John C. Bogle, founder of the Vanguard Group, said Mr. Miller was "a deserved leader - not just a lot of outward appearances, not just charisma, [he had] real substance."
NEW YORK (AP) - Charles Bradley, known as the "Screaming Eagle of Soul" for a powerful, raspy style that evoked one of his musical heroes, James Brown, died Saturday at age 68.
He also was an undefeated college wrestler, arts supporter and sailor.
Mr. Mann was regarded by friends as the quintessential gentlemen and a "mensch." He always appeared in a sports coat and tie, even in Florida's summer heat.
PARIS (AP) - Liliane Bettencourt, the L'Oreal cosmetics heiress and the world's richest woman, has died at her home in a chic Parisian suburb. She was 94.
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Bernie Casey, a professional football player turned poet, painter and actor known for parts in films such as "Revenge of the Nerds" and "I'm Gonna Git You Sucka," has died. He was 78.
Jake LaMotta, an iron-fisted battler who brawled his way to a middleweight title and was later memorialized by Robert De Niro in the film "Raging Bull," has died. He was 95.
NEW YORK (AP) - Lillian Ross, the ever-watchful New Yorker reporter whose close narrative style defined a memorable and influential 70-year career, including a revealing portrait of Ernest Hemingway, a classic Hollywood expose and a confession to an adulterous affair, has died at age 99.
News of her death hit Ms. Rooney's colleagues at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital very hard. "None of us have been able to make any peace with it," one said.
Dog, cats, cougars, chimpanzees, snakes, skunks, cows, and horses - Dr. Walls treated them all. And if their human caretakers were frail or infirm, he made house calls.
She and her husband operated Tom and Dee's Pool Hall.
"Let me tell you something, Pal," his stories would begin. And Mr. Viola would describe what it was like to have met singer Frank Sinatra, Mayor Frank Rizzo, or Pope John Paul II during the latter's 1979 visit to Philadelphia.
Penny Chenery, 95, who bred and raced the 1973 Triple Crown winner Secretariat as well as realizing her ailing father's dream to win the Kentucky Derby in 1972 with Riva Ridge, died Saturday at her Boulder, Colo., home after complications from a stroke.
Bonnie Angelo, 93, a Time magazine reporter who covered the White House, Britain, and wrote a well-received book about the impact of presidential mothers on their sons, died Sunday at a nursing home in Bethesda, Md.