OKLAHOMA CITY —
The music industry lost renowned musician and songwriter JJ Cale, 73, who was born in Oklahoma City, grew up in Tulsa and known as the main architect of the Tulsa Sound. He penned such songs as “After Midnight,” “Cocaine,” and “Call Me The Breeze.”
Myra Worley, 67, the wife of longtime Tulsa World executive editor Joe Worley, died in March and John Fenton Wheeler, 88, an Associated Press foreign correspondent who was the last U.S. reporter expelled from Cold War-era Cuba and later a Tulsa World senior editor, died in April.
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