Anne Armstrong, 80 -- Former U.S. ambassador to Britain. A champion of equal rights, she was the first woman to address the Republican Convention in 1972.
Ronald Reagan: "Since her earliest days in grassroots politics, Anne Armstrong has been an intrepid fighter for the cause of freedom and liberty. She has served her party and nation with distinction."
Dr. Julius Richmond, 91 -- Former surgeon general and co-founder of Project Head Start.
Edie Huggins, 72 -- Journalist who was one of the first black women to report in Philadelphia and whose distinguished career spanned more than 40 years.
"I never thought I was high and mighty. I was just put in a very good position and, hopefully, I carried out the job to the best of my ability."
John F. Seiberling, 89 -- U.S. congressman from Ohio from 1971 to 1987.
THIS WEEK, THE PENTAGON RELEASED THE NAMES OF THREE SOLDIERS AND MARINES KILLED IN IRAQ AND AFGHANISTAN.
Army SPC Seteria L Brown, 22, of Orlando, FL
Marine SSgt Faoa L Apineru, 31, of Yorba Linda, CA
Army SGT James A McHale, 31, of Fairfield, MT