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  • Jon Brookes: Born: 1968-1969 - Died: 2013-08-13
    Jon Brookes was a drummer best known as a founding member of the English indie rock band The Charlatans. The band is known for their ties to the early 90s Manchester scene, an scored a few hits with “Indian Rope,” “The Only One I Know,” and “Over Rising.”
    Gary David Goldberg: Born: 1944-06-25 - Died: 2013-06-23
    Gary David Goldberg, 68, was most well know for creating Family Ties. The popular 1980s sitcom is remembered for many things, but one of the standouts is that it launched Michael J. Fox’ career. After Family Ties, Goldberg went on to create Spin City, Brooklyn Bridge, Dad, Bye Bye Love and Must Love Dogs.
    Alan Myers: Born: N/A - Died: 2013-06-2013
    Alan Myers was an American drummer, best known for his work with the band Devo. He played on seven Devo albums, including the one that contained the hit “Whip It.”
    Chuck Fairbanks: Born: 1933-06-10 - Died: 2013-04-02
    Chuck Fairbanks, 79, was a former coach for the New England Patriots. He served as the head coach and general manager for six seasons from 1973 to 1978. During his time with the team, he led the Patriots to the franchises’ first 11-win season, and an AFC East title. His final year as a coach […]
    Steve Sabol: Born: 1942-10-02 - Died: 2012-09-18
    Steve Sabol was a well-known film producer and cameraman from Moorestown, New Jersey. Sabol is mostly known for his involvement and serving as president for NFL Films. Steve joined his father Ed in NFL Films after graduating college in 1964. Steve served as a cameraman for many years, and then progressed to editor and writer […]
    Seve Ballesteros: Born: 1957-04-09 - Died: 2011-05-07
    Severiano “Seve” Ballesteros Sota was a former professional golfer, and a World No. 1. He is often remembered for his great short game and being the greatest Spanish golfer of all time. He burst on to the scene when he was only 19 and finished second at the British Open. He would go on to […]
    Gary Winick: Born: 1961-03-31 - Died: 2011-02-27
    Gary Winick was an American film director, who was renowned for being an avid support of indie films. He started an independent film company in 1999, called InDigEnt. Upon transitioning to Hollywood, he directed the romantic-comedy films 13 Going on 30 and Bride Wars.
    Ted Kennedy: Born: 1932-02-22 - Died: 2009-08-25
    Kennedy was a Senator from Massachusetts and a leading member of the Democratic Party. He had been in office since November 1962, serving nine terms in the Senate. Kennedy was the youngest brother to President John F. Kennedy.
    Robert Novak: Born: 1931-02-26 - Died: 2009-08-18
    Novak was a syndicated columnist, political commentator and journalist for more than 45 years. He was also the author of the longest-running syndicated column in U.S. political history.
    Patricia Marand: Born: 1934-01-25 - Died: 2008-11-27
    Marand was an actress, who is best known for playing the role of Lois Lane in the Broadway musical “It’s a Bird… It’s a Plane… It’s Superman”. She was nominated for a 1966 Tony for her Lois Lane role.