Futrell, Case Futrell, Megan Gaarde, Kathleen Gabor, Zsa Zsa Hollywood legend and socialite known for her European glamour Gabriel, Juan Legendary Mexican singer.
Williams, Van Actor starred as The Green Hornet on the 1960s TV series Williams, Vesta R B diva sang 1980s hits "Don't Blow A Good Thing" and "Congratulations".
Funicello, Annette Mouseketeer and film star.
Victims, London Terrorist Attack 8 people killed in a terrorist attack in London Victims, Los Angeles Train Crash A commuter train from Los Angeles collided with a freight train, killing 25 people.Stein, Joseph Tony Award-winning writer of "Fiddler on the Roof".Cates, Darlene Actress played homebound matriarch in "What's Eating Gilbert Grape".Staples, Cleotha Eldest sibling in influential gospel group The Staples Singers.Gallant, Mavis Famed Montreal-born writer.Pressler, Sylvia Trailblazing judge whose 1973 ruling opened Little League baseball to girls.Boerwinkle, Tom Former Chicago Bulls center.
Brecker, Michael Versatile and influential tenor saxophonist won 11 Grammys.
Browne, Joy Nationally syndicated call-in talk show host.
Collins, Jerry Former All Blacks rugby player.
Leinenkugel, Bill Former Leinenkugel Brewing.
Rogers, Nick Former NFL player and Georgia Tech star.
Franz, Werner Hindenburg's last surviving crew member.
Milliken, Helen Former first lady of Michigan was outspoken advocate of women's rights.Crumley, poki cat mario James Crime novelist whose hardened detectives worked cases in dingy Montana bars.Guhl, Arthur Clifford "Bob" Four-term member of the Georgia Senate.Zsigmond, Vilmos Oscar-winning cinematographer.Victims, Alaska Plane Crash A plane carrying table basse en bois sur roulettes 9 people including former Sen.Shore, Mitzi Owner of the influential Comedy Store club in Los Angeles Short, Bobby The tuxedoed embodiment of New York style and sophistication who was a fixture at his piano in the Carlyle Hotel.
Scott, Jane Rock music critic who followed everyone from The Beatles to Britney Spears.
Troops from Vietnam Lajoie, Bill Helped build the Detroit Tigers team that won the 1984 World Series championship.