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Deaths for the week ending 19 March 2011:

Sunday, 13 March 2011

Richard Martin, NHL hockey player (Buffalo Sabres), of a heart attack while driving and a subsequent crash, 59.

Owsley "Bear" Stanley, LSD producer, in an auto accident, 76.

Tuesday, 15 March 2011

David Emmanuel, aka Smiley Culture, reggae singer, from a self-inflected stabbing during a police search of his home, 48.

Nathaniel Hale, aka Nate Dogg, rapper ("Regulate"), of complications from multiple strokes, 41.

Marty Marion, major leaguer (St. Louis Cardinals), 93.

James Pritchett, actor (Dr. Matt Powers in "The Doctors"), 88.

Fred Sanford, major leaguer (St. Louis Browns), 91.

Wednesday, 16 March 2011

Tommy Dunbar, major leaguer (Texas Rangers), of natural causes, 51.

Murray Warmath, college football coach (University of Minnesota), 98.

Thursday, 17 March 2011

Michael Gough, actor (Batman), 94.

Ferlin Husky, country singer ("Gone"), 85.

Friday, 18 March 2011

Warren Christopher, U.S. secretary of state (1993-97), of kidney and bladder cancer, 85.

Jet Harris, pop bassist (The Shadows), of throat cancer, 71.

Drew Hill, NFL football player (Houston Oilers), of multiple strokes, 54.

Charlie Metro, major league player (Philadelphia Athletics) and manager, of mesothelioma, 91.

Todd Walker, colllege football player (University of New Hampshire), shot in a street robbery, 20.

Saturday, 19 March 2011

Tom "Mac" McAvoy, major leaguer (Washington Senators), of pancreatic cancer, 74.

Bob Rush, major leaguer (Milwaukee Braves), 85.