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1. Andre Williams, R&B legend, dies at 82

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of legendary artist Andre Williams. He died this afternoon in...

Posted by Pravda Records on Sunday, March 17, 2019

R&B singer-producer Andre Williams died Monday, March 18, according to his record label.

2. Frank Robinson, baseball legend, 83

Major League Baseball 2005 Source:Getty

Frank Robinson, professional baseball’s first Black manager and Hall of Famer, died Feb. 7 at the age of 83.

Pictured: Frank Robinson, Manager of the Washington Nationals, is happy about the team’s performance in a game against the Chicago Cubs. The visiting Nationals defeated the Cubs 4-3 at Wrigley Field in Chicago. (Photo by Ed Wolfstein /Icon SMI/Icon Sport Media via Getty Images)

3. Kristoff St. John, actor, 52

The Young and the Restless Source:Getty

Kristoff St. John, who starred in the popular soap opera “Young & the Restless” as Neil Winters, died Feb. 3 at the age of 52.

Pictured: LOS ANGELES – JUNE 20: Kristoff St. John plays Neil Winters on THE YOUNG & THE RESTLESS. (Photo by Monty Brinton/CBS via Getty Images)

4. Dr. Frank James, Former SWAC commissioner, NCAA president

Dr. James Frank, the former commissioner of the Southwestern Athletic Conference and the first black president of the NCAA, died Jan. 26. He was

5. Kevin Barnett, Comedian, 32

Vulture Festival Presents: Comedy Night Source:Getty

Kevin Barnett, actor and comedian, died Jan. 22.

Pictured: BROOKLYN, NY – MAY 31: Comedian Kevin Barnett performs onstage at the Vulture Festival Presents: Comedy Night at The Bell House on May 31, 2015 in Brooklyn, New York. (Photo by Bryan Bedder/Getty Images for New York Magazine)

6. John Lyle, Tuskegee Airman, 98

“World War II African-American fighter pilot John Lyle, a Tuskegee Airman, is dead at age 98,” the Associated Press reported. Lyle died Jan. 7 after a battle with prostate cancer.

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