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Notable Deaths | March 01, 2015

Charmayne Maxwell

Charmayne "Maxee" Maxwell, a member of the Grammy-nominated '90s R&B group Brownstone, died on Saturday, February 28 in an apparent accidental fall.

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Notable Stories | March 03, 2015

The Meaning of Life Project

What I learned asking one person each day about the meaning of life.

William Henry
DOVER - William J. Henry, of Dover, died...
Charles Johnson
LEWISTOWN - Charles "Stacey" Johnson, 75 of...
Jonathan Tue
Dover - Jonathan Thea Tue (Sarge) is now in...
David Grauman
In Loving Memory of David Willis Grauman who...
Letch Bundy
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - Letch Bundy, age 83, husband...
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Grief Support | March 03, 2015

Funeral & Memorial Etiquette

Advice from experts on funeral and mourning etiquette.

This Week in History | March 03, 2015

March 1-8, 2015

We took a look in the history books to learn who made news this week in history. View today’s notables or browse through other dates.

Did You Know? There are more than 200 euphemisms for death in the English language, from 'shuffled off this mortal coil' to 'with the ancestors'.
Funny Obituaries Obituaries usually inspire tears, but a few unique souls would rather make us laugh.
Inspirational Lives
Ernest Sternglass
After fleeing Nazi Germany, he developed technology that captured the first moon walk.
Ronald Read
He secretly amassed a fortune during his life and surprised everyone with his generosity.
Anne Moody
She stood up to violence and hatred in the name of civil rights.
George Attla Jr.
One of the greatest dog sled racers ever, he won the Anchorage Fur Rendezvous 10 times.
Christa McAuliffe
McAuliffe was the first participant in the NASA Teacher in Space Project.
Dr. Michael Davidson
A Boston surgeon described by patients as brilliant and caring.
You're only given a little spark of madness. You mustn't lose it.
-Robin Williams (1951-2014)
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