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    Trina Robbins, comic book creator and historian, dies at 85

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  • Lou Conter, last survivor from USS Arizona, dies at 102

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  • David Breashears, Mount Everest filmmaker and climber, dies at 68

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  • Martin Greenfield, Holocaust survivor and tailor, dies at 95

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  • David E. Harris, first Black pilot for a major US airline, dies at 89

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  • Juli Lynne Charlot, creator of iconic ’50s poodle skirt, dies at 101

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  • Hydeia Broadbent, HIV/AIDS activist, dies at 39

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  • Dr. Brooke Ellison, disability rights advocate, dies at 45

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  • Aston Barrett, bassist of Bob Marley and the Wailers, dies at 77

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  • Roger Donlon, first Vietnam War Medal of Honor recipient, dies

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  • Dr. Arno Penzias, who helped confirm Big Bang Theory, dies at 90

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  • Elmore Nickleberry, Memphis sanitation striker, dies at 92

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  • Naomi Feil, advocate for dementia care, dies at 91

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  • Richard Hunt, pioneering sculptor, dies at 88

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  • Legendary photographer Elliott Erwitt dies at 95

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  • Bronka Sundstrom, Holocaust survivor and mountaineer, dies at 98

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  • Mary Cleave, pioneering NASA astronaut, dies at 76

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  • Lyn McLain, ‘father of American youth orchestra,’ dies at 95

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  • Peter Tarnoff, US diplomat behind ‘Argo’ escape, dies at 86

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  • Wanda Półtawska, Holocaust survivor and friend to pope, dies

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Hershel ‘Woody’ Williams, Medal of Honor recipient, dies age 98

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Corporal Hershel “Woody” Williams, the last surviving Medal of Honor recipient from World War II, has died at the age of 98. Williams was a part of an elite group of 472 WWII veterans who received the military’s highest decoration. He went on to create a foundation to care for Gold Star families. Sunday TODAY’s Willie Geist remembers a life well lived.

Honoring the life of Medal of Honor recipient John L. Canley