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  • Mary E. McCabe, homemaker

    Mary E. McCabe, homemaker
    Mary E. McCabe, a homemaker and volunteer, died of complications from pneumonia Tuesday at Roland Park Place. She was 99. The daughter of John Walbach Edelen Sr., who purchased Stebbins Anderson Co. and the Enterprise Fuel Co. in 1926, and Francis...
  • Dr. John H. 'Jack' Hebb

    Dr. John H. 'Jack' Hebb
    Dr. John H. "Jack" Hebb, a retired gynecologist whose career spanned more than 40 years, died of multiple organ failure Monday at the Brightwood retirement community in Lutherville. He was 91. "He was a straightforward, no-BS type of physician in his...
  • Rondal Partridge dies at 97; photographer known for irreverence

    Rondal Partridge apprenticed himself to Ansel Adams as a teenager, lugging the master photographer's heavy equipment up and down Yosemite's majestic peaks. He also was fired on several occasions, including the time he tied Adams' shoelaces together...
  • Nancy L. Kramer

    Nancy L. Kramer
    Nancy L. Kramer, who was a co-founder and first director of Downtown Baltimore Child Care Inc., which was known for its progressive approach to early childhood education, died Wednesday of Alzheimer's disease at Sunrise Senior Living in Columbia. She...
  • John S. Carroll, former Sun editor, dies at 73

    John S. Carroll, former Sun editor, dies at 73
    John S. Carroll, former editor of The Baltimore Sun and The Los Angeles Times who became a seminal figure in American journalism and operated on the principle that no detail was too small when it came to producing a great newspaper, died Sunday at his...
  • 'Eight Is Enough' star Dick Van Patten dies at 86

    'Eight Is Enough' star Dick Van Patten dies at 86
    Dick Van Patten, a stage and screen actor most famous for starring as loving father Tom Bradford in the television series “Eight Is Enough,” died Tuesday morning. He was 86. The actor died at St. John’s Hospital in Santa Monica of...
  • Frances Kroll Ring dies at 99; F. Scott Fitzgerald's final secretary

    Frances Kroll Ring dies at 99; F. Scott Fitzgerald's final secretary
    Frances Kroll Ring, one of the last living links to novelist F. Scott Fitzgerald, died Thursday, her family said. She was 99 and died at home in Benedict Canyon after a short illness. Ring began working as Fitzgerald's secretary and typist in 1939, when...
  • Phil Austin, dies at 74; voice of Firesign Theatre's Nick Danger

    Phil Austin, dies at 74; voice of Firesign Theatre's Nick Danger
    In dorm rooms across the country in the late 1960s and early 1970s, sometimes through a haze of pot smoke, a recording could be heard that sounded like an old-time radio detective show mixed with Eastern mysticism. He's ready for excitement, He's...
  • James Salter dies at 90; novelist wrote 'A Sport and a Pastime'

    James Salter dies at 90; novelist wrote 'A Sport and a Pastime'
    James Salter, the prize-winning author acclaimed for his sophisticated, granular prose and sobering insights in "Light Years," "A Sport and a Pastime" and other fiction, died Friday in Sag Harbor, N.Y. He was 90. Salter's death was confirmed by Alfred...
  • Henry Riggs dies at 80; former president of Harvey Mudd and Keck Graduate Institute

    Henry Riggs dies at 80; former president of Harvey Mudd and Keck Graduate Institute
    Henry E. Riggs, a former president of Harvey Mudd College in Claremont and founding president of the Keck Graduate Institute of Applied Life Sciences, has died. He was 80. Riggs, an early electronics executive in what became Silicon Valley, died June 10...
  • Miguel Facusse dies at 90; colorful, ruthless Honduran tycoon

    Miguel Facusse dies at 90; colorful, ruthless Honduran tycoon
    Miguel Facusse, an old-school tycoon and one of the richest men in Honduras, felt extremely comfortable in his powerful skin. So much so that his aides left him alone for nearly six hours with a Los Angeles Times reporter for a wide-ranging interview in...