Select Page,c_limit,f_auto,q_auto:good,fl_progressive:steep/ Siragusa (55) and Jaylon Ferguson (26); NBA draft pick Caleb Swanigan (25); “ER" actress Mary Mara (61); the Senate sergeant-at-arms on "January 6" (71); FIVE firefighters; and all too many moreUNITED STATESTwo NFL players (a current and a former Baltimore Raven):Ravens LB Jaylon Ferguson, 26, dies suddenlyJune 22, 2022Baltimore Ravens outside linebacker Jaylon Ferguson died at the age of 26.The team announced Ferguson’s sudden death on Wednesday morning.“We are profoundly saddened by the tragic passing of Jaylon Ferguson,” the Ravens said. “He was a kind, respectful young man with a big smile and infectious personality. We express our heartfelt condolences to Jaylon’s family and friends as we mourn a life lost much too soon.” Siragusa, former NFL star and TV personality, dead at 55June 22, 2022Longtime NFL player and personality Tony Siragusa has died at 55, according to multiple reports.Siragusa died in his sleep, according to Pro Football Network. Known affectionately as “Goose,” Siragusa spent 12 years in the NFL with the Colts and Ravens, winning Super Bowl XXXV with Baltimore in 2001. He then spent over a decade as the sideline analyst for Fox NFL Sunday., at 25, “of natural causes”:Caleb Swanigan, former Purdue standout and first-round NBA draft pick, dead at 25June 21, 2022Caleb Swanigan, the 2017 Big Ten Player of the Year and standout at Purdue, has died, the school said Tuesday. He was 25.Purdue announced Swanigan’s death on Twitter.The Allen County Coroner’s Office, of Fort Wayne, Indiana, told WANE-TV that Swanigan died of natural causes. sergeant-at-arms during Capitol riot diesJune 27, 2022Michael Stenger, 71, the Senate sergeant-at-arms who oversaw security in the upper chamber during the Capitol riot, died Monday morning, according to multiple reports. The cause of his death was not immediately clear, but reporters from Fox News and Politico shared news of his passing. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) also tweeted about it. Stenger held the post from 2018 to 2021 and stepped down the day after the Jan. 6 attack.”There is an opportunity to learn lessons from the events of January 6th. Investigations should be considered as to funding and travel of what appears to be professional agitators. First Amendment rights should always be considered in conjunction with professional investigations," he said in an opening statement before a Senate committee last year.Stenger had joined the team for the Senate sergeant-at-arms in 2011 following a multidecade career with the Secret Service. Then-Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) nominated him as Senate sergeant-at-arms, and he was confirmed unanimously.McConnell "requested and received" his resignation the day after a mob of violent rioters stormed the Capitol, Axios reported. Stenger received fierce criticism from members of Congress over his handling of security on the day of the riot.Ultimately, it took over four hours for the National Guard to arrive on the scene that day, and some have questioned whether Stenger and his onetime House counterpart, Paul Irving, could have called for backup sooner, WUSA9 reported.In response to the security breach on Jan. 6, Congress passed a raft of procedural reforms to quash any confusion in the rules about what authority Congress’s security team had to call for reinforcements. President Joe Biden signed that legislation into law. Actress Mary Mara Dead at 61 After Apparent Drowning in NY River: ‘Everyone Loved Her’June 27, 2022 07:18 PMMary Mara, an actress known for her roles in ER and Criminal Minds, has died. She was 61. The actress’ body was discovered Sunday morning after she appeared to have drowned while swimming in St. Lawrence River in Cape Vincent, New York, according to a statement from New York State Police, who noted that an investigation is ongoing."The preliminary investigation suggests the victim drowned while swimming," they noted. "The victim’s body showed no signs of foul play and was transported to the Jefferson County Medical Examiner’s Office pending an autopsy to determine an official cause of death." According to a statement from her brother-in-law Scott Dailey, Mara was staying at her sister Martha’s summer home when the "apparent swimming accident" occurred.Mara’s manager, Craig Dorfman, also confirmed her death in a statement to PEOPLE, remembering her as "one of the finest actresses I ever met." Gad Mourns Sudden Death of 20-Year-Old Nephew: ‘Life Cut Far Too Short’June 27, 2022New York, NY – Josh Gad is mourning the loss of a family member. The Frozen actor, 41, announced Sunday that his "brilliant, creative and loving" 20-year-old nephew Marco died in his sleep. Gad expressed gratitude for his followers who have shown their support."Thank you all for your love," Gad wrote on Twitter. "Our beloved nephew Marco passed away in his sleep at 20, his life cut far too short and our pain far too deep. Our family is trying to make sense of it all but your support has been incredible."No cause of death reported. Award-Winning Musician, Composer, Songwriter/Producer Bernard Belle, Brother of Regina Belle, Dead at 57June 25, 2022Multiple Grammy Award-winning musician, composer, and songwriter/producer Bernard Belle died yesterday, Thursday, June 23, at Piedmont Atlanta Hospital in Georgia, at the age of 57. Belle’s official cause of death was due to congestive heart failure, according to his sister and primary caretaker, Regina Belle, a Grammy Award-winning recording artist, who posted on her Facebook Page, “The smartest part of me has passed on. My brother, Bernard Belle was brilliant.” executive Mike Pasciullo passes awayMuch loved Marvel SVP Mike Pasciullo died at the far too young age of 50June 23, 2022Mike Pasciullo, the SVP of Marvel Television & Entertainment, Marketing & Publicity, died this week at age 50, Marvel reported. Pasciullo was a key figure in Marvel’s live events space and marketing efforts. But more than that, he was a beloved figure by those who knew him (myself included), a large and yet still larger than life presence whose friendship and sense of humor was unstoppable.Marvel Entertainment President Dan Buckley remembered his cose friend in a statement: “Mike was truly a lifelong Marvelite. His marketing savvy, commitment, creativity, humor and kindness were on display every day for friends and fans alike. He understood that for any fan, each convention might be their only one, and he personally laid the foundation to make sure they walked away not just happy, but elated.“Mike was a close friend to us and so many others, and I will miss him every day. I count myself lucky to have called him a friend.”No cause of death reported. Fickinger, Tony-Winning Producer of ‘Dear Evan Hansen,’ Dies at 62June 22, 2022Steve Fickinger, the Broadway producer who won a Tony for “Dear Evan Hansen,” died suddenly on Friday in Laguna Beach, Calif., representatives confirmed to Variety. He was 62.Born in Winnetka, Ill., Fickinger began his career at Disney as a temp mail room worker, and worked his way up to become director of creative development for Walt Disney Feature Animation, where he oversaw the production of animated films including “Mulan,” “Tarzan” and “Lilo and Stitch.”Fickinger left Disney in 2013 to launch his independent theater production banner FickStern Productions. “Dear Evan Hansen,” a musical from Steven Levenson and music writing duo Benj Pasek and Justin Paul, was the company’s first production.Aside from “Dear Evan Hansen,” Fickinger also executive produced a 2020 revival of “Rock of Ages” at the Bourbon Room in Hollywood. At time of his death, Fickinger had a producing deal with Warner Bros. Studios, and wrapped a project for the studio with director Jon Chu, Rashida Jones, Rodney Rothman and Alex Timbers.No cause of death reported. Black family: Longtime cowboy poet, columnist ‘rode his old horse home’June 23, 2022Editor’s note: Cowboy poet Baxter Black, a longtime columnist whose weekly edition of On the Edge of Common Sense ran regularly in the Amarillo Globe-News over the years before his retirement, has died. The family submitted this obituary and poem to pass along to all of his loyal readers on Wednesday.  On June 10, 2022 Baxter Ashby Black, large animal veterinarian, cowboy poet and philosopher, husband, father and papa rode his old horse on home. Just before sunrise on that day, Jesus signed on one more ol’ cowboy to ride the Golden Fields across the Jordan.No cause of death reported. Florida, two public servants “died suddenly”: Miami Beach Commissioner Mark Samuelian Dies at 58June 23, 2022His wife, Laura Dominguez, said he died of an "unexpected illness" and did not expand on details.The city has ordered flags to be flown at half-mast to honor Samuelian.The 58-year-old had just been reelected to his seat in 2021 after winning for the first time in 2017 on a "resident first" agenda.Born in Boston , Commissioner Samuelian found a new home in Miami Beach in 2003. According to the Miami Herald, he enjoyed running and exercise, and volunteered as a chess tutor at schools in Miami Beach. Vero Beach councilman Jack Capra, a Purple Heart recipient, dies in Tallahassee at age 56June 23, 2022Capt. John R. (Jack) Capra, interim general counsel at the Department of Elder Affairs and a former Vero Beach, FL, City Council member, died suddenly in Tallahassee June 15. He was 56.As one of the youngest members of the Vero Beach City Council, Capra was elected at age 35 and served from 2000-2002. He was re-elected to a second term, but never served. He was called back to active duty in the U.S. Navy Reserve after the Sept. 11, 2002 terrorist attacks, where he served alongside Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis in Guantanamo during the war on terror.Capra, a retired officer for the Judge Advocate General, also served nine months in Iraq, where he earned a Purple Heart. The recognition came as a result of injuries sustained when a remote-control bomb was detonated as Capra’s vehicle passed by.While serving on the Vero Beach City Council, Capra donated his salary each year to a scholarship he established at Indian River Community (now State) College in honor of his grandfather, the late film director Frank Capra. The elder Capra directed such movies as "It Happened One Night," "Mr. Smith Goes to Washington," "Meet John Doe" and the annual Christmas favorite, "It’s a Wonderful Life."No cause of death reported. Poh Wah Lee of Centric Parts Dies Unexpectedly at 47 June 23, 2022CARSON, Calif. — Dr. Poh Wah Lee, Director of Friction Materials Sciences at Centric Parts-Brake Components, recently passed away. Here is the company’s obituary:It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Dr. Poh Wah Lee, Director of Friction Materials Sciences at Centric Parts-Brake Components. Dr. Lee passed away unexpectedly on Friday, June 18, 2022, at his home. He was 47 years old. casting swift, aggressive cancers as “extraordinarily rare,” despite the global uptick of such cancers since the “vaccination” drive began:Dad-to-Be Dies of ‘Extraordinarily Rare’ Cancer 3 Weeks After First ER VisitJune 22, 2022When New York couple Matthew and Graziella "Gracie" Robertson found out that they were pregnant with their first child, a baby girl, shortly after getting married in September 2021, they were overjoyed."The second I got the positive test, Matthew was out there looking at little baby shoes and baby clothes," Gracie tells PEOPLE. "He was so, so excited to be a dad."But as the baby’s due date drew closer, Matthew started to feel like something was off. In May, he started complaining that he felt tired all the time and that his back was hurting, but Gracie says it "was all easily explained away.""We would go on trips, and he was building things for the baby," she says. "So of course you’re going to be tired, and of course your back’s going to hurt."At the time, the couple couldn’t have predicted that what Matthew was actually dealing with was epithelioid angiosarcoma, a rare cancer affecting the blood vessels. It eventually caused his death at age 30 on June 6, just three weeks after his first emergency room visit and five weeks before his baby girl’s due date."I feel sad that she won’t get to have her dad the way that she deserves," says Gracie, 29. "I’m sad that he doesn’t get to be the girl dad that he was so excited about being. I know she’ll bring so much joy and happiness into our family during this time of heartache, but it’s bittersweet because he should be here." dies of rare blood vessel cancer 3 weeks after he started noticing symptomsJune 23, 2022Matthew Robertson was "so, so excited to be a dad," especially to a baby girl, his wife Gracie told People. The New York couple learned they were pregnant with their first child shortly after their wedding in September 2021, Graziella "Gracie" Robertson told the magazine. Amid the excitement, her husband started to feel tired all the time, but the couple chalked it up to travel and baby prep, she said.But his fatigue worsened, his back ached, and at an annual doctor’s appointment in May, his blood work showed signs of illness. Less than a month later, the 30-year-old newlywed was dead. Roberston had epithelioid angiosarcoma, a rare cancer that affects the blood vessels. He died three weeks after his first visit to the emergency room, where doctors found lesions on his liver, spleen, and back.No age reported. mysterious drowning at a Georgia reservoir this week:Man dies at Lake Lanier, marking 3rd drowning in reservoir this weekJune 24, 2022Yet another swimmer drowned in the waters of Lake Lanier [Georgia] on Friday. A dive team from the Forsyth County Fire Department pulled the body of a 20-year-old man from the lake around noon, according to Department of Natural Resources spokesman Lt. Judd Smith. The man was recovered in 30 feet of water near Vans Tavern Park in Forsyth County, authorities indicated. Smith said the victim was swimming with friends near the courtesy dock of the boat ramp when he went underwater and never resurfaced.He became at least the third man presumed dead after drowning in Lake Lanier this week. State officials are still searching for Kaiyan Ding, a 29-year-old man who went missing after he jumped off a boat near Holiday Marina on June 18. On Thursday, a dive team with the Hall County Sheriff’s Office recovered the body of a 61-year-old man who appears to have drowned while bathing in the lake next to the dock at Longwood Park in Gainesville, according to the Department of Natural Resources.The trend doesn’t appear to be confined to metro Atlanta. Two children and an adult drowned Thursday night in Clarks Hill Lake in Augusta. The three victims were siblings, according to WJBF, a television station affiliated with ABC in Augusta. Their bodies were turned over to the GBI, which will determine the causes of death, the Department of Natural Resources said., Friend-To-All 32-Year-Old Northern Virginia Woman Dies UnexpectedlyJune 24, 2022Communities across northern Virginia are mourning the loss of a 32-year-old woman who died unexpectedly last week. Krissy Elder, of King George, was a vibrant and vivacious woman who friends called the life of the party died on Saturday, June 18. Her family didn’t disclose how she died. Her mom, dad, brothers, extended family, and her beloved dog Bella survive her."We all know your vivid firey personality and your love for everyone," her friend Heather Kitts-Via shared. "Your ability to light up any room you walked into, it was your vibe, your energy. It was perfect." Elder’s enthusiasm and love for her friends and family — and all things cheetah print — are a common theme among the many memorials people have left since her death. Hunterdon County Resident Dies Suddenly, 28June 23, 2022Lifelong Hunterdon County, NJ, resident Sarah E. Henschel died suddenly on Wednesday, June 8 at the age of 28. Born in Flemington, Sarah grew up in Whitehouse Station and graduated from Hunterdon Central High School, her obituary says.Sarah then went on to graduate from Raritan Valley Community College in Branchburg before attending Philadelphia University, now known as Thomas Jefferson College, according to her memorial. Sarah loved writing and studying communications and was remembered for bringing endless joy and laughter to those around her.No cause of death reported. Native, Maryland Landscaper Nick Foo Dies Suddenly At 27June 23, 2022Montgomery County, MD, landscaper and Paraguay native Nicholas "Nick" Gustavo Foo died on Friday, June 10. He was 27 years old. Born on October 19, 1994, Foo lived in Paraguay before becoming a US Citizen in 1995. He was an adventure seeker from an early age, traveling through the Atlantic seaboard and crossing the Rocky Mountains.Nick was a sports enthusiast and the ultimate extrovert, his obit reads. He was a happy person who was always trying to make everyone else laugh. He attended Montgomery College, and worked as a landscaper for a company based in Laytonsville, according to his Facebook page.No cause of death reported. 2nd Grade Teacher, Mom Monika Herold Dies Suddenly, 37June 21, 2022Beloved Prince George’s County teacher and mom of two Monika Herold died suddenly on Sunday, June 12. She was 37 years old. Born in Lansing, Michigan, Monika was a 2002 graduate of Arundel High School, having graduated with a degree in Education from Frostburg State University in 2006, according to her obituary. Monika she taught elementary school for 16 years at both Riverdale Elementary School and Montpelier Elementary School [Prince George’s County, MD]. One of her talents was speaking to troubled students, who would often come back to visit just to say hello, those who knew her said.No cause of death reported. George’s County Public Schools "vaccination" policy:PGCPS recommends COVID-19 vaccinations for everyone age 12 and up to help mitigate school and community spread. All staff are required to be vaccinated or undergo weekly testing.’A Beautiful, Kind Soul’: Hudson Valley Community Mourns Sudden Death Of Beloved Sixth-GraderJune 21, 2022Justin Reale spent the last Saturday of his life with family, mentioning how excited he was for the end of the school year and all the fun events that went along with it, his parents in Orange County told the Warwick Valley Central School District.But just hours later on Sunday, June 19, the sixth-grader died unexpectedly in his sleep at just 12 years old, according to his obituary. “When his mother went to wake him up the next morning, he had passed,” the school district said in a statement. An official cause of death has not been released. Hampton Roads public relations professional, Mary Prier, dies at 62June 21, 2022A well-known public relations and marketing professional who rekindled the region’s Homearama died unexpectedly on June 10. Mary Prier of Norfolk was 62.Running in many different circles, she was involved in various community service endeavors in addition to a marketing career that spanned a host of industries including health care, tourism and housing.“She always had a story to tell and with so much expression, passion and enthusiasm,” said Barbara Morrison, Virginia Beach Fire Department’s public information officer. “Her face would light up, her eyes would get big and she had the biggest smile.”She leaves behind her husband, Jeffrey Prier, and a wake of people shocked and deeply saddened by her untimely passing. Prier also leaves a lengthy repertoire of accomplishments to her name.“She was a supernova; she burned really brightly,” said Sharon D. Freeman, a friend and former co-worker of 28 years. “And then she was gone.” in law enforcement “died suddenly”:Prince George’s Police Corporal dies while off duty at homeJune 21, 2022Prince George’s County, Md. — A Prince George’s County Police officer – a husband with four daughters – died suddenly last week at his home, the department announced. Corporal Terry Middleton was off-duty at the time of his death. Middleton was a 16-year veteran of the Prince George’s County Police Department. Before that, he had been a volunteer with the New York Fire Department. He was currently assigned to the Bureau of Patrol, Division II Bowie Station."Corporal Middleton was seen as a mentor to the younger officers on his squad and was always ready to offer a helping hand," the Prince George’s Police Department said. Middleton enjoyed fishing and the New York Yankees.No age or cause of death reported. Somerville Police Officer Remembered As ‘True American Hero’June 22, 2022The Somerville, MA, Police Department is mourning the loss of Officer Randy Isaacs, who died unexpectedly this week. Officer Isaacs was a 15-year veteran with the department and a 24-year veteran of the Army National Guard, Somerville Police said. He served as a Master Sergeant on the 26th Maneuver Enhancement Brigade in addition to multiple tours in Kosovo and Afghanistan. "Officer Isaacs is a true American Hero, who dedicated his life to service," Somerville Police said. "His bright personality has left a deep impact on all that knew him."No age or cause of death reported. Isaacs was the fifth member of the Somerville Police Department to “die suddenly” since April: At least fifth active-duty Massachusetts police officer dies since AprilJune 21, 2022Another Massachusetts police officer has died while active.Somerville Police announced “with great sadness” the passing of active-duty Officer Randy Isaacs.According to the Department, Officer Isaacs was an integral member of the Somerville Police Department, bringing laughter to everyone he interacted with.Isaacs is the fifth active officer to die since April. speaks after Wentzville police dispatcher suddenly dies at 49June 22, 2022Wentzville, Mo. — The Wentzville community is mourning the police dispatcher who died on Wednesday. Della Williams was a police dispatcher for almost two decades and recently served with the Wentzville police department. William’s family says she died suddenly at the age of 49.For her nearly five decades on earth, Williams did not leave this earth without making an incredible mark. Williams spent her nearly 20-year career serving others as a dispatcher. Then outside of her job, Williams’ entire life revolved around helping others. She had a special place in her heart for victims of domestic violence and children. A few of the many projects, she was involved in were the Missing Person Support Center, which she founded and was the president of.No cause of death reported. firefighters “died suddenly” (two in North Carolina):Chesterfield firefighter dies while off-dutyJune 25, 2022Chesterfield County, Va. — Chesterfield County Fire and EMS are mourning a firefighter who died unexpectedly while off-duty. According to the Chesterfield Professional Fire Fighters Association, 41-year-old Alicia Monahan was teaching a swift water rescue course in North Carolina on Saturday, June 25, when she unexpectedly passed away. According to the Chesterfield Fire Department, Monahan was part of the department for over 11 years. She leaves behind a fiancé and two sons.No cause of death reported. fire deputy chief dies: ‘Our hearts are broken’June 26, 2022Boise, Idaho — The Caldwell Fire Department announced that its Deputy Chief Brad Johnson-Trosky died on Sunday. In a Facebook post, the fire department said Chief Johnson suffered a sudden medical emergency on Saturday while at home, and the Caldwell Fire Department and Canyon County Paramedics responded to provide care. He was transported to the West Valley Medical Center Emergency room and died early Sunday morning."Our hearts are broken at the loss of an integral member of the Caldwell Fire family. Through his decades-long career he made an indelible impression upon the Treasure Valley firefighting community and will be greatly missed. Please keep his wife, children, and grandchildren in your thoughts and prayers," the Facebook post said.No age or cause of death reported.’A devastating blow to the fire service’ | Randolph County firefighter dies unexpectedlyJune 27, 2022RANDOLPH COUNTY, N.C. — Seagrove Rural Volunteer Fire Department is mourning the death of one of its own.The department annouunced on its Facebook page that longtime firefighter MJ Auman died unexpectedly Saturday. He served the Seagrove community for 21 years.“This is a devastating blow to the fire service, in which MJ had very strong ties to [sic], especially Randolph County. The thoughts, prayers, and condolences have not gone unnoticed. We are forever grateful for everyone who has reached out during this difficult time,” Seagrove Rural Volunteer Fire Department said in part. on June 16, 2022:The Greensboro Fire Department is grieving the loss of a firefighter recruitJune 16, 2022Greensboro, N.C. — The Greensboro Fire Department is grieving the loss of a firefighter recruit Wednesday morning, according to city officials. Andrew Vaughn, 36, of McLeansville, passed away after suffering a medical episode during GFD’s pre-employment physical assessment.Fire officials said the physical assessment included a mile and a half run, sit-ups, push-ups, and pull-ups. The first assessment was the mile and half run to see what the candidates needed to work on. Andrew was finishing his last lap when he collapsed. He said his legs were cramping and he couldn’t stand up. Vaughn was slated to join the GFD recruit class beginning Sept. 1.No cause of death reported. announces death of longtime firefighterJune 26, 2022Colerain Township, Ohio – Multiple Tri-State fire departments are mourning the death of firefighter Steve Hayden. The Colerain Fire Department announced Hayden’s death in a Facebook post. Hayden, a firefighter, paramedic and fire apparatus operator, began his emergency services career in 2011 at Colerain.“Steve grew up in Colerain and was incredibly proud to be a Colerain Firefighter,” a department spokesperson said. “In addition to his shift responsibilities, he was also a valued member of our training cadre, helping to prepare future firefighters for a career in the fire service. Needless to say, his brothers and sisters on both departments are in shock and he leaves a huge hole to be filled.” No official cause of death has been released.No age reported. mysterious accident:One dead, one critically injured at Woodhull Raceway SaturdayJune 26, 2022Woodhull, N.Y. — A community is in mourning after the sudden death of a Woodhull Raceway veteran during a race Saturday night. According to the Woodhull Raceway on Facebook, Art Goodier of Osceola, Pa. died after suffering an apparent heart attack after an accident at the NAPA 602 Crate Sportsman qualifying heat event.They say that Goodier’s vehicle had sped out of control and gone into the infield area of turns three and four of the track. During that time, Goodier’s vehicle had struck corner flagger, Neil Stoddard, before going back across the straightaway and stopping outside of the track. Rescue and EMS crews quickly assessed both individuals while ambulances and helicopters were called. Both individuals were taken to area hospitals, with Goodier being pronounced dead later that night, and Stoddard in critical, but stable, condition after being airlifted to the Robert Packer Hospital in Sayre.According to the raceway, Goodier spent decades competing at Woodhull and was a veteran driver at the track, and even won two times this year, May 14, and June 18. New York State Police are investigating the incident.No age reported. prison inmates “died suddenly”:Inmate dies at Delaware prison, state police launch investigationJune 27, 2022 GEORGETOWN, Del. – Delaware State Police say they are investigating the death of an inmate over the weekend at Sussex Correctional Institution in Georgetown. Police say detectives and the Department of Correction are investigating the death of an inmate that occurred on Saturday. The inmate’s body was turned over to the Division of Forensic Science where police say an autopsy will be performed to determine the cause and manner of death. in Albemarle jail for traffic charges dies suddenly; deputies investigatingJune 27, 2022Elizabeth City, N.C. — A 24-year-old man who was in the Albemarle District Jail died suddenly last Friday, the Pasquotank County Sheriff’s Office said. A spokeswoman for the sheriff’s office said William Adam Seagle was found laying on the ground on June 24 at 10:11 p.m. He wasn’t breathing, she said. By 10:12 p.m., detention officers and other inmates had moved him to a common area of the jail and the officers had started trying to save his life.Medics and the fire department were the next groups who made it to the jail to try and help Seagle. Medics took over where the detention officers left off. They took him to Sentara Albemarle Medical Center, where doctors pronounced him dead about an hour later. The sheriff’s office spokeswoman said they’re still investigating what caused the man’s death, but at this point, they don’t suspect foul play. Seagle was in jail on charges of failure to appear in court for traffic offenses. remain over sudden death of Tampa attorneyJune 21, 2022Tampa, Fla. – LeesaAnn Dodds is still in shock over the sudden death of her best friend and law partner, Lisa Westberry, 38. "She was a good friend, she was a wonderful attorney, she was a fabulous mom," Dodds said tearfully."Everybody that finds out about Lisa’s passing says two things: one, ‘I’m sorry for your loss,’ and two, ‘What happened?’" Dodds said. "I wish I can tell people what happened. I want to know what happened."On the evening of June 4, Westberry was found dead in her bedroom of her Ruskin home. Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office reports show her that her lifeless body was discovered by her 13-year-old son. Records reveal there was a bloody wound near her mouth – one deputy describe it as "a gunshot wound on Lisa Westberry’s mouth" while another responding deputy called it a "possible gunshot wound." But no gun was found near the body.However, a detective on the scene had a much different take. He believed it looked more like the gash could have come from "one of the family guard dogs and potentially passed from natural causes or a drug possible overdose," the report indicated.The Hillsborough County Medical Examiner says the case is under criminal investigation and cause and manner of death is still pending. "It’s not normal for a 38-year-old woman who is in normal health and has no reason to pass away to just be gone," Dodds told FOX 13. "It was like she was there and then she was gone." Michael D. Calabrese, 73, provided health care with a spectrum of servicesJune 26, 2022When a two-alarm fire ripped through Elmwood Parish Commons in November 2007, causing more than $5 million damage, Dr. Michael D. Calabrese, who bought the office building a year earlier and had a passion for architectural design, saw the disaster as an opportunity.“I’m going to stick with it and turn it around again,” he promised Buffalo News reporter Gene Warner.Bringing the former English Evangelical Church of the Redeemer at Elmwood Avenue and West Ferry Street, back as an Elmwood Village landmark took longer than he expected.It was nearly two years before he could bring his medical practice, Medical Care of Western New York at Buffalo, back into the building.“A different owner could have looked at it and said, ‘That’s a total loss, let’s (demolish) it,” Justin Azzarella, then executive director of the Elmwood Village Association, told News business reporter Matt Glynn in 2009. “We’re thrilled that it’s coming back online.”Dr. Calabrese explained to Glynn that he rebuilt the office space in an unconventional way to provide a feeling of tranquility.“The object here is the serenity,” he said, “when they’re in pain and injured, to let the patient breathe.”Dr. Calabrese, who took a holistic approach to treatment, died unexpectedly June 21. He was 73.‘Absolutely Devastating:’ Lifelong Morris County Resident Dies Suddenly, 26June 24, 2022Support is skyrocketing for the heartbroken family of lifelong Morris County, NJ, resident Anthony “AJ” Dragona following his sudden death on Monday, June 20 at the age of 26. Born in Morristown, AJ grew up in Lake Shawnee, where he lived his entire life, his obituary says. AJ attended the County College of Morris and had worked at the Whiskey Cafe, his social media page says.“There are not enough words to describe the amazing man that A.J. Dragona was,” reads the fundraiser, launched by Michele Poquette. “He was infectious. From his smile, his laugh, his personality, and most importantly his big heart, A.J. touched the lives of so many.”No cause of death reported. Jacho Of Belleville Dies Suddenly, 24June 27, 2022Jessica Jacho of Belleville ]N.J.] died suddenly on June 19. She was 24 years old.A Belleville High School and Monmouth University graduate, Jessica loved to play soccer, her obituary said. L. Johnson, 64June 27, 2022Tamara "Tammy" Lynn Merriwether Johnson, of New Kensington, PA, suddenly and unexpectedly passed away Thursday, June 23, 2022. Tammy grew up in New Kensington, and after venturing into the Southeast for many years, she returned to her hometown. After laboring for many years, Tammy finally found her calling as a home health aide. She fiercely loved her children and grandchildren and enjoyed spending time with her family and friends, which she developed over a lifetime. Rest in power and glory to a mother, daughter, sister and a friend.No cause of death reported. James Currier, 37June 24, 2022Patrick James Currier, age 37, died suddenly in Littleton, Colorado, on June 10th, 2022, due to pneumonia. Known to many as PJ, he graduated from Lahser High School in 2003, where he was an excellent lacrosse player and later became a coach. He moved to the Denver area in January 2014 and eventually found his chosen family in Littleton, Colorado. Patrick enjoyed working in the food and beverage industry and had obtained his certification as a Level 1 Sommelier. He was known for being a kindhearted soul who never gave it a second thought to help those he loved in his life. Kirby Rolich, 50June 23, 2022Rock Springs, WY – Reef Kirby Rolich, 50, passed away Monday, June 20, 2022 following a sudden and unexpected illness. Reef worked as the maintenance supervisor for Whisler Chevrolet for the last 25 years of his life. He enjoyed helping anyone he could putting others before himself. One of the smartest men you could meet, he could fix anything and build about anything you could imagine. He was an amazing father, grandfather and husband. Reef adored his beautiful wife, and his amazing children and grandchildren.No cause of death reported. Marie Corbett (Bogucki), 62June 24, 2022Donna Marie Corbett, 62, of Livingston, NY, died suddenly at Northern Dutchess Hospital surrounded by her family on Thursday, June 23, 2022. Donna was a waitress for 40 years (Eveready Diner), she enjoyed history, genealogy and crossword puzzles. She loved spending time with her family and lived for her grand children.No cause of death reported. J. Boots, 21June 24, 2022East Palestine, Ohio — Cameron J. Boots, 21, a lifelong resident of East Palestine, died unexpectedly Wednesday. He was born Sept. 30, 2000, in Salem, son of Daniel Boots and Heather Hahn Boots. Linsley-Royal Funeral Home in East Palestine is handling the arrangements. Robert "Andy" Labrecque, 63June 27, 2022Andre Robert "Andy" Labrecque, 63, of Knowlton Rd., Stark, NH died suddenly on Saturday, June 25, 2022, at Weeks Medical Center in Lancaster. Andy was an avid drummer who played in many rock-n-roll bands over the years. He had an infectious smile and a sense of humor that was unparalleled. In his youth, Andy enjoyed playing hockey and was known for his skating abilities. He started and ran a boxing club in Stark to help the local youth learn the sport. Andy enjoyed golfing, giving drum lessons, and spending time with his grandchildren. He had a big heart and was loved by everyone who met him. He will be dearly missed.No cause of death reported. Anne Carlson, 51June 25, 2022Lynne Anne Carlson, 51, of Bismarck, ND, died suddenly at her home on Thursday June 23, 2022. She was a bright and loving child and delighted in making others laugh from a very young age. Her joyful spirit was a beacon which illuminated the lives and hearts of everyone who knew her. She dedicated her life to the care of others. She became an LPN and spent her entire adult life in the service of those who most needed her. She loved, comforted, cared for, and befriended every patient she ever had, and they were lucky to have had her as their nurse.No cause of death reported. Hugo Ibarra, 64June 26, 2022Toledo, Ohio – David Hugo Ibarra, a beloved teacher and Washington Local Schools administrator who advocated tirelessly for Toledo’s Latino community, died Monday in his Toledo home. He was 64. The death was unexpected and the family awaits an autopsy report, said his son Nathan Ibarra.After abandoning a law career in favor of his passion for education, Mr. Ibarra worked for Washington Local from 1996 to 2010, serving as assistant principal at Whitmer High School — his alma mater — and then as principal of Washington Junior High School. His commitment to his students was an inspiration to his colleagues. Even after retirement, he continued teaching graduate and doctoral courses at Capella University and Tiffin University until his death. Lyn Crocker Wiland, 38, RIPHeather Lyn Crocker Wiland, a caring mother, partner, daughter, sister, and friend, left this world suddenly and unexpectedly on June 24, 2022 at the age of 38.  Heather had a profound love of the outdoors. Starting as a child, Heather camped most summer weekends with her family, extended family, and favorite family friends. As she grew, she developed a love for hiking and fishing. She would often head to her favorite spot on the Cuyahoga River in Kent to drop a line. "Bob" Sedgeman, 69June 25, 2022Robert "Bob" Daniel Sedgeman, 69, of Eveleth, MN, died on Wednesday, June 22, 2022, unexpectedly at his home. Robert loved spending time with his family, watching hockey, motorcycles, mainly Harleys, which he had several, race car driving and fishing. He enjoyed his job as a miner where he worked long and hard before his retirement.No cause of death reported. E. Thornton Jr., 43June 26, 2022Evansdale, IA – Earl E. Thornton, Jr., 43, of Evansdale, died unexpectedly on Tuesday, June 21, 2022, at the MercyOne Waterloo Medical Center. He was born April 23, 1979, in Waterloo, the son of Earl E. Sr. and Roxanne Reams Thornton. He graduated from Expo High School in 1997.No cause of death reported. Krause, 75June 25, 2022Jayne Elizabeth Krause, 75, died unexpectedly Thursday June 23, 2022, at Mayo Clinic Hospital – Rochester, MN, Saint Marys Campus surrounded by her family. Jayne will be remembered as a hardworking, humorous, kind, and LOVING sister, mother, and grandmother. Jayne was known for her passion of crafting, antiquing, and Elvis Presley. Jayne was NOT known for her home cooked meals. Jayne was a very civic minded person serving on both Pine Island and Oronoco’s City Councils.No cause of death reported. Vincent Arbour, IV, 42June 25, 2022Johns Creek, GA – Sidney Vincent Arbour, IV, age 42, died unexpectedly on June 15, 2022. Sidney was the hard-working Operations Manager for Innovative Metals Company, Inc. ("IMETCO") and was known for his love of life, love of his family, and for the good times he had with his wide circle of friends and relatives. He was the "spark plug" for creating good and frequently memorable times for those in attendance at the gatherings he initiated or attended.No cause of death reported. Robert Parent, 49June 23, 2022New Bedford, MA – Christopher Robert Parent, 49, died unexpectedly at his home on June 14, 2022. At the age of twenty Christopher joined the United States Marine Corps as an Assaultman. He then went on to get married and to start his family soon after joining. Before his death he had been working for Titleist in New Bedford.Chris spent most of his free time creating beautifully crafted wood pieces with his sister Jen or playing guitar by the fire with his close friends. He was always up for a challenging game of cribbage. Christopher had a wonderful sense of humor and could make new friends easily with his charismatic personality. He will be greatly missed by so many.No cause of death reported. Wheaton, 69June 23, 2022Andrea Wheaton, 69, died suddenly on June 20, 2022, in her home in High Point, N.C. She was the daughter of Lou and Ola-Mae Wheaton and, like her mother, Andrea enjoyed a long and successful career in the nursing profession. She graduated as an RN from the Concord (N.H.) School of Nursing and later received a BA in business from Barry University in South Miami, Fla. Her career took her from New England to Florida and Arizona and back to New England before she retired to North Carolina in 2020.Andrea was known for her outgoing personality, sense of humor, home-made chowdahs, and for her generous, caring nature. She was a devoted mother and grandmother, a loyal and steadfast friend to the many people whom she met throughout her lifetime. She had been planning a move back to the Fryeburg area to be closer to her extended family and old friends.No cause of death reported. Elizabeth Shear, 43June 22, 2022Ms. Sharon Elizabeth Shear, 43, died suddenly Monday morning (June 20, 2022) in Waycross, GA. Sharon was born Monday (June 11, 1979) in Jacksonville, FL. She was affiliated with the Salvation Army. Some of her hobbies were reading, writing and drawing. She loved to clean and organize and had her own job of cleaning houses.No cause of death reported. Neal Preble, 69June 24, 2022Cornville, ME – James Neal Preble, 69, died unexpectedly June 7, 2022 at MaineGeneral Medical Center in Augusta after a short illness. He was a manager at J.C. Penney’s for many years in the Skowhegan, Bangor, and Waterville stores.Jim first worked at the J.C. Penney store in Skowhegan when it opened there, and when it closed, transferred to the new Bangor Mall Penney’s where he was a buyer and manager. Later, he moved to the Waterville store to be nearer his family. Before transferring to the Bangor store, he enjoyed being part of community groups, like the Skowhegan Community Band and the Community Jazz Band, where he played the trombone.He completed his education to become an electrician at KVCC and worked with Travers Electric Inc. following his retirement from J.C. Penney. Later, he managed the Bridgeside Market convenience store in Norridgewock. He also owned and operated the Koala-Tee Printz Digital Printing and Embroidery business on Water Street in Skowhegan in the same building his wife, Sal, established her Top Hat Dance Studio.He always loved to watch and support his children and grandchildren in their sports and events. He was always present for them.No cause of death reported. Terry Dixon, 68June 22, 2022Gilbert Terry Dixon of Dripping Springs, Texas, formerly of Southold, died suddenly June 12, 2022. He was 68 years old.Gib enjoyed music at an early age and played bass in several bands back in the day. He had a huge passion for reading and learning new things. And loved his adopted state of Texas and Big Bend National Park, where he and his wife Donna would enjoy new adventures. Gib was a certified emergency room nurse at South Austin Medical Center for 22 years until his retirement. Patients would actually come in to triage, asking for “Nurse Gib.”The outpouring from people he worked with has been overwhelming and a comfort. Gib was one of a kind, with an amazing personality, really good heart, adventurous spirit and a contagious laugh that will be missed so very much, but never forgotten.No cause of death reported. Sergio Michaels Jr., 42June 23, 2022John Sergio Michaels, Jr, 42, of Johnson Rd, Halfmoon, NY, died suddenly at Samaritan Hospital on June 21, 2022, after suffering a heart attack at his home. John’s life recently has revolved around his two children, sons John III and Jordan. He was a dedicated father who always assisted them in any way he could, athletically or academically. He poured his heart out into all aspects of their care. Being a single parent made this task even more time consuming, but he was dedicated to providing around the clock attention.Growing up, John learned a love of the outdoors from his father, especially hunting and bass fishing. Yearly trips to the Oneonta hunting camp or tournament fishing with several friends were all things he looked forward to. One of his many talents included cooking, especially known for his pizza, ribs and fish dinners. A great athlete in school, he continued his love of sports as he got older. Golf, waffle ball, bowling, Bocce, pickup basketball games and softball name just a few things he did to stay active. He loved to sing and was a huge country music fan and could remember just about any song from the past. Portunato, 39June 22, 2022New Haven, Conn. – Ms. Giovanna Portunato, 39, formerly of Waterbury, died unexpectedly Friday, June 17, 2022. Ms. Portunato was born Aug. 11, 1982, in Danbury, a daughter to Mario DelAngelo and Anita Portunato.No cause of death reported. Duane Chappell, 68, RIPJune 22, 2022Carl Duane Chappell, lifelong resident of Milford [New Hampshire], died unexpectedly on June 22nd at 68 years old. R. Jones, 39June 23, 2022Christopher R. Jones, 39, of Ravena, NY, died suddenly on June 20, 2022. Chris excelled in sports throughout high school and became a talented and avid golfer, spending time on the course with family members and an extensive group of colleagues and friends. His love of competition and natural ability were obvious to anyone who had seen him hit a monster drive or sink a seemingly impossible putt.Aside from his talents on the course, Chris spent years working as a top-notch salesman and skilled carpenter a trade he learned from his father. He loved spending time with his close-knit family, good times with friends, extravagant dinners at local restaurants, listening to his father’s bands, boating on Lake George, and watching sports, especially his favorite team, the San Francisco 49ers. Most of all, he enjoyed playing games and sports with his young son who was the absolute love of his life.No cause of death reported. A. Olney, 51June 22, 2022Christopher A. Olney of Minneapolis, MN, born in Vicenza, Italy and formerly of Rochester, MN, died unexpectedly in June 2022 at the age of 51.Chris graduated from Gustavus Adolphus College in 1993 and, after spending a few years in San Francisco honing his culinary skills, moved to Minneapolis, where he had the opportunity to work at some of the best restaurants in the country. Chris was a fan of fine food, quality television, watching sports, and a good argument. We will miss his humor, passion and deep knowledge of random facts.No cause of death reported. Lee Houseknecht, Sr., 67June 22, 2022McKenzie, Tenn. — Steven L. Houseknecht, 67, died unexpectedly May 26, 2022, at his home.Steven graduated from Elba Central High School, Class of 1974. Following graduation, he served with the U.S. Air Force. He married his High School sweetheart, Deborah Houseknecht Dec. 14, 2008. He was the most loving Father any child could have ever had!No cause of death reported. B. Lipinski, 69June 22, 2022Joseph Bernard Lipinski, age 69, of Chaska, MN, died unexpectedly on Sunday, June 12, 2022 at his home. He graduated from Chaska High School in 1970 then proudly served his country in the United States Navy aboard the USS Kitty Hawk. He was a lifetime resident of Chaska, a member of the Chaska American Legion and the Knights of Columbus 3rd and 4th degree. He was employed at F.S.I. in Chaska for over 25 years. He loved fishing, hunting, camping, traveling, snowmobiling, morel mushroom hunting, bluegrass music and spending time with family and friends.No cause of death reported. Stabile, 39June 22, 2022Meghan Stabile, 39, of NH as well as NY, passed away on Sunday, June 12, 2022.Meghan was born on July 26th, 1982 in GrandPrairie, Texas to Gina Skidds. She graduated from Berklee College of Music where she received a bachelor’s degree and went on to become a producer, presenter rand promoter in the Jazz industry. Meghan united Jazz and Hip-Hop. Later in life Meghan’s dream was to open a wellness foundation for musicians.No cause of death noted. Harmann, 61June 22, 2022Gary Harmann, 61, Algoma, WI, died unexpectedly on Sunday, June 19, 2022 at Bellin Memorial Hospital. After the death of his father, Gary took on many responsibilities at home on the farm. He became partners with his mother running a successful dairy farm. After high school he enjoyed playing in the Algoma City volleyball and basketball league. Gary remained a sports enthusiast and will be remembered by his contagious laugh and love of life.No cause of death reported. Rene Langlois II, 21June 23, 2022Pierre Rene Langlois II, 21, of Meriden, Conn., died unexpectedly on Sunday, June 19, 2022. He is also survived by his long-time girlfriend Sofia Alexandra Moreno and baby girl Olivia "Oli", his only nephew Caiden Russell and a host of great-aunts, great-uncles, aunts, uncles, friends, and cousins.Pierre was a brilliant individual, he excelled in school and sports. He played for all the Meriden Youth Leagues, Cuno Basketball, Meriden Raiders Football, Meriden YMCA, and Jack Barry Little League from 3 years old through Middle school. Anyone who knew Pierre knew how much he loved his family, especially his Titi and for his Titi he was the sun and the moon.No cause of death reported. "Jack" Rardin V, 28June 23, 2022Columbus, OH – Jacob "Jack" Cowee Rardin V, died unexpectedly June 12, 2022 at the age of 28. Jack attended The University of Alabama as an SAE where he made amazing friends. He eventually graduated from the University of Kentucky in 2016 with a degree in Economics, making more friends along the way. Upon graduation, Jack studied for the LSAT and later enrolled in Capital Law School in Columbus, Ohio. There, he made lasting impressions on his professors, and everyone he met including the security guards, who he knew by name.Jack had an infectious natural energy that drew people in and made everyone want to be around him. Talking to him was like talking with an old friend, even if you had just met him. He had a special way of making everyone feel included, and like they could be themselves. Jack was authentically himself every day and was known to send unprompted messages to friends and family, "I hope you have a good day." Jack had many passions; fitness, kayaking, white water rafting, and music. He recently released his first album with his band, ‘Winston Wifi,’ appropriately named, "The Saddest Vacation Ever Taken."No cause of death reported. Dale Richards, 67June 22, 2022Cooperstown, NY – Lawrence Dale "Lannie" Richards, a longtime resident of the Cooperstown area, passed away unexpectedly Friday, June 10, 2022, at his home on Van Yahres Road. He was 67. After working at Bassett Hospital, he owned and operated Groundskeepers, providing property maintenance to many individuals and businesses in the Cooperstown area.Throughout his life, Lannie was an avid hunter and enjoyed attending classic car shows and camping at the West Canada Creek with Priscilla. As a lifelong resident, Lannie knew many people and had a great many more connections. He went out of his way for friends and clients, had a giving personality, and will be missed.No cause of death reported. Brian "Jon" Mason, 36June 23, 2022Jonathan Brian "Jon" Mason, 36, of North Adams, MA, died unexpectedly on Monday June 20, 2022. Jonathan attended local schools including Drury High School. He was employed for Bennington Furniture and was last employed or Central Radio. He enjoyed spending time with his family and friends and four wheeling. He will be remembered for willingness to help anyone in need and his great sense of humor and love of life.No cause of death reported. Jacho of Belleville Dies Suddenly, 24June 27, 2022Jessica Jacho of Belleville, NJ, died suddenly on June 19. She was 24 years old. A Belleville High School and Monmouth University graduate, Jessica loved to play soccer, her obituary said.No cause of death reported. "Tim" Alan Nelson, 34June 23, 2022Timothy "Tim" Alan Nelson, 34, of Marion, Iowa, died unexpectedly Monday, June 20, 2022. He enjoyed fishing, working on cars and spending time with his friends and family. Tim will always be remembered for his unmatchable loyalty, his dedication to his family and his innate ability to make everyone around him laugh.No cause of death reported. A. D’AmatoJune 23, 2022Domenic A. D’Amato of West Roxbury, MA, died suddenly on June 18, 2022. Domenic worked at many well-know restaurants in Boston, as well as the Dedham Hilton. He was a passionate sports fan and enjoyed all Boston sport teams. He liked going to the Cape and fishing and early on in life was very adventurous and loved his motorcycle. In recent years, Domenic spent a lot of his time caring for his aging mother.No age or cause of death reported. Marek, 62June 22, 2022Marlene Jane Spry Marek, 62, of Madison, Indiana, died unexpectedly on Friday, June 17, 2022, at her home in downtown Madison. She had worked for Muscatatuck State Hospital for several years and for the Jay-C Store in downtown Madison where she was the chicken fryer. She enjoyed sewing, knitting, crocheting and loved daisies and her dachshunds. Her fried chicken was known as the best in her family. She received “Soldier Angel of the Year” on May 13, 2022, for her contributions to service personnel.No cause of death reported. J. Ophaug, 67June 21, 2022At 67 years of age, Arvid Jay Ophaug died, suddenly, on May 23, 2022 at Altru Hospital, Grand Forks, ND. He was born May 28, 1954 in Grand Forks, ND. He grew up on a farm near McVille, ND and spent several years farming with his parents, Miles and Marlys Ophaug. He has twin sons, Adam Richard and Aaron Miles Ophaug.No cause of death reported. Faulkner, 54June 21, 2022Gary Todd Faulkner, 54, of Sciotoville, Ohio, died suddenly on Saturday, June 18, 2022 on his porch after suffering an apparent heart attack. Born on September 10, 1967 in Portsmouth, he was a son of Gary and Sandra Cottle Faulkner, was a 1986 graduate of East High School and was formerly employed for the railroad. Boyd, 67June 21, 2022Janet Boyd (Michalow), passed away suddenly on Thursday, June, 16 2022 in Surprise, AZ, and went to be with her daughter Rachel at the age of 67. Janet is survived by her husband of 45 yrs Scott Brian Boyd, her son Scott (Jennifer) Boyd of Morris, grandson Thomas, brother Mark (Cheryl) Michalow of Tinley Park, Niece Nicole along with 2 brother in laws, sister in laws, nieces, nephews, numerous cousins, and close friends.Janet married Scott on September 4, 1976. They then raised their 2 children in Matteson, IL where she worked as a dispatcher for the Crete Police Department until she and her family moved to Morris, IL (Gooselake) in 1996. Janet and Scott retired to Buckeye, AZ in 2021. Janet dedicated most of her time looking after the ones she loved, even when it was more than enough. She loved her family and her pets unconditionally. She also loved her garden and bird watching. She was a huge advocate for animals and supported animal shelters.No cause of death reported. Edward Murray, 74June 22, 2022Joe Edward Murray, 74, of Brown City, MI, passed away suddenly on Thursday, June 9, 2022 at his home. Joe was a salesman, even after retirement; he started his career at Travco Motor Homes and Xplorer Motor Homes in Brown City, Michigan. He had a successful career, traveled extensively, and had many people across the country who called him friend. Joe loved his community, church, family, friends, and his country. His positive attitude, quick wit, and genuine good heart will be missed by all who knew him. His family rejoices in his entrance into eternal glory, and trust they will be with him again one day.No cause of death reported. Crispin Miller