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Susan Bernard, 71, Dies; Actress and Keeper of a Photographic Legacy

Susan Bernard, an actress in soap operas and low-budget films who also promoted her photographer father’s vast archive of images of Marilyn Monroe, died on June 21 at her home in the Hancock Park section of Los Angeles. She was 71.Her son-in-law, Mark Fortin, said that she died unexpectedly, apparently…...

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Ken Behring, Former Seattle Seahawks Owner, Dies at 91

Ken Behring, the California-based real estate developer and philanthropist who owned the N.F.L.’s Seattle Seahawks in the late 1980s and 1990s, a turbulent time for the franchise marked by largely mediocre seasons and Mr. Behring’s unsuccessful quest to move the team to Southern California, died on Tuesday in the San…...

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Peter Selz, an Art Museum Force on Two Coasts, Dies at 100

Peter Selz, who as a leading curator at the Museum of Modern Art staged wide-ranging exhibitions of Mark Rothko’s paintings and Auguste Rodin’s sculptures before leaving to become the founding director of the University Art Museum, Berkeley, died on June 21 in Albany, Calif. He was 100.His daughter Gabrielle Selz…...

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Whitney North Seymour Jr., Former U.S. Prosecutor Who Fought Corruption, Dies at 95

Whitney North Seymour Jr., a patrician Republican who battled graft as President Richard M. Nixon’s United States attorney in Manhattan in the 1970s, and as a special prosecutor later won a perjury case against a former senior aide to President Ronald Reagan, died on Saturday in Torrington, Conn. He was…...

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Former NYPD detective who led fight for Sept. 11 victims fund dies of cancer at 53

Luis Alvarez, a former New York City police detective who was a leader in the fight for the Sept. 11 Victims Compensation Fund, died Saturday. He was 53. Alvarez’s death from cancer was announced by NYPD Chief of Detectives Dermot Shea, who tweeted that Alvarez was “an inspiration, a warrior,…...

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1 dead, 3 injured in Auburn shooting

One man was shot dead and three others were injured after a gunbattle erupted about 9:45 p.m. Friday outside an Auburn apartment complex. Auburn Police Cmdr. Steve Stocker said an altercation among the men broke out at the complex in the 6100 block of Terrace View Lane Southeast, “possibly related…...

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Luis Alvarez, champion of 9/11 responders, dies at 53

Luis G. Alvarez, a former New York City detective who pleaded with Congress this month to extend health benefits to police officers, firefighters and other emergency workers who responded to the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, died Saturday in a hospice in Rockville Centre, New York. He was 53. His…...

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Billy Drago, a Villain in Movies and on TV, Is Dead at 73

Billy Drago, a prolific character actor who was best known for playing villains, notably in Brian De Palma’s “The Untouchables” and Clint Eastwood’s “Pale Rider,” died on Monday in Los Angeles. He was 73.His son Darren said the cause was complications of heart failure.In “The Untouchables” (1987), Mr. Drago played…...

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Min Hogg, World of Interiors Editor, Dies at 80

Min Hogg, founding editor of The World of Interiors magazine, the beloved, sumptuous chronicle of old world bohemianism, died on Monday at her home in London. She was 80. The cause was cancer, said Molly Alexander, a great-niece.Raised in quasi-aristocratic affluence, Ms. Hogg had been working as a fashion editor…...

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Jerry Carrigan, Prolific Studio Drummer, Is Dead at 75

Jerry Carrigan, who played drums on landmark recordings by Southern soul singers like Arthur Alexander and Jimmy Hughes and country stars like George Jones and Dolly Parton, died on June 22 in Chattanooga, Tenn. He was 75.His death was confirmed by the record producer and bassist Norbert Putnam, a longtime…...

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