Sergio Fenoaltea, 86, who served as Italian ambassador to the United States in the early 1960s, died April 14 in Rome.
Art Fleming, 70, the original host of television's "Jeopardy!" died Tuesday of pancreatic cancer in Crystal River, Fla. He was the host of "Jeopardy!" when it aired as an NBC daytime show from 1964 to 1975, and during its first year in syndication, 1974-1975. He also was with the show when it made a brief return to NBC's daytime schedule as "The All New Jeopardy!" in 1978-1979. He was host of the show "College Bowl" for seven years.
Marion Lounsbury Foster, 97, a former social services administrator for the American Red Cross, died last Thursday in Bridgeport, Conn. She worked for many years on the Red Cross disaster staff and in 1938 directed those who tended victims of a hurricane that killed hundreds in New York and New England.
James M. McHaney, 76, a prosecutor in war crimes trials at Nuremberg, Germany, after World War II, died April 13 of arterial sclerosis in Little Rock, Ark.