Mill Valley Obituaries

Mill Valley Obituaries

Local obituary notices in Mill Valley, CA

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  • 7 min ago | via Newkerala.com 

    Singer-Songwriter Dan Hicks dies at 74

    Los Angeles, Feb 7 : Singer-songwriter Dan Hicks, known for his blend of folk, jazz and country music, died in Mill Valley, CalifOrnia, after a two-year battle with throat and liver cancer. Hicks, who was 74, died on Saturday.

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  • 3 hrs ago | via KRAV-FM Tulsa 

    Wife says singer and band leader Dan Hicks dies at a...

    In this March 16, 2012 photo, singer Dan Hicks sits for an interview in Mill Valley, Calif. Hicks, the longtime leader of Dan Hicks and the Hot Licks band, has died after a two-year battle with cancer.

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  • 6 hrs ago | via The Spokesman-Review 

    Wife says singer and band leader Dan Hicks dies at a...

    Dan Hicks, a musician whose work in the 1960s helped define San Francisco's psychedelic sound, has died. He was 74. The singer, songwriter and bandleader-who led the musically eclectic band Dan Hicks and the Hot Licks-died Saturday after a two-year battle with throat and MILL VALLEY, Calif.

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  • 7 hrs ago | via SiliconValley.com 

    Dan Hicks, Bay Area music icon, dies at age 74

    Marin singer-songwriter Dan Hicks, who blended a host of Americana music styles and injected a wry wit into hits like "Canned Music" and "I Scare Myself" over a more than 40-year career, died early Saturday at his home in Mill Valley after a long bout with cancer, a family spokesman announced. He was 74. Hicks was best known as the quirky leader of Dan Hicks and the Hot Licks, a jazzy acoustic band that featured a gypsy-jazz violinist and a bevy of female background singers.

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  • 9 hrs ago | via SFGate 

    Dan Hicks, a true original of S.F. music scene, dies...

    Dan Hicks, the Arkansas-born musician known for his wide-ranging musical and personal style, the wit and outright humor of his songwriting, and his role in the San Francisco folk and '60s rock scene, died Saturday in Mill Valley after a long battle with throat and liver cancer. He was 74. News of his death was posted on his web site and on social media by his wife, Linda "CT" Hicks.

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  • 9 hrs ago | via Los Angeles Times 

    Dan Hicks, eclectic folk-jazz artist from the Bay Ar...

    Bay Area folk-pop-jazz singer and bandleader Dan Hicks, known for his acoustic eclectism, sense of humor and popular songs such as ""I Scare Myself," died Saturday in Mill Valley, according to his wife. Hicks was 74. Hicks had revealed in 2015 that he was battling liver cancer, this shortly after he went public with a bout with throat cancer.

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  • Thursday Jan 28 | via Patch.com 

    Northbrook Obituary: Elizabeth Porter Bowman, 78

    Elizabeth Porter Bowman, 78, of Northbrook, Illinois died peacefully January 9, 2015, surrounded by her children. Betsy was an elementary school teacher and later a tutor, but her passion and focus was being a dedicated and involved mother and grandmother.

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  • Jan 6, 2016 | via Contra Costa Times 

    William Turner, Bay Area FBI agent who criticized J....

    William Weyand Turner of San Rafael, a former FBI agent who wrote books critical of J. Edgar Hoover, died Dec. 26 after a long struggle with Parkinson s disease. Marin IJ archive photo William Weyand Turner of San Rafael, a former FBI agent who wrote books critical of J. Edgar Hoover and became a senior editor of the "New Left" literary and political magazine Ramparts, died Dec. 26 after a long struggle with Parkinson's disease.

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  • Jan 5, 2016 | via Marin Independent Journal 

    William Turner, FBI agent who criticized J. Edgar Ho...

    William Weyand Turner of San Rafael, a former FBI agent who wrote books critical of J. Edgar Hoover and became a senior editor of the “New Left” literary and political magazine Ramparts, died Dec. 26 after a long struggle with Parkinson's disease. He was 88. Mr. Turner worked as an FBI special agent for 10 years until Hoover fired him in 1961 for testifying before Congress, calling for an investigation into the bureau's extensive wiretapping.

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