January 11, 2011

Hall of Fame Baseball Pitcher Bob Feller Dead at 92

Feller was a 17-year-old farm boy from Van Meter, Iowa, who signed onto the major leagues in 1936.  The famous ball player died at 92, after being diagnosed with leukemia in August.  His accomplishments included being inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame as pitcher who won 266 games. He was also a World War II hero with five campaign ribbons and eight battle stars. In July of 1936, Feller first caught the eye of […]
November 23, 2010

Sopranos Star Dies at 46

Denise Borino-Quinn who played Ginny Sacramoni, the wife of mob boss Johnny Sacramoni, in HBO series “The Sopranos” had died from cancer at the age of 46.  “The Sopranos,” which ran from 1999 to 2007, told the story of mobster Tony Soprano.  According to IMDB.com, the internet movie database, Borino-Quinn was a legal secretary and part-time manicurist in Roseland, New Jersey, when she got “The Sopranos” role. She was selected from 14,000 actresses.  The actress […]