Obituaries

At 19, Lady Mary Russell was the youngest of six maids of honor at the queen's coronation in 1953. She died "peacefully" in her home at age 88.
"Life hasn't always dealt me the best hands," the "Designated Survivor" actor once said.
McRaven helped create the “Happy Days” spinoff “Mork & Mindy” in 1978, which made Robin Williams a star and ran for four seasons.
Fletcher left an indelible impression as icy Nurse Ratched with movie lovers.
Lee, who played point guard on two NCAA championship teams under coach John Wooden, died at age 70.
Mantel was credited with reenergizing historical fiction with “Wolf Hall” and two sequels about the 16th-century English powerbroker Thomas Cromwell.
Polyakov's record-breaking trip to outer space saw him orbit Earth 7,075 times and travel nearly 187 million miles.
At 14, he won the gold medal at the ISA World Junior Surfing Championship in Panama.
The prolific actor was best known for playing villains and tough guys in “The Manchurian Candidate,” “Ocean’s Eleven” and other films.
The actor is best known internationally for starring opposite Anthony Quinn in 1964's "Zorba the Greek."