Famous People Who Died on May 15
James Van Der Zee
Radio Talk Show Host, Evangelist, Minister, Pastor, Television Personality / 1933 - 2007
Jerry Falwell is a religious leader, political activist and television evangelist. He restarted The Moral Majority Coalition in 2004.
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profile name: June Carter Cash profile occupation: Songwriter, Singer
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profile name: Emily Dickinson profile occupation: Poet
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profile name: James Van Der Zee profile occupation: Photographer, Musician
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profile name: Edward Hopper profile occupation: Painter
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profile name: Jerry Falwell profile occupation: Radio Talk Show Host, Evangelist, Minister, Pastor, Television Personality
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profile name: Louisa Adams profile occupation: U.S. First Lady
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