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The following is a list of notable deaths in April 2014.

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

  • Name, age, country of citizenship and reason for notability, established cause of death, reference.

April 2014


Deaths in April 2014

1

  • Andreas Bjørkum, 82, Norwegian philologist.
  • Anker Buch, 74, Danish violinist.
  • Pierre Capretz, 89, French linguist and academic, creator of French in Action series.
  • Guillermo Delgado, 83, Peruvian footballer.
  • King Fleming, 91, American jazz pianist, natural causes.</li>
  • Rudolph Hargrave, 89, American judge, member of the Oklahoma Supreme Court (1978â€"2010), Chief Justice (1989â€"1990, 2001â€"2002).
  • Jacques Le Goff, 90, French historian.
  • Andrew Joseph McDonald, 90, American Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Little Rock (1972â€"2000).
  • Bill Mitchell, 85, Canadian hockey player (Detroit Red Wings), kidney failure.
  • Carlos Oneto, 84, Peruvian actor and comic.
  • Merimeri Penfold, 93, New Zealand Māori language academic (University of Auckland), cancer.
  • Rolf Rendtorff, 88, German academic, Emeritus Professor of Old Testament (University of Heidelberg).
  • Harry Rowe, 89, Australian football and cricket player.
  • Colin Scott, 80, British Anglican prelate, Bishop of Hulme (1984â€"1998).
  • John W. Shelton, 85, American politician, member of the West Virginia House of Delegates (1995â€"2004).
  • Alida van der Anker-Doedens, 91, Dutch Olympic silver-medalist sprint canoer (1948).
  • Norman Warner, 70, Canadian politician and insurance broker, cancer.

2

  • Taha Basry, 67, Egyptian football player and manager.
  • Al Bolton, 88, American television meteorologist.
  • Richard Brick, 68, American film producer (Deconstructing Harry) and executive, New York City Film Commissioner (1992â€"1994), esophageal cancer.
  • Stephanie Camp, 46, American historian, cancer.
  • Robert Clodius, 93, American academic.
  • Everett De Roche, 67, Australian screenwriter, cancer.
  • Harris Goldsmith, 77, American pianist and critic.
  • Sandy Grossman, 78, American sports director (CBS Sports, Fox Sports), directed 10 Super Bowls, cancer.
  • Lyndsie Holland, 75, English opera singer and actress.
  • Lucy Hood, 56, American television executive (News Corporation), President of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (since 2013), cancer.
  • Mamoon Kazi, 78, Pakistani judge, member of the Supreme Court (1997â€"2000) and Sindh High Court (1985â€"1997).
  • Michael Pearse Lacey, 97, Canadian Roman Catholic prelate, Auxiliary Bishop of Toronto (1979â€"1993).
  • Glyn Jones, 82, South African writer and actor.
  • MiloÅ¡ Mikeln, 83, Slovene writer.
  • Consuelo Moure, 67, Colombian actress, lung cancer.
  • Carl Epting Mundy, Jr., 78, American military officer, Commandant of the Marine Corps and member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (1991â€"1995), Merkel cell carcinoma.
  • Alfred Niepieklo, 86, German footballer.
  • Mary Lou Petty, 98, American Olympic swimmer (1936).
  • Unnikrishnan Puthur, 80, Indian novelist.
  • Gustavo Rodríguez, 67, Venezuelan film, stage and television actor.
  • Vern Rutsala, 80, American author and poet.
  • Alieu Badara Saja Taal, 70, Gambian academic and newspaper executive, managing director of The Daily Observer, liver infection.
  • Mahjoub Sharif, 66, Sudanese poet and activist.
  • David Werdyger, 94, Polish-born American Hasidic singer.
  • Urs Widmer, 75, Swiss author.

3

  • Joseph Archibald, Kittitian-born British Virgin Islander jurist, member of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court.
  • Andrei Bodiu, 48, Romanian poet.
  • Máximo Cajal López, 79, Spanish diplomat.
  • Régine Deforges, 78, French author, editor, director and playwright.
  • Akira Endo, 75, Japanese-born American conductor.
  • Pedro Fré, 89, Brazilian Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Corumbá (1985â€"1989) and Barretos (1989â€"2000).
  • Edvard Grimstad, 81, Norwegian politician, MP for Østfold (1989â€"1997), Governor of Østfold (1998â€"2003).
  • Norval Horner, 83, Canadian politician, MP for Battlefordâ€"Kindersley (1972â€"1974).
  • Fred Kida, 93, American cartoonist.
  • Virginie Korte-van Hemel, 84, Dutch politician, Deputy Minister of Justice (1982â€"1989).
  • Hans-Günther Lange, 97, German U-boat officer, recipient of the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross with Oak Leaves.
  • Paul Lüönd, 63, Swiss musician and politician.
  • Jovan Pavlović, 77, Serbian Orthodox prelate, Metropolitan Bishop of Zagreb, Ljubljana and Italy.
  • Prince Michael of Prussia, 74, German author.
  • Heribert Reitböck, 80, Austrian neuroscientist.
  • John Ryan, 86, Irish politician, Leas-Cheann Comhairle (1982â€"1987).
  • Paul Salamunovich, 86, American choral director (Los Angeles Master Chorale) and film conductor (Dracula), complications from West Nile virus.
  • Tommy Lynn Sells, 49, American serial killer, execution by lethal injection.
  • Arthur Smith, 93, American musician and songwriter ("Guitar Boogie", "Dueling Banjos").
  • Ed Spencer, 85, American race car driver.

4

  • José Aguilar, 55, Cuban Olympic bronze-medalist light-welterweight boxer (1980), cerebral infarction.
  • Len Ardill, 83, Australian politician, member of the Queensland Legislative Assembly for Salisbury (1986â€"1992) and Archerfield (1992â€"1998).
  • Ä°smet Atlı, 83, Turkish Olympic champion light heavyweight freestyle wrestler (1960).
  • James Bates, 61, American conductor.
  • Dave Blakey, 84, English footballer (Chesterfield).
  • William W. Blanton, 90, American politician, member of the Texas House of Representatives (1976â€"1988), pneumonia.
  • Archie Boyd, 95, English Royal Air Force officer.
  • George W. Decker, 75, American classical organist.
  • Joseph A. Doyle, 93, American lawyer, Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Manpower and Reserve Affairs) (1979â€"1981).
  • Wayne Henderson, 74, American jazz trombonist (The Jazz Crusaders) and record producer, heart failure.
  • Kumba Ialá, 61, Bissau-Guinean politician, President (2000â€"2003), cardiopulmonary arrest.
  • Charles Ray Jordan, 76, American politician.
  • Margo MacDonald, 70, Scottish politician, MP for Glasgow Govan (1973â€"1974), MSP for Lothian (since 1999), Parkinson's disease.
  • Klaus Meyer, 76, German footballer.
  • Peter Liechti, 63, Swiss filmmaker.
  • Anja Niedringhaus, 48, German photojournalist (Associated Press), Pulitzer Prize winner for Breaking News Photography (2005), shot.
  • Curtis Bill Pepper, 96, American journalist (Newsweek) and author.
  • Muhammad Qutb, 95, Egyptian Islamist author and academic.
  • Richard Small, 68, American racehorse trainer (Concern), cancer.
  • Gyula Szabó, 83, Hungarian actor.

5

  • Azamour, 13, Irish racehorse and sire, euthanised.
  • Ã"scar Avilés, 90, Peruvian guitarist and singer.
  • Poul Erik Bech, 76, Danish football manager.
  • Willis Blair, 90, Canadian politician, Mayor of East York (1973â€"1975).
  • Andy Davidson, 81, Scottish footballer (Hull City).
  • Alan Davie, 93, Scottish painter and musician.
  • Mariano Díaz, 74, Spanish racing cyclist.
  • Antonio Díaz Gil, 79, Spanish footballer.
  • Stuart Fullerton, 74, American entomologist (University of Central Florida).
  • Leif Haanes, 81, Norwegian ship-owner and Christian leader.
  • Rhondda Alder Kelly, 87, Australian model, Miss Australia (1946).
  • Peter Matthiessen, 86, American author (At Play in the Fields of the Lord, The Snow Leopard), leukemia.
  • L. B. McGinnis, 72, American novellist.
  • Stanislaus Okurut, 84, Ugandan politician, Minister of Labour, Sports and Transport, heart failure.
  • John Pinette, 50, American comedian and actor (The Punisher, Junior), pulmonary embolism.
  • Gordon Smith, 59, Scottish footballer (St. Johnstone, Aston Villa).
  • Peter Thorne, 90, English fighter pilot and diplomat.
  • José Wilker, 66, Brazilian actor (Medicine Man) and director, heart attack.

6

  • Mary Anderson, 96, American actress (Gone With the Wind).
  • Jacques Castérède, 87, French composer.
  • Leee Black Childers, 68, American punk rock and art photographer (The Factory, Andy Warhol).
  • Liv Dommersnes, 91, Norwegian actress.
  • Sir Maurice Drake, 91, British High Court judge.
  • Charles Farthing, 60, New Zealand doctor, heart attack.
  • Peter Kaberere, 30, Kenyan gospel singer, electrocuted.
  • Erzsi Kovács, 85, Hungarian pop singer and performer.
  • Domenico Mennitti, 75, Italian politician, Mayor of Brindisi (2004â€"2011).
  • Mickey Rooney, 93, American actor (Boys Town, The Black Stallion), Emmy Award winner (Bill), natural causes.
  • Leandro Rovirosa Wade, 96, Mexican politician and engineer, Governor of Tabasco (1977â€"1982).
  • Farhad Sepahbody, 85, Iranian exiled diplomat, Ambassador to Morocco (1976â€"1979).
  • Chuck Stone, 89, American navigator, journalist and academic, Tuskegee Airman during World War II, co-founder of the NABJ.
  • Massimo Tamburini, 70, Italian motorcycle designer (Ducati 916, MV Agusta F4), lung cancer.
  • Van Vlahakis, 79, Greek-born American chemist.

7

  • Ron Barkhouse, 87, Canadian politician.
  • Ashish Bose, 83, Indian demographer, coined "BIMARU" term, fall.
  • Claudine Bouché, 88, French film editor (Shoot the Piano Player, Jules and Jim).
  • George Dureau, 83, American painter and photographer, Alzheimer's disease.
  • Peaches Geldof, 25, English television presenter, writer and model, heroin overdose.
  • James Alexander Green, 88, British mathematician.
  • Alexis Guyodo, 91, French Olympic steeplechaser (1948).
  • Noel Knockwood, 81, Canadian Mi'kmaq spiritual leader and civil servant, Sergeant-at-Arms for Legislative Assembly of Nova Scotia (2000â€"2005), NAAA (2002), stroke.
  • Ernest Kurnow, 101, American academic.
  • V. K. Murthy, 90, Indian cinematographer (Kaagaz Ke Phool, Pyaasa, Sahib Bibi Aur Ghulam), recipient of the Dadasaheb Phalke Award (2008).
  • Perlita Neilson, 80, British actress.
  • O Sang-hon, 50, North Korean politician, executed by flamethrower. (death announced on this date)
  • Zeituni Onyango, 61, Kenyan computer programmer, involved in immigration case during 2008 US presidential election campaign, breast cancer and respiratory ailments.
  • Jack Satter, 92, American philanthropist, partly owned the New York Yankees.
  • Jerry Sharkey, 71, American Wright brothers historian, conceived idea for Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historical Park, heart failure.
  • John Shirley-Quirk, 82, English bass-baritone opera singer, cancer.
  • George Shuffler, 88, American Hall of Fame bluegrass musician (The Stanley Brothers).
  • Steve Smith, 64, American politician, member of the Minnesota House of Representatives (1999â€"2012). (body discovered on this date)
  • Josep Maria Subirachs, 87, Spanish Catalan sculptor and painter, Parkinson's disease.
  • Scato Swu, 90, Indian politician.
  • Frans van der Lugt, 75, Dutch Jesuit priest, shot.
  • ÄŒedo Vuković, 93, Montenegrin writer.
  • Royce Waltman, 72, American college basketball coach (Indiana State).
  • Emilio Yap, 88, Filipino tycoon and philanthropist, Chairman of the Manila Bulletin, Manila Hotel, Centro Escolar University and Philtrust Bank.

8

  • Sandy Brown, 75, Scottish footballer.
  • Emmanuel III Delly, 86, Iraqi Chaldean Catholic hierarch, Patriarch of Babylon (2003â€"2012).
  • Karlheinz Deschner, 89, German writer and activist.
  • Robert Dickson, 88, Australian architect.
  • Shrish Chandra Dikshit, 91, Indian politician, MP for Varanasi (1991â€"1996), DGP for Uttar Pradesh.
  • Jay R. Galbraith, 75, American organizational theorist.
  • Phil Hardy, 69, British film and music journalist.
  • Eric Harroun, 31, American jihadist, drug overdose.
  • Andrew Intamba, 67, Namibian diplomat and security director, first Ambassador to Egypt (since 2008), Director of the Central Intelligence Service (1991â€"2007).
  • Art Kimball, 72, American politician, member of the Utah Senate (1977â€"1981).
  • Ghiță Licu, 68, Romanian Olympic handball player (1972, 1976).
  • Ivan Mercep, 84, New Zealand architect (Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa).
  • Monte Olsen, 57, American politician, member of the Wyoming House of Representatives (2002â€"2008), myocardial ischemia.
  • Herbert Schoen, 84, German footballer.
  • Cornelius Taiwo, 103, Nigerian academic.
  • The Ultimate Warrior, 54, American Hall of Fame professional wrestler (WWE), heart attack.
  • Adrianne Wadewitz, 37, American scholar, rockclimbing fall.

9

  • Manuel Alejandro Aponte Gómez, 43, Mexican bodyguard (Joaquín Guzmán Loera), shot.
  • Python Anghelo, 59, Romanian-born American artist, video game and pinball machine designer (Joust, Taxi, PIN•BOT), cancer.
  • Gil Askey, 89, American-born Australian musician and composer (Lady Sings the Blues), lymphoma.
  • Chris Banks, 41, American football player (Denver Broncos, Atlanta Falcons).
  • Jacob Birnbaum, 87, German-born American Jewish activist, founder of the Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry.
  • Jos Chabert, 81, Belgian politician, Minister of State (2009).
  • Rory Ellinger, 72, American politician, member of the Missouri House of Representatives (since 2010), liver cancer.
  • Norman Girvan, 72, Jamaican professor and politician, Secretary General of the Association of Caribbean States (2000â€"2004), fall.
  • Robin Holliday, 81, British molecular biologist.
  • Sir James Holt, 91, British medieval historian.
  • Boniface Lele, 66, Kenyan Roman Catholic prelate, Archbishop of Mombasa (2005â€"2013), Bishop of Kitui (1995â€"2005), cardiac arrest.
  • Eddie Miller, 82, American basketball player.
  • Aelay Narendra, 67, Indian politician, MP for Nizamabad (1999â€"2004) and Medak (2004â€"2008), Andhra Pradesh MLA for Himayatnagar (1983â€"1999).
  • Val Ogden, 90, American politician, member of the Washington House of Representatives (1991â€"2003), cancer.
  • A. N. R. Robinson, 87, Trinbagonian politician, President (1997â€"2003), Prime Minister (1986â€"1991), recognized for role in establishing the International Criminal Court.
  • Ferdinando Terruzzi, 90, Italian Olympic champion cyclist (1948).
  • Svetlana Velmar-Janković, 80, Serbian writer.

10

  • Dominique Baudis, 66, French journalist, writer and politician, Mayor of Toulouse (1983â€"2001), cancer.
  • Justin Marie Bomboko, 86, Congolese politician, Head of Government (1960â€"1961), Foreign Minister (1960â€"1963, 1965â€"1969, 1981).
  • George Bornemissza, 90, Australian entomologist and ecologist.
  • Commendable, 16, American Thoroughbred racehorse, won the 2000 Belmont Stakes.
  • Joe Dini, 85, American politician, member of the Nevada House of Representatives (1967â€"2002).
  • Bill Doolittle, 90, American football player and coach (Western Michigan Broncos).
  • László Felkai, 73, Hungarian Olympic water polo player (1960, 1964, 1968).
  • Jim Flaherty, 64, Canadian politician, Minister of Finance (2006â€"2014), MP for Whitbyâ€"Oshawa (since 2006), MPP for Whitbyâ€"Ajax (1995â€"2005), heart attack.
  • Phyllis Frelich, 70, American Tony Award-winning actress (Children of a Lesser God), progressive supranuclear palsy.
  • Ken Greengrass, 87, American television producer.
  • Carol Grimaldi, 75, American restaurateur, co-founder of Grimaldi's Pizzeria, cancer.
  • Ján Hirka, 90, Slovak Catholic hierarch, Bishop of PreÅ¡ov (1990â€"2002).
  • Richard Hoggart, 95, British academic and author (The Uses of Literacy), dementia.
  • Thomas M. Jacobs, 87, American Olympic skier (1952).
  • Doris Pilkington Garimara, 76, Australian author (Follow the Rabbit-Proof Fence), ovarian cancer.
  • Gregory White Smith, 62, American biographer (Jackson Pollock: An American Saga), Pulitzer Prize winner (1991), brain tumor.
  • Anatoly Sukhorukov, 78, Russian physicist.
  • Eddy Thomas, 82, Jamaican dancer, choreographer and teacher, co-founder of National Dance Theatre Company.
  • Sue Townsend, 68, British novelist and playwright (Adrian Mole series), stroke.
  • Sidney Weintraub, 91, American economist.

11

  • Alfredo Alcón, 84, Argentine actor (The Innocents, El Santo de la Espada, Sugar Harvest), respiratory disease.
  • Antonio Aldonza, 88, Spanish footballer.
  • Eppie Archuleta, 92, American weaving artist, recipient of the National Heritage Fellowship (1985).
  • Nandu Bhende, 58, Indian musician and actor, heart attack.
  • Rolf Brem, 88, Swiss graphic artist, sculptor and illustrator.
  • John Clement, 81, American Olympic baseball player (1956).
  • Hal Cooper, 91, American television director and producer (I Dream of Jeannie, Maude, Gimme a Break!), heart failure.
  • Edna Doré, 92, British actress (EastEnders, Les Misérables, Another Year), emphysema.
  • Dunstan Endawie Enchana, 78, Malaysian politician, Sarawak MLA for Krian, Deputy Chief Minister (1977â€"1979), High Commissioner to Australia and New Zealand.
  • Cele Hahn, 72, American politician and media owner (WNNZ (AM), WNNZ-FM), member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives (1995â€"2003).
  • Bill Henry, 86, American baseball player (Boston Red Sox, Cincinnati Reds), heart attack.
  • Zander Hollander, 91, American sportswriter, journalist, editor and archivist.
  • Lou Hudson, 69, American basketball player (St. Louis Hawks, Los Angeles Lakers), complications from a stroke.
  • Myer S. Kripke, 100, American rabbi and philanthropist.
  • Bernard J. Lechner, 82, American electronics engineer (RCA).
  • William J. Lyons, Jr., 92, American politician, member of the Connecticut House of Representatives and Senate.
  • Eugene McGehee, 85, American lawyer, jurist and politician, member of the Louisiana House of Representatives (1960â€"1972).
  • Helga Mees, 76, German Olympic silver- and bronze-medalist fencer (1964).
  • Sergey Nepobedimy, 92, Soviet rocket designer (3M6 Shmel, Arena, OTR-23 Oka, OTR-21 Tochka, 9K11 Malyutka).
  • Ron Pundak, 58, Israeli diplomat, involved in Oslo I Accord, cancer.
  • Sanggeun, 9, Korean dog actor, complications of cancer.
  • Patrick Seale, 83, Northern Irish journalist, foreign correspondent and historian (The Observer), brain cancer.
  • Rolando Ugolini, 89, Italian-born British footballer (Middlesbrough).
  • Jesse Winchester, 69, American musician and songwriter, bladder cancer.
  • Carl Zimmermann, 96, American news anchor (WITI) and WWII war correspondent.
  • Darrell Zwerling, 85, American character actor (Chinatown, Grease, Capricorn One).

12

  • Pierre Autin-Grenier, 67, French author.
  • Jerry Carle, 90, American football, basketball, and baseball player and coach.
  • James M. Coleman, 90, American politician, member of the New Jersey General Assembly (1966â€"1972).
  • Eduard Gaugler, 85, German economist.
  • Beverly Hanson, 89, American golfer, U.S. Amateur Champion (1950), LPGA Championship (1955), Western Open (1956), Titleholders Championship (1958), complications of Alzheimer's and COPD.
  • Robert Harder, 84, American politician, member of the Kansas House of Representatives (1961â€"1967), brain tumor.
  • Fred Ho, 56, American saxophonist, composer and social activist, complications from colorectal cancer.
  • Brita Koivunen, 82, Finnish schlager singer.
  • Ray Litton, 82, American politician, Mayor of Round Rock, Texas (1973â€"1978).
  • Pierre-Henri Menthéour, 53, French racing cyclist, cancer.
  • My Flag, 21, American Thoroughbred racehorse, euthanized.
  • Øystein ØystÃ¥, 79, Norwegian writer.
  • Maurício Alves Peruchi, 24, Brazilian footballer, traffic collision.
  • Robert Potter, 64, British geographer.
  • Hal Smith, 82, American baseball player (St. Louis Cardinals).
  • Billy Standridge, 60, American race car driver and team owner (NASCAR, Nationwide Series), cancer.
  • Hamish Watt, 88, Scottish politician, MP for Banffshire (1974â€"1979).

13

  • John Brunsdon, 80, British artist.
  • Peter Drummond-Murray of Mastrick, 84, Scottish herald and banker.
  • Fred Enke, 89, American football player (Detroit Lions, Philadelphia Eagles), dementia.
  • Sally Haydon, 55, American equestrian and academic.
  • Edward Kamuda, 74, American historian, co-founder of the Titanic Historical Society, consultant on Titanic.
  • Ernesto Laclau, 78, Argentine post-Marxist political theorist, heart attack.
  • Otto Petersen, 53, American ventriloquist and comedian (Otto & George).
  • Michael Ruppert, 63, American author, journalist, radio show host and conspiracy hawk, suicide by gunshot.
  • Theoklitos Setakis, 83, Greek Orthodox hierarch, Metropolitan Bishop of Ioannina (since 1975).
  • Irene Shepard, 91, American politician, member of the New Hampshire House of Representatives.
  • RafaÅ‚ Sznajder, 41, Polish Olympic fencer (1996, 2000, 2004), heart attack.

14

  • Roland Issifu Alhassan, 81, Ghanaian diplomat and politician, Ambassador to Germany (2001â€"2006), MP for Tolon-Kumbungu (1969â€"1971, 1979â€"1981), co-founder of the New Patriotic Party.
  • Howard Behrens, 80, American artist.
  • Reid Buckley, 83, American novelist, public speaker and columnist, cancer.
  • Nina Cassian, 89, Romanian poet, heart attack.
  • Joe Curl, 59, American basketball coach (University of Houston), heart failure.
  • Phillip Hayes Dean, 83, American stage actor, director and playwright, aortic aneurysm.
  • Peter Ellson, 88, English footballer (Crewe Alexandra).
  • Karl-Heinz Euling, 94, German Waffen SS officer (Hauptsturmführer), recipient of the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross.
  • Brian Harradine, 79, Australian politician, Senator for Tasmania (1975â€"2005), longest-serving independent parliamentarian, stroke.
  • Thorleif Holth, 83, Norwegian politician.
  • Crad Kilodney, 66, Canadian writer, cancer.
  • Ingeborg von Kusserow, 95, German actress.
  • Albert Manent, 83, Spanish writer and activist.
  • Rudolf Matutinović, 87, Croatian sculptor.
  • Wally Olins, 83, British business consultancy and public relations executive, Chairman of Saffron Brand Consultants.
  • Manuel Ortega, 92, Spanish painter.
  • Armando Peraza, 89, Cuban-born American Latin jazz percussionist (Santana, George Shearing, Dave Brubeck), pneumonia.
  • Paul Sadala, Congolese militant, shot.
  • Davorin Savnik, 85, Slovene industrial designer and architect.
  • Bill Sinegal, 85, American rhythm and blues musician.
  • Mick Staton, 74, American politician, member of the U.S. House of Representatives for West Virginia's 3rd district (1981â€"1983).

15

  • Kirsten Bishopric, 50, Canadian voice actress (Sailor Moon), lung cancer.
  • Little Joe Cook, 91, American doo-wop singer and songwriter.
  • Robert-Casimir Tonyui Messan Dosseh-Anyron, 88, Togolese Roman Catholic prelate, Archbishop of Lomé (1962â€"1992).
  • John L. Ducker, 91, American politician.
  • Shane Gibson, 35, American guitarist (Korn, stOrk), complications from a blood clotting disorder.
  • Robert Heard, 84, American journalist (Associated Press), complications from hip surgery.
  • John Houbolt, 95, American aerospace engineer, complications from Parkinson's disease.
  • Júnior, 70, Filipino singer and actor.
  • Luo Qingchang, 96, Chinese politician, member of the Central Committee (1973â€"1987) and Standing Committee (1978â€"1983).
  • Thomas C. Salamone, 87, American politician, member of the Connecticut House of Representatives (1963â€"1971).
  • Ratchanee Sripraiwan, 82, Thai language scholar, author and academic.
  • Claudio Tello, 50, Chilean footballer (Cobreloa), cancer.
  • Rosemary Tonks, 85, British poet.
  • Eliseo Verón, 78, Argentine sociologist, anthropologist and semiotician, cancer.
  • Hugo Villar, 88, Uruguayan physician and politician.
  • Sir Owen Woodhouse, 97, New Zealand judge, member of the Supreme Court, President of the Court of Appeal (1981â€"1986).
  • Anselmo Zarza Bernal, 97, Mexican Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Linares (1962â€"1966) and León (1966â€"1992).

16

  • Basil Anthony, 76, Sri Lankan cricket umpire.
  • Joan Blanch, 77, Spanish lawyer and politician, Mayor of Badalona (1983â€"1999), cancer.
  • Anne Briscoe, 96, American biochemist.
  • Brock Brower, 82, American writer.
  • Gyude Bryant, 65, Liberian politician, Chairman of the Transitional Government (2003â€"2006).
  • Douglas L. Coleman, 82, Canadian scientist and philanthropist, recipient of the Shaw Prize (2009) and the Albert Lasker Award (2010).
  • Richard Greenfield, 71, American newspaper publisher (Jewish Ledger).
  • Khosrow Jahanbani, 72, Iranian royal (Qajar dynasty).
  • Stan Kelly-Bootle, 84, British songwriter, author and computer engineer.
  • Frank Kopel, 65, Scottish footballer (Dundee United), complications from dementia.
  • Jiří Načeradský, 74, Czech artist.
  • Basil A. Paterson, 87, American politician and labor lawyer, New York Secretary of State (1979â€"1983), member of the New York Senate (1965â€"1970).
  • Leonard Rosen, 83, American bankruptcy lawyer, co-founder of Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz.
  • Aulis Rytkönen, 85, Finnish football player and manager.
  • Jacques Servier, 92, French physician and pharmaceutical executive, founder of Servier Laboratories.
  • Ernst Florian Winter, 90, Austrian-American historian and political scientist.

17

  • Mayra Alejandra, 58, Venezuelan actress, cancer.
  • Nancy Brataas, 86, American politician, member of the Minnesota Senate (1975â€"1992), emphysema and COPD.
  • Steve Cappiello, 89, American politician, Mayor of Hoboken, New Jersey (1981â€"1984).
  • Cheo Feliciano, 78, American Puerto Rican salsa and bolero composer and singer, traffic collision.
  • Andrés Uriel Gallego, 64, Colombian civil engineer and politician, Minister of Transport (2002â€"2010), cancer.
  • Gabriel García Márquez, 87, Colombian author (One Hundred Years of Solitude, Love in the Time of Cholera), laureate of the Nobel Prize in Literature (1982), pneumonia.
  • Michael C. Janeway, 73, American newspaper editor (Boston Globe), academic and author, cancer.
  • Bernat Klein, 91, Yugoslavian-born Scottish fashion designer and spy.
  • McDowell Lee, 89, American politician, member of the Alabama House of Representatives (1955â€"1962), Secretary of the Alabama Senate (1963â€"2011), cancer.
  • Wojciech LeÅ›nikowski, 75, Polish architect and academic, cancer.
  • Henry Maksoud, 85, Brazilian businessman, cardiac arrest.
  • Anthony Marriott, 83, British actor and playwright.
  • Karl Meiler, 64, German tennis player, complications from a fall.
  • Raul Bragança Neto, 68, São Toméan politician, Prime Minister (1996â€"1999).
  • L. Jay Oliva, 80, American academic and educator, President of New York University (1991â€"2002), pancreatic cancer.
  • Volodymyr Ivanovych Rybak, Ukrainian politician.
  • Karpal Singh, 73, Malaysian lawyer and politician, MP for Jelutong (1978â€"1999) and Bukit Gelugor (since 2004), Chairman of DAP (2004â€"2014), traffic collision.
  • Nikolaos Vorvolakos, 83, Greek Army officer, head of the Cypriot National Guard (1993â€"1998).

18

  • Habib Boularès, 80, Tunisian politician and diplomat, President of the Chamber of Deputies (1991â€"1997).
  • David W. Burke, 78, American television news executive, first chairman of the Broadcasting Board of Governors, President of CBS News (1988â€"1990).
  • Donald Dahl, 69, American politician, member of the Kansas House of Representatives (1996â€"2008), plane crash.
  • Guru Dhanapal, 55, Indian film director (Unna Nenachen Pattu Padichen, Suyamvaram, Periya Manushan).
  • Sanford Jay Frank, 59, American television comedy writer (Late Night with David Letterman), brain cancer.
  • Robert Keith Gray, 92, American lobbyist and public relations official.
  • Johnley Hatimoana, 57, Solomon Islands politician, MP for Ngella (since 2013).
  • Deon Jackson, 68, American soul singer and songwriter.
  • Eduard Kosolapov, 38, Russian footballer, suicide by gunshot.
  • Trygve Lange-Nielsen, 92, Norwegian barrister and judge.
  • Ramon Malla Call, 91, Spanish Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Lleida (1968â€"1999), acting Co-Prince of Andorra (1969â€"1971).
  • David McClarty, 63, Northern Irish politician, MLA for East Londonderry (since 1998), cancer.
  • Antonín Molčík, 74, Czech actor.
  • Tim Moran, 95, American politician, member of the Utah House of Representatives (1984â€"1996).
  • Brian Priestman, 87, British maestro and conductor (Denver Symphony Orchestra).
  • Andrew Sessler, 85, American physicist and academic (University of California, Berkeley), recipient of the Enrico Fermi Award (2013), cancer.
  • Zev Sufott, 86, British-born Israeli diplomat, Ambassador to the Netherlands and China.
  • Dylan Tombides, 20, Australian footballer (West Ham United), testicular cancer.

19

  • Bashir Ahmad, 74, Bangladeshi playback singer.
  • Steve Antone, 92, American politician, member of the Idaho House of Representatives (1968â€"1996).
  • Lindy Berry, 86, Canadian CFL football player (Edmonton Eskimos), complications from pneumonia.
  • Helena Bliss, 96, American actress and soprano.
  • Derek Cooper, 88, British broadcaster (The Food Programme) and food journalist, Parkinson's disease.
  • George Downton, 85, English cricketer (Kent).
  • Luciano do Valle, 66, Brazilian sports commentator.
  • Richard Elrod, 80, American sheriff (Cook County, Illinois) and politician, member of the Illinois House of Representatives (1968â€"1970), liver cancer and cirrhosis.
  • Diomid Gherman, 86, Moldovan academic and politician.
  • John R. Gibson, 88, American senior circuit judge.
  • Mimi Kok, 80, Dutch actress, pulmonary disease.
  • Aaron Landes, 84, American rabbi and U.S. Navy chaplain, leukemia.
  • Ian McIntyre, 82, Scottish radio broadcaster and executive (BBC Radio 3, BBC Radio 4).
  • Mark Prothero, 57, American swimmer (USA Swimming) and defense lawyer (Gary Ridgway), lung cancer.
  • Kevin Sharp, 43, American country music singer, complications from a digestive disorder.
  • Adhik Shirodkar, Indian lawyer and politician.
  • Sonia Silvestre, 61, Dominican singer and announcer, stroke.
  • Erik Schmidt, 88, Estonian painter and writer.
  • Barry Sterling, 70, American politician, member of the Tennessee House of Representatives.
  • Frits Thors, 104, Dutch journalist and news anchor.

20

  • Mithat Bayrak, 85, Turkish Olympic champion wrestler (1956, 1960) and trainer.
  • Bill Blair, 92, American baseball player (Indianapolis Clowns), journalist and civil rights activist.
  • Torrey C. Brown, 77, American politician, member of the Maryland House of Delegates (1970â€"1994), Secretary for Natural Resources (1983â€"1994), heart disease.
  • Rubin Carter, 76, American middleweight boxer wrongfully convicted of murder, subject of "Hurricane" and The Hurricane, prostate cancer.
  • Robert E. Longacre, 92, American linguist.
  • Alistair MacLeod, 77, Canadian author, complications from a stroke.
  • George E. McDonald, 90, American labor union leader.
  • Benedikt Sarnov, 87, Russian author and literary critic.
  • Peter Scoones, 76, British underwater photographer (Life on Earth, Planet Earth, The Blue Planet).
  • Yoshio Shinozuka, 90, Japanese Imperial Army soldier (Unit 731).
  • Julian Wilson, 73, British horse racing correspondent and broadcaster (BBC), cancer.
  • Neville Wran, 87, Australian politician, Premier of New South Wales (1976â€"1986), dementia.

21

  • Edmund Abel, 92, American inventor, patented design for Mr. Coffee machine.
  • Eliza T. Dresang, 72, American academic and author.
  • Mundo Earwood, 61, American country music singer-songwriter, pancreatic cancer.
  • Herb Gray, 82, Canadian politician, Deputy Prime Minister (1997â€"2002), MP for Essex West (1962â€"1968) and Windsor West (1968â€"2002).
  • Janet Gray Hayes, 87, American politician, Mayor of San Jose (1975â€"1983), stroke.
  • George H. Heilmeier, 77, American inventor and technology executive, championed LCD displays, stroke.
  • Lionel Heinrich, 80, Canadian ice hockey player.
  • James Higginbotham, 72, American philosopher of language.
  • Craig Hill, 88, American actor (Whirlybirds, All About Eve).
  • Ladislav Hlaváček, 88, Czechoslovak football player (Dukla Prague).
  • Weldon Kern, 90, American basketball player (Oklahoma A&M Aggies).
  • Harry Koundakjian, 83, American news photographer and editor (Associated Press), complications from open heart surgery.
  • Alexander Lenkov, 70, Russian actor, People's Artist (1997).
  • Roy Matsumoto, 100, American World War II veteran, recipient of the Congressional Gold Medal (2011).
  • Arlene McQuade, 77, American television actress (The Goldbergs, The Milton Berle Show), Parkinson's disease.
  • Albert Onyeawuna, 78, Nigerian footballer (national team).
  • Ramón Pons, 73, Spanish actor (Murder in a Blue World), anemia.
  • Gene Timms, 81, American politician, member of the Oregon Senate (1982â€"2000).
  • Francisco Ovidio Vera Intriago, 71, Ecuadorian Roman Catholic prelate, Auxiliary Bishop of Portoviejo (since 1992), kidney disease.
  • Win Tin, 85, Burmese journalist and political prisoner, recipient of the UNESCO/Guillermo Cano World Press Freedom Prize (2001), renal failure.

22

  • Harry Bell, 89, English footballer.
  • Abdul Qadir Dagarwal, 70, Afghan politician, Minister of Defense (1978, 1982â€"1986).
  • John Hannigan, Irish Gaelic footballer (Donegal).
  • Gertrud Henze, 112, German supercentenarian, oldest person in Germany.
  • Allen Jacobs, 72, American football player (Green Bay Packers, New York Giants), heart attack.
  • Bill Klucas, 72, American basketball coach, journalist and political consultant, liver cancer.
  • Jovan Krkobabić, 84, Serbian politician, Deputy Prime Minister (since 2008), Minister of Labour, Employment and Social Policy (since 2012).
  • Dennis Liwewe, 77, Zambian football player and commentator, liver failure.
  • Alfonso Márquez de la Plata, 80, Chilean politician, Minister of Agriculture (1977â€"1980), General Secretary of Government (1984) and Labour (1984â€"1988), pneumonia.
  • Ricardo Mórtola, 63, Ecuadorian architect.
  • Mohammad Naseem, 90, British Islamic leader and political activist, chairman of Birmingham Central Mosque.
  • Chris Nkulor, Nigerian actor, kidney ailment.
  • Werner Potzernheim, 87, German Olympic bronze-medalist cyclist (1952).
  • Safely Kept, 28, American Thoroughbred racehorse, euthanized.
  • Gordon Smith, 93, British army officer.
  • Oswaldo Vigas, 87, Venezuelan painter.
  • Val Werier, 96, Canadian journalist (Winnipeg Free Press).

23

  • Benjamín Brea, 67, Spanish-born Venezuelan musician, stomach cancer.
  • Monte Geralds, 79, American politician, member of the Michigan House of Representatives.
  • Michael Glawogger, 54, Austrian film director (Workingman's Death, Whores' Glory, Slumming), malaria.
  • WÅ‚adyslawa Górska, 94, Polish chess player.
  • Jaap Havekotte, 102, Dutch skater, skate inventor and centenarian.
  • Kenneth A. R. Kennedy, 83, American archaeologist and paleontologist.
  • Federico Ling Altamirano, 75, Mexican diplomat and politician, Ambassador to the Vatican, Senator for Mexico City (2000â€"2006).
  • Connie Marrero, 102, Cuban baseball player (Washington Senators), oldest former Major League Baseball player.
  • Leonhard Pohl, 84, German Olympic runner (1956).
  • Lorenzo Relova, 98, Filipino judge, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court (1982â€"1986).
  • F. Michael Rogers, 92, American Air Force general, complications from Parkinson's disease.
  • Mark Shand, 62, British travel writer and conservationist, injuries sustained from a fall.
  • Patric Standford, 75, English composer.
  • Dixie Tan, 78, Singaporean cardiologist and politician, MP for Ulu Pandan (1984â€"1991), brain cancer.
  • Zhu Qizhen, 86, Chinese diplomat and politician, Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs (1984â€"1989), Ambassador to the United States (1989â€"1993).

24

  • Ricardo Bauleo, 67, Argentine actor, heart failure.
  • Hans Hollein, 80, Austrian architect (Museum für Moderne Kunst, Haas House), laureate of the Pritzker Architecture Prize (1985), pneumonia.
  • Sandy Jardine, 65, Scottish footballer (Rangers, Hearts, national team), liver cancer.
  • Ken Kagaya, 70, Japanese politician.
  • James H. Kasler, 87, American Air Force officer, three-time recipient of the Air Force Cross.
  • Michel Lang, 74, French film and television director, Alzheimer's disease.
  • Rolf Johan Lenschow, 85, Norwegian civil engineer.
  • Arturo Licata, 111, Italian supercentenarian, world's oldest verified living man.
  • Moslem Malakouti, 90, Iranian Shiite cleric.
  • Ray Musto, 85, American politician, member of the U.S. House for Pennsylvania's 11th district (1980â€"1981), Pennsylvania House (1971â€"1980) and Senate (1983â€"2010), cancer.
  • Barry O'Keefe, 80, Australian judge, member of the NSW Supreme Court (1993â€"2004), Commissioner of the Independent Commission Against Corruption (1994â€"1999).
  • Konstantin Orbelyan, 85, Armenian composer and conductor.
  • Sister Ping, 65, Chinese convicted people smuggler, cancer.
  • Bogdan Poniatowski, 82, Polish Olympic rower (1960) and coach.
  • Shobha Nagi Reddy, 45, Indian politician, Andhra Pradesh MLA for Allagadda (since 1996), traffic collision.
  • Tadeusz Różewicz, 92, Polish poet and playwright, recipient of the Austrian State Prize for European Literature (1982).
  • Frederick C. Turner, 90, American Navy officer, vice admiral.
  • Jerzy Wieteski, 79, Polish footballer.

25

  • Boniface Nyema Dalieh, 80, Liberian Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Cape Palmas (1973â€"2008).
  • Dandeniya Hemachandra De Silva, 81, Sri Lankan cricketer.
  • Dan Heap, 88, Canadian politician, MP for Spadina (1981â€"1988) and Trinityâ€"Spadina (1988â€"1993), Alzheimer's disease.
  • William Judson Holloway, Jr., 90, American judge, member of the US 10th Circuit Court of Appeals (since 1968), respiratory illness.
  • Stanko Lorger, 83, Slovene Yugoslav Olympic hurdler (1952, 1956, 1960).
  • Paulo Malhães, 76-77, Brazilian soldier.
  • Ernest G. McClain, 95, American professor emeritus of music, natural causes.
  • Earl Morrall, 79, American football player (Baltimore Colts, Detroit Lions, Miami Dolphins), complications from Parkinson's disease.
  • Mukund Varadarajan, 32, Indian army officer, awarded Ashok Chakra, shot.
  • Tito Vilanova, 45, Spanish football player and coach (Barcelona), throat cancer.
  • Stefanie Zweig, 81, German writer (Nowhere in Africa).

26

  • Georgy Adelson-Velsky, 92, Russian mathematician and computer scientist.
  • William Ash, 96, American-born British Marxist writer, Royal Canadian Air Force pilot during World War II.
  • Joan Bruce, 86, British-born Australian actress.
  • José Moreira Bastos Neto, 61, Brazilian Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Três Lagoas (since 2009), heart attack.
  • Tony DiMidio, 71, American football player (Kansas City Chiefs).
  • Ole Enger, 65, Norwegian actor, cancer.
  • Jacqueline Ferrand, 96, French mathematician.
  • Manfred Fuchs, 75, German aerospace engineer, founded OHB System.
  • Protacio G. Gungon, 88, Filipino Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Antipolo (1983â€"2001).
  • Gerald Guralnik, 77, American physicist, co-original Higgs mechanism and Higgs boson theorist, recipient of the Sakurai Prize (2010).
  • Patrick Dewes Hanan, 87, New Zealand sinologist and author.
  • Adrian Haynes, 88, American Wampanoag chief.
  • Michael Heisley, 77, American billionaire aerospace defense executive (HEICO) and basketball franchise owner (Memphis Grizzlies), complications from a stroke.
  • David Langner, 62, American football player (Auburn Tigers), key player in "Punt Bama Punt" (1972 Iron Bowl), cancer.
  • Sandro Lopopolo, 74, Italian Olympic silver-medalist light welterweight boxer (1960), WBC champion (1966â€"1967), respiratory infection.
  • Lee Marshall, 64, American radio personality, professional wrestling announcer and voice actor (Tony The Tiger), esophageal cancer.
  • Tony Ninos, 94, American politician and hotelier, Mayor of Cocoa, Florida (1959â€"1963), member of the Florida House of Representatives (1966â€"1967).
  • Aloísio Roque Oppermann, 77, Brazilian Roman Catholic prelate, Archbishop of Uberaba (1996â€"2012). (body discovered on this date)
  • Antonio Pica, 83, Spanish actor.
  • Judith Pinsker, 74, American television writer.
  • Leroy Powell, 80, American baseball player (Chicago White Sox).
  • DJ Rashad, 34, American footwork disc jockey, blood clot in leg.
  • Seth Roberts, 61, American psychologist and self-help author.
  • Paul Robeson, Jr., 86, American archivist and author, lymphoma.
  • Adolf Seilacher, 89, German palaeontologist.
  • W. E. Snelson, 91, American politician, member of the Texas House of Representatives (1961â€"1963) and Senate (1965â€"1967, 1969â€"1983).
  • Glen Stassen, 78, American Baptist ethicist and theologian, cancer.
  • Philip Sugden, 67, English historian and true crime writer (Jack the Ripper), cerebral haemorrhage. (body discovered on this date)
  • Stan Turley, 93, American politician, member of the Arizona Senate (1973â€"1985) and House of Representatives (1965â€"1973), Speaker (1967â€"1968), natural causes.

27

  • Yigal Arnon, 84, Israeli lawyer.
  • Vujadin BoÅ¡kov, 82, Yugoslav Olympic silver-medalist football player (1956) and coach (national team, Real Madrid).
  • Daniel Colchico, 76, American football player (San Francisco 49ers), complications from heart surgery.
  • Theo Constanté, 80, Ecuadorian artist.
  • Micheline Dax, 90, French comedienne and actress.
  • Rakesh Deewana, 48, Indian actor, complications from bariatric surgery.
  • DJ E-Z Rock, 46, American hip-hop musician (Rob Base and DJ E-Z Rock).
  • Harry Firth, 96, Australian racing driver and team manager.
  • Peter Hallock, 89, American organist and choirmaster (Compline Choir).
  • Vasco Graça Moura, 72, Portuguese lawyer, writer, translator and politician, cancer.
  • Ilija Ničić, 91, Serbian Olympic sport shooter (1960).
  • Andréa Parisy, 78, French actress (The Little Bather, Babes a GoGo).
  • Marlbert Pradd, 69, American basketball player (New Orleans Buccaneers).
  • Turhan Tezol, 81, Turkish Olympic basketball player (1952).
  • Marsden Wagner, 84, American obstetrician.

28

  • Toimi Alatalo, 85, Finnish cross-country skier, Olympic champion (1960).
  • Gerard Benson, 83, British poet, cancer.
  • Pedro Cunha, 33, Portuguese actor, suicide by asphyxiation.
  • Barbara Fiske Calhoun, 94, American cartoonist.
  • Damião António Franklin, 63, Angolan Roman Catholic prelate, Archbishop of Luanda (since 2001).
  • Valeri Goryushev, 40, Russian Olympic volleyball player (1996, 2000).
  • William Honan, 83, American journalist and author, cardiac arrest.
  • Amaka Igwe, 51, Nigerian film director and producer, asthma attack.
  • Dennis Kamakahi, 61, American Grammy Award-winning musician, lung cancer.
  • Richard Kershaw, 80, British broadcaster and journalist.
  • Ismail Sulemanji Khatri, Indian craftsman.
  • Derek King, 65, Australian VFL footballer (St Kilda).
  • Edgar Laprade, 94, Canadian Hall of Fame ice hockey player (New York Rangers).
  • Kamaruzaman Mohamad, 53, Malaysian journalist and editor (Utusan Malaysia), kidney ailment.
  • J. Dwight Pentecost, 99, American Christian theologian.
  • Sidney Postol, 96, American politician, member of the Connecticut House of Representatives.
  • Jack Ramsay, 89, American Hall of Fame basketball coach (Portland Trail Blazers), cancer.
  • Djahanguir Riahi, 99, French antique collector.
  • Idris Sardi, 75, Indonesian violinist and composer.
  • Frederic Schwartz, 63, American architect, prostate cancer.
  • Ryan Tandy, 32, Australian rugby league player involved in match-fixing scandal, drug overdose.
  • Mitraniketan Viswanathan, 86, Indian social reformer and environmentalist, founder of Mitraniketan.
  • Bruce Woodgate, 74, British-born American aerospace engineer (NASA), designer and principal investigator for STIS on the Hubble Telescope, complications from strokes.

29

  • Iveta BartoÅ¡ová, 48, Czech singer, three-time winner of Zlatý slavík (1986, 1990, 1991), suicide by train.
  • Frank Budd, 74, American Olympic sprinter (1960) and football player (Philadelphia Eagles, Washington Redskins).
  • Tahar Chaïbi, 68, Tunisian footballer (Club Africain), complications from a stroke.
  • M. V. Devan, 86, Indian artist and academic.
  • Aleksandra Dranka, 110, Polish supercentenarian.
  • Al Feldstein, 88, American writer and editor (Mad, Tales from the Crypt).
  • Reuven Feuerstein, 92, Romanian-born Israeli psychologist.
  • Bob Hoskins, 71, English actor (Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Mona Lisa, Hook), pneumonia.
  • Michael Kadosh, 74, Israeli football player and manager, cancer.
  • Glenn Osser, 99, American musician, musical arranger, orchestra leader, and songwriter.
  • Daphne Pochin Mould, 93, British author and photographer.
  • Norma Pons, 71, Argentine actress and showgirl, natural causes.
  • Ramil Rodriguez, 72, Fillipino actor, lung cancer.
  • Bassem Sabry, 31, Egyptian journalist, fall.
  • Gailene Stock, 68, Australian ballet dancer and executive, Director of the Royal Ballet School (since 1999), cancer.
  • Edgars Vinters, 94, Latvian painter.
  • Walter Walsh, 106, American FBI agent and Olympic shooter (1948), longest-living Olympic competitor.

30

  • Michael Brock, 94, British historian.
  • Khaled Choudhury, 94, Indian theatre personality and artist.
  • Kartina Dahari, 73, Malaysian singer, ovarian cancer.
  • Chris Harris, 71, British actor, cancer.
  • Leo Kraft, 91, American composer.
  • Volodymyr Kudryavtsev, Ukrainian lyricist.
  • Julian Lewis, 67, British developmental biologist, cancer.
  • Marsha Mehran, 36, Iranian-born American author. (body discovered on this date)
  • Judi Meredith, 77, American actress (Ben Casey, The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show, Hotel de Paree).
  • Carl E. Moses, 84, American politician, member of the Alaska House of Representatives (1965â€"1973, 1993â€"2007).
  • Ralph Nattrass, 88, Canadian ice hockey player (Chicago Black Hawks).
  • Deborah Rogers, 76, British literary agent.
  • Ian Ross, 73, Australian television news presenter (Nine Network, Seven Network), pancreatic cancer.
  • Yukio Takefuta, 78, Japanese English education scholar.
  • Sarmad Tariq, 38, Pakistani motivational speaker and paralysis activist, cardiac arrest.
  • Junichi Watanabe, 80, Japanese writer (A Lost Paradise), prostate cancer.
  • MieczysÅ‚aw Wilczek, 82, Polish politician, Minister of Industry (1988â€"1989).

References




Deaths in April 2014

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