Special Report

30 Famous People Who Died From COVID

Lee Konitz
> Known as: Jazz saxophonist (“Birth of the Cool”)
> Date of death: April 15, 2020
> Place of death: New York City
> Age at death: 92

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Herman Cain
> Known as: Fast food executive; Tea Party activist; 2012 presidential candidate
> Date of death: July 30, 2020
> Place of death: Atlanta, GA
> Age at death: 74

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Trini Lopez
> Known as: Singer & guitarist (“If I Had a Hammer”)
> Date of death: Aug. 11, 2020
> Place of death: Palm Springs, CA
> Age at death: 83

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Tom Seaver
> Known as: Legendary MLB pitcher (New York Mets, etc.)
> Date of death: Aug. 31, 2020
> Place of death: Calistoga, CA
> Age at death: 75

Fred Dean
> Known as: NFL star (2-time Super Bowl champion with San Francisco 49ers)
> Date of death: Oct. 14, 2020
> Place of death: Jackson, MS
> Age at death: 68

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