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Deaths in July 2010


Deaths in July 2010


The following is a list of notable deaths in July 2010.

Entries for each day are listed alphabetically by surname. A typical entry lists information in the following sequence:

  • Name, age, country of citizenship at birth, subsequent country of citizenship (if applicable), reason for notability, cause of death (if known), and reference.

July 2010

1

  • Kwasi Annoh Ankama, 53, Ghanaian lawyer and politician.
  • Azad, 57–58, Indian politician, shot.
  • Black Tie Affair, 24, American Thoroughbred racehorse, euthanized.
  • Alison Booker, 47, British radio broadcaster (BBC Oxford), breast cancer.
  • Francisco Claver, 84, Filipino Jesuit priest, first Igorot bishop, Bishop of Malaybalay (1969–1984).
  • Gareth Clayton, 68, Australian politician, member of the House of Representatives (1974–1975).
  • Don Coryell, 85, American football coach (San Diego Chargers, St. Louis Cardinals).
  • Arnold Friberg, 96, American painter, complications from a fall.
  • Geoffrey Hutchings, 71, English actor (Poppy, Henry V, Topsy-Turvy), viral infection.
  • Lele, 24, Puerto Rican rapper, shot.
  • Aurelio Macchi, 94, Argentine sculptor.
  • Eleanor Morse, 97, American art collector, co-founder of the Salvador Dali Museum, after long illness.
  • Eddie Moussa, 26, Swedish footballer (Assyriska Föreningen), shot.
  • Ong Yoke Lin, 92, Malaysian politician, minister and ambassador, founder of the Malaysian Chinese Association.
  • John Rinne, 86, Finnish Orthodox prelate, archbishop of Karelia and All Finland (1987–2001).
  • Singspiel, 18, Irish Thoroughbred racehorse, euthanized.
  • Borivoj Vukov, 80, Serbian Olympic wrestler.
  • Ilene Woods, 81, American singer and actress (Cinderella), complications from Alzheimer's disease.
  • Betty Lou Young, 91, American writer and conservationist, after short illness.

2

  • Wilfredo Alarcón, 77, Chilean Catholic priest.
  • Dame Beryl Bainbridge, 77, English novelist (Harriet Said..., An Awfully Big Adventure), cancer.
  • Mahfoud Ali Beiba, 57, Sahrawi politician and negotiator, President of Sahrawi National Council (2003–2010), heart attack.
  • Frank Colacurcio, 93, American organized crime figure.
  • Stephen Kanner, 54, American architect, co-founder of the A+D Museum, cancer.
  • Simon Kornblit, 76, Belgian-born American studio executive, Executive Vice President of worldwide marketing (Universal Pictures), myeloid leukemia.
  • Fred Maryanski, 63, American educator, President of Nevada State College (2005–2010).
  • Carl Adam Petri, 83, German computer scientist.
  • Félix Pons, 68, Spanish politician, President of the Congress of Deputies (1986–1996), cancer.
  • M. G. Radhakrishnan, 70, Indian music director, liver disease.
  • Leonard Searle, 79, American astronomer.
  • Steve Stanlee, 90, American professional wrestler.
  • Tommy Tabermann, 62, Finnish poet and politician, Member of Parliament (2007–2010), brain tumour.
  • Laurent Terzieff, 75, French actor, lung complications.
  • Ann Waldron, 85, American writer and biographer, heart failure.

3

  • Carlo Aymonino, 83, Italian architect.
  • Murray Chercover, 80, Canadian broadcaster and CEO (CTV Television), complications from pneumonia.
  • Abu Daoud, 73, Palestinian politician and military commander, planned 1972 Summer Olympics Munich massacre, kidney failure.
  • William Dougherty, 78, American politician, Lieutenant Governor of South Dakota (1971–1975), cancer.
  • Herbert Erhardt, 79, German footballer, 1954 FIFA World Cup winner.
  • Colin Gardner, 69, British football manager, brain cancer.
  • Israel Hicks, 66, American stage director (Pittsburgh Cycle), prostate cancer.
  • Cle Jeltes, 86, Dutch sailor.
  • Carlos Arturo Juárez, 94, Argentine politician, Governor of Santiago del Estero Province, cardiac arrest.
  • Ed Limato, 73, American talent agent, after long illness.
  • Oguri Cap, 25, Japanese Thoroughbred racehorse, euthanized.
  • Clara Claiborne Park, 86, American author, complications from a fall.
  • Roberto Piva, 72, Brazilian poet and writer, complications from Parkinson's disease.
  • Johnny Sellers, 72, American jockey.
  • Michael Keith Smith, 56/7, British politician.
  • Sir Frederick Warner, 100, British chemical engineer.

4

  • Bal Bahadur Rai, 89, Nepali politician.
  • Robert N. Butler, 83, American physician, Pulitzer Prize winner (Why Survive? Being Old in America), founder of NIA, leukemia.
  • Mohammad Hussein Fadlallah, 74, Lebanese militant, spiritual leader to Hezbollah.
  • Glenn Falkenstein, 78, American magician, complications of Alzheimer's disease.
  • James Forrest, 88, South African cricketer.
  • John Hampton, 103, American philanthropist, co-founder of Toys for Tots.
  • Alf Howard, 104, Australian explorer.
  • Hwang Yau-tai, 98, Taiwanese musician and composer, multiple organ failure.
  • Oscar Kruger, 77, Canadian football player (Edmonton Eskimos), after long illness.
  • John Morkel, 81, Rhodesian international rugby union player, complications from hip surgery.

5

  • Nasr Abu Zayd, 66, Egyptian Qur'anic theologian, brain infection.
  • Jim Bohlen, 84, American-born Canadian environmentalist, founder of Greenpeace.
  • William R. Callahan, 78, American Jesuit priest, challenged policies of the Vatican, Parkinson's disease.
  • Brazeal Dennard, 81, American conductor.
  • David Fanshawe, 68, British composer (African Sanctus), explorer and ethnomusicologist, stroke.
  • Jia Hongsheng, 43, Chinese actor, suicide by jumping.
  • Andriy Horak, 64, Ukrainian Orthodox prelate, Metropolitan of Lviv and Sokal in Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the Kyivan Patriarchate (since 1993), after long illness.
  • Juanita M. Kreps, 89, American economist, Secretary of Commerce (1977–1979), Alzheimer's disease.
  • Pete Morgan, 71, British poet.
  • Bob Probert, 45, Canadian ice hockey player (Detroit Red Wings, Chicago Blackhawks), suspected heart attack.
  • Victor Rodrigues, 66, Indian Konkani litterateur and novelist.
  • Cesare Siepi, 87, Italian opera singer, respiratory failure.
  • Tony Younger, 91, British general.

6

  • Tilly Armstrong, 83, British writer.
  • Jan Blokker, 83, Dutch journalist.
  • Harvey Fuqua, 80, American rhythm and blues singer (The Moonglows), and record producer (Marvin Gaye), heart attack.
  • Kristofer Leirdal, 94, Norwegian sculptor.
  • Stanislaus Tobias Magombo, 42, Malawian Roman Catholic prelate, Auxiliary Bishop of Lilongwe (2009–2010).
  • A. T. Mahmud, 80, Indonesian composer and television host, pneumonia.
  • Igor Misko, 23, Russian ice hockey player (SKA Saint Petersburg), cardiac arrest.
  • John North, 89, American football player (Baltimore Colts) and coach (New Orleans Saints), after long illness.
  • José Rico Pérez, 92, Spanish businessman, president of Hércules CF.
  • Glenn Simpson Pound, 96, American educator.
  • Ramón Eduardo Ruiz, 88, American historian of Mexico and Latin America.
  • Alekos Sofianidis, 77, Turkish-born Greek footballer, manager of the Greece national football team (1988–1989).
  • Rebecca Spikings-Goldsman, 42, American film producer, heart attack.
  • Simion Stanciu, 60, Romanian pan flautist, after long illness.
  • Roberto Suárez, 82, Cuban-born American newspaper publisher (El Nuevo Herald), complications from Alzheimer's disease.
  • Roy Waller, 69, British radio presenter, liver disease.

7

  • Asher Arian, 71, American and Israeli political scientist.
  • Emilio Q. Daddario, 91, American politician, U.S. Representative for Connecticut (1959–1971), heart failure.
  • Frank Dochnal, 89, American racecar driver.
  • Bob Harvie, Sri Lankan cricket commentator.
  • John Henning, 73, American newscaster (WNAC, WCVB, WBZ), complications from leukemia.
  • Robbie Jansen, 60, South African jazz musician, after long illness.
  • Moko, 4, New Zealand dolphin, beached.
  • Brian O'Shaughnessy, 84, Australian philosopher.
  • Sándor Páll, 56, Serbian politician, leader of Democratic Fellowship of Vojvodina Hungarians.
  • Bill Porter, 79, American sound engineer.
  • Luz Sapag, 66, Argentine politician, mayor of San Martín de los Andes (2007–2010), car crash.
  • Frederick John Thompson, 75, Canadian politician, member of the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan.

8

  • Goro Azumaya, 90, Japanese mathematician.
  • David Blackwell, 91, American academic, stroke.
  • David Blewitt, 81, American film editor (Ghostbusters, The Competition), Parkinson's disease.
  • Anders Bratholm, 90, Norwegian jurist.
  • Robert Freitag, 94, Austrian-born Swiss actor.
  • Clint Hartung, 87, American baseball player (New York Giants).
  • Donald Hawgood, 93, Canadian Olympic silver medal-winning (1952) canoeist.
  • Bidzina Kvernadze, 82, Georgian composer, Parkinson's disease.
  • Guillermo León, 82, Costa Rican footballer (Deportivo Saprissa).
  • Lelio Luttazzi, 87, Italian composer, actor, television and radio presenter.
  • Maje McDonnell, 89, American baseball coach and official (Philadelphia Phillies).
  • Achdiat Karta Mihardja, 99, Indonesian novelist and playwright, stroke.
  • John Moore, 88, British naval officer and editor.
  • Thomas C. Peebles, 89, American physician, isolated the measles virus.
  • Willi Railo, 69, Norwegian sports psychologist.
  • Patrick Rice, 64, Irish human rights activist.
  • Melvin Turpin, 49, American basketball player, suicide by gunshot.
  • Peter Walker, 68, Australian football player, cancer.

9

  • Yehuda Amital, 85, Israeli rabbi and politician.
  • Jessica Anderson, 93, Australian writer (Tirra Lirra by the River).
  • Olle Barkander, 92, Swedish Olympic equestrian.
  • Kenneth Beard, 83, British cathedral organist.
  • Mark Bytheway, 46, British Quizzing world champion, esophageal cancer.
  • Eleanor Coen, 93, American artist.
  • Basil Davidson, 95, British journalist and historian.
  • Sir Marrack Goulding, 73, British diplomat.
  • Clément Guillon, 78, French Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Quimper and Leon.
  • Daryl Hunt, 53, American football player (Houston Oilers), heart attack.
  • Vonetta McGee, 65, American actress (Blacula, The Eiger Sanction), cardiac arrest.
  • Milt Morin, 67, American football player (Cleveland Browns), heart attack.
  • Nobuyoshi Tamura, 77, Japanese aikidoka, cancer.
  • Frank Verdi, 84, American baseball player (New York Yankees).

10

  • Eric Batchelor, 89, New Zealand soldier, twice awarded Distinguished Conduct Medal for bravery.
  • Ray Beachey, 94, Canadian historian.
  • John Coates, 88, British naval architect.
  • David Gay, 90, English Army officer, cricketer and educator, awarded Military Cross for bravery.
  • Seán Dublin Bay Rockall Loftus, 82, Irish politician and lawyer, TD for Dublin North-East (1981–1982).
  • Sugar Minott, 54, Jamaican reggae singer.
  • Ed Palmquist, 77, American baseball player.
  • Aldo Sambrell, 79, Spanish actor, stroke.
  • Kōhei Tsuka, 62, Japanese playwright, lung cancer.
  • George W. Webber, 90, American minister, President of New York Theological Seminary, complications of Alzheimer's disease.

11

  • Sheila Amos, 63, American film editor (The Thing About My Folks), leukaemia.
  • Idham Chalid, 88, Indonesian politician, speaker of MPR/DPR in Indonesia (1971–1977), stroke.
  • Stuart F. Feldman, 73, American lawyer and lobbyist, co-founded the Vietnam Veterans of America, pneumonia.
  • Walter Hawkins, 61, American gospel music singer ("Oh Happy Day"), pancreatic cancer.
  • Daja Wangchuk Meston, 39, Tibetan-born American Buddhist monk.
  • Marco Aurelio Martínez Tijerina, 45, Mexican journalist, shot.
  • Bob Sheppard, 99, American public address announcer (New York Yankees, New York Giants).
  • Rudi Strittich, 88, Austrian football player and coach.
  • Don Vélez, 62, Nicaraguan Olympic athlete.
  • Arthur Williams, 63, American criminal, head injury from car crash.

12

  • Mary Adams, 87, Scottish interceptor, Alzheimer's disease.
  • Günter Behnisch, 88, German architect.
  • William Derwood Cann, Jr., 90, American army officer and businessman.
  • Buff Cobb, 82, American actress and talk show host.
  • Olga Guillot, 87, Cuban singer, infarction.
  • James P. Hogan, 69, British science fiction author.
  • Henryk Jankowski, 73, Polish Roman Catholic priest.
  • Tuli Kupferberg, 86, American poet, cartoonist and musician (The Fugs).
  • Paul Locatelli, 71, American Jesuit priest and accountant, Chancellor (2008–2010) and President (1988–2008) of Santa Clara University, pancreatic cancer.
  • Thomas P. Morahan, 78, American politician, member of the New York State Assembly (1981–1982); State Senator (1999–2010), leukemia.
  • Paulo Moura, 77, Brazilian saxophonist and clarinetist, lymphoma.
  • Pius Njawé, 53, Cameroonian journalist and activist, car accident.
  • Harvey Pekar, 70, American comic book writer (American Splendor) and music critic, accidental medication overdose.
  • Mau Piailug, 78, Micronesian navigator.
  • Bernardino Rivera Álvarez, 85, Bolivian Roman Catholic prelate, Auxiliary Bishop of Potosí.

13

  • Vernon Baker, 90, American soldier, Medal of Honor recipient, cancer.
  • Ken Barnes, 81, British footballer, lung cancer.
  • Amanda Berenguer, 89, Uruguayan poet.
  • Gilly Coman, 54, British actress (Bread), suspected heart attack.
  • Dave Cox, 72, American politician, member of the California State Assembly (1998–2004), state senator (2004–2010), prostate cancer.
  • Nino Defilippis, 78, Italian cyclist.
  • Gene Goodreault, 91, American football player (Boston College), after long illness.
  • Alan Hume, 85, English cinematographer (Return of the Jedi, A Fish Called Wanda, A View to a Kill).
  • Pentti Linnosvuo, 77, Finnish sport shooter, 1956 and 1964 Olympic champion.
  • Lloyd Morain, 93, American businessman, philanthropist, writer and humanist.
  • Abdel Kader Rabieh, 52, Egyptian Olympic basketball player.
  • André Kagwa Rwisereka, 60, Rwandan politician, murder.
  • Manohari Singh, 79, Indian saxophonist, heart attack.
  • George Steinbrenner, 80, American baseball team owner (New York Yankees), heart attack.

14

  • Charles Beirne, 71, American Jesuit priest, president of Le Moyne College (2000–2007), cancer.
  • Mike Kerruish, 61, Manx politician and chief judge.
  • Seymour London, 95, American doctor, invented automatic sphygmomanometer, heart disease.
  • Gene Ludwig, 72, American jazz organist.
  • Sir Charles Mackerras, 84, American-born Australian conductor, cancer.
  • Mădălina Manole, 43, Romanian pop singer, suicide.
  • Tetsuo Mizutori, 71, Japanese voice actor.
  • Bernhard Nermerich, 71, German Olympic athlete.
  • Derek Nicholls, 63, English cricketer, stroke.
  • Joseph Rodericks, 83, Indian Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Jamshedpur (1970–1996).
  • Eduardo Sánchez Junco, 67, Spanish businessman, founder and owner of Hello!.
  • SJ Stovall, 84, American politician, mayor of Arlington, Texas (1977–1983).

15

  • Bulbul Ahmed, 68, Bangladeshi actor.
  • James E. Akins, 83, American diplomat, Ambassador to Saudi Arabia (1973–1976), heart attack.
  • Wye Jamison Allanbrook, 67, American musicologist, cancer.
  • Nicolas Carone, 93, American painter.
  • Hank Cochran, 74, American country music singer-songwriter, pancreatic cancer.
  • Peter Fernandez, 83, American voice actor (Speed Racer), lung cancer.
  • Tom Gage, 67, American Olympic hammer thrower, heart failure.
  • Kip King, 72, American actor, voice actor and comedian, after long illness.
  • Sally Laird, 54, British editor (Index on Censorship) and translator.
  • Billy Loes, 80, American baseball player (Brooklyn Dodgers), complications from diabetes.
  • Luo Pinchao, 98, Chinese opera singer.
  • Billy McKinney, 83, American politician, member of Georgia House of Representatives (1973–2003), cancer.
  • Saša Marković Mikrob, 50, Serbian artist and journalist.
  • Robin Roe, 81, Irish rugby union player, British Army chaplain.
  • Knut Stensholm, 56, Norwegian drummer (Sambandet).

16

  • Verily Anderson, 95, British novelist, memoirist and biographer.
  • Aleksandr Boloshev, 63, Russian Soviet basketball player, 1972 Olympic gold medalist, stroke.
  • James Gammon, 70, American actor (Major League, Nash Bridges, Cold Mountain), liver cancer.
  • Kenny Kuhn, 73, American baseball player (Cleveland Indians), pancreatic cancer.
  • Carlos Torres Vila, 63, Argentine folk singer, after long illness.
  • David Twersky, 60, American journalist, cancer.

17

  • Nick Bacon, 64, American soldier, Medal of Honor recipient, cancer.
  • John R. Branca, 86, American Chairman of the New York State Athletic Commission, vascular disease.
  • Fred Carter, Jr., 76, American musician, stroke.
  • Bernard Giraudeau, 63, French actor, cancer.
  • Sir Simon Hornby, 75, British businessman.
  • Denise Jefferson, 65, American dancer, director of the Ailey School, ovarian cancer.
  • Larry Keith, 79, American actor (All My Children), cancer.
  • Shaun Mawer, 50, English footballer (Grimsby Town F.C.), kidney failure.
  • Pres Romanillos, 47, Filipino-born American animator (Mulan, Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron, Pocahontas).
  • Shirley Silvey, 82, American animator (The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show, Dudley Do-Right, George of the Jungle), heart failure.
  • Ioannis Stefas, 61, Greek footballer (PAOK F.C.), cancer.
  • Joyce Sumbi, 74, American librarian.
  • Evaristus Thatho Bitsoane, 71, Mosotho Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Qacha's Nek (1981–2010).
  • Gunārs Ulmanis, 71, Latvian footballer (FK Daugava Rīga), natural causes.

18

  • Ashpan Annie, 94, Canadian survivor of the Halifax Explosion.
  • Mary Brancker, 95, British veterinary surgeon.
  • Barry Bresnihan, 66, Irish rugby union player and rheumatologist.
  • Jorge Cepernic, 95, Argentine politician, governor of Santa Cruz Province (1973–1976), after long illness.
  • Richard Hare, 87, British Anglican prelate, Bishop of Pontefract (1971–1992).
  • John Methuen, 62, British Anglican priest, Dean of Ripon (1995–2005).

19

  • Joseph Aghoghovbia, 69, Nigerian Olympic footballer.
  • Cécile Aubry, 81, French film actress, author, screenwriter and director, lung cancer.
  • Rory Brady, 52, Irish public servant, Attorney General (2002–2007).
  • Jon Cleary, 92, Australian novelist (The Sundowners, High Road to China), creator of Scobie Malone.
  • Daiki Sato, 21, Japanese footballer.
  • Mac Foster, 68, American boxer, MRSA infection.
  • Sokratis Giolias, 37, Greek reporter, shot.
  • Gerson Goldhaber, 86, American physicist, natural causes.
  • Andy Hummel, 59, American musician (Big Star), cancer.
  • Antoinette Meyer, 90, Swiss Olympic silver medal-winning (1948) alpine skier.
  • Jim Neu, 66, American playwright, lung cancer.
  • Stephen Schneider, 65, American climate scientist, heart attack.
  • Kottakkal Sivaraman, 74, Indian Kathakali actor.
  • David Warren, 85, Australian inventor of the flight data recorder.
  • Lorenzen Wright, 34, American basketball player (Memphis Grizzlies), shot.

20

  • Tyras S. Athey, 83, American politician, Maryland House of Delegates (1967–1993), Secretary of State (1993–1995).
  • Milon K. Banerji, 82, Indian jurist, Attorney General (1992–1996, 2004–2009), after long illness.
  • Raúl Arsenio Casado, 81, Argentine Roman Catholic prelate, Archbishop of Tucumán (1994–1999).
  • John Chaston, 93, British army officer.
  • Carlos Dávila Dávila, 96, American judge, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of Puerto Rico (1961–1984).
  • Sir Randal Elliott, 87, New Zealand surgeon and campaigner for safety glass, after short illness.
  • Trausti Eyjólfsson, 82, Icelandic Olympic sprinter.
  • Emil Gabrielian, 79, Armenian physician.
  • Sandra Gardebring Ogren, 63, American judge, justice of the Minnesota Supreme Court, cancer.
  • Carl Gordon, 78, American actor (Roc), non-Hodgkin lymphoma.
  • Iris Gower, 75, Welsh novelist, after short illness.
  • Benedikt Sigurðsson Gröndal, 86, Icelandic politician, Prime Minister (1979–1980).
  • Amit Jethwa, 33, Indian environmental activist, shot.
  • Jimmy McMath, 60, American baseball player.
  • Lin Tsung-yi, 89, Taiwanese psychiatrist.
  • Sir Robin McLaren, 75, British diplomat, cancer.
  • Thomas Molnar, 89, American Roman Catholic philosopher, historian and political theorist.
  • Yūzo Nakamura, 68, Japanese Olympic gold (1972) and bronze (1964) medal-winning volleyball player.
  • Robert Sandall, 58, British radio presenter and music journalist, cancer.
  • Peter Walls, 83, British-born Rhodesian military commander.

21

  • Bae Ki-Suk, 23, South Korean boxer, brain injury sustained during a match.
  • Luis Corvalán, 93, Chilean politician, General Secretary of the Communist Party of Chile (1958–1989), natural causes.
  • Edna Healey, 92, British writer, wife of Denis Healey, heart failure.
  • Ralph Houk, 90, American baseball player (New York Yankees) and manager (New York Yankees, Detroit Tigers, Boston Red Sox), natural causes.
  • John E. Irving, 78, Canadian businessman, after short illness.
  • Randy Jackson, 61, American football player (Buffalo Bills, Philadelphia Eagles), pancreatic cancer.
  • Mabel Lang, 92, American archaeologist.
  • Doug Oldham, 79, American gospel music singer, complications from a fall.
  • Anthony Rolfe Johnson, 69, English tenor, Alzheimer's disease.
  • Wesley C. Skiles, 52, American underwater photographer and filmmaker, drowning.
  • Domingos Gabriel Wisniewski, 82, Brazilian Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Apucarana (1983–2005).

22

  • Magnolia Antonino, 94, Filipino politician, Senator (1969–1972).
  • Vittorio Amandola, 57, Italian actor and voice actor, cancer.
  • Robert Freeman Asleson, 74, American publisher, prostate cancer.
  • Harry Beckett, 75, Barbadian-born British trumpeter and flugelhorn player, stroke.
  • Alvin Boretz, 91, American television writer (Armstrong Circle Theatre, N.Y.P.D.).
  • Dick Buckley, 85, American jazz historian and DJ, pneumonia.
  • Herbert Giersch, 89, German economist.
  • Kenny Guinn, 73, American politician, Governor of Nevada (1999–2007), fall.
  • Peter Hart, 46, Canadian historian, brain hemorrhage.
  • Bernard Knox, 95, British-born American classicist, heart failure.
  • Milan Paumer, 79, Czech anti-communist fighter (1948–1953), heart failure.
  • Rebel Randall, 88, American actress.
  • Florencio Vargas, 78, Filipino politician, Representative for 2nd District of Cagayan (2004–2010), leukemia.
  • Phillip Walker, 73, American blues musician, heart failure.

23

  • Satish Bahadur, 84, Indian film critic.
  • Willy Bakken, 59, Norwegian musician and writer, cancer.
  • Willem Breuker, 65, Dutch jazz musician, lung cancer.
  • Kenyon Cotton, 36, American football player (Baltimore Ravens, 1997–1998), complications following surgery.
  • Louis Danto, 81, Polish-born Canadian singer.
  • Freddie Dunkelman, 90, British Olympic ice hockey player.
  • Sol Encel, 85, Polish-born Australian sociologist.
  • Jan Halldoff, 70, Swedish film director.
  • A. Sreedhara Menon, 84, Indian historian.
  • Feodosiy Petsyna, 60, Ukrainian Orthodox prelate, archbishop of Drohobych and Sambir in Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the Kyivan Patriarchate (1994–2006) and Ukrainian Autocephalous Orthodox Church (since 2007), diabetes mellitus.
  • Daniel Schorr, 93, American journalist (CBS News, National Public Radio).
  • Dorothy Stowe, 89, American-born Canadian activist, co-founder of Greenpeace.
  • Bertrand Vac, 95, Canadian writer and surgeon.
  • Vic Ziegel, 72, American sports writer (Daily News), lung cancer.

24

  • David Ablett, 69, Canadian journalist and editor.
  • Theo Albrecht, 88, German entrepreneur and billionaire (Aldi Nord, Trader Joe's).
  • Giuseppe Aveni, 91, Italian priest and missionary, malignant tumor.
  • John Callahan, 59, American cartoonist and musician.
  • Alex Higgins, 61, Northern Irish snooker player, malnutrition, pneumonia, bronchial condition and throat cancer.
  • Hugh Mason, 95, British Olympic rower.
  • Mia Oremović, 91, Croatian actress, natural causes.
  • Jean-Louis Pezant, 71, French member of the Constitutional Council of France (since 2004).
  • Sir John Riddell, 13th Baronet, 76, British public servant, Private Secretary to the Prince of Wales (1985–1990).
  • Haakon Sandvold, 89, Norwegian industrialist.
  • Véronique Silver, 77, French actress.
  • Igor Talankin, 82, Russian film director and screenwriter, People's Artist of the USSR.

25

  • David Alexander, 77, American academic, cancer.
  • Vasco de Almeida e Costa, 77, Portuguese politician, Prime Minister (1976) and Governor of Macau (1981–1986), after long illness.
  • Domenico Alvaro, 85, Italian criminal, natural causes.
  • Kamel Asaad, 78, Lebanese politician, after long illness.
  • Donald C. Backer, 66, American astrophysicist and radio astronomer.
  • Barrie Devenport, 75, New Zealand swimmer, cancer.
  • Judith Peabody, 80, American socialite and philanthropist, complications of strokes.
  • Nathan Quinones, 79, American educator, New York City School Chancellor (1984–1987), stroke.
  • Erich Steidtmann, 95, German Nazi SS officer.
  • Henk Vonhoff, 79, Dutch politician, Queen's Commissioner of Groningen (1980–1996), after short illness.
  • Redford White, 54, Filipino actor and comedian, brain tumor.

26

  • John Barbero, 65, American public address announcer (Pittsburgh Penguins, 1972–2008), brain tumor.
  • Sir Brian Bell, 82, Papua New Guinean businessman and philanthropist.
  • Al Goodman, 67, American soul singer (Ray, Goodman & Brown), heart failure.
  • Eric Hill, 87, English cricketer.
  • Jake Jacobs, 73, American baseball player.
  • Ben Keith, 73, American rock musician and record producer, heart attack.
  • Charles Allen Moye Jr., 92, American senior (former chief) judge, of the District Court for the Northern District of Georgia.
  • Brigitte Schwaiger, 61, Austrian writer.
  • Sivakant Tiwari, 64, Singaporean lawyer (Singapore Legal Service), cerebral hemorrhage.

27

  • Andraos Abouna, 67, Iraqi Chaldean Catholic prelate, auxiliary bishop of Baghdad (2002–2010), renal failure.
  • Ravi Baswani, 63, Indian actor and comedian, heart attack.
  • Maury Chaykin, 61, American-born Canadian actor (Dances with Wolves, My Cousin Vinny, A Nero Wolfe Mystery), kidney failure.
  • Jon Douglas, 73, American college athlete and realtor.
  • Harry Galbreath, 45, American football player (Miami Dolphins), heart condition.
  • Edward Gamblin, 62, Canadian First Nations singer-songwriter
  • André Geerts, 54, Belgian cartoonist, cancer.
  • Alan Gilbert, 65, Australian academic administrator and historian, foundıng Vice Chancellor of the University of Manchester, illness.
  • Wallace Souza, 51, Brazilian television presenter, politician and criminal.
  • Jack Tatum, 61, American football player (Oakland Raiders), heart attack.
  • Elinor Z. Taylor, 89, American politician, member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives (1977–2006).
  • Morrie Yohai, 90, American businessman, inventor of Cheez Doodles, natural causes.

28

  • Valentín Abecia Baldivieso, 84, Bolivian lawyer, historian, writer and diplomat.
  • Thomas Anderson, 71, Australian Olympic gold medal-winning (1972) sailor.
  • John Aylesworth, 80, Canadian-born American television writer and producer, co-creator of Hee Haw, complications of pneumonia.
  • Michael Batterberry, 78, American editor, founder of Food and Wine Magazine, cancer.
  • Ivy Bean, 104, British Internet celebrity, one of the oldest people on Facebook and Twitter, natural causes.
  • Abdul Mannan Bhuiyan, 67, Bangladeshi politician.
  • Maria Canals, 96, Spanish pianist.
  • Bob Fenimore, 84, American football player (Chicago Bears), cancer.
  • Arthur Gish, 70, American peace activist and author, tractor accident.
  • Todd Hardy, 53, Canadian politician, MLA for Whitehorse Centre (1996–2000, since 2002), leader of the Yukon NDP (2002–2009).
  • Kemal Idris, 87, Indonesian Army general and political dissident, pneumonia.
  • George P. Lee, 67, American Mormon leader and sex offender, first Native American to become a general authority of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
  • Sven Ljungberg, 96, Swedish visual artist.
  • J. J. Maura, 61, American television announcer and voiceover artist (WCAU, QVC), cancer.
  • István Móna, 69, Hungarian Olympic modern pentathlete, gold medalist (1968 Summer Olympics).
  • Sir Daniel Pettit, 95, British Olympic footballer and industrialist.
  • Derf Scratch, 58, American bassist (Fear).
  • Katarzyna Sobczyk, 65, Polish singer, breast cancer.
  • David William, 84, British-born Canadian actor and artistic director, head injury.

29

  • Giancarlo Astrua, 82, Italian road bicycle racer.
  • Michèle Causse, 74, French lesbian theorist, author and translator, physician-assisted suicide.
  • Ignacio Coronel Villarreal, 56, Mexican drug lord (Sinaloa Cartel), shot.
  • Carl Dooler, 67, British rugby league player (Featherstone Rovers).
  • Martin Drew, 66, British jazz drummer, heart attack.
  • António Feio, 55, Portuguese actor and comedian, pancreatic cancer.
  • C. I. Gunesekera, 90, Sri Lankan cricketer.
  • Bob Kennedy, 89, American football player (New York Yanks).
  • Sabina Mugabe, 75, Zimbabwean politician, MP (1985–2008) and sister of Robert Mugabe, after long illness.
  • Joe Perrault, 85, American Olympic ski jumper.
  • Nicolae Popescu, 72, Romanian mathematician.
  • Peter R. Romero, 90, American art director (The Right Stuff, The Waltons).
  • Robert C. Tucker, 92, American political scientist.
  • Bernie West, 92, American screenwriter (All in the Family, Three's Company, The Jeffersons), complications from Alzheimer's disease.
  • Alex Wilson, 76, British footballer (Portsmouth F.C.).
  • Lorene Yarnell, 66, American mime artist (Shields and Yarnell), brain aneurysm.
  • Zheng Ji, 110, Chinese nutritionist and biochemist, world's oldest professor.

30

  • Eugene Anderson, 82, American lawyer, pneumonia.
  • Robert M. Chanock, 86, American biologist.
  • Jindřich Chmela, 86, Czech Olympic fencer.
  • Cyro Del Nero, 78, Brazilian scenographer (Fantástico), coronary disease.
  • Otto Joachim, 99, German-born Canadian violist and composer of electronic music.
  • Stanley Milburn, 83, British footballer.
  • Qian Weichang, 96, Chinese physicist and applied mathematician.
  • Keith Richman, 56, American physician and politician, California State Assemblyman (2000–2006), brain cancer.

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  • Suso Cecchi d'Amico, 96, Italian screenwriter (Bicycle Thieves, Senso).
  • James Atkinson, 81, American Olympic silver medal-winning (1952) bobsledder.
  • Olle Boström, 84, Swedish Olympic archer.
  • Pedro Dellacha, 84, Argentine footballer.
  • Tony Fox, 82, British Olympic rower.
  • Sir John Gorst, 82, British politician, MP for Hendon North (1970–1997).
  • Bill Lane, 90, American publisher and diplomat, founder of Sunset magazine, Ambassador to Australia and Nauru, respiratory failure.
  • Lee Lockwood, 78, American photojournalist, diabetes.
  • Tom Mankiewicz, 68, American screenwriter (James Bond, Superman), cancer.
  • Mitch Miller, 99, American music executive and television host (Sing Along with Mitch), after short illness.
  • Mohammad Nouri, 80, Iranian singer, blood disorder.
  • Dan Resin, 79, American actor (Caddyshack, On Our Own), complications from Parkinson's disease.
  • George Richey, 74, American songwriter and record producer, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
  • John Shaw, 76, British rugby league player.
  • Clara Sherman, 96, American Navajo artist.
  • Donald Shiley, 89, American engineer, co-inventor of the Bjork–Shiley heart valve.
  • Roy Smith, 56, Australian politician, member of the New South Wales Legislative Council (2007–2010).
  • Iwan Tirta, 75, Indonesian batik fashion designer, complications from strokes.

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