Video: Farewell to those we lost in 2011

A tribute to those we lost in 2011, including the legendary Elizabeth Taylor, boxing giant Joe Frazier, tech visionary Steve Jobs, and the tragic and soulful Amy Winehouse. These four were a given for our video, but it was unavoidable to leave out a hundred others. Some will be honored in tributes during next year’s award shows, but below are a few more names of those who passed in 2011.

Who did we miss? Who would you like to honor and remember in your own life? Let us know on Twitter: #yearinreview

**UPDATE: You spoke, we listened.  Click through the slideshow below for more farewells of 2011 as requested by Yahoo’s Twitter followers.

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And here are a few more:

  • Warren Christopher, 63rd Secretary of State
  • Arch West, inventor of Doritos
  • Maria Schneider, the French actress who played opposite Marlon Brando in the controversial 1972 film Last Tango in Paris
  • Owsley Stanley, a sound engineer of many talents, including the construction of the “Wall of Sound,” audio equipment towering above touring musicians
  • Bil Keane, cartoonist who drew the long-running newspaper comic, “The Family Circus”
  • Lawrence Eagleburger, Secretary of State under President George H.W. Bush
  • Harry Coover, inventor of Super Glue
  • Frank DiLeo, music executive and Michael Jackson’s manager
  • Hazel Dickens, American bluegrass singer and advocate for coal miners
  • Gary Winick, independent film producer and director of the 2004 film 13 Going on 30
  • Seve Ballesteros, Spanish professional golfer who won five major championships between 1979 and 1988
  • Bill McKinney, who played a sadistic mountain man in the 1972 thriller Deliverance (you remember the line, right?)
  • Karl Slover, who played one of the sleepy-head Munchkins in the 1939 film The Wizard of Oz

Video produced by Jennie Josephson and Allison Louie Garcia. Post-production by Katie Best and John Adams. Graphics by Howard Kim and Todd Tanner for Yahoo! Studios.