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RIP: Who We Lost in September 2020

by John Maxwell

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

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

Yuko Takeuchi (1980–2020), star of ‘Miss Sherlock,’ ‘Ring’

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Stevie Lee (2020), ‘Jackass’ star

Tommy DeVito (1928–2020), original member of The Four Seasons

Gale Sayers (1943–2020), Hall of Fame running back with the Chicago Bears

Jackie Stallone (1921–2020), famous astrologer and Sylvester Stallone’s mother

Mike Sexton (1947–2020), World Poker Tour

Joe Laurinaitis (1960–2020), wrestling legend

Edna Wright (1944–2020), Honey Cone lead singer

Ronald Bell (1951–2020), co-founder of Kool & the Gang

Kevin Dobson (1943–2020), starred in ‘Kojak,’ ‘Knots Landing’

‘Kentucky’ Chris Ellis (1980–2020), star of Discovery’s ‘Street Outlaws’

Keith Hufnagel (1974­–2020), skateboarding legend

Sue Nichols Maciorowski (1965–2020), Disney animation artist on ‘Hercules,’ ‘Mulan’

Terry Goodkind (1948–2020), best-selling fantasy author

Malcolm Nettingham (1918–2020), one of the last Tuskegee Airmen

George W. Biggs (1925–2020), Tuskegee Airman who flew in three wars

Jay Johnstone (1945–2020), two-time World Series champion

Lou Brock (1939–2020), St. Louis Cardinals legend

Pamela Hutchinson (1958–2020), singer with R&B group the Emotions

Toots Hibbert (1942–2020), reggae giant who led the Maytals

Mac Davis (1942–2020), ‘Baby, Don’t Get Hooked on Me” singer-songwriter

Helen Reddy (1941–2020), singer known for feminist anthem ‘I Am Woman’

Diana Rigg (1938–2020), played Emma Peel in TV’s ‘The Avengers’

Ruth Bader Ginsburg (1933–2020), influential U.S. Supreme Court justice

Revisit last month’s video:

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