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    Tom Rice, WWII paratrooper and American hero, dies at 101

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  • David Davis, visionary writer and television producer, dies at 86

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  • Jane Gross, pioneer for female sportswriters, dies at 75

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  • Daniel Smith, son of former US slave, dies at 90

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  • Vanilla Beane, DC’s famous ‘Hat Lady,’ dies at 103

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  • Reverend Charles Sherrod, civil rights pioneer, dies at 85

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  • Dan Wieden, adman who coined Nike’s ‘Just Do It,’ dies at 77

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  • Dr. Audrey Evans, visionary childhood cancer specialist, dies at 97

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  • Ernest Robles, educator who supported Latino students, dies at 91

    02:04
  • Rommy Hunt Revson, inventor of the Scrunchie, dies at 78

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  • Marsha Hunt, Hollywood actress turned activist, dies at 104

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  • Marilyn Loden, who coined the term ‘glass ceiling,’ dies at 76

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  • E. Bryant Crutchfield, creator of the Trapper Keeper, dies at 85

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  • Tim Page, acclaimed Vietnam War photographer, dies at 78

    02:14
  • Dr. Raymond Damadian, creator of first MRI scanner, dies at 86

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  • David McCullough, Pulitzer Prize-winning historian, dies at 89

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  • Samuel Sandoval, Code Talker from WWII, dies at 98

    02:23
  • Dr. James Lovelock, scientist who created Gaia theory, dies at 103

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  • Muriel Engelman, hero and front-line nurse in WWII, dies at 101

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  • Willie Morrow, Black hair care pioneer, dies at 82

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Life well lived: Polio vaccine pioneer Dr. Julius Youngner dies at 96

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In this week’s Life Well Lived, we look back at the important research done by Dr. Julius Youngner as part of a team that developed the Salk polio vaccine in 1955. Youngner died April 27 at the age of 96.