Ted Williams final home address was at 495 W. Ted Williams Court in Hernando, Florida. The nearby Ted Williams Museum closed shortly after his passing.
Final Resting Place:
Alcor Life Extension Foundation
7895 East Acoma Drive Suite 110
Scottsdale, Arizona, 85260
Grave Location:Ted Williams Cryogenic Pod
Grave Location Description
Note: his stainless steel tank holding his head and body is not for public viewing
Read More About Ted Williams:
- Published Obituary
- Wikipedia Entry
- Ted William Statistics
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- What It Took To Get Ted Williams's Head Off His Body
- The Mystery Woman in Ted’s Life
- Ted Williams Official Website
- Ted Williams Florida Keys Home
- Teammates remember young, crazy Ted Williams
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popular name: Red Ruffing
date_of_death: February 17, 1986
cause_of_death: Heart Failure
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popular name: Angelo Jacopucci
date_of_death: July 22, 1978
cause_of_death: Right frontoparietal subdural hematoma and diffuse cerebral edema
best_know_for: Angelo Jacopucci was an middleweight Italian boxing champion who was affectionately called by his fellow citizens "brigetto" to underline his slender physical structure and agility. Upon winning the continental middleweight title, he lost it in the first defense. Subsequently he challenged the then title-holder Englishman Alan Minter in an attempt to recover the title. During the final two rounds of the 12 round match, Jacopucci suffered fatal blows to the head and died two days later from the damage.
popular name: Nate Thurmond
date_of_death: July 16, 2016
best_know_for: Nathaniel Thurmond was an American basketball player who spent the majority of his 14-year career in the National Basketball Association (NBA) with the Golden State Warriors franchise where he played the center and power forward positions. Thurmond was a seven-time All-Star and the first player in NBA history to record an official quadruple-double. In 1965, he grabbed 42 rebounds in a game; only Wilt Chamberlain and Bill Russell recorded more rebounds in an NBA game. Thurmond was named both a member of the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame and one of the 50 Greatest Players in NBA History.