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  • Dr. Nicholas Vick, respected neurologist, dies

    Dr. Nicholas Vick, respected neurologist, dies
    Dr. Nicholas Vick, former chair of the neurology department at NorthShore Evanston Hospital, was known for his advancements in the research and treatment of brain tumors, but also for his extraordinary compassion. "He was a highly, highly intelligent...
  • David Greenglass dies at 92; '40s A-bomb spy who betrayed his sister

    David Greenglass knew how history would remember him. He was "the spy that turned his family in." His confession was key to the government's case against Ethel Rosenberg — Greenglass' sister — and her husband, Julius, who were executed in...
  • F. Browne Gregg, Leesburg entrepreneur, dies at 92

    F. Browne Gregg, Leesburg entrepreneur, dies at 92
    LEESBURG — F. Browne Gregg, a leading Florida businessman who founded, then sold the multimillion-dollar Florida Crushed Stone Co. in Leesburg, died Friday at the age of 92. Gregg, who ran several construction and engineering companies across...
  • Alberico F. Lamasa, World War II veteran

    Alberico F. Lamasa, World War II veteran
    Alberico F. Lamasa, who participated in the D-Day landing in France on June 6, 1944, and later owned several Baltimore bars, died Thursday at Manor Care Towson of complications from pneumonia. He was 93. The son of Sicilian immigrants Matteo Lamasa, a...
  • Howard G. "Sonny" Willey Sr., postal worker

    Howard G. "Sonny" Willey Sr., postal worker
    Howard G. "Sonny" Willey Sr., a retired postal worker and Army veteran, died Friday at Anne Arundel Medical Center of heart failure. He was 81. Howard Gordon Willey Sr. was born in Baltimore and raised in Pasadena. He was a 1951 graduate of Glen...
  • Isaiah 'Ikey' Owens died of a heart attack, his representatives say

    Isaiah 'Ikey' Owens died of a heart attack, his representatives say
    Keyboardist Isaiah "Ikey" Owens, who was found dead in his hotel room on Tuesday, died from a heart attack, according to his representatives. “The coroner has determined that Ikey Owens died from a heart attack the morning of Oct. 14 at...
  • William Coffman Jr.: Former educator loved family, church, Dew

    William Coffman Jr.: Former educator loved family, church, Dew
    For William Coffman, his love for Mountain Dew was rivaled only by his love for his large, tight-knit family and the work he did for his church. Although his family had already given away several of the cans Coffman had at his Kissimmee home, there were...
  • Charles Hostler dies at 94; OSS agent who worked with French resistance

    Charles Hostler dies at 94; OSS agent who worked with French resistance
    For his World War II service as an intelligence officer in Nazi-occupied France, Charles Hostler received a Legion of Merit award from the U.S. and a French Legion of Honor. He also got something else: a scar on his forehead from the butt of a meat ax...
  • Tim Hauser dies at 72; founder of Manhattan Transfer

    Tim Hauser dies at 72; founder of Manhattan Transfer
    Singer Tim Hauser, the founder of the Grammy-winning vocal quartet The Manhattan Transfer, a group he established in 1969, has died. He was 72. Hauser, a Los Angeles resident, died Thursday of a heart attack in Pennsylvania, according to the group's...
  • Northwestern professor Ted Belytschko dies

     Northwestern professor Ted Belytschko dies
    Ted B. Belytschko, a mechanical engineering professor at Northwestern University for more than three decades, gained international fame for his work in the interdisciplinary field of computational mechanics. Mr. Belytschko developed groundbreaking...
  • Walter Edwards Sublette, Playboy fiction editor, Aurora professor

     Walter Edwards Sublette, Playboy fiction editor, Aurora professor
    Walter Edwards Sublette was Playboy magazine's assistant fiction editor for seven years and a freelance writer before launching a career as an educator at Aurora University, where he was a tenured communications professor and an artist in residence. Mr....