Obituaries

GREELEY | Amanda Peterson, best known for her role in the 1987 romantic comedy “Can’t Buy Me Love,” has died. She was 43. Sgt. Mike Moran with the Greeley, Colorado, police department says Peterson was found dead at an apartment complex Sunday. She was alone, and an investigation into her death is ongoing. No other information […]


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“I had the privilege of knowing Jack my entire life, and he taught me much about both business and life,” Chiefs chairman Clark Hunt said. “He always brought a strong, innovative perspective to the room. Jack was an outstanding man of character, who greatly valued his faith and family.”


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FILE - In this June 22, 1995, file photo, New Jersey Gov. Christie Whitman, left, with her husband John, hold an octopus in the kitchen of La Gondola Ristorante in Trenton, N.J. John Whitman, New Jersey's first-ever first gentleman, died Thursday, July 2, 2015. He was 71. He died at Morristown Medical Center after suffering a catastrophic brain injury in mid-June, said Heather Grizzle, a spokeswoman for Todd Whitman. (AP Photo/Allen Oliver, File)

“He was a wonderful husband, father, and grandfather, and we are heartbroken to lose his presence in our lives,” Todd Whitman said in a statement. “I am so grateful for the thoughts and prayers of so many who have showered our family with their love over these past two weeks.”


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“He may never have laced up his sneakers, but few have done more to advance the game, in the NBA or Philadelphia basketball, than Harvey,” Sixers CEO Scott O’Neil said. “He did what he loved until the end, and shared that love of statistics and basketball with his family, who we remember at this difficult time.


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FILE - In this Oct. 13, 1987 file photo, actor Dick Van Patten is photographed in Los Angeles. Van Patten, the genial comic actor best known as the patriarch of TV’s “Eight is Enough,” died of complications from diabetes on Tuesday, June 23, 2015, in Santa Monica, Calif., according to his publicist Daniel Bernstein. He was 86. (AP Photo/Mark Terrill, File)

“Every day on set he was a happy, jovial person, always generous and ready to play, tease and always keep us all laughing,” said Buckley. “He was the consummate professional, a wonderful actor, master of comedy, and a kind and generous human being.”


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