Carol M. Spawn, 87, formerly of Philadelphia, a librarian who loved mystery books, died Thursday, Oct. 13, from complications of congestive heart failure at her home in Towson, Md.
At 92, Annette Bell Biberman's fondest wish was to vote in the upcoming presidential election for Hillary Clinton.
"She couldn't believe the inflammatory language being used," said daughter Nancy. "Somebody of her generation knew...
Pierre Étaix, 87, a French clown and filmmaker whose stylish acrobatics and melancholy manner made him an Academy Award-winning master of slapstick comedy, died Friday in Paris.
Clyde Holloway, 72, a former congressman and chairman of Louisiana's utility regulatory agency, died Sunday at his home in Forest Hill, La. No cause of death was released.