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Miami-Dade County

Politicians who died in Miami-Dade County

  Dade County (now Miami-Dade County): Gaston P. Wautier, 1951 — Clara Gompers, 1977 — Saul I. Agulnek, 1984
  Aventura: Howard M. Metzenbaum, 2008
  Bal Harbor, Dade County (now Miami-Dade County): Thomas E. Dewey, 1971
  Coral Gables: Edward W. Brooke, 2015
  Coral Gables, Dade County (now Miami-Dade County): Walter Kehoe, 1938 — Lyle D. Holcomb, 1975
  Indian Creek: George A. Smathers, 2007
  Key Biscayne: C. William Kraft, Jr., 2002
  Miami: John B. Gordon, 1904 — Harry G. Leslie, 1937 — Stewart Appleby, 1964 — Pat Cannon, 1966 — Thomas J. Ryan, 1968 — Randall N. Christmas, 1969 — Edward W. Goss, 1972 — Fuller Warren, 1973 — Henry Ellenbogen, 1985 — Eugene P. Spellman, 1991 — Sidney M. Aronovitz, 1997 — David William Dyer, 1998 — C. Clyde Atkins, 1999 — Clennon King, 2000 — Wilkie D. Ferguson, Jr., 2003 — Arthur E. Teele, 2005 — Joseph Oscar Eaton, 2008 — Edward Bertrand Davis, 2010 — Janet Reno, 2016
  Miami, Dade County (now Miami-Dade County): Arthur D. Bangham, 1918 — Howard H. Baldrige, 1928 — Anton J. Cermak, 1933 — J. W. McGavock, 1934 — Charles M. Pendleton, 1934 — Martin H. Holcomb, 1945 — Edith S. Stearns, 1958 — Bert L. Acker, 1960 — Bryan L. Vaughn, 1960 — Norman H. Wiener, 1962 — Herman Methfessel, 1963 — Victor E. P. Barkman, 1964 — Adam Clayton Powell, Jr., 1972 — Thomas G. Parisi, 1972 — Frank M. McHale, 1975
  Miami Beach: Marcus A. Coolidge, 1947 — Robert S. Bainbridge, 1959 — Roger MacBride, 1995 — Irwin R. Brownstein, 1996 — Elaine Gordon, 2000
  Miami Beach, Dade County (now Miami-Dade County): Bartow S. Weeks, 1922 — Charles M. Hamilton, 1942 — Laurence P. Bonfoey, 1948 — William W. Wood III, 1954 — Garrett E. Lyons, 1960 — Frank D. McKay, 1965 — Coleman F. Carroll, 1977
  Miami Lakes: Harry P. Cain, 1979
  North Miami Beach: J. C. Turner, 1996
   See also Florida deathplaces not assigned to counties.

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