Harvey Fuqua, Singer 7/27/29-7/6/10
Singer, songwriter and record producer Harvey Fuqua, an early mentor of Marvin Gaye, died in July. Fuqua was 80. Ron Brewington of the Motown Alumni Association says Fuqua died of a heart attack at a Detroit hospital. In 1958, Fuqua added Gaye and others to a group called Harvey and the Moonglows, which scored the hit, "Ten Commandments of Love," that same year. Motown Records founder Berry Gordy later hired Fuqua to develop recording talent.