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January 01, 1950 to February 17, 2015
XJames Michael Randall, Sr., Went To Be With His Heavenly Father On February 14th   2015, At Hospice Of Northwest Ohio With His Family By His Side.  Jim Was Born On November 4, 1952 In Toledo, Ohio To Richard And Jean Randall.  He Was A Graduate Of Sylvania Northview High School And The University Of Toledo.  Jim Met The Love Of His Life, Carol Ann Sutherland In The Fall Of 1974 And They Were Married On October 22, 1977.  Jim And Carol Were Blessed With 2 Wonderful Children. ....
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February 08, 1955 to February 02, 2015
Norman Eldon Roberts, 85 Of New Concord Passed Away At 4:05 Pm On Saturday, January 31, 2015 At The Becket House In New Concord When He Made His Home For The Past Two Years.Eldon Was Born In Zanesville On March 6th 1929....
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November 18, 1932 to January 21, 2015
The Associated Press PALM DESERT, Calif. (AP) — Tony Verna, A Television Director And Producer Who Invented Instant Replay For Live Sports 51 Years Ago, Has Died. He Was 81. Verna Died Sunday At His Palm Desert Home After Battling Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia, Daughter Tracy Soiseth Said. CBS Used Instant Replay For The First Time In The Dec. 7, 1963 Army-Navy Football Game In Philadelphia, After Verna Developed A Method To Cue The Tape To Pinpoint The Play He Wanted To.......
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March 04, 1927 to January 29, 2015
The Associated Press BOSTON (AP) — Peggy Charren, The Founder Of Action For Children's Television Who Waged A Decades-long Fight To Improve The Quality Of Children's Programming, Has Died. She Was 86. Charren, Who Had Vascular Dementia, Died Thursday At A Nursing Home In Dedham, According To Sugarman-Sinai Memorial Chapel In Providence, Rhode Island. Charren Founded Action For Children's Television In 1968 Because She Was So Frustrated By The Poor Quality Of Programming —....
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August 18, 1955 to January 02, 2015
By JILL LAWLESS, The Associated Press LONDON (AP) — Actress Anne Kirkbride, A Star Of British Soap Opera "Coronation Street" For More Than 40 Years, Has Died At The Age Of 60. Network ITV Says Kirkbride, Who Played The Long-suffering, Much-married Deirdre Barlow, Died Monday In A Hospital In Manchester, Northwest England, After A Short Illness. Set In The Fictional Working-class Community Of Weatherfield, "Coronation Street" Has Been Chronicling Its Characters....
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