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Old 04-18-2010, 03:43 PM   #91
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I must say, the passing of Dixie Carter yesterday (4-10), was quite a shock. When I first read it, I was thinking their must be some mistake.

That was shocking to me, too. She was a wonderful actress.
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Old 03-27-2016, 04:54 PM   #92
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Aaliyah
Selena Quintanilla
River Phoenix
Cory Monteith
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Old 03-27-2016, 06:45 PM   #93
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Whitney Houston--- I cried for days over this one. I played her music on an endless loop. I was so upset.

Corey Monteith--- This one was a big shock for me. I was sad for his family and friends.

Joan Rivers--- Joan had always been a role model for me and an inspiration for overcoming the suicide of her husband and emerging from it a stronger person.


Nathaniel Marston from One Life To Live. Such a tragedy.

Ruth Warrick from All My Children; David Canary from All My Children and Patricia Elliot from One Life To Live.

Shell Kepler from General Hospital.

And I previously mentioned:

Lisa "Left-Eye" Lopes from TLC, Princess Diana, Aaron Spelling and Gianni Versace.
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Old 03-27-2016, 07:49 PM   #94
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Any Actor\Actress or Musical performer death. I'm a bit of a pop culture buff so anytime I hear of a performers death, I feel sad and upset
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Old 03-27-2016, 10:30 PM   #95
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The one that hit me hardest was Karen Carpenter. So tragic, at only 32, with such a beautiful voice.

Others that I remember...Donna Summer, Ben Hendrickson (an actor from As The World Turns, who committed suicide) , Bob Crane.
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Old 03-29-2016, 09:05 AM   #96
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There are so many but more recent would be

Earl Hamner
Natalie Cole
David Bowie
Dan Haggerty
Glenn Frey
Sonny James
George Kennedy
Joe Santos
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There are so many but more recent would be

Earl Hamner
Natalie Cole
David Bowie
Dan Haggerty
Glenn Frey
Sonny James
George Kennedy
Joe Santos

Did you know it that the lady who is the basis of your username passed on recently too?

http://abcnews.go.com/Entertainment/...ry?id=38004939
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I just saw that, very upsetting to me. My father named me after her.

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Old 03-29-2016, 08:36 PM   #99
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Patty Duke. I am so bummed about this. She's one of my favorites.
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Last Tuesday, March 22, the former mayor of Toronto Rob Ford died of cancer at the age of 46. Torontonians and people all over Canada are still in shock at the suddenness of it all and they continue to mourn and remember their beloved mayor while looking back at his colourful and eventful life.


For all Canadians, one of the most tragic events in our history was the death of Terry Fox in 1980. He was also struck down by cancer in the middle of his world-famous Marathon of Hope, where he hoped to run across the country using one good leg and one artificial leg which was damaged by cancer. He made it almost halfway through, stopping near Winnipeg when he became very sick and was forced to stop. He died not long after and the run was eventually completed when other Canadians took over and ran in his memory. Since then, each Sept. Canadian communities organize their own Terry Fox Run to raise money and awareness for cancer research and honor his memory on the anniversary of his death.


Other celebrities that I still remember fondly and continue to be a fan of after hearing of their death left me deeply saddened:


Movie stars: John Candy, Shirley Temple, Bob Hope, Annette Funicello, Robin Williams

TV stars: John Ritter, Bob Denver, George Burns, Don Knotts, Lucille Ball, Andy Griffith, Elizabeth Montgomery, Joan Rivers, William Hanna and Joseph Barbera

Music stars: Elvis Presley, John Lennon, Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston, Donna Summer, Davy Jones, Robin, Maurice, and Andy Gibb

Sports: Jean Beliveau, Maurice "Rocket" Richard, King Clancy, Tim Horton
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Gene Wilder - I always loved Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory

Heather O'Rourke - When I watched 100 Greatest Kid Stars and they talked about Her so sad what happened to Her.

Carrie Fisher - I loved The Star Wars Movies, and Princess Leia was my favorite Character.

David Bowie - I was a fan of his Music
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I still cannot completely comprehend the sudden and inexplicable death of George Michael. So young, so healthy. Such a waste.
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Im kind of sad when i see celebrities i grew up with die! ! if micheal j fox or stan lee die i would be really sad!! i was also sad when robin williams died!! he was one of my faovrite actors!! i also was sad when chuck berry died!! i used to listen to him an lot! my did my all time favorite song johnny b good!!
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George Harrison. Grew up listening to the Beatles, and he was always my favorite; when I heard that he passed away from cancer, I did shed a few tears.

Ron Glass. I did not cry when I found out that Ron had passed away, but his passing did have a huge affect on me emotionally; he was a major part of my life back in 2003-2004 since I was such a huge fan. Losing him was similar to losing an old friend.

George Michael. When I read about George's sudden death, and on Christmas, I quite sad. I was a big Wham fan back in early 1980's. I played his Christmas song: "Last Christmas" over and over again.
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Prince hit me hard. I grew up with his music and I'm from Minnesota.
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