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Edith PethelKannapolis


Edith Pethel, 81, of Troutman and formerly of Kannapolis, passed away unexpectedly at home on Sunday, October 10, Edith was born on June 21, in Clayton, NC to the late George Lynch and Ruth Raines. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Jimmy Pethel, and a brother, Rodney Lynch. Edith was proud to be the first female supervisor at Cannon Mills and retired after 30 years. She supervised #1 Weave Room and #1 Slasher Room. She was a faithful member of

Edith Pethel, 81, of Troutman and formerly of Kannapolis, passed away unexpectedly at home on Sunday, October 10, Edith was born on June 21, in Clayton, NC to the late George Lynch and

 

Hawley KlouseChina Grove


Hawley Clifton “Holly” Klouse, 67, of China Grove, went to be with his Lord on Sunday morning, October 10, , at Tucker Hospice House. He has won his battle over cancer! Born July 4,, in Mecklenburg County, he was a son of Rachel Virginia Helms Klouse, of Gastonia, and the late William Hawley Klouse. In addition to his father, he was preceded in death by a sister, Virginia Ann “Gin” Klouse. Hawley was a talented and well known auctioneer for more than

Hawley Clifton “Holly” Klouse, 67, of China Grove, went to be with his Lord on Sunday morning, October 10, , at Tucker Hospice House. He has won his battle over cancer! Born July

 

Cassandra "Sandy" SmithMount Pleasant


In Loving Memory of Cassandra “Sandy” Regina Smith Funeral Services: A graveside service will be held at pm Wednesday, October 13, at Zion Freewill Baptist Church with the Rev. Jean Tucker officiating. A visitation will be prior to the service from to pm at Zion Freewill Baptist Church.  Cassandra “Sandy” Regina Smith was a caring wife, mother, sister and friend. She passed away Friday, October 8, at age She was born to Jerry and

In Loving Memory of Cassandra “Sandy” Regina Smith Funeral Services: A graveside service will be held at pm Wednesday, October 13, at Zion Freewill Baptist Church with the

 

Elder Rom KerleyKannapolis


                      Elder Rom Kerley Elder Rom Kerley, 93, of Kannapolis, passed away peacefully on Friday, October 8, at Tucker Hospice House. Rom was born on January 20, in Alexander County to the late Rom Z. Kerley and Fannie Blackwelder Kerley.  He joined the Army/Air Force just after WWII and was very proud to serve his country. He pastored Mills Chapel Primitive Baptist Church and six other area churches. He led

                      Elder Rom Kerley Elder Rom Kerley, 93, of Kannapolis, passed away peacefully on Friday, October 8, at Tucker

 

Robert SmithKannapolis


Robert “Bobby” Smith, 55, of Kannapolis passed away, Thursday, October 7, with his family by his side, at Atrium Health Cabarrus. He was born June 5, in Greensboro, NC to Ronald Smith and the late Jean May Smith. Those left to carry on his legacy include his wife Susan Tucker Smith, son Caleb Benjamin Smith (Maggie May), father Ronald Smith, sister, Martha McDonald (Keith), nieces and nephews: Josh, Ashley, Samantha, Alyssa, Destiny, Katie, Dakota, and Tori. Bobby

Robert “Bobby” Smith, 55, of Kannapolis passed away, Thursday, October 7, with his family by his side, at Atrium Health Cabarrus. He was born June 5, in Greensboro, NC to

 

Margaret O'Daniel


Margaret Angeline Moon O'Daniel, 95, of Concord, passed into the loving arms of the Lord Sunday October 3, Born June 13, , in Madison County, GA, she was the daughter of the late James Moon and Odell Kidd Moon. Margaret attended Winecoff High School. During her working years, she worked at Moon's Florist for 10 years. In addition, she also worked at Kerr Bleachery, Craftsmen's Hosiery Mill and Terry Products Inc in Kannapolis. Over the course of many years, she was an

Margaret Angeline Moon O'Daniel, 95, of Concord, passed into the loving arms of the Lord Sunday October 3, Born June 13, , in Madison County, GA, she was the daughter of the late

 

Wayne DeatonKannapolis


Wayne Deaton        Garry Wayne Deaton, 72, of Kannapolis passed away October 2, He was born February 14, in Cabarrus County, a son of the late John Earl Deaton and Bernice Donahue Deaton.  He was in preceded in death by a brother Bernard Deaton, Sisters Johnsie Farmer and Debra Long. Wayne was a self-employed truck driver most of his  life. He enjoyed trucks and riding motorcycles. Wayne also loved spending time with his

Wayne Deaton        Garry Wayne Deaton, 72, of Kannapolis passed away October 2, He was born February 14, in Cabarrus County, a son of the late John

 

Loreine PulliamKannapolis


Loreine Fleeman Pulliam, 91, of Kannapolis, went to be with her Lord on Saturday, October 2, , at Atrium Health Cabarrus following a period of declining health, but death was unexpected. Born June 18, , in Franklin County, GA, she was a daughter of the late Buford and Azalee P. Fleeman. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Henry Thomas “Buck” Pulliam; a daughter, Barbara Watkins; brothers, Tom, Jack and Coylee Fleeman, and a sister, Pearlie

Loreine Fleeman Pulliam, 91, of Kannapolis, went to be with her Lord on Saturday, October 2, , at Atrium Health Cabarrus following a period of declining health, but death was unexpected. Born

 

Christol CampbellDavidson


Christol Dawn Campbell, 45, of Davidson went to be with the Lord on Saturday, October 2, at Atrium Health Cabarrus Northeast, Concord. Death was unexpected. Christol was born February 26, in Shelby County, Tenn. a daughter of Ronnie and Shelby Jane Broyles Black of Gastonia. She was owner/operator of Sparkly Clean Home Cleaning Service. She loved to garden and work outside. She also enjoyed arts and crafts. She was the best daughter, mother, sister, and grandmother to her family

Christol Dawn Campbell, 45, of Davidson went to be with the Lord on Saturday, October 2, at Atrium Health Cabarrus Northeast, Concord. Death was unexpected. Christol was born February 26,

 

Charles Varnadore Jr.Kannapolis


Charles Alexander Varnadore Jr., 86, of Kannapolis, passed away on Saturday, October 2, Charles was born on November 21, in Chester County, SC to the late Charles Alexander Varnadore Sr. and Ouida Gaines Drennan. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a son, David Varnadore and two sisters, Shirley Hickman and Mary Varnadore. Charles was a graduate of Southmont High School and attended Ashmore Business College. For many years, he was the owner/operator of the

Charles Alexander Varnadore Jr., 86, of Kannapolis, passed away on Saturday, October 2, Charles was born on November 21, in Chester County, SC to the late Charles Alexander Varnadore

 

Margaret HaynesLansing, NC formerly of China Grove


Margaret Jean Crawford Haynes, 83, of Lansing, N.C. formerly of China Grove went to be with her Lord and Savior on Friday, October 1, at Johnson City Medical Center in Johnson City, Tenn. Death was unexpected. The family will have a private service. Margaret was born March 19, in Cleveland County, NC a daughter of the late Paul Greer and Margaret Rebecca Borders Crawford. In addition to her parents she was also preceded in death by her husband, Guy Wicker Haynes who died in

Margaret Jean Crawford Haynes, 83, of Lansing, N.C. formerly of China Grove went to be with her Lord and Savior on Friday, October 1, at Johnson City Medical Center in Johnson City, Tenn

 

Charles Irving IICharleston, SC


Charles Earl Irving, II, 80, of Charleston, SC, entered into eternal rest on September 30, , after a long battle with Lewy Body Dementia. “Charlie” was born in Leakesville, NC, on August 24, , and was the oldest son of Charles Earl Irving, Sr. and Marion Wilkins and  grew up in Charlotte, NC, around East 36th St. He graduated from Central High School in and attended both Central Piedmont College and UNC Charlotte. He enlisted in the  United States Air Force

Charles Earl Irving, II, 80, of Charleston, SC, entered into eternal rest on September 30, , after a long battle with Lewy Body Dementia. “Charlie” was born in Leakesville, NC, on

 

Nancy Bentley


Nancy Janelle Bentley, 86 of Mooresville entered into her eternal home on September 30th. She was a beautiful soul that saw the best in everyone. Her love for God and devotion to her family defined her. To know her was a blessing and she touched so many hearts. The beach was her happy place and this amazing wife, mom, mamaw, sister, daughter, and friend will never be forgotten. A private service to celebrate her life will be held on Tuesday, October 5th. Online condolences may be left at

Nancy Janelle Bentley, 86 of Mooresville entered into her eternal home on September 30th. She was a beautiful soul that saw the best in everyone. Her love for God and devotion to her family

 

Kimberly WaldroupKannapolis


Kimberly Dawn Waldroup, 51, of Kannapolis died unexpectedly on September 30, at her home. A memorial service will be held at a later date. Kimberly was born June 30, in Commerce, GA a daughter of the late James N. and Iris Ann Wingler Waldroup. In addition to her parents, Kimberly was preceded in death by her sister, Toni Millet. She was a lifelong area resident and graduated from A.L. Brown High School, Class of ' She then received her LPN from RCCC and worked for

Kimberly Dawn Waldroup, 51, of Kannapolis died unexpectedly on September 30, at her home. A memorial service will be held at a later date. Kimberly was born June 30, in Commerce, GA a

 

Phyllis RitchieConcord


Phyllis Ann Beaver Ritchie, age 83, passed away September 29, , at Morningside of Concord due to the effects of dementia. Phyllis was born in October 24, in Cabarrus County. After graduating from Catawba College, she began her 57 year teaching career, most of which was spent at Northwest Cabarrus High School as a Business Education teacher. In addition to her school activities, Phyllis was involved in many various church activities, as well as community chorus, Civitans, and

Phyllis Ann Beaver Ritchie, age 83, passed away September 29, , at Morningside of Concord due to the effects of dementia. Phyllis was born in October 24, in Cabarrus County. After

 

Michael Gainey


Michael "Wayne" Gainey, Sr., 63, of Kannapolis, passed away unexpectedly September 29, at his home after a brief illness. Born on January 17, in Darlington, SC; Wayne was one of 15 children belonging to the late Boyd and Kathleen Hall Gainey. In addition to his parents, Wayne is preceded in death by his brother, George Gainey. Wayne is survived by his wife of 44 years, Jo Ann Talbert Gainey, his son, Michael Gainey, Jr (Colleen) of Midland and his daughter, Jessica Gainey of

Michael "Wayne" Gainey, Sr., 63, of Kannapolis, passed away unexpectedly September 29, at his home after a brief illness. Born on January 17, in Darlington, SC; Wayne was one of

 

Sebrina MorganLandis


Sebrina Morgan, 56, of Landis, passed away September 28, at her home. She was born October 23, in Rowan County, a daughter of the late Floyd Donaldson and Myra Shoe. Sebrina had worked at the NC Transportation Museum for 15 years and also at Rowan Regional Medical Center. She loved being outdoors whether it was gardening, being in her pool or taking care of her plants. She loved to draw and take pictures. Sebrina loved taking care of other people and helping with their

Sebrina Morgan, 56, of Landis, passed away September 28, at her home. She was born October 23, in Rowan County, a daughter of the late Floyd Donaldson and Myra Shoe. Sebrina had worked

 

Jack Harwell


Jack Donald Harwell was welcomed home into the arms of Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior on Tuesday, September 28, at Tucker Hospice House in Kannapolis. He was surrounded by loving family. Jack was born October 18, and spent his entire life in the Kannapolis area. He retired after 55 years of service as a forklift mechanic for R.S. Braswell Company in December He and his wife Shelby were devoted members of Central Baptist Church in Kannapolis for more than 48 years. Anyone

Jack Donald Harwell was welcomed home into the arms of Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior on Tuesday, September 28, at Tucker Hospice House in Kannapolis. He was surrounded by loving

 

Max BowlinKannapolis


Max Elijah Bowlin, 79, of Kannapolis, went to be with his Lord on Tuesday, September 28, , from Atrium Health Cabarrus, following a brief illness. Born September 14, , in Cabarrus County, he was a son of the late Johan Elijah and Bessie Mae Wingler Bowlin. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by 5 brothers and 3 sisters. Mr. Bowlin had retired from Cannon Mills after more than 45 years of faithful service. He was a member of Brookdale Baptist Church, was a NC Tar

Max Elijah Bowlin, 79, of Kannapolis, went to be with his Lord on Tuesday, September 28, , from Atrium Health Cabarrus, following a brief illness. Born September 14, , in Cabarrus County,

 

Peggy MarshallKannapolis


Peggy Lou Kennedy Marshall, 81, of Kannapolis passed away peacefully at her home with children and family by her bedside on September 28, at her home. She was born March 16, in Duplin County, a daughter of the late Ned and Doris Heath Kennedy. She was preceded in death by her husband, Johnny Lee Marshall, granddaughter, Alisha Clark and two brothers, Wesley and Tracy Kennedy. Peggy worked for Corriher Mills for many years and then for Composs Food Service retiring in She

Peggy Lou Kennedy Marshall, 81, of Kannapolis passed away peacefully at her home with children and family by her bedside on September 28, at her home. She was born March 16, in Duplin

 

Jeanette LawrenceKannapolis


Jeanette Waters Lawrence, 87, of Kannapolis, passed away, Tuesday September 28, at her home, after a period of declining health. She was born October 29, in Pinetown, NC to the late, Addie Waters and Gladys Alligood Waters. Jeanette was a military wife, she enjoyed cooking, reading, and watching all sports on TV. She also loved hosting the annual family reunion. She was preceded in death by her husband Bobby Eugene Lawrence, and a brother Kenneth Waters. Those left to cherish her

Jeanette Waters Lawrence, 87, of Kannapolis, passed away, Tuesday September 28, at her home, after a period of declining health. She was born October 29, in Pinetown, NC to the late,

 

Elizabeth Ann MooreKannapolis


Elizabeth Ann Barnhardt Moore, 65, of Kannapolis, went into her heavenly home on Monday, September 27, Ann was born on April 11, in Cabarrus County to the late Arnold Lee Barnhardt and Mary Elizabeth Watts Barnhardt. Ann was a caring and kind-hearted person who loved others unconditionally. She was a very involved and faithful member of Risen Life Church, where she had been a member for over 35 years. She had a special place in her heart for children and loved to minister in the

Elizabeth Ann Barnhardt Moore, 65, of Kannapolis, went into her heavenly home on Monday, September 27, Ann was born on April 11, in Cabarrus County to the late Arnold Lee Barnhardt and

 

Frank SeayConcord


Frank Lyday Seay, 96, passed away on, September 27, at Atrium Hospital in Concord, NC. He was born on December 6, in Gastonia, NC, the son of Robert L. Seay and Roxie Stoddard Seay. Frank was a graduate of Thomasboro High School in Charlotte, NC. Frank was a veteran of WWII, having served in the United States Navy from April 1, – March 2, Frank retired in after devoting 33 years to the Univac division of Sperry Corporation. In his position as an

Frank Lyday Seay, 96, passed away on, September 27, at Atrium Hospital in Concord, NC. He was born on December 6, in Gastonia, NC, the son of Robert L. Seay and Roxie Stoddard

 

Barry CorriherChina Grove


Barry Alexander Corriher, 74, of China Grove entered the Church Triumphant on Sept. 26, His beloved family is devastated by his sudden and unexpected death. Born March 5, , Barry was the son of the late Crawford Hale Corriher and Edith Beaver Corriher. He was a lifelong member of Mt. Zion United Church of Christ. Barry was a graduate of South Rowan High School. He served in the U.S. Army from until , and attended Western Carolina University. He worked for Fiber, then

Barry Alexander Corriher, 74, of China Grove entered the Church Triumphant on Sept. 26, His beloved family is devastated by his sudden and unexpected death. Born March 5, , Barry was

 

Jerry PlessSalisbury


Jerry Lee Pless, 80, of Salisbury, passed away Saturday evening, September 25, , at Atrium Health Cabarrus. Born October 2, , in Cabarrus County, he was the son of the late Edward Lee and Lena Livengood Pless. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his sister, Virginia Pless Eudy. Earlier if life, Jerry had honorably served his country with the US Army and had been a member of Centergrove Lutheran Church. Mr. Pless was an experienced and talented machinist, having

Jerry Lee Pless, 80, of Salisbury, passed away Saturday evening, September 25, , at Atrium Health Cabarrus. Born October 2, , in Cabarrus County, he was the son of the late Edward Lee and

 

Derek BostConcord


Derek Lee Bost, age 53,of Concord departed this earth on September 23, He was born on September 2, in Rowan Co., the son of the late Perry and Sybil Faggart Bost. A celebration of his life will be held at Cabarrus Brewing Company, Mc Gill Ave. NW, Concord, NC , on Monday, October 4, from to PM. Derek is survived by his wife, Kimberly Matthews Bost and his daughter, Payton Bost, both of Concord. He is also survived by his loyal companion, Snickerz. Derek was a

Derek Lee Bost, age 53,of Concord departed this earth on September 23, He was born on September 2, in Rowan Co., the son of the late Perry and Sybil Faggart Bost. A celebration of his

 

Charles MainerConcord


Charles Eugene Mainer, 85, of Concord passed away on Thursday, September 23, He was born June 28, in Cabarrus County, a son of the late Joseph Emmitt Mainer and Sadie McDaniel Mainer.  His father, J.E. Mainer Sr., and the Mountaineers are in the Bluegrass Hall of Fame in Nashville, Tenn.,Wilkesboro, and Kannapolis. He was preceded in death by sisters, Carolyn Covington and Mary Hatley, brothers, J.E. Mainer, Jr., Earl Mainer and Glenn Mainer. Charles worked at Cannon Mills

Charles Eugene Mainer, 85, of Concord passed away on Thursday, September 23, He was born June 28, in Cabarrus County, a son of the late Joseph Emmitt Mainer and Sadie McDaniel Mainer

 

David PethelKannapolis


David Eugene Pethel, 60, of Kannapolis, passed away Wednesday September 22, at home. Born October 16, in Iredell County, he was the son of Louise Nichols Pethel and the late Eugene Pethel. David a strong supporter of the 2nd Amendment and the United States military, was a gun, knife and sword enthusiast. He was a student of martial arts, earning a 5th degree black belt. You could always find him riding around in his white Jeep he bought new a number of years ago. During his

David Eugene Pethel, 60, of Kannapolis, passed away Wednesday September 22, at home. Born October 16, in Iredell County, he was the son of Louise Nichols Pethel and the late Eugene

 

Arlene BareKannapolis


Arlene Dancy Bare, 84, of Kannapolis, passed away unexpectedly Wednesday morning, September 22, , at her home. Born September 5, , in Rowan County, she was a daughter of the late Howard and Annie Luella Ashby Dancy. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Iron Junior Bare; a grandson, Kevin Bare and a sister, Geneva Snider. Earlier in life, Arlene had retired from Cannon Mills. She was currently employed at Animal House Pet Boarding in Salisbury and

Arlene Dancy Bare, 84, of Kannapolis, passed away unexpectedly Wednesday morning, September 22, , at her home. Born September 5, , in Rowan County, she was a daughter of the late Howard

 

Jerrel JamesChina Grove


Mr. Jerrel Everett James, age 74, of China Grove, NC, went home to be with his Lord and Savior on Wednesday, September 22, A private Family service honoring Jerrel's life was held at Carolina Memorial Park, officiated by Pastor Robert Howard. Jerrel was born September 17, , in Chesterfield County, SC a son of the late Spofford James and Bessie Tucker James. In his earlier years, Jerrel, served in the U.S. Air Force for four years, worked at Ronson's Hydraulics in Charlotte,

Mr. Jerrel Everett James, age 74, of China Grove, NC, went home to be with his Lord and Savior on Wednesday, September 22, A private Family service honoring Jerrel's life was held at

 

James Burr Sr.Morganton


James Edward Burr Sr., 70, of Morganton and formerly of Salisbury, passed away on Tuesday, September 21, James was born on October 1, in Chesterfield County, SC to the late Boyd Burr and Clara Butler Burr. James honorably served his country in the United States Army and was a Vietnam Veteran. James enjoyed working with horses on an equestrian ranch. James enjoyed playing golf, watching baseball, and College Basketball. He was an avid Duke fan. Those left to cherish his memory

James Edward Burr Sr., 70, of Morganton and formerly of Salisbury, passed away on Tuesday, September 21, James was born on October 1, in Chesterfield County, SC to the late Boyd Burr

 

John Campbell


John Drew Campbell, 62, of Kannapolis, passed away, Tuesday, September 21, at his home. He was born in Darlington Co. SC to the late John Drew Campbell Sr. and Virginia Idell Tyner Campbell. Drew was a self-employed contractor, he was very active in his church Lakewood Baptist, in his younger years he was known as a great softball player. Most of all Drew had a big heart for people and would help anyone he could. He will be missed by all who knew him. Those left to cherish his

John Drew Campbell, 62, of Kannapolis, passed away, Tuesday, September 21, at his home. He was born in Darlington Co. SC to the late John Drew Campbell Sr. and Virginia Idell Tyner

 

Phillip and Carol DwigginsChina Grove


Phillip R. Dwiggins, 60, and his loving wife, Carol Yost Dwiggins, 61, have both passed into the loving arms of the Lord. The couple were married in Phil was born May 22, in Cabarrus County, to the late Ray Daniel and Helen Rebecca Love Dwiggins. They are survived by their daughter Cassandra Dwiggins Kluttz, husband Chris, grandchildren Abigail and Annalyn of Salisbury. Phil is survived by a sister, Pam Mezuk; nephew, Jason Mezuk; great nephews Ethan and Connor; and cousin,

Phillip R. Dwiggins, 60, and his loving wife, Carol Yost Dwiggins, 61, have both passed into the loving arms of the Lord. The couple were married in Phil was born May 22, in Cabarrus

 

Eugenia LearRockwell


Eugenia Ann Tarlton Lear, 85, of Rockwell, peacefully left this world on Monday, September 20, , at Atrium Health Cabarrus Born November 17, , in Cabarrus County, she was the daughter of the late David and Okra Petree Tarlton.  She was a loving mother to Bobby Lear, Jr. (Nancy), Rusty Lear (Debby), Jay Lear (Tina) and Max Lear (Rhonda). Eugenia had 12 grandchildren, 11 great grandchildren and 3 great-great grandchildren. A memorial celebration service will take place at a

Eugenia Ann Tarlton Lear, 85, of Rockwell, peacefully left this world on Monday, September 20, , at Atrium Health Cabarrus Born November 17, , in Cabarrus County, she was the daughter of

 

Johnny (Van) OliverKannapolis


Johnny Levan (Van) Oliver, 64, of Kannapolis passed away on September 19, at Atrium Health Cabarrus. He was born July 22, in Davie County, a son of the late Jim and Katherine Oliver. Van worked at Fiber Industries for 41 years. After, they closed, he began working at NAPA in Salisbury. Van was a motorcycle enthusiast. He loved riding, building and working on them. He also was a gun and tattoo enthusiast. Van is survived by his wife, Tamara Oliver, daughter, Samantha Oliver,

Johnny Levan (Van) Oliver, 64, of Kannapolis passed away on September 19, at Atrium Health Cabarrus. He was born July 22, in Davie County, a son of the late Jim and Katherine

 

"Jerry" ParkerConcord


“Jerry” Wayne Parker, Jr., 54, of Concord went to be with the Lord on Sunday, September 19, at Tucker Hospice House, Kannapolis. He had been in declining health but seriously ill only one month. Jerry was born March 27, Cabarrus County, NC a son of the late Jerry Wayne Parker, Sr. and Georgia Johnston Parker. Jerry was a graduate of Northwest Cabarrus High School. He was a member of Gordon Heights Baptist Church in Concord where he drove the church bus and worked with

“Jerry” Wayne Parker, Jr., 54, of Concord went to be with the Lord on Sunday, September 19, at Tucker Hospice House, Kannapolis. He had been in declining health but seriously ill

 

Curtis Browning, Jr.


Curtis Lee Browning, Jr. went to be with his Lord and Savior September 18, from the Tucker Hospice House in Kannapolis, NC surrounded by his loving family. A memorial service to celebrate his life will be held at Blackwelder Park Baptist Church on Saturday, October 2 at 12 noon. The family will receive friends prior to the service beginning at He was born on November 5, in Kannapolis, NC to Curtis Lee Browning, Sr. and Dorcus Hartis Browning. In addition to his parents,

Curtis Lee Browning, Jr. went to be with his Lord and Savior September 18, from the Tucker Hospice House in Kannapolis, NC surrounded by his loving family. A memorial service to celebrate

 

Penny HunterKannapolis


Penny Sue Green Hunter, 53, passed away on Saturday, September 18th, She was preceded in death by her mother, Susan Green and her father-in-law, John Hunter Sr. She is survived by her loving husband of 17 years Steve Hunter; father, Ernest Green; two sons, Chris Scott and Tyler Scott; three daughters, Amber Hunter, Jordan Eudy, and Cierra Hunter; two sisters, Pamela Copeland, and Tina Stark; and 7 grandchildren. She was a devoted wife, mother, and grandmother who enjoyed spending

Penny Sue Green Hunter, 53, passed away on Saturday, September 18th, She was preceded in death by her mother, Susan Green and her father-in-law, John Hunter Sr. She is survived by her

 

Penny Fortner


Penny Ann Brown Fortner, 63, of Kannapolis, went into her heavenly home on Friday, September 17, Penny was born on August 16, in Cabarrus County to the late Ross Macwee Brown and Helen Beck Brown. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by two sons, Randy Fortner and Alan Huffman. Penny worked as a surgery scheduler for OrthoCarolina for the past 17 years and had many close coworkers. She was a faithful member of The Brook Church in China Grove. She enjoyed going

Penny Ann Brown Fortner, 63, of Kannapolis, went into her heavenly home on Friday, September 17, Penny was born on August 16, in Cabarrus County to the late Ross Macwee Brown and Helen

 

Reverend Dr. Harry FergusonChina Grove


Reverend Dr. Harry Truman Ferguson, 75, of China Grove, NC went home to be with his Savior on September 17, at Atrium Health Cabarrus in Concord. Harry was born September 26, in Union County, NC to the late Rev. E.M. Ferguson and the late Ethel Helms Ferguson. Harry attended Winecoff High School. He went on to receive his Master of Arts in Theology in May , Doctor of Ministry on May 14, , Doctor of Theology on July 1, , and Doctor of Divinity on August 6, He

Reverend Dr. Harry Truman Ferguson, 75, of China Grove, NC went home to be with his Savior on September 17, at Atrium Health Cabarrus in Concord. Harry was born September 26, in Union

 

Cecil OrbisonRockwell


Cecil Allen Orbison, 53, of Rockwell went to be with the Lord on Friday, September 17, at Atrium Health Cabarrus Northeast following a one month illness. Allen was born January 2, in Cabarrus County, NC a son of the late Cecil Brown and Peggy Carolyn Wagoner Orbison. He was of the Methodist Faith, Allen had been employed at Trane Technology in Charlotte for 20 years as a computer technician. He was an avid fisherman and camper and loved the Outer Banks. The family will have a

Cecil Allen Orbison, 53, of Rockwell went to be with the Lord on Friday, September 17, at Atrium Health Cabarrus Northeast following a one month illness. Allen was born January 2, in

 

Donalene Coker


Donalene Hunsucker Reece Coker, 59, of Salisbury, passed away Thursday evening, September 16, , at Novant Health Rowan Medical Center, following a brief illness. Born October 18, , in Cabarrus County, she was the daughter of the late Edward Wayne and Pansie Elizabeth Bost Hunsucker. In addition to her parents, Donalene was preceded in death by her first husband, Grady Reece; a brother, Ricky Hunsucker and her step-father, Charles Clodfelter. Bold in her faith, Donalene loved

Donalene Hunsucker Reece Coker, 59, of Salisbury, passed away Thursday evening, September 16, , at Novant Health Rowan Medical Center, following a brief illness. Born October 18, , in

 

Paul Webster


Paul Stephen Webster, 72, of Faith, passed into the loving arms of the Lord September 16, after a period of declining health. Born February 10, in Rowan County, he was the son of the late Paul and Frances Webster. During his working years, he filled many roles with P.H. Jones Construction Company. Paul is of the Baptist faith. His favorite pastime was fishing. Paul is survived by his loving wife Linda Haynes Webster; a step-son, Bryan Snyder and wife Amanda of Concord; two

Paul Stephen Webster, 72, of Faith, passed into the loving arms of the Lord September 16, after a period of declining health. Born February 10, in Rowan County, he was the son of the

 

Bess OxendineKannapolis


Bess Oxendine, 88, of Kannapolis, went into her heavenly home on Thursday, September 16, Bess was born on July 12, in Pennsylvania to the late Raleigh Lee Holland and Pearl Shook Holland. Bess spent her childhood in Franklin, NC before moving to Kannapolis. Bess devoted her life to teaching and taught English at A.L. Brown High School for over 30 years. She was an inspiring educator who made a lasting impact on her students. She was also the yearbook editor for numerous years

Bess Oxendine, 88, of Kannapolis, went into her heavenly home on Thursday, September 16, Bess was born on July 12, in Pennsylvania to the late Raleigh Lee Holland and Pearl Shook

 

Hilario Arellano-RubioKannapolis


Hilario Arellano-Rubio falleció septiembre 15, a la edad de 69 después de una batalla contra el COVID. Nacido en Guerrero, Mexico Octubre 29, Hilario fue un gran esposo, papá, y abuelo. Querido por muchas personas, siempre estaba disponible para todos. Era un hombre trabajador qué nos enseñó cómo trabajar y luchar por todo lo que necesitamos. Su trabajo aquí en la tierra a terminado. Nuestro señor se lo llevó

Hilario Arellano-Rubio falleció septiembre 15, a la edad de 69 después de una batalla contra el COVID. Nacido en Guerrero, Mexico Octubre 29, Hilario fue un gran esposo,

 

Terry Patrick


Terry Ann Lackey Patrick, 65, of Salisbury, peacefully passed away at her home Tuesday morning, September 14, Terry was born May 11, , in Cabarrus County, to the late Chester and Jackie Hamrick Bost. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her much loved twin sister, Sherry Bost Trexler. Terry had been in the food service industry, having worked as a waitress for various local restaurants. She enjoyed watching her TV programs and loved trips to the beach. A

Terry Ann Lackey Patrick, 65, of Salisbury, peacefully passed away at her home Tuesday morning, September 14, Terry was born May 11, , in Cabarrus County, to the late Chester and Jackie

 

Jewel Dean IcardKannapolis


Jewel Dean Brigman Icard February 16, - September 14, Dean's life of service ended Tuesday, Sept. 14, Dean spent most of her childhood in the mill village of Kannapolis. At a very young age, she became the maternal presence in the lives of her younger brothers and sisters. Others later came under her motherly wing and she never relinquished this role. Most Sunday mornings, beginning when she was about 10 years old, Dean walked her brothers and sister to North

Jewel Dean Brigman Icard February 16, - September 14, Dean's life of service ended Tuesday, Sept. 14, Dean spent most of her childhood in the mill village of Kannapolis. At a

 

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Thurman Austin Perry, 86, of Kannapolis passed away at Atrium Health Cabarrus on Sunday, September 12, after a brief illness. Funeral services will be held at PM Wednesday, September 15,  at Whitley’s Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Roger Bostic officiating. Burial will follow at Carolina Memorial Park. The family will receive friends at the funeral home from to PM Wednesday, prior to the funeral. Thurman was born April 26, in Bel Air MD, a son of the late

Thurman Austin Perry, 86, of Kannapolis passed away at Atrium Health Cabarrus on Sunday, September 12, after a brief illness. Funeral services will be held at PM Wednesday, September

 

Billie HipsleyConcord


Billie Jean Hipsley of Concord, NC passed away on September 12, at Accordius Health at Concord. Billie was born in Pine Bluff, Wyoming on June 1, to the late James and Helen Mae Harvey. She was preceded in death by her parents Capt. Alex F. Ruth and Helen Mae Ruth and James Harvey. Husbands Frank M. Williams and Gordon R. Hipsley. Survivors are daughter, Gail Thompson and husband James, son David Williams and late wife Alicia. She was blessed with 3 grandsons, Scott Thompson and

Billie Jean Hipsley of Concord, NC passed away on September 12, at Accordius Health at Concord. Billie was born in Pine Bluff, Wyoming on June 1, to the late James and Helen Mae

 

Marie WallaceDavidson


Marie Elizabeth Walker Wallace, 92, went home to the loving arms of her Lord and Savior, Saturday September 11, , after a period of declining health. Born July 25, in Cabarrus County, she was the daughter of the late Paul Alexander and Mary Cress Walker. Marie attended and received her Bachelor’s Degree from Lenoir Ryne College. She later acquired her Master’s Degree in Education from UNC – Charlotte. During her working years, Marie touched the lives of many

Marie Elizabeth Walker Wallace, 92, went home to the loving arms of her Lord and Savior, Saturday September 11, , after a period of declining health. Born July 25, in Cabarrus County, she

 

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Deaths in January

List of notable deaths in a month

The following is a list of notable deaths in January .

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.

January [edit]

1[edit]

  • Abdul Hakim Al-Taher, 71, Sudanese director and actor, COVID[1]
  • Barry Austin, 52, British record holder, nation's heaviest man, heart attack.[2]
  • Jan de Bie, 74, Dutch painter and photographer.[3]
  • Dame Margaret Booth, 87, British judge.[4]
  • Clint Boulton, 72, English footballer (Port Vale, Torquay United).[5]
  • Colin J. Bushnell, 73, British mathematician.[6]
  • Carlos do Carmo, 81, Portuguese fado singer ("Uma flor de verde pinho"), ruptured aneurysm.[7]
  • Ben Chafin, 60, American politician, member of the Virginia Senate (since ) and House of Delegates (), COVID[8]
  • Emanuele Chiapasco, 90, Italian baseball player (Milano Baseball Club), sporting director, and entrepreneur.[9]
  • Simone Chrisostome, 97, French resistance member and Holocaust survivor.[10]
  • Pierantonio Costa, 81, Italian honorary consul, arranged safe passage during the Rwandan genocide.[11]
  • Christine Dacera, 23, Filipino flight attendant, ruptured aortic aneurysm.[12]
  • Paul Delorey, 71, Canadian curler and politician, Northwest Territories MLA (–).[13]
  • Traude Dierdorf, 73, Austrian politician, mayor of Wiener Neustadt (–).[14]
  • Ron Dominguez, 85, American theme park executive, vice-president of Walt Disney Attractions (–).[15]
  • Mark Eden, 92, English actor (Coronation Street, The Top Secret Life of Edgar Briggs, An Adventure in Space and Time), complications from Alzheimer's disease.[16]
  • Carlos Escudé, 72, Argentine political scientist and author, COVID[17]
  • Cleonâncio Fonseca, 84, Brazilian politician, Deputy (–).[18]
  • Seizō Fukumoto, 77, Japanese actor (Nihon no Fixer, New Battles Without Honor and Humanity, The Last Samurai), lung cancer.[19]
  • George Gerdes, 72, American singer-songwriter and actor (Hidalgo, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, L.A. Noire), brain aneurysm.[20]
  • Dame Elmira Minita Gordon, 90, Belizean viceroy, Governor-General (–).[21]
  • Bernard Guignedoux, 73, French football player (Paris Saint-Germain, Monaco) and manager (Valenciennes).[22]
  • Pablo Hernández, 80, Colombian Olympic racing cyclist ().[23]
  • Abderrahim Lahjouji, 79, Moroccan construction executive and politician, founder of the Citizens' Forces.[24]
  • Ishak Pamumbu Lambe, 74, Indonesian pastor (Toraja Church) and politician, Senator (–).[25]
  • Floyd Little, 78, American Hall of Fame football player (Syracuse Orange, Denver Broncos), cancer.[26]
  • Harald Maartmann, 94, Norwegian Olympic cross-country skier ().[27]
  • Georg Maier, 79, German actor (Familie Meier, Irgendwie und Sowieso) and theatre director.[28]
  • Christian Massé, 69, French writer.[29]
  • Mohammad-Taqi Mesbah-Yazdi, 85, Iranian Islamic cleric and philosopher, member of the Assembly of Experts (–).[30]
  • Misty Morgan, 75, American country music singer (Jack Blanchard & Misty Morgan), cancer.[31]
  • Muspandi, 45, Indonesian politician, member of the East Kalimantan DPRD (since ), COVID[32]
  • Rosemary Nyerere, 59, Tanzanian politician, MP (–).[33]
  • Dhimitër Orgocka, 84, Albanian actor and director, People's Artist, cerebral hemorrhage.[34]
  • Jean Panisse, 92, French actor (An Angel on Wheels, The Young Wolves, Perched on a Tree), COVID[35]
  • Paatje Phefferkorn, 98, Indonesian-born Dutch martial artist, COVID[36]
  • Liam Reilly, 65, Irish singer and songwriter (Bagatelle).[37]
  • Paige Rense, 91, American editor (Architectural Digest), heart disease.[38]
  • Sun Qiaolu, 25, Chinese actress, heart attack.[39]
  • Thomas Symons, 91, Canadian professor and author, President of Trent University (–).[40]
  • Tam Sheung-wai, 86, Hong Kong academic administrator, President of the Open University of Hong Kong (–).[41]
  • Felix Tarasenko, 88, Russian mathematician.[42]
  • Jan Vering, 66, German gospel singer and playwright.[43]
  • George Whitmore, 89, American mountaineer and conservationist, member of first team to summit El Capitan, complications from COVID[44]

2[edit]

  • Cléber Eduardo Arado, 48, Brazilian footballer (Kyoto Purple Sanga, Coritiba), COVID[45]
  • Alex Asmasoebrata, 69, Indonesian auto racer and politician, MP (–).[46]
  • Mary Catherine Bateson, 81, American writer and cultural anthropologist.[47]
  • Mirzaq Biqtash, 75, Algerian writer.[48]
  • Asher Brauner, 74, American actor (B.A.D. Cats, Switchblade Sisters).[49]
  • Robbins Burling, 94, American anthropologist and sociolinguist.[50]
  • Lady Mary Colman, 88, English socialite and philanthropist.[51]
  • Brad Cox, 76, American computer scientist.[52]
  • Brian Cowan, 58, Scottish actor (Taggart, Family Affairs, River City).[53]
  • Bahrum Daido, 56, Indonesian politician, MP (–), COVID[54]
  • Oleg Danilov, 71, Russian playwright and screenwriter (You Are My Only Love, From Hell to Hell, Give Me Moonlight), COVID[55]
  • Carrie Dann, 88, American Western Shoshone indigenous rights activist and spiritual leader.[56]
  • Miquel Ferrer i Aymamí, 89, Spanish footballer (FC Barcelona, CD Condal, Real Oviedo).[57]
  • Rob Flockhart, 64, Canadian ice hockey player (Vancouver Canucks, Minnesota North Stars), heart attack.[58]
  • Marco Formentini, 90, Italian politician, Deputy (–), MEP (–) and mayor of Milan (–).[59]
  • Guadalupe Grande, 55, Spanish poet.[60]
  • Wahid Hamed, 76, Egyptian screenwriter (Terrorism and Kebab, Ma'ali al Wazir, The Yacoubian Building).[61]
  • P. G. Harlankar, 88, Indian police officer, Bangalore Police Commissioner (–).[62]
  • Bernadette Isaac-Sibille, 90, French politician, Deputy (–).[63]
  • Modibo Keita, 78, Malian politician, Prime Minister (, –).[64]
  • Vladimir Korenev, 80, Russian actor (Amphibian Man, Children of Don Quixote, Criminal Talent) and teacher, People's Artist of Russia (), COVID[65]
  • Robert Livingston, 87, American Zen Buddhist teacher.[66]
  • Arsenio Lope Huerta, 77, Spanish politician, mayor of Alcalá de Henares (–).[67]
  • Michael McKevitt, 71, Irish republican, founder of Real IRA, cancer.[68]
  • Ryder Mofokeng, 68, South African football player (Kaizer Chiefs).[69]
  • Christoper Moore, 80, British DJ and radio presenter (Radio Caroline).[70]
  • Neelamperoor Madhusoodanan Nair, 84, Indian poet.[71]
  • Aylin Özmenek, 78–79, Turkish animator, COVID[72]
  • W. B. Park, 84, American cartoonist and illustrator, heart failure.[73]
  • Marek Pivovar, 56, Czech writer and theatre director, complications from COVID[74]
  • Mike Reese, 42, American politician, member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives (since ), ruptured brain aneurysm.[75]
  • Don Salls, , American football player (Alabama Crimson Tide) and coach (Jacksonville State Gamecocks).[76]
  • Yuri Saukh, 69, Russian football player (SKA Rostov, CSKA Moscow, Soviet Union national team) and manager.[77]
  • Buta Singh, 86, Indian politician, Minister of Home Affairs (–), Governor of Bihar (–) and Chairman of NCSC (–), complications from a cerebral haemorrhage.[78]
  • Gary Staples, 80, American politician, member of the Mississippi House of Representatives (–, –), cancer.[79]
  • Subiakto Tjakrawerdaya, 76, Indonesian politician, Minister of Cooperatives and Small Business (–), COVID[80]
  • Sir Brian Urquhart, , British diplomat, Under-Secretary-General of the United Nations (–).[81]
  • Rudolf Vatinyan, 79, Armenian cinematographer (The Tango of Our Childhood).[82]
  • Kerry Vincent, 75, Australian pastry chef and television personality (Food Network Challenge).[83]
  • Johannes Wallmann, 90, German theologian.[84]
  • Paul Westphal, 70, American Hall of Fame basketball player (Boston Celtics, Phoenix Suns) and coach (Sacramento Kings), glioblastoma.[85]
  • Brian Whitcombe, 86, Welsh rugby union player (Keighley).[86]

3[edit]

  • Tasso Adamopoulos, 76, French violist, COVID[87]
  • Carlos Aránguiz, 67, Chilean judge, member of the Supreme Court (since ), pulmonary fibrosis.[88]
  • David Arnold, 81, American mathematician.[89]
  • Raúl Baglini, 71, Argentine politician, Deputy (–) and Senator (–).[90]
  • Lee Breuer, 83, American playwright (The Gospel at Colonus).[91]
  • Alf Callick, 95, Australian footballer (South Melbourne).[92]
  • Alan Daly, 91, Australian footballer (Melbourne).[93]
  • Zoe Davison, 60, British horse trainer, cancer.[94]
  • Eric Jerome Dickey, 59, American author, cancer.[95]
  • Cornelis Feoh, 57, Indonesian politician, member of the East Nusa Tenggara DPRD (since ).[96]
  • Salvador Franco, Venezuelan Pemon detainee, tuberculosis.[97]
  • Rosa Giannetta, 75, Italian journalist and sociologist.[98]
  • Roger Hassenforder, 90, French racing cyclist.[99]
  • Oyewusi Ibidapo-Obe, 71, Nigerian academic administrator, Vice Chancellor of the University of Lagos (–), COVID[]
  • Naohiro Ikeda, 80, Japanese volleyball player, Olympic silver medallist (), lymphoma.[]
  • Shyamji Kanojia, 65, Indian cricketer (Railways).[]
  • Rabeya Khatun, 85, Bangladeshi novelist, cardiac arrest.[]
  • Dick Kulpa, 66, American cartoonist (Cracked, Weekly World News), cancer.[]
  • Renate Lasker-Harpprecht, 96, German Holocaust survivor and journalist.[]
  • Shani Mahadevappa, 88, Indian actor (Shankar Guru, Kaviratna Kalidasa, Guru Brahma), complications from COVID[]
  • Gerry Marsden, 78, English musician (Gerry and the Pacemakers, The Crowd), heart infection.[]
  • Anil Panachooran, 51, Indian lyricist (Arabikkatha, Katha Parayumpol, Marykkundoru Kunjaadu) and poet, COVID[]
  • Werner Rataiczyk, 99, German painter.[]
  • George F. Regas, 90, American Episcopal priest, rector of All Saints Episcopal Church (Pasadena) (–).[]
  • James C. Renick, 72, American academic administrator, Chancellor of UMD (–) and North Carolina A&T (–), complications from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.[]
  • Manola Robles, 72, Chilean journalist.[]
  • Elena Santiago, 79, Spanish writer.[]
  • Barbara Shelley, 88, British actress (Village of the Damned, Dracula: Prince of Darkness, Quatermass and the Pit), complications from COVID[]
  • Ali Taher, 59, Indonesian politician, MP (–, since ), COVID[]
  • Ricardo Akinobu Yamauti, 71, Brazilian politician, mayor of Praia Grande (–), COVID[]

4[edit]

  • Tom Acker, 90, American baseball player (Cincinnati Redlegs).[]
  • Anatoliy Butenko, 82, Ukrainian politician, MP (–).[]
  • Ronnie Burgess, 57, American football player (Green Bay Packers), cardiac arrest.[]
  • Josep Fornas, 96, Spanish editor and politician, member of Catalan Parliament (–).[]
  • Seymour Van Gundy, 89, American professor emeritus of nematology.[]
  • Sandra Hutchens, 65, American law enforcement official, Sheriff-Coroner of Orange County (–), breast cancer.[]
  • Lee Heung-kam, 88, Hong Kong actress (Story of the White-Haired Demon Girl, Moonlight Resonance, Can't Buy Me Love).[]
  • Franco Loi, 90, Italian poet.[]
  • Laurent Mailhot, 89, Canadian historian and writer.[]
  • John Muckler, 86, Canadian ice hockey coach (Minnesota North Stars, Edmonton Oilers, Buffalo Sabres) and executive, complications from heart surgery.[]
  • Jonas Neubauer, 39, American Tetris player, seven-time world champion.[]
  • Elias Rahbani, 82, Lebanese lyricist and composer, COVID[]
  • Bernard P. Randolph, 87, American general, complications from COVID[]
  • Tanya Roberts, 65, American actress (A View to a Kill, Charlie's Angels, That '70s Show), complications from a blood infection.[]
  • Guillermo Rodríguez Melgarejo, 77, Argentine Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of San Martín (–).[]
  • Albert Roux, 85, French restaurateur and chef (The Waterside Inn, Le Gavroche).[]
  • M. R. Schunker, 96, Indian naval officer, FOCWF (–), Vice Chief of the Naval Staff (–) and Director General of the Coast Guard (–).[]
  • Gregory Sierra, 83, American actor (Barney Miller, Sanford and Son, The Other Side of the Wind), cancer.[]
  • Antoni Stankiewicz, 85, Polish Roman Catholic prelate, lawyer and theologian, Dean of the Tribunal of the Roman Rota (–).[]
  • Butch Stewart, 79, Jamaican hotelier, founder and chairman of Sandals Resorts and Beaches Resorts.[]
  • Bambang Suryadi, 52, Indonesian politician, MP (since ), COVID[]
  • David Thompson, 84, British food manufacturing executive and horse stable owner (Cheveley Park Stud), co-founder of Hillsdown Holdings, renal failure.[]
  • Kay Ullrich, 77, Scottish politician, MSP (–).[]
  • Martinus J. G. Veltman, 89, Dutch theoretical physicist, Nobel laureate ().[]
  • Karl-Heinz Vosgerau, 93, German actor (World on a Wire).[]

5[edit]

  • Marie Albe, 96, French journalist (Radio France) and actress (Alone in the World, The Horseman on the Roof).[]
  • Bonifácio José Tamm de Andrada, 90, Brazilian professor, lawyer and politician, Deputy (–), complications from COVID[]
  • Colin Bell, 74, English footballer (Bury, Manchester City, national team).[]
  • Jerry Berger, 87, American public relations practitioner and journalist (St. Louis Post-Dispatch).[]
  • C. George Boeree, 68, Dutch-born American psychologist.[]
  • Brandãozinho, 90, Brazilian footballer.[]
  • Bob Brett, 67, Australian tennis coach, cancer.[]
  • Christina Crosby, 67, American scholar and writer, pancreatic cancer.[]
  • João Cutileiro, 83, Portuguese sculptor, respiratory failure.[]
  • Annasif Døhlen, 90, Norwegian sculptor.[]
  • Thereasea Elder, 93, American public health nurse.[]
  • Osian Ellis, 92, Welsh harpist and composer.[]
  • Patricia C. Frist, 81, American banker and philanthropist.[]
  • Karl Gamma, 93, Swiss Olympic alpine skier ().[]
  • John Georgiadis, 81, British violinist (London Symphony Orchestra) and conductor (Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra).[]
  • Mluleki George, 72, South African politician, founder of the United Congress, COVID[]
  • Goldikova, 15, French Hall of Fame racehorse.[]
  • James Greene, 89, Northern Irish actor (William and Mary, Johnny English, Empire of the Sun).[]
  • András Haán, 74, Hungarian Olympic basketball player () and sailor ().[]
  • Happy Man Tree, c. , British plane tree, Tree of the Year (), cut down.[]
  • Robert Heptinstall, , British pathologist.[]
  • Neil Hopkinson, 63, English Hellenist, myeloma.[]
  • Kim Tschang-yeul, 91, South Korean painter.[]
  • Tyberii Korponai, 62, Ukrainian football player and manager (Karpaty Lviv, Zakarpattia Uzhhorod, Kremin Kremenchuk).[]
  • Don Leppert, 90, American baseball player (Baltimore Orioles).[]
  • A. Madhavan, 86, Indian writer.[]
  • Vladimír Oplt, 83, Czech politician, Senator (–).[]
  • Pat Patrick, 91, American racing team owner (Patrick Racing).[]
  • Donald Perry Polsky, 92, American architect, COVID and pneumonia.[]
  • John Richardson, 86, English actor (One Million Years B.C., Black Sunday, Torso), COVID[]
  • Moncer Rouissi, 80, Tunisian politician.[]
  • Nghlhav Mehtabs Singh, 72, Indian Olympic boxer ().[]
  • Telly Tjanggulung, 47, Indonesian politician, Regent of Southeast Minahasa (–).[]
  • Vennelakanti, 63, Indian lyricist (Murali Krishnudu, Gharana Bullodu, Pellaina Kothalo), cardiac arrest.[]
  • Pungky Purnomo Wibowo, 52, Indonesian economist, heart attack.[]
  • Keliek Wicaksono, 42, Indonesian visual effects artist ( Warrior), Citra Cup awardee (), blood cancer.[]
  • William Windham, 94, British Olympic rower ().[]
  • Mikhail Zhelev, 77, Bulgarian Olympic runner (, ).[]
  • Joseph Zong Huaide, , Chinese Roman Catholic clandestine prelate, Bishop of Sanyuan (–).[]

6[edit]

  • Jonathan Aldrich, 84, American poet, stroke.[]
  • Kenneth Z. Altshuler, 91, American psychiatrist, COVID[]
  • Mircea Bolba, 59, Romanian football player (Politehnica Timișoara, Bihor Oradea) and manager (Olimpia Satu Mare).[]
  • Alan Burgess, , New Zealand cricketer (Canterbury).[]
  • Thomas G. Carpenter, 94, American academic administrator, President of UNF (–) and UofM (–).[]
  • Mihai Cotorobai, 69, Moldovan politician, Deputy (–), COVID[]
  • James Cross, 99, Irish-born British diplomat and kidnapping survivor (October Crisis), COVID[]
  • Peter S. Eagleson, 92, American hydrologist.[]
  • Nsikak Eduok, 73, Nigerian air force officer, Chief of the Air Staff (, –).[]
  • Bobby Few, 85, American jazz pianist.[]
  • Eldon Fortie, 79, American football player (BYU Cougars, Edmonton Eskimos).[]
  • Donald Frith, 96, American ceramic artist and academic.[]
  • Wiesław Glos, 84, Polish Olympic fencer (, ) and architect.[]
  • Edward Gnat, 80, Polish politician, Deputy (–, –), COVID[]
  • Francis Hammel, 70, French politician, Deputy (–).[]
  • Jim Haynes, 87, American-British underground and avant-garde theatre producer, co-founder of the Traverse Theatre and International Times.[]
  • Gerald Hiken, 93, American actor (Reds, Car 54, Where Are You?, Invitation to a Gunfighter).[]
  • Laurence H. Kedes, 83, American scientist.[]
  • John Land, 82, British Olympic field hockey player (), motor neurone disease.[]
  • Jack Lihou, 90, Australian cricketer.[]
  • Danilo Lim, 65, Filipino military officer, Chairman of the MMDA (since ), COVID[]
  • Alf Lomas, 94, British politician, MEP (–).[]
  • Pag-asa, 28, Filipino Philippine eagle, first to have been bred and hatched in captivity.[]
  • Gord Renwick, 85, Canadian ice hockey administrator, President of the CAHA (–) and vice-president of the IIHF (–).[]
  • Barry Schwartz, 82, American sociologist.[]
  • Iulian Șerban, 35, Romanian paracanoeist, world champion (, , ).[]
  • Victor Thulare III, 40, South African royal, king of the Pedi people (since ), COVID[]
  • Jim Townsend, 83, Irish politician, Senator (–).[]
  • Filip Trifonov, 73, Bulgarian actor (The Boy Turns Man, The Hare Census, A Nameless Band).[]
  • Burt Wilson, 87, American philosopher, writer and jazz musician, complications from COVID[]

7[edit]

  • Alex Apolinário, 24, Brazilian footballer (Alverca, Cruzeiro), cardiac arrest.[]
  • Michael Apted, 79, English film director (Gorillas in the Mist, Coal Miner's Daughter, The World Is Not Enough).[]
  • Jan Blommaert, 59, Belgian sociolinguist and linguistic anthropologist, cancer.[]
  • Elanga Buala, 56, Papua New Guinean Olympic runner ().[]
  • Leonid Bujor, 65, Moldovan politician, Minister of Education (–) and Deputy (–), COVID[]
  • Robbins Burling, 94, American anthropologist and sociolinguist.[]
  • Biserka Cvejić, 97, Serbian opera singer.[]
  • Deezer D, 55, American rapper and actor (ER, In the Mix, CB4), heart attack.[]
  • Ian Foreman, 90, Australian footballer (Footscray).[]
  • Grant Gondrezick, 57, American basketball player (Phoenix Suns, Los Angeles Clippers, Limoges CSP).[]
  • Thomas Gumpert, 68, German actor (Verbotene Liebe, Lindenstraße, Polizeiruf ).[]
  • John Heilpern, 78, British theatre critic and editor (The Observer, The New York Observer, Vanity Fair), lung cancer.[]
  • Valeri Khlevinsky, 77, Russian actor (Big School-Break, Valentin and Valentina, Taxi Blues), People's Artist of Russia ().[]
  • Taky Kimura, 96, American martial artist.[]
  • Wilberforce Kisamba Mugerwa, 75, Ugandan agricultural economist and politician, COVID[]
  • Vladimir Kiselyov, 64, Ukrainian shot putter, Olympic champion ().[]
  • Tom LaBonge, 67, American politician, member of the Los Angeles City Council (–), cardiac arrest.[]
  • Genival Lacerda, 89, Brazilian forró singer, COVID[]
  • Tommy Lasorda, 93, American Hall of Fame baseball manager (Los Angeles Dodgers) and player (Brooklyn Dodgers, Kansas City Athletics), heart failure.[]
  • Christopher Little, 79, British literary agent, founder of Christopher Little Literary Agency.[]
  • Jamie O'Hara, 70, American country musician and songwriter ("Grandpa (Tell Me 'Bout the Good Old Days)", "Older Women"), Grammy winner (), cancer.[]
  • Guy Péqueux, 78, French painter.[]
  • Lonnie Perrin, 68, American football player (Denver Broncos, Chicago Bears, Washington Redskins).[]
  • Marion Ramsey, 73, American actress (Police Academy, Return to Babylon, Lavalantula) and singer.[]
  • Carlos Rasch, 88, Brazilian science fiction author.[]
  • Norberto James Rawlings, 75, Dominican poet, complications from Parkinson's disease.[]
  • Adebayo Salami, 69, Nigerian politician, Senator (–).[]
  • Munira Yamin Satti, Pakistani politician, Punjab MPA (since ), COVID[]
  • Henri Schwery, 88, Swiss Roman Catholic cardinal, Bishop of Sion (–).[]
  • Neil Sheehan, 84, American journalist (The New York Times), Pulitzer Prize winner (), complications from Parkinson's disease.[]
  • Brian Sicknick, 42, American police officer (U.S. Capitol Police).[]
  • Solange, 69, Italian psychic and TV personality.[]
  • Reynaldo Umali, 63, Filipino politician, member of the House of Representatives (–), COVID[]
  • Mel Weitsman, 91, American Buddhist priest, founder of the Berkeley Zen Center.[]

8[edit]

  • Paul Amargier, 96, French historian and Catholic priest.[]
  • Cástor Oswaldo Azuaje Pérez, 69, Venezuelan Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Trujillo (since ), COVID[]
  • Eva Badura-Skoda, 91, Austrian musicologist.[]
  • William H. Barbour Jr., 79, American jurist, Judge (since ) and Chief Judge (–) of the U.S. District Court for Southern Mississippi.[]
  • Harold Bornstein, 73, American gastroenterologist.[]
  • Eve Branson, 96, British philanthropist and child welfare advocate, COVID[]
  • Ed Bruce, 81, American singer-songwriter ("Mammas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys", "You're the Best Break This Old Heart Ever Had") and actor (Bret Maverick).[]
  • David Buchsbaum, 91, American mathematician, heart failure.[]
  • Steve Carver, 75, American film director (Lone Wolf McQuade, Big Bad Mama, Capone), complications from COVID[]
  • John Corcoran, 83, American logician and philosopher.[]
  • David Darling, 79, American cellist and composer.[]
  • Květa Eretová, 94, Czech chess player.[]
  • Michael Fonfara, 74, Canadian keyboardist (The Electric Flag, Downchild Blues Band, Rhinoceros), cancer.[]
  • Otto Geisert, 81, German footballer (Karlsruhe, Kaiserslautern).[]
  • Emile Hemmen, 97, Luxembourgian novelist and poet, member of the Luxembourgish Patriot League resistance.[]
  • Steve Hendrickson, 54, American football player (San Francisco 49ers, San Diego Chargers, Houston Oilers).[]
  • Mike Henry, 84, American football player (Pittsburgh Steelers) and actor (Smokey and the Bandit, Tarzan and the Valley of Gold), Parkinson's disease and chronic traumatic encephalopathy.[]
  • Peter W. Huber, 68, American lawyer and non-fiction writer.[]
  • Seth Abid Hussain, 84–85, Pakistani businessman and philanthropist.[]
  • Norm Jary, 91, Canadian politician, mayor of Guelph (–).[]
  • Werner Klumpp, 92, German politician, Minister-President of the Saarland ().[]
  • Barbara Köhler, 61, German poet.[]
  • Marian Kondratowicz, 79, Polish footballer (Odra Opole).[]
  • Steve Lightle, 61, American comic book artist (Legion of Super-Heroes, Doom Patrol, The Flash), complications from COVID[]
  • Colin McDonald, 92, Australian cricketer (Victoria, national team).[]
  • Stewart McKnight, 85, New Zealand cricketer (Otago) and curler.[]
  • José Méndez, 83, Spanish Olympic rower ().[]
  • Diana Millay, 85, American actress (Street of Sinners, Dark Shadows, The Secret Storm).[]
  • Dorine Mokha, 31, Congolese dancer, malaria.[]
  • Samuel L. Myers Sr., , American economist and educationist.[]
  • Bill Nankeville, 95, British Olympic runner (, ).[]
  • Ivo Niederle, 91, Czech actor.[]
  • Folabi Olumide, 81, Nigerian academic, Vice-Chancellor of Lagos State University (–).[]
  • Wojciech Przybylski, 81, Polish football player (Broń Radom) and manager (Lechia Gdańsk, Al-Jaish).[]
  • Deborah Rhode, 68, American legal scholar.[]
  • Don Robertson, 92, American television announcer (CBS Sports).[]
  • Grace Robertson, 90, British photographer.[]
  • Michael Shaw, Baron Shaw of Northstead, , British politician, MP (–, –) and life peer.[]
  • Rajkumar Jhalajit Singh, 96, Indian historian.[]
  • Vladimir Tretyakov, 84, Russian mathematician, rector (–) and president (since ) of Ural State University.[]
  • Iancu Țucărman, 98, Romanian Holocaust survivor, COVID[]
  • Katharine Whitehorn, 92, English journalist (The Observer), complications from Alzheimer's disease.[]
  • Shirley Wilson, 95, American football coach (Elon University, Duke University).[]
  • Xu Qinxian, 85, Chinese military officer and political dissident, choking.[]
  • Zoffany, 12, Irish racehorse and sire, liver failure.[]

9[edit]

  • Beddu Amang, 84, Indonesian economist, Head of State Logistics Agency (–).[]
  • Mehdi Attar-Ashrafi, 72, Iranian Olympic weightlifter ().[]
  • Antón Cancelas, 65, Spanish voice actor.[]
  • Jerry Douglas, 85, American director and writer.[]
  • František Filip, 90, Czech film director (Tři chlapi v chalupě, Chalupáři, Utrpení mladého Boháčka), COVID[]
  • Patrick Gordon-Duff-Pennington, 90, British farmer and landowner (Muncaster Castle).[]
  • Barbara Hewson, 59, Irish barrister, pancreatic cancer.[]
  • Isaak Khalatnikov, , Russian physicist (BKL singularity).[]
  • Vivalyn Latty-Scott, 82, West Indies cricketer (Jamaica national team, West Indies national team) and coach.[]
  • John Lutz, 81, American mystery writer (SWF Seeks Same), complications of Lewy body dementia, Parkinson's disease, and COVID[]
  • Ved Mehta, 86, Indian novelist, complications from Parkinson's disease.[]
  • Ken Middleditch, 95, British motorcycle speedway rider (Hastings Saxons, Poole Pirates, Swindon Robins).[]
  • Johnson Mlambo, 80, South African political activist, complications from COVID[]
  • Margaret Morrison, 66, Canadian philosopher of science, cancer.[]
  • Ezra Nawi, 69, Israeli human rights activist, cancer.[]
  • Hans Frede Nielsen, 77, Danish philologist.[]
  • John Reilly, 86, American actor (General Hospital, Sunset Beach, Passions), heart attack.[]
  • Llorenç Rifé, 82, Spanish football player (F.C. Barcelona, Deportivo de La Coruña).[]
  • George Robertson, 93, Canadian ice hockey player (Montreal Canadiens), COVID[]
  • Rong Zi, 98, Chinese-Taiwanese writer and poet.[]
  • John Joseph Ryba, 91, American politician, member of the Wisconsin State Assembly (–).[]
  • Ken Sedd, 81, British television actor (The Benny Hill Show, Doctor Who, Z-Cars).[]
  • Philip Seeman, 86, Canadian neuropharmacologist, muscle disease.[]
  • Kathy Shaidle, 56, Canadian writer, cancer.[]
  • Fabrizio Soccorsi, 78, Italian physician, Papal private doctor (since ), complications from cancer and COVID[]
  • Madhav Singh Solanki, 93, Indian politician, Chief Minister of Gujarat (–) and Minister of External Affairs (–), cardiac arrest.[]
  • Todd Stadtman, 59, American musician and writer.[]
  • Mulyadi Tamsir, 39, Indonesian politician and student activist, chairman of the Muslim Students' Association (–), plane crash.[]
  • Caroly Wilcox, 89, American puppeteer (The Muppet Show, Sesame Street, Fraggle Rock).[]
  • Jeannette Wood, 88, American politician, member of the Washington House of Representatives (–) and Senate (–).[]

10[edit]

  • Ahmet Vefik Alp, 72, Turkish architect and political advisor, heart attack.[]
  • Graham Arthur, 84, Australian football player (Hawthorn, Victoria) and coach.[]
  • Hubert Auriol, 68, French rally driver, Dakar Rally winner (, , ), complications from COVID[]
  • Sir David Barclay, 86, British businessman.[]
  • Joël Batteux, 77, French politician, mayor of Saint-Nazaire (–), complications from surgery.[]
  • Louis-Pierre Bougie, 74, Canadian painter and engraver, pneumonia.[]
  • Arthur Bramley, 91, English footballer (Mansfield Town).[]
  • Harry Brown, 72, American basketball player, diabetes.[]
  • Pedro Casado, 83, Spanish footballer (Real Madrid, Sabadell, national team).[]
  • Tosh Chamberlain, 86, English footballer (Fulham, Dover Athletic, Gravesend and Northfleet).[]
  • Avelino Chaves, 89, Spanish football player (Real Zaragoza) and executive.[]
  • Adam Dyczkowski, 88, Polish Roman Catholic prelate and philosopher, Bishop of Zielona Góra-Gorzów (–), COVID[]
  • Nancy Walker Bush Ellis, 94, American philanthropist, complications from COVID[]
  • Theo English, 90, Irish hurler (Marlfield, Tipperary).[]
  • Kristen K. Flaa, 95, Norwegian politician, mayor of Aust-Agder (–).[]
  • James Follett, 81, British writer (A Cage of Eagles).[]
  • Tom Gannon, 77, American politician, member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives (–).[]
  • Bruno Ghedina, 77, Italian Olympic ice hockey player (), COVID[]
  • Pedro González, 83, Dominican baseball player (New York Yankees, Cleveland Indians).[]
  • Tony Gregory, 83, English footballer (Luton Town, Watford).[]
  • Ángel Sergio Guerrero Mier, 85, Mexican politician, Governor of Durango (–).[]
  • Robert Halley, 85, French politician and businessman.[]
  • Bobby Kellard, 77, English football player (Southend United, Portsmouth, Crystal Palace) and manager.[]
  • Aminu Isa Kontagora, 64, Nigerian politician, Administrator of Benue State (–) and Kano State (–), complications from COVID[]
  • Sonny Leonard, 77, American engine designer and builder.[]
  • Christopher Maboulou, 30, French-Congolese footballer (Châteauroux, Bastia, PAS Giannina), heart attack.[]
  • Tahir Mughal, 43, Pakistani cricketer (Gujranwala, Allied Bank Limited, National Bank of Pakistan), gallbladder cancer.[]
  • Josep Antoni Noya, 81, Spanish footballer (Sabadell, Atlético de Madrid).[]
  • Georges Pernoud, 73, French journalist, television presenter and television producer.[]
  • Wayne Radford, 64, American basketball player (Indiana Hoosiers, Indiana Pacers).[]
  • Benita Raphan, 58, American filmmaker and designer.[]
  • Dee Rowe, 91, American college basketball coach (UConn Huskies), COVID[]
  • Antonio Sabàto Sr., 77, Italian-American actor (Grand Prix, One Dollar Too Many, Due volte Giuda), COVID[]
  • Donald Smith, 97, English cricketer (Sussex, national team).[]
  • Julie Strain, 58, American actress (Heavy Metal ) and model (Penthouse, Heavy Metal), complications from dementia.[]
  • David Stypka, 41, Czech singer-songwriter and guitarist, complications from pancreatic cancer and COVID[]
  • Walter Taibo, 89, Uruguayan footballer (Huracán, Nacional, national team).[]
  • Mohammad Khaledur Rahman Tito, 74, Bangladeshi politician, MP (–, –).[]
  • Pala Thankam, 79, Indian actress (Rebecca, Gangasangamam, Ormakal Marikkumo).[]
  • Thorleif Torstensson, 71, Swedish singer (Thorleifs), COVID[]
  • Naseer Turabi, 75, Indian-born Pakistani poet.[]
  • Yeng Pway Ngon, 73, Singaporean writer and poet, prostate cancer.[]

11[edit]

  • Massoud Achkar, 64, Lebanese politician, COVID[]
  • Sheldon Adelson, 87, American casino owner, founder of Las Vegas Sands, lymphoma.[]
  • Vassilis Alexakis, 77, Greek-born French writer and translator.[]
  • Guy Auffray, 75, French judoka.[]
  • Éric Babin, 61, French politician, traffic collision.[]
  • Edward Beard, 80, American politician, member of the U.S. House of Representatives (–) and the Rhode Island House of Representatives (–), Parkinson's disease.[]
  • Roger Cayrel, 95, French astronomer.[]
  • José Centenera, 89, Spanish Olympic equestrian ().[]
  • Shashikumar Chitre, 84, Indian mathematician and astrophysicist.[]
  • Lloyd Cowan, 58, British track and field athlete and coach.[]
  • Étienne Draber, 81, French actor (May Fools, Madame Bovary, House of D), COVID[]
  • Fabio Enzo, 74, Italian footballer (Roma, Cesena, Novara), complications from COVID[]
  • Yousef Ghawanmeh, 85, Jordanian historian.[]
  • Lionel Gossman, 91, Scottish-American literary scholar.[]
  • Ron Grigg, 92, British chemist.[]
  • Ian Griggs, 92, British Anglican prelate, Bishop of Ludlow (–).[]
  • Ronald J. Hays, 92, American admiral.[]
  • Kathleen Heddle, 55, Canadian rower, Olympic champion (, ), breast and lymph node cancer.[]
  • Howard Johnson, 79, American jazz musician.[]
  • Mark Keds, 50, English singer (Senseless Things, Deadcuts), chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.[]
  • David Khakhaleishvili, 49, Georgian judoka, Olympic champion (), heart disease.[]
  • Gothard Kokott, 77, Polish football manager (Raków Częstochowa, Ruch Radzionków).[]
  • Paul Kölliker, 88, Swiss Olympic rower (), COVID[]
  • Rada Lysenko, 99, Ukrainian pianist and pedagogue, People's Artist of Ukraine.[]
  • Bogdan Macovei, 67, Romanian handball manager and author.[]
  • Jean-Marie Marconot, 82, French sociolinguist.[]
  • Mario Masuku, 69, Swazi politician.[]
  • Tetsuo Najita, 84, American historian.[]
  • Kurt Oddekalv, 63, Norwegian environmentalist, founder of Green Warriors of Norway, drowning.[]
  • Tord Peterson, 94, Swedish actor (Honeymoon, House of Angels, Echoes from the Dead).[]
  • Luis Adriano Piedrahíta Sandoval, 74, Colombian Roman Catholic prelate, bishop of Apartadó (–) and Santa Marta (since ), COVID[]
  • Turlapaty Kutumba Rao, 89, Indian writer and orator.[]
  • Mizanur Rahman Khan, 53, Bangladeshi journalist, COVID[]
  • Oscar Rizzato, 91, Italian Roman Catholic titular bishop, COVID[]
  • Prentice Earl Sanders, 83, American police officer, chief of the San Francisco Police Department (–).[]
  • Benoît Sinzogan, 90, Beninese military officer and politician, Minister of Foreign Affairs (–).[]
  • Margo St. James, 83, American women's rights activist and sex worker.[]
  • Paul Taylor, 81, American engineer.[]
  • Howard Teten, 88, American FBI instructor.[]
  • William E. Thornton, 91, American astronaut (Challenger).[]
  • Stacy Title, 56, American film director (The Bye Bye Man, The Last Supper, Hood of Horror), complications from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.[]
  • Ganesh Shankar Vidyarthi, 96, Indian independence activist and politician, COVID[]

12[edit]

  • Frank Arok, 88, Serbian-Australian football player (FK Jedinstvo) and manager (St George Saints, Australia national team).[]
  • Lingson Belekanyama, Malawian politician, COVID[]
  • Bruce Bennett, 77, American Canadian football player (Saskatchewan Roughriders), pneumonia and COVID[]
  • Florentin Crihălmeanu, 61, Romanian Greek Catholic hierarch, Bishop of Cluj-Gherla (since ), COVID[]
  • Wim de Graaff, 89, Dutch Olympic speed skater (, ) and coach.[]
  • Cecil Humphery-Smith, 92, British genealogist and heraldist.[]
  • Carlos Joseph, 40, American football player (San Diego Chargers, Manchester Wolves), ruptured brain aneurysm.[]
  • Sid Lerner, 90, American advertising industry executive, founder of Meatless Monday.[]
  • Tim Lester, 52, American football player (Los Angeles Rams, Pittsburgh Steelers, Dallas Cowboys), COVID[]
  • Fred Levin, 83, American lawyer (Levin Papantonio Law Firm), COVID[]
  • Barry Lewis, 75, American architectural historian, heart failure.[]
  • Mona Malm, 85, Swedish actress (Heja Roland!, Fanny and Alexander, The Tattooed Widow).[]
  • Álvaro Mejía, 80, Colombian Olympic long-distance runner (, , ).[]
  • Sidik Mia, 55, Malawian politician, MP (–), Minister of Defence (–), Minister of Transport and Public Works (since ), COVID[]
  • Willie Miller, 70, Scottish urban planner.[]
  • Theodoros Mitras, 72, Greek politician, MP (–).[]
  • Christopher P. Monkhouse, 73, American architectural historian, stroke.[]
  • Osvaldo Peredo, 79, Bolivian revolutionary (Ñancahuazú Guerrilla).[]
  • Philaret, 85, Belarusian Orthodox prelate, Metropolitan of Minsk and Slutsk (–), leader of the Belarusian Orthodox Church (–), COVID[]
  • John G. Ramsay, 89, British structural geologist.[]
  • Bridget Rowe, 70, British journalist, editor of Sunday Mirror (–, –), The People (–), COVID[]
  • Khalid bin Abdullah Al Saud, 84, Saudi royal, conglomerate magnate (Mawarid Holding) and horse stable owner (Juddmonte Farms).[]
  • Liudmyla Semykina, 97, Ukrainian artist and painter.[]
  • Shingoose, 74, Canadian folk musician, COVID[]
  • João Henrique de Souza, 78, Brazilian politician, member of the Legislative Assembly of Paraíba, COVID[]
  • Yuval Stonis, 37, Israeli actor and screenwriter, stomach cancer.[]
  • Keith Valigura, 63, American politician, member of the Texas House of Representatives (–).[]
  • John Ward, 83, New Zealand cricketer (Canterbury, national team).[]
  • Robert Warke, 90, Irish Anglican prelate, Bishop of Cork, Cloyne and Ross (–).[]
  • Dame Margaret Weston, 94, British museum curator, Director of the Science Museum (–).[]

13[edit]

  • Howard Andrew, 86, American poker player.[]
  • Kenneth Barker, 86, British academic administrator, vice-chancellor of De Montfort University (–) and Thames Valley University (–).[] (death announced on this date)
  • Tim Bogert, 76, American rock bassist (Vanilla Fudge, Beck, Bogert & Appice, Cactus), cancer.[]
  • Duke Bootee, 69, American rapper and songwriter ("The Message"), heart failure.[]
  • Nicky Booth, 40, British boxer.[]
  • Mario Cecchini, 87, Italian Roman Catholic prelate, bishop of Fano-Fossombrone-Cagli-Pergola (–), COVID[]
  • Borivoje Cenić, 90, Serbian basketball player (Radnički Belgrade) and coach (OKK Beograd, Apollon Patras).[]
  • Patrick Chapuis, 71, French photographer.[]
  • Sir Robert Cohan, 95, American-born British dancer and choreographer, founder of The Place, London Contemporary Dance School and LCDT.[]
  • Frank J. Coppa, 83, American historian and author.[]
  • Gerry Cottle, 75, British circus owner and presenter, COVID[]
  • Siegfried Fischbacher, 81, German-American magician and entertainer (Siegfried & Roy), pancreatic cancer.[]
  • Benjamin F. Gibson, 89, American jurist, Judge (–) and Chief Judge (–) of the U.S. District Court for Western Michigan.[]
  • Gimax, 83, Italian racing driver.[]
  • Henri Goraïeb, 85, Lebanese pianist.[]
  • Michel Gravel, 84, Canadian photographer.[]
  • Moses Hamungole, 53, Zambian Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Monze (since ), COVID[]
  • Ben Hines, 85, American baseball coach (Los Angeles Dodgers).[]
  • Ken Jones, 70, American LGBT rights activist, bladder cancer.[]
  • Bernd Kannenberg, 78, German race walker, Olympic champion ().[]
  • Ndubuisi Kanu, 77, Nigerian rear admiral and politician, Military Governor of Imo State (–) and Lagos State (–).[]
  • Fiu Loimata II, 79, Samoan politician, MP (–).[]
  • Norman MacLeod, 93, Canadian financier and politician, President of the Liberal Party of Canada (–).[]
  • Don Mason, 86, British immunologist.[]
  • Seyoum Mesfin, 71, Ethiopian politician and diplomat, Minister of Foreign Affairs (–) and Ambassador to China (–), shot.[]
  • Bryan Monroe, 55, American journalist (CNN, Ebony, Jet), heart attack.[]
  • Nelson Nieves, 86, Venezuelan Olympic fencer ().[]
  • Sinikka Nopola, 67, Finnish writer (Ricky Rapper).[]
  • Norodom Yuvaneath, 77, Cambodian royal.[]
  • Ben Nsibandze, 89, Swazi politician, acting Prime Minister ().[]
  • Mircea Păcurariu, 88, Romanian theologian.[]
  • Joël Robert, 77, Belgian motocross racer, six-time world champion, COVID[]
  • Øyvind Sandberg, 67, Norwegian film director.[]
  • Marielle de Sarnez, 69, French politician, Deputy (since ), Minister in charge of European Affairs () and MEP (–), leukemia.[]
  • Eusébio Scheid, 88, Brazilian Roman Catholic cardinal, Archbishop of São Sebastião do Rio de Janeiro (–), COVID[]
  • Safwat El-Sherif, 87, Egyptian politician, Minister of Information (–), leukemia.[]
  • Sylvain Sylvain, 69, Egyptian-born American guitarist (New York Dolls), cancer.[]
  • Philip Tartaglia, 70, Scottish Roman Catholic prelate, Metropolitan Archbishop of Glasgow (since ), COVID[]
  • Abay Tsehaye, Ethiopian politician, co-founder of the Marxist–Leninist League of Tigray, shot.[]
  • Maguito Vilela, 71, Brazilian lawyer and politician, Governor of Goiás (–), Senator (–) and Mayor-elected of Goiânia (since ), COVID[]
  • Hannes Viljoen, 77, South African rugby union player (Natal, national team).[]

14[edit]

  • Melanio Asensio, 84, Spanish Olympic sprinter ().[]
  • Carlos Armando Biebrich, 81, Mexican lawyer and politician, Governor of Sonora (–), Deputy (–), COVID[]
  • Cliff Burvill, 83, Australian Olympic cyclist (), fall.[]
  • José Luis Caballero, 65, Mexican Olympic footballer ().[]
  • Storm Constantine, 64, British fantasy and science fiction author (Sea Dragon Heir, Grigori Trilogy).[]
  • Simon Crosse, 90, British Olympic rower ().[]
  • Todd Gabbett, 78, American football player (Illinois, Virginia Sailors) and coach.[]
  • Boris Grachevsky, 71, Russian film director, screenwriter and actor (Yeralash), COVID[]
  • Vicente Alejandro Guillamón, 90, Spanish journalist.[]
  • Eiji Hashimoto, 89, Japanese-American harpsichordist.[]
  • Ali Jaber, 44, Saudi-born Indonesian Islamic cleric.[]
  • Shirley Johnson, 83, American politician, member of the Michigan House of Representatives (–, –) and Senate (–).[]
  • John LaRose, 69, American baseball player (Boston Red Sox).[]
  • Vincent Logan, 79, Scottish Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Dunkeld (–), COVID[]
  • Harold Lawrence McPheeters, 97, American psychiatrist.[]
  • Brian Moller, 85, Irish priest.[]
  • Elijah Moshinsky, 75, Australian opera, theatre and television director, COVID[]
  • Evžen Neustupný, 87, Czech archaeologist.[]
  • Aleksandr Nikitin, 59, Russian football player (Torpedo Volzhsky, SKA Rostov-on-Don, Rotor Volgograd) and manager.[]
  • Leonidas Pelekanakis, 58, Greek Olympic sailor (, , ), COVID[]
  • Yrjö Rantanen, 70, Finnish chess player.[]
  • Peter Mark Richman, 93, American actor (Dynasty, Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan, Poolhall Junkies).[]
  • Éamonn Ryan, 79–80, Irish Gaelic football player (Glenville, UCC) and manager (Cork).[]
  • Ron Samford, 90, American baseball player (New York Giants, Detroit Tigers, Washington Senators).[]
  • Jane Sinclair, 64, British Anglican priest, Canon of Westminster (–).[]
  • Jan de Vries, 77, Dutch motorcycle racer, cardiac arrest.[]
  • Larry Willoughby, 70, American country singer-songwriter ("Building Bridges", "Operator, Operator") and music executive, vice-president of A&R at Capitol Records, COVID[]
  • Dinesh Chandra Yadav, Nepalese politician, MP (–), COVID[]

15[edit]

  • William R. Allen, 96, American economist.[]
  • Dale Baer, 70, American animator (The Lion King, Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Robin Hood), complications from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.[]
  • Sjarifuddin Baharsjah, 89, Indonesian academic and politician, Minister of Agriculture (–).[]
  • Geoff Barnett, 74, English footballer (Everton, Arsenal, Minnesota Kicks), complications from COVID[]
  • Wilbur Brotherton, 98, American politician, member of the Michigan House of Representatives (–).[]
  • Michael Bryce, 82, Australian architect and graphic designer, spouse of the Governor-General (–).[]
  • Vicente Cantatore, 85, Argentine football player (San Lorenzo, Tigre) and manager (Real Valladolid).[]
  • Tyrone Crawley, 62, American boxer.[]
  • Dalakhani, 21, Irish racehorse and sire.[]
  • Elizam Escobar, 72, Puerto Rican art theorist, poet and political activist, cancer.[]
  • Gildardo García, 66, Colombian chess player, COVID[]
  • B. S. Gnanadesikan, 71, Indian politician, MP (–).[]
  • James Gustafson, 95, American theological ethicist.[]
  • Alan Hart, 85, British television executive, Controller of BBC1 (–).[]
  • Bruce Headley, 86, American thoroughbred trainer (Kona Gold, Got Koko), stroke.[]
  • Kathleen Krull, 68, American children's writer and book editor, cancer.[]
  • Ramji Lal, 90, Indian politician, MP (–, –).[]
  • Mark Langham, 60, British Roman Catholic priest.[]
  • Lệ Thu, 77, Vietnamese-American singer, COVID[]
  • Tiit Lilleorg, 79, Estonian actor (Agent Wild Duck, Autumn Ball, O2), COVID[]
  • Thomas V. Miller Jr., 78, American politician, member of the Maryland Senate (–) and House of Delegates (–), prostate cancer.[]
  • Kamal Morarka, 74, Indian industrialist and politician.[]
  • Benjamin de Rothschild, 57, French banker, heart attack.[]
  • J. Michael Schweder, 71, American politician, member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives (–).[]
  • Anatoliy Vishnevskiy, 85, Russian economist and demographer.[]
  • Mihajlo Vuković, 76, Serbian basketball player (Sloboda Tuzla) and coach (Valencia Basket, Yugoslavia women's national team).[]
  • Jon Westling, 77, American educator, president of Boston University (–).[]
  • Gerald Wiegert, 76, American automotive businessman and engineer, founder of Vector Motors.[]
  • James White, 77, American politician, member of the New Mexico House of Representatives (–), and Senate (since ).[]

16[edit]

  • Salleh Abas, 91, Malaysian judge and politician, Lord President of the Supreme Court (–) and Terengganu MLA (–), COVID[]
  • Jon Arnett, 85, American Hall of Fame football player (USC Trojans, Los Angeles Rams), heart failure.[]
  • Sharon Begley, 64, American science journalist.[]
  • Mahaveer Bhagora, 73, Indian politician, MP (–), COVID[]
  • Jerry Brandt, 82, American club owner and manager (The Ritz), COVID[]
  • Charlotte Cornwell, 71, English actress (Dressing for Breakfast, The Saint, White Hunter Black Heart), cancer.[]
  • Choi Jeongrye, 65, South Korean poet.[]
  • Juan Carlos Copes, 89, Argentine tango dancer and choreographer, COVID[]
  • Chris Cramer, 73, British news journalist and executive (BBC News, CNN International), cancer.[]
  • Little Walter DeVenne, 73, American radio host, COVID[]
  • Einar Eriksen, 87, Norwegian newspaper editor, chief editor of Bergens Tidende (–).[]
  • György Handel, 61, Hungarian footballer (MTK-VM, Rába ETO, national team), COVID[]
  • Dustin Higgs, 48, American convicted murderer, execution by lethal injection.[]
  • Xavier Hunault, 97, French politician, deputy (–).[]
  • Mona Lohanda, 73, Indonesian historian, archivist and academic, heart attack.[]
  • Jim MacGeorge, 92, American voice actor (Bionic Six, Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels, Clue Club).[]
  • Pave Maijanen, 70, Finnish musician (Hurriganes, Dingo), complications from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.[]
  • George von Mallinckrodt, 90, German merchant banker, chairman of Schroders (–).[]
  • Sergi Mingote, 49, Spanish mountain climber and politician, mayor of Parets del Vallès (–), mountaineering fall.[]
  • Steve Molnar, 73, Canadian football player (Saskatchewan Roughriders).[]
  • Claudia Montero, 58, Argentine classical composer, Latin Grammy winner (, , ), cancer.[]
  • Chris Murphy, 66, Australian talent manager (INXS, Models), lymphoma.[]
  • Carlo Nayaradou, 63, French-Martinican comic book author.[]
  • Daan Netten, 86, Dutch footballer.[]
  • Bheki Ntuli, 63, South African politician, member of the National Assembly (–), COVID[]
  • Phương Mai, 83, Vietnamese royal.[]
  • Farida Pasha, 68, Indonesian actress (Misteri Gunung Merapi), COVID[]
  • Jimmy Powell, 85, American golfer, kidney failure.[]
  • Sergei Rodin, 39, Russian footballer (CSKA Moscow, Sportakademklub Moscow, Sokol Saratov).[]
  • Om Prakash Sharma, 87, Indian politician, Uttar Pradesh MLA, dysentery.[]
  • David Shaw-Smith, Irish film director (Hands).[]
  • Phil Spector, 81, American Hall of Fame record producer (Wall of Sound), musician (The Teddy Bears), and convicted murderer, founder of Philles Records, COVID[]
  • Muammer Sun, 88, Turkish composer, multiple organ dysfunction syndrome.[]
  • Sayidiman Suryohadiprojo, 93, Indonesian military officer and diplomat, Deputy Army Chief of Staff (–).[]
  • Arturo Tizón, 36, Spanish motorcycle racer, mountain bike fall.[]
  • Pedro Trebbau, 91, German-born Venezuelan zoologist.[]
  • Paul Varelans, 51, American mixed martial artist (UFC), COVID[]
  • Lars Westman, 86, Swedish writer.[]

17[edit]

  • Nikolay Antoshkin, 78, Russian military officer (Chernobyl disaster), Deputy (since ) and Hero of the Soviet Union, COVID[]
  • Dave Arnold, 49, American politician, member of the Pennsylvania Senate (since ), brain cancer.[]
  • Keith Arnold, 94, British Anglican prelate, Bishop of Warwick (–).[]
  • Jacques Bral, 72, French film director (Black Really Suits You) and screenwriter.[]
  • Joevana Charles, 66, Seychellois politician, member of the National Assembly (–).[]
  • Robert Cheezic, 82, American martial artist and Tang Soo Do federation founder.[]
  • Brian Christie, American news host and journalist (CNN, WRAU-TV Peoria, WCVB-TV Boston).[]
  • Camille Cléroux, 67, Canadian serial killer.[]
  • Giles Constable, 91, British historian.[]
  • Víctor Crisólogo, 68, Peruvian politician, member of Congress (–), COVID[]
  • Abel Gabuza, 65, South African Roman Catholic prelate, Archbishop Coadjutor of Durban (since ) and Bishop of Kimberley (–), COVID[]
  • Barbara Gronemus, 89, American politician, member of the Wisconsin State Assembly (–).[]
  • Muriel Grossfeld, 80, American Olympic gymnast (, , ).[]
  • Ghulam Mustafa Khan, 89, Indian classical singer.[]
  • Marlin Kuykendall, 86, American politician, mayor of Prescott, Arizona (–).[]
  • Gerald Locklin, 79, American poet and lecturer, COVID[]
  • Roger Machin, 94, French football referee.[]
  • Junior Mance, 92, American jazz pianist and educator.[]
  • Jubril Martins-Kuye, 78, Nigerian politician, Minister of Commerce and Industry (–).[]
  • Haydn Morris, 92, Welsh rugby union player (Cardiff, British and Irish Lions, national team), fall.[]
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