DIED Though his renovation of the Guggenheim Museum in New York City drew mixed reviews, Modernist architect Charles Gwathmey, 71, counted among his fans Hollywood A listers like Jerry Seinfeld and Steven Spielberg, for whom he designed lavish homes.

• One of the nation's first televangelists, F.J. Eikerenkoetter II, 74, better known as the Rev. Ike, spread his gospel of material wealth to millions of viewers with proclamations like "Jesus was a capitalist." His opulent lifestyle, bankrolled by church donations, included several mansions and a fleet of Rolls-Royces. "My garage runneth over," he once quipped.

• Soccer coach Bobby Robson, 76,...

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