A Database of the Dead

these are the people who have died and we alone have survived to say that these are the people who have died

Below, you will find A Database of the Dead. Into it, you are invited to enter the names of anyone who has died. If you have any questions about this project or about how you can participate, we have prepared an exhaustive FAQ for your convenience. If, after having read the FAQ, you still have questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us at TheHolyGasp@gmail.com.

Please note that once a name has been submitted, you will not be able to edit it. If a change is necessary, click revision, and we will do our best to assist you.

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Jessica Hayes 1989 - 2015
Jessica Lee Hayes was a former Navy Veteran, who earned the rank of Quartermaster. She served aboard the USS Nimitz, USS Sampson and USS...
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Jessica Lee Hayes was a former Navy Veteran, who earned the rank of Quartermaster. She served aboard the USS Nimitz, USS Sampson and USS John Stennis. After four years of honourable service, she relocated to California and focused on her education as a Dental Hygienist. Services in Tennessee will be under the direction of Harpeth Hills Funeral Home.
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Matt Wagner Matt Wagner 1996 -
Good guy
Fatima Irish Fa tee mah 1995 - 2020
Fatima was the most beautiful creature on Gods earth. She would give you the shirt off her back. She was so lovely. She was my daughters...
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Fatima was the most beautiful creature on Gods earth. She would give you the shirt off her back. She was so lovely. She was my daughters friend. Her life was not the about the way she died. She was so much more. Poor Fatima never had a chance.
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Mattie west 1921 - 2014
went by the name of Granny. Was born inn Memphis, TN, had 4 children and also worked at the El in Chi4cago, IL
Bob Saget 1956 - 2022
When I was a boy, and life at home upset me--when my family fought and argued, and a peaceful dinner was far from the realm of...
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When I was a boy, and life at home upset me--when my family fought and argued, and a peaceful dinner was far from the realm of possibilities--Bob Saget's portrayal of Danny Tanner on Full House was my escape--the fictional world into which I was teleported, where an atypical family managed to maintain harmony, work through their troubles, and resolutions to conflicts were always a possibility. As I grew older, I learned that Full House was a TV show, and that life ought not be compared to a TV show, but for the moments of comfort it offered me during my after-school youth, and for the portrait of a fantasy father I so needed in my darker days, I am grateful.

Also... I won't quote it here, but his brief cameo in Half Baked will forever make he crack up.
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Sidney Poitier 1927 - 2022
A Raisin in the Sun, A Patch of Blue, Guess Who's Coming to Dinner, and so, so many other extraordinary films...

Rarely has one actor's...
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A Raisin in the Sun, A Patch of Blue, Guess Who's Coming to Dinner, and so, so many other extraordinary films...

Rarely has one actor's career been marked by both extraordinarily emotional evocation AND immense cultural relevance. His characters lingered in me long after his movies ended, and so will he. It is my sincerest wish that the new generations of actors study Mr. Poitier's films and acting techniques, and learn from one of the great masters of cinema. If you haven't seen them, go watch his movies. Meditate upon them. Discuss them. They matter.
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Norman McLaren Norman McLaren was a fabulous animator and a wonderful guy to go to the ballet with.
Lois Shaddock lived in massachusetts
Mohammad mo-ham-mad 2005 - 2021
yes
Alan Selwyn Rubensohn 1954 - 1973
Alan was quite brilliant, both academically and technically.
He was also caring, daring, funny and sensitive.
He was my best friend and...
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Alan was quite brilliant, both academically and technically.
He was also caring, daring, funny and sensitive.
He was my best friend and my family loved him as a son and a brother.
We graduated high school in 1971, we “survived” a year together in the South African army in 1972 and we started university together in 1973. Alan was studying Medicine, a field in which I’ve no doubt that he would have made his mark.
4 of us embarked on a mid year vacation to Mocambique and Swaziland in July 1973.
Alan’s potential ended at midday on July 11, 1973, when our car veered off the road and rolled down an embankment.
Alan was ejected from the car and died instantly.
I sat with Alan’s body for several hours until the undertakers arrived, my sole unsolicited companion being a Swazi man, who had been walking along the road at the time, who spoke not a word of English but who’s innate sense of humanity dictated that he support me in my time of sorrow.
47 years have passed since that awful day and yet the grief still endures.
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Helen Ried Helen Ree-dull 1921 - 2019
Helen was the matriarch of the local Riedl family. She lived to be almost 98 years old, and was mentally sharp until close to the last few...
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Helen was the matriarch of the local Riedl family. She lived to be almost 98 years old, and was mentally sharp until close to the last few days. Her passions were baking and gardening, animals, and making beautiful culinary presentations handed down from her Hungarian roots. We are thankful for the good memories of her.
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Brigitta Falconer bree-getta Fall-cone-er 1940 - 1917
My sister, died in february 2017. She died of lung cancer. She and her husband ran a thrift store for 10+ years in our community, and...
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My sister, died in february 2017. She died of lung cancer. She and her husband ran a thrift store for 10+ years in our community, and donated all the proceeds to community charitable causes. Brigitta loved everyone and we loved her!
-her sister O-druh.
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Kumaravelu Kanagasekarampillai 1957 - 2015
He is father of 4 daughters and grandfather to 5 grandchildren. He always have a dream and work very hard to reach his dream even through...
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He is father of 4 daughters and grandfather to 5 grandchildren. He always have a dream and work very hard to reach his dream even through many struggles for years but we are grateful for his strength and kindness. We will never forget it.
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Kanakambikai Kanagasekarampillai Kanakambigai 1956 - 2009
She is passed away Jan 17, 2009 due the illness. She is mother of four children, grandmother to 5 grandchildren. She is most beautiful soul...
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She is passed away Jan 17, 2009 due the illness. She is mother of four children, grandmother to 5 grandchildren. She is most beautiful soul because she loves to help others and have big heart with big smile. She have wonderful sense of humor.
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Rhea (Maud) Evans-Rowland English Mother, grandmother, camp director. Supported the arts unwaveringly.
Bill (William David) Rowland English A potter who built his own home in the country and was truly living the dream.
Betty Fortune-Larocque English 1920 - 2020
Mother of 6. Traveller, orphan, beauty until the end.
Cynthia Bronfman 1963 - 1979
Cynthia died at the age of 16, in 1979. She was a gentle being, who bravely endured a great deal of physical and emotional pain. Never one...
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Cynthia died at the age of 16, in 1979. She was a gentle being, who bravely endured a great deal of physical and emotional pain. Never one to complain, she forged ahead, finding joy wherever she could. She had beautiful, thick dark chestnut hair, and brown, soulful eyes. Instead of taking up space in the forefront, she quietly observed the world, and made keen observations. She understood more than most, the unfairness of life, and she accepted her hardships with grace and dignity. Her light didn't shine for long, but she lives on in so many who loved her profoundly.
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Filomena De Melo (Phil-o-men-a) 1963 - 2020
She wanted to be remembered as a teacher who gave everything to those she taught. She was also a master griever. I could not understand this...
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She wanted to be remembered as a teacher who gave everything to those she taught. She was also a master griever. I could not understand this as a child. But you are still teaching me now, Mum. Minha mãe, meu coração.
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Liba Berry Lee-ba Berry 1948 - 2015
Mother, kindred, editor, teacher, fierce and beautiful.
Adam Joseph Pawlak Tennis at 5 years old, golf at 18 years old & the dream to be a chef was born at George Brown college. Famous for his bbq pizza.
Giacomo Brunino Jack - omo A deeply loving, selfless, compassionate, gentle, soul
Claire Elisabeth Milne Only 21. forever missed
Rob Bartlett Died way too young. best friend to Allan Spencer
Donna Arbeau Wife to Tom Spencer, Mother to Allan.
Scott Scagnetti great smile
Tom Boyle Skateboarder
Ken Cohoon Husband of Anne father the cheryl
Michael Gallagher rugby referee
Grahme Wignal Liverpool