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RIP: Who We Lost in March 2020

by John Maxwell

Join us in a look back at some of the most notable lives that ended in March 2020.

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

Kenny Rogers (1938–2020), country music icon

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Bill Withers (1938–2020), legendary soul singer & songwriter

Bobbie Battista (1952–2020), former CNN anchor

Fred “Curly” Neal (1942–2020), Harlem Globetrotters legend

Joe Diffie (1958–2020), country music star

Max von Sydow (1929–2020), actor known for “The Exorcist,” “The Seventh Seal”

Lyle Waggoner (1935–2020), costar of “The Carol Burnett Show” and “Wonder Woman”

Jan Howard (1929–2020), Grand Ole Opry star

John Callahan (1953–2020), “All My Children” star

Danny Tidwell (1984–2020), “So You Think You Can Dance” runner-up

Stuart Whitman (1928–2020), starred in “The Comancheros”

Roscoe Born (1950–2020), “One Life to Live,” “The Young and the Restless” actor

Jimmy Wynn (1942–2020), former Houston Astros All-Star

Rosalind P. Walter (1924–2020), the original Rosie the Riveter

Tomie dePaola (1934–2020), children’s author who wrote “Strega Nona”

James Lipton (1926–2020), host of “Inside the Actors Studio”

Maggie Griffin (1920–2020), Kathy Griffin’s mother who costarred on “My Life on the D-List”

Alan Merrill (1951–2020), “I Love Rock ‘n’ Roll” co-writer

Roger Mayweather (1961–2020), legendary boxing trainer

Alfred Worden (1932–2020), astronaut orbited the moon

Henri Richard (1936–2020), Montreal Canadiens legend

Floyd Cardoz (1960–2020), “Top Chef Masters” winner

Tom Coburn (1948–2020), Oklahoma congressman known as “Dr. No”

Rev. Joseph Lowery (1921–2020), civil rights leader & MLK colleague

Revisit last month’s video:

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