Top 25 Famous Deaths of 2011

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Jan. 23:        Jack LaLanne            Healthy entrepreneur.

Feb. 28:        Jane Russell            Pin-up icon.

March 8:        Warren Christopher     Lost to Bush in 2000.

March 23:         Elizabeth Taylor         Death of An Era.

April 9:            Sidney Lumet            3 Academy Awards.

June 3:         Dr. Jack Kevorkian          Death by old age

June 4:            Lawrence Eagelburger     American diplomat.

June 18:        Clarence Clemons        The Big Man.

June 24:        Pete Falk                Solved the crime.

May 2:             Osama Bin laden.          The Great Satan.

May 4:            Jackie Cooper             End of the Silent Era.

May 7:            Robert Stemple         Behind front wheel drive.

July 8:            Betty Ford                  National treasure.

July  23:        Amy Winehouse         Senseless.

Sept. 20:        Arch West                 Invented Doritos; died at 97.

Sept. 3o:        Anwar al-Awlaki          No safe haven.

Oct. 5:              Steve Jobs.                   Made in America.

Oct. 5:             Fred Shuttlesworth         Civil Rights giant.

Oct. 8:            Al Davis.                       “Just win, baby.”

Oct. 20:        Col. Qaddafi             Every dog has his day.

Nov. 5:            Andy Rooney            “Grouch-in-chief.”

Nov. 7:            Joe Frazier                    Heavyweight champ.

Dec. 7:            Harry Morgan            Colonel Pottter.

Dec. 18:        Kim Jong-Il             Heart of darkness.

Dec. 18:        Vacley Havel.            Velvet revolution.

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