2022 SDMB Celebrity Death Pool

The Trinidadian sprinter competed in 3 Olympics – including the 2020 Tokyo games – and won the bronze medal in the 4x400 meter at the 2012 games in London.

Lendore also won silver in the World 4x400m in 2015 and is a three-time world indoor bronze medalist.

He’s also a multi-time champ at Texas A&M and was currently a volunteer coach for the 400 and 800-meter student-athletes.

His last words were, “I’m gettin’ too old for this shit.”

Given that he was the catalyst for the events that lead to the undoing of Thanos’ snap, I’d say he’d earned his retirement.

My 2023 list is off to a pretty good start.

Clyde Bellecourt, co-founder of the American Indian Movement, dies of cancer at 85.

(Yes, I just copied the headline.)

And her vocals were the icing on the cake on Eddie Money’s mid-80s hit, “Take Me Home Tonight.”

Writer Ron Goulart died today, age 89.

Jana Bennett, former BBC President, died of glioblastoma. Had her on my list 2 years ago, but though I had cured her… lost points

Joe B. Hall, former University of Kentucky head basketball coach, heard his final buzzer at age 93.

Charles McGee, Tuskegee Airman, dies at 102.

Rest in Peace, Sir, you did good.

No, that rule was created due to Hunter Kelly.

Actress Yvette Mimeiux dies, Yvette Mimieux - Wikipedia

Wow, just watched her in The Time Machine.

Alexa McDounough, Canadian MP who was the first woman to lead a major political party in Novia Scotia, dead at 77 from Alzheimer’s.

From AFP News Agency (no link yet):

French actor Gaspard Ulliel, known for playing a young Hannibal Lecter in “Hannibal Rising”, has died aged 37 after a skiing accident, his family say


He will be playing one of the villains in the upcoming Marvel show Moon Knight.