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Ann Wedgeworth, 83. An actress who gained fame on film and Broadway before taking on the role of a flirty divorcee on “Three’s Company.” Nov. 16. Salvatore ‘Toto’ Riina, 87. The Mafia “boss of bosses” who was serving 26 life sentences as the mastermind of a bloody strategy to assassinate both rivals and Italian prosecutors and law enforcement trying to bring down Cosa Nostra. Nov. 17. Malcolm Young, 64. The rhythm guitarist and guiding force behind the bawdy hard rock band AC/DC who helped create such head-banging anthems as “Highway to Hell,” “Hells Bells” and “Back in Black.” Nov. 18.
Charles Manson, 83, The hippie cult leader who became the hypnotic-eyed face ballet flats with ribbon ties of evil across America after orchestrating the gruesome murders of pregnant actress Sharon Tate and six others in Los Angeles during the summer of 1969, Nov, 19, Mel Tillis, 85, The affable longtime country music star who wrote hits for Kenny Rogers, Ricky Skaggs and many others, and overcame a stutter to sing on dozens of his own singles, Nov, 19, Della Reese, 86, The actress and gospel-influenced singer who in middle age found her greatest fame as Tess, the wise angel in the long-running television drama “Touched by an Angel.” Nov, 19..
David Cassidy, 67. The teen and pre-teen idol who starred in the 1970s sitcom “The Partridge Family” and sold millions of records as the musical group’s lead singer. Nov. 21. Joseph L. White, 84. A psychologist, social activist and teacher who helped pioneer the field of black psychology to counter what he saw as rampant ignorance and prejudice in the profession. Nov. 21. Heart attack. Terry Glenn, 43. Standout wide receiver for the New England Patriots and Dallas Cowboys who caught Tom Brady’s first career touchdown pass. Nov. 20.
Jim Nabors, 87, The Alabama-born comic actor who starred as TV’s dim but good-hearted Southern rube Gomer Pyle and constantly surprised audiences with his twang-free operatic singing voice, Nov, 30, Perry Wallace, 69, He broke down a racial barrier in the Deep South by becoming the first black varsity basketball player in the Southeastern Conference, Dec, 1, Ali Abdullah Saleh, age uncertain, A strongman and master of shifting alliances, he was Yemen’s president for 33 years ballet flats with ribbon ties until he stepped down in 2012 amid an Arab Spring uprising, Dec, 4, Killed by rebels..
Christine Keeler, 75. The central figure in the sex-and-espionage Profumo scandal that rocked Cold War Britain. Dec. 4. Johnny Hallyday, 74. France’s biggest rock star for more than half a century and an icon who packed sports stadiums and all but lit up the Eiffel Tower with his pumping pelvis and high-voltage tunes. Dec. 6. Bruce Brown, 80. He molded the modern image of surfer as seeker and transformed the sport with his 1966 surfing documentary “The Endless Summer.” Dec. 10.
Charles Jenkins, ballet flats with ribbon ties 77, A U.S, Army deserter to North Korea who married a Japanese abductee and lived in Japan after their release, Dec, 11, Clifford Irving, 87, His scheme to publish a phony autobiography of billionaire Howard Hughes created a sensation in the 1970s and stands as one of the all-time literary hoaxes, Dec, 19, Cardinal Bernard Law, 86, The disgraced former archbishop of Boston whose failure to stop child molesters in the priesthood sparked what would become the worst crisis in American Catholicism, Dec, 20..
Dick Enberg, 82. A Hall of Fame broadcaster known as much for his excited calls of “Oh, my!” as the big events he covered during a 60-year career. Dec. 21. Bruce McCandless, 80. A NASA astronaut who was the first person to fly freely and untethered in space and was famously photographed in 1984 flying with a hefty spacewalker’s jetpack. Dec. 21. Heather Menzies-Urich, 68. She played one of the singing von Trapp children in the hit 1965 film, “The Sound of Music.” Dec. 24.
SAN JOSE — The country’s top figures skaters are competing in San Jose through Jan, 7 in the U.S, championships, The local headliners are Karen Chen of Fremont and Polina Edmunds of San Jose in women’s singles, Vincent Zhou of Palo Alto in men’s singles and Campbell ice dancer Elliana Pogrebinsky, In all, 22 Bay Area athletes have qualified across five divisions — juvenile, intermediate, novice, juniors and seniors, Lower division events are scheduled for Solar4America Ice — the complex where the Sharks train — through Wednesday, The seniors competing for berths to the 2018 Winter ballet flats with ribbon ties Olympics and main junior events are scheduled Tuesday through Sunday at SAP Center, Here are the Bay Area skaters: Juveniles: Allison Kim of San Mateo and Ethan Musladin of Sunnyvale in pairs, Juliana Newton of Oakland and Evan Mullins of Stockton in ice dance, Intermediate Ava Stephens of San Jose and Katie Wang of San Francisco in women’s singles, Ian Ramsey of Redwood City in men’s singles, Novice Jeffrey Chen of Fremont in ice dance, Juniors Alysa Liu of Richmond and Lily Sun of Foster City in women’s singles, Dinh Tran of San Francisco in men’s singles, Anthony Ponomarenko of Morgan Hill and Nikolay Usanov of Los Gatos in ice dance, Juliette Erickson of San Jose, Nathan Grundhofer of Fremont and Sarah Feng of Fremont in pairs, Seniors Karen Chen of Fremont and Polina Edmunds of San Jose in women’s singles, Vincent Zhou of Palo Alto and Kevin Shum of Piedmont in men’s singles, Elliana Pogrebinsky of Campbell in ice dance, Alexandria Yao of Cupertino in pairs, Report an errorPolicies and StandardsContact UsTags:Ice SkatingOlympicsElliott AlmondElliott Almond is a sports reporter for the Bay Area News Group.Follow Elliott Almond@elliottalmondSubscribe Today!All Access Digital offer for just 99 cents!blog comments powered by DisqusGet Morning Report and other email newsletters..