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Bassist Chris Squire, founding member of British rock band Yes, died June 27 in Phoenix, his bandmates confirmed.Squire, 67, announced in May that he was sitting out the band's upcoming tour dates to undergo treatment for leukemia.Kruger on "Seinfeld" and a hard-nosed military commander on "Malcolm in the Middle." Von Bargen died March 1 at the age of 64. 1 hit "It's My Party" kicked off a successful singing career while she was still in high school, died February 16 at the age of 68. poet laureate and Pulitzer Prize winner Philip Levine, whose work reflected the voice and soul of 20th-century blue-collar America, died Saturday, February 14, at his home in Fresno, California. Voice-over performer Gary Owens died Friday, February 13, at the age of 80.According to People magazine, the cause of death was cancer. Owens, a former radio disc jockey, was known as the voice of Space Ghost, Batman and many other characters.Malone was the first player in NBA history to be drafted out of high school.He played for 21 seasons and led the Philadelphia 76ers to the 1983 NBA title.Actor Kyle Jean-Baptiste, who made history as the first African-American to play the lead role in a Broadway production of "Les Miserables," died August 28 in New York. Marc Thibodeau, a spokesman for the production, said Jean-Baptiste fell from a fire escape. James "Red" Duke Jr., the Texas surgeon who educated television viewers about health care, helped pioneer Life Flight and was on duty at Parkland Hospital after President John F.
Hall of Fame football player Charlie Sanders died on July 2, eight months after being diagnosed with cancer. Sanders spent all 10 of his NFL seasons with the Detroit Lions, emerging as one of the best tight ends of his era.
Dolph Schayes, who was one of the NBA's first superstars and is considered by many to be the best Jewish player in league history, died December 10 after a long battle with cancer, according to Scott Weiland, lead singer of Stone Temple Pilots and Velvet Revolver, died December 3 at age 48.
Weiland died of an accidental overdose of alcohol and drugs, the Hennepin County (Minnesota) Medical Examiner's Office said.
Christopher Lee, the British actor who mastered horror and Dracula roles before his turns as a Bond villain and the wizard Saruman in the "Lord of the Rings" trilogy, died June 7, a London borough spokesman said. Mary Ellen Mark, one of the premier documentary photographers of her generation, died May 25. Mark's photography spanned decades, and her subjects included celebrities, world leaders and people on the fringe of society. King, who helped bring blues from the margins to the mainstream, died May 14 in Las Vegas, according to his daughter Patty King.
Louis Johnson, who played with the Brothers Johnson and was an in-demand bassist who played on such hits as Michael Jackson's "Billie Jean" and "Don't Stop 'Til You Get Enough," died on May 21. The body of extreme-sports legend Dean Potter was found in Yosemite National Park during a helicopter search May 17, park spokesman Scott Gediman said. Two weeks earlier, it was announced that King was in home hospice care after suffering from dehydration. Sawyer Sweeten, left, grew up before millions as a child star on the family sitcom "Everybody Loves Raymond." Early on April 23, he committed suicide, his sister Madylin Sweeten said in a statement. Sawyer was a year and a half old when he started on "Raymond," playing alongside his real-life twin brother, Sullivan, at right.
Singapore's founding father Lee Kuan Yew died on March 23, according to a statement released by the Prime Minister's office. Lee, credited for transforming the colonial trading post into a prosperous financial center, was admitted to a hospital in February with severe pneumonia.