Ms. Hicken, who died Aug. 17 at 70, was a mainstay of Washington theaters for decades.
Miss Albanese ennobled the tragic heroines of Puccini and Verdi in a long and celebrated career.
Jeffords briefly shifted Senate control to Democrats when he left the GOP to become an independent in 2001.
Mr. Todman, who was 88, became the senior African American diplomat in the U.S. Foreign Service.
Mrs. Caplin, a Chevy Chase resident, was 85 when her first film, “Mrs. Palfrey at the Claremont,” premiered.
Mr. Kumana helped rescue then-Navy Lt. John F. Kennedy and his PT-109 crew during World War II.
Dr. Steinfeld continued a national campaign against smoking and spoke out about violence on television.
Sgt. Maj. Jon R. Cavaiani, a veteran of the Army Special Forces, received the medal for his valor in Vietnam.
Mr. Davidson also briefly served as chairman of the Kennedy Center.
Mr. VanKirk helped guide the Enola Gay, carrying the first atomic bomb used in war, to Hiroshima.