Deaths in May 2011


Deaths in May 2011

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

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  • Arisen Ahubudu, 91, Sri Lankan scholar, author and playwright. [55]
  • Flick Colby, 65, American dancer and choreographer (Pan's People), bronchial pneumonia. [56]
  • George Heron, 92, American tribal leader, President of the Seneca Nation of New York (1958–1960; 1962–1964). [57]
  • Irwin D. Mandel, 89, American dental scientist in preventative dentistry. [58]
  • Tyler Simpson, 25, Australian soccer player. [59]

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  • Joseph Brooks, 73, American Grammy-winning songwriter ("You Light Up My Life"), suicide by asphyxiation. [96]
  • Joëlle Brupbacher, 32, Swiss mountaineer, acute mountain sickness. [97]
  • Chidananda Dasgupta, 89, Indian film critic. [98]
  • Alexandru Ene, 82, Romanian football player. [99]
  • Matej Ferjan, 34, Slovenian motorcycle speedway rider. [100]
  • Bob Gould, 74, Australian activist and bookseller. [101]
  • Ralph Hunt, 83, Australian politician, MP for Gwydir (1969–1989). [102]
  • Suzanne Mizzi, 43, British glamour model and interior designer, cancer. [103]
  • Ronald Naar, 56, Dutch mountaineer. [104]
  • Breon O'Casey, 83, British artist. [105]
  • Walter Soboleff, 102, American Tlingit scholar and spiritual leader, first Native Alaskan Prebysterian minister, bone and prostate cancer. [106]
  • Joe Steffy, 85, American college football player (Army), 1947 Outland Trophy winner. [107]
  • George Henry Strohsahl, Jr., 73, American naval officer and former commander of the Pacific Missile Test Center. [108]

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  • John Delaney, 42, Irish businessman (Intrade). [109]
  • Irene Gilbert, 76, American actress and school director, co-founder of Stella Adler Academy of Los Angeles, Alzheimer's disease. [110]
  • Bill Hunter, 71, Australian actor (Muriel's Wedding), liver cancer. [111]
  • Hiroyuki Nagato, 77, Japanese actor, cerebrovascular disease. [112] (Japanese)
  • Pádraig Kennelly, 82, Irish publisher, editor and journalist, founder of Kerry's Eye. [113]
  • Gordon McLennan, 87, British politician, General Secretary of the Communist Party (1975–1990), cancer. [114]
  • Jim Pyburn, 78, American baseball player (Baltimore Orioles), after long illness. [115]
  • Bill Rechin, 80, American cartoonist (Crock), complications from esophageal cancer. [116]
  • Echo Valley, 56, American pornographic actress, car crash. [117]

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