Former PGA Tour golfer and longtime CBS Sports broadcaster Ken Venturi died Friday afternoon. A San Francisco native, Venturi won 14 PGA Tour events before retiring in 1967.
Errol Mann, the kicker for the Oakland Raiders team that won the 1977 Super Bowl, has died. He was 71.
Julius Menendez, who coached Muhammad Ali to the gold medal at the 1960 Olympics, has died. He was 90.
Pat Summerall, the deep-voiced NFL player-turned-broadcaster who spent half of his four decades calling sports famously paired with John Madden, died Tuesday. He was 82.
Ben Williams, a retired KPIX-TV staffer who was one of the first African-American television reporters in the nation, has died at the age of 85.
CBS newsman Mike Wallace, the dogged, merciless reporter and interviewer who took on politicians, celebrities and other public figures, has died. He was 93…
San Francisco Film Society executive Bingham Ray has died while attending the Sundance Film Festival. He was 57.
A memorial service is being held Wednesday for San Francisco financier and philanthropist Warren Hellman, who died Sunday at the age of 77.
60 Minutes legend Andy Rooney died Friday night at the age of 92, less than a month after his final appearance on the CBS News broadcast.