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Notable Deaths | August 04, 2015

Kaiser Carlile

Kaiser Carlile, a 9-year-old bat boy, died Sunday, a day after he was accidentally hit by a follow-through swing near the on-deck circle during the Liberal Bee Jays' game in Wichita, Kansas, according to multiple news sources.

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Meaning of Life | August 04, 2015

The Meaning of Life Project: Immortal Touch

Since Jan. 1, 2015, I've been interviewing one person each day about the meaning of life.

Harold Koch
Koch, Harold F. Harold F. Koch, 98, Green Bay,...
Richard A'HEARN
A'HEARN, RICHARD J. 72, of Smithfield and Tarpon...
Henry Bogdala
Henry J. (Hank) Bogdala, Sr. passed away at home...
Terry Cannizzaro
Terry M. Cannizzaro, 38, of County Hwy 132,...
Francisco Durazo
Francisco Ramón Durazo March 1, 1958 - July 26,...
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Advice & Support | August 04, 2015

Funeral Etiquette

Expert advice on funeral etiquette, how to plan a memorial service, mourning customs in different faiths, and more.

This Week in History | August 04, 2015

August 2 - August 9, 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
Wayne Carson
Hall of Fame songwriter of No. 1 hit "The Letter"
William R. White
Member of the Tuskegee Airmen during World War II
Dennis Foley
Though most proud of family, he also pioneered home computers and created public art
Andrew Heidelberg
One of the "Norfolk 17" that integrated Norfolk's public schools
John S. Davis Jr.
One of the first African-American school principals in Milwaukee
Maurie Berman
Founder of Chicago's iconic Superdawg Drive-In.
Adventure is worthwhile in itself.
-Amelia Earhart
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