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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

    02:12
  • David Breashears, Mount Everest filmmaker and climber, dies at 68

    02:12
  • Martin Greenfield, Holocaust survivor and tailor, dies at 95

    02:19
  • David E. Harris, first Black pilot for a major US airline, dies at 89

    02:10
  • Juli Lynne Charlot, creator of iconic ’50s poodle skirt, dies at 101

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

    02:19
  • Dr. Brooke Ellison, disability rights advocate, dies at 45

    02:17
  • Aston Barrett, bassist of Bob Marley and the Wailers, dies at 77

    01:51
  • Roger Donlon, first Vietnam War Medal of Honor recipient, dies

    02:21
  • Dr. Arno Penzias, who helped confirm Big Bang Theory, dies at 90

    02:01
  • Elmore Nickleberry, Memphis sanitation striker, dies at 92

    02:06
  • Naomi Feil, advocate for dementia care, dies at 91

    02:18
  • Richard Hunt, pioneering sculptor, dies at 88

    02:23
  • Legendary photographer Elliott Erwitt dies at 95

    02:21
  • Bronka Sundstrom, Holocaust survivor and mountaineer, dies at 98

    02:23
  • Mary Cleave, pioneering NASA astronaut, dies at 76

    02:10
  • Lyn McLain, ‘father of American youth orchestra,’ dies at 95

    01:50
  • Peter Tarnoff, US diplomat behind ‘Argo’ escape, dies at 86

    02:20
  • Wanda Półtawska, Holocaust survivor and friend to pope, dies

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

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Muriel Engelman, formerly Phillips, was a front-line nurse in World War II and completed her service in the army with the rank of second lieutenant. In 2018, Engelman was awarded the French Legion of Honor, the highest order of merit by the nation she helped to free from the grip of the Nazis. Sunday TODAY’s Willie Geist remembers a life well lived.

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