Deaths of note from around the world:
Walter Walsh, 106: Captured gangsters as an FBI agent in the 1930s and went on to train Marine Corps snipers and become the longest-lived Olympian. Walsh competed in shooting in the 1948 London Olympics but didn’t medal. Died Tuesday in Arlington, Va.
Edmund Abel, 92: Inventor whose patented design for the Mr. Coffee machine changed the way millions of households brewed their morning beverage. Died April 21 at his home in Rocky River, Ohio, from the effects of old age.
Nan Rosenthal, 76: A curator who helped bring the 20th century to the National Gallery of Art in Washington and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. Died Sunday at her home in Manhattan. She was 76.
Dennis Kamakahi, 61: A prolific Hawaiian songwriter, an influential slack-key guitarist and a central figure in the 1970s cultural movement known as the Hawaiian renaissance. Died Monday in Honolulu.
— From wire reports