Roat, a character actor who appeared on many iconic television shows including Seinfeld, Friends, Cheers, Happy Days and The Golden Girls, died on August 5, 2022, at the age of 89. No other details of his death were made public. The actor, who played Finn Cotter on Heartland, died at age 33 on Friday, September 23, according to his obituary.

Betty consoled me by pointing out how good it is that we can euthanize animals that are suffering and beyond medical help. She shared the tragic story of how her beloved Tess had endured amputations caused by diabetes prior to the merciful end. The Broadway veteran — and brother of Patti LuPone — died on August 27 at age 76 after a three-year battle with pancreatic cancer. Buckingham Palace confirmed on September 8 that the monarch died at age 96. “The Queen died peacefully at Balmoral this afternoon,” the palace said in a statement, hours after announcing that she was under medical supervision.

Boxer Leon Spinks, a former Marine, was a 1976 Olympic gold medalist and world heavyweight champion. Larry Flynt, publisher of the pornographic magazine “Hustler,” became a household name because of his willingness to push the boundaries of free speech in ways that outraged many. In 1988, Flynt and “Hustler” won a Supreme Court battle against Rev. Jerry Falwell — a landmark First Amendment victory for media that established public figures can’t recover damages for satire or parody.

“Today we lost a bright light, a kind and most joyful soul, a loving mother, and a loyal friend,” a rep for the actress’ family told Us. The country artist was found dead at age 32 on August 29. The “Sometimes” singer’s death was confirmed by his friend Matt Kinman, who was with Bell when he disappeared in Tucson the week prior. The musician “ran off” after Kinman grabbed a bite to eat, according to Saving Country Music.

She brought joy to all, and was ever effervescent and optimistic. Her love of life was contagious, and she will forever be the icon we all loved. Her kindness and warmth will always be with menard sports center us. Betty was a lifetime cheerleader whose optimism and upbeat, delightful personality attracted all who met her, and those who did not meet her enjoyed her from afar on television.

The Canada native was battling a brain tumor. The K-pop star died during the crowd surge in Seoul, South Korea, on October 29. The incident — which killed 150 people — occurred during the capital’s Halloween celebration in Itaewon.