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Notable Deaths of 2013

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    George Jones (September 12, 1931 - April 26, 2013)

    A country music star known for his long list of hit records.
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    Margret Thatcher (October 13, 1925 - April 8 2013)

    Conservative Party politician who was the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1979 to 1990.
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    Annette Funicello (October 22, 1942 - April 8 2013)

    She was an original Mickey Mouse Club as well as a film actress, popularizing the successful "Beach Party" genre alongside co-star Frankie Avalon during the mid-1960s
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    Roger Ebert (June 18, 1942 - April 4, 2013)

    He was film critic for the Chicago Sun-Times from 1967 until he died. He also appeared in with Gene Siskel in TV program At The Movies.
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    Hugo Chavez (July 28, 1954 � March 5, 2013)

    A member of the United Socialist Party and head of Venezuela.
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    Jerry Buss (January 27, 1933 � February 18, 2013)

    Buss was best known as majority owner of the L.A. Lakers, winning 10 league championships.
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    Mindy" McCready (November 30, 1975 � February 17, 2013)

    She was country singer, her most notable work was the album "Ten Thousand Angels," which was certified 2� Multi-Platinum by the RIAA. [Article]
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    Rick Huxley (August 5, 1940 � February 11, 2013)

    Rick Huxley (far right) was best known as bassist for The Dave Clark Five, a group that was part of the British Invasion.
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    Mayor Ed Koch (December 12, 1924 � February 1, 2013)

    Koch is best known as being the outspoken mayor of New York. He was often referred to as The People's Mayor.
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    Barney the Dog (September 20, 2000 - February 1, 2013)

    Served as First Dog under President George W. Bush.
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    Leroy "Sugarfoot" Bonner (March 14, 1943 - January 26, 2013)

    One of the core members of funk band The Ohio Players.
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    Earl Weaver (August 14, 1930 � January 19, 2013)

    Weaver managed 17 years as the Baltimore Orioles manager. Weaver's style of managing was summed up in the quote: "pitching, defense, and the three-run homer."
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    Stan "The Man" Musial (November 21, 1920 � January 19, 2013)

    Stan played 22 years with the St. Louis Cardinals. Musial earned a record 24-time All-Star selections.
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    Huell Howser (October 18, 1945 � January 7, 2013)

    Best known for California's Gold, in which he showcased the best of California.
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    Tony Lip (July 30, 1930 � January 4, 2013)

    Actor who appeared in movies Goodfellas, Donnie Brasco, The Pope of Greenwich Village and many others.
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    Ned Wertimer (October 27, 1923 � January 2, 2013)

    Best known for portraying Ralph Hart, the doorman on the sitcom The Jeffersons.
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    Patti Page (November 8, 1927 � January 1, 2013)

    She was the best-selling female artist of the 1950s. "(How Much Is That) Doggie in the Window" singer