The San Diego Chargers drafted Lenkaitis out of Penn State in the second round of the 1968 AFL draft. After three seasons in San Diego, he played 11 seasons in New England.
Besides his portrayal on “Alice” of Henry, a telephone linesman and frequent patron of Mel’s Diner, Kaplan voiced the character Choo-Choo in the 1960s cartoon series “Top Cat.”
The LBJ Presidential Library in Austin announced Hardin’s death in a statement Thursday. His son, Brad Hardin, tells The Associated Press his father died Tuesday of an apparent heart attack at his Fredericksburg home.
“They will not say it was just Prince’s fault and let it go at that,” said Phil Turner, a former federal prosecutor in Chicago now in private practice.
Scholastic Inc. senior vice president Kyle Good says Schindel died of natural causes Saturday in Weston. Scholastic bought Schindel’s company, Weston Woods Studios, in 1996.
“D.A. Henderson truly changed the world for the better,” the center’s director, Tom Inglesby, said in a statement.
Thomas died Aug. 13 at Stanford University Medical Center in California of cirrhosis of the liver stemming from a bad blood transfusion decades ago, according to her sister, Flora Krasnovsky.
The 38-year-old was in West Bend to perform at a benefit. The West Bend Police Department says someone called authorities around 7 a.m. Saturday to report an unconscious man in a hotel hallway. Police and firefighters found Roberts dead.
Besides portraying grumpy, self-absorbed Mr. Carlin on the 1970s “Newhart” sitcom and providing the voice for absent-minded dad Stu Pickles on “Rugrats” and its spinoff, “All Grown Up!,” Riley appeared in the Mel Brooks films “History of the World: Part I,” ”High Anxiety” and “Spaceballs.”