Deaths in April 2020

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Notable deaths

The following is a list of notable deaths in April 2020.

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.

April 2020[edit]

1[edit]

  • Tony Anderson, 78, Australian footballer.[1]
  • Dušan Bartovič, 76, Slovak footballer, 1968 Olympics, Czechoslovak national team.[2]
  • Anne Hendricks Bass, 78, American investor and philanthropist.[3]
  • Branislav Blažić, 63, Serbian surgeon and politician, Minister of Environmental Protection (1998–2000), COVID-19.[4]
  • Peter Brooke, 90, American businessman.[5]
  • Zev Buffman, 89, Israeli theatre producer, President and CEO of Ruth Eckerd Hall (2011–2018).[6]
  • Mario Chaldú, 77, Argentine footballer (Club Atlético Banfield, Racing Club, national team).[7]
  • Bruce Dawe, 90, Australian poet.[8]
  • Ricardo Díez Hochleitner, 91, Spanish economist and diplomat, president of the Club of Rome (1991–2000).[9]
  • David Driskell, 88, American visual artist and academic, COVID-19.[10]
  • Kevin Duffy, 87, American jurist, U.S. District Court Judge for Southern New York (1972–2016), COVID-19.[11]
  • Bernard Epin, 83, French writer and literary critic, COVID-19.[12]
  • Ed Farmer, 70, American baseball player (Chicago White Sox, Philadelphia Phillies) and broadcaster, kidney disease.[13]
  • Edward L. Feightner, 100, American Navy officer and flying ace.[14]
  • Luiz Flávio Gomes, 62, Brazilian jurist, professor and politician, Deputy (since 2019), leukaemia.[15]
  • Sir James Learmonth Gowans, 95, British immunologist.[16]
  • Nur Hassan Hussein, 82, Somali politician, Prime Minister (2007–2009), COVID-19.[17]
  • Martin Khor, 68, Malaysian journalist (The Star) and economist, executive director of the South Centre (2009–2018), cancer.[18]
  • Philippe Malaurie, 95, French lawyer.[19]
  • Gérard Mannoni, 92, French sculptor.[20]
  • Ellis Marsalis Jr., 85, American jazz pianist, COVID-19.[21]
  • Rüdiger Nehberg, 84, German human rights activist and survival expert.[22]
  • Floris Michael Neusüss, 83, German photographer.[23]
  • Richard Passman, 94, American aeronautical engineer and space scientist, COVID-19.[24]
  • Dirceu Pinto, 39, Brazilian Paralympic boccia player (2008, 2012, 2016), heart failure.[25]
  • Bucky Pizzarelli, 94, American jazz guitarist, COVID-19.[26]
  • Dieter Reith, 82, German pianist and organist.[27]
  • Harold Rubin, 87, South African-born Israeli jazz clarinettist.[28]
  • Gerardo Ruiz Esparza, 70, Mexican politician, Secretary of Communications and Transportation (2012–2018), stroke.[29]
  • Yvonne Schaloske, 68, Swedish actress (Rederiet).[30]
  • Adam Schlesinger, 52, American musician (Fountains of Wayne, Ivy) and songwriter (“That Thing You Do”), Emmy winner (2012, 2013, 2019), COVID-19.[31]
  • Amerigo Severini, 88, Italian cyclo-cross cyclist.[32]
  • John Tydeman, 84, English radio producer and theatre director.[33]
  • Dora Werzberg, 99, French nurse and social worker.[34]
  • Mahmoud Zakzouk, 86, Egyptian academic and politician, Minister of Awqaf (1995–2011).[35]

2[edit]

  • Mike Appleton, 83, British television producer (The Old Grey Whistle Test).[36]
  • Robert Beck, 83, American modern pentathlete, Olympic bronze medalist (1960) and Pan American champion (1963), COVID-19.[37]
  • Goyo Benito, 73, Spanish footballer (Real Madrid, Rayo Vallecano, national team), COVID-19.[38]
  • Ranko Borozan, 86, Bosnian footballer (Velež Mostar, Partizan, Red Star Belgrade).[39]
  • Patricia Bosworth, 86, American actress (The Nun’s Story) and author, COVID-19.[40]
  • John B. Bryant, 72, American economist.[41]
  • Bernardita Catalla, 62, Filipino diplomat, ambassador to Lebanon (since 2017), COVID-19.[42]
  • Zaccaria Cometti, 83, Italian footballer (Atalanta), COVID-19.[43]
  • Oskar Fischer, 97, German politician, Minister for Foreign Affairs of the GDR (1975–1990).[44]
  • William Frankland, 108, British immunologist, COVID-19.[45]
  • François de Gaulle, 98, French missionary, COVID-19.[46]
  • Louis J. Gill, 80, American politician, member of the New Jersey General Assembly (1988–1992).[47]
  • Juan Giménez, 76, Argentine comic book artist (Heavy Metal, Métal hurlant), COVID-19.[48]
  • Ron Graham, 93, English-Australian actor (Home and Away, Waterloo Station).[49]
  • Astrid Nøklebye Heiberg, 83, Norwegian politician, MP (1985–1989, since 2013), president of the IFRC (1997–2001).[50]
  • Daniel Jacoby, 86, French lawyer and human rights activist.[51]
  • Walentyna Janta-Połczyńska, 107, Polish political exile.[52]
  • Anick Jesdanun, 51, American technology journalist (Associated Press), COVID-19.[53]
  • Nirmal Singh Khalsa, 67, Indian singer and priest (Darbar Sahib), COVID-19.[54]
  • Johannes van Knobelsdorff, 102, Dutch mayor (Goedereede, Stellendam, Sassenheim).[55]
  • Eddie Large, 78, British comedian (Little and Large), heart failure and COVID-19.[56]
  • João Marcos, 66, Brazilian footballer (Palmeiras, Grêmio), esophageal disease.[57]
  • Maeve Kennedy McKean, 40, American lawyer, health official and academic, drowning.[58]
  • James Megellas, 103, American military officer.[59]
  • Janez Mlinar, 78, Slovenian Olympic skier (1968).[60]
  • Feriha Öz, 87, Turkish academic and pathologist, COVID-19.[61]
  • Rodrigo Pesántez Rodas, 82, Ecuadorian writer and poet, COVID-19.[62]
  • Emmitt Peters, 79, American dog musher.[63]
  • Hans Reiss, 97, German-born Irish academic.[64]
  • Sergio Rossi, 84, Italian shoe designer (Sergio Rossi), COVID-19.[65]
  • Aaron Rubashkin, 92, American businessman, patriarch of the Rubashkin family, COVID-19.[66]
  • Paul Sauvé, 80, Canadian curler.[67]
  • George Shepperson, 98, British historian.[68]
  • Shamsur Rahman Sherif, 79, Bangladeshi politician, Minister of Land (2014–2019).[69]
  • Arnold Sowinski, 89, French footballer (RC Lens), COVID-19.[70]
  • Claudio Spies, 95, Chilean-born American composer.[71]
  • Carl Tacy, 87, American college basketball coach (Wake Forest Demon Deacons, Marshall Thundering Herd).[72]
  • Aptripel Tumimomor, 53, Indonesian politician, Regent of North Morowali (since 2016), COVID-19.[73]
  • Mel Watkins, 87, Canadian political economist.[74]
  • Arthur Whistler, 75, American ethnobotanist and author, COVID-19.[75]
  • Keizo Yamada, 92, Japanese Olympic long-distance runner (1952).[76]
  • Jacques Yankel, 99, French artist.[77]

3[edit]

  • Yūtokutaishi Akiyama, 85, Japanese engraver and photographer.[78]
  • Robert Armstrong, Baron Armstrong of Ilminster, 93, British civil servant, Cabinet Secretary (1979–1987) and Lord Temporal (since 1998).[79]
  • Steven C. Beering, 87, German-born American physician and academic, President of Purdue University (1983–2000).[80]
  • Karel Beyers, 77, Belgian footballer.[81]
  • Helin Bölek, 28, Turkish singer (Grup Yorum), starvation following hunger strike.[82]
  • Arnold Demain, 92, American microbiologist, COVID-19.[83]
  • Henri Ecochard, 96, French military officer, COVID-19.[84]
  • Ira Einhorn, 79, American convicted murderer and fugitive.[85]
  • Giovanni Paolo Gibertini, 97, Italian Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Ales-Terralba (1983–1989) and Reggio Emilia-Guastalla (1989–1998).[86]
  • Bob Glanzer, 74, American politician, member of the South Dakota House of Representatives (since 2017), COVID-19.[87]
  • Alexander A. Gurshtein, 83, Russian astronomer.[88]
  • Francisco Hernando Contreras, 74, Spanish housing developer, COVID-19.[89]
  • Marguerite Lescop, 104, Canadian writer, COVID-19.[90]
  • George Mackie, 70, Scottish rugby union player (Highland RFC, national team), cancer.[91]
  • Hans Meyer, 94, South African actor (Colditz).[92]
  • Janet Mullarney, 68, Irish artist and sculptor.[93]
  • C. W. Nicol, 79, Welsh-born Japanese writer, cancer.[94]
  • Yoichi Nishimaru, 93, Japanese physician.[95]
  • Hans Prade, 81, Surinamese diplomat, COVID-19.[96]
  • Omar Quintana, 76, Ecuadorian politician and sports executive, President of the National Congress (2005), president of C.S. Emelec, COVID-19.[97]
  • Marcelle Ranson-Hervé, 90, French actress (Now Where Did the 7th Company Get to?, Robert et Robert), COVID-19.[98]
  • Francis Robicsek, 94, American cardio-thoracic surgeon.[99]
  • Tim Robinson, 85, English writer and cartographer, COVID-19.[100]
  • Joel Shatzky, 76, American writer and literary professor, complications of COVID-19.[101]
  • Yusuf Kenan Sönmez, 71–72, Turkish politician, MP (1987–1991), COVID-19.[102]
  • Arlene Stringer-Cuevas, 86, American politician, member of the New York City Council (1976–1977), COVID-19.[103]
  • Thio Gim Hock, 82, Singaporean Olympic water polo player (1956) and property developer, blood disease and kidney failure.[104]
  • Tweedy Bird Loc, 52, American rapper.[105]
  • Eric Verdonk, 60, New Zealand rower, Olympic bronze medallist (1988), cancer.[106]
  • Constand Viljoen, 86, South African general and politician, MP (1994–2001).[107]
  • Frida Wattenberg, 95, French resistance member, COVID-19.[108]

4[edit]

  • Barry Allen, 74, Canadian rock musician and record producer (Painter).[109]
  • Jerónimo Arango, 92–93, Mexican businessman (Walmart de México y Centroamérica).[110]
  • Arminsyah, 59, Indonesian prosecutor, Vice Attorney General (since 2017), traffic collision.[111]
  • Luis Eduardo Aute, 76, Filipino-born Spanish artist.[112]
  • Alexander Thynn, 7th Marquess of Bath, 87, English politician and artist, Lord Temporal (1992–1999), COVID-19.[113]
  • Jay Benedict, 68, American actor (Foyle’s War, Double Team, The Dark Knight Rises), COVID-19.[114]
  • Philippe Bodson, 75, Belgian businessman and politician, Senator (1999–2003), COVID-19.[115]
  • Timothy Brown, 82, American singer, actor (M*A*S*H), and football player (Philadelphia Eagles, Baltimore Colts), complications of dementia.[116]
  • Carol Burkett, 74, American drag racing driver.[117]
  • Rafael Leonardo Callejas Romero, 76, Honduran politician, President (1990–1994), cardiac arrest.[118]
  • Silvano Carroli, 81, Italian baritone.[119]
  • Irena Chalmers, 84, British-born American author and food commentator, esophageal cancer.[120]
  • Forrest Compton, 94, American actor (The Edge of Night, Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C., The F.B.I.), COVID-19.[121]
  • Tom Dempsey, 73, American football player (New Orleans Saints, Philadelphia Eagles, Los Angeles Rams), COVID-19.[122]
  • Mieczysław Długoborski, 89, Polish Olympic athlete (1952).[123]
  • Xavier Dor, 91, French embryologist and anti-abortion activist, COVID-19.[124]
  • Brian Falconer, 86, Australian footballer.[125]
  • Kenneth Farnum, 89, Barbadian-born Jamaican Olympic cyclist (1952), COVID-19.[126]
  • Lila Fenwick, 87, American lawyer and human rights advocate, COVID-19.[127]
  • Franz Födermayr, 86, Austrian musicologist.[128]
  • Patrick Francfort, 63, French drummer and singer (Gibson Brothers), COVID-19.[129]
  • Carlos González-Artigas, 72, Ecuadorian businessman, COVID-19.[130]
  • James Gooch, 85, American psychiatrist and psychoanalyst.[131]
  • Bashirul Haq, 77, Bangladeshi architect.[132]
  • Alex Harvey, 79, American singer, songwriter and actor (Gettysburg, Fire Down Below, The Rainmaker).[133]
  • Arnold Heertje, 86, Dutch economist.[134]
  • Volodymyr Korolyuk, 94, Ukrainian mathematician.[135]
  • Carlo Leva, 90, Italian production designer and set decorator (The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, Once Upon a Time in the West, The Cat o’ Nine Tails), heart attack.[136]
  • Leïla Menchari, 92, Tunisian decorator and designer (Hermès).[137]
  • Andrea Mitchell, 64, Australian politician, WA MLA (2008–2017), heart condition.[138]
  • Olan Montgomery, 56, American actor (Stranger Things) and pop artist, COVID-19.[139]
  • Marcel Moreau, 86, Belgian writer, COVID-19.[140]
  • Pertti Paasio, 81, Finnish politician, Minister of Foreign Affairs (1989–1991) and MP (1975–1979, 1982–1996).[141]
  • Susanna Ramel, 100, Swedish actress.[142]
  • Rao Pingru, 97, Chinese comic book author (Our Story: A Memoir of Love and Life in China), multiple organ failure.[143]
  • Arlene Schnitzer, 91, American art collector and philanthropist.[144]
  • Anton Sebastianpillai, 70s, Sri Lankan born British geriatrician and author, COVID-19.[145]
  • Muhammad Sirajul Islam, 77, Bangladeshi politician, MP (1973–1982), COVID-19.[146]
  • Victor Skrebneski, 90, American photographer, cancer.[147]
  • Börje Stattin, 90, Swedish Olympic gymnast (1952).[148]
  • Harland Svare, 89, American football player and coach (New York Giants, Los Angeles Rams), respiratory arrest.[149]
  • Founéké Sy, 33, Malian footballer (Korofina, Sanat Naft, national team), traffic collision.[150]
  • Ivan Vakarchuk, 73, Ukrainian physicist, Minister of Education and Science (2007–2010) and rector of the University of Lviv (1990–2007, 2010–2013).[151]
  • Peter Vaughan, 89, British Anglican clergyman, Bishop of Ramsbury (1989–1998).[152]
  • Ezio Vendrame, 72, Italian footballer (Lanerossi Vicenza, Napoli, Padova) and writer, cancer.[153]
  • Cheryl Wall, 71, American literary critic.[154]
  • Michel Wiblé, 97, Swiss composer and teacher.[155]
  • Mohammad Ali Younes, Lebanese spy, head of Hezbollah’s counter espionage unit, shot.[156]

5[edit]

  • Michel Andrault, 93, French architect (Tours Société Générale, AccorHotels Arena).[157]
  • Ray Authement, 91, American academic administrator, President of the University of Louisiana at Lafayette (1974–2008).[158]
  • Ed Biles, 88, American football coach (Houston Oilers), leukemia.[159]
  • Honor Blackman, 94, English actress (The Avengers, Goldfinger, Jason and the Argonauts).[160]
  • Margaret Burbidge, 100, British-born American astronomer, complications from a fall.[161]
  • Jocelyn Burton, 74, British silver and goldsmith, bowel cancer.[162]
  • Gregory W. Carman, 83, American politician and judge, U.S. representative (1981–1983), justice of the U.S. Court of International Trade (1983–2014).[163][better source needed]
  • André Cristol, 77, French footballer (Montpellier, Limoges).[164]
  • Shirley Douglas, 86, Canadian actress (Wind at My Back, Lolita, Barney’s Great Adventure) and civil rights activist, complications from pneumonia.[165]
  • Ronnie Earle, 78, American politician and judge, Texas state representative (1973–1976).[166]
  • Svein Ellingsen, 90, Norwegian hymnist and visual artist.[167]
  • Ben Elliott, 67, American audio engineer (Pure Rock Fury, Masters of War) and record producer, complications from cancer.[168]
  • Jun Factoran, 76, Filipino lawyer and politician, Secretary of Environment and Natural Resources (1987–1992).[169]
  • Lee Fierro, 91, American actress (Jaws), COVID-19.[170]
  • Leo Geurtjens, 96, Dutch sculptor.[171]
  • Daniel Greene, 85–86, American artist.[172]
  • Bob Hermann, 97, American Hall of Fame soccer executive, president and founder of the NASL, owner of the St. Louis Stars, namesake of Hermann Trophy and Hermann Stadium.[173]
  • Ray Hiron, 76, English footballer (Portsmouth, Reading).[174]
  • Ivan Itkin, 84, American politician, member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives (1973–1998), heart failure.[175]
  • Mahmoud Jibril, 67, Libyan politician, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Prime Minister (2011), COVID-19.[176]
  • Tom Larkin, 88–89, Irish hurler (Tipperary).[177]
  • Sir John Laws, 74, English jurist, High Court Judge (1992–1998) and Lord Justice of Appeal (1999–2016), sepsis and COVID-19.[178]
  • Pentti Linkola, 87, Finnish deep ecologist and writer.[179]
  • John Lucas, 90, English philosopher.[180]
  • Bobby Mitchell, 84, American Hall of Fame football player (Cleveland Browns, Washington Redskins) and executive.[181]
  • Dougie Morgan, 73, Scottish rugby union player (Stewart’s Melville, British and Irish Lions, national team).[182]
  • George Ogilvie, 89, Australian theatre and film director (Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome), cardiac arrest.[183]
  • Michel Parisse, 83, French historian and professor, COVID-19.[184]
  • Agop Terzan, 92, French-Armenian astronomer.[185]
  • Peter Walker, 84, English cricketer (Glamorgan, national team), stroke.[186]

6[edit]

  • Radomir Antić, 71, Serbian football player (Partizan) and manager (Atlético Madrid, national team), pancreatitis.[187]
  • M. K. Arjunan, 84, Indian composer.[188]
  • Helène Aylon, 89, American ecofeminist artist, COVID-19.[189]
  • Claude Barthélemy, 74, Haitian footballer (Detroit Cougars, national team).[190]
  • Josep Maria Benet i Jornet, 79, Spanish playwright and screenwriter, COVID-19.[191]
  • Black the Ripper, 32, British grime MC, rapper and cannabis activist.[192] (body discovered on this date)
  • Marcel Boillat, 90, Swiss political activist.[193]
  • Marc Chardonnens, 59–60, Swiss government official, Director of the Federal Office for the Environment (2016–2020).[194]
  • Alfonso Cortina, 76, Spanish businessman, chairman and CEO of Repsol YPF (1996–2004), COVID-19.[195]
  • Pietro Cugini, 83, Italian physician.[196]
  • John Dossetor, 94, Indian-born Canadian physician.[197]
  • James Drury, 85, American actor (The Virginian, Forbidden Planet, The Young Warriors).[198]
  • Jock Edwards, 64, New Zealand cricketer (Central Districts, national team).[199]
  • Armando Francioli, 100, Italian actor (The Pharaohs’ Woman, The Opium Den, Hawk of the Caribbean).[200]
  • Ferenc Füzesi, 59, Hungarian Olympic handball player (1992).[201]
  • Gerhard Giebisch, 93, Austrian-born American physiologist.[202]
  • Bruce Gonsalves, 63, Australian footballer.[203]
  • Earl G. Graves Sr., 85, American entrepreneur and businessman, founder of Black Enterprise.[204]
  • Sergio Guenza, 87, Italian football player (Lazio) and manager (women’s national team).[205]
  • Onaje Allan Gumbs, 70, American pianist.[206]
  • Vic Henley, 57, American comedian, pulmonary embolism.[207]
  • Jack Hill, 75, American politician, member of the Georgia State Senate (since 1991).[208]
  • Al Kaline, 85, American Hall of Fame baseball player, broadcaster and executive (Detroit Tigers).[209]
  • Hendrik Jan Korterink, 64, Dutch crime journalist, colon cancer.[210]
  • Jacques Le Brun, 88, French historian, COVID-19.[211]
  • Claude Le Pen, 72, French economist.[212]
  • Quenton Leach, 47, Australian footballer (Fremantle), cancer.[213]
  • Jean Little, 88, Canadian writer (Mine for Keeps, From Anna, Orphan at My Door).[214]
  • Adlin Mair-Clarke, 78, Jamaican Olympic athlete (1964, 1968).[215]
  • Mary McPartlan, 64–65, Irish singer, musician and producer.[216]
  • Trevor Platt, 77, British marine scientist.[217]
  • William R. Polk, 91, American foreign policy consultant and author, leukemia.[218]
  • Bullet Prakash, 44, Indian comedian and actor (Mast Maja Maadi, Aithalakkadi, Aryan), liver failure.[219]
  • Lucien Schmitthäusler, 85, French writer.[220]
  • James F. Scott, 77, American physicist.[221]
  • Fred Singer, 95, Austrian-born American physicist.[222]
  • Mark Steiner, 77, American philosopher, COVID-19.[223]
  • Jock Steven, 84, Scottish rugby union player (Barbarians).[224]
  • Eugene Stowe, 97, American Church of the Nazarene minister and general superintendent.[225]
  • Stephen Sulyk, 95, Polish-born American Ukrainian Catholic hierarch, Archbishop of Philadelphia (1980–2000), COVID-19.[226]
  • Riay Tatary, 72, Syrian-born Spanish doctor and imam, president of Islamic Commission of Spain (since 1992), COVID-19.[227]
  • Naek L. Tobing, 79, Indonesian physician and sexologist, COVID-19.[228]
  • Eli Velder, 94, American academic.[229]
  • Tim White, 68, British painter.[230]

7[edit]

  • Albert Almoznino, 97, Israeli hand shadow artist.[231]
  • Betty Bennett, 98, American jazz and big band singer.[232]
  • Christian Bonnet, 98, French politician, Minister of the Interior (1977–1981).[233]
  • Roger Chappot, 79, Swiss Olympic ice hockey player (1964), COVID-19.[234]
  • Robert Chaudenson, 82, French Creole linguist, COVID-19.[235]
  • Jim Clarko, 87, Australian politician, WA MLA (1974–1996).[236]
  • Jean-Laurent Cochet, 85, French stage director and actor (A Thousand Billion Dollars, Fort Saganne), COVID-19.[237]
  • Peter Cory, 94, Canadian judge, Puisne Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada (1989–1999).[238]
  • Faith Dane, 96, American actress (Gypsy) and politician.[239]
  • Hutch Davie, 89, American pianist, arranger and composer.[240]
  • Fariborz Esmaeili, 79, Iranian Olympic footballer (1964).[241]
  • Steve Farmer, 71, American musician (The Amboy Dukes) and songwriter (“Journey to the Center of the Mind”).[242]
  • Charlotte Figi, 13, American medical cannabidiol patient and reform figure, namesake of Charlotte’s web cannabis, seizure.[243]
  • Jacques Frémontier, 89, French journalist and television producer.[244]
  • Allen Garfield, 80, American actor (The Conversation, Nashville, Beverly Hills Cop II), COVID-19.[245]
  • Henry Graff, 98, American historian, COVID-19.[246]
  • Leib Groner, 88, American Chabad-Lubavitch Rabbi and secretary to Menachem Schneerson, COVID-19.[247]
  • Irene Hirano, 71, American non-profit executive, president of U.S.-Japan Council (since 2009) and the Japanese American National Museum (2008–2012).[248]
  • Hudeidi, 91, Somali oud player, COVID-19.[249]
  • M. A. Jabbar, 80, Bangladeshi politician, MP (2008–2014).[250]
  • Sasi Kalinga, 59, Indian actor (Paleri Manikyam: Oru Pathirakolapathakathinte Katha, Pranchiyettan & the Saint, Indian Rupee), liver disease.[251]
  • Mishik Kazaryan, 72, Russian physicist, COVID-19.[252]
  • Jan Křen, 89, Czech historian, academic and dissident, Charter 77 signatory, COVID-19.[253]
  • John Percy Leon Lewis, 77, Guyanese military officer, COVID-19.[254]
  • Fred Mandeville, 97, Canadian politician.[255]
  • John Matias, 75, American baseball player (Chicago White Sox).[256]
  • Roger Matthews, 71, British criminologist, COVID-19.[257]
  • Thomas Mensah, 87, Ghanaian judge.[258]
  • Yaakov Perlow, 89, American Novominsk rebbe, president of Agudah, COVID-19.[259]
  • John Prine, 73, American singer-songwriter (“Sam Stone”, Angel from Montgomery), Grammy winner (1992, 2006), COVID-19.[260]
  • Jawdat Al-Qazwini, 67, Iraqi scholar.[261]
  • Nipper Read, 95, British police officer and boxing administrator, COVID-19.[262]
  • Jan Reijnen, 93, Dutch politician, mayor of Wervershoof (1964–1969), Oldenzaal (1969–1976) and Heerlen (1976–1986), Senator (1972–1977).[263]
  • Donato Sabia, 56, Italian Olympic middle-distance runner (1984, 1988), COVID-19.[264]
  • Harv Schmidt, 84, American college basketball player and coach (Illinois Fighting Illini).[265]
  • Tom Scully, 89, Irish Gaelic football manager (Offaly), COVID-19.[266]
  • Barbara Smoker, 96, British humanist activist, president of the National Secular Society (1972–1996).[267]
  • Adrian V. Stokes, 74, British computer scientist and disability campaigner.[268]
  • André Stordeur, 79, Belgian electronic musician.[269]
  • Miguel Ángel Tábet, 78, Venezuelan theologian and exegete, COVID-19.[270]
  • Ghyslain Tremblay, 68, Canadian actor (The Plouffe Family, Robin et Stella, The Revenge of the Woman in Black) and comedian.[271]
  • Domingo Villanueva, 55, Filipino Olympic cyclist (1988, 1992).[272]
  • Hal Willner, 64, American music producer (Saturday Night Live, Stay Awake), COVID-19.[273]
  • Harry Wouters van den Oudenweijer, 86, Dutch equestrian show jumper, European team champion (1977).[274]

8[edit]

  • Siri Berg, 98, Swedish-born American abstract artist.[275]
  • Richard L. Brodsky, 73, American lawyer and politician, member of the New York State Assembly (1983–2010), heart attack.[276]
  • Dirk van den Broek, 96, Dutch supermarket founder.[277]
  • L. Carl Brown, 91, American historian.[278]
  • Jaroslava Brychtová, 95, Czech glass artist.[279]
  • Aubrey Burl, 93, British archaeologist.[280]
  • Boško Bursać, 74, Bosnian footballer (Rijeka, Vitesse Arnhem, NK Zagreb).[281]
  • Robert L. Carroll, 81, American-Canadian palaeontologist, COVID-19.[282]
  • Elly Coenen-Vaessen, 88, Dutch politician, mayor of Nuth (1986–1997).[283]
  • Carl Dobkins Jr., 79, American singer (“My Heart Is an Open Book”).[284]
  • John Downing, 79, Welsh photojournalist, cancer.[285]
  • Jackie du Preez, 77, Zimbabwean cricketer (Rhodesia, South Africa).[286]
  • Peter Ecklund, 74, American jazz cornetist, complications from Parkinson’s disease.[287]
  • Madeleine Fischer, 84, Swiss-born Italian actress (Le Amiche, The Bachelor, The Day the Sky Exploded).[288]
  • Martin S. Fox, 95, American publisher, COVID-19.[289]
  • Glenn Fredly, 44, Indonesian singer, meningitis.[290]
  • Norah Gibbons, 67, Irish children’s rights activist.[291]
  • Bjørn Haug, 91, Norwegian jurist.[292]
  • Hiphei, 82, Indian politician, MP (1990–2002).[293]
  • John Hughes, 66, Canadian ice hockey player (Cincinnati Stingers).[294]
  • Miguel Jones, 81, Equatoguinean-born Spanish footballer (Barakaldo, Indautxu, Atlético Madrid), COVID-19.[295]
  • Bernie Juskiewicz, 77, American politician, member of the Vermont House of Representatives (2013–2019), COVID-19.[296]
  • Lois Kelly Miller, 102, Jamaican actress (Meet Joe Black).[297]
  • Joel J. Kupperman, 83, American philosopher.[298]
  • Paul Lambert, 61, British television and media producer, suicide.[299]
  • Francesco La Rosa, 93, Italian footballer (Pro Patria, Palermo, national team), COVID-19.[300]
  • Ted Leverenz, 78, American politician, Illinois state representative (1975–1991) and State Senator (1991–1993)..[301]
  • Lars-Eric Lundvall, 86, Swedish ice hockey player (Frölunda), world champion (1962) and Olympic silver medallist (1964).[302]
  • François Luc Macosso, 81, Congolese politician.[303]
  • Henri Madelin, 83, French Jesuit theologian and editor, COVID-19.[304]
  • Rick May, 79, American voice actor (Team Fortress 2, Star Fox 64, Sly 3: Honor Among Thieves), COVID-19.[305]
  • David Méresse, 89, French footballer (CO Roubaix-Tourcoing, FC Sète 34).[306]
  • Valeriu Muravschi, 70, Moldovan politician, Prime Minister (1991–1992), Minister of Finance (1990–1991) and MP (1998–2001).[307]
  • Norman I. Platnick, 68, American arachnologist and curator (American Museum of Natural History).[308]
  • Robert Poujade, 91, French politician, Deputy (1967–1981, 1986–2002) and mayor of Dijon (1971–2001).[309]
  • Toni Rettaliata, 75, American politician, member of the New York State Assembly (1979–1987).[310]
  • John A. Rocco, 83, American politician, member of the New Jersey General Assembly (1980–1998), mayor of Cherry Hill, New Jersey (1975–1977), respiratory failure.[311]
  • Chynna Rogers, 25, American rapper, drug overdose.[312]
  • Larry Sherman, American house music publisher, founder of Trax Records, heart failure.[313]
  • Pat Stapleton, 79, Canadian ice hockey player (Chicago Blackhawks, Boston Bruins), stroke.[314]
  • Linda Tripp, 70, American civil servant and whistleblower (Clinton–Lewinsky scandal), pancreatic cancer.[315]
  • Te Huirangi Waikerepuru, 91, New Zealand trade unionist and Māori language activist.[316]
  • Albert H. Wilkening, 74, American major general, cancer.[317]

9[edit]

  • Torvild Aakvaag, 93, Norwegian businessman, CEO of Norsk Hydro (1984–1991).[318]
  • Sufia Ahmed, 87, Bangladeshi academic, cardiac arrest.[319]
  • Reggie Bagala, 54, American politician, member of the Louisiana House of Representatives (since 2020), COVID-19.[320]
  • Dame Jocelyn Barrow, 90, British educator, community activist and politician.[321]
  • Leila Benitez-McCollum, 89, Filipino-American television and radio host (Student Canteen), COVID-19.[322]
  • Daniel Bernard, 70, French footballer (Rennes, Paris Saint-Germain, Brest).[323]
  • Jim Bolger, 88, American baseball player (Chicago Cubs).[324]
  • Tom Bruce, 67, American swimmer, 1972 Olympic gold and silver medallist.[325]
  • Jacques Calvet, 88, French businessman, CEO of Groupe PSA.[326]
  • Jim Conacher, 98, Scottish-born Canadian ice hockey player (New York Rangers, Chicago Black Hawks).[327]
  • Elizabeth de la Porte, 78, British harpsichordist.[328]
  • Surésh Dhargalkar, 85, British architect.[329]
  • Malcolm Dixon, 66, English actor (Time Bandits, Return of the Jedi, Flash Gordon).[330]
  • Mort Drucker, 91, American caricaturist and comics artist (Mad).[331]
  • Marc Engels, 54, Belgian sound engineer (The Odyssey, I’m Dead but I Have Friends), COVID-19.[332]
  • Paul Gilissen, 85, Dutch politician.[333]
  • Mark Golden, 71, Canadian historian.[334]
  • Harvey Goldstein, 80, British statistician and academic, COVID-19.[335]
  • Andy González, 69, American jazz and Latin dance bassist.[336]
  • Simplice Guédet Manzela, 71, Gabonese politician.[337]
  • Clément-Joseph Hannouche, 70, Egyptian Syriac Catholic hierarch, Bishop of Cairo (since 1995).[338]
  • Ho Kam Ming, 94, Macanese-born Canadian martial artist, COVID-19.[339]
  • Zdeněk Jičínský, 91, Czech lawyer and politician, Deputy (1996–2002, 2003–2010).[340]
  • Bert van de Kamp, 73, Dutch music journalist.[341]
  • Jay K. Katzen, 83, American politician and bureaucrat, member of the Virginia House of Delegates (1994–2002).[342]
  • Heino Kurvet, 78, Soviet-Estonian spring canoer, 1971 World Championships bronze medallist.[343]
  • Vladimir Lefebvre, 83, Soviet-American mathematical psychologist.[344]
  • Phyllis Lyon, 95, American gay rights activist.[345]
  • Liliane Marchais, 84, French political activist.[346]
  • Virginia Savage McAlester, 76, American architectural historian, myelfibrosis.[347]
  • Guy Miserque, 74, Belgian Olympic field hockey player (1964, 1968, 1972, 1976).[348]
  • Naoki Murata, 70, Japanese judoka, heart failure.[349]
  • Lee Nurse, 43, English cricketer (Berkshire), COVID-19.[350]
  • Ida Schuster, 101, Scottish actress (Death Watch, A Shot at Glory).[351]
  • Ernst-Georg Schwill, 81, German actor (Alarm in the Circus, A Berlin Romance, The Shield and the Sword).[352]
  • Junzo Sekine, 93, Japanese Hall of Fame baseball player (Osaka Kintetsu Buffaloes, Yomiuri Giants) and manager (Yakult Swallows).[353]
  • Dmitri Smirnov, 71, Russian-born British composer (Tiriel, The Lamentations of Thel), COVID-19.[354]
  • Jean-Pierre St-Louis, 68–69, Canadian film director and videographer (Requiem for a Handsome Bastard, Whoever Dies, Dies in Pain).[355]
  • Richard Teitelbaum, 80, American electronic music composer, stroke.[356]
  • Taufiq Tirmizi, 59, Pakistani cricketer (House Building Finance Corporation, Karachi Whites).[357]
  • Saul Turteltaub, 87, American television writer and producer (That Girl, Sanford and Son, What’s Happening!!).[358]
  • Phyllis Wallbank, 101, British educationalist.[359]
  • Won Pyong-oh, 90, South Korean ornithologist.[360]
  • Jim Youel, 98, American football player (Washington Redskins).[361]

10[edit]

  • Mike Auret, 83, Zimbabwean-Irish farmer and politician.[362]
  • Bruce Baillie, 88, American filmmaker (Castro Street).[363]
  • Julio Blanco Alfonso, 82, Cuban footballer (FC Industriales, national team).[364]
  • Big George Brock, 87, American blues harmonicist and singer.[365]
  • Olga Bucătaru, 78, Romanian actress, heart attack.[366]
  • Antonio Carro Martínez, 96, Spanish politician, Minister of the Presidency (1974–1975), member of the Congress of Deputies (1982–1989).[367]
  • Rifat Chadirji, 93, Iraqi architect, COVID-19.[368]
  • Amira Nur al-Din, 94–95, Iraqi poet.[369] (death announced on this date)
  • Lucie Dolène, 88, Syrian-born French actress and singer.[370]
  • Walter D’Souza, 93, Indian cricketer (Gujarat).[371]
  • Mary Jane Fate, 86, American Athabaskan tribal leader.[372]
  • Nicholas Fernando, 87, Sri Lankan Roman Catholic prelate, Archbishop of Colombo (1977–2002).[373]
  • Frits Flinkevleugel, 80, Dutch footballer (national team, FC Amsterdam, DWS).[374]
  • Samuel Hargress II, 84, American bar owner.[375]
  • Shanti Hiranand, 87, Indian classical singer.[376]
  • Ceybil Jefferies, American house and R&B singer (“It’s Gonna Be Alright”), COVID-19.[377] (death announced on this day)
  • Ronald J. Kurth, 88, American rear admiral, government expert on Russian policy and study.[378]
  • K. Gordon Lark, 89, American biologist, prostate cancer.[379]
  • Marianne Lundquist, 88, Swedish Olympic swimmer (1948, 1952), COVID-19.[380]
  • Jymie Merritt, 93, American jazz bassist (The Jazz Messengers), liver cancer.[381]
  • Enrique Múgica, 88, Spanish lawyer and politician, Minister of Justice (1988–1991), Deputy (1977–2000) and Ombudsman (2000–2010), COVID-19.[382]
  • Bas Mulder, 88, Dutch-Surinamese priest, COVID-19.[383]
  • Nobuhiko Obayashi, 82, Japanese film director (House, Toki o Kakeru Shōjo, Hanagatami), screenwriter and editor, lung cancer.[384]
  • Jacob Plange-Rhule, 62, Ghanaian physician, Rector of the Ghana College of Physicians and Surgeons (since 2015), COVID-19.[385]
  • Marcel Rainaud, 80, French politician, Senator (2006–2014).[386]
  • Marke Raines, 93, Canadian politician, MP (1974–1979).[387]
  • Pete Retzlaff, 88, American football player and executive (Philadelphia Eagles).[388]
  • Francis Reusser, 77, Swiss film director (The Big Night, Derborence, War in the Highlands).[389]
  • Diane Rodriguez, 68, American actress (Terminator 2: Judgment Day, La Bamba), cancer.[390]
  • Carlo Sabatini, 88, Italian actor (Strangled Lives) and voice actor.[391]
  • Ing Yoe Tan, 71, Dutch politician, Senator (1999–2011).[392]
  • Abigail Thernstrom, 83, American political scientist.[393]
  • Hans Verhagen, 81, Dutch journalist, poet and painter.[394]
  • Roy Watson, 86, Australian cricketer (Western Australia).[395]
  • Tom Webster, 71, Canadian ice hockey player (Detroit Red Wings, New England Whalers) and coach (Los Angeles Kings), brain cancer.[396]
  • Alf Wood, 74, English footballer (Shrewsbury Town, Millwall).[397]
  • Iris M. Zavala, 83, Puerto Rican author, independence activist and intellectual, COVID-19.[398]

11[edit]

  • Mel Baggs, 39, American autism blogger.[399]
  • Simon Barrington-Ward, 89, English Anglican clergyman, Bishop of Coventry (1985–1997).[400]
  • Michael Bowden, 73, Australian footballer (Richmond), motor neurone disease.[401]
  • Colby Cave, 25, Canadian ice hockey player (Boston Bruins, Edmonton Oilers), complications from intracerebral hemorrhage.[402]
  • Hélène Châtelain, 84, Belgian-born French actress (La Jetée), documentary film director and writer.[403]
  • Stanley Chera, 77, American real estate executive, COVID-19.[404]
  • Bo Christensen, 82, Danish film producer.[405]
  • John Horton Conway, 82, English mathematician (Conway’s Game of Life, surreal numbers, monstrous moonshine), COVID-19.[406]
  • Justus Dahinden, 94, Swiss architect, teacher and writer.[407]
  • Mariano De Nicolò, 88, Italian Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of San Marino-Montefeltro (1989–1995) and Rimini (1989–2007).[408]
  • Murray Dorin, 65, Canadian politician.[409]
  • Antonio Ferres, 96, Spanish writer and poet.[410]
  • Paul Haddad, 56, English-born Canadian actor (Babar, John Callahan’s Quads!, Resident Evil 2), throat cancer.[411]
  • Alfred Hagn, 72, German Olympic alpine skier (1968, 1972).[412]
  • Wynn Handman, 97, American artistic director (The American Place Theatre), COVID-19.[413]
  • Margot Hartman, 86, American actress (The Curse of the Living Corpse, Violent Midnight, Voyage to the Planet of Prehistoric Women).[414]
  • Kristin Jacobs, 60, American politician, mayor of Broward County (2012–2013) and member of the Florida House of Representatives (since 2014), colon cancer.[415]
  • Ezekiel Kalipeni, 66, Malawian geographer.[416]
  • Edem Kodjo, 81, Togolese politician, Prime Minister (1994–1996, 2005–2006) and Chairperson of the African Union Commission (1978–1983).[417]
  • Periklis Korovesis, 78, Greek journalist and politician, MP (2007–2009).[418]
  • Liu Dehai, 82, Chinese pipa player.[419]
  • Ruth Mandel, 81, Austrian-born American political scientist, women’s advocate and Holocaust survivor, ovarian cancer.[420]
  • Might and Power, 26, New Zealand-bred Australian racehorse, Melbourne Cup (1997), Caulfield Cup (1997) and W.S. Cox Plate (1998) winner.[421]
  • Muid Latif, 41, Malaysian fashion designer.[422]
  • Garth Owen-Smith, 75–76, Namibian environmentalist, cancer.[423]
  • Luciano Pellicani, 81, Italian sociologist and journalist.[424]
  • Lenore L. Prather, 88, American Chancery judge, chief justice of the Supreme Court of Mississippi.[425]
  • Lowell A. Reed Jr., 89, American jurist, Judge for the U.S. District Court for East Pennsylvania (since 1988), complications from Parkinson’s disease.[426]
  • Gus Rodríguez, 61, Mexican writer, director and video game journalist, lung cancer.[427]
  • Francis Tombs, Baron Tombs, 95, English industrialist and politician, member of the House of Lords (1990–2015).[428]
  • Alojz Uran, 75, Slovenian Roman Catholic prelate, Auxiliary Bishop (1992–2004) and Archbishop of Ljubljana (2004–2009).[429]
  • Arne Wilhelmsen, 90, Norwegian businessman, co-founder of Royal Caribbean Cruises.[430]
  • Gillian Wise, 84, British artist.[431]

12[edit]

  • Farouk Abu Issa, 86, Sudanese politician, Minister of Foreign Affairs (1969–1971).[432]
  • Francisco Aritmendi, 81, Spanish Olympic long-distance runner (1964), International Cross Country Champion (1964), COVID-19.[433]
  • Brian Arrowsmith, 79, English football player (Barrow) and manager, COVID-19.[434]
  • Eliyahu Bakshi-Doron, 78, Israeli rabbi and convicted fraudster, Rishon LeZion (1993–2003), COVID-19.[435]
  • Camillo Ballin, 75, Italian Roman Catholic prelate, Apostolic Vicar of Northern Arabia (since 2001).[436]
  • Maurice Barrier, 87, French actor and comedian (The Tall Blond Man with One Black Shoe, Les Compères, Les Fugitifs), COVID-19.[437]
  • Victor Batista Falla, 87, Cuban publisher and editor, COVID-19.[438]
  • Claude Beauchamp, 80, Canadian journalist, publisher and political activist.[439]
  • Glenn Beckert, 79, American baseball player (Chicago Cubs, San Diego Padres).[440]
  • Mary Begoña, 95, Spanish vedette and actress.[441]
  • Axel Berg, 81, Norwegian footballer.[442]
  • Elisabeth Berge, 65, Norwegian businesswoman and civil servant.[443]
  • Kishen Bholasing, 35, Surinamese singer, COVID-19.[444]
  • Peter Bonetti, 78, English footballer (Chelsea, Dundee United, national team), world champion (1966).[445]
  • Tim Brooke-Taylor, 79, English comedian (The Goodies) and panellist (I’m Sorry I Haven’t a Clue), COVID-19.[446]
  • Daniel Camiade, 79-80, French rugby union player (US Quillan, national team).[447]
  • Chung Won-shik, 91, South Korean politician, Prime Minister (1991–1992), kidney disease.[448]
  • Jacques De Decker, 74, Belgian writer and author.[449]
  • Louis van Dijk, 78, Dutch pianist, cancer.[450]
  • Ted Evans, 79, Australian public servant, Secretary of the Department of the Treasury (1993–2001).[451]
  • Caro Fraser, 67, British novelist, cancer.[452]
  • Jim Frey, 88, American baseball manager (Kansas City Royals, Chicago Cubs).[453]
  • Keiji Fujiwara, 55, Japanese voice actor (Fullmetal Alchemist, Death Note, Attack on Titan), cancer.[454]
  • Danny Goldman, 80, American actor (The Smurfs, M*A*S*H, Young Frankenstein), stroke.[455]
  • Sascha Hupmann, 49, German basketball player (Evansville Aces, Panathinaikos, national team), ataxia.[456]
  • Tarvaris Jackson, 36, American football player (Minnesota Vikings, Seattle Seahawks, Buffalo Bills), traffic collision.[457]
  • Mikko Kaasalainen, 55, Finnish mathematician.[458]
  • William H. Langille, 76, Canadian politician, MLA (1999–2006), liver cancer.[459]
  • Abdul Majed, Bangladeshi military officer and convicted murderer (Jail Killing), execution by hanging.[460]
  • André Manaranche, 93, French Jesuit priest and theologian, COVID-19.[461]
  • Jacques Maury, 99, French pastor.[462]
  • Boo McLee, 36, American football player (Wheeling Wildcats).[463]
  • Charles Miossec, 81, French politician, Deputy (1978–2002).[464]
  • Sir Stirling Moss, 90, British Hall of Fame racing driver.[465]
  • Jon Ola Norbom, 96, Norwegian economist and politician, leader of the Young Liberals (1950–1952) and Minister of Finance (1972–1973).[466]
  • Joe Pedicino, 70, American professional wrestling ring announcer (WCW).[467]
  • Ahfazur Rahman, 78, Pakistani journalist.[468]
  • Joel M. Reed, 86, American film director, producer and screenwriter (The G.I. Executioner, Blood Sucking Freaks, Night of the Zombies), COVID-19.[469]
  • Jaime Ruiz Sacristán, 70, Mexican business executive, chairman of the Mexican Stock Exchange (since 2015), COVID-19.[470]
  • Doug Sanders, 86, American professional golfer.[471]
  • Milton Schafer, 99, American composer.[472]
  • Carlos Seco Serrano, 96, Spanish historian, COVID-19.[473]
  • Charles Alexander Shaw, 75, American jurist, Judge of the U.S. District Court for Eastern Missouri (since 1993).[474]
  • Vasily Sidorov, 75, Russian diplomat, Permanent Representative to the United Nations Office at Geneva (1997–2001).[475]
  • Khalif Mumin Tohow, Somali justice minister of Hirshabelle State, COVID-19.[476]
  • Josephat Torner, 42, Tanzanian albino activist, traffic collision.[477]
  • Samuel Wembé, 73, Cameroonian businessman and politician, COVID-19.[478]
  • Dennis Yamada, 75, American politician, member of the Hawaii House of Representatives (1971–1983).[479]
  • Yu Mingfang, 92, Chinese engineer.[480]

13[edit]

  • Baldiri Alavedra, 76, Spanish footballer (Sabadell), COVID-19.[481]
  • Gil Bailey, 84, Jamaican radio broadcaster, COVID-19.[482]
  • William H. Bailey, 89, American artist.[483]
  • Radboud van Beekum, 69, Dutch architect, designer and writer, cardiac arrest.[484]
  • Jacques Blamont, 93, French astrophysicist.[485]
  • David Corbett, 79, English footballer (Swindon Town, Plymouth Argyle).[486]
  • Juan Cotino, 70, Spanish businessman and politician, President of Valencian Courts (2011–2014) and Director General of the National Police (1996–2002), COVID-19.[487]
  • John Dennis, 88, British prelate, Bishop of Knaresborough (1979–1986) and St Edmundsbury and Ipswich (1986–1996).[488]
  • Ashok Desai, 77, Indian lawyer, Attorney General (1996–1998) and Solicitor General (1989–1990).[489]
  • Alain Duret, 84, French writer.[490]
  • Pierre Ébert, 81, Canadian actor (Life After Love).[491]
  • Jens Erik Fenstad, 84, Norwegian mathematician.[492]
  • David Giralt, 60, Cuban Olympic long jump athlete (1980).[493]
  • Jerry Givens, 67, American chief executioner of Virginia (1982–1999) and anti-death penalty advocate, COVID-19.[494]
  • Glenna Goodacre, 80, American sculptor (Sacagawea dollar, Vietnam Women’s Memorial).[495]
  • Charlie Harrison, 70, American college basketball coach (East Carolina, New Mexico).[496]
  • U Pannya Jota Mahathera, 64, Bangladeshi Theravada Buddhist monk, cardiac arrest.[497]
  • Suad Karajica, 65, Bosnian Olympic luger (1984.[498]
  • Ryo Kawasaki, 73, Japanese jazz fusion guitarist and composer.[499]
  • Shay Keogh, 85, Irish footballer (Shamrock Rovers).[500]
  • Thomas Kunz, 81, American zoologist, COVID-19.[501]
  • Landelino Lavilla Alsina, 85, Spanish politician, President of the Congress of Deputies (1979–1982), Minister of Justice (1976–1979) and member of the Council of State (since 1983).[502]
  • Philippe Lécrivain, 78, French Catholic priest (Society of Jesus), COVID-19.[503]
  • Benjamin Levin, 93, Israeli partisan and Holocaust survivor, COVID-19.[504]
  • Peter Madden, 85, English football player (Rotherham United) and manager (Darlington, Rochdale).[505]
  • Vicente Magsaysay, 80, Filipino politician, Governor of Zambales (1968–1986, 1998–2007).[506]
  • Sarah Maldoror, 90, French documentary film director (Sambizanga), COVID-19.[507]
  • Patricia Millardet, 63, French actress (La Boum 2, P’tit Con, La piovra), heart attack.[508]
  • Moraes Moreira, 72, Brazilian guitarist and singer (Novos Baianos), heart attack.[509]
  • Dennis G. Peters, 82, American electrochemist, COVID-19.[510]
  • Avrohom Pinter, 71, British rabbi and politician, Hackney Borough councillor (1982–1990), COVID-19.[511]
  • M. V. Rajasekharan, 91, Indian politician, MP.[512]
  • Zafar Sarfraz, 50, Pakistani cricketer (Peshawar), COVID-19.[513]
  • Bernard Stalter, 63, French entrepreneur and politician, member of the Regional Council of Grand Est (since 2016) and the ESEC (since 2015), COVID-19.[514]
  • Peggy Sullivan, 90, American librarian, president of the American Library Association (1980–1981).[515]
  • Ann Sullivan, 91, American animator (The Lion King, The Little Mermaid, Atlantis: The Lost Empire), COVID-19.[516]

14[edit]

  • Pip Baker, 91, British screenwriter (Doctor Who), complications from a fall.[517]
  • Haydar Baş, 73, Turkish politician, founder and leader of the Independent Turkey Party (since 2002), COVID-19.[518]
  • Paul Bayvel, 71, South African rugby union player (Transvaal, national team), cancer.[519]
  • Nate Brooks, 86, American boxer, Olympic champion (1952).[520]
  • John Collins, 71, Welsh footballer (Portsmouth, Halifax Town, Barnsley).[521]
  • Helen Damico, 89, Greek-born American literary scholar.[522]
  • Miguel Ángel D’Annibale, 61, Argentine Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Río Gallegos (2013–2018) and San Martín (since 2018), leukaemia.[523]
  • Danny Delaney, Irish Gaelic footballer (Laois, Stradbally), COVID-19.[524]
  • Mario Donatone, 86, Italian actor (Phenomena, The Godfather Part III, John Wick: Chapter 2).[525]
  • Sir Roger Du Boulay, 98, British diplomat.[526]
  • Akin Euba, 84, Nigerian musician.[527]
  • Margit Feldman, 90, Hungarian-American educator, activist, and Holocaust survivor, COVID-19.[528]
  • John Forester, 90, American industrial engineer and cycling activist.[529]
  • Ed Genson, 78, American attorney (R. Kelly, Rod Blagojevich, Conrad Black), bile duct cancer.[530]
  • William H. Gerdts, 91, American art historian, COVID-19.[531]
  • Michael Gilkes, 86, Guyanese writer, COVID-19.[532]
  • Judith Innes, 78, American planning theorist, lymphoma.[533]
  • Jon Kilgore, 76, American football player (Los Angeles Rams).[534]
  • Cyril Lawrence, 99, English footballer (Rochdale, Wrexham), COVID-19.[535]
  • John Lee, 92, British politician, MP (1966–1970, 1974–1979).[536]
  • Kerstin Meyer, 92, Swedish mezzo-soprano.[537]
  • Dushyant Ojha, 88, Indian journalist and politician.[538]
  • Aldo di Cillo Pagotto, 70, Brazilian Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Sobral (1998–2004) and Archbishop of Paraíba (2004–2016), COVID-19.[539]
  • Dean Parker, 72, New Zealand screenwriter, journalist and political commentator.[540]
  • Luis Parodi, 83, Ecuadorian engineer and politician, Vice President (1988–1992).[541]
  • Igor Petrov, 86, Russian naval officer and academic.[542]
  • Ignacio Pichardo Pagaza, 84, Mexican politician, Governor of the State of Mexico (1989–1993) and President of the Institutional Revolutionary Party (1994), complications from surgery.[543]
  • Markus Raetz, 78, Swiss painter, sculptor, and illustrator.[544]
  • C. S. Rao, 84, Indian screenwriter (Pranam Khareedu, Sarada Ramudu).[545]
  • Sir Hugh Rossi, 92, British politician, MP (1966–1992) and Minister for Social Security (1981–1983).[546]
  • Maria de Sousa, 80, Portuguese immunologist, COVID-19.[547]
  • Hank Steinbrenner, 63, American sports executive, co-owner of the New York Yankees (since 2008).[548]
  • Ella King Russell Torrey, 94, American human rights activist, COVID-19.[549]
  • Jimmy Webb, 62, American clothing stylist and merchandiser (Trash and Vaudeville), cancer.[550]
  • Peter Whiteside, 67, British Olympic modern pentathlete (1980), COVID-19.[551]
  • Billy Wright, 89, English footballer (Blackpool, Leicester City).[552]
  • Ron Wylie, 86, Scottish football player (Notts County, Aston Villa, Birmingham City) and manager.[553]
  • Kenny Young, 79, American songwriter (“Under the Boardwalk”, “Ai No Corrida”, “Captain of Your Ship”), producer and environmentalist, cancer.[554]

15[edit]

  • Adam Alsing, 51, Swedish television and radio presenter (Big Brother, Adam Live, Mix Megapol), COVID-19.[555]
  • Sean Arnold, 79, English actor (Grange Hill, Bergerac).[556]
  • Ülkü Azrak, 86, Turkish lawyer and academic, COVID-19.[557]
  • John Briggs, 90, American politician, California State Assemblyman (1967–1977) and State Senator (1977–1981).[558]
  • Joe Brown, 89, English mountaineer.[559]
  • John Buchanan, 86, American Episcopal bishop of West Missouri (1990–1999).[560]
  • Ranjit Chowdhry, 64, Indian actor (Bollywood/Hollywood, Last Holiday, The Office), complications from a ruptured ulcer.[561]
  • Eddie Cooley, 87, American songwriter (“Fever”) and singer (“Priscilla”).[562]
  • Allen Daviau, 77, American cinematographer (E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, The Color Purple, Empire of the Sun), COVID-19.[563]
  • Willie Davis, 85, American Hall of Fame football player (Cleveland Browns, Green Bay Packers).[564]
  • Bernard Deconinck, 83, French track cyclist, amateur world motor-paced silver medallist (1959).[565]
  • Brian Dennehy, 81, American actor (First Blood, Tommy Boy, Cocoon), Tony winner (1999, 2003), cardiac arrest due to sepsis.[566]
  • James Doyle, 87, Canadian politician.[567]
  • Rubem Fonseca, 94, Brazilian fiction writer.[568]
  • Dámaso García, 63, Dominican baseball player (Toronto Blue Jays, Montreal Expos) and footballer (national team).[569]
  • Henry Grimes, 84, American jazz musician, COVID-19.[570]
  • Dries Holten, 84, Dutch singer-songwriter.[571]
  • Sir John Houghton, 88, Welsh atmospheric physicist, COVID-19.[572]
  • Dick Hyde, 91, American baseball player (Washington Senators, Baltimore Orioles).[573]
  • Milena Jelinek, 84, Czech-American screenwriter (Forgotten Light), COVID-19.[574]
  • Lee Konitz, 92, American jazz composer and alto saxophonist, COVID-19.[575]
  • Finau Mara, 60, Fijian diplomat and politician, Ambassador-at-large (since 2001).[576]
  • Alfonso Marquez, 82, Filipino Olympic basketball player (1960, 1968).[577]
  • Gary McSpadden, 77, American gospel singer (The Imperials, Gaither Vocal Band), pastor and television host, pancreatic cancer.[578]
  • Eric Mergenthaler, 56, Mexican Olympic sailor (1984, 1988, 1992), and world champion (1992), bicycle accident.[579]
  • Aldo Mongiano, 100, Italian-born Brazilian Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Roraima (1979–1996), complications from a broken femur.[580]
  • Gérard Mulumba Kalemba, 82, Congolese Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Mweka (1989–2017), COVID-19.[581]
  • Bruce Myers, 78, British actor (The Unbearable Lightness of Being, Let There Be Light), comedian, and director, COVID-19.[582]
  • John Pfahl, 81, American photographer, COVID-19.[583]
  • Ann Sayer, 83, English long-distance walker and rower.[584]
  • Shahin Shahablou, 56, Iranian photographer, COVID-19.[585]
  • Siamak Shayeghi, 65, Iranian film director and producer, cancer.[586]
  • George Curtis Smith, 84, American jurist, Judge of the U.S. District Court for Southern Ohio (since 1987).[587]
  • Vesa Törnroos, 37, Finnish Olympic sports shooter (2016), cancer.[588]
  • Dorick M. Wright, 74, Belizean Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Belize City-Belmopan (2006–2017).[589]
  • Rustam Zakirov, 30, Kyrgyz footballer (FC Abdysh-Ata Kant, FC Alga Bishkek).[590]

16[edit]

  • Joseph Adler, 79, American theatre and film director (Scream, Baby, Scream).[591]
  • Christophe, 74, French singer-songwriter (“Aline”), COPD.[592]
  • Gene Deitch, 95, American-born Czech illustrator, animator (Munro, Tom Terrific, Nudnik) and comics artist.[593]
  • Francesco Di Carlo, 79, Italian mobster (Sicilian Mafia) and pentito, COVID-19.[594]
  • Andrew J. Fenady, 91, American screenwriter, producer, and actor (Stakeout on Dope Street, The Young Captives).[595]
  • Howard Finkel, 69, American Hall of Fame professional wrestling ring announcer (WWE).[596]
  • Luiz Alfredo Garcia-Roza, 83, Brazilian professor and writer.[597]
  • Kenneth Gilbert, 88, Canadian harpsichordist, organist and music educator.[598]
  • Victor Hendrix, 84, German Olympic rower (1960).[599]
  • Danièle Hoffman-Rispal, 68, French politician, Deputy (2002–2012).[600]
  • Walter Hoover, 85, American Olympic rower (1952).[601]
  • Jane Dee Hull, 84, American politician, Governor of Arizona (1997–2003) and Secretary of State (1995–1997).[602]
  • Ulrich Kienzle, 83, German author and journalist (ARD, ZDF).[603]
  • Leonie Kooiker, 92, Dutch children’s book writer, Gouden Griffel and Vlag en Wimpel winner.[604]
  • Brian Kyme, 84, Australian Anglican prelate, Assistant Bishop of Perth (1982–1999), cancer.[605]
  • Eric Lambert, 84, Belgian footballer (ARA La Gantoise).[606]
  • Santiago Lanzuela, 71, Spanish politician, President of the Government of Aragon (1995–1999), COVID-19.[607]
  • Jean-Marie Luton, 77, French aerospace engineer, Director General of the European Space Agency (1990–1997).[608]
  • Althea McNish, 95, Trinidadian-British textile designer.[609]
  • Henry Miller, 89, American lawyer and jurist, COVID-19.[610]
  • Bojana Milošević, 54, Serbian-Yugoslavian basketball player, Olympic silver medallist (1988).[611]
  • Bruce Murray, 90, Australian footballer (South Melbourne) and cricketer (Victoria).[612]
  • Arne Nilsen, 96, Norwegian politician, Minister of Local Government (1978–1979) and Social Affairs (1979–1981).[613]
  • Peter Phoenix, 83, English footballer (Oldham Athletic, Rochdale, Stockport County).[614] (death announced on this date)
  • Luis Sepúlveda, 70, Chilean writer and journalist, COVID-19.[615]
  • Shamardal, 18, American-bred British racehorse and sire.[616]
  • Glider Ushñahua, 51, Peruvian lawyer and politician, Congressman (2016–2019), pneumonia.[617]
  • Jack Wallace, 86, American actor (Death Wish, Eagleheart, Boogie Nights).[618]
  • Bohumír Zháňal, 88, Czech Olympic athlete (1960).[619]

17[edit]

  • Bennie G. Adkins, 86, American army Green Beret and intelligence sergeant major, Medal of Honor recipient, COVID-19.[620]
  • Deirdre Bair, 84, American writer and biographer, heart failure.[621]
  • Ton Bakhuis, 66, Dutch futsal player.[622]
  • Jean-François Bazin, 77, French politician and writer.[623]
  • Carlos Contreras, 81, Chilean footballer (Universidad de Chile, national team).[624]
  • Paolo Curcetti, 83, Italian Olympic boxer (1960).[625]
  • George Curtis, 96, English greyhound trainer.[626]
  • Sergio Fantoni, 89, Italian actor (Von Ryan’s Express, Esther and the King, The Manageress).[627]
  • Mohiuddin Faroque, 79, Bangladeshi art director.[628]
  • Gilbert Garcin, 90, French photographer.[629]
  • Ali Suleman Habib, 63, Pakistani businessman, Chairman of Toyota Indus (since 2009).[630]
  • Allan Heyl, South African bank robber (Stander Gang).[631]
  • Norman Hunter, 76, English football player (Leeds United, Bristol City, national team) and manager, world champion (1966), COVID-19.[632]
  • Patricia Kailis, 86, Australian businesswoman, geneticist and neurologist.[633]
  • Abba Kyari, 67, Nigerian politician, Chief of Staff to the President (since 2015), COVID-19.[634]
  • Giuseppi Logan, 84, American jazz musician, COVID-19.[635]
  • Iris Love, 86, American archaeologist and dog breeder, COVID-19.[636]
  • Lukman Niode, 56, Indonesian Olympic swimmer (1984), COVID-19.[637]
  • Hezakiah Oshutapik, 63, Canadian politician, MLA (2011–2013), heart attack.[638]
  • Arlene Saunders, 89, American operatic soprano, COVID-19.[639]
  • Matthew Seligman, 64, English new wave bassist (The Soft Boys, Thompson Twins), COVID-19.[640]
  • Robin Seymour, 94, American disc jockey (CKLW, WKNR) and television host (Swingin’ Time, Teen Town).[641]
  • Gene Shay, 85, American disc jockey (WXPN), co-founder of Philadelphia Folk Festival, COVID-19.[642]
  • James Ewell Brown Stuart IV, 84, American army colonel and museum chairman.[643][better source needed]
  • Sir Alan Traill, 84, British businessman, Lord Mayor of London (1984–1985).[644]
  • Raymond Van Gestel, 90, Belgian footballer (K. Lyra, Verbroedering Geel, national team).[645]
  • Jesús Vaquero, 70, Spanish neurosurgeon, COVID-19.[646]
  • Bobby Winkles, 90, American Hall of Fame baseball coach (Arizona State Sun Devils) and manager (California Angels, Oakland Athletics).[647]
  • Tommy Woods, 86, American politician, Mississippi state representative (1988–2012).[648]

18[edit]

  • Takuo Aoyagi, 84, Japanese engineer and inventor (pulse oximetry).[649]
  • Barbara A. Babcock, 81, American legal scholar, cancer.[650]
  • Erik Belfrage, 74, Swedish diplomat and banking executive, COVID-19.[651]
  • Aurelio Campa, 86, Spanish footballer (Real Madrid).[652]
  • Ratnakar Chaini, 74, Indian writer and academic.[653]
  • Virender Lal Chopra, 83, Indian geneticist and agronomist, director-general of the Indian Council of Agricultural Research (1992–1994).[654]
  • Albert Côté, 93, Canadian politician.[655]
  • Martine Crefcoeur, 84, Dutch actress.[656]
  • Georges Cukierman, 93, French resistance member and communist activist.[657] (death announced on this date)
  • Sue Davies, 87, British gallery director (The Photographers’ Gallery).[658]
  • Amparo Dávila, 92, Mexican writer.[659]
  • Terry Doran, 80, British music manager (Grapefruit).[660]
  • Gulshan Ewing, 92, Indian journalist, COVID-19.[661]
  • Gangchen Tulku Rinpoche, 78, Tibetan Buddhist monk, COVID-19.[662]
  • Allan Gotlieb, 92, Canadian public servant, Ambassador to the United States (1981–1989), cancer and Parkinson’s disease.[663]
  • Loïc Hennekinne, 79, French diplomat and government official.[664]
  • Lennart Jirlow, 83, Swedish painter and scenographer.[665]
  • Tariq Pervez Khan, 72, Pakistani judge, Chief Justice of the Peshawar High Court.[666]
  • Sékou Kourouma, Guinean politician and political aide, Chief of Staff to President Alpha Condé, COVID-19.[667]
  • François Lafortune Jr., 87, Belgian rifle shooter, seven-time Olympic competitor (1952–1976), Parkinson’s disease.[668]
  • Bob Lazier, 81, American racing driver (CART), COVID-19.[669]
  • Jack Lotz, 86, American professional wrestling referee (WWF) and stuntman (Raging Bull, The Siege), COVID-19.[670]
  • Lawrence E. Lucas, 86, American Catholic priest.[671]
  • Edward Millward, 89, Welsh nationalist and educator (Charles, Prince of Wales).[672]
  • Urano Navarrini, 74, Italian footballer, COVID-19.[673]
  • Paul H. O’Neill, 84, American politician, Secretary of the Treasury (2001–2002), lung cancer.[674]
  • Willy Quadackers, 82, Dutch footballer (Fortuna ’54, MVV Maastricht, national team).[675]
  • W. Allyn Rickett, 98, American historian.[676]
  • Jacques Rosny, 81, French actor (The Tenant, Catherine & Co., L.627), COVID-19.[677]
  • André Roumieux, 87, French nurse.[678]
  • Claude Silberzahn, 85, French civil servant, Mayor of Simorre (2001–2014), Director of the Directorate-General for External Security (1989–1993).[679]
  • Robert Kimmel Smith, 89, American author.[680]
  • Lucien Szpiro, 78, French mathematician (Szpiro’s conjecture), heart failure.[681]
  • Gayraud Wilmore, 98, American historian, writer and theologian.[682]

19[edit]

  • Marat Aleksanian, 70, Armenian politician, Minister of Justice (1996–1998).[683]
  • Edmond Baraffe, 77, French football player (Toulouse) and manager (Le Touquet).[684]
  • Peter Beard, 82, American photographer.[685] (body discovered on this date)
  • Cecil Bødker, 93, Danish writer.[686]
  • Stanislav Boyadzhiev, 74, Bulgarian Olympic basketball player (1968).[687]
  • Aileen Carroll, 75, Canadian politician, Minister for International Cooperation (2003–2006).[688]
  • Steve Dalkowski, 80, American baseball player, character inspiration for Bull Durham and The Scout, COVID-19 and dementia.[689]
  • Noach Dear, 66, American jurist, New York Supreme Court judge (since 2015), COVID-19.[690]
  • Dickie Dowsett, 88, English footballer (Southend United, Bournemouth, Crystal Palace), complications from dementia.[691]
  • Peter Dronke, 85, German literary scholar and medievalist.[692]
  • Hector Garrido, 92, Argentine-born American comic book artist.[693]
  • Kevin Gill, 58, English Olympic trap shooter (1992, 1996) and 1990 Commonwealth Games champion.[694]
  • John A. Gordon, 73, American public official, Deputy Director of the CIA (1997–2000), Under Secretary for Nuclear Security (2000–2002) and Homeland Security Advisor (2003–2004).[695]
  • Ton van den Heuvel, 94, Dutch make-up artist.[696] (death announced on this day)
  • Índio, 89, Brazilian footballer (Flamengo, Espanyol, national team).[697]
  • Sergio Onofre Jarpa, 99, Chilean politician, Senator (1973, 1990–1994) and Minister of the Interior (1983–1985), COVID-19.[698]
  • Aleksandr Kapto, 87, Ukrainian sociologist and diplomat.[699]
  • Claude Lafortune, 83, Canadian television presenter, sculptor and costume designer, COVID-19.[700]
  • Robert Loomis, 93, American book editor, complications from a fall.[701]
  • Pellom McDaniels, 52, American football player (Philadelphia Eagles, Kansas City Chiefs, Atlanta Falcons).[702]
  • Harry Müller, 89, German sculptor.[703]
  • Philippe Nahon, 81, French actor (High Tension, I Stand Alone, Calvaire).[704]
  • Bob Oliver, 77, American baseball player (Kansas City Royals, California Angels, Pittsburgh Pirates).[705]
  • Margit Otto-Crépin, 75, German-born French equestrian, Olympic silver medalist (1988).[706]
  • Sy Rogers, 63, American pastor and ex-gay movement activist, kidney cancer.[707]
  • Delphine Serina, 49, French actress (The Liars, On Guard, Tanguy).[708]
  • Milen Tsvetkov, 53, Bulgarian journalist, traffic collision.[709]
  • Alexander Vustin, 76, Russian composer, pneumonia.[710]
  • Ian Whitcomb, 78, English singer-songwriter (“You Turn Me On”) and author.[711]
  • Emina Zečaj, 91, Bosnian sevdalinka singer.[712]

20[edit]

  • Heherson Alvarez, 80, Filipino politician, Senator (1987–1998), Congressman (1998–2001), Minister of Agrarian Reform (1986–1987), COVID-19.[713]
  • Eric Berg, 74, American sculptor.[714]
  • H. G. Carrillo, 60, Cuban-born American writer and academic.[715]
  • Libero Cecchini, 100, Italian architect.[716]
  • Mike Curtis, 77, American football player (Baltimore Colts, Seattle Seahawks, Washington Redskins).[717]
  • Noureddine Diwa, 83, Tunisian footballer (Stade Tunisien, Limoges, national team).[718]
  • Claude Evrard, 86, French actor (Circus Angel, If the Sun Never Returns).[719]
  • Farit Ismeth Emir, 65, Malaysian news anchor (Radio Television Malaysia), lung cancer.[720]
  • Horacio Fontova, 73, Argentine singer, actor and comedian, cancer.[721]
  • Marie Rose Guiraud, 75, Ivorian dancer and choreographer.[722]
  • Zac Henderson, 64, American football player (Philadelphia Eagles).[723]
  • Cliff Holden, 100, English painter, designer and silk screen printer.[724]
  • Tom Lester, 81, American actor (Green Acres, Benji, Gordy), complications from Parkinson’s disease.[725]
  • Krystyna Łybacka, 74, Polish politician, Minister of National Education and Sport (2001–2004) and MEP (2014–2019).[726]
  • Sirio Maccioni, 88, Italian restaurateur and writer, founder of Le Cirque, complications from dementia.[727]
  • Demas Paulus Mandacan, 45, Indonesian politician, Regent of Manokwari (since 2016), heart attack.[728]
  • Ronan O’Rahilly, 79, Irish businessman, founder of Radio Caroline, vascular dementia.[729]
  • Roland Phleps, 95, Romanian-born German sculptor.[730]
  • Gérard Piouffre, 74, French writer and historian.[731]
  • Gabriel Retes, 73, Mexican film director (Paper Flowers, Broken Flag, A Sweet Scent of Death).[732]
  • Manjeet Singh Riyat, 52, British emergency care consultant, COVID-19.[733]
  • Gertrude Rwakatare, 69, Tanzanian politician, MP (since 2007).[734]
  • Josep Sala Mañé, 82, Spanish casteller, founder of Castellers de Barcelona, COVID-19.[735]
  • Don Schultz, 83, American chess expert, presidents of the United States Chess Federation (1996–1999).[736]
  • Rudratej Singh, 46, Indian businessman, CEO of BMW India (since 2019), cardiac arrest.[737]
  • Arsen Yegiazarian, 49, Armenian chess grandmaster.[738]

21[edit]

  • Muhammad Afzal, 81, Pakistani Olympic wrestler (1964), COVID-19.[739]
  • Richard Akinjide, 89, Nigerian jurist, Minister of Justice (1979–1983).[740]
  • Dame Ingrid Allen, 87, Northern Irish neuropathologist.[741]
  • Dave Bacuzzi, 79, English football player (Arsenal, Manchester City, Reading) and manager, COVID-19.[742]
  • Belco Bah, Malian politician, member of the National Assembly for Niono, COVID-19.[743]
  • Nelu Bălășoiu [ro], 71, Romanian folk singer, COVID-19.[744]
  • Koos van den Berg, 77, Dutch politician, MP (1986–2002), COVID-19.[745]
  • Jerry Bishop, 84, American announcer (Judge Judy), heart disease and kidney failure.[746]
  • José María Calleja, 64, Spanish journalist, political prisoner and anti-ETA activist, COVID-19.[747]
  • Ernest Courant, 100, American physicist.[748]
  • Matteo De Cosmo, 52, American art director (Precious, 21 Bridges, The Punisher), COVID-19.[749]
  • Hubert Deittert, 79, German politician, MP (1994–2009).[750]
  • Dimitri Diatchenko, 52, American actor (Chernobyl Diaries, Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions, The Genius Club).[751]
  • Fang Keli, 81, Chinese New Confucian philosopher.[752]
  • Richard Fenno, 93, American political scientist.[753]
  • Philip Foglia, 69, American lawyer and civic activist, advocate for Italian American rights issues, COVID-19.[754]
  • Tina Girouard, 73, American artist, stroke.[755]
  • Derek Jones, 35, American rock guitarist (Falling in Reverse).[756]
  • Abdurrahim El-Keib, 70, Libyan politician, acting Prime Minister (2011–2012), heart attack.[757]
  • Donald Kennedy, 88, American administrator, president of Stanford University (1980–1992), Commissioner of Food and Drugs (1977–1979), COVID-19.[758]
  • Eva Kolínská, 79, Czech Olympic canoeist (1960).[759]
  • Marcel Le Roy, 100, French resistance fighter.[760]
  • Liu Ping-wei, 67, Taiwanese politician, MLY (1999–2002), oral cancer.[761]
  • Lewis MacAdams, 75, American conservationist, poet and artist, co-founder of FoLAR, complications from Parkinson’s disease.[762]
  • Norm Nielsen, 86, American magician.[763]
  • Teruyuki Okazaki, 88, Japanese karate master, founder of the International Shotokan Karate Federation, COVID-19.[764]
  • Jacques Pellen, 63, French jazz guitarist, COVID-19.[765]
  • Gerson Peres, 88, Brazilian politician, lawyer and journalist, Vice Governor of Pará (1979–1983), member of the Chamber of Deputies (1983–2003, 2007–2011), COVID-19.[766] (in Portuguese)
  • Laisenia Qarase, 79, Fijian politician, Prime Minister (2000–2001, 2001–2006).[767]
  • Teresa Rodrigo [es], 63, Spanish physicist (Compact Muon Solenoid, Collider Detector at Fermilab).[768]
  • Joel Rogosin, 87, American television producer (The Virginian, Ironside, Magnum, P.I.), COVID-19.[769]
  • Anna Rottová [cs], 95, Czech actress and drama teacher (DAMU).[770]
  • Florian Schneider, 73, German electronic musician (Kraftwerk), cancer.[771]
  • Sharadchandra Shankar Shrikhande, 102, Indian mathematician, developer of Shrikhande graph.[772]
  • Milt Sunde, 78, American football player (Minnesota Vikings), complications from Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s diseases.[773]
  • Jack Taylor, 84, American politician, member of the Colorado Senate (2000–2008) and House of Representatives (1992–2000), COVID-19.[774]
  • Miguel Ángel Troitiño, 72–73, Spanish geographer, COVID-19.[775]
  • Alan Williams, 84, British writer.[776]
  • Shōmei Yokouchi, 78, Japanese politician, MP (1993–2002) and Governor of Yamanashi Prefecture (2007–2015).[777]

22[edit]

  • Sir Eric Anderson, 83, British educator, Headmaster (1980–1994) and Provost (2000–2009) of Eton College.[778]
  • Bootsie Barnes, 82, American jazz saxophonist.[779]
  • Wilfried de Beauclair, 108, Swiss-born German engineer.[780]
  • Zarbeg Beriashvili, 80, Georgian Olympic wrestler (1964, 1968).[781]
  • Sid Bishop, 86, English footballer (Leyton Orient).[782]
  • Dennis Copps, 91, British-born New Zealand cricket umpire.[783]
  • Marco D’Amico, 84, American mobster.[784]
  • Mort Fallick, 86, American film and television editor (Moonlighting, Love at First Bite) and executive, kidney failure.[785]
  • Dave Fleming, 76, American CFL football player (Hamilton Tiger-Cats).[786]
  • Samantha Fox, 69, American pornographic film actress.[787]
  • Terence Frisby, 87, English playwright (There’s a Girl in My Soup) and actor.[788]
  • Hartwig Gauder, 65, German race walker, Olympic champion (1980), heart attack and kidney failure.[789]
  • Jimmy Goodfellow, 76, English football player (Workington, Rotherham United) and manager (Cardiff City).[790]
  • Oliver Gough, 84, Irish hurler (Rathnure, Wexford, Kilkenny).[791]
  • Louis Haché, 95, Canadian writer (Acadian literature).[792]
  • Rich Hacker, 72, American baseball player (Montreal Expos) and coach (St. Louis Cardinals, Toronto Blue Jays), leukemia.[793]
  • Saadat Husain, 73, Bangladeshi civil servant, Chairman of the Public Service Commission (2007–2011), kidney disease.[794]
  • Bart Johnson, 70, American baseball player (Chicago White Sox), complications from Parkinson’s disease.[795]
  • Sir Peter Jonas, 73, British arts administrator and opera director.[796]
  • Jim Jones, 83, American college athletic director (Ohio State).[797]
  • Mansour Khalid, 89, Sudanese politician, Foreign Minister (1971–1975, 1977).[798]
  • Shirley Knight, 83, American actress (The Dark at the Top of the Stairs, Sweet Bird of Youth, As Good as It Gets).[799]
  • Eva Kotthaus, 87, German actress.[800]
  • Marcos Mundstock, 77, Argentine musician, comedian and actor (Les Luthiers), brain tumor.[801]
  • Zoe Dell Nutter, 104, American dancer, model and philanthropist.[802]
  • John E. Otto, 81, American administrator, acting Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (1987).[803]
  • Catherine Paysan, 93, French writer.[804]
  • El Príncipe Gitano, 88, Spanish flamenco singer and actor, COVID-19.[805]
  • Julian Perry Robinson, 78, British chemist and peace researcher, COVID-19.[806]
  • Paul Ronty, 91, Canadian ice hockey player (New York Rangers, Boston Bruins).[807]
  • Benny Trujillo, 88, American politician, New Mexico state representative (1977–1979).[808]
  • Edward Winchester, 49, Canadian lightweight rower, world champion (2000).[809]

23[edit]

  • Bruce Allpress, 89, New Zealand actor (Came a Hot Friday, The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, The Water Horse: Legend of the Deep), amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.[810]
  • Andy Ayunir [id], 53, Indonesian composer.[811]
  • Pahri Azhari, 57, Indonesian politician, Regent of Musi Banyuasin (2008–2015), traffic collision.[812]
  • Jean-Michel Beau, 76, French gendarme (Irish of Vincennes scandal).[813]
  • James M. Beggs, 94, American businessman, NASA Administrator (1981–1985).[814]
  • Norbert Blüm, 84, German politician, Federal Minister for Social Affairs and Labour (1982–1998).[815]
  • Arief Budiman, 79, Indonesian political activist and sociologist.[816]
  • Heda Čechová, 91, Czech anchorwoman and eventual politician, member of the Czech National Council (1990–1992).[817]
  • Chen Liangting, 91, Chinese translator.[818]
  • Lloyd deMause, 88, American sociologist and psychohistorian.[819]
  • Rinaldo Entingh, 64, Surinamese footballer (Robinhood, national team), traffic collision.[820]
  • Fred the Godson, 35, American DJ and rapper, COVID-19.[821]
  • Usha Ganguly, 75, Indian theatre director and actress, founder of Rangakarmee, cardiac arrest.[822]
  • Peter Gill, 89, English professional golfer, COVID-19.[823]
  • Jacques Kazadi, 83, Congolese economist, professor, and politician.[824]
  • Akira Kume, 96, Japanese actor (The Insect Woman, Tora-san’s Sunrise and Sunset, The Resurrection of the Golden Wolf), heart failure.[825]
  • Terry Lenzner, 80, American lawyer and investigator, pneumonia.[826]
  • Bernardino Lombao, 81, Spanish athlete and businessman.[827]
  • Chris Marcus, 40, American college basketball player (Western Kentucky), pulmonary embolism.[828]
  • Alecos Markides, 77, Cypriot lawyer and politician, MP (1985–1995) and Attorney General (1995–2003).[829]
  • Patrick Leo McCartie, 94, British Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Northampton (1990–2001).[830]
  • John Murphy, 77, Scottish footballer (Ayr United).[831]
  • Kumiko Okae, 63, Japanese actress and television presenter, COVID-19.[832]
  • Henk Overgoor, 75, Dutch footballer (Go Ahead Eagles, De Graafschap), COVID-19.[833]
  • Charles Poots, 90, Northern Irish unionist politician, delegate to the Northern Ireland Constitutional Convention (1975–1976).[834]
  • Kamit Sanbayev, 78, Kazakh singer (Dos Mukasan).[835]
  • Marvin Schick, 85, American political consultant and professor, heart attack.[836]
  • Wada Shu [ja], 81, Japanese actor and playwright, COVID-19.[837]
  • Janusz Symonides, 82, Polish diplomat, writer and jurist.[838]
  • Dan Walters, 53, American baseball player (San Diego Padres), complications of gunshot and traffic collision.[839]
  • Ernst Zägel, 84, German footballer (1. FC Saarbrücken, Saarland national team).[840]

24[edit]

  • Sir James Adams, 87, British diplomat, ambassador to Tunisia (1984–1987) and Egypt (1987–1992).[841]
  • Ebrahim Amini, 94, Iranian politician, member of the Assembly of Experts (1983–2007, since 2016).[842]
  • Hamilton Bohannon, 78, American percussionist, songwriter and record producer.[843]
  • Phil Broadhurst, 70, New Zealand jazz musician, composer and radio presenter.[844]
  • David Daniels, 86, American conductor and author.[845]
  • Kade Diawara, 80, Guinean singer.[846]
  • Lynn Faulds Wood, 72, Scottish television presenter (Watchdog) and journalist, stroke.[847]
  • Seth Frimpong, 49–50, Ghanaian gospel dancer, stroke.[848]
  • Giuseppe Gazzoni Frascara [it], 84, Italian businessman and football executive, Chairman of Bologna (1993–2001).[849]
  • Leo Goodstadt, 81, British-Hong Kong economist.[850]
  • Grandma Lee, 85, American stand-up comedian.[851]
  • Roland Haché, 72, Canadian politician, MLA (1999–2014) and mayor of Petit-Rocher (1995–1999).[852]
  • Richard Hake, 51, American radio journalist (WNYC).[853]
  • Abdullah al-Hamid, 69, Saudi Arabian poet and human rights activist, co-founder of the Saudi Civil and Political Rights Association, stroke.[854]
  • Namio Harukawa, 72, Japanese fetish artist, cancer.[855]
  • Tiede Herrema, 99, Dutch businessman.[856]
  • Mike Huckaby, 54, American deep house and trance DJ, complications from stroke and COVID-19.[857]
  • John Lisnik, 73, American politician, Maine state representative (1980–1990).[858]
  • Aldo Masullo [it], 97, Italian philosopher.[859]
  • Mircea Mureșan, 91, Romanian film director (Răscoala, Blestemul pământului, blestemul iubirii).[860]
  • Ki Daophet Niuhuang [th], 47, Laotian singer.[861]
  • Yukio Okamoto, 74, Japanese diplomat and diplomatic analyst, COVID-19.[862]
  • Joseph S. Pulver Sr., 64, American writer, COPD.[863]
  • Harold Reid, 80, American singer and songwriter (The Statler Brothers), Grammy winner (1965, 1965, 1972), kidney failure.[864]
  • Burton Rose, 77, American nephrologist, COVID-19.[865]
  • Gerard Scholten, 86, Dutch politician, mayor of Heusden (1966–1976) and Schijndel (1976–1998).[866]
  • Yaakov Schwei, 85, American Orthodox rabbi.[867]
  • Harry Sindle, 90, American Olympic sailor.[868]
  • Nic Tummers, 92, Dutch politician, Senator (1974–1995).[869]
  • Martin Ulčák [cs], 56, Czech tobacco and publishing executive and lobbyist, cancer.[870]
  • Juan Vlasco, 51, Mexican cartoonist (Marvel Comics), complications from appendicitis surgery.[871]
  • Graeme Watson, 75, Australian cricketer (national team), cancer.[872]
  • Lee Roy West, 90, American jurist, Judge of the U.S. District Court for Western Oklahoma (since 1979).[873]
  • Don Woan, 92, English footballer (Liverpool).[874]

25[edit]

  • Alan Abel, 91, American percussionist and music educator, COVID-19.[875]
  • India Adams, 93, American singer and actress.[876]
  • James B. Adams, 93, American politician and government official, Associate Director of the FBI (1973–1979).[877]
  • Doug Anakin, 89, Canadian bobsledder, Olympic champion (1964).[878]
  • Khandaker Asaduzzaman, 84, Bangladeshi politician, MP (1996–2001, 2008–2014), heart disease.[879]
  • Erin Babcock, 38, Canadian politician, MLA (2015–2019), uterine cancer.[880]
  • Vytautas Barkauskas, 89, Lithuanian composer.[881]
  • Larry Bradford, 83, American politician, Idaho state representative (2001–2009).[882]
  • Ricardo Brennand, 92, Brazilian building materials executive, real estate investor and art collector, founder of Ricardo Brennand Institute, COVID-19.[883]
  • Marino Casem, 85, American Hall of Fame football coach and administrator (Alcorn State, Southern).[884]
  • Đàm Liên [vi], 74, Vietnamese tuồng actress.[885]
  • Richard Divila, 74, Brazilian motorsports designer, technical director of Fittipaldi Automotive (1975–1982).[886]
  • Liz Edgar, 76, British showjumper, cancer.[887]
  • Per Olov Enquist, 85, Swedish author (The Visit of the Royal Physician), cancer.[888]
  • Erwan Evenou, 80, French writer and activist for the Breton language.[889]
  • Raimund Fellinger [de], 68, German editor and publisher (Suhrkamp Verlag).[890]
  • Hansadutta Swami, 78, German-born American Gaudiya Vaishnava spiritual leader.[891]
  • Thomas Huang, 83, Chinese-born American computer scientist.[892]
  • Henri Kichka, 94, Belgian Holocaust survivor, COVID-19.[893]
  • Kim Chungyum, 96, South Korean diplomat and politician, Minister of Finance (1966) and Industry (1967–1969), Chief of Staff to the President (1969–1979).[894]
  • Mustafa Koçak, Turkish political prisoner, self-imposed starvation.[895]
  • Devanand Konwar, 77, Indian politician, Governor of West Bengal (2009–2010), Bihar (2009–2013) and Tripura (2013–2014).[896]
  • Madeline Kripke, 76, American book collector, COVID-19.[897]
  • Mahendra Kumar, 47, Indian political activist (Bajrang Dal), heart attack.[898]
  • Maurice LeClair, 92, Canadian physician, businessman, civil servant and academic.[899]
  • Robert Mandell, 90, American conductor, COVID-19.[900]
  • Robert Mezey, 85, American poet, pneumonia.[901]
  • Jack Scroby, 83, English rugby union and rugby league player (Bradford Bulls, Halifax) and coach (Huddersfield Giants).[902]
  • Gunnar Seijbold, 65, Swedish photographer, COVID-19.[903]
  • Abdulkarim Shah, 58, Tanzanian politician, MP.[904]
  • Mihai Dimitrie Sturdza [ro], 86, Romanian historian and diplomat.[905]
  • Ravi Vallathol, 67, Indian actor (Mathilukal, Godfather, Dada Sahib).[906]
  • Fré Vooys-Bosma, 93, Dutch politician.[907]
  • Yevgeny Yuryev, 69, Russian military officer and politician, commander of the 5th Air and Air Defence Forces Army (2001–2006).[908]
  • Zarina, 82, Indian-born American artist.[909]

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  • Emilio Allué, 85, Spanish-born American Roman Catholic prelate, Auxiliary Bishop of Boston (1996–2010), COVID-19.[910]
  • Georges-Jean Arnaud, 91, French author.[911]
  • Tomás Balcázar, 88, Mexican footballer (Guadalajara, national team).[912]
  • Lorna Breen, 49, American physician, suicide.[913]
  • Big Al Carson, 66, American blues singer, complications from heart attack.[914]
  • Giulietto Chiesa, 79, Italian journalist and politician, MEP (2004–2009).[915]
  • Guillermo Chifflet, 93, Uruguayan journalist and politician, Deputy (1989–2005) and co-founder of Frente Amplio.[916]
  • Aarón Hernán, 89, Mexican actor (The Garden of Aunt Isabel, Apolinar, Deathstalker and the Warriors from Hell).[917]
  • Peter H. Hunt, 81, American theatre, film and television director (1776, Give ’em Hell, Harry!), complications from Parkinson’s disease.[918]
  • Kauko Juhantalo, 77, Finnish politician, Minister of Trade and Industry (1991–1992), MP (1979–1993, 1995–1999, 2003–2007, 2015–2019), cancer.[919]
  • Nick Kotz, 87, American journalist and author, struck by own vehicle.[920]
  • Tamás Kovács, 79, Hungarian general and prosecutor, Chief Prosecutor of Hungary (2006–2010).[921]
  • Clara Mărgineanu [ro], 47, Romanian arts journalist and writer.[922]
  • Ron Marlenee, 84, American politician, member of the U.S. House of Representatives (1977–1993).[923]
  • Otto Mellies, 89, German theatre, film and voice actor (Hellas ohne Götter, According to the Plan, Stopped on Track).[924]
  • Bijay Mishra, 83, Indian lyricist and screenwriter.[925]
  • Marcel Ospel, 70, Swiss banker, Chairman of UBS (2001–2008).[926]
  • Gideon Patt, 87, Israeli politician, member of the Knesset (1970–1996), Minister of Industry (1979–1984) and Tourism (1981, 1988–1992).[927]
  • Jean-Claude Pertuzé, 70, French comic book artist and illustrator.[928]
  • John Ernest Randall, 95, American ichthyologist.[929]
  • Carlos Regazzoni, 76, Argentine sculptor.[930]
  • Ray Repp, 77, American singer-songwriter, metastatic melanoma.[931]
  • Claudio Risi, 71, Italian film director (I ragazzi della 3ª C, Wedding in Paris), complications from a heart attack.[932]
  • John Rowlands, 73, English footballer (Stockport County, Barrow, Workington), COVID-19.[933]
  • Abolfazl Salabi, 95, Iranian Olympic basketball player (1948).[934]
  • Badruddin Shaikh, 67, Indian politician, COVID-19.[935]
  • Paul J. Smith, 88, American artist and curator, director of the Museum of Arts and Design (1963–1979).[936]
  • Uttam Bandu Tupe, 87, Indian writer and poet.[937]
  • Henri Weber, 75, French politician, Senator (1995–2004) and MEP (2004–2014), COVID-19.[938]

27[edit]

  • Edean Anderson Ihlanfeldt, 90, American golfer.[939]
  • Maryna Bazanova, 57, Russian handball player, Olympic bronze medallist (1988, 1992).[940]
  • Mark Beech, 60, British music critic, complications from a traffic collision.[941] (death announced on this date)
  • Asdrubal Bentes, 80, Brazilian politician, (1979–1983), member of the Chamber of Deputies for Pará (1987–1991, 1997–1999, 2001–2014), COVID-19.[942]
  • Zafar Rasheed Bhatti, 70, Pakistani journalist, COVID-19.[943]
  • Eavan Boland, 75, Irish poet, stroke.[944]
  • Sir Brian Brown, 85, British admiral, Second Sea Lord (1988–1991).[945]
  • Ian Causley, 79, Australian politician, NSW MP (1984–1996) and MP (1996–2007).[946]
  • Yves Corbassière, 94, French artist.[947]
  • Cis Corman, 93, American casting director (Raging Bull, The Deer Hunter, The Prince of Tides).[948]
  • Lam Dorji, 86, Bhutanese military officer, COO of the Royal Bhutan Army (1964–2005).[949]
  • Joseph Errigo, 81, American politician, member of the New York State Assembly (2000–2010, 2016–2018).[950]
  • Marc Garanger, 84, French photographer.[951]
  • Bernard Gersten, 97, American theatrical producer, pancreatic cancer.[952]
  • Johannes Gjerdåker, 84, Norwegian historian and translator.[953]
  • Rollin Glewwe, 86, American politician, member of the Minnesota Senate (1967–1972).[954]
  • Lynn Harrell, 76, American cellist.[955]
  • Robert Herbin, 81, French football player (Saint-Étienne, national team) and manager (Strasbourg).[956]
  • Young Jessie, 83, American R&B singer (The Flairs, The Coasters).[957]
  • Ramon Jimenez Jr., 64, Filipino advertising executive and politician, Secretary of Tourism (2011–2016).[958]
  • Moussa Seybou Kassey, 60–61, Nigerien politician.[959]
  • Mark McNamara, 60, American basketball player (Philadelphia 76ers, San Antonio Spurs, Los Angeles Lakers), heart failure.[960]
  • Sarah Milledge Nelson, 88, American archaeologist and anthropologist.[961]
  • Francesco Perrone, 89, Italian Olympic long-distance runner (1960), COVID-19.[962]
  • Jeannette Pilou, 82, Greek soprano.[963]
  • Doug Robson, 77, English footballer (Darlington F.C.).[964] (death announced on this date)
  • Barbara Rosiek, 60, Polish writer, poet and clinical psychologist.[965]
  • Ashley “Minnie” Ross, 34, American reality television contestant (Little Women: Atlanta), traffic collision.[966]
  • Mohammad Shariff, 99, Pakistani admiral, Chief of Naval Staff (1975–1979) and Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee (1977–1980).[967]
  • Marty Smith, 63, American motocross racer, dune buggy rollover.[968]
  • Troy Sneed, 52, American gospel singer, COVID-19.[969]
  • Chavalit Soemprungsuk, 80, Thai painter and visual artist, National Artist (2014), COVID-19.[970]
  • Scott Taylor, 58, British guitarist (Then Jerico), brain tumour.[971]
  • Suning Wang, 61, Chinese-born Canadian chemist.[972]
  • Nur Yerlitaş, 64, Turkish fashion designer, brain cancer.[973]
  • Dragutin Zelenović, 91, Serbian politician and academic, Prime Minister (1991).[974]

28[edit]

  • Jinnat Ali, 23, Bangladeshi record holder, nation’s tallest person, brain tumor.[975]
  • Bob Betley, 80, American professional golfer.[976]
  • David Boe, 84, American organist and pedagogue, COVID-19.[977]
  • Louis Cardiet, 77, French footballer (Stade Rennais, Paris Saint-Germain, national team).[978]
  • Jamilur Reza Choudhury, 76, Bangladeshi engineer and educationist, Vice-Chancellor of BRACU (2001–2010) and UAP (since 2012), heart attack.[979]
  • Luigi De Rosso, 84, Italian Olympic racewalker (1960).[980]
  • Jill Gascoine, 83, British actress (The Gentle Touch, C.A.T.S. Eyes, The Onedin Line), Alzheimer’s disease.[981]
  • Phillip Harth, 94, American literary scholar.[982]
  • Ladislav Hejdánek, 92, Czech philosopher and political dissident (Charter 77).[983]
  • Bobby Lewis, 95, American singer (“Tossin’ and Turnin'”).[984]
  • Gil Loescher, 75, American political scientist.[985]
  • Paul Marks, 93, American oncologist and academic administrator, President of the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (1980–1999), pulmonary fibrosis and lung cancer.[986]
  • Bobby Martin, 32, American football player born with no legs, ATV accident.[987]
  • Robert May, Baron May of Oxford, 84, Australian scientist (Chaos theory), Chief Scientific Advisor to the UK Government (1995–2000) and President of Royal Society (2000–2005).[988]
  • Kartono Mohamad [id], 81, Indonesian physician.[989]
  • David Mudd, 86, British journalist and politician, MP (1970–1992).[990]
  • Alexander Münninghoff, 76, Polish-born Dutch journalist.[991]
  • Silas Silvius Njiru, 91, Kenyan Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Meru (1976–2004), COVID-19.[992]
  • Eddy Pieters Graafland, 86, Dutch football player (Ajax, Feyenoord, national team) and manager.[993]
  • Vajira Ranaweera, 51, Sri Lankan cricketer (Sri Lanka Police Sports Club).[994]
  • Brian Richardson, 87, Australian cricketer (Tasmania).[995]
  • Michael Robinson, 61, English footballer (Brighton & Hove Albion, Liverpool, Republic of Ireland national team) and sports commentator, melanoma.[996]
  • Syahrul, 59, Indonesian politician, mayor of Tanjung Pinang (since 2018), COVID-19.[997]
  • Armand Vigna, 84, American football coach, COVID-19.[998]
  • Mari Winsor, 70, American pilates instructor.[999]
  • Keith Yandell, 81, American philosopher of religion.[1,000]

29[edit]

  • Hema Bharali, 101, Indian independence activist and social worker.[1,001]
  • Philippe Breton, 83, French Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Aire et Dax (2002–2012).[1,002]
  • Vincent van der Burg, 75, Dutch politician, MP (1982–1998).[1,003]
  • Germano Celant, 79, Italian art historian, curator and critic, COVID-19.[1,004]
  • Trevor Cherry, 72, English footballer (Leeds United, Huddersfield Town, national team).[1,005]
  • Giacomo dalla Torre del Tempio di Sanguinetto, 75, Italian Prince and Grand Master of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta (since 2018).[1,006]
  • Al Edwards, 83, American politician, member of the Texas House of Representatives (1978–2007, 2009–2011).[1,007]
  • Alexander Fernando, 79, Sri Lankan actor (Ahas Gauwa, Christhu Charithaya, Supiri Balawatha).[1,008]
  • Allan Gauden, 75, English footballer (Sunderland).[1,009]
  • Denis Goldberg, 87, South African lawyer and political activist (Rivonia Trial), lung cancer.[1,010]
  • Gale Halderman, 87, American automotive designer, co-creator of the Ford Mustang, liver cancer.[1,011]
  • Yahya Hassan, 24, Danish poet.[1,012]
  • Ji Chaozhu, 90, Chinese diplomat and politician, Ambassador to Fiji (1985–1987) and United Kingdom (1987–1991).[1,013]
  • Jim Keers, 88, English footballer (Darlington).[1,014]
  • Irrfan Khan, 53, Indian actor (Slumdog Millionaire, Life of Pi, The Lunchbox), colon infection.[1,015]
  • Leonid Komogorov, 92, Russian diplomat, Soviet ambassador to Mauritania (1986–1990).[1,016]
  • John Lafia, 63, American screenwriter (Child’s Play), suicide by hanging.[1,017]
  • Martin Lovett, 93, English cellist (Amadeus Quartet).[1,018]
  • Dick Lucas, 86, American football player (Philadelphia Eagles), COVID-19.[1,019]
  • Jānis Lūsis, 80, Latvian Hall of Fame javelin thrower, Olympic champion (1968), cancer.[1,020]
  • Naziha Mestaoui, 44–45, Belgian artist.[1,021]
  • Eva Mottet, 25, French road cyclist.[1,022]
  • Guido Münch, 98, Mexican astronomer and astrophysicist.[1,023]
  • Richard Ndassa, 61, Tanzanian politician, MP (since 1995).[1,024]
  • Erich Schriever, 95, Swiss rower, Olympic silver medallist (1948).[1,025]
  • Matty Simmons, 93, American magazine publisher (National Lampoon) and film producer (Animal House, National Lampoon’s Vacation).[1,026]
  • Maj Sjöwall, 84, Swedish author (Martin Beck).[1,027]
  • Stezo, 51, American rapper, heart disease.[1,028]
  • Miroslav Veverka [cs], 92, Czech high court judge.[1,029]
  • Gerson Victalino, 60, Brazilian Olympic basketball player (1984, 1988, 1992).[1,030]
  • Roger Westman, 80, English architect.[1,031]
  • Stefano Zacchetti, 51, Italian academic.[1,032]

30[edit]

  • Suleiman Adamu, Nigerian politician, member of the Nasarawa State House of Assembly, COVID-19.[1,033]
  • Ranu Devi Adhikari, 83, Nepali singer.[1,034]
  • Aloysius Ahearn, 94, American politician, Connecticut state representative (1975–1977, 1979–1981).[1,035]
  • Tony Allen, 79, Nigerian drummer (Fela Kuti, The Good, the Bad & the Queen, Rocket Juice & the Moon), ruptured aneurysm.[1,036]
  • John Bryant, 76, British journalist and newspaper editor (The Daily Telegraph, The European, The Sunday Correspondent).[1,037]
  • Óscar Chávez, 85, Mexican singer, songwriter and actor, COVID-19.[1,038]
  • Jordan Cox, 27, English rugby league player (Hull Kingston Rovers, Warrington Wolves, Doncaster).[1,039]
  • Wally K. Daly, 79, English writer.[1,040]
  • Chuni Goswami, 82, Indian footballer (Mohun Bagan, national team) and cricketer (Bengal), cardiac arrest.[1,041]
  • Tom Hautekiet, 50, Belgian graphic designer and illustrator.[1,042]
  • BJ Hogg, 65, Northern Irish actor (Give My Head Peace, City of Ember, Your Highness).[1,043]
  • Kundanika Kapadia, 93, Indian novelist.[1,044]
  • Rishi Kapoor, 67, Indian actor (Bobby, Do Dooni Chaar, Kapoor & Sons), complications from bone marrow cancer.[1,045]
  • John Kasser, 82, American college athletic director (Houston, UC Santa Barbara, California).[1,046]
  • Michael Keenan, 80, American actor (Picket Fences).[1,047]
  • Frederick Kroesen, 97, American Army general.[1,048]
  • Deepak Lal, 80, Indian economist.[1,049]
  • Sam Lloyd, 56, American actor (Scrubs, Galaxy Quest) and musician (The Blanks), complications from lung cancer.[1,050]
  • Jean-Marc Manducher, 71, French sports executive (Oyonnax Rugby), COVID-19.[1,051]
  • Susana Ortiz [es], 72, Argentine actress (El Mundo que inventamos).[1,052]
  • Bong Osorio, 66, Filipino media executive and communication professor.[1,053]
  • Manuel Vieira Pinto, 96, Portuguese-born Mozambican Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop and Archbishop of Nampula (1967–2000).[1,054]
  • Billy Ringrose, 89, Irish Olympic equestrian (1956, 1960).[1,055]
  • Sylvie Vincent, 79, Canadian anthropologist, COVID-19.[1,056]
  • Gerhard Zebrowski, 80, German footballer (SV Werder Bremen, OSC Bremerhaven).[1,057]

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  • ^ Prof Dr. Hagop Terzan Aramidzan Ayrildi (in Turkish)
  • ^ Obituary: Glamorgan and England cricketer Peter Walker
  • ^ Legendary LaLiga boss Radomir Antić passes away
  • ^ Veteran Malayalam music director MK Arjunan Master passes away
  • ^ Helène Aylon, Eco-Feminist Artist Who Pondered Change, Is Dead at 89 of Coronavirus-Related Causes
  • ^ Haiti-Foot: Claude Barthélemy de la génération 1974 est mort (in French)
  • ^ Muere Benet i Jornet, referente de la dramaturgia catalana, a los 79 años a causa del coronavirus (in Spanish)
  • ^ Black The Ripper dead at 32 – Rapper who fought to legalise marijuana in UK dies
  • ^ Marcel Boillat s’en est allé (in French)
  • ^ Ancien directeur de l’OFEV, le Fribourgeois Marc Chardonnens est décédé (in French)
  • ^ Muere Alfonso Cortina, expresidente de Repsol, por coronavirus (in Spanish)
  • ^ Lutto a Campodimele per la scomparsa del prof. Pietro Cugini (in Italian)
  • ^ John Beamish Dossetor
  • ^ James Drury, Star of ‘The Virginian,’ Dies at 85
  • ^ One of New Zealand cricket’s first big-hitting batsmen has died
  • ^ E’ morto Francioli, con il suo spot lanciò su Carosello l’industria aretina e la Fiera (in Italian)
  • ^ Gyász: elhunyt Füzesi Ferenc egykori válogatott kézilabdázó (in Hungarian)
  • ^ Gerhard Giebisch
  • ^ Bruce Gonsalves
  • ^ Earl Graves, Sr., founder of Black Enterprise Magazine, dies at 85
  • ^ Addio Guenza, ex giocatore e tecnico laziale (in Italian)
  • ^ Onaje Allan Gumbs, Pianist Whose Reach Spanned the Soulful and the Smooth, Dies at 70
  • ^ Comedian Vic Henley Dies at 57
  • ^ Georgia state Sen. Jack Hill has died
  • ^ Al Kaline, Detroit Tigers legend, dies at age 85
  • ^ Misdaadjournalist Hendrik Jan Korterink (64) overleden (in Dutch)
  • ^ Coronavirus: décès de l’historien Jacques Le Brun (in French)
  • ^ L’économiste de la santé Claude Le Pen est mort (in French)
  • ^ Ex-Docker Leach dies after cancer battle
  • ^ Renowned Guelph children’s author Jean Little passes away
  • ^ Adlin V. Clarke
  • ^ RIP Singer Mary McPartlan
  • ^ Marine scientist Trevor Platt passes away
  • ^ William R. Polk, Historian and Middle East Envoy, Dies at 91 (registration required)
  • ^ Kannada comedian Bullet Prakash succumbs to a liver problem
  • ^ Lucien Schmitthäusler : un poète du platt s’est éteint (in French)
  • ^ James Floyd Scott (in Slovene)
  • ^ Dr. S. Fred Singer, R.I.P.
  • ^ Mark Steiner (1942-2020)
  • ^ Tributes paid to Madras rugby stalwart and former SRU president Jock Steven who has died aged 84
  • ^ In Memory: Dr. Eugene Stowe
  • ^ Archbishop Stephen Sulyk, Metropolitan emeritus of the Philadelphia Archeparchy, passed away earlier today.
  • ^ Riay Tatary, presidente de la Comisión Islámica de España, muere por coronavirus (in Spanish)
  • ^ Meninggal Dunia, Naek L Tobing Positif Corona (in Indonesian)
  • ^ Goucher community mourns death of honored community member
  • ^ Tim White (1952-2020)
  • ^ אמן הצלליות ממרוקו שכבש את (in Hebrew)
  • ^ A fond farewell to jazz and big band singer Betty Bennett Lowe
  • ^ Décès de l’ancien ministre de l’Intérieur Christian Bonnet (in French)
  • ^ Swiss hockey great Roger Chappot dies due to coronavirus
  • ^ Robert Chaudenson, le défenseur du Créole Réunionnais, a succombé au Covid-19 (in French)
  • ^ Vale The Honourable James George Clarko AM
  • ^ Mort de Jean-Laurent Cochet, le maître de théâtre de Depardieu, Huppert, Auteuil, Béart… (in French)
  • ^ Peter Cory 1925–2020
  • ^ Faith Dane Dead at 96
  • ^ Robert Bunyan Davie, Sr. Obituary
  • ^ Ex-Iran forward Esmaeili passes away
  • ^ Steven O. Farmer December 31, 1948 ~ April 7, 2020
  • ^ Charlotte Figi, 13-year-old Coloradan who inspired CBD reform, dies after family suspects she contracted coronavirus
  • ^ Hommage à Jacques Frémontier (in French)
  • ^ Allen Garfield, Actor in ‘The Conversation,’ ‘The Stunt Man’ and ‘Nashville,’ Dies at 80
  • ^ Henry Graff
  • ^ Rabbi Yehuda Leib Groner, 88, OBM
  • ^ Irene Hirano Inouye, widow of Sen. Inouye, dies at 71
  • ^ Veteran Somali Musician Ahmed Ismail Hussein Has Died
  • ^ Ex-MP MA Jabbar dies
  • ^ Actor Sasi Kalinga passes away
  • ^ Профессор-физик Мишик Казарян умер в Москве от осложнений COVID-19 (in Russian)
  • ^ Ve věku 89 let zemřel profesor, historik a disident Jan Křen. (in Czech)
  • ^ Col. John Lewis succumbs to COVID-19
  • ^ Frederick Thomas Mandeville
  • ^ John Matias, major leaguer and father of former UH standout, dies at 76
  • ^ Roger Matthews obituary
  • ^ Mensah
  • ^ Head of Agudath Israel, the Novominsker Rebbe, Succumbs to the Coronavirus at 89
  • ^ John Prine, One of America’s Greatest Songwriters, Dead at 73
  • ^ مؤسسة الشيخ الوائلي تنعي العلامة د. جودت القزويني (in Arabic)
  • ^ Detective who jailed Kray twins dies ‘after contracting coronavirus’
  • ^ Oud-burgemeester van Oldenzaal Jan Reijnen (93) overleden (in Dutch)
  • ^ Coronavirus, morto Donato Sabia: fu due volte finalista alle Olimpiadi (in Italian)
  • ^ Schmidt ‘righted the program’ in aftermath of slush-fund scandal at Illinois
  • ^ Paul Rouse: Belief central to Fr Tom Scully’s sermon to the Faithful
  • ^ Former NSS president Barbara Smoker dies at 96
  • ^ Dr Adrian V Stokes OBE Tribute
  • ^ In memoriam: André Stordeur (1941–2020) (in French)
  • ^ Falleció en Roma el padre venezolano de ascendencia libanesa, Miguel Ángel Tábet (in Spanish)
  • ^ Le comédien Ghyslain Tremblay est décédé (in French)
  • ^ Domingo Villanueva, 55
  • ^ Hal Willner: music producer and SNL supervisor dies aged 64
  • ^ Oud-ruiter Wouters (86), lid van Sportploeg van 1977, overleden (in Dutch)
  • ^ Siri Berg
  • ^ Coronavirus News: Former New York State Assemblyman Richard Brodsky dies from COVID-19
  • ^ Supermarket founder Dirk van den Broek dies age 96
  • ^ L. Carl Brown, Garrett Professor in Foreign Affairs, Emeritus, Dies at 91.
  • ^ Czech glass artist Jaroslava Brychtova dies at 95
  • ^ Rings Of Stone: Excavating The Legacies of Aubrey Burl
  • ^ Vitesse-icoon Bosko Bursac (74) overleden (in Dutch)
  • ^ Robert Carroll, Who Studied Amphibian Evolution, Dies
  • ^ Elly Coenen overleden, daadkrachtige burgemeester die streed voor emancipatie (in Dutch)
  • ^ Carl E. Dobkins
  • ^ Fleet Street Photographer John Downing Who Documented War Zones in 100 States Dies Aged 79
  • ^ Zimbabwean Jackie du Preez who played for South Africa dies at 77
  • ^ Cornetist Peter Ecklund has died
  • ^ Addio a Madeleine Fischer, la «ragazza triste» di Antonioni (in Italian)
  • ^ Martin S. Fox
  • ^ Glenn Fredly Meninggal Dunia (in Indonesian)
  • ^ Children’s rights advocate Norah Gibbons dies
  • ^ Nekrolog: Bjørn Haug (in Norwegian)
  • ^ Former Mizoram Assembly speaker Hiphei dies at 82
  • ^ John Spencer Hughes
  • ^ Muere por coronavirus Miguel Jones, otra leyenda del Atlético de Madrid (in Spanish)
  • ^ Former state rep Bernie Juskiewicz dies of coronavirus
  • ^ Actress Lois Kelly Miller Has Died
  • ^ In Memoriam: Joel J. Kupperman
  • ^ Paul Lambert: Ex-BBC producer who was ‘fixture of politics’ dies
  • ^ Dalla serie A alla morte al Pat: addio a Francesco La Rosa (in Italian)
  • ^ Ted E. Leverenz
  • ^ Frölundas första guldkapten död (in Swedish)
  • ^ Congo : Décès de François Luc Macosso (in French)
  • ^ Le jésuite Henri Madelin est décédé (in French)
  • ^ Rick May, voice of the Soldier in Team Fortress 2, has died
  • ^ Décès de David Méresse (in French)
  • ^ Скончался бывший премьер Молдовы Валериу Муравски (in Russian)
  • ^ Dr Norman I. Platnick (1951–2020)
  • ^ L’ancien maire de Dijon Robert Poujade est mort (in French)
  • ^ Toni Tepe Dies at 75; Former Huntington Supervisor and Republican Stalwart
  • ^ Dr. John A. Rocco, South Jersey educator, politician, and family man, dies at 83
  • ^ Chynna Rogers, Philadelphia rapper, dies of drug overdose at 25
  • ^ Trax Records Founder Larry Sherman Dies
  • ^ Pat Stapleton, former Blackhawks captain, dies at 79
  • ^ Linda Tripp dead: Clinton sex scandal whistleblower dies from cancer aged 70
  • ^ Māoridom mourns reo Māori stalwart, Dr Huirangi Waikerepuru
  • ^ ‘Everything you could ask for in a leader’: Al Wilkening, who led Wisconsin National Guard during Iraq and Afghanistan wars, has died
  • ^ Tidligere Hydro-sjef Torvild Aakvaag er død (in Norwegian)
  • ^ National Professor Sufia Ahmed passes away
  • ^ Louisiana lawmaker Reggie Bagala dies amid battle with coronavirus at age 54
  • ^ Obituary: Dame Jocelyn Barrow, pioneer who was champion of race equality
  • ^ TV, radio icon Leila Benitez-McCollum dies of COVID-19 complications in New York
  • ^ Stade Brestois. Décès de l’ancien gardien de but, Daniel Bernard (in French)
  • ^ Purcell all-state athlete, Cincinnati Reds outfielder Jim Bolger dead at 88
  • ^ Thomas Bruce
  • ^ Jacques Calvet, la mort d’un patron star (in French)
  • ^ James Conacher Obituary
  • ^ Elizabeth de la Porte 1941-2020
  • ^ Dhargalkar
  • ^ Time Bandits, Return of the Jedi Actor Malcolm Dixon Dies at 66
  • ^ Mort Drucker, the iconic Mad magazine cartoonist, dies at 91
  • ^ Coronavirus : Marc Engels, ingénieur du son pour « Le Bureau des légendes », est mort (in French)
  • ^ Oud-burgemeester Paul Gilissen van Valkenburg overleden (in Dutch)
  • ^ Obituary of Mark Golden
  • ^ Tributes to Professor Harvey Goldstein
  • ^ Bassist Andy González, Who Brought Bounce To Latin Dance And Jazz, Dies At 69
  • ^ Gabon-Nécrologie : Simplice Guédet Manzela n’est plus, est mort à 71 ans (in French)
  • ^ Bishop Clément-Joseph Hannouche
  • ^ 【詠春】葉問詠春澳門第一人 何金銘師傅因新冠肺炎逝世 享年96 (in Chinese)
  • ^ Zemřel právník a někdejší politik Zdeněk Jičínský (in Czech)
  • ^ Voormalig OOR-redacteur Bert van de Kamp (73) overleden (in Dutch)
  • ^ Obituaries » Jay K. Katzen
  • ^ Остановилось сердце 53-кратного чемпиона Эстонии (in Russian)
  • ^ Пораскинь советскими мозгами
  • ^ Lesbian pioneer Phyllis Lyon dies
  • ^ La mort de Liliane Marchais, veuve de l’ancien dirigeant du Parti communiste (in French)
  • ^ Virginia Savage McAlester, best-selling author and ‘Queen of Dallas Preservation,’ dies at 76
  • ^ Décès à 74 ans de Guy Miserque, l’une des plus grandes légendes du hockey belge (in French)
  • ^ 村田直樹さんが死去 柔道の嘉納治五郎研究の第一人者 (in Japanese)
  • ^ Tributes paid after former Basingstoke cricketer dies from Covid-19
  • ^ Tributes paid as world’s oldest podcaster dies aged 101
  • ^ Schauspieler Ernst-Georg Schwill gestorben (in German)
  • ^ 関根潤三さん死去 大洋とヤクルトで監督 93歳 (in Japanese)
  • ^ Скончался композитор Дмитрий Смирнов (in Russian)
  • ^ Disparition du directeur photo Jean-Pierre St-Louis (in French)
  • ^ Richard Teitelbaum, Experimentalist With An Earth-Spanning Ear, Dead At 80
  • ^ PVCA saddened by death of Taufiq Tirmizi
  • ^ Saul Turteltaub — Writer-Producer on ‘Sanford and Son,’ ‘That Girl’ and ‘What’s Happening!!’ — Dies at 87
  • ^ Homeless charity founder dies leaving ‘legacy of love’
  • ^ ‘한국 새의 아버지’ 조류학자 원병오 교수 별세 (in Korean)
  • ^ Former Hawkeye James Youel Passes
  • ^ Mike Auret (1936 – 2020): A lifelong campaigner to reveal the truth about Zimbabwe’s independence
  • ^ Bruce Baillie, avant-garde filmmaker who turned picket fence into art, dies at 88
  • ^ El fútbol cubano pierde a uno de sus mejores porteros (in Spanish)
  • ^ St. Louis blues legend Big George Brock has died, family confirms
  • ^ Doliu în lumea teatrului. Actriţa Olga Bucătaru a murit la vârsta de 78 de ani (in Romanian)
  • ^ El exministro y exdiputado lucense Carro Martínez fallece a los 96 años en Madrid (in Spanish)
  • ^ Iraqi architect Rifat Chadirji dies of COVID-19
  • ^ رحيل الشاعرة العراقية أميرة نور الدين (in Arabic)
  • ^ Lucie Dolène, voix emblématique de Blanche-Neige, est morte à 88 ans (in French)
  • ^ Former Gujarat cricketer Walter D’Souza passes away
  • ^ Mary Jane Fate, who strove to improve life for Alaska Natives, dies
  • ^ Archbishop Nicholas Marcus Fernando
  • ^ Oud-international Flinkevleugel, die met DWS historie schreef, overleden (in Dutch)
  • ^ Harlem Blues: Remembering Sam Hargress Jr.
  • ^ Padma Shri singer Shanti Hiranand passes away at 87
  • ^ Vocalist Ceybil Jefferies, Also Known As Sweet Sable, Has Died From Coronavirus
  • ^ Rear Adm. Ronald J. Kurth, 45th President, Naval War College, Passes Away
  • ^ Karl Gordon Lark
  • ^ Gifta i 65 år – Marianne och Kjell dog i corona (in Swedish)
  • ^ Jymie Merritt, Bassist Who Brought a Rooted Yet Exploratory Spirit to Post-Bop, Dies at 93
  • ^ Muere Enrique Múgica, ex ministro de Justicia y Defensor del Pueblo (in Spanish)
  • ^ “Bas Mulder”, een voorbeeld… (in Dutch)
  • ^ Nobuhiko Obayashi Dies: Influential Japanese Filmmaker Was 82
  • ^ Nuamah Donkor mourns Jacob Plange-Rhule
  • ^ Aude – Décès de Marcel Rainaud : une vie politique (in French)
  • ^ Marke K. Raines
  • ^ Eagles mourn the passing of Hall of Famer Pete Retzlaff
  • ^ Le cinéaste Francis Reusser est décédé (in French)
  • ^ ‘Seismic’ loss: Diane Rodriguez, longtime champion of theater artists of color, dies
  • ^ Carlo Sabatini, morto il doppiatore di Morgan Freeman e Ian Mckellen (in Italian)
  • ^ Oud-PvdA-Eerste Kamerlid Ing Yoe Tan overleden (in Dutch)
  • ^ Abigail Thernstrom, R.I.P.
  • ^ In Vlissingen geboren dichter Hans Verhagen overleden: ‘Zonder overdrijving de grootste dichter van Nederland’ (in Dutch)
  • ^ Watson Roy
  • ^ Tom Webster, former Kings coach and standout WHA player, dies at 71
  • ^ Farewell to Rangers’ Trophy legend Alf
  • ^ Muere la escritora puertorriqueña Iris Zavala por coronavirus en España (in Spanish)
  • ^ R.I.P. Non-Speaking Advocate Mel Baggs
  • ^ Bishop Simon Barrington-Ward has died
  • ^ ‘They will miss him’: Tributes flow for former Richmond footballer and educator Michael Bowden
  • ^ RIP, Colby Cave
  • ^ Hélène Châtelain nous a quittés RIP (in French)
  • ^ Stanley Chera, titan of NYC retail, dies of coronavirus
  • ^ Bo Højgaard Christensen (in Danish)
  • ^ Il matematico John Horton Conway è morto di Covid-19 all’età di 82 anni (in Italian)
  • ^ Köbi Gantenbein: Der Kirchenbaumeister ist im Himmel (in German)
  • ^ Si è spento dopo una lunga malattia il Vescovo emerito Mariano De Nicolò (in Italian)
  • ^ Murray William Dorin
  • ^ Antonio Ferres en su encierro (in Spanish)
  • ^ Paul Haddad, voice of Resident Evil 2’s Leon, has died
  • ^ Alfred Hagn : Traueranzeige (in German)
  • ^ Wynn Handman, co-founder of the American Place Theatre, dies at 97
  • ^ Margot Tenney
  • ^ Florida Representative Kristin Jacobs passes away from cancer
  • ^ Ezekiel Kalipeni
  • ^ Edem Kodjo: Togo mourns ex-Prime Minister, Africa remembers ex-OAU chief
  • ^ «Αντίο» στον δικό μας Περικλή (in Greek)
  • ^ 琵琶大师刘德海病逝,终年82岁 (in Chinese)
  • ^ A Profound Loss, Ruth B. Mandel
  • ^ Australian wonder horse Might And Power dies aged 26
  • ^ Muid Latif (24.2.1979 – 11.4.2020)
  • ^ Garth Owen-Smith (1944-2020) – A great tree has fallen
  • ^ Morto Luciano Pellicani, fu il teorico del socialismo riformista di Craxi (in Italian)
  • ^ Chief Justice Lenore Prather, first woman to serve on Miss. Supreme Court, dies at 88
  • ^ Lowell Reed Jr., federal judge in Philadelphia for more than two decades, dies at 89
  • ^ Muere Gus Rodríguez, escritor, conductor y gamer, confirmó su amigo Eugenio Derbez (in Spanish)
  • ^ Tombs, Francis Leonard (Lord Tombs of Brailes)
  • ^ Umrl je upokojeni ljubljanski nadškof metropolit Alojz Uran (in Slovene)
  • ^ Arne Wilhelmsen, a founder of Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd., dies at 90
  • ^ Gillian Wise obituary
  • ^ حقيقة وفاة فاروق أبوعيسى السياسي السوداني البارز (in Arabic)
  • ^ Muere Francisco Aritmendi, único atleta español que ganó un Mundial de Cross (in Spanish)
  • ^ Coronavirus: The lives lost in a single day
  • ^ Former Chief Rabbi Eliyahu Bakshi-Doron passes away of coronavirus
  • ^ Apostolic Vicar of Northern Arabia, Bishop Camillo Ballin passes away at 76
  • ^ Le comédien Maurice Barrier est mort des suites du coronavirus (in French)
  • ^ Grand Duchess Maria Teresa of Luxembourg’s uncle dies from coronavirus
  • ^ Merci, Monsieur Beauchamp (in French)
  • ^ Former Cubs second baseman Glenn Beckert has died
  • ^ Mary Begoña, vedette y actriz, fallece a los 95 años (in Spanish)
  • ^ Til Minne Om Axel Berg (in Norwegian)
  • ^ Minneord om Elisabeth Berge (in Norwegian)
  • ^ Kishen Bholasing verruilt het tijdelijke voor het eeuwige (in Dutch)
  • ^ Peter Bonetti dead: Former Chelsea and England goalkeeper ‘The Cat’ passes away, aged 78
  • ^ Tim Brooke-Taylor dead: Comedian and actor dies aged 79 after contracting coronavirus
  • ^ L’ex international Daniel Camiade nous a quittés (in French)
  • ^ Ex-Prime Minister Chung passes way at 91
  • ^ Jacques De Decker, écrivain et ancien journaliste au «Soir», a tiré sa révérence (in French)
  • ^ Pianist Louis van Dijk overleden (in Dutch)
  • ^ Former Treasury secretary Ted Evans dead at 79
  • ^ Edwards
  • ^ Former Royals, Cubs Manager Jim Frey Dies at Age 88
  • ^ 声優・藤原啓治さん死去 55歳 『クレヨンしんちゃん』野原ひろし役など (in Japanese)
  • ^ Danny Goldman, The Voice Of Brainy Smurf, Dies Aged 80
  • ^ Former University of Evansville basketball standout Sascha Hupmann dies
  • ^ Former NFL QB Tarvaris Jackson dies in car crash
  • ^ Tampereen yliopiston matematiikan professori Mikko Kaasalainen on kuollut (in Finnish)
  • ^ Former Nova Scotia MLA Bill Langille passes away on Easter Sunday
  • ^ Abdul Majed, who murdered Bangladesh founding father and ‘hid’ in Kolkata, executed
  • ^ Direct. Covid-19 : en France, un huitième jésuite emporté la nuit de Pâques
  • ^ Jacques Maury, un raconteur d’H (h)istoire, par le pasteur Stéphane Lavignotte (in French)
  • ^ Former West Virginia Mountaineer Passes Away
  • ^ Finistère. Décès de Charles Miossec, ancien président du conseil général et maire de Landisiviau (in French)
  • ^ F1 legend Sir Stirling Moss dies, age 90
  • ^ Jon Ola Norbom (in Norwegian)
  • ^ Former WCW Announcer Joe Pedicino Passes Away At 70
  • ^ Progressive journalist-poet and activists Ahfazur Rahman passed away
  • ^ Joel M. Reed Dies, Bloodsucking Freaks Director Was 86
  • ^ Muere presidente de la BMV a un mes de dar positivo a COVID-19 (in Spanish)
  • ^ Doug Sanders, colorful 20-time winner without a major, dies
  • ^ Broadway Composer Milton Schafer Has Passed Away
  • ^ Fallece Carlos Seco Serrano, maestro de la Historia de España (in Spanish)
  • ^ Statement on the Passing of Hon. Charles A. Shaw
  • ^ О кончине В.С.Сидорова (in Russian)
  • ^ Somali state minister dies from coronavirus
  • ^ Albino-gemeenschap verliest boegbeeld Josephat Torner door verkeersongeluk (in Dutch)
  • ^ Coronavirus – Mort de Samuel Wembe, homme d’affaires, administrateur de la FECAFOOT et ex président de Racing club de Bafoussam (in French)
  • ^ Former Hawaii State Rep. Dennis Yamada Dies at 75
  • ^ 深切悼念郁铭芳院士:人生“丝”路走一回 (in Chinese)
  • ^ Mor Baldiri Alavedra (in Catalan) code: cat promoted to code: ca;
  • ^ Legendary Radio Announcer Dies from COVID-19 Complications
  • ^ William Bailey, Modernist Figurative Painter, Dies at 89
  • ^ Traploper Voor Radboud Van Beekum (1950-2020) (in Dutch)
  • ^ L’astrophysicien, Jacques Blamont, un des pères de l’aventure spatiale française, est mort (in French)
  • ^ Dave Corbett R.I.P
  • ^ Muere por coronavirus Juan Cotino, exdirector de la Policía Nacional y antiguo dirigente del PP (in Spanish)
  • ^ John Dennis
  • ^ Senior Advocate And Former Attorney General For India Ashok Desai Passes Away
  • ^ L’écrivain Alain Duret, qui résidait à Quincy depuis plusieurs années, est décédé (in French)
  • ^ Le comédien Pierre Ébert, notamment connu pour son rôle de Pépère Bougon, est décédé à l’âge de 81 ans (in French)
  • ^ Jens Erik Fenstad (in Norwegian)
  • ^ David Giralt, Sr.
  • ^ Jerry Givens, executioner turned death-penalty critic, dies
  • ^ Glenna Goodacre passes away at the age of 80
  • ^ Harrison, popular Lobos coach in 6-22 season, dies
  • ^ Buddhist monk U Pannya Jota Mahathera passes away
  • ^ Suad Karajica
  • ^ Suri Ryo Kawasaki (in Estonian)
  • ^ The death has occurred of Shay Keogh
  • ^ The passing of Tom Kunz
  • ^ Muere Landelino Lavilla, consejero de Estado y presidente del Congreso durante el 23-F (in Spanish)
  • ^ L’historien jésuite Philippe Lécrivain est décédé (in French)
  • ^ Jewish Partisan Hero Dies of Coronavirus
  • ^ Bradford born star who played in first League Cup final dies
  • ^ Former Zambales governor Vic Magsaysay passes away
  • ^ Morreu Sarah Maldoror, uma pioneira do cinema africano (in Portuguese)
  • ^ Morta Patricia Millardet, la giudice della ‘Piovra’ (in Italian)
  • ^ Morre o cantor e compositor Moraes Moreira (in Portuguese)
  • ^ IU chemistry professor Dennis Peters dies from complications of COVID-19
  • ^ Renowned British Rabbi Avraham Pinter succumbs to COVID-19
  • ^ Veteran Cong leader Rajasekharan passes away
  • ^ Covid-19 claims Pakistan first-class cricketer Zafar Sarfraz
  • ^ Coronavirus : Bernard Stalter, président de la chambre des métiers d’Alsace et de France, est mort (in French)
  • ^ Peggy Sullivan
  • ^ Ann Sullivan, Longtime Disney Animator, Is Third Coronavirus Death At Motion Picture Home Facility
  • ^ Pip Baker 1928 – 2020
  • ^ Лидер турецкой партии умер от COVID-19 (in Russian)
  • ^ Former Springbok scrumhalf Paul Bayvel dies
  • ^ Nathan E. Brooks
  • ^ Obituary – John Collins
  • ^ Dr. Helen (Pittas) Damico
  • ^ Falleció Mons. Miguel Ángel D’Annibale, obispo de San Martín (in Spanish)
  • ^ Danny Delaney, Theresa Sherlock, Ger O’Neill and Velma Jackson – some of Covid-19’s victims
  • ^ Addio all’attore Mario Donatone, da sicario del Padrino 3 ai film di Tomas Milian (in Italian)
  • ^ Old Wykehamist Obituaries
  • ^ Akin Euba, the father of African pianism, dies at 84
  • ^ Holocaust survivor who shared her story with students dies from coronavirus
  • ^ Death Of A ‘Dinosaur:’ Anti-Cycleway Campaigner John Forester Dies, Aged 90
  • ^ Legendary criminal defense attorney Ed Genson, who represented the famous and the infamous, has died
  • ^ William Gerdts
  • ^ Guyanese playwright Michael Gilkes dies from COVID-19 complications
  • ^ Judith Innes, Planning Theorist, Dies at 78
  • ^ Jon Kilgore
  • ^ 99 year old Salford man and ex-pro footballer beaten by coronavirus
  • ^ Members of our Association who have died during 2020
  • ^ Kerstin Meyer, popular Swedish operatic mezzo-soprano (registration required)
  • ^ सीपीआई के दुष्यंत ओझा का निधन (in Hindi)
  • ^ Arquidiocese da Paraíba confirma que Dom Aldo Pagotto morreu devido à Covid-19 (in Portuguese)
  • ^ Playwright Dean Parker dies
  • ^ El exvicepresidente Luis Parodi falleció en Guayaquil por complicaciones de salud (in Spanish)
  • ^ Петров Игорь Николаевич (in Russian)
  • ^ Murió Ignacio Pichardo Pagaza, ex gobernador del Estado de México y ex secretario de Energía (in Spanish)
  • ^ Décès de Markus Raetz (in French)
  • ^ Veteran writer CS Rao no more
  • ^ Sir Hugh Rossi: Former Hornsey MP and councillor dies aged 92
  • ^ Morreu a imunologista Maria de Sousa, vítima de covid-19 (in Portuguese)
  • ^ Hank Steinbrenner, Yankees co-owner, dead at 63
  • ^ Ella King Russell Torrey, who dedicated her life to peace and human rights, dies at 94
  • ^ Jimmy Webb dead at 62
  • ^ Teesside athlete who represented Great Britain in the Olympics dies after contracting coronavirus
  • ^ Billy Wright (1931-2020)
  • ^ Aston Villa and Birmingham City stalwart Ron Wylie dies aged 86
  • ^ Obituary – Kenny Young, 14th April 1941 to 14th April 2020
  • ^ Adam Alsing död i Covid19 (in Swedish)
  • ^ Bergerac star Sean Arnold dies
  • ^ Prof. Dr. Ülkü Azrak Kovid-19 nedeniyle hayatını kaybetti (in Turkish)
  • ^ Remembering state Sen. John Briggs
  • ^ Climbing Pioneer Joe Brown dies aged 89
  • ^ The Rt. Rev. John Clark Buchanan 1933 – 2020
  • ^ Khubsoorat actor Ranjit Chowdhry passes away at the age of 65
  • ^ Eddie Cooley, April 15, 1933 – April 15, 2020
  • ^ Allen Daviau, Spielberg Cinematographer and Five-Time Oscar Nominee, Dies of Coronavirus Complications at 77
  • ^ Packers legend Willie Davis passes away at age 85
  • ^ Bernard Deconinck RIP (in French)
  • ^ Brian Dennehy dies of cardiac arrest
  • ^ Obituary for James Doyle
  • ^ Morre o escritor Rubem Fonseca aos 94 anos (in Portuguese)
  • ^ Former Blue Jays 2B Damaso Garcia dies at 63
  • ^ Bassist Henry Grimes dies at 84
  • ^ Zanger Dries Holten (84) overleden (in Dutch)
  • ^ From the archives: Interview: Sir John Houghton, meteorologist, climate-change expert
  • ^ Richard E. (Dick) Hyde
  • ^ Milena Jelinek, screenwriter and educator, dies at 84
  • ^ Jazz innovator Lee Konitz has died of Covid-19 at age 92
  • ^ Ratu Finau Mara Passes Away After An Illness
  • ^ Two-time Olympian, pioneering PBA guard Boy Marquez passes away
  • ^ Gary McSpadden passes away
  • ^ RIP Eric Mergenthaler, MX 33
  • ^ È morto mons. Aldo Mongiano (in Italian)
  • ^ RDC: l’oncle du président Tshisekedi, Gérard Mulumba Kalemba, meurt du coronavirus (in French)
  • ^ E’ morto per coronavirus l’attore Bruce Myers, per sette anni insegnante alla Scuola di recitazione del Teatro Stabile (in Italian)
  • ^ John Pfahl, 81, world renowned photographer focused lens on Buffalo
  • ^ Ann Sayer obituary
  • ^ An Award-Winning Photographer Left Iran To Be Gay. Two Months After Finding Love, He Died Of Coronavirus
  • ^ Filmmaker Siamak Shayeqi dies at 66
  • ^ George Curtis Smith
  • ^ Vesa Törnroos on poissa (in Finnish)
  • ^ Bishop Dorrick Wright passes at age 74
  • ^ Скончался экс-игрок сборной КР по футболу Рустам Закиров (in Russian)
  • ^ ‘Godfather’ of South Florida theater Joseph Adler dies at 79
  • ^ Le chanteur Christophe est mort (in French)
  • ^ American animator, longtime Prague expat Gene Deitch passes away at age 95
  • ^ Coronavirus, morto a Parigi il pentito Francesco Di Carlo (in Italian)
  • ^ Andrew J. Fenady, ‘Branded’ Producer and ‘Terror in the Wax Museum’ Writer, Dies at 91
  • ^ Howard Finkel Passes Away At 69-Years-Old
  • ^ Luiz Alfredo Garcia-Roza, escritor e professor, morre aos 84 anos (in Portuguese)
  • ^ Décès du claveciniste Kenneth Gilbert (in French)
  • ^ Neuss’ erster Olympiastarter verstorben (in German)
  • ^ Danièle Hoffman-Rispal, ancienne députée et conseillère de Paris, est décédée (in French)
  • ^ Walter McCall Hoover Jr.
  • ^ Former Arizona Gov. Jane Dee Hull and her husband die within hours of each other
  • ^ Zum Tod von Ulrich Kienzle: Auslandskorrespondent blieb er sein Leben lang (in German)
  • ^ Leonie Kooiker (1927-2020) (in Dutch)
  • ^ RIP Bishop Brian Kyme (1935-2020)
  • ^ Eric Lambert, broer van Raoul en clubicoon van AA Gent, sterft op 84-jarige leeftijd (in Dutch)
  • ^ Muere el expresidente Santiago Lanzuela (in Spanish)
  • ^ Décès de Jean-Marie Luton (in French)
  • ^ Designer Althea McNish dies
  • ^ Henry Miller
  • ^ Preminula legendarna košarkašica Bojana Milošević (in Serbian)
  • ^ Vale Bruce Murray
  • ^ Tidligere statsråd Arne Ragnar Nilsen er død (in Norwegian)
  • ^ Rest In Peace Peter Phoenix
  • ^ El escritor chileno Luis Sepúlveda muere con coronavirus en Oviedo (in Spanish)
  • ^ Multiple Group 1 winner and top-class stallion Shamardal dies aged 18
  • ^ Murió Glider Ushñahua, excongresista por Ucayali, debido a un aparente cuadro de neumonía (in Spanish)
  • ^ Actor Jack Wallace is dead at 86: From Chicago’s Kingston Mines, he was a tough guy for real and Mamet’s muse
  • ^ Bob Zháňal
  • ^ Medal of Honor recipient Bennie Adkins has died of coronavirus
  • ^ Deirdre Bair, Samuel Beckett and Simone de Beauvoir biographer, dies at 84
  • ^ Ton Bakhuis (66), oud-doelman zaalvoetballers Oranje overleden (in Dutch)
  • ^ Jean-François Bazin ancien président du Conseil Régional de Bourgogne est mort (in French)
  • ^ Muere Carlos ‘Pluto’ Contreras, mundialista de 1962 y baluarte del Ballet Azul (in Spanish)
  • ^ Paolo Curcetti
  • ^ Jonathan Hobbs on George Curtis and proposed measures in place for when greyhound racing resumes
  • ^ È morto Sergio Fantoni, una vita per cinema e sceneggiati (in Italian)
  • ^ Renowned art director Mohiuddin Faruque passes away
  • ^ Mort de Gilbert Garcin, l’entrepreneur qui s’était mis à la photographie à la retraite (in French)
  • ^ Ali Suleman Habib, one of Pakistan’s most prominent businessmen, passes away
  • ^ Last surviving member of notorious Stander Gang dies
  • ^ Norman Hunter, former Leeds and England defender, dies aged 76
  • ^ Kailis Patricia
  • ^ Nigerian president’s chief of staff dies from coronavirus -presidency spokesman
  • ^ Giuseppi Logan, Free-Jazz Multireedist Who Returned Once From Oblivion, Has Died at 84
  • ^ Iris Love, Stylish Archaeologist and Dog Breeder, Dies at 86
  • ^ Olimpian Indonesia Lukman Niode Meninggal Dunia (in Indonesian)
  • ^ Former MLA Hezakiah Oshutapik mourned
  • ^ Arlene Saunders
  • ^ The Soft Boys’ Matthew Seligman Has Died
  • ^ Detroit radio, TV personality Robin Seymour dies at 94
  • ^ Gene Shay, legendary Philly DJ and Folk Festival host, has died at 85 of the coronavirus
  • ^ Stuart, Colonel James
  • ^ Sir Alan Traill, GBE, QSO, MA, D.Mus
  • ^ Ex-Rode Duivel en bezieler Aeroclub Keiheuvel overleden (in Dutch)
  • ^ Fallece a los 70 años el prestigioso neurocirujano Jesús Vaquero Crespo (in Spanish)
  • ^ Bobby Winkles, former Arizona State baseball coaching great, dies at 90
  • ^ Thomas Lamar Woods
  • ^ Takuo Aoyagi, an Inventor of the Pulse Oximeter, Dies at 84
  • ^ Legal scholar Barbara Allen Babcock, the first woman member of the Stanford law faculty, has died at 81
  • ^ Erik Belfrage död i coronaviruset (in Swedish)
  • ^ Fallece con 86 años Aurelio Campa, exjugador de la UD Las Palmas y del Real Madrid (in Spanish)
  • ^ Odia litterateur Ratnakar Chaini passes away
  • ^ Former ICAR Director Virender Lal Chopra Passes Away at the Age of 83
  • ^ L’ancien ministre Albert Côté n’est plus (in French)
  • ^ Actrice Martine Crefoeur (84) overleden (in Dutch)
  • ^ L’ancien résistant et militant communiste Georges Cukierman est mort (in French)
  • ^ Sue Davies OBE, founding Director of The Photographers’ Gallery, has died aged 87
  • ^ Mexican author Amparo Davila passes away
  • ^ Beatles Associate Terry Doran Dies: Report
  • ^ Gulshan Ewing, pioneering magazine editor, dies of Covid-19 in London
  • ^ Morto per coronavirus a Verbania il Lama Gangchen Rinpoche: il monaco tibetano aveva 78 anni (in Italian)
  • ^ Former ambassador and public servant Allan Gotlieb dies at 92
  • ^ Loïc Hennekinne, la disparition d’un grand diplomate (in French)
  • ^ Konstnären Lennart Jirlow är död (in Swedish)
  • ^ Ex-PHC chief justice Tariq Parvez passes away
  • ^ April 18: Sékou Kourouma: Guinea’s chief of staff succumbs
  • ^ Belgisch mederecordhouder olympische deelnames, François Lafortune, overleden
  • ^ Former CART Rookie of the Year Bob Lazier dies at 81
  • ^ Former WWF referee Jack Lotz passed away due to complications from coronavirus
  • ^ Father Lawrence E. Lucas
  • ^ Tedi Millward, Welsh nationalist and Prince Charles’ tutor, dies
  • ^ Morto per Coronavirus a Milano l’attaccante del Novara degli Anni ‘70, Urano Navarrini (in Italian)
  • ^ Former U.S. Treasury Secretary and Iraq war critic Paul O’Neill dies at 84: WSJ
  • ^ Voormalig international Willy Quadackers (82) overleden (in Dutch)
  • ^ Walter Allyn Rickett
  • ^ La mort du comédien Jacques Rosny (in French)
  • ^ Disparition d’André Roumieux : les infirmiers psy perdent un modèle… (in French)
  • ^ Mort de Claude Silberzahn, directeur général de la DGSE de 1989 à 1993 (in French)
  • ^ Obituary: Robert Kimmel Smith
  • ^ Lucien Szpiro 1941-2020
  • ^ Gayraud Wilmore, who led the Commission on Religion and Race, dies at age 98
  • ^ Умер экс-министр юстиции Армении Марат Алексанян (in Russian)
  • ^ Edmond Baraffe, ancien entraîneur du Touquet, est décédé (in French)
  • ^ Famed Photographer Peter Beard Dead at 82: ‘He Died Where He Lived: In Nature,’ His Family Says
  • ^ Forfatteren Cecil Bødker er død (in Danish)
  • ^ Stanislav Boyadzhiev
  • ^ ‘We’ve lost one of our most prominent citizens’: Aileen Carroll, longtime Barrie politician, dies
  • ^ Stephen L. Dalkowski
  • ^ Former City Councilman Noach Dear dies of coronavirus
  • ^ Club Mourns Dickie Dowsett
  • ^ È morto il grande medievalista Peter Dronke (in Italian)
  • ^ Classic GI Joe Blister Pack Artist Hector Garrido Has Died
  • ^ In Memoriam: Kevin Gill
  • ^ John Gordon, Aug. 22, 1946 — April 19, 2020
  • ^ Pipo-grimeur Ton van den Heuvel (94) overleden aan gevolgen coronavirus (in Dutch)
  • ^ Morre Índio, décimo maior artilheiro da história do Flamengo (in Portuguese)
  • ^ Falleció el ex senador Sergio Onofre Jarpa, uno de los fundadores de RN (in Spanish)
  • ^ О кончине А.С.Капто (in Russian)
  • ^ L’animateur Claude Lafortune emporté par la COVID-19 (in French)
  • ^ Robert Loomis, Maya Angelou’s Book Editor, Dies at 93
  • ^ Beaver Great and NCAA Silver Anniversary Recipient Pellom McDaniels Passes Away
  • ^ Der Vater der Leipziger Blechbüchse ist tot (in German)
  • ^ Philippe Nahon est mort : l’acteur victime du coronavirus (in French)
  • ^ Original Royal Bob Oliver passes away at 77
  • ^ La Française Margit Otto-Crépin est morte à l’âge de 75 ans (in French)
  • ^ Sinclair “Sy” Rogers II
  • ^ Décès de la comédienne Delphine Serina d’une longue maladie (in French)
  • ^ Милен Цветков загина в жестока катастрофа (in Bulgarian)
  • ^ От пневмонии умер композитор Александр Вустин (in Russian)
  • ^ Ian Whitcomb ‘You Turn Me On’ Singer, Dead at 78
  • ^ In memoriam / Preminula Emina Zečaj, jedna od najvećih interpretatorki sevdalinke (in Bosnian)
  • ^ Former Senator Heherson Alvarez passes away after battling COVID-19
  • ^ Eric Mitchell Berg
  • ^ Writer and Teacher Hache Carrillo, 60, has Died
  • ^ Morto a 100 anni Libero Cecchini, architetto simbolo di Verona (in Italian)
  • ^ Baltimore Colts Linebacker ‘Mad Dog’ Mike Curtis Passes Away
  • ^ Noureddine Diwa n’est plus (in French)
  • ^ La mort de Claude Evrard (in French)
  • ^ Beloved RTM newscaster Farit Ismeth Emir dies
  • ^ Argentine Musician, Actor & Comedian Horacio Fontova Dies at 73
  • ^ Décès de Marie Rose Guiraud : Meiway est inconsolable (in French)
  • ^ Former Eagles DB Zac Henderson dies at 64
  • ^ Cliff Holden obituary
  • ^ Tom Lester, the Wide-Eyed Farmhand Eb Dawson on ‘Green Acres,’ Dies at 81
  • ^ Krystyna Łybacka nie żyje. Była minister edukacji miała 74 lata (in Polish)
  • ^ Famed restaurateur and founder of Le Cirque has passed away at 88
  • ^ Kabar Duka: Bupati Manokwari Demas Paulus Mandacan Meninggal (in Indonesian)
  • ^ Radio Caroline founder Ronan O’Rahilly has died
  • ^ Eine ganze Welt ist gegangen – zum Tod von Roland Phleps (in German)
  • ^ Rochefort : l’historien Gérard Piouffre est décédé (in French)
  • ^ Murió el cineasta Gabriel Retes, director de “El Bulto” (in Spanish)
  • ^ Royal Derby Hospital consultant and dad-of-two dies after contracting coronavirus
  • ^ Pastor Gertrude Rwakatare 69, is dead
  • ^ Muere el fundador de los Castellers de Barcelona, Josep Sala, por coronavirus (in Spanish)
  • ^ Former US Chess President Don Schultz Dead at 83
  • ^ Rudratej Singh, President & CEO of BMW Group India is no more
  • ^ Մահացել է գրոսմայստեր Արսեն Եղիազարյանը (in Armenian)
  • ^ ’شیر پاکستان“ ٹائٹل یافتہ پاکستانی حاجی محمد افضل پہلوان کا نیویارک میں انتقال (in Urdu)
  • ^ Richard Akinjide, Former Justice Minister, Is Dead
  • ^ Dame Ingrid Victoria Allen: QUB neuroscience professor ‘had amazing talent and endless energy’
  • ^ Former Cork Hibs and Home Farm boss David Bacuzzi dies from Covid-19
  • ^ Mali: Le député Belco Bah mort de Covid-19 (in French)
  • ^ Doliu în folclorul românesc. A Murit Nelu Bălășoiu, confirmat pozitiv la testul COVID (in Romanian)
  • ^ Oud-SGP-Kamerlid Van den Berg overlede (in Dutch)
  • ^ Jerry Bishop, ‘Judge Judy’ Announcer and Los Angeles Radio Veteran, Dies at 84
  • ^ José María Calleja fallece por coronavirus (in Spanish)
  • ^ Ernest Courant
  • ^ Matteo De Cosmo Dies Of Coronavirus: Art Director On ‘Emergence’, ‘The Punisher’, ‘Luke Cage’ Was 52
  • ^ Hubert Deittert (79) gestorben (in German)
  • ^ ‘Chernobyl Diaries’ Star Dimitri Diatchenko Dead at 52
  • ^ 中国社科院学部委员方克立逝世,曾开创大陆现代新儒学研究 (in Chinese)
  • ^ So Long to Richard Fenno, a Giant of Political Science
  • ^ Philip Foglia, NYC champion of Italian-American causes, dead of coronavirus
  • ^ Tina Girouard (1946-2020)
  • ^ R.I.P. Derek Jones, Falling in Reverse Guitarist Dies at 35
  • ^ Former Libyan Interim Prime Minister Keib Dies Aged 70 – Reports
  • ^ Former Stanford President Donald Kennedy dies at 88 of COVID-19
  • ^ Eva Kolínská
  • ^ Lassay-les-Châteaux. Marcel Le Roy, dernier déporté de la Mayenne, est décédé (in French)
  • ^ 前台灣省議會議長劉炳偉病逝 享壽67歲 (in Chinese)
  • ^ Lewis MacAdams, famed crusader for the Los Angeles River, dies at 75
  • ^ Missing My Best Friend: Norm Nielsen Passed Away Today
  • ^ Fallece el sensei Teruyuki Okazaki (in Spanish)
  • ^ Coronavirus : le guitariste breton Jacques Pellen est décédé (in French)
  • ^ Ex-deputado e ex-vice governador do Pará, Gerson Peres morre em Belém
  • ^ Laisenia Qarase, former Fiji PM bookended by coups, dies at 79
  • ^ Muere Teresa Rodrigo, la física española que participó en el descubrimiento del Bosón de Higgs (in Spanish)
  • ^ Joel Rogosin, Producer on ‘The Virginian,’ Ironside’ and ‘Magnum, P.I.,’ Dies of COVID-19 Complications at 87
  • ^ Zemřela Anna Kadeřábková – Rottová (in Czech)
  • ^ Remembering Kraftwerk’s Florian Schneider, the prophet of the post-human
  • ^ Indian Maths Genius Who Debunked Euler’s Theory, Made it to NYT Front Page Dies at 103
  • ^ Vikings Mourn Passing of Guard Milt Sunde
  • ^ Longtime Colorado legislator leaves lasting legacy
  • ^ Fallece con coronavirus Miguel Ángel Troitiño, geógrafo “clave” en la declaración de Cuenca como Ciudad Patrimonio (in Spanish)
  • ^ Alan Williams obituary
  • ^ 知事を2期8年 横内正明元知事が死去 78歳 (in Japanese)
  • ^ Former Eton headmaster Eric Anderson dies aged 83
  • ^ Bootsie Barnes, Philadelphia tenor sax great, has died of coronavirus at 82
  • ^ Zum Tode von Wilfried de Beauclair: Die Natur macht keine Sprünge (in German)
  • ^ გარდაიცვალა ლეგენდარული ქართველი მოჭიდავე, ზარიბეგ ბერიაშვილი (in Georgian)
  • ^ In Memoriam: Sid Bishop (1934-2020)
  • ^ Death Notice: Copps, Dennis Edward Arthur
  • ^ Chicago Outfit consigliere Marco ‘the Mover’ D’Amico dead at age 84
  • ^ Mort Fallick, Film Editor on ‘Love at First Bite’ and ‘Moonlighting,’ Dies at 86
  • ^ David ‘Rooster’ Fleming: Hazelwood legend, CFL star signed with Steelers out of high school
  • ^ Early Adult Star Samantha Fox Passes Quietly At Home
  • ^ Terence Frisby, actor and playwright who made his name with ‘There’s a Girl in My Soup’ – obituary (subscription required)
  • ^ Trauer um Geher-Legende Hartwig Gauder (in German)
  • ^ Jimmy Goodfellow: Former Cardiff City manager dies aged 76
  • ^ Hurling mourns Oliver Gough, the last man to win senior All-Irelands with two different counties
  • ^ Décès de Louis Haché, le romancier qui a fait rayonner la Péninsule acadienne (in French)
  • ^ Former Expos shortstop and Blue Jays coach Rich Hacker dies at 72
  • ^ Ex-cabinet secy Dr Saadat Husain passes away
  • ^ Clair Barth Johnson
  • ^ Sir Peter Jonas ist tot (in German)
  • ^ Garfield grad, former Ohio State AD Jim Jones dies at 83
  • ^ Sudan, South Sudan mourn death of Mansour Khalid
  • ^ Shirley Knight, Adventurous Actress and Two-Time Oscar Nominee, Dies at 83
  • ^ Eva Kotthaus ist tot (in German)
  • ^ Muere Marcos Mundstock, narrador de Les Luthiers, el mayor ingenio de las palabras (in Spanish)
  • ^ Actress, pilot and philanthropist Zoe Dell Nutter dies
  • ^ John E. Otto
  • ^ L’auteure sarthoise Catherine Paysan est décédée (in French)
  • ^ Fallece por coronavirus a los 88 años el ‘Príncipe gitano’ (in Spanish)
  • ^ In Memoriam—Professor Julian Perry Robinson (1941-2020)
  • ^ Boston Bruin Paul Ronty, 91, NHL All-Star & Weston High Hockey Coach
  • ^ Benjamin G. “Benny” Trujillo
  • ^ Edward Vincent Winchester 1970 – 2020
  • ^ Kiwi actor Bruce Allpress dies aged 89
  • ^ Komposer Andy Ayunir Meninggal Dunia (in Indonesian)
  • ^ Mantan Bupati Muba, Pahri Azhari Meninggal Dunia (in Indonesian)
  • ^ Jean-Michel Beau ou le courage (et la douleur) de la vérité (in French)
  • ^ NASA Administrator Statement on Passing of Former Administrator James Beggs
  • ^ Norbert Blüm gestorben (in German)
  • ^ Arief Budiman, dissident academic under New Order, dies at 79
  • ^ Zemřela oblíbená televizní hlasatelka Heda Čechová. Bylo jí 91 let (in Czech)
  • ^ 《乱世佳人》译者陈良廷逝世,享年91岁 (in Chinese)
  • ^ Lloyd deMause
  • ^ Oud-voetballer Entingh 20ste verkeersdode (in Dutch)
  • ^ Fred the Godson Dies at 35 From Coronavirus
  • ^ Thespian Usha Ganguly passes away
  • ^ Peter Gill (1930 – 2020)
  • ^ Jacques Kazadi Nduba wa Dile, par Dr. Godwin R. Murunga (in French)
  • ^ Narrator/Voice Actor Akira Kume Passes Away Due to Heart Condition
  • ^ Terry Lenzner, lawyer and investigator who served Nixon subpoenas, dies at 80
  • ^ Muere Bernardino Lombao, exatleta y entrenador personal de José María Aznar (in Spanish)
  • ^ Former WKU Basketball Star Center Chris Marcus Passes Away
  • ^ «Έφυγε» ο Αλέκος Μαρκίδης (in Greek)
  • ^ Bishop Patrick Leo McCartie
  • ^ Ayr United mourn the death of club’s greatest servant John ‘Spud’ Murphy
  • ^ 岡江久美子さんが死去 新型コロナウイルスで (in Japanese)
  • ^ De Graafschap-icoon Henk ‘Kappertje’ Overgoor (75) overleden aan de gevolgen van corona (in Dutch)
  • ^ DUP founding member and Edwin Poots’ father Charlie passes away
  • ^ «Дос-Мұқасан» ансамбілінің мүшесі қайтыс болды (in Kazakh)
  • ^ Day School Champion Marvin Schick, 85
  • ^ Actor Wada Shu dies from coronavirus
  • ^ Zmarł prof. dr hab. Janusz Symonides – Wydział Nauk Politycznych i Studiów Międzynarodowych (in Polish)
  • ^ Dan Walters, former Padre and San Diego police officer, dies at 53
  • ^ Ernst Zägel mit 84 Jahren gestorben (in German)
  • ^ Adams
  • ^ Ayatollah Ibrahim Amini Passes Away at 94
  • ^ Music legend Bohannon passes
  • ^ Philip Douglas MNZM Broadhurst
  • ^ April 2020 Obituaries
  • ^ Kadé Diawara, l’archange retourne au royaume céleste (in French)
  • ^ Former Watchdog host Lynn Faulds Wood dies aged 72
  • ^ Gospel artiste Seth Frimpong passes on
  • ^ Il saluto del Bologna a Gazzoni (in Italian)
  • ^ Professor Leo F. Goodstadt (1938 – 2020)
  • ^ ‘AGT’ Season 4 Star Grandma Lee Dead at 85
  • ^ L’ancien ministre Roland Haché n’est plus (in French)
  • ^ WNYC radio’s “Morning Edition” anchor Richard Hake is dead at 51
  • ^ وفاة المعارض السعودي البارز عبد الله الحامد في السجن (in Arabic)
  • ^ È morto l’illustratore erotico giapponese Namio Harukawa (in Italian)
  • ^ ‘Great friend of Ireland’: IRA kidnap victim Tiede Herrema dies aged 99
  • ^ Detroit Dance Music Legend Mike Huckaby Dead at 54
  • ^ John Lisnik
  • ^ Morto Aldo Masullo, filosofo della coscienza. Fu parlamentare del Pci (in Italian)
  • ^ A murit regizorul Mircea Mureşan, rămas definitiv în memoria cinefililor datorită serialului „Toate pânzele sus“ (in Romanian)
  • ^ สุดอาลัย! ลูกทุ่งลาว ราชาเพลงบ้านนา “กิ ดาวเพ็ด หนูห่วง”เสียชีวิตกระทันหัน (in Thai)
  • ^ Japanese diplomatic analyst Okamoto dies of virus-caused pneumonia
  • ^ Joseph S. Pulver, Sr. (1955-2020)
  • ^ Harold Reid, Statler Brothers bass singer, dies at 80
  • ^ Remembering UpToDate creator Burton (Bud) Rose, the ‘Steve Jobs of medicine’
  • ^ Gerard Scholten overleden: een van de meest schilderachtige burgemeesters van Schijndel (in Dutch)
  • ^ Harav Aharon Yaakov Schwei, 85, AH
  • ^ Harry Robert Sindle
  • ^ Strijder met elan: Heerlenaar Nic Tummers (92) overleden (in Dutch)
  • ^ Martin Ulčák died: the influential lobbyist and rescuer of Vítkovice succumbed to cancer
  • ^ Juan Vlasco, Veteran Marvel Inker, Has Died
  • ^ Obituary: Graeme Watson
  • ^ Lee West
  • ^ RIP Donald Woan
  • ^ Alan Abel, Former Philadelphia Orchestra Percussionist and Renowned Teacher, Dies at 91
  • ^ Actress and Singer India Adams Dies at 93
  • ^ Colonel James Blackburn Adams
  • ^ Doug Anakin, winner of Canada’s 1st Olympic gold in bobsled, dies at 89
  • ^ Former MP Asaduzzaman passes away
  • ^ Former Stony Plain MLA Erin Babcock dies of cancer
  • ^ Mirė kompozitorius Vytautas Barkauskas (in Lithuanian)
  • ^ Larry Charles Bradford
  • ^ Morre Ricardo Brennand, vítima da Covid-19 (in Portuguese)
  • ^ Marino Casem — ‘The Godfather,’ a coaching icon at Southern and Alcorn State, dead at 85
  • ^ Nghệ sĩ tuồng Đàm Liên qua đời (in Vietnamese)
  • ^ Projetista da Copersucar, Ricardo Divila morre aos 74 anos na França (in Portuguese)
  • ^ Liz Edgar (28 April 1943 – 25 April 2020)
  • ^ Forfatteren P.O. Enquist er død (in Danish)
  • ^ Gouren. Erwan Evenou est décédé (in French)
  • ^ Langjähriger Suhrkamp-Lektor–Raimund Fellinger ist tot (in German)
  • ^ Hansadutta das (May 1941 – April 2020)
  • ^ 「華人計算機視覺鼻祖」黃煦濤逝世 享年84歲 (in Chinese)
  • ^ Coronavirus: Auschwitz survivor Henri Kichka dies of Covid-19
  • ^ 김정렴 전 비서실장 별세···”차지철도 꼼짝못한 박정희정부 실세” (in Korean)
  • ^ Mustafa Koçak Dies on 297th Day of Death Fast
  • ^ Assam: Former Bihar Governor Devanand Konwar passes away
  • ^ Madeline Kripke, Doyenne of Dictionaries, Is Dead at 76
  • ^ JD(S) leader Mahendra Kumar no more
  • ^ Avis de décès: Maurice LeClair (in French)
  • ^ ‘Leicester’s Mr Music’ Robert Mandell dies after contracting Covid-19
  • ^ Pomona professor, poet and translator Robert Mezey dies
  • ^ Former Fax player and coach Jack Scroby dies, aged 83
  • ^ Gunnar Seijbold död i COVID-19 (in Swedish)
  • ^ Tanzania suspends Parliament after loosing two MPs as world condemns Magufuli for defying COVID-19 safety measures
  • ^ A murit prinţul Mihai Dimitrie Sturdza, istoric şi diplomat (in Romanian)
  • ^ നടൻ രവി വള്ളത്തോൾ അന്തരിച്ചു (in Malayalam)
  • ^ Eerste vrouwelijke PVDA wethouder van Den Haag overleden (in Dutch)
  • ^ Умер Евгений Юрьев (in Russian)
  • ^ Artist Zarina Hashmi dies at 83
  • ^ Bishop Bishop Emilio Simeón Allué Carcasona, S.D.B.
  • ^ Décès du romancier français Georges-Jean Arnaud (in French)
  • ^ Muere Tomás Balcázar, histórico de Chivas y abuelo de ‘Chicharito’ (in Spanish)
  • ^ An ER doctor who continued to treat patients after she recovered from Covid-19 has died by suicide
  • ^ “Big Al” Carson, New Orleans bluesman and Bourbon Street singer, dies at 66.
  • ^ È morto Giulietto Chiesa, giornalista e politico (in Italian)
  • ^ A los 93 años falleció Guillermo Chifflet, histórico dirigente socialista (in Spanish)
  • ^ Goodbye to actor Aaron Hernan
  • ^ Peter H. Hunt, Director of 1776, Dies at 81
  • ^ Entinen kansanedustaja Kauko Juhantalo on kuollut (in Finnish)
  • ^ “Nick” Kotz, author and journalist killed in accident
  • ^ Meghalt Kovács Tamás volt legfőbb ügyész (in Hungarian)
  • ^ A murit Clara Mărgineanu, poetă şi fostă jurnalistă TVR. Avea 47 de ani (in Romanian)
  • ^ Eight-term Montana congressman Ron Marlenee dies
  • ^ Schauspieler Otto Mellies ist mit 89 Jahren gestorben (in German)
  • ^ Noted Odia dramatist Bijay Mishra passes away
  • ^ UBS, è morto Marcel Ospel (in Italian)
  • ^ Former MK Gideon Patt passes away at 87
  • ^ Lectoure. La Gascogne pleure le dessinateur Pertuzé (in French)
  • ^ Remembering Jack Randall
  • ^ Carlos Regazzoni, the great scrap artist, died
  • ^ Raymond R. Repp
  • ^ E’ morto Claudio Risi, regista dei ‘Ragazzi della terza C” (in Italian)
  • ^ Fondly-remembered former Barrow AFC player passes away
  • ^ Former Iran basketballer Salabi passes away
  • ^ Senior Congress leader Badruddin Sheikh passes away following COVID19 infection
  • ^ Paul Smith
  • ^ ज्येष्ठ साहित्यकार ‘झुलवाकार’ उत्तम बंडू तुपे यांचे निधन (in Marathi)
  • ^ Coronavirus : le décès de Henri Weber, figure du PS et de mai 68 (in French)
  • ^ Edean Ihlanfeldt, amateur golf star and first UW women’s coach, dies at 90
  • ^ Скончалась трехкратная чемпионка мира по гандболу Марина Базанова (in Russian)
  • ^ Beech, longtime Bloomberg News employee, dies at 60
  • ^ Ex-deputado federal e ex-presidente do Paysandu, Asdrubal Bentes morre com Covid-19, em Belém (in Portuguese)
  • ^ Senior journalist Zafar Rasheed Bhatti passes away due to coronavirus
  • ^ Poet Eavan Boland passes away aged 75
  • ^ Brown
  • ^ Political Heavyweight Ian Causley Dies Aged 79
  • ^ Yves Corbassière, peintre abstrait de l’espace, est mort à 94 ans (in French)
  • ^ Cis Corman, Casting Director on ‘Death Wish,’ ‘Raging Bull’ and ‘The Deer Hunter,’ Dies at 93
  • ^ Former Goongloenn Lam Dorji passes away
  • ^ Former Assemblyman Joe Errigo has died
  • ^ Portraits de femmes algériennes : « Elles m’ont foudroyé du regard » (in French)
  • ^ Bernard Gersten, Major Player in New York Nonprofit Theatre World, Dies at Age 97
  • ^ Johannes Gjerdåker er død (in Norwegian)
  • ^ Rollin Bert Glewwe
  • ^ Luminary American Cellist Lynn Harrell Has Passed Away – Aged 76
  • ^ Robert Herbin passes away at the age of 81
  • ^ Young Jessie (1936-2020) (in French)
  • ^ Former DOT secretary Ramon Jimenez Jr. passes away
  • ^ Nécrologie : le DG de la CARENI et ancien ministre Moussa Seybou Kassey n’est plus ! (in French)
  • ^ Cal Basketball: Former Bears Star Mark McNamara Dies at Age 60
  • ^ Sarah Milledge Nelson PHD
  • ^ Ucciso dal virus il maratoneta che aveva sfidato Abebe Bikila (in Italian)
  • ^ Greek soprano Jeannette Pilou dies at 83
  • ^ Doug Robson
  • ^ Nie żyje autorka “Pamiętnika narkomanki” Barbara Rosiek. Miała 60 lat (in Polish)
  • ^ Little Women: Atlanta’s Ashley ‘Minnie’ Ross Dead at 34 After Hit-and-Run Car Crash
  • ^ Former naval chief Muhammad Sharif passes away
  • ^ Marty Smith, legendary motocross rider, dies in California dune buggy accident
  • ^ Jacksonville-area gospel singer Troy Sneed dies from coronavirus
  • ^ Famed Thai painter, artist dies of COVID-19 in Amsterdam
  • ^ Scott Taylor death: Then Jerico guitarist dies from brain tumour
  • ^ Suning Wang (1958 – 2020)
  • ^ Nur Yerlitaş’ın vasiyeti ortaya çıktı! (in Turkish)
  • ^ Preminuo Dragutin Zelenović (in Serbian)
  • ^ Bangladesh’s tallest man dies
  • ^ Bob Betley passes away at age 80
  • ^ David S. Boe, Longtime Organ Professor and Dean of the Conservatory, Dies at 84
  • ^ Louis Cardiet, légende du Stade Rennais F.C., s’est éteint (in French)
  • ^ Jamilur Reza Chowdhury passes away
  • ^ Fiamme Oro, addio a Luigi De Rosso, leggenda azzurra della marcia (in Italian)
  • ^ The Gentle Touch star Jill Gascoine dies aged 83
  • ^ Phillip Harth
  • ^ Zemřel profesor Hejdánek, signatář a mluvčí Charty 77 (in Czech)
  • ^ Ken Foote Remembers Singer Bobby Lewis Who Passed Away At 95
  • ^ In Memoriam: Gilburt Loescher, emeritus professor of political science
  • ^ Paul Marks, Who Brought Sloan Kettering to Greatness, Dies at 93
  • ^ Local sports legend born without legs killed in ATV crash in Dayton
  • ^ Robert May, former UK chief scientist and chaos theory pioneer, dies aged 84
  • ^ Mantan Ketua PB IDI Kartono Mohamad Meninggal Dunia (in Indonesian)
  • ^ Tribute over death of Cornish MP and journalist David Mudd
  • ^ Alexander Münninghoff (76) overleden (in Dutch)
  • ^ Retired Meru Diocese Catholic bishop dies of Covid-19 in Italy
  • ^ Legendarische Feyenoord-doelman Pieters Graafland (86) overleden (in Dutch)
  • ^ Former Police SC cricketer Vajira Ranaweera no more
  • ^ Richardson, Brian Douglas
  • ^ Michael Robinson, former Liverpool and Brighton player, dies aged 61
  • ^ Positif Corona COVID-19, Wali Kota Tanjungpinang Meninggal Dunia (in Indonesian)
  • ^ Livonia Franklin football state title-winning coach Armand Vigna, wife die from COVID-19
  • ^ Mari Winsor, Pilates Instructor to the Stars, Dies at 70
  • ^ Keith Edward Yandell
  • ^ Freedom Fighter Hema Bharali Passes Away in Guwahati
  • ^ Bishop Philippe Jean Louis Breton
  • ^ Oud-CDA-Tweede Kamerlid Vincent van der Burg overleden (in Dutch)
  • ^ Morto a 80 anni il critico d’arte Germano Celant, “creatore” del movimento Arte povera (in Italian)
  • ^ Trevor Cherry: England & Leeds defender dies, aged 72
  • ^ Grand Magistry Announces Death of H.M.E.H. Grand Master Fra’ Giacomo Dalla Torre del Tempio di Sanguinetto
  • ^ Al Edwards, former state rep whose bill created Juneteenth holiday, dies at 83
  • ^ Veteran actor, Alexander Fernando passed away
  • ^ Allan Gauden
  • ^ ANC Stalwart Denis Goldberg Passes Away at 87
  • ^ Legendary Tipp City designer of iconic Ford Mustang dies
  • ^ Yahya Hassan er død (in Danish)
  • ^ 著名外交家、联合国原副秘书长冀朝铸逝世 享年91岁 (in Chinese)
  • ^ Jim Keers
  • ^ Irrfan Khan, Renowned Bollywood Star, Dies at 53
  • ^ О кончине Л.М.Комогорова (in Russian)
  • ^ John Lafia Dies: ‘Child’s Play 2’ Director And Writer Was 63
  • ^ Amadeus Quartet cellist Martin Lovett has died
  • ^ Former Eagles tight end Lucas dies after coronavirus battle
  • ^ 1968 Olympic javelin champion Lusis dies
  • ^ Décès de l’artiste Naziha Mestaoui, « One Heart One Tree » (in French)
  • ^ Franse ex-wielrenster Eva Mottet, dochter van Charly, op 25-jarige leeftijd overleden (in Dutch)
  • ^ Guido Münch (1921 – 2020) (in German)
  • ^ Tanzania Parliament loses second legislator in 10 days
  • ^ Trauerfall Schriever Eric Walter (in German)
  • ^ Matty Simmons, co-founder of “National Lampoon” has passed away at 93
  • ^ Maj Sjöwall: ‘Nordic noir’ pioneer, author of the Martin Beck series, dies aged 84
  • ^ Old School Rap Icon & Dancer Stezo Dies at 51
  • ^ Zemřel soudce a spisovatel Veverka. Řešil případy generála Lorence a Kajínka, chtěl pochopit celý svět (in Czech)
  • ^ Gerson Victalino, ex-corinthians e seleção brasileira, morre aos 60 anos (in Portuguese)
  • ^ Roger Westman obituary
  • ^ Professor Stefano Zacchetti 1968-2020
  • ^ Nasarawa Assembly member died of COVID-19 ― Gov Sule
  • ^ Radio Nepal’s First Female Singer Ranudevi Passes Away
  • ^ Aloysius J. Ahearn
  • ^ Tony Allen, Pioneering Afrobeat Drummer, Has Died
  • ^ Former Telegraph editor-in-chief and Times managing editor John Bryant dies at 76
  • ^ Muere el cantante Óscar Chávez, ayer fue hospitalizado con síntomas de COVID-19 (in Spanish)
  • ^ Jordan Cox: Ex-Hull KR & Warrington player dies, aged 27
  • ^ Wally K. Daly: 1940-2020
  • ^ Chuni Goswami, Indian football legend, passes away at 82 years
  • ^ Graficus Tom Hautekiet plots overleden (in Dutch)
  • ^ Tributes paid to Lisburn actor BJ Hogg who has died aged 65
  • ^ Gujarati author Kundanika Kapadia dies at 93
  • ^ Rishi Kapoor, Bollywood’s original chocolate boy, dies at 67, Amitabh Bachchan says ‘he’s destroyed’
  • ^ John Kasser, who oversaw expansive era of Cal athletics, dies at 82
  • ^ Michael Keenan, ‘Picket Fences’ Actor and Longtime USC Professor, Dies at 80
  • ^ Former Vice Chief Gen. Frederick Kroesen Dies
  • ^ Obituary: Economist and BS Columnist Deepak Lal passes away at 80
  • ^ Sam Lloyd, ‘Scrubs’ Actor, Dies at 56
  • ^ Jean-Marc Manducher, l’ancien président de l’US Oyonnax, est décédé (in French)
  • ^ Murió la actriz Susana Ortiz, una intérprete potente que se destacó en el teatro y en la televisión (in Spanish)
  • ^ ABS-CBN mourns the passing of advertising and PR leader Ramon Osorio
  • ^ Archbishop Manuel da Silva Vieira Pinto
  • ^ Irish showjumping great Billy Ringrose dies at 89
  • ^ Décès de l’anthropologue Sylvie Vincent (in French)
  • ^ Werder trauert um Meisterspieler Gerhard Zebrowski (in German)
  • Lists of deaths by year

    Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deaths_in_April_2020

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