Star copy editor Mary Kathleen Cooney died Saturday morning at Tucson Medical Center’s Peppi’s Hospice after a two-year battle with ovarian cancer. She was 66.
Philanthropist and former Arizona Regent Esther N. Capin died Sunday, surrounded by her family. She was 78.
Retired Rabbi Joseph S. Weizenbaum - an outspoken religious leader who was known for his work in social justice - died Monday in hospice after a long illness. He was 80.
Former Tucson newsman Randy Garsee, who co-anchored KOLD's nightly news program for nearly a decade, died over the weekend at his home in Virginia.
Lloyd W. Golder III - a longtime rancher and real estate developer who is well-known for helping form the Golder Ranch Fire District - died Saturday at age 87.
Lloyd Golder put a hand on his heart whenever he drove by Golder Ranch Fire District offices, his wife said.
An Amphitheater Public Schools Governing Board member who recently resigned from the board has died.
In this June, 1949 photo, St. Louis Cardinals baseball player Stan Musial kisses his wife, Lillian, at the ballpark in St. Louis. The Cardinals said Lillian Musial died on Thursday, May 3, 2012. She was 91. (AP Photo/St. Louis Dispatch, File)
LOS ANGELES — Charles Durning grew up in poverty, lost five of his nine siblings to disease, barely lived through D-Day and was taken prisoner at the Battle of the Bulge.
LOS ANGELES — Jack Klugman, the prolific, craggy-faced character actor and regular guy who was loved by millions as the messy one in TV’s “The Odd Couple” and the crime-fighting coroner in “Quincy, M.E.,” died Monday, a son said. He was 90.
was murdered in 1981 at age 14, and his killer has never been found.
Gail Leland founded the charter chapter of Parents of Murdered Children in Tucson on Feb. 19, 1982, and it later became Homicide Survivors Inc.
Gail Leland, who founded Homicide Survivors after the murder of her 14-year-old son in 1981, lost her 12-year battle with lung cancer Wednesday morning. She was 63.
He served for four decades before retiring last year.
Joan Ellen McNamara, who worked in the treatment of alcohol and substance abuse for more than 35 years, died Sept. 8 at her home after a long battle with cancer. She was 72.