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2014 Notable Deaths

2014 Notable Deaths

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Maria von Trapp, Singer/performer
Sept. 28, 1914 – Feb. 18, 2014


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Bob Casale, Musician (Devo)
July 14, 1952- Feb. 17, 2014


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Mary Grace Canfield, Actress
Sept. 3, 1924 – Feb. 15, 2014


fregosi
Jim Fregosi, MLB player, manager, and scout
April 4, 1942 – Feb. 14, 2014


waite
Ralph Waite, Actor
June 22, 1928 – Feb. 13, 2014


caesar
Sid Caesar, Comedian and actor
Sept. 8, 1922 – Feb. 12, 2014


shirley
Shirley Temple Black, Actress
April 23, 1928 – Feb. 10, 2014


kiner
Ralph Kiner, Baseball player and broadcaster
Oct. 27, 1922 – Feb. 6, 2014


mondale
Joan Mondale, (right) wife of former Vice President Walter Mondale
Aug. 8, 1930 – Feb. 3, 2014


hoffman
Philip Seymour Hoffman, Actor
July 23, 1967 – Feb. 2, 2014


schell
Maximilian Schell, Actor
Dec. 8, 1930 – Feb. 1, 21014


pete
Pete Seeger, Folk musician, activist
May 3, 1919 – Jan. 27, 2014


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Russell Johnson, Actor (center)
Nov. 10, 1924-Jan. 16, 2014


duccini
Ruth Robinson Duccini, Actress (seated)
July 23, 1918-Jan. 16, 2014


madden
Dave Madden, Actor (back row)
Dec. 17, 1931-Jan. 16, 2014


pack
Roger Lloyd-Pack, Actor
Feb. 8, 1944- Jan. 15, 2014


sharon
Ariel Sharon, Israeli Prime Minister
Feb. 26, 1928-Jan. 11, 2014


coleman
Jerry Coleman, New York Yankees player and MLB broadcaster
Sept. 14, 1924 – Jan. 5, 2014


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Phil Everly, Musician
Jan. 19, 1939 – Jan. 3, 2014


moore
Juanita Moore, Actress
Oct. 19, 1922 – Jan. 1, 2014

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