Those We’ve Lost

The coronavirus pandemic has taken an incalculable death toll. This series is designed to put names and faces to the numbers.

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Milkha Singh, Late 80s or early 90s

d. Chandigarh, India
Indian track star
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Cornelia Oberlander, 99

d. Vancouver, British Columbia
Canadian landscape architect
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Ellen Vales, 73

d. DeLand, Fla.
School food service supervisor
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David Anthony Kraft, 68

d. Gainesville, Ga.
Comic book creator, magazine editor, TV writer
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John Davis, 66

d. Nuremberg, Germany
Voice behind Milli Vanilli
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Shirley Kost, 82

d. Arlington, Texas
Texas Rangers “Cookie Lady”
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Arthur Pomposello, 85

d. Manhattan, N.Y.
Longtime host of the Oak Room cabaret
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Rahul Vohra, 35

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Actor and video blogger
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Margaret Rossi, 72

d. Brooklyn, N.Y.
Gift shop proprieter
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William R. Harris, 79

d. Burlington, Mass.
International lawyer
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Bibi Romeiza John, 48

d. Queens, N.Y.
Home health aide
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Chandro Tomar, born 1931

d. Meerut, India
Indian sharpshooter
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Mohammad Ashraf Sehrai, 77

d. Jammu, India
Kashmiri separatist leader
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Manzoor Ahtesham, 73

d. Bhopal, India
Indian writer
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Paulo Gustavo, 42

d. Rio di Janeiro
Comedic actor
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Soli Sorabjee, 91

d. New Delhi
Eminent Indian jurist and jazz aficionado
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Vira Sathidar, 62

d. Nagpur, India
Activist against caste oppression
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Linda Love, 79

d. Racine, Wis.
School crossing guard and retired auto worker
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James Williams, 35

d. New Delhi
Gay activist in India
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Dr. Manisha Jadhav, 51

d. Mumbai, India
Hospital administrator
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Jeff Fox, 52

d. San Jose, Calif.
Federal agent and amateur baseball player
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Suk-joong Song, 90

d. Queens, N.Y.
Owner of a dry-cleaning business
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Clotilda Douglas-Yakimchuk, 89

d. Halifax, Nova Scotia
Pioneering Black Canadian nurse
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Rajan Mishra, 69

d. New Delhi
Indian vocalist
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Valerie Cirillo-Bunch, 41

d. Bronx, N.Y.
Child-care expert extraordinaire
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Erica Chang, 24

d. Houston area
Engineer
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Theodore Lambrinos, 85

d. Brooklyn, N.Y.
Opera baritone
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Paul Oscher, 74

d. Austin, Texas
Blues musician
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Alber Elbaz, 59

d. Paris
Fashion designer
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Richard Kim, 76

d. Manhattan, N.Y.
Prosecutor and lawyer
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Mao Ayuth, 76

d. Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Filmmaker who survived Khmer Rouge era
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Jeremiah Trusty, 38

d. Jersey City, N.J.
Model, actor, singer
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Jerry Lee Albin, 75

d. Warwick, N.Y.
A.A. mentor
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Shelia Smith, 61

d. Mobile, Ala.
Teacher’s aide
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Anthony Audy, 44

d. Burlington, Vt.
Tattoo artist
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Jeffrey Paley, 82

d. Manhattan, N.Y.
Journalist, gallerist and political economist
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Gail Coburn, 71

d. Dallas
Social worker and single mother
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Judy McGinn, 78

d. Athens, Ohio
Librarian with a varied life
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Nemam Ghafouri, 52

d. Stockholm
Doctor who aided Yazidis in Iraq
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Lois Sasson, 80

d. Manhattan, N.Y.
Jewelry designer
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Daniel Laske, 21

d. Bronx, N.Y.
College student
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Elena Malagodi, 84

d. Mbour, Senegal
Curator and philanthropist in Senegal
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Jimmy Gamonet de los Heros, 63

d. Lima, Peru
Ballet choreographer
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Dr. Michael Bennett, 52

d. St. Louis
Small town doctor
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Gail Slatter, 68

d. Bronx, N.Y.
Retired New York Times news assistant
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Marianne Steiner, 101

d. Manhattan, N.Y.
Refugee who found comfort in a Manhattan life
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Tony Murray, 60

d. Valley Stream, N.Y.
Wise counsel to a gay N.B.A. player
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Amaranth Ehrenhalt, 93

d. Manhattan, N.Y.
Abstract Expressionist artist
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Dennis S. Mileti, 75

d. Rancho Mirage, Calif.
Disaster planning expert
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Christine McHorse, 72

d. Santa Fe, N.M.
Ceramicist
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Ion Mihai Pacepa, 92

d. Undisclosed
Top-level Soviet Bloc defector
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Mary Monahan, 67

d. Raritan, N.J.
Nursery school director
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Paul Jones, 40

d. Stony Brook, N.Y.
Realtor, bouncer, property manager
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Peter Semler, 89

d. Manhattan
Cold War diplomat
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Aruká Juma, Around 90

d. Porto Velho, Brazil
Last remaining male of the Juma people in Brazil
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Monica Alexis, 83

d. San Antonio
Retired nurse’s aide
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Annmarie Reinhart Smith, 61

d. Durham, N.C.
Champion of laid-off retail workers
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Anna Majani, 85

d. Bologna, Italy
Grande Dame of Italian chocolate making
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Bill C. Davis, 69

d. Torrington, Conn.
Playwright
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Erica Faye Watson, 48

d. Montego Bay, Jamaica
Comedian, actress, television personality
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Walter Chambers, 46

d. Columbus, Ga.
Bird-loving pharmacist
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Norman Landsberg, 94

d. Oceanside, N.Y.
Diamond district jeweler
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Derek Khan, 63

d. Dubai
Onetime fashion stylist for hip-hop stars
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Antoine Hodge, 38

d. Orlando, Fla.
Opera singer
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Raymond Cauchetier, 101

d. Paris
New Wave cinema’s photographer
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Claudette White, 39

d. Yuma, Ariz.
Leading tribal judge
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Luis Fernando Arias, 41

d. Baranquilla, Colombia
Defender of Indigenous rights in Colombia
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Lenore Janis, 86

d. Brookfield, Conn.
Guided women in the construction industry
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Elizabeth R. Duff, 72

d. Nashville
Nashville’s first woman bus driver
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Joy Kaiser, 90

d. Palo Alto, Calif.
Supporter of Black medical workers in South Africa
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Fernando Hidalgo, 78

d. Coral Gables, Fla.
Cuban-born variety show host
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Jack Schwartz, 82

d. Bronx, N.Y.
Lifelong newspaperman
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Barbara Ann Rowan, 82

d. Arlington, Va.
Trailblazer lawyer
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Leo A. Goodman, 92

d. Berkeley, Calif.
Statistician and sociologist who made major breakthroughs
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Dr. David Katzenstein, 69

d. Harare, Zimbabwe
Virologist and AIDS researcher
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Brenda Ballin, 91

d. Manhattan
Met Museum volunteer guide
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Dr. John Bentson, 83

d. Los Angeles
Neuroradiologist who invented a new exploratory device
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Helen Etuk, 20

d. Arlington, Texas
College student with an ambition to be a pediatrician
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Ron Wright, 67

d. Dallas
Republican congressman from Texas
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Arianna Rosenbluth, 93

d. Pasadena, Calif.
Physicist who helped create a foundational algorithm
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Lourdes Rivera, 68

d. Manhattan, N.Y.
Private school receptionist
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Anne Feeney, 69

d. Pittsburgh
Tireless folk musician
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Albert Hale, 70

d. Mesa, Ariz.
Former president of the Navajo Nation
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Carmen Vázquez, 72

d. Brooklyn, N.Y.
Prominent L.G.B.T.Q. activist
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Sandie Crisp, 61

d. Los Angeles
Underground actress and muse
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Grant Jackson, 78

d. Canonsburg, Pa.
Major League pitcher
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Ross Graham, 93

d. Manhattan, N.Y.
New York City civic leader, behind the scenes
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Richard Feigen, 90

d. Mount Kisco, N.Y.
Art gallerist and collector
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Marc Wilmore, 57

d. Pomona, Calif.
Television writer and producer
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Sylvia Lieber , 102

d. Glen Cove, N.Y.
Primary school teacher
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Sonny Fox, 95

d. Encino, Calif.
Longtime host of the children’s TV show “Wonderama”
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Isidore Torres, 73

d. Troy, Mich.
Trailblazing Latino judge in Michigan
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Corky Lee, 73

d. Queens, N.Y.
Photographer of Asian-American Life
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Debbie Hennessy, 80

d. Long Beach, Calif.
Cal State administrator
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Sekou Smith, 48

d. Marietta, Ga.
N.B.A. reporter and analyst
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Jerry Brandt, 82

d. Miami Beach
Owner of high-profile New York nightclubs
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Juan Carlos Copes, 89

d. Buenos Aires
Tango star
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Diane Fillmore, 59

d. Dayton, Ohio
Navy vet who changed course in her 50s
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Elias Rahbani, 82

d. Beirut
Beloved Lebanese composer
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Gladdie Fowler, 69

d. Houston
Educator and mental health advocate
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Suhail Zaheer Lari, 84

d. Karachi, Pakistan
Pakistani historian
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Elijah Moshinsky, 75

d. London
Opera director
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Antonio Sabàto Sr., 77

d. Hemet, Calif.
Actor in spaghetti westerns
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Patty Sakal, 62

d. San Diego
American Sign Language interpreter
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Barbara Shelley, 88

d. London
Queen of horror films
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George Whitmore, 89

d. Fresno, Calif.
Mountain climber
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Tom Lankford, 85

d. Gadsden, Ala.
Journalist during the civil rights era
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Debra Ivory, 62

d. Oklahoma City
Barbecue restaurant owner
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Philip J. Smith, 89

d. Manhattan, N.Y.
Chairman of the Schubert Organization
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Ted Lumpkin Jr., 100

d. Los Angeles
Former Tuskegee airman
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Lynn H. Gray Jr., 78

d. Wheat Ridge, Colo.
Advocate for young people being left behind.
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Dee Rowe, 91

d. Storrs, Conn.
UConn basketball coach and fund-raiser
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Barry Goldsmith, 82

d. Albuquerque
Architect with a complicated past
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Thomas Verdillo, 77

d. Brooklyn, N.Y.
Restaurateur
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Shamsur Rahman Faruqi, 85

d. Allahabad, India
Influential author and scholar of Urdu literature
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Joanne Michaels, 69

d.
Travel writer
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Richard Means, 78

d. Oak Park, Ill.
Election lawyer
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Rosemary Collins, 51

d. Clearwater, Fla.
High school choral and church music director
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Julius Schachter, 84

d. San Francisco
Scientist and leading expert on chlamydia
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Klara Kasparova, 83

d. Moscow
Mother of the chess champion Garry Kasparov
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Bassam Saba, 62

d. Beirut, Lebanon
Proponent of Arabic music
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Virginia Shackles, 99

d. Ste. Genevieve, Missouri
Painter of vivid scenery
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Jose Garcia, 68

d. Las Cruces, N.M.
Farmworker in New Mexico
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Rosendo and Rogelio Mendoza, 56

d. Lubbock, Texas
Twin brothers and welders from Lorenzo, Texas.
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Benny Napoleon, 65

d. Detroit
Sheriff in Michigan
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Kim Ki-duk, 59

d. Latvia
South Korean film director
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Harold Budd, 86

d. Arcadia, Calif.
Pianist and composer
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Dorothy Gill Barnes, 93

d. Columbus, Ohio
Artist who found her material in trees
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Richard Hinch, 71

d. Merrimack, N.H.
Speaker of the New Hampshire state House
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Dr. Carlos Araujo Preza, 51

d. Houston
Pulmonologist and chief of critical care
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Carol Sutton, 76

d. New Orleans
Stage and film actor
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Lidia Menapace, 96

d. Bolzano, Italy
Partisan, feminist and lifelong activist
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Dr. Jerrold M. Post, 83

d. Washington
Political psychologist at the C.I.A.
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Charley Pride, 86

d. Dallas
Country music star
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Brittanya Karma, 29

d. Hamburg, Germany
Social media star and rapper
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Lillian E. Blancas, 47

d. El Paso
Lawyer and judicial candidate
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Arnie Robinson Jr., 72

d. San Diego
Olympic long jump champion
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Lorraine Millar, 95

d. North Branford, Conn.
Survivor in the face of tragedy
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The Rev. Wilbert Robertson, 86

d. Roslyn, S.D.
Pastor for Native American congregations
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Fred Sasakamoose, 86

d. Prince Albert, Saskatchewan
Pioneering Indigenous player in the N.H.L.
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Suhaila Siddiq, 81 or 82

d. Kabul
Afghanistan’s first female general and a renowned surgeon
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Fernando Solanas, 84

d. Paris
Argentine fillmmaker and political firebrand
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Lon Adams, 95

d. Raleigh
Developer of the Slim Jim flavor
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Valéry Giscard d’Estaing, 94

d. Loir-et-Cher, France
French statesman
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Raja Mukhopadhyay, 50

d. Kolkata, India
Police officer and poet
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Dr. Michael Davidson, 77

d. Anchorage
Epidemiologist and outdoorsman
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Michel Robin, 90

d.
Award-winning French character actor
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Brandy Houser, 41

d. Modesto, Calif.
Hospice care consultant
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Ian Finkel, 72

d. Manhattan
“World’s greatest xylophonist”
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Honestie Hodges, 14

d. Grand Rapids, Mich.
Her handcuffing led to new law enforcement policy
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David Maas, 57

d. Chicago
“Quick Change” artist
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Eric Hall, 73

d. London
Music promoter and soccer agent
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Nelly Kaplan, 89

d. Geneva
Director of feminist films
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Gianni Bernardinello, 76

d. Milan
Baker who gave out bread during the pandemic
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Soumitra Chatterjee, 85

d. Kolkata, India
Indian film star of global acclaim
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José Luiz da Silva, 52

d. Santo Antônio de Jesus, Brazil
Brazilian humorist and social media star
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LaTasha Benton, 43

d. Lexington, Ky.
Dedicated activist
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Eleanor Schano, 88

d. Pittsburgh
Trailblazing TV journalist
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Alexander Vedernikov, 56

d. Moscow
Russian opera and orchestra conductor
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Lindy McDaniel, 84

d. Carrollton, Texas
Relief pitcher for the Yankees, Cardinals and others
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David Andahl, 55

d. Bismarck
Winning candidate in North Dakota
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Lynn Kellog Simpers, 77

d. St. Louis
Actress and singer who was in the original cast of “Hair”
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Rev. Irvin Baxter Jr., 75

d. Unknown
End times televangelist
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Annie Feron, 83

d. Liège, Belgium
Belgian teacher and foreign-exchange student host
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Saeb Erekat, 65

d. Jerusalem
Palestinian leader and key negotiator
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Roger Ryman , 70

d. Lincoln, Neb.
Real estate man, but a cowboy first
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Dan Camp, 79

d. Meridian, Miss.
Developer of a prized Mississippi district
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Gene Mater, 93

d. Bethlehem, Pa.
Newsman in broadcast and papers
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Tony Stempeck, 63

d. Reno, Nev.
Scion of a venerable Reno restaurant family.
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Arolde de Oliveira, 83

d. Rio de Janeiro
Brazilian senator
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John Condrone, 59

d. Maryville, Tenn.
Professional wrestler and musician
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Bobby Ball, 76

d. London
Half of the British TV comedy team “Cannon & Ball”
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Amanda Bouffioux, 44

d. Anchorage
Alaska Native and mother
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Elvia Ramirez, 17

d. Fargo, N.D.
Youngest Covid death in her state
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Peter Secchia, 83

d. Grand Rapids, Mich.
Businessman who aided two presidents
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Choua Yang, 53

d. St. Paul, Minn.
Hmong refugee and educator
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Sharon Hunt, 65

d. Montgomery, Ohio
Schoolteacher for a quarter-century
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Jeannette Williams-Parker, 48

d. Morgantown, W.Va.
First nurse to die of Covid-19 in her state
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Charles Giambelluca, 77

d. Trenton, N.J.
Sporting goods store owner and youth baseball coach
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Bishop Harrison Johnson, Jr., 65

d. El Paso, Texas
Pastor and funeral director
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Lonnie Norman, 79

d. Smyrna, Tenn.
Mayor of Manchester, Tenn., home of Bonnaroo
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Rebecca Cryer, 73

d. Norman, Okla.
Tribal judge and Oklahoma bombing survivor
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The Rev. John Vakulskas, 76

d. Sioux City, Iowa
Priest who ministered to carnival workers
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Fred Dean, 68

d. En route to Jackson, Miss.
Pro football Hall of Famer
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Max Osceola Jr., 70

d. Weston, Fla.
Longtime member of the Seminole tribal leadership
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Stuart Bowyer, 86

d. Orinda, Calif.
Astronomer with an ear bent for E.T.
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Walter Ashcraft Jr., 91

d. Anderson, S.C.,
N.F.L. draftee who went into the restaurant industry
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Mitsuye Tanamachi, 97

d. Mesquite, Texas
Japanese-American interned during World War II
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Domenic Parisi, 76

d. Hackensack, N.J.
Barber who cut Richard Nixon’s hair
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Gary Pettus, 70

d. Florence, Ala.
Retired plumber who used his skills in disaster relief
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Mario J. Aranda, 79

d. San Francisco
Advocate for immigrants and bilingual education
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Giovanni D'Alise, 72

d. Caserta, Italy
Italian Roman Catholic bishop
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Maurice Edwards, 97

d. Englewood, N.J.
Actor, director, writer, orchestra artistic director
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The Rev. Edoardo Tamer, 83

d. Aleppo, Syria
Franciscan priest
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James Helferich, 75

d. Ocala, Fla.
Prison food services director
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Kenzo Takada, 81

d. Paris
Fashion designer
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S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, 74

d. Chennai, India
Singing star of Indian movies
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Grace Meo, 93

d. Somerset, N.J.
Onetime dressmaker and Sinatra fan
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Norman Bernal, 75

d. Lawrenceville, Ga.
Violinist and public school music teacher
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Jay Johnstone, 74

d. Los Angeles
Major League outfielder and prankster
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Bette Dewing, 97

d. Manhattan, N.Y.
Upper East Side columnist
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Dr. Rebecca Shadowen, 62

d. Bowling Green, Ky.
Physician and specialist in infectious diseases
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Catharine Phanavong, 39

d. Los Angeles
Executive assistant and dinner party enthusiast
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Sterling Magee, 84

d. Pinellas Park, Fla.
Blues musician better known as Mr. Satan
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Tommy DeVito, 92

d. Henderson, Nev.
An original member of the Four Seasons
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Bryan Fonseca, 65

d. Indianapolis
Theater impresario committed to inclusion
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Charles Peterson, 46

d. Columbia, S.C.
Major League Baseball scout and volunteer high school football coach
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Tommy Searcey, 45

d. The Woodlands, Texas
Houston firefighter
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Henrietta Boggs, 102

d. Montgomery, Ala.
Adventurer, writer and Costa Rica’s first lady.
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Ke’Lin Dillard, 29

d. Baton Rouge, La.
Caregiver for those with special needs
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Ricardo Valderrama, 75

d. Cusco, Peru
Anthropologist and mayor of Cusco, Peru
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Tyler Amburgey, 29

d. Lavon, Texas
Former professional hockey player
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William Pursell, 94

d. Nashville
Nashville studio pianist and composer
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Bruce Williamson, 49

d. Las Vegas
Former member of the Temptations
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Anthony M. Hopkins, 70

d. Elizabethtown, Ky.
War veteran and letter carrier
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Felicia Campbell, 89

d. Las Vegas
Professor at U.N.L.V.
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Marcia Sasser , 75

d. Atlanta
Legal secretary unbowed by pain
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Cecilia Romo, 74

d. Mexico City
Mexican actress
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Neelanshu Shukla, 30

d. Kanpur, India
Indian television journalist
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Conny Nxumalo, 53

d. Pretoria, South Africa
South African social welfare official
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Angela Russell , 65

d. Paoli, Pa.
Miracle survivor
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Tom Seaver, 75

d.
Major League pitcher
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Betty J. McBride, 71

d. Columbus, Ga.
Teacher and school counselor
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George Wolf, 92

d. Manhattan, N.Y.
Garment manufacturer
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James "Tootie" Robbins, 62

d. Chandler, Ariz.
Offensive lineman in the N.F.L.
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Aldir Blanc, 73

d. Rio de Janeiro
Poetic lyricist of samba
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Dirk Mudge, 92

d. Windhoek, Namibia
Namibian politician who helped broker independence
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Ian McRae, 90

d. Johannesburg
Power company chief in apartheid South Africa
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Archbishop Oscar Cruz, 85

d. Manila
Philippine cleric who took on the powerful
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Bernard Fils-Aimé, 67

d. Miami
Haitian activist and cellphone executive
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Frank Cullotta, 81

d. Las Vegas
Former mobster in Chicago and Las Vegas
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Dr. Alyce Gullattee, 91

d. Rockville, Md.
National expert on substance abuse
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Nina Popova, 97

d. St. Augustine, Fla.
Ballet dancer
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Margaret and Jimmy Shaw, 79 and 80

d. Miami, Fla.
They eloped at 17, and died of the coronavirus weeks before their 63rd anniversary
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Beth Salamensky, 43

d. Chicago
Lawyer who found an L.G.B.T.Q. community
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Stephen F. Williams, 83

d. Washington
U.S. Appeals Court judge
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Sixto Brillantes Jr. , 80

d. Manila
Chairman of Philippines election commission and veteran political insider
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Barbara Caplan, 93

d. Dedham, Mass.
Trend spotter in market research
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Dr. Jay Galst, 69

d. Manhattan
Ophthalmologist with an interest in coins
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Aritana Yawalapiti, 71

d. Goiania, Brazil
Indigenous leader in Brazil
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Deborah Henson, 56

d. Orlando
Devoted church member
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David Galante, 96

d. Buenos Aires
Holocaust survivor
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James Harris, 70

d. Oxford, Miss.
Wrestler known as “Kamala”
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Bill Mack, 91

d. Irving, Texas
Country DJ and songwriter
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Col. Steven dePyssler, 101

d. Bossier City, La.
Veteran of four wars
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Robbie Waters, 84

d. Sacramento, Calif.
Sacramento officer and legislator
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Sharon Williams, 54

d. Slidell, La.
Administrator for the New Orleans Police Department
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Barbara Costikyan, 91

d. Edgewater, N.J.
New York magazine food columnist
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James Powers, 80

d. Manhattan, N.Y.
Gallery owner for Black artists
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Helen Jones Woods, 96

d. Sarasota, Fla.
Musician in all-female, multi-racial jazz band
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Bernaldina José Pedro, 75

d. Boa Vista, Brazil
Leader among the Indigenous Macuxi
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John Eric Swing, 48

d. Fountain Valley, Calif.
Champion of Filipino-Americans
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Victor Victor , 71

d. Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Beloved musician of the Dominican Republic
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Dr. Eddie Negrón, 69

d. Fort Walton Beach, Fla.
Internist on Florida’s Emerald Coast
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Dobby Dobson, 78

d. Coral Springs, Fla.
Jamaican singer and songwriter
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Waldemar Gonzalez, 72

d. White Plains, N.Y.
Teacher and social worker
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Hugh Freyer, 86

d. Bronx, N.Y.
Banker executive and devoted poker player
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Renada McGuire, 39

d. Jacksonville, Fla.
Home health aide
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Katherine B. Hoffman, 105

d. Tallahassee, Fla.
Chemistry professor and champion of F.S.U. women
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Willie Doria, 96

d. San Antonio
Navy, Air Force vet and baseball usher
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Darius Settles, 30

d. Antioch, Tenn.
Suit designer and church organist
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David Sackoff, 71

d. Bronx, N.Y.
A survivor
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Marlene Sekaquaptewa, 79

d. Mesa, Ariz.
Hopi village governor and matriarch
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Samantha Hickey, 45

d. Meridian, Idaho
Nurse practitioner
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Gerald Williams, 85

d. Manhattan, N.Y.
Eclectic writer and editor
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Samantha Diaz, 29

d. Palm Beach, Fla.
Medical assistant in a cardiology practice
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Cosmas Magaya, 66

d. Harare, Zimbabwe
Zimbabwean musician and master of the mbira
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Frans Nieuwendam, 60

d. Manhattan, N.Y.
Fashion consultant
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Brandis Kemp, 76

d. Los Angeles
Actress on film and television
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Hillary Gregg, 73

d. Queens, N.Y.
Line cook at vaunted New York restaurants
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Vickey Gibbs, 57

d. Houston
Pastor at LGBTQ-welcoming congregation in Houston
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Abraham Vega, 48

d. Dallas
County sheriff in Texas
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Michael W. Lewis, 65

d. Fort Worth
Volunteer for released prisoners
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José Moron, 54

d. Chicago
Owner of a metalwork firm
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Ragaa el-Gedawy, 85

d. Ismailia, Egypt
Beloved Egyptian movie actress
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Adrian Gomez, 52

d. Brownsville, Texas
Assistant program director at a migrant youth shelter
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James S. Harrison, 84

d. Cresskill, N.J.
Music professor at Hunter College
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Santiago Manuin, 63

d. Chiclayo, Peru
Indigenous leader and right activist in Peru
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Richard di Liberto , 82

d. Manhasset, N.Y.
Photographer of museum art
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Dulce Nunes, 90

d. Rio de Janeiro
Brazilian bossa nova singer
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Nick Cordero, 41

d. Los Angeles
Musical theater actor
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Tânio Mendonça, 52

d. Rio de Janeiro
Samba composer for Brazil’s Carnaval
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Lenora Fay Garfinkel, 90

d. Hackensack, NJ
Architect specializing in designs for Orthodox Jewish congregations
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Maria de Sousa, 80

d. Lisbon
Leading Portuguese scientist
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Gregori V. Armstrong, 66

d. Chicago
Chicago ironworker and building inspector
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Nelson Henry Jr., 96

d. Philadelphia
W.W. II vet who fought to upgrade unjust discharge
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Allen Lew, 69

d. Queens, N.Y.
A vice chancellor at the City University of New York
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Gregory Katz, 67

d. London
Foreign correspondent
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Tito Vertiz, 80

d. Lima, Peru
Counselor to women in prison
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Yvonne Sherwell, 92

d. Manhattan, N.Y.
Actress and cabaret singer with a Greenwich Village life
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Sergio Sant'Anna, 78

d. Rio de Janeiro
Brazilian fiction writer with an experimental bent
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Kenneth Lewes, 76

d. Manhattan
Psychologist who challenged prevailing ideas about homosexuality
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Sister Angela Marie Rooney, 103

d. Bronx, N.Y.
Sister of Charity, her order’s oldest
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Akbar Nurid-Din Shabazz, 70

d. The Woodlands, Texas
Prison chaplain in Texas
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Elsa Joubert, 97

d. Cape Town
South African writer
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Chris Trousdale, 34

d. Burbank, Calif.
Former boy band idol
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Dennis Nagle, 78

d. Bedford, Mass.
Free-spirited lab director at M.I.T.
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Dan Foster, 61

d. Lagos, Nigeria
Nigerian radio personality, via the United States
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Robert M. Laughlin, 85

d. Alexandria, Va.
Expert on Mayan languages and culture
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Paulinho Paiakan, 67

d. Redenção, Brazil
Brazilian Indigenous leader and rainforest defender
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Brenda Ravenell, 64

d. Rockville Centre, N.Y.
Lawyer with a compassionate touch
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John Rankin, 65

d. Rockville, Md.
Grant proposal writer who loved language
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Stephan Kamholz, 72

d. Brooklyn, N.Y.
Chair of medicine at Maimonides Medical Center
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Lynika Strozier , 35

d. Chicago
Research scientist with ‘golden hands’
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Messias Kokama, 53

d. Manaus, Brazil
Indigenous leader in Brazil
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Yupadee Kobkulboonsiri, 51

d. Brooklyn, N.Y.
Designer of whimsical jewelry
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Vanee Sykes, 53

d. Oceanside, N.Y.
Advocate for women released from prison
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Manuel Felguérez, 91

d. Mexico City
Abstract painter, sculptor, muralist
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Rabbi Yisroel Friedman, 83

d. Manhattan, N.Y.
Talmudic scholar and yeshiva dean
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Leota Dooley, 97

d. Salida, Colo.
Music lover in the mountains
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Alan Hurwitz, 79

d. Denver
Bank robber and former educator known as the “Zombie Bandit”
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Baruch Haviv, 82

d. Manhattan, N.Y.
Pilot, landlord, music lover
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Carol Krieger, 80

d. St. Paul, Minn.
Retired teacher of emotionally troubled children
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Margaret Holloway, 68

d. New Haven, Conn.
Sidewalk thespian who battled demons
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Salvatore Scilanga, 51

d. Catanzaro, Italy
Coast Guard officer who rescued migrants at sea
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Eva Konrad Hawkins, 90

d. Bronx, N.Y.
Marine scientist who escaped the Holocaust
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Nicholas Rinaldi, 86

d. Bridgeport, Conn.
Novelist, poet and teacher of literature
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Marny Xiong, 31

d. St. Paul, Minn.
School board chair and community organizer
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Yves-Emmanuel Segui, 60

d. Newark, N.J.
Immigrant pharmacist who refused to be defeated
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Julio Guzman, 64

d. Hackensack, N.J.
Pastor with roots in El Salvador
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Bradley Fields, 68

d. Washington, D.C.
Magician, actor, mime, teacher, math enthusiast
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Evelyn Caro, 75

d. Baltimore
Retired nurse who went back to work during the pandemic
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Sandra Gaines, 75

d. Detroit
Banquet server who was hard-working and caring
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Charles Kleinberg, 71

d. Brooklyn, N.Y.
Federal prosecutor with a mathematical mind
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Hecky Powell, 71

d. Glenview, Ill.
Barbecue entrepreneur and civic leader
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Vladimir M. Lopukhin, 68

d. Moscow
Energy minister present at Soviet Union’s demise
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John McCormack, 61

d. Queens, NY
Off-Broadway theater producer and career builder
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Celine Fariala Mangaza, 52

d. Bukavu, Democratic Republic of Congo
Congolese polio survivor who brought others together
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Angelo Rottoli, 61

d. Ponte San Pietro, Italy
Heavyweight boxing champion and man about town
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Mary J. Wilson, 83

d. Randallstown, Md
First African-American senior zookeeper at Baltimore Zoo
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Federico Acerri, 83

d. Detroit
Artist known as Mad Monk, and the answer man
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Ruben Varias Reyes, 79

d. London
Philippine diplomat who questioned extravagant purchases by the Marcos family
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Joel Revzen, 74

d. Manhattan, N.Y.
Opera conductor at the Met, Mariinsky and elsewhere
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Benjamin Smalls, 72

d. Poughkeepsie, N.Y.
Jailhouse lawyer
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Marion and Harold Wernig, 85 and 87

d. Patchogue, N.Y.
Couple with a lifelong love
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Alberto Rottura, 77

d. Manhattan, N.Y.
Haircutter to loyal boldface names
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Gladys Cortes, 48

d. Bay Shore, N.Y.
Supermarket worker always there for others
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Carvel H. Moore, 90

d. Croton-on-Hudson, N.Y.
Improver of New York neighborhoods
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Eduardo L. Gancayco, 62

d. Manhattan, N.Y.
Hospital food service manager
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Steve Hann, 67

d. Bronx, N.Y.
Sidewalk bookseller who loved to connect
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José María Galante, 71

d. Madrid
Relentless pursuer of justice for Franco’s victims
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Anthony Bailey, 87

d. Harwich, Essex, England
Writer of books and New Yorker articles
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John von Sternberg, 79

d. Denville, N.J.
Volunteer firefighter and real estate broker
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Michael Halkias, 82

d. Manhattan, N.Y.
Owner of Brooklyn’s Grand Prospect Hall
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Salvatore 'Cappi' Capozucca, 65

d. Manhattan, N.Y.
Real estate broker but a rock drummer at heart
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Rafael Leonardo Black, 71

d. Brooklyn
Self-trained artist who lived like a hermit.
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John Driscoll, 70

d. Peekskill, N.Y.
Art expert and gallerist.
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Lloyd Porter, 49

d. Brooklyn, N.Y.
Cafe owner who dispensed wisdom and love
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Joel M. Reed, 86

d. Queens, N.Y.
Director of cult horror movie
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Bernice Silver, 106

d. Englewood, N.J.
Puppeteer with an activist bent
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Wilson Roosevelt Jerman, 91

d. Woodbridge, Va.
Former White House butler
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Sally Rowley, 88

d. Tucson, Ariz.
Freedom rider and street artist
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Harold Blake, 91

d. Manhattan, N.Y.
Aide to Robert Moses and lifelong Greenwich Villager
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Francis A. Kennedy, 95

d. Clarence, N.Y.
Korean War hero and inventor
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Kamal Ahmed, 69

d. Queens, N.Y.
Hotel banquet worker and Bangladeshi leader
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Melford Henson, 65

d. Chino, Calif.
Fell ill in prison shortly before he was to be released.
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Nita Pippins, 93

d. Manhattan, N.Y.
Mother to a generation of AIDS patients
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Annie Glenn, 100

d. St. Paul, Minn.
Champion of people with speech disorders
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Yu Lihua, 90

d. Gaithersburg, Md.
Writer who captured the Chinese experience abroad.
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Marie Pino, 67

d. Albuquerque
Navajo teacher with a sense of duty
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Conrad Ifill, 81

d. Hempstead, N.Y.
Bakery owner attuned to the West Indies
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Cleon and Leon Boyd, 64

d. Bennington, Vt., and Keene, N.H.
Twins who tended to Vermont’s landscape
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Peter J. Brancazio, 81

d. Manhasset, N.Y.
Scientist who explained the physics of sports
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Tendol Gyalzur, 69

d. Chur, Switzerland
Savior of Tibetan orphans
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Ty, 47

d. London
British rapper with a storytelling gift
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Antonio González Pacheco, 73

d. Madrid
Police officer accused in Franco-era Spain
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Ralph W. McGehee, 92

d. Falmouth, Maine
An agent who turned on the C.I.A.
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Martin Lovett, 93

d. London
Cellist of the storied Amadeus Quartet
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Jerzy Glowczewski, 97

d. Manhattan, N.Y.
Last of the WWII Polish fighter pilots
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Jonathan Adewumi , 57

d. Bayonne, N.J.
Uniter of Nigerians in New York.
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Michael Armstrong, 79

d. Brooklyn, N.Y.
Onetime publisher of the newspaper The Phoenix
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Dr. Julie Butler, 62

d. Manhattan, N.Y.
Veterinarian who served Harlem
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Edith Richemond, 88

d. Brooklyn, N.Y.
Haitian immigrant with a big heart
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Sister Georgianna Glose, 73

d. Brooklyn, N.Y.
Renegade nun who ran a nonprofit anchor in Brooklyn
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Jimmy Glenn, 89

d. Manhattan
Former boxing trainer who owned a well-known Times Square bar.
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Roy Horn, 75

d. Las Vegas
One half of Siegfried & Roy
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Motoko Fujishiro Huthwaite, 92

d. Taylor, Mich.
Last living woman member of the W.W. II Monuments team
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Daisy Lucidi, 90

d. Rio de Janeiro
Brazilian radio and telenovelas star
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Myles Coker, 69

d. Manhattan, N.Y.
Freed from life in prison
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Paul Shelden, 79

d. Hewlett, N.Y.
Clarinetist who wanted music to be easily accessible
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Yukio Okamoto, 74

d. Tokyo
Diplomat who championed Japan’s alliance with the United States
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Alfredo and Susana Pabatao, 68 and 64

d. North Bergen, N.J.
Hospital transport aide and assistant nurse
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Dave Greenfield, 71

d.
Keyboardist of The Stranglers band
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Gen. Munir Mohamad Mangal, 70

d. Kabul, Afghanistan
Afghan general and former police commander
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Dr. Barry Webber , 67

d. Manhattan, N.Y.
General surgeon who volunteered to treat Covid-19 patients
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Stanley Moser, 88

d. Fort Lee, N.J.
Encyclopedia executive with perfect timing
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Jana Prince, 43

d. Gretna, La.
Social worker who dedicated her life to others
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Bana Ali, 54

d. London
Somalia’s biggest basketball booster
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Liu Shouxiang, 61

d. Wuhan, China
Painter of watercolor who spent decades championing the form
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Daniel and Valerie Zane, 94 and 91

d. Haverford, Pa.
Retired lawyer and medical administrator
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Germano Celant, 79

d. Milan
Curator, critic and art historian
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Idris Bey, 60

d. Brooklyn, N.Y.
E.M.T. and former Marine who rushed to the World Trade Center on 9/11
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Willie Levi, 73

d. Waterloo, Iowa
Liberated from a life of indignity
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Sister Patricia McGowan, 80

d. Manhattan, New York
Sister Patsy dispensed tough but empathetic love to her students
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Tim Brooke-Taylor, 79

d.
Comedy star of 1970s British television
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Valentina Blackhorse, 28

d. Kayenta, Ariz.
Navajo Nation aspiring leader
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Madeline Kripke, 76

d. Manhattan, N.Y.
Collector of dictionaries and lover of words.
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David Toren, 94

d. Manhattan, N.Y.
Patent lawyer who recovered a family painting looted by the Nazis
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Samuel Hargress Jr., 84

d. Manhattan, N.Y.
Owner of Paris Blues, a beloved Harlem jazz joint
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Ricardo Brennand, 92

d. Recife, Brazil
Brazilian industrialist with an eye for collecting
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Milena Jelinek, 84

d. Manhattan, N.Y.
Film professor and screenwriter
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Tadashi Tsufura, 89

d. Queens, N.Y.
Teacher and principal shaped by internment
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Arlene Saunders, 89

d. Bronx, N.Y.
Soprano of opera companies in New York and Hamburg
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Norman Gulamerian, 92

d. New Providence, N.J.
Art supply businessman with a romantic streak
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Corliss Henry, 95

d. Summit, N.J.
Trailblazing New Jersey nurse
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Bruce Myers, 78

d. Paris
Actor and stalwart of Peter Brook productions
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Francisco Mendez, 61

d. Jersey City, N.J.
Boxing gym owner and beloved trainer
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Steve Dalkowski, 80

d. New Britain, Conn.,
Gifted pitcher who never made the big leagues
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Sister Bertha Laforest, 94

d. Chicoutimi, Quebec, Canada.
Nun in a Quebec convent
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Philip Kahn, 100

d. Westbury, N.Y.
World War II veteran whose twin died in the Spanish Flu epidemic a century ago
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Kenneth Saunders III, 43

d. Decatur, Ga.
Civic leader and mediating force
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Mario César Romero, 78

d. Manhattan, N.Y.
Art historian of East Harlem, N.Y.
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Fred the Godson, 41

d. Bronx, N.Y.
New York rapper known for sharp wordplay
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John Houghton, 88

d. Dolgellau, Wales
Climate scientist who was the lead editor of the influential U.N. studies on climate change.
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Iris Love, 86

d. Manhattan, N.Y.
Stylish archaeologist and champion dachshund breeder
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Abba Kyari, 67

d. Lagos, Nigeria
Chief of staff to Nigeria’s president
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John Pfahl, 81

d. Buffalo, N.Y.
Inventive landscape photographer
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Donald Kennedy, 88

d. Redwood City, Calif.
Former president of Stanford University
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Donald Reed Herring, 86

d. Norman, Okla.
Brother of Sen. Elizabeth Warren
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Ketty Herawati Sultana, 60

d. Jakarta, Indonesia
Tireless physician who treated coronavirus patients
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Joseph Feingold, 97

d. Manhattan, N.Y.
Architect and Holocaust survivor who gave a girl his violin
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Carole Brookins, 76

d. Palm Beach, Fla.
Early woman on Wall Street and a World Bank official
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José Torres, 73

d. Bronx, N.Y.
Restaurateur favored by salsa music’s stars
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Orlando Moncada, 56

d. Bronxville, N.Y.
He left Peru and grabbed hold of the American dream
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Bennie G. Adkins, 86

d. Opelika, Ala.
Medal of Honor winner for Vietnam War heroics
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Ann Sullivan, 91

d. Woodland Hills, Calif.
Animator for Disney films, including “Little Mermaid”
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Martin Douglas, 71

d. Brooklyn
Maestro of the steel-pan band
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Heherson Alvarez, 80

d. Manila
Filipino politician and activist against the Marcos regime
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Liu Ouqing, 78

d. Wuhan, China
Civil servant and school administrator
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Noach Dear, 66

d. Brooklyn, N.Y.
Combative councilman and judge
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Beryl Bernay, 94

d. Manhattan, N.Y.
Actress and children’s TV host
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Luis Sepúlveda, 70

d. Oviedo, Spain
Chilean writer jailed by Pinochet’s regime
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Tarlach MacNiallais, 57

d. Manhattan, N.Y.
Belfast-born fighter for L.B.G.T. and disability rights
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Ferdi German, 41

d. Poughkeepsie, N.Y.
Subway car inspector in Manhattan
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Stanley Chera, 77

d. Manhattan, N.Y.
Developer and friend of the president
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Fernando Miteff, 60

d. Bronx, N.Y.
Graffiti artist with a generous spirit
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Raymond Copeland, 46

d. Queens, N.Y.
Sanitation worker living his fullest days
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Cedric Dixon, 48

d. Bronx, N.Y.
Police detective in Harlem with a gift for interrogation
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Richard Passman, 94

d. Silver Spring, Md.
Rocket engineer in the early days of supersonic flight
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Lee Konitz, 92

d. Manhattan
Saxophonist and master of “cool” jazz
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Hailey Herrera, 25

d. Bronx, N.Y.
Budding therapist with a gift for empathy
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John Horton Conway, 82

d. New Brunswick, N.J.
Mathematician known as the “magical genius”
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Henry F. Graff, 98

d. Greenwich, Conn.
Columbia University historian of U.S. presidents
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Stuart Cohen, 73

d. Brooklyn, N.Y.
Brooklyn cabbie who found a home in Buddhism and a world in books
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Kimarlee Nguyen, 33

d. Everett, Mass.
Writer who inspired her Brooklyn high school students
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Michael Angel Bastiaans, 31

d. Indonesia
Indonesian teacher who reached into his own pocket to help students
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Joseph Migliucci, 81

d. White Plains, N.Y.
Fourth-generation owner of Mario’s restaurant, a Bronx institution
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Robby Browne, 72

d. Manhattan, N.Y.
Realtor and philanthropist who socialized with celebrities
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Albert K. Webster, 82

d. Manhattan, N.Y.
Executive behind New York Philharmonic’s economic growth
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The Very Rev. Antonio Checo, 67

d. Queens, N.Y.
Social worker who ministered to souls
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Wynn Handman, 97

d. Manhattan, N.Y.
Acting teacher and a founder of the American Place Theater
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Sam Clayton Jr. , 58

d. Kingston, Jamaica
Reggae producer and sound engineer with a global ear
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Lila A. Fenwick, 87

d. Manhattan, N.Y.
First black woman to graduate from Harvard Law School
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Israel Sauz, 22

d. Broken Arrow, Okla.
Assistant night manager of a gas station, and a new father
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Yaakov Perlow, 89

d. Brooklyn, N.Y.
Leader of the Novominsker Hasidic dynasty
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Jean-Laurent Cochet, 85

d. Paris
Master French acting teacher
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Alan T. Ortiz, 66

d. Paris
Philippines foreign policy expert
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Zhang Lifa, 76

d. Wuhan, China
Army veteran who worked on China’s nuclear weapons program
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Ronald W. Lewis, 68

d. New Orleans
Preserver of New Orleans performance traditions
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Laneeka Barksdale, 47

d. Detroit
Ballroom dancing star
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Dr. Ricardo Castaneda, 64

d. Manhattan, N.Y.
Caricaturist and psychiatrist who served his patients until the end
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Dr. Aileen Baviera, 60

d. Manila
Leading Philippines scholar of China
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Ahmed Ismail Hussein, 91

d. London
Venerable Somali musician
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John Prine, 73

d. Nashville
Country-folk singer who was a favorite of Bob Dylan
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David Driskell, 88

d. Hyattsville, Md.
Champion of African-American art
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Anita Fial, 87

d. Manhattan, N.Y.
Marketing expert who brought exotic foods to green grocers
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Sandra Santos-Vizcaino, 54

d. New York City
A beloved public school teacher
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Albert Petrocelli, 73

d. New York City
Fire chief who answered the call on 9/11
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Vincent Lionti, 60

d. Manhattan, N.Y.
Met Opera violist and youth orchestra conductor
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Marguerite Derrida, 87

d. Paris
Prominent French psychoanalyst and translator
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Sergio Rossi, 84

d. Cesena, Italy
Italian shoemaker known for his signature stiletto heel
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Leïla Menchari, 93

d. Paris
Longtime Hermès window dresser who created fantastical worlds
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Cristina, 64

d. Manhattan, N.Y.
Downtown New York singer with a cult following
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Mary Roman, 84

d. Norwalk, Conn.
Shot put champion and fixture in local politics
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Rafael Gómez Nieto, 99

d. Strasbourg, France
Spanish Civil War veteran who helped liberate Paris
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Michael McKinnell, 84

d. Beverly, Mass.
Architect of Boston’s monumental City Hall
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Nur Hassan Hussein, 82

d. London
Prime minister of Somalia during a crucial era
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Patricia Bosworth, 86

d. Manhattan, N.Y.
Actress who wrote biographies of famous friends
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Gita Ramjee, 63

d. Durban, South Africa
Leading researcher on the AIDS epidemic
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Dr. William Frankland, 108

d. London, U.K.
Pioneering allergist who publicized pollen counts
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Ken Shimura, 70

d. Tokyo
Comedian whose sketches delighted Japan
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Mababa “Pape” Diouf, 68

d. Dakar, Senegal
First black president of a top European soccer club
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John Murray, 92

d. Paris
Internationally recognized pulmonologist
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Bucky Pizzarelli, 94

d. Saddle River, N.J.
Master of jazz guitar
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Ellis Marsalis, 85

d. New Orleans
Jazz pianist and patriarch of a family of musicians
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Adam Schlesinger, 52

d. Poughkeepsie, N.Y.
Songwriter for rock, film and the stage
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Lorena Borjas, 59

d. Brooklyn, N.Y.
Transgender immigrant activist
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Hilda Churchill, 108

d. Greater Manchester, U.K.
Survived wars and the 1918 Spanish flu
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James T. Goodrich, 73

d. Bronx, N.Y.
Surgeon who separated conjoined twins
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Wallace Roney, 59

d. Paterson, N.J.
Jazz trumpet virtuoso
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Roberto Stella, 67

d. Busto Arsizio, Italy
Regional doctor with a national presence
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April Dunn, 33

d. Baton Rouge, La.
Advocate for disability rights
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Steven Dick, 37

d. Hungary
British diplomat in Budapest
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Kious Kelly, 48

d. New York City
Nurse in the Covid fight
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Joe Diffie, 61

d. Nashville
Grammy-winning country music star
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Zororo Makamba, 30

d. Harare, Zimbabwe
Zimbabwean television host
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William Helmreich, 74

d. Great Neck, N.Y.
Sociologist who walked New York City
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Alan Merrill, 69

d. Manhattan, N.Y.
Songwriter of “I Love Rock ’n’ Roll”
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Michael Sorkin, 71

d. Manhattan, N.Y.
Writer on architecture
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Mike Longo, 83

d. Manhattan, N.Y.
Jazz pianist, composer and educator
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Alan Finder, 72

d. Ridgewood, N.J.
Unflappable New York Times journalist
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Romi Cohn, 91

d. Brooklyn, N.Y.
Saved 56 Jewish families from the Gestapo
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Dez-Ann Romain, 36

d. New York City
Innovative high school principal
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Dave Edwards, 48

d. Queens, N.Y.
College basketball assist wizard
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Jenny Polanco, 62

d. Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Fashion designer with a Caribbean palette
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Arnold Obey, 73

d. San Juan, P.R.
Educator and marathoner
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Mark Blum, 69

d. Manhattan, N.Y.
Obie Award-winning stage and screen actor
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Floyd Cardoz, 59

d. Montclair, N.J.
Indian chef of fine dining
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Nashom Wooden, 50

d. Manhattan, N.Y.
Drag performer
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Terrence McNally, 81

d. Sarasota, Fla.
Tony-Winning playwright of gay life
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Manu Dibango, 86

d. France
Saxophonist who popularized modern African music
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Aurlus Mabele, 67

d. Paris
Congolese king of Soukous music
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Loretta Mendoza Dionisio, 68

d. Los Angeles County
A cancer survivor born in the Philippines
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Lorenzo Sanz, 76

d. Madrid
President of Real Madrid who restored the team to glory
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Vittorio Gregotti, 92

d. Milan
Italian modernist architect and city planner
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