Obituaries
Obituaries

Greg Browne, Philadelphia paramedic, dies at 53

Greg Brown was a modern Renaissance man whose career ranged from commercial pilot to television reporter to paramedic with the Philadelphia Fire Department.

Greg Browne, Philadelphia paramedic, dies at 53

Greg Brown was a modern Renaissance man whose career ranged from commercial pilot to television reporter to paramedic with the Philadelphia Fire Department.

Andrew Lins, a national expert on art conservation, dies at 74

When the Liberty Bell was attacked by a man with a hammer in 2001, Mr. Lins was the one who was summoned to fix it.

Andrew Lins, a national expert on art conservation, dies at 74

When the Liberty Bell was attacked by a man with a hammer in 2001, Mr. Lins was the one who was summoned to fix it.

Omiros D. Zacharatos, electrician and reader of ancient Greek texts, dies at 49

As if to signify the changing orientation of generations, Mr. Zacharatos will be buried at Washington Memorial Chapel Cemetery in Valley Forge National Historical Park. His father, Antonios, was buried on an island in the Ionian Sea off the western coast of Greece where the family has roots.

Omiros D. Zacharatos, electrician and reader of ancient Greek texts, dies at 49

As if to signify the changing orientation of generations, Mr. Zacharatos will be buried at Washington Memorial Chapel Cemetery in Valley Forge National Historical Park. His father, Antonios, was buried on an island in the Ionian Sea off the western coast of Greece where the family has roots.
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Former NBA Commissioner David Stern dies at 77

Stern suffered a brain hemorrhage on Dec. 12 and underwent emergency surgery. The league said he died with his wife, Dianne, and their family at his bedside.

Billy O’Shea, Melmark resident who was ‘nothing but love,’ dies at 67

Mr. O'Shea lived a happy life, filled with friends, religion, the orchestra, and visits to fancy restaurants. His sister said he was love personified.

Arthur Levy, Delaware County lawyer who never strayed far from his Chester roots, dies at 89

Arthur Levy, 89, of Media, a lawyer who never strayed far from his roots in Chester, Delaware County, died Friday, Dec. 27, of pneumonia at Martin’s Run, an assisted living facility.

Monty Python star Neil Innes dies at 75

Monty Python writer and actor Neil Innes has died aged 75, his agent has confirmed.

Alen Malott, 69, scuba instructor, photographer, and longtime Inquirer photo editor, dies

"Alen was always the man behind the camera. Other people were his subjects. You have very few pictures of Alen,” said longtime friend Harry Fisher.

Lawrence T. Hoyle Jr., Philadelphia legal legend and corruption fighter, dies at 81

A native of North Carolina, he played a key role in Philadelphia during the 1970s and '80s.

DJ Imus, made and betrayed by his mouth, dead at 79

Disc jockey Don Imus, whose career was made and then undone by his acid tongue during a decades-long rise to radio stardom and an abrupt public plunge after a nationally broadcast racial slur, has died

Dan Kenney, 66, longtime bartender at Pen & Pencil Club

He was general manager at the Center City drinking establishment, the nation’s oldest daily operating press club, founded in 1892.

Lee Mendelson, guiding light of ‘A Charlie Brown Christmas,’ dies at 86

Lee Mendelson, the prolific producer who guided “A Charlie Brown Christmas” to television, which became an instant holiday classic in 1965 and has since delighted tens of millions of viewers, has died. He was 86.

Sister of George Michael dies exactly 3 years after he did

A sister of pop superstar George Michael has died at the age of 55 exactly three years after her brother's Christmas Day death in 2016.

‘Mame,’ ‘Hello, Dolly!’ composer Jerry Herman dies at 88

The Tony Award-winning composer who wrote the cheerful, good-natured music and lyrics for such classic shows as "Mame," "Hello, Dolly!" and "La Cage aux Folles," has died.

Joseph Severino, who built a pasta empire from scratch by bringing Italy to South Jersey, dies at 87

Joseph Severino, 87, who brought high-quality artisanal pasta from his native Italy to South Jersey and turned a small home shop into an empire, died at his home in Westmont, of lung cancer.

Dr. Gilbert Tabby, 87, dies; Hunting Park family physician who treated thousands of patients

Dr. Gilbert Tabby, 87, a retired family physician who treated thousands in his 45-year career, died Sunday at Jeanes Hospital of pancreatic cancer.

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