She was often the comic foil in the long-running TV series set in rural Minnesota in the 19th century.

Mr. Pearson was NASCAR’s champion three times and had a long rivalry with Richard Petty.

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He provided government relations advice to associations and banks and prepared analyses on U.S. export programs.

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“Just what do you think you’re doing, Dave?”

The self-doubting Spider-Man, the bickering Fantastic Four, the swaggering Iron Man and the raging Incredible Hulk were among the characters he brought to life in comic books.

He built Apache into one of the country’s largest independent energy companies.

A “political wizard,” he helped shape campaign messages for dozens of candidates.

A onetime track coach and Latin teacher, he led Georgetown’s sports programs and helped found the Big East Conference.

He was the longest-serving gardener in White House history and made sure the turf was fixed after the annual Easter Egg Roll.

The trailblazing running back played for Penn State and the Detroit Lions.

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He wrote music for more than 100 films, including “A Man and a Woman” (1966) and won an Oscar for “Love Story” (1970).

She became known to millions of fans over the years as the one who ordered countless drivers to start their engines before races.

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He co-founded the pathbreaking National Theatre of the Deaf in 1967.

She championed boardroom transparency and accountability, and became the scourge of CEOs.

‘People say I can’t do anything. I say to people I can do anything I want.’

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Marvel Comics legend Stan Lee dies at 95

Stan Lee, a writer and editor often credited with helping American comics grow up by redefining the notion of a superhero, died at a hospital in Los Angeles.

Burt Reynolds, handsome star of film and television, dies at 82

Reynolds was known for his acclaimed performances in “Deliverance” and “Boogie Nights” and commercial hits such as “Smokey and the Bandit,” as well as an active off-screen love life that included relationships with Loni Anderson and Sally Field.

Notable deaths in 2018: Stan Lee, John McCain, Aretha Franklin and other famous faces we lost this year

Remembering those who have died in 2018.

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Alpher, Dr. Elliott

Anderson, Cora

Ap Rhys, Tomos

Armenakis, Mary

Ayers, Ann

Baughman, Bertram

Baughman, Betram

Beach, Joanne

Beck, Robert

Belin, Harry

Bell, Peter

Bell, Raymond

Blackwell Jr., Robert "bob"

Blair, Gregory

Blelloch, David

Bosley, Aleta

Brackett, Linda

Bram, Bert

Brand, Frici

Bray, Herschel

Breland, Ronald

Brendler, Therese

Brooks, Ellen

Brown, Ernest

Brown, Helen

Brown, Hugh

Bryant Sr., Kermit

Bryant Sr., Kermit T.

Buchanan, Frances

Burroughs, J. Eileen

Camozzo, Egle

Cannizzaro, Gerald

Cannon, Charles K. "bucky"

Carr, Wesley

Carter, April

Carter, Louis

Charnley, James

Chase Jr., Randolph

Clay, Don

Coleman Sr., Charles

Coles, Esther

Colson, Jessie

Colvin Jr., Melvin

Contee, Yvonne

Cook, Walter

Courtney Sr., Alvin

Cross, Sherry

Crotty, Michael

Crymes, Jean

Daniels, Phillip

Davidov, Theodore

Davidson, Herbert

Davis, Barbara

Dixon, Joseph

Dodson, Raymond "ray"

Donahue, John "jay"

Dow, Lorene

Drayton, Estelle Elizabeth Calloway

Dresner, Norman

Duffy, Joan

Dunn, Jane

Estepp, Larry

Fabian, Barbara

Faller, L. Jean

Fatzinger Jr., Walter

Feeney, Alfred

Felder, Alfred

Finnegan, David

Fishbein, Alan

Francis, Charles

Freed, Charles

Garcha, Balwant

Garner, Patricia

Gibson, Patricia "trish"

Gillam, Allene

Gomillion, Charles

Greene, Ronald

Griffith, James

Grimes, Harold

Gross, Samuel

Hall, Jody "meme"

Halstead, Eleanor

Hanford, Mona

Hannibal Sr., Bernard

Harris, Catherine "cathy"

Harris, Dr. Janette

Harris, Janette

Hary, Laszlo

Healy, Alan

Heflin, Ted

Henderson, Faith

Hickman, William D. "bill"

Hoffman, Lawrence

Hoffmann, Frederick

Hoffmann, Frederick D.

Holt, Reginald

Hoover, Roland

Hornyak, Joseph

House, Paulette

Howard, Pattie

Howley, John "jack"

Huckeba, Kathleen "sherry"

Hudson, Carl

Hunter, Kathleen

Hurd, Robert

Hutchins, Iva

Jackson, Dorothy M

James, Ralph

Jeffers, Virginia

Jefferson, Sylvia

Johnson, Bayo

Johnson, Ricardo

Jones, Ella

Jones, Howard

Jurney, Patsy

Kane, Catherine

Kane, William

Karem, Michael

Kennedy, Helen

Kinder, Harold

King, Janice

King, Wanda

Kingsley, Daniel

Kirsch, Florence

Kleinstuber, Joseph

Kornet Jr., Fred

Korth, David W.

Kucyk, Joan

Kuo, Susan Fong

Kuty, Nancy

Lacey, Marie

Landolt, Robert

Lee, Carolyn

Lee, Cynthia

Leon, Argelia

Leonard, Mariellen

Lewis, Margaret

Libow, Daryl

Loewy, Vera

Logwood, Robert

Loiseau, Pierre

Lovell Jr., Malcolm

Maichak, Sigmund

Manis, Pete

McCarthy, Charles

McCotter, Timothy G.

McKee, Mary Jane

McKenna, Eileen

McMakin, William

Milin, Krist Tony

Miller, Howard

Mine, Marsha

Montgomery, Vivian

Morrow Jr., William

Murphy, Timothy "tim"

Murray, Joe "sis"

Myers, Ophelia

Myhre, Jon

Nester, Fred

Olsen, Diann

Parham, Mary

Patterson, John

Pearson, Samuel

Perry, Clarence

Pickering, Ranard "jack"

Pollard, Dorothy Mae Edwards

Porter, Daniel

Proctor, Matthew

Przybyla, Ted

Quebedeaux, Maureen

Ranasinghe, Vijith

Rawlings Sr., Wilbur Haywood

Reuther Jr., Theodore

Richmond, Michael

Ricketts, Wilbur

Riley, Evelyn

Rivers-Colter, Eartha

Rodriguez, Silvia

Roe, David

Rosenberg, Morris

Rosier, Alton

Ross, James "jim"

Royco, Emilia (milka)

Santoyo, Elsa

Schnupp, Alfred "al"

Schuback, James

Scodari, Marion

Shambeck, Nicole

Shapiro, Lionel

Shenk, Linden

Shobert, Kathy

Shukla, Girija

Smith, Mary

Smith, Oswald G.

Smith, Steven

Smoot, Jerrolyn

Spear, David

Spieler, Raymond

Springs, Roy

Stark Jr., John

Starkey, Carmen

Stephanos, Mary

Sturner, Jerold

Sullivan, John "johnny Boy"

Symonette, Donald C.

Talbot, Adele

Thomas, Herbert

Thornton, Christine

Tunder, Raymond

Valero, Eugenia Uraga

Venuto, Joseph

Vice, Hilary Laytham

Ware, James

Warren, Donna

Warren, William "bill"

Wasko, Lawrence

Weber, Isabelle

Weiss, Irvin

Whitaker, Barbara

White, Henry

Williams, Alma

Williams, Andy

Williams, Irvin

Williams Sr., Michael

Williams-Collier, Brenda

Williamson, Joanne

Wills, Gloria

Wood, Dorothy

Wooten, Ronald

Zuckerman, Charles

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