of Pinelli’s father, the late Italian screenwriter Tullio Pinelli. LeBeau had been living with a daughter, Maria Duhour, who informed the younger Pinelli of the woman’s death.
Young was an executive, scouting director and briefly a major league player. In 1989, he started Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities, known as the RBI program.
“The Patty Duke Show” (1963-1966) was challenging for Duke, who had already achieved stardom on Broadway as the young Helen Keller in “The Miracle Worker” and repeated the role in the film, winning her a supporting actress Oscar. (Duke died in March at age 69.)
David J Morrissey passed away in Denver Oct.30, 2015. He was 79
Born Alice Faye Williams, Shakur changed her name as an adult when she became a political activist and joined the Black Panther movement. She was pregnant with Tupac in 1971 and incarcerated while she and other Panthers faced conspiracy charges that were later dismissed.