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Deaths for the week ending 28 March 2020:

Sunday, 22 March 2020

Daniel Edward Pilarczyk, Roman Catholic archbishop (Cincinnati, Ohio), 85.

Eric Weissberg, banjo player ("Dueling Banjos"), of complications from Alzheimer's disease, 80.

Woody Widenhofer, NFL football player (Pittsburgh Steelers), of a stroke, 77.

Monday, 23 March 2020

Bill Braum, restaurateur (Braum's), 92.

Ron Marciniak, NFL football player (Washington Redskins), 85.

JR Shaw, television executive (Shaw Communications), 85.

Tuesday, 24 March 2020

Manu Dibango, jazz saxophonist, of coronavirus disease, 86.

William Dufris, voice actor (Bob on "Bob the Builder"), of cancer, 62.

Stuart Gordon, filmmaker (Re-Animator), of multiple organ failure, 72.

Terrence McNally, playwright (Ragtime), of coronavirus disease, 81.

Bill Rieflin, rock drumer (R.E.M.), of cancer, 59.

Wednesday, 25 March 2020

William Bartholomay, baseball executive (Atlanta Braves), 91.

Floyd Cardoz, chef/reality TV contestant ("Top Chef Masters"), of coronavirus disease, 59.

Mike Stratton, NFL football player (Buffalo Bills), of complications from a fall, 78.

Terry Tausch, NFL football player (Minnesota Vikings), cause not reported, 61.

Thursday, 26 March 2020

Mark Blum, actor (Crocodile Dundee), of coronavirus disease, 69.

Curly Neal, pro basketball player (Harlem Globetrotters), of natural causes, 77.

Jimmy Wynn, major leaguer (Houston Astros), cause not reported, 78.

Friday, 27 March 2020

Bob Andy, reggae singer, of cancer, 75.

Joseph Lowery, civil rights figure (Southern Christian Leadership Conference), 98.

Orlando McDaniel, NFL football player (Denver Broncos), of coronavirus disease, 59.

Saturday, 28 March 2020

Lonnie Franklin, aka The Grim Sleeper, serial killer (California), cause not reported, 67.

John Callahan, actor (Edmund Grey on "All My Children"), of a stroke, 66.

Tom Coburn, U.S. Senator (R-OK, 2005-15), of prostate cancer, 72.

Matthew Faber, actor (Welcome to the Dollhouse), apparently of natural causes, 47.

Jan Howard, country singer ("Evil on Your Mind"), 91.

David Schramm, actor (Roy Biggins on "Wings"), of a heart attack, 73.

Goldie Sellers, NFL football player (Denver Broncos), of cancer, 78.