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Funeral: Andy Warhol (1987)

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Memorial service held on April 1, 1987 at St. Patrick's Cathedral in New York City.

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Claus von Bulow
Socialite
11-Aug-1926   Allegedly tried to kill wife Sunny
John Cale
Cellist
9-Mar-1942   Velvet cellist and influential producer
Ahmet Ertegün
Business
21-Jul-1923 14-Dec-2006 Atlantic Records co-founder
Keith Haring
Painter
4-May-1958 16-Feb-1990 Abstract graffiti and mural artist
Debbie Harry
Singer
1-Jul-1945   Blondie
David Hockney
Painter
9-Jul-1937   Paintings of LA swimming pools
Bianca Jagger
Model
2-May-1945   First wife of Mick Jagger
Don Johnson
Actor
15-Dec-1949   Miami Vice, Nash Bridges
Grace Jones
Singer/Songwriter
19-May-1952   Slave to the Rhythm
Calvin Klein
Fashion Designer
19-Nov-1942   Fashion designer
Timothy Leary
Activist
22-Oct-1920 31-May-1996 Tune in, turn on, drop out
Fran Lebowitz
Author
27-Oct-1950   Social satirist, Metropolitan Life
Roy Lichtenstein
Painter
27-Oct-1923 29-Sep-1997 Whaam!
Robert Mapplethorpe
Photographer
4-Nov-1946 9-Mar-1989 Erotic photographer
Liza Minnelli
Singer
12-Mar-1946   Cabaret
Michael Musto
Columnist
3-Dec-1955   Village Voice gossip columnist
Yoko Ono
Artist
18-Feb-1933   Impenetrable musician, wife of John Lennon
George Plimpton
Author
18-Mar-1927 25-Sep-2003 Paper Lion
Lou Reed
Musician
2-Mar-1942   The Velvet Underground
Diane von Furstenberg
Fashion Designer
31-Dec-1946   Fashion designer
Andy Warhol
Artist
6-Aug-1928 22-Feb-1987 Pop Art movement
Tom Wolfe
Author
2-Mar-1931   Bonfire of the Vanities


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