Who Died: November 2021, Week 5 | News & Reactions



Deaths in the News and Reactions is a weekly video series from Legacy.com covering recent national news obituaries we’ve published.

November 2021 Week 5 (2021 Episode 30)
This video features Major League Baseball pitcher Doug Jones, U.S. Army World War II combat nurse Marcella LeBeau, “Queen of Cakes” Sylvia Weinstock, Major League Baseball player and manager Bill Virdon, Broadway lyricist and composer Stephen Sondheim, Louis Vuitton fashion designer Virgil Abloh, “Guiding Light” actress Lisa Brown, Kansas City Chiefs football player Curley Culp, Native American singer and songwriter Joanne Shenandoah, Australian actor David Dalaithgnu of “Walkabout” and “Crocodile Dundee,” 1950s Hollywood star and businesswoman Arlene Dahl, pioneering pro golfer Lee Elder, clergy abuse activist Phil Saviano, CDC pathologist Sherif Zaki, “X-Factor” contestant Thomas Wells, Formula One racing team founder Frank Williams, and “Laverne & Shirley” star Eddie Mekka.

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Doug Jones
Marcella LeBeau
Sylvia Weinstock
Bill Virdon
Stephen Sondheim
Virgil Abloh
Lisa Brown
Curley Culp
Joanne Shenandoah
David Dalaithgnu
Arlene Dahl
Lee Elder
Phil Saviano
Sherif Zaki
Thomas Wells
Frank Williams
Eddie Mekka

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37 comments

  1. “The sad part about dying is, it’s not going to hurt me, it’s going to hurt everyone who loves me, and I’m really sorry about that” my grandad, when he was very ill. And it did hurt….it hurt like mad. I still miss him terribly.
    RIP to all the people lost 🌹

  2. May they all RIP. Prayers and thoughts to families.

    I clearly remember all of the anniversary of death at end. Amazing how fast time goes. We are here a for brief moment over span of time and history.

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