Adrienne Wilson, 80, community planning activist

Ms. Wilson, 80, of Chestnut Hill, served on the boards of Urban College of Boston and Temple Reyim in Newton. She died Aug. 17.

Yves Carcelle, executive who made Louis Vuitton a status symbol, dies at 66

Mr. Carcelle, who transformed Louis Vuitton into one of the world’s most iconic luxury brands, died Sunday in Paris.

George Barrett, 86, lawyer who fought segregation

Mr. Barrett led a 38-year campaign to desegregate Tennessee universities.

Mr. Finney put his programming skills to work in the service of his ideals.

Hal Finney, cryptographer and Bitcoin pioneer; at 58

Mr. Finney had been paralyzed by ALS and was taken off life support, his wife said.

Lida Moser, perceptive modernist photographer of N.Y.C.; at 93

Ms. Moser trained her camera on faces and scenes that reflected life as it was experienced in New York and elsewhere.

NY author, Rockefeller speechwriter Joseph Persico dies

Mr. Persico, a best-selling author, historian and speechwriter for then-New York Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller, was 84.

The six-time All-Star battled Bobby Clarke for the puck.

Canadian Press/File 1975

Carol Vadnais, 68; NHL defenseman with Bruins, Canadiens, Rangers

Mr. Vadnais was a six-time NHL All-Star who played for Stanley Cup championship teams with the Montreal Canadiens and the Boston Bruins.

Dr. Stollerman taught at Boston University and did research in Bedford.

Dr. Gene Stollerman, 93; pioneer in treatment of rheumatic fever

Dr. Stollerman taught in the later part of his career at Boston University School of Medicine.

Coach Kraft congratulated UCLA’s coach, John Wooden, after Villanova was defeated in the NCAA championship, 68-62, in 1971 at the Astrodome.

Jack Kraft, at 93; coached basketball at Villanova, URI

Mr. Kraft brought Villanova University to national basketball prominence in his 12 seasons as head coach.

Ms. Fowler was a reporter for The Buffalo Evening News before joining The Wall Street Journal.

Elizabeth Fowler, at 95; covered Wall Street, financial world

Ms. Fowler was one of the first women to cover the Wall Street beat for a daily newspaper.