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  • Bruce Brown, 80 (1937 - 2017)

    Bruce Brown

    Bruce Brown, who molded the modern image of surfer as seeker and transformed the sport with his 1966 surfing documentary "The Endless Summer," has died, according to the Associated Press. He was 80. For full coverage and obituary from Legacy.com, click here.

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  • Ed Lee, 65 (1952 - 2017)

    Ed Lee

    Mayor Ed Lee, who oversaw a technology-driven economic boom in San Francisco that brought with it sky-high housing prices despite his commitment to economic equality, died suddenly early Tuesday at age 65, according to the Associated Press. For full coverage and obituary from Legacy.com, click here.

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  • Tracy Stallard, 80 (1937 - 2017)

    Tracy Stallard

    Tracy Stallard, the pitcher who gave up Roger Maris' record 61st home run in 1961, has died, according to the Associated Press. He was 80. For full coverage and obituary from Legacy.com, click here.

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  • Dr. James Jude, 87 (1928 - 2015)

    Dr. James Jude

    The Associated PressMIAMI (AP) — Dr. James Jude, one of the experts credited with pioneering life-saving cardiopulmonary resuscitation, has died. He was 87.Peter Jude says his father died early Tuesday in Coral Gables after an extended illness. Jude says his father always wanted to help people, noting CPR has saved countless lives.In the late 1950s, the doctor and two electrical engineers,...

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  • Red Lane, 76 (1939 - 2015)

    Red Lane

    Red Lane, a country music songwriter who wrote the Tammy Wynette hit "'Til I Get It Right," has died of cancer, according to multiple news sources. He was 76. Lane, who was inducted into the Nashville Songwriters' Hall of Fame in 1993, wrote songs for many of country's biggest stars.

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