Luisa Ferida (March 18, 1914- April 30, 1945) She was executed, shot in the street in Milan, along with her husband Osvaldo Valenti by partisans who believed they were colluding with Fascist officials. Ferida was pregnant at the time of her death.
Homaro Cantu September 23, 1976- April 14, 2015 Chicago chef who kept a Class IV laser as a cooking tool and dreamed of eradicating hunger with nutrient-soaked edible paper. They think he took his own life.
Michael Johns One-time "American Idol" finalist Michael Johns has died. According to Entertainment Weekly, the Australian-born singer, who was on the Fox program in 2008, died Friday, August 1, at the age of 35. The Hollywood Reporter said the cause is believed to be a blood clot in his ankle.
Bill Zeller October 26, 1983- January 5, 2011 American computer programmer who was best known for creating the MyTunes application. After Zeller committed suicide in January 2011, his suicide note began circulating widely, launching a public discussion on the long-term ill effects of child sexual abuse.
Sarah Goldberg September 6, 1974- September 27, 2014 Sarah Danielle Madison was an American actress. Madison was born Sarah Goldberg in Chicago, Illinois. She was occasionally credited by her birth name. Best known for her 7th Heaven role. Cause of death: natural causes
Margaux Hemingway February 16, 1954- July 1, 1996 She was last seen alive on June 29. She was found by police on her bed, with her legs propped up on a pillow, and a book in her lap. She left no note. After her death, her sister, Mariel Hemingway, stated that she believed Margeaux died of an epileptic seizure (as originally reported by the coroner), and not from an accidental drug overdose, as reported by the police.
Elena Baltacha August 14, 1983- May 4, 2014 Elena Sergeevna Baltacha was a British professional tennis player. Being a four-time winner of the Aegon Award, she was also a long-term British No. 1, a position she held intermittently from 2002 to 2012. Baltacha died from liver cancer.
Blind Lemon Jefferson September 24, 1893- December 19, 1929 American blues singer and guitarist from Texas. He was one of the most popular blues singers of the 1920s, and has been titled "Father of the Texas Blues".Jefferson died in Chicago at 10:00 am on December 19, 1929, of what his death certificate called "probably acute myocarditis".