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RIP: Who We Lost in June 2021

by John Maxwell

Join us in a look back at some of the most notable lives that ended in June 2021

Read the full Legacy obituaries for the life stories of the people featured in this video:

Karla Burns (1954–2021), Tony-nominated singer and actress


John Paragon (1954–2021), played Jambi the Genie on “Pee-wee’s Playhouse”

Henry “Nacho” Laun (2021), reality star on “Wahlburgers”

Ernie Lively (1947–2021), “Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants” actor and Blake Lively’s father

Bobby Unser Jr. (1955–2021), racecar driver and Bobby Unser’s son

Jessica Morris (1963–2021), founder of nonprofit Our Brain Bank

Jim “Mudcat” Grant (1935–2021), first Black American League pitcher to win 20 games

Mike Marshall (1943–2021), Cy Young Award-winning pitcher

Joanne Linville (1928–2021), “Star Trek” Romulan commander actress

Ray MacDonnell (1928–2021), 40-year “All My Children” star

Stuart Damon (1937–2021), starred as Dr. Alan Quartermaine on “General Hospital”

Leroy Jones (1950–2021), Chargers defensive end

Jim Fassel (1949–2021), former New York Giants head coach

Johnny Solinger (1965–2021), singer for Skid Row

Lil Loaded (2000–2021), rapper known for “6locc 6a6y”

Heidi Ferrer (1970–2021), writer for “Dawson’s Creek”

F. Lee Bailey (1933–2021), defense attorney for Sam Sheppard, O.J. Simpson

Lucinda Riley (1966–2021), author known for “The Seven Sisters” series

Mark Eaton (1957–2021), Utah Jazz shot-blocking legend

Alex Harvill (1992–2021), Guinness World Record-holding daredevil

Lisa Banes (1955–2021), actress in “Gone Girl,” “Cocktail”

Joe Lara (1962–2021), “Tarzan: The Epic Adventures” star

Gift of Gab (1971–2021), rapper with Blackalicious

Donald Rumsfeld (1932–2021), former Secretary of Defense

Ned Beatty (1937–2021), actor known for “Deliverance,” “Superman”

Clarence Williams III (1939–2021), “The Mod Squad” star

Arlene Golonka (1936–2021), played Millie on “Mayberry R.F.D.” and “The Andy Griffith Show”

Frank Bonner (1942–2021), “WKRP in Cincinnati” star

Revisit last month’s video:

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