Jan. 10:
TONY ROSATO, former SNL member, 62
BUDDY GRECO, singer, 90

Jan. 11:
WILLIAM PETER BLATTY, “Exorcist” author, 89

Jan. 12:
DICK GAUTIER, “Hymie the robot” on “Get Smart,” 85

Jan. 24:
BUTCH TRUCKS, Allman Brothers Band, 69

Jan. 25:
MARY TYLER MOORE, 80
JOHN HURT, actor (“Alien,” “The Elephant Man”), 77

Jan. 26:
BARBARA HALE (‘Della Street’ on “Perry Mason”), 94
MIKE CONNORS (TV’s “Mannix”), 91

Jan. 28:
BOBBY FREEMAN, Rock ‘n Roll singer (“Do You Want To Dance”), 76

Feb. 5:
SONNY GERACI, lead vocalist for The Outsiders & Climax, (70)

Feb. 6:
PROFESSOR IRWIN COREY, comedian, (102)

Feb. 7:
RICHARD HATCH, actor, (71)

Feb. 12:
AL JARREAU, vocalist, 76)

Feb. 16:
GEORGE ‘ANIMAL” STEELE, actor (Ed Wood) & former wrestler, (79)

Feb. 25:
BILL PAXTON, actor, (61)

Feb. 26:
JUDGE JOSEPH WAPNER, “People’s Court,” (97)

March 3:
TOMMY PAGE, singer (“I'll Be Your Everything,” #1, 1990), (46)
JIM FULLER of The Surfaris (“Wipe Out”), (69)

March 10:
JONI SLEDGE of Sister Sledge (“We Are Family”), (60)

March 14:
JACK HARRIS, producer of the 1958 film “The Blob,” (98)

March 18:
BERNIE WRIGHTSON, comic book artist (“Swamp Thing,” “Batman”), (68)
CHUCK BERRY, rock 'n roll pioneer, (90)

March 21:
CHUCK BARRIS, TV producer (“The Dating Game,” “The Newlywed Game,” “The Gong Show”),(87)

March 22:
FRANCINE HUGHES (“The Burning Bed” subject), (69)
SIB HASHIAN, drummer for Boston, (67)

March 23:
LOLA ALBRIGHT, actress, (92)

March 24:
PETE SHOTTEN, original member of The Quarrymen (pre-Beatles group led by John Lennon), (75)

April 6:
DON RICKLES, comedian (90)
DAVID PEEL, musician, "Have A Marijuana," “The Pope Smokes Dope” (73)

April 11:
DOROTHY MENGERING, David Letterman’s mom (95)
J. GEILS, guitarist (71)

April 15:
SYLVIA MOY, songwriter (Stevie Wonder’s “Uptight,” “I Was Made To Love Her,” etc.), 78
EMMA MORANO, world’s oldest living person, last one born in the 1800’s (117)

April 19:
DICK CONTINO, accordionist (87)

April 20:
CUBA GOODING SR., vocalist for The Main Ingredient: “Everybody Plays The Fool” (72)

April 22:
ERIN MORAN, ‘Joanie Cunningham’ on “Happy Days” (56)

April 23:
CHRIS BEARDE, comedy writer for “The Gong Show,” “Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In” (80)

April 26:
JONATHAN DEMME, film director, “Silence Of The Lambs” (73)

May 1:
STANLEY WESTON, creator of G.I. Joe action figure, (84)

May 9:
MICHAEL PARKS, actor (Twin Peaks, Then Came Bronson, From Dusk Til Dawn, etc.), (77)

May 12:
MICHAEL JACKSON, football player (Cleveland Browns, Baltimore Ravens), (48)

May 14:
POWERS BOOTHE, actor (Tombstone, Deadwood, Southern Comfort, etc.), (68)

May 19:
CHRIS CORNELL, musician (Soundgarden, Temple Of The Dog), (52)

May 21:
LARRY WRIGHT, cartoonist (Wright Angles, Kit 'n' Carlyle), (77)
CURTIS WOMACK, R&B vocalist, (74)

May 22:
DINA MERRILL, actress (Operation Petticoat, etc.), (93)

May 23:
ROGER MOORE, actor (James Bond films, etc.), (89)

May 26:
JIM BUNNING, baseball player (Detroit Tigers), (85)

May 27:
GREGG ALLMAN, musician (Allman Brothers Band), (69)

June 3:
JIMMY PIERSALL, baseball player (Boston Red Sox, Cleveland Indians) – 87

June 4:
ROGER SMITH, actor (“77 Sunset Strip”), married to Ann-Margret – 84

June 9:
ADAM WEST, actor (TV's “Batman” 1966-1968) – 88

June 13:
ANITA PALLENBERG, actress, Rolling Stones groupie – 75

June 15:
BILL DANA, comedian, performed as “Jose Jimenez” - 92

June 16:
STEPHEN FURST, actor, played 'Flounder' in the movie “Animal House” - 63

June 25:
SKIP HOMEIER, actor, appeared in many films and TV shows from 1950's-up – 86

July 8:
ELSA MARTINELLI, actress & model – 82

July 15:
MARTIN LANDAU, actor (“Mission: Impossible,” played Bela Lugosi in “Ed Wood”) - 89

July 16:
GEORGE ROMERO, director & screenwriter (“Night of the Living Dead” & sequels) – 77

July 21:
JOHN HEARD, actor (“Home Alone” etc.) - 71

July 22:
BOBBY TAYLOR of 'Bobby Taylor & The Vancouvers'; big hit was “Does Your Mama Know About Me” in 1968 (Tommy Chong was guitarist for the band) – 83
CLARENCE MATTHEWS, oldest living man in the United States – 111

July 25:
MICHAEL JOHNSON, singer (big hit was “Bluer Than Blue in 1978) – 72

July 26:
LEONARD LANDY, member of “Our Gang” (Little Rascals) – 84
JUNE FORAY, cartoon voice actress, did voice of Rocky the Flying Squirrel and many others – 99
PATTI DEUTSCH, comedian, appeared on many game shows like “Match Game” - 73

Aug. 1:
GOLDY MCJOHN, keyboardist for Steppenwolf, Aug. 1 (72)

Aug. 3:
TY HARDIN, actor, TV's “Bronco,” Aug. 3 (87)

Aug. 8:
GLEN CAMPBELL, singer/musician, Aug. 8 (81)

Aug. 13:
JOSEPH BOLOGNA, actor, Aug. 13 (82)

Aug. 19:
DICK GREGORY, comedian.activist, Aug. 19 (84)

Aug. 20:
JERRY LEWIS, comedian/actor/director, Aug. 20 (91)

Aug. 24:
JAY THOMAS, deejay-turned-actor, Aug. 24 (69)

Aug. 26:
TOBE HOOPER, director ('Texas Chainsaw Massacre,' 'Poltergeist'), Aug. 26 (74)

Aug. 28:
JUD HEATHCOTE, former MSU coach, Aug. 28 (90)

Aug. 29:
LARRY ELGART, bandleader, Aug. 29 (95)

Aug. 31:
RICHARD ANDERSON, actor (“The Six Million Dollar Man”), Aug. 31 (91)

Sept. 1
SHELLEY BERMAN, American comedian and actor (92)

Sept. 3
WALTER BECKER of Steely Dan (67)

Sept. 8
DON WILLIAMS, American country music singer (78)

Sept. 10
LEN WEIN, comic book writer, co-creator of 'Wolverine' (69)

Sept. 13
BASIL GOGOS, magazine cover illustrator (Famous Monsters of Filmland), (88)

Sept. 15
HARRY DEAN STANTON, actor (Alien) (91)

Sept. 19
JAKE LAMOTTA, boxer, inspiration ofor film “Raging Bull” (95)
BERNIE CASEY, actor (“Revenge Of The Nerds”) (78)

Sept. 27
HUGH HEFNER, creator, founder, publisher of Playboy magazine (91)

Sept. 30
MONTY HALL, host of game show “Let's Make A Deal” (96)

Oct. 2
TOM PETTY, 66

Oct. 4
RALPHIE MAY, comedian, 45

Oct. 7
JIMMY BEAUMONT, singer with The Skyliners ("Since I Don't Have You"), 76

Oct. 8
Y.A. TITTLE, Hall of fame football player, 90

Oct. 9
MARCIE BLANE, singer (“Bobby’s Girl”), 73

Oct. 22
GEORGE YOUNG, of The Easybeats (“Friday On My Mind”), 70

Oct. 24
ROBERT GUILLAUME, actor (“Benson”), 89

Oct. 25
FATS DOMINO, Rock & Roll Hall of Famer
("Blueberry Hill," "Ain't That A Shame," etc.), 89

Nov. 5
ROBERT KNIGHT, vocalist (“Everlasting Love”), 72

Nov. 9
JOHN HILLERMAN, actor (“Magnum P.I.”), 84
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Nov. 16
ANN WEDGEWORTH, actress ('Lana' on “Three's Company”), 83

Nov. 18
MALCOLM YOUNG, guitarist (AC/DC), 64

Nov. 19
MEL TILLIS, country singer, 85
DELLA REESE, vocalist & actress, 86
CHARLES MANSON, cult leader & criminal, 83

Nov. 21
WAYNE COCHRAN, songwriter & vocalist (“Last Kiss”), 78
DAVID CASSIDY, pop vocalist (solo & Partridge Family), 67

Nov. 24
MITCH MARGO, vocalist for The Tokens (“The Lion Sleeps Tonight”), 70|

Nov. 25
RANCE HOWARD, actor & father of Ron Howard, 89

Nov. 29
JIM NABORS, actor (“Gomer Pyle”), 87

Dec. 6:
CONRAD BROOKS, actor (“Plan 9 From Outer Space”), 86

Dec. 16:
KEELY SMITH, singer (“That Old Black Magic”), 89

Dec. 21:
DICK ENBERG, sportscaster, 82

Dec. 28:
ROSE MARIE, actress (“The Dick Van Dyke Show”), 94