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            Obituaries

            Memorializing notable Chicagoans and people from around the world who have recently died.

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            Filmmaker Nobuhiko Obayashi, depicted war’s horrors through his movies, dies at 82

            The official site for his latest film, "Labyrinth of Cinema," said that Obayashi died late Friday.

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            Larry Sherman, co-founder of Chicago’s legendary TRAX Records, dead at 70

            Like many independent record label owners, Sherman had a complex legacy.

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            Ebony, Jet model Juanita Meyer Gibson, an inspiration for BJ’s Market dishes, dead at 84

            The Hyde Park entrepreneur’s Southern cooking inspired much of the menu at her sons’ Chicago restaurant BJ’s Market & Bakery. See her recipe below for mac n’ cheese.

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            Former Blackhawks captain Pat Stapleton dies of stroke at age 79

            Stapleton played eight seasons for the Blackhawks, then two more for the WHA’s Chicago Cougars, from 1965 to 1975.

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            Michael McCarthy, Second City actor and ‘SNL’ writer, dies at 61

            Former co-star Amy Sedaris remembers him as "a team player" with "a very dry sense of humor."

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            Mort Drucker, Mad magazine illustrator, dies at 91

            Mad magazine was a cultural institution for millions of baby boomers, and Drucker was an institution at Mad.

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            John Prine dies at 73; acclaimed folksinger, songwriter created classics of lyricism and storytelling

            Bob Dylan once said, "Prine’s stuff is pure Proustian existentialism. Midwestern mindtrips to the nth degree. And he writes beautiful songs."

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            James Drury, star of Western series ‘The Virginian,’ dies at 85

            The actor died early Monday morning at his 上海11选5走势图 in Houston, Texas, of natural causes.

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            Al Kaline, Detroit Tigers legend, dies at age 85

            In 22 seasons with the Tigers, most of them as a marvelous right fielder, Kaline played in more games and hit more 上海11选5走势图rs than anyone else in club history, and he compiled a batting résumée second only to Ty Cobb’s.

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            Honor Blackman, starred in ‘Goldfinger,’ dies at 94

            The actress portrayed the sultry Pussy Galore opposite Sean Connery in the 1964 James Bond film.

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            Former Illini star, Pro Football Hall of Famer Bobby Mitchell dies

            Mitchell earned All-Big Ten honors for Illinois in 1955 and 1957 and was a track star at the school

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            Shirley Douglas, actress and mother of Kiefer Sutherland, dies at 86

            The death of Douglas, also a prominent activist in Canada, was not related to COVID-19.

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            Logan Williams, starred in ‘The Flash,’ dies at 16

            Williams started acting at the age of 10. He appeared in other television shows, including "When Calls the Heart" and "The Whispers" and "Supernatural."

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            Tom Dempsey, record-setting NFL kicker, dies at 73 after battling coronavirus

            Dempsey tested positive for COVID-19 in March following an outbreak at the senior center where he lived.

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            Patricia Bosworth, actress and author, dies from coronavirus at 86

            Her biography on Diane Arbus served as the basis for the 2006 film "Fur: An Imaginary Portrait of Diane Arbus," which starred Nicole Kidman.

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            Victor Skrebneski, Chicago’s photographer to the stars, dies at 90

            His posters for the Chicago International Film Festival made the Hog Butcher for the World look like a gathering of glamazons.

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            David Driskell, prominent artist and authority on black art, dies at 88

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            Bill Withers, ‘Lean On Me,’ ‘Lovely Day’ singer, dies at 81

            His death comes as the public has drawn inspiration from his music during the coronavirus pandemic, with health care workers, choirs, artists and more posting their own renditions on "Lean on Me" to help get through the difficult times.

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            Legendary jazz guitarist Bucky Pizzarelli dies from coronavirus

            The New Jersey native had a career that spanned eight decades. He showed off his musical chops for former presidents like Ronald Reagan and Bill Clinton and played alongside musical icons like Frank Sinatra.

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            Blythe doll inventor Allison Katzman, whose creation became a cult collectible, dead at 95

            A doll with kaleidoscope eyes, Blythe had slow sales at first but these days can command four-figure prices, is the topic of books and conventions and has celebrity fans.

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            Archbishop Lucius Hall, 87, dies after contracting coronavirus; well-known in church, gospel circles

            At 15, he became a church announcer on broadcasts that went out across the United States and Canada, according to an associate minister at Hall’s church. "He had a voice and a style that many announcers try to emulate," he said.

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            Longtime White Sox broadcaster and former pitcher Ed Farmer dies

            White Sox broadcaster Ed Farmer, who grew up on the South Side and pitched in the major leagues for 11 seasons before embarking on a 28-year broadcasting career, died Wednesday night.

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            Rosati’s Pizza patriarch Frank Rosati has died at 102

            As a result of the franchising he spearheaded, Rosati’s Pizza spread across the suburbs, then the country上海11选5走势图. There are now about 200 Rosati’s locations in several states.

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            Ellis Marsalis, patriarch of a great musical family, dies at 85

            The jazz pianist was the father of Wynton, Branford and other talented sons.

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            Musician Adam Schlesinger of Fountains of Wayne dies of coronavirus complications

            The artist, 52, was an Emmy winner for his contributions to TV’s "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend."

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            ‘Star Wars’ actor Andrew Jack dies of coronavirus at 76

            Jack appeared in "Star Wars: Episode VIII – The Last Jedi" as General Ematt, as well as "Solo: A Star Wars Story" and "Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens."

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            Frank Maloney, former Syracuse football coach and Cubs executive, dead at 79

            Maloney mentored 19 future NFL draft picks, including Joe Morris and Art Monk, and he hired Nick Saban, Tom Coughlin and Jerry Angelo as assistant coaches.

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            Skokie couple with COVID-19 dies hours apart

            Feliks Ogorodnik, 88, and his wife, Luiza, 84, died Saturday at Glenbrook Hospital.

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            Jo Ann Mullen-Regner, who found love at 78, dead at 85

            Her son said: ‘When I was a kid, I thought my mother was Mary Tyler Moore.’ She looked like the TV star, and ‘I saw her as being strong and out on her own.’

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            David Schramm, starred as Roy Biggins on ‘Wings,’ dies at 73

            The Kentucky native was a Julliard graduate whose acting career spanned 40 years in theater, film and television.

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            ’90s country上海11选5走势图 singer Joe Diffie dies of coronavirus complications

            The performer of hits including "Third Rock from the Sun" was 61.

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            Country music singer-songwriter Jan Howard dies at 91

            The Grand Ole Opry, of which she was a member for nearly 50 years, announced her death on Saturday.