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  • Thaddeus (Trip) MontgomeryNovember 27, 1966 - April 9, 2015

    Trip was "All In" for his family and students. He was an example of love to everyone he came into contact with. He is survived by his wife, Carla, children, Trevor and Elle, his brother, Brad, his parents, Thad and Sandy Montgomery, and many Loving...
  • Dr. Alfred Rosenbloom, esteemed optometrist, dies at 94

     Dr. Alfred Rosenbloom, esteemed optometrist, dies at 94
    Dr. Alfred A. Rosenbloom, an internationally respected optometrist and pioneer in low-vision rehabilitation, help found the Low Vision Clinic at The Chicago Lighthouse in 1954. There, he and his wife met legendary author and activist Helen Keller, who...
  • Steve Byrnes dies at 56; longtime NASCAR broadcaster

    Steve Byrnes dies at 56; longtime NASCAR broadcaster
    Steve Byrnes, a longtime Fox NASCAR broadcaster whose cancer fight drew support across the racing community, died Tuesday. He was 56. Byrnes died just two days after Sunday's "Food City 500 in Support of Steve Byrnes" NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Bristol...
  • Dora K. Crawford

    Dora K. Crawford
    Dora K. Crawford, who during World War II deciphered messages that had been encoded by Germany's Enigma machines as part of Great Britain's secret Project Ultra, died April 13 at Johns Hopkins Hospital of cardiopulmonary and renal failure. The...
  • Fox NASCAR announcer Steve Byrnes dies of cancer at age 56

    Fox NASCAR announcer Steve Byrnes has died. He was 56. The network said he died Tuesday after a long battle with cancer. Byrnes joined Fox Sports in 2001 and served as a pit reporter for its Sprint Cup Series coverage through the 2014 season. He was...
  • Famed Egypt poet El Abnoudy, chronicler of rural life, dies

    State media says Egyptian poet Abdel Rahman El Abnoudy, who channeled folklore and rural life into verses that touched the Arab world, has died at 77 after a long illness. He was known for writing in the Egyptian dialect and penning lyrics for beloved...
  • Hymen Factor, who started Chicago Messenger Service, dies at 86

     Hymen Factor, who started Chicago Messenger Service, dies at 86
    Hymen "Hy" Factor started his messenger service more than a half-century ago as a one-man operation from out of his station wagon at his home in the suburbs. Chicago Messenger Service, one of the oldest and largest privately owned courier companies in...
  • Harry C. 'Jack' Hull III

    Harry C. 'Jack' Hull III
    Harry C. "Jack" Hull III, a retired financial consultant and an accomplished yachtsman who enjoyed competitive sailing and ocean racing, died April 5 at his Cleveland home of cancer. The former Annapolis resident was 68. "Jack was a delightful person...
  • Former Czech PM Stanislav Gross dies at age 45

    Stanislav Gross, who became the Czech Republic's youngest prime minister but was forced to resign nine months later, has died at the age of 45. The Social Democratic Party said Gross died Thursday but offered no details. Public television said he had...
  • 5-time Nepal Prime Minister Thapa dies at age 87

    Surya Bahadur Thapa, who served as Nepal's prime minister five times, has died in a hospital in India where he was being treated for stomach cancer, an official said Thursday. He was 87. Thakur Sharma, a spokesman for Thapa's Rastriya Prajatantra Party,...
  • Mike Mitchell dies at 66; winning racehorse trainer

    Thoroughbred trainer Mike Mitchell, who was a fixture on the Southern California horse racing scene for 40 years and held the trainer record for most wins at Del Mar racetrack, died Tuesday at home in Monrovia. He was 66. The cause was brain cancer,...