Deaths in March 2004
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
|← February||March||April →|
The following is a list of notable deaths in March 2004.
- William J. Bouwsma, 80, American historian.
- Mercedes McCambridge, 85, American Academy Award winning actress.
- Marge Schott, 75, American primary owner of the Cincinnati Reds.
- Cecily Adams, 46, American actress.
- Susan Moller Okin, 57, New Zealand liberal feminist political philosopher.
- Luis Villalta, 35, Peruvian professional boxer.
- Jake Hancock, 75, British geologist.
- John McGeoch, 48, British guitarist (Magazine, Siouxsie and the Banshees and PiL).
- Claude Nougaro, 74, French songwriter and singer.
- Sir Malcolm Pasley, 77, British literary scholar.
- Stephen Sprouse, 50, American artist and fashion designer.
- Halina Perez, 22, Filipina actress.
- Carlos Julio Arosemena Monroy, 84, Ecuadorian politician, President (1961–1963).
- Percy Browne, 80, British MP, jockey and farmer.
- Julito Collazo, 78, Cuban Master Percussionist.
- Stanisław Musiał, 65, Polish priest.
- Mike O'Callaghan, 74, American politician, Governor of Nevada (1971–1979).
- Joan Riudavets, 114, Spanish supercentenarian, world's oldest documented man and oldest recognized person in Europe.
- Eugene T. Booth, 91, American nuclear physicist.
- Frances Dee, 94, American actress.
- Ray Fernandez, 47, American professional wrestler best known as "Hercules Hernandez" or simply just "Hercules".
- Alan Short, 83, American California legislator, co-author of the Short-Doyle Mental Health Act.
- John Henry Williams, 35, American controversial son of baseball great Ted Williams.
- Nicolae Cajal, 84, Romanian physician and politician.
- George Thompson, 78, British footballer.
- Paul Winfield, 62, American Emmy-winning actor.
- János Bognár, 89, Hungarian Olympic cyclist
- Sivaramakrishna Chandrasekhar, 73, Indian physicist.
- Keith Hopkins, 69, British ancient historian and sociologist.
- Robin Hunter, 74, British actor.
- Robert Pastorelli, 49, American actor on Murphy Brown.
- Muhammad Zaidan (aka Abu Abbas), 55, Palestinian nationalist, founder of Palestine Liberation Front.
- Rust Epique, 35, American songwriter and guitarist.
- Tony Lee, 69, British jazz pianist.
- Albert Mol, 87, Dutch author, dancer, cabaret performer, actor, TV personality.
- Dave Blood, 47, American Dead Milkmen bassist.
- Jack Creley, 78, American-born Canadian actor
- Robert D. Orr, 86, American politician, former Governor of Indiana.
- James Parrish, 35, American NFL player.
- Seymour Geisser, 74, American statistician, DNA-evidence expert.
- Edmund Sylvers, 47, American lead singer of The Sylvers.
- Finn Carling, 78, Norwegian author and playwright with cerebral palsy.
- Yvonne Cernota, 24, German bobsled driver, in training accident.
- Cid Corman, 79, Japan-based American poet and translator.
- Sir William Wade, 86, British legal scholar.
- Sydney Carter, 88, British musician and poet.
- Franz König, 98, Austrian cardinal.
- Dullah Omar, 69, South African cabinet minister.
- Norb Hecker, 76, American football player.
- Amparo Arrebato, 59, Colombian dancer.
- George Briggs, 93, British Anglican prelate, first Bishop of The Seychelles.
- Patrick Nuttgens, 74, British architect.
- William Pickering, 93, New Zealand engineer, head of Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
- John Pople, 78, British theoretical chemist and Nobel Prize winner.
- Brian Bianchini, 25, American fashion model.
- Kraft, Prince of Hohenlohe-Langenburg, 68, German prince.
- Vilém Tauský, 94, Czech conductor and composer.
- J.J. Jackson, 62, American radio and television personality, former MTV video jockey.
- Bernie Scherer, 91, American football player.
- Gene Bearden, 83, American baseball player with the Cleveland Indians.
- Vytas Brenner, 57, Venezuelan musician, keyboardist and composer.
- Wallace Davenport, 78, American jazz trumpeter.
- Richard Marner, 82, Russian-born British actor.
- Harrison McCain, 76, Canadian businessman, founder of McCain Foods.
- Guillermo Rivas, 76, Mexican comedy actor.
- Brian Maxwell, 51, Canadian long-distance runner and founder of PowerBar.
- Sir Horace Phillips, 86, British diplomat.
- Mitchell Sharp, 92, Canadian Liberal cabinet minister.
- Ted Walker, 69, British poet and dramatist.
- Scott Fraser, 33, Canadian professional racing driver
- Charles Harold Haden II, 66, American jurist.
- Chosuke Ikariya, 72, Japanese comedian, actor and leader of comedic group The Drifters.
- Juliana, 94, Dutch Royal, former Queen of the Netherlands.
- Joakim Segedi, 99, Serbian-born Croatian Greek-Catholic hierarch, Auxiliary Bishop of Križevci (1963–1984)
- Sir Austin Pearce, 82, British industrialist.
- Mirwais Sadiq, Afghan politician, Civil Aviation Minister for Afghanistan.
- John C. West, 81, American politician and diplomat.
- John Bradley, 86, Canadian physician.
- Peter Jackson, 73, British rugby union player.
- Sheikh Ahmed Yassin, 67, Palestinian spiritual leader and founder of Hamas.
- Dominic Agostino, 44, Canadian politician, Ontario Liberal MPP.
- Michael Garrison, 47, American ambient musician, liver failure.
- Fernando da Costa Novaes, 76, Brazilian ornithologist.
- Lawrence Colwell, Jr., 35, American convicted murderer, executed by lethal injection in Nevada.
- Art James, 74, American game show host and announcer.
- Bertrand de Montaudoin, 79, French Olympic modern pentathlete.
- Adán Sánchez, 19, Mexican singer.
- Colin Sutton, 65, British police officer.
- Larry Trask, 59, American–born British linguist and expert on the Basques.
- James Wapakhabulo, 59, Ugandan politician, foreign minister of Uganda.
- Einar Magnussen, 72, Norwegian economist and politician.
- Zhang Haoruo, 72, Chinese politician, Governor of Sichuan.
- Percy Beames, 92, Australian sportsman and journalist.
- Lise de Baissac, 98, Mauritian-born British Special Operations Executive agent.
- Erich Hauser, 73, German sculptor.
- Robert Merle, 95, French author.
- David Robinson, 75, Irish horticulturist.
- Sir Peter Ustinov, 82, British actor.
- Chen Yi-hsiung, Taiwanese failed assassin in the 3-19 shooting incident.
- Colin Smith, 69, English jazz trumpeter.
- Alistair Cooke, 95, British-born American BBC broadcaster and transatlantic commentator.
- Erick Friedman, 64, American concert violinist, violin professor at Yale University.
- Hubert Gregg, 89, English BBC broadcaster.
- Michael King, 58, New Zealand historian.