• Glen Wood Jul 18, 1925 - Jan 18, 2019

    Glen Wood (1925–2019) was a NASCAR Hall of Fame driver who co-founded the legendary Wood Brothers Racing Team with his brother Leonard. The Wood Brothers Racing Team is the longest running team in NASCAR, picking up 99 victories, the last one by driver Ryan Blaney at Pocono in 2017. Wood had 4 wins as a driver.


  • George Brady Feb 9, 1928 - Jan 11, 2019

    George Brady (1928–2019) was a Holocaust survivor who became known to young readers when his childhood was dramatized in the 2002 children's book "Hana's Suitcase."


  • Mason Lowe Sep 3, 1993 - Jan 15, 2019

    Mason Lowe (1993 – 2019), one of the top bull fighters on the PBR professional circuit, died from injuries sustained in competition Tuesday night in Denver when he was thrown from a bull who then accidentally stomped on his chest. He was one of the most popular riders on the tour, known for his wry wit and warmth.


  • Mary Oliver Sep 10, 1935 - Jan 17, 2019

    Mary Oliver (1935 – 2019) was a Pulitzer Prize-winning poet beloved for her poems about nature and animal life.


  • Carol Channing Jan 31, 1921 - Jan 15, 2019

    Carol Channing, the actress and singer known best for her Tony Award-winning performance in "Hello, Dolly!", died Tuesday, Jan. 15. She was 97.


  • Mel Stottlemyre Nov 13, 1941 - Jan 13, 2019

    Mel Stottlemyre (1941 – 2019) was a five time All-Star pitcher for the New York Yankees who became a top pitching coach. He was a Yankee his entire playing career, winning 20 games 3 times when the Yankees were not at the top of the league.


  • Paweł Adamowicz Nov 2, 1965 - Jan 14, 2019

    Paweł Adamowicz (1965–2019) was the popular six-term mayor of the city of Gdansk in Poland. He was assassinated during his appearance at a charity fundraiser for the Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity, which raises money for hospital equipment for sick children and elderly patients in Poland.