In Memoriam: Lives of Note

Bobby Fischer, 64 -- The "bad boy of chess," famous for his 1972 world championship, and later infamous for his anti-American behavior.

Suzanne Pleshette, 70 -- Actress, best known as Newhart's wife on "The Bob Newhart Show," her career spanned over five decades.

Rich Knerr, 82 -- Co-Founder, Wham-O toy company; helped create and market national sensations like the Frisbee and Hula Hoop.

Judah Folkman, 74 -- Pioneering cancer researcher.

THIS WEEK, THE PENTAGON RELEASED THE NAMES OF 6 SERVICE MEMBERS KILLED IN IRAQ AND AFGHANISTAN.

 

Army LTC Richard J Berrettini, 52, of Wilcox, PA
Army PFC Keith E Lloyd, 26, of Milwaukee, WI
Marine LCpl Curtis A Christensen Jr, 29, of Collingswood, NJ
Army PFC Danny L Kimme, 27, of Fisher, IL
Army PFC David H Sharrett II, 27, of Oakton, VA
Army SPC John P Sigsbee, 21, of Waterville, NY

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