Gone but not forgotten....

Celebrity Deaths 2007

Darlene Conley died
Darlene Conley
January 14
Barbaro died
Barbaro
January 29
Anna Nicole Smith
Anna Nicole Smith
February 8
Betty Hutton died
Betty Hutton
March 11
Kitty Carlisle Hart died
Kitty Carlisle Hart
April 17
Boris Yeltsin died
Boris Yeltsin
April 23
Tom Poston died
Tom Poston
May 1
Wally Schirra died
Wally Schirra
May 3
Jerry Falwell died
Rev. Jerry Falwell
May 15
Beverly Sillsdied
Beverly Sills
July 2
Lady Bird Johnson died
Lady Bird Johnson
July 11
Tammy Faye Messner died
Tammy Faye Messner
July 20
Tom Snyder died
Tom Snyder
July 29
Bill Walsh died
Bill Walsh
July 30
Luciano Pavorati
Luciano Pavoratti
September 6
Jane Wyman
Jane Wyman
September 10
Joey Bishop died
Joey Bishop
October 17
Mr Whipple died
Dick Wilson
(Mr. Whipple)
November 19

Gone But Not Forgotten – 2007

January 8 – Yvonne De Carlo, actress (Lily on the “Munsters”), age 84

January 10 – Carlo Ponti, producer (“Doctor Zhivago”) and husband of Sophia Loren, age 94

January 14 – Darlene Conley, actress (Sally Spectra on “Bold and the Beautiful”) age 72

January 16 – Ron Carey, actor (Ofc. Carl Levitt on “Barney Miller”) age 71

January 17 – Art Buchwald, columnist for the Washington Post, age 81

January 19 – Denny Doherty, singer in the original Mamas and the Papas, age 66

January 20 – Sen. George Smathers, former U.S. Senator and confidant to several Presidents, age 93

January 27 – Tige Andrews, actor (Capt. Greer on “Mod Squad”) age 86

January 29 – Barbaro, thoroughbred race horse injured at 2006 Preakness, age 4

January 30 – Sidney Sheldon, author, producer (“The Other Side of Midnight” and “I Dream of Jeannie”) age 89

February 6 – Frankie Laine, singer (theme to “Rawhide”) age 93

February 8 – Anna Nicole Smith,Playmate, Reality TV star, tabloid maven, age 39

Fenruary 24 – Lamar Lundy, defensive lineman and part of the “Fearsome Foursome” of the L.A. Rams of the ’60s, age 71

February 28 – Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr. Historian and Kennedy family confidant, age 89

March 4 – Sen. Thomas Eagleton,briefly a Vice Presidential nominee under George McGovern in 1972, age 77

March 9 – Brad Delp, lead singer of Boston ( “More Than a Feeling” and “Long Time” ) age 55

March 10 – Richard Jeni, comedian, ( HBO special “Richard Jeni: Good Catholic Boy”) age 49

March 11 – Betty Hutton, actress (“Greatest Show on Earth” and “Annie Get Your Gun”) age 86

March 15 – Bowie Kuhn, former Major League Baseball commissioner, age 80

April 3 – Eddie Robinson, head football coach for 56 years at Grambling State University, age 88

April 7 – Barry Nelson, actor (“My Favorite Husband” and “What’s My Line”) age 89

April 11 – Kurt Vonnegut,author (“Slaughterhouse-Five”) age 84

April 14 – Don Ho, singer/performer (“Tiny Bubbles”) age 76

April 17 – Kitty Carlisle Hart, actress (“to Tell the Truth”) age 96

April 23 – David Halberstam, author (“The Best and the Brightest” and “The Fifties”) age 73

April 23 – Boris Yeltsin, Former Russian President, age 76

April 25 – Bobby “Boris” Pickett singer “Monster Mash”), age 69

April 26 – Jack Valenti, former White House aide and long time president of the Motion Picture Association of America, age 85

April 28 – Tommy Newsom, bandleader called “Mr. Excitement” by Johnny Carson on the “Tonight Show”, age 78

May 1 – Tom Poston, actor (Cliff Murdock on “The Bob Newhart Show”) age 85

May 3 –Wally Schirra, Original Mercury 7 astronaut who also flew in the Gemini and Apollo programs, age 84

May 15 – Rev. Jerry Falwell, Founder and Chancellor of Liberty University, age 73

May 15 – Yolanda King, the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s eldest child, age 51

June 14 – Ruth Graham, beloved wife of Rev. Billy Graham

June 26 – Liz Clairborne, fashion designer, age 78

June 29 – Joel Siegel, longtime movie critic for “Good Morning America”, age 63

July 2 – Beverly Sills,Brooklyn-born opera diva, age 78

July 11 – Claudia “Lady Bird” Johnson, former First Lady of the United States 1963-1969, age 94

July 20 – Tammy Faye (Bakker) Messner, fomer wife of TV preacher Jim Bakker, age 65

July 29 – Tom Snyder, TV talk host ( “Tomorrow,” “Late Late Show” ) age 71

July 30 – Ingmar Bergman, famed Swedish director (“The Seventh Seal” ) age 89

July 30 – Bill Walsh, legendary coach of the San Francisco 49ers, age 75

August 12 – Merv Griffin, talk show host, game show creator (“Jeopardy”, “Wheel of Fortune”) and casino owner, age 82

August 13 – Phil Rizzuto, New York Yankee shortstop and Baseball Hall of Famer, age 89

August 18 – Michael Deaver, close advisor to President Ronald Reagan, age 69

August 20 – Leona Helmsley, New York hotelier known as the “queen of mean,” age 87

September 4 – Michael Evans, actor (Col. Douglas Austin on the “Young and the Restless”) age 87

September 6 – Luciano Pavoratti, legendary Italian tenor, age 71

September 10 – Jane Wyman, actress (Angela Channing on “Falcon Crest”) and 1st wife of Ronald Reagan, age 90

September 21 – Alice Ghostley, actress (Esmeralda on “Bewitched” and Bernice on “Designing Women” ) age 81

September 21 – Rex Humbard, TV Evangelist (“Cathedral of Tomorrow”) age 88

September 22 – Marcel Marceau, legendary mime, age 84

September 29 – Lois Maxwell, actress (Miss Moneypenny in 14 James Bond films) age 80

October 17 – Joey Bishop, actor, comedian, last surviving member of the Rat Pack, age 89

October 17 – Teresa Brewer, singer (“Music! Music! Music!”) age 76

October 23 – Deborah Kerr, actress (“From Here to Eternity” and “The King and I”), age 86

October 28 – Porter Wagoner, Country singer, Grand Ole Opry star, age 80

October 30 – Robert Goulet, singer/actor (Sir Lancelot in “Camelot”) age 73

November 1 – Gen. Paul Tibbets, pilot of the Enola Gay which dropped the bomb on Hiroshima, age 92

November 10 – Norman Mailer, author (“The Executioner’s Song”) age 84

November 19 – Dick Wilson, actor (“Mr. Whipple” in over 500 Charmin commercials) age 91

November 27 – Sean Taylor, safety for the Washington Redskins, and before, the Miami Hurricanes, age 24

November 27 – Dr. Robert Cade, Univ. of Florida (Gators) researcher who invented Gatorade in 1965, age 80

November 30 – Evil Knievel, legendary motorcycle daredevil, age 69

December 12 – Ike Turner, controversial Rock and Roll Hall of Famer, age 76

December 27 – Benazir Bhutto, former Prime Minister and democratic advocate for Pakistan

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