Deaths in March 2011


Deaths in March 2011

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The following is a list of notable deaths in March 2011.

March 2011

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  • Wenche Foss, 93, Norwegian actress, natural causes. [34] (Norwegian)
  • Lee Hoiby, 85, American composer, metastatic melanoma. [35]
  • Sonia Osorio, 83, Colombian ballet dancer and choreographer, respiratory failure. [36] (Spanish)
  • Esben Storm, 60, Danish-born Australian actor, director and producer, heart attack. [37]
  • Guy M. Townsend, 90, American Air Force brigadier general and test pilot. [38]

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  • Julian Gbur, 68, Polish-born Ukrainian Catholic hierarch, Bishop of Stryi (since 2000). [75] (Ukrainian)
  • Hanni Gehring, 84, German Olympic cross-country skier. [76] (German)
  • William M. Greathouse, 91, American Nazarene minister, heart failure. [77]
  • Dudley Laws, 76, Jamaican-born Canadian civil rights activist, kidney disease. [78]
  • Anselmo Müller, 79, Brazilian Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Januária (1984–2008). [79]
  • Gloria Valencia de Castaño, 83, Colombian television host, respiratory failure. [80] (Spanish)
  • Lanford Wilson, 73, American playwright. [81]

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  • Artur Agostinho, 90, Portuguese sports journalist and actor. [92] (Portuguese)
  • Nadia Barentin, 74, French actress (Les Blessures assassines). [93] (French)
  • Victor Bouchard, 84, Canadian pianist, duettist with pianist Renée Morisset, respiratory disease. [94]
  • Patrick Doeplah, 20, Liberian footballer. [95]
  • Viljar Loor, 57, Estonian Olympic gold medal-winning (1980) volleyball player. [96] (Estonian)
  • Jean-Guy Morissette, 73, Canadian ice hockey player. [97]
  • Zoogz Rift, 57, American musician, painter and professional wrestler. [98]
  • Normie Roy, 82, American baseball player (Boston Braves). [99]
  • Reuven Shefer, 85, Israeli actor. [100] (Hebrew)
  • José Soriano, 93, Peruvian football player. [101] (Spanish)
  • Helen Stenborg, 86, American actress. [102]
  • George Alfred Walker, 81, British businessman, founder of Brent Walker. [103]

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  • Frank Dezelan, 80, American baseball umpire (1958–1970). [264]
  • Adrián Escudero, 83, Spanish footballer. [265] (Spanish)
  • Samuel Hazard Gillespie, Jr., 100, American lawyer and politician, pancreatic cancer. [266]
  • Rudy Salud, 72, Filipino sports executive, PBA Commissioner (1988–1992), complications from surgery. [267]

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  • Barklie Lakin, 96, British industrialist (Chairman of Vickers Armstrong) and naval officer, natural causes [319]
  • Leonard Lomell, 91, American World War II veteran, recipient of the Silver Star and Purple Heart, natural causes. [320]
  • John M. Lounge, 64, American NASA astronaut (1981–1991), complications from liver cancer. [321]
  • Ion Monea, 70, Romanian Olympic silver (1968) and bronze (1960) medal-winning boxer. [322] (Romanian)
  • Fateh Singh Rathore, 72, Indian wildlife conservationist. [323]
  • Hazel Rowley, 59, British-born Australian writer (Tête-à-tête), cerebral haemorrhage. [324]

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