Deaths in November 2005

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The following is a list of notable deaths in November 2005.

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

  • Name, age, country of citizenship and reason for notability, established cause of death, reference (and language of reference, if not English).

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  • Peter Brunt, 88, British ancient historian.
  • Hugh Alexander Dunn, 82, Australian diplomat, ambassador to Taiwan (1969–1972) and China (1980–1984).[23]
  • John Fowles, 79, British author, after a long illness.[24]
  • Derek Lamb, 69, British animator, Oscar-winning producer.[25]
  • Link Wray, 76, American rock and roll guitarist, best known for the 1958 instrumental "Rumble".

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Mary Bennett". The Independent. 19 November 2005. 
  2. ^ Cryptids, Cryptomundo, (5 November 2005). "Richard Greenwell (1942-2005)". cryptomundo.com. 
  3. ^ [1]
  4. ^ "Bill Marshall". The Daily Telegraph. 
  5. ^ Vat, Dan van der (21 November 2005). "Rear Admiral Desmond Piers". The Guardian. 
  6. ^ Nelson, Valerie J. (3 November 2005). "Michael Piller, 57; Was a Force Behind Later 'Star Trek' Series". LA Times. 
  7. ^ [2]
  8. ^ [3]
  9. ^ Farquharson, John (17 November 2005). "Michael Thwaites". The Guardian. 
  10. ^ "Rutherford Aris, 76, Chemical Engineer, Dies". The New York Times. 20 November 2005. 
  11. ^ "Obituaries in the News". The Washington Post. 
  12. ^ [4]
  13. ^ Oliver, Myrna (30 November 2005). "Rick Rhodes, 54; Composer for Soap Operas and Movies Won Six Emmys". LA Times. 
  14. ^ "Obituaries - Death Notices - Newspaper Obituaries - Online Obituaries - Newspaper Death Notices - Online Death Notices". legacy.com. 
  15. ^ "Obituaries - Death Notices - Newspaper Obituaries - Online Obituaries - Newspaper Death Notices - Online Death Notices". legacy.com. 
  16. ^ "Obituaries - Death Notices - Newspaper Obituaries - Online Obituaries - Newspaper Death Notices - Online Death Notices". legacy.com. 
  17. ^ "Obituaries - Death Notices - Newspaper Obituaries - Online Obituaries - Newspaper Death Notices - Online Death Notices". legacy.com. 
  18. ^ Estrada, Louie (8 November 2005). "CIA Officer Serge 'Peter' Karlow, 84". washingtonpost.com. 
  19. ^ Holley, Joe (12 November 2005). "Paul Roazen, 69; Documented The Psychoanalytic Movement". washingtonpost.com. 
  20. ^ "South Asia - Afghan poet dies after battering". BBC. 
  21. ^ "Obituaries - Death Notices - Newspaper Obituaries - Online Obituaries - Newspaper Death Notices - Online Death Notices". legacy.com. 
  22. ^ "Obituaries - Death Notices - Newspaper Obituaries - Online Obituaries - Newspaper Death Notices - Online Death Notices". legacy.com. 
  23. ^ "Scholar spy shined light on China - Obituaries". The Sydney Morning Herald. 
  24. ^ "Entertainment - Writer John Fowles dies aged 79". BBC. 
  25. ^ [5]
  26. ^ Roth, Andrew (7 November 2005). "Lord Alexander of Weedon". The Guardian. 
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  28. ^ "Obituaries - Death Notices - Newspaper Obituaries - Online Obituaries - Newspaper Death Notices - Online Death Notices". legacy.com. 
  29. ^ "Entertainment - Have I Got News For You man dies". BBC. 
  30. ^ Hume, Rob (8 December 2005). "Donald Watson". The Guardian. 
  31. ^ "Zhuzh !". zhuzh.com. 
  32. ^ "Alekos Alexandrakis". Internet Movie Database. 
  33. ^ Bernstein, Adam (10 November 2005). "Robert E. Bush, 79, Dies; Medal of Honor Recipient". washingtonpost.com. 
  34. ^ "Accounts". The Stage. 
  35. ^ "Obituaries - Death Notices - Newspaper Obituaries - Online Obituaries - Newspaper Death Notices - Online Death Notices". legacy.com. 
  36. ^ "Fernando Bujones, 50, International Ballet Star, Dies". The New York Times. 11 November 2005. 
  37. ^ [6]
  38. ^ "Obituaries - Death Notices - Newspaper Obituaries - Online Obituaries - Newspaper Death Notices - Online Death Notices". legacy.com. 
  39. ^ [7]
  40. ^ "UK - Education - Education champion Ted Wragg dies". BBC. 
  41. ^ Foundation, Thomson Reuters. "Humanitarian - Thomson Reuters Foundation News". alertnet.org. 
  42. ^ "Peter F. Drucker, a Pioneer in Social and Management Theory, Is Dead at 95". The New York Times. 12 November 2005. 
  43. ^ "UK - Photographer Lord Lichfield dies". BBC. 
  44. ^ "The Hindu : Karnataka / Bangalore News : Eye surgeon Modi dead". The Hindu. 
  45. ^ Bernstein, Adam (15 November 2005). "Adm. Arthur Cebrowski Dies; Led Pentagon Think Tank". washingtonpost.com. 
  46. ^ "Obituaries - Death Notices - Newspaper Obituaries - Online Obituaries - Newspaper Death Notices - Online Death Notices". legacy.com. 
  47. ^ "James Fyfe, 63, Criminologist And Police Training Director". The New York Times. 15 November 2005. 
  48. ^ "Obituaries - Death Notices - Newspaper Obituaries - Online Obituaries - Newspaper Death Notices - Online Death Notices". legacy.com. 
  49. ^ "Obituaries - Death Notices - Newspaper Obituaries - Online Obituaries - Newspaper Death Notices - Online Death Notices". legacy.com. 
  50. ^ Lamb, Yvonne Shinhoster (15 November 2005). "Pioneering D.C. Judge Beat Racial Odds With Wisdom". washingtonpost.com. 
  51. ^ [8]
  52. ^ [9]
  53. ^ Fordham, John (16 November 2005). "Harry Gold". The Guardian. 
  54. ^ "'Labor Priest' Msgr. Rice dies at 96". 
  55. ^ "Children's writer Miriam Roth dies". The Jerusalem Post. 
  56. ^ "Ruth M. Siems, 74, Inventor Of a Thanksgiving Mainstay". The New York Times. 23 November 2005. 
  57. ^ "Stats". stats.allblacks.com. 
  58. ^ [10]
  59. ^ "Obituaries - Death Notices - Newspaper Obituaries - Online Obituaries - Newspaper Death Notices - Online Death Notices". legacy.com. 
  60. ^ "Former Test umpire AM Mamsa dead". ESPNcricinfo. 
  61. ^ "Obituaries - Death Notices - Newspaper Obituaries - Online Obituaries - Newspaper Death Notices - Online Death Notices". legacy.com. 
  62. ^ [11]
  63. ^ [12]
  64. ^ [13]
  65. ^ "Sybil Shearer, 93, Dancer of the Spiritual and the Human". The New York Times. 23 November 2005. 
  66. ^ "Entertainment - Cartoonist Austin dies aged 70". BBC. 
  67. ^ "Entertainment - Broadcaster Timpson dies aged 77". BBC. 
  68. ^ "Nora Denney". Internet Movie Database. 
  69. ^ Solutions, Powder Blue Internet Business. "News nov05 : Chortle : The UK Comedy Guide". chortle.co.uk. 
  70. ^ "James King, 80, Tenor Known for Strauss and Wagner, Dies". The New York Times. 24 November 2005. 
  71. ^ [14]
  72. ^ "BOSCH, Albert Henry - Biographical Information". 
  73. ^ Weil, Martin (22 November 2005). "Time Magazine Reporter Hugh Sidey". washingtonpost.com. 
  74. ^ "Bruce Hobbs". The Daily Telegraph. 
  75. ^ Lock, Charles (1 December 2005). "Ingvil Aarbakke". The Guardian. 
  76. ^ Yoon, Peter (24 November 2005). "Mike Austin, 95; Set World Record for Longest Golf Drive: 515 Yards". LA Times. 
  77. ^ "George Bogart Biography". georgebogart.net. 
  78. ^ "Isabel de Castro". Internet Movie Database. 
  79. ^ Shorter, Eric (25 November 2005). "Constance Cummings". The Guardian. 
  80. ^ [15]
  81. ^ [16]
  82. ^ "Ralph Braibanti, Expert on Islamic-Western Relations, Dies". 
  83. ^ [17]
  84. ^ Holley, Joe (10 December 2005). "IBM Researcher John Vlissides Dies; Software Design Innovator, Mentor". washingtonpost.com. 
  85. ^ "UK - Football legend George Best dies". BBC. 
  86. ^ "Motorsport - Rallying - Former world champion Burns dies". BBC. 
  87. ^ Schudel, Matt (2 December 2005). "Pierre Seel Dies; Bore Witness to Nazi Torture of Gays". washingtonpost.com. 
  88. ^ [18]
  89. ^ "Obituaries - Death Notices - Newspaper Obituaries - Online Obituaries - Newspaper Death Notices - Online Death Notices". legacy.com. 
  90. ^ "Jocelyn Brando". Internet Movie Database. 
  91. ^ "Obituaries - Death Notices - Newspaper Obituaries - Online Obituaries - Newspaper Death Notices - Online Death Notices". legacy.com. 
  92. ^ "Public Affairs - Home". 
  93. ^ "Jack Concannon, former star QB at Boston College". The Boston Globe. 30 November 2005. 
  94. ^ [19]
  95. ^ "Entertainment - The Shadows founder member dies". BBC. 
  96. ^ "Professor Helen Muir". The Daily Telegraph. 
  97. ^ "Arkansas Man Executed". CBS News. 
  98. ^ "Disney Legends - D23". Disney. 
  99. ^ "News". The Daily Telegraph. 
  100. ^ [20]
  101. ^ "The latest from the StarTribune". Star Tribune. 
  102. ^ Inc., Baseball Almanac,. "Vic Power Baseball Stats by Baseball Almanac". 
  103. ^ "Wendie Jo Sperber -- Actress, 46". The New York Times. Associated Press. 2 December 2005. 
  104. ^ "Obituaries - Death Notices - Newspaper Obituaries - Online Obituaries - Newspaper Death Notices - Online Death Notices". legacy.com. 
  105. ^ "Micke Dubois". Internet Movie Database. 
  106. ^ Foundation, Thomson Reuters. "Humanitarian - Thomson Reuters Foundation News". alertnet.org. 
  107. ^ "Denis Lindsay". 
  108. ^ "Jean Parker". Internet Movie Database. 
  109. ^ "The Comics Reporter". comicsreporter.com. 
  110. ^ McLellan, Dennis (4 December 2005). "Herbert L. Strock, 87; Creature Feature Director, Pioneering TV Producer". LA Times.