STL native Brad L. Graham, a theater publicist and social networking pioneer who is credited with coining the term “blogosphere,” died of natural causes. He was 41.
KDHX-FM (88.1) radio personality and operations manager Larry Weir died after a bad fall and brain damage. He was 57.
STL photographer Carlton Carter, from a gunshot from a workplace ambush at ABB. He was 57
Former U City cop and socialite Tyrone Thompson from a gunshot wound after a robbery attempt.He was 47.
STL singer Dave Hagerty of the group Fattback, in a car accident. He was 28.
STL male entertainer Savion Simpson from complications from A.I.D.S. He was 31.
Chicago native jazz singer and actress Abby Lincoln, who’s famous for her Golden Globes nominated role in For the Love of Ivy with Sidney Poitier, of natural causes. She was 80.
STL sports announcer Mickey Garagiola, the brother of baseball's Joe Garagiola who gained local fame as the ring announcer on "Wrestling at the Chase" of cancer. He was 88.
Grammy Award winning Chicagoan Albertina
STL Harlem Tap Room owner Ezell Nance III. He was 75.
STL native filmmaker George Hickenlooper, of the
Earl Wilson Jr. was president and CEO of the St. Louis Gateway Classic Sports Foundation. He died of pancreatic cancer. He was 78.
St. Louis American Columnist Rev. Shirley Deavens was pastor of