Deaths of note from around the world:

Glen Stassen, 78: A Southern Baptist theologian who helped define the social-justice wing of the evangelical movement in the 1980s and helped advance nuclear disarmament talks toward the end of the Cold War. Died April 25 in Pasadena, Calif.

Kenneth Tomlinson, 69: A former editor of Reader’s Digest who became chairman of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, one of several presidentially nominated roles in which at times controversially decried liberal bias in the media. Died May 1 in Winchester, Va.

Roy Thompson, 85: A decorated officer during the Korean War who, while still on duty, starred as himself in a Hollywood movie that was shot entirely on location. Died April 22 in Panama City, Fla.

— From wire reports