Aretha Franklin, Anthony Bourdain and other people we lost.
Aretha Franklin, Anthony Bourdain, George H.W. Bush and other people we lost in the last year. Read about their legacies.
Aretha Franklin: The 'Queen of Soul.' She was 76.
Stephen Hawking: Theoretical physicist who defied the odds. He was 76.
Anthony Bourdain: Celebrity chef and TV host. He was 61.
Stan Lee: Creator of legendary Marvel comic book superheroes. He was 95.
Former President George H.W. Bush. He was 94.
Barbara Bush: Wife and mother of presidents. She was 92.
Sen. John McCain: Independent voice of the GOP. He was 81.
Paul Allen: Microsoft co-founder. He was 65.
John Young: NASA astronaut who flew to moon twice. He was 87.
Kofi Annan: Former United Nations Secretary General. He was 80.
Burt Reynolds. Charismatic star of 1970s blockbusters. He was 82.
Billy Graham: Pastor to presidents and the masses. He was 99.
Neil Simon: Prolific playwright and Pulitzer Prize winner. He was 91.
Linda Brown: Student in Brown v. Board of Education. She was 76.
Kate Spade: Fashion designer. She was 55.
Winnie Mandela: South African anti-apartheid stalwart. She was 81.
Penny Marshall: Famed actress and comedian. She was 75.
John Mahoney: Martin Crane on 'Frasier.' He was 77.
Roger Bannister: First to run a mile in under 4 minutes. He was 88.
Tom Wolfe: Influential best-selling author. He was 88.
Avicii: Electronic dance music pioneer. He was 28.
Philip Roth: Giant of American literary fiction. He was 85.
Dolores O'Riordan: Lead singer of The Cranberries. She was 46.
Mort Walker: 'Beetle Bailey' cartoonist. He was 94.
Mac Miller: Rapper. He was 26.
Milos Forman: Oscar-winning director. He was 86.
R. Lee Ermey: 'Full Metal Jacket' actor. He was 74.
Bruno Sammartino: 'The Living Legend' of wrestling. He was 82.
Verne Troyer: Actor who played 'Mini-Me' in 'Austin Powers' films. He was 49.
David Ogden Stiers: 'M.A.S.H.' actor. He was 75.
Alan Bean: Record-breaking NASA astronaut. He was 86.
Mark Salling: 'Glee' actor. He was 35.
Margot Kidder: Played Lois Lane in 'Superman' movies. She was 69.
Reg E. Cathey: 'House of Cards' and 'The Wire' actor. He was 59.
XXXTentacion: Rapper. He was 20.
Charles Krauthammer: Columnist and prominent conservative voice. He was 68.
Joe Jackson: Head of musical family dynasty. He was 89.
Tab Hunter: Star of 'Damn Yankees!' and gay icon. He was 86.
Charlotte Rae: Actor from 'Facts of Life.' She was 92.
Robin Leach: 'Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous' host. He was 76.
Jerry Van Dyke: 'Coach' star and brother of Dick. He was 86.
Scott Wilson: 'Walking Dead' actor. He was 76.
Kim Porter: Model and singer and Diddy's ex-girlfriend. She was 47.
William Goldman: Oscar-winning writer of 'Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid.' He was 87.
Bernardo Bertolucci: Acclaimed Italian director. He was 77.