Deaths of note from around the world:
Art Heyman, 71: Captain of the Duke University Blue Devils’ first Final Four basketball team in 1963. Died Monday in Florida.
Reginald Bartholomew, 76: Unflappable U.S. diplomat who was entrusted with assignments in global danger zones and survived a bombing while serving as ambassador to Lebanon during that country’s long civil war. Died Aug. 26 in New York City of cancer.
Tomas Sedlacek, 94: Czech general who fought with the Allies in France, Britain and the Soviet Union during World War II and who later resisted the communist regimes in his own country. Died Monday in Prague.