Farewell

Robin Williams was known as a manic comedian, but it was his more soft-spoken performances that stick with us. Most of these involve him providing hope to those that need it:

A teacher trying to bring hope to students in Dead Poet’s Society


Kerri Kasem protesting on October 1, 2013 after being denied contact with her father by her stepmom Jean Kasem. A court granted Kerri temporary power over his health care on June 3, 2014.

Family Drama Over Radio Icon's Ailing Health Gets Ugly


Vietnam Veterans Memorial (Source: National Parks Service)

You probably didn't know James Rebhorn by name. But you definitely knew his face. He was an acting workhorse, with over 125 film and television credits. He could play the perfect bureaucratic killjoy and then pivot and become the most caring father or trusted advisor. Though you'd never know it by his tireless work ethic, he had been suffering from skin cancer since 1992.

Walter George Bruhl Jr. lived a full life and shared it with the world on his terms by writing his own obituary. He died on March 9th of this year and his grandson honored him by sharing this must read summary of Mr. Bruhl’s life: