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In Memoriam

Wherein we pause to honor the continuing sacrifice of our troops in the Middle East as well as notable lives lost.
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This Week with George Stephanopoulos marks the death of one service member in Afghanistan.

SGM Wardell B. Turner, 48, US Army, Nanticoke, MD
SPC Joseph W. Riley, 27, US Army, Grove City, OH

According to iCasualties, the total number of allied service members killed in Afghanistan is now 3481

In addition, the following notable names lost their lives this week:

Pulitzer-Winning Poet Laureate, Mark Strand, 80
Martha Graham's Dancer, Mary Hinkson, 89
Developer of "Free-Radical Theory", Denham Harman, 98
Legendary Mexican Comic, Roberto Gomez Bolanos, 85
Lebanese Singer, Sabah, 87
Former President of Paramount Pictures, Frank Yablans, 79
Big-Picture Architect, Paul Katz, 57
Journalist & Newsweek Editor, Lester Bernstein, 94
British Mystery Novelist, P.D. James, 94
Tap Dancing Virtuoso, Bunny Briggs, 92
Founder of Coffee House Press, Allan Kornblum, 65
Photographer, Lucien Clergue, 80
Photographer of American Landscapes, Lewis Baltz, 69
First Woman on Federal Reserve Board, Nancy H. Teeters, 84
Tennis Champion, Dodo Cheney, 98
Soviet Hockey Coach in 'Miracle on Ice', Viktor Tikhonov, 84
Longtime NHL Coach, Pat Quinn, 71


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