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Richard M Sherman 95, lyricist....Mary Poppins,Chitty Chitty bang bang,Jungle book
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finchman wrote: Sat May 25, 2024 10:24 pm Grayson Murray 30, USPGA Golfer, number 42 in the world.
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DEATHS IN 2024

MAY
25: Grayson Murray (30), American golfer - suicide
25: Johnny Wactor (37), American actor (General Hospital) - shot
24: Kabosu (18), Japanese Shiba Inu dog and internet meme (Doge) - leukaemia
23: Morgan Spurlock (53), American film director (Super Size Me, Where in the World is Osama Bin Laden?) - cancer
22: David Wilkie (70), Scottish swimmer, Olympic champion 1976 - cancer
20: Karl-Heinz Schnellinger (85), German footballer (Milan, Cologne, West Germany national team) - natural causes
19: Ebrahim Raisi (61), Iranian politician, president since 2021 - helicopter crash
18: Frank Ifield (86), Australian singer ("I Remember You") - natural causes
17: Sid Going (80), New Zealand rugby union player (North Auckland, national team) - natural causes
17: Bette Nash (88), American flight atendant - Guinness world record holder for longest-serving flight attendant in the world - breast cancer
16: Dabney Coleman (92), American actor (9 to 5, Tootsie, The Guardian) - cardiac arrest
14: Jimmy James (83), Jamaican-British singer (Jimmy James and the Vagabonds) - natural causes
14: Dene O'Kane (61), New Zealand snooker player - fall
14: Gudrun Ure (98), Scottish actress (Super Gran) - natural causes
9: Sean Burroughs (43), American baseball player (San Diego, Tampa Bay, Arizona), Olympic champion (2000) - heart attack
9: Shirley Conran (91), English writer and journalist - natural causes
9: Roger Corman (98), American film director (The Little Shop of Horrors, The St Valentine's Day Massacre) and producer (Death Race 2000) - natural causes
8: Viv Busby (74), English footballer (Luton, Fulham) and manager (Hartlepool) - unknown
8: Paul Holmes (56), Englsh footballer (Torquay, West Brom, Everton) - cancer
7: Steve Albini (61), American musician (Big Black, Shellac) and record producer (Nirvana) - heart attack
5: Bernard Hill (79), Enlglish actor (The Lord of the Rings, Titanic, The Boys from the Black Stuff) - natural causes
5: Cesar Luis Menotti (85), Argentine footballer (Rosario Central, national team) and manager (national team), World Cup winner 1978 - anemia
2: Josh Baker (20), English cricketer (Worcestershire) - undisclosed
2: Peter Oosterhuis (75), English golfer - complications from Alzheimer's disease
1: Richard Tandy (76), English musician (Electric Light Orchestra, The Move) - unknown

APRIL
30: Duane Eddy (86), American guitarist ('Peter Gunn', 'Rebel-Rouser', 'Because They're Young') - cancer
29: Mykhaylo Fomenko (75), Ukrainian footballer (Dynamo Kyiv, Soviet Union national team) and manager (Ukraine) - natural causes
23: Frank Field, Baron Field of Birkenhead (81), English politician, MP 1979-2019, and member of the House of Lords 2020-2024 - prostate cancer
20: Andrew Davis (80), English conductor (BBC Symphony Orchestra) - leukaemia
19: Maxwell Azzarello (37), American conspiracy theorist - self-immolation
19: Leighton James (71), Welsh footballer (Burnley, Swansea, naional team) - unknown
18: Julia Rausing (63), British philanthropist (Julia and Hans Rausing Trust) - cancer
17: Chips Keswick (84), British merchant banker, chairman of Arsenal FC (2013-2020) - natural causes
17: Raman Subba Row (92), English cricketer (Surrey, Northants, national team) - natural causes
16: Michael Donovan (54), English convicted kidnapper (Shannon Matthews) - cancer
15: Derek Underwood (78), English cricketer (Kent, national team) - complications from dementia
14: Bernd Holzenbein (78), German footballer (Eintracht Frankfurt, Memphis Americans, West Germany national team), World Cup winner 1974 - natural causes
12: Roberto Cavalli (83), Italian fashion designer and inventor - natural causes
12: Eleanor Coppola (87), American filmmaker (Heart of Darkness: A Filmmaker's Apocalypse) and wife of Francis Ford Coppola - natural causes
10: OJ Simpson (76), American football player (Buffalo), actor (The Naked Gun, The Towering Inferno), and convicted criminal - prostate cancer
8: Keith Barnes (89), Welsh-born Australian rugby league player (Balmain, New South Wales, national team), coach and commentator - natural causes
8: Andre Boniface (89), French rugby union player (Mont-de-Marsan, national team) - natural causes
8: Paul Fox (98), British television executive, Controller of BBC1 1967-1973 - natural causes
8: Peter Higgs (94), English theoretical physicist, discoverer of the Higgs boson, Nobel Prize laureate 2013 - natural causes
7: Chryssia Lytton Cobbold, Baroness Cobbold (83), British aristocrat and organiser of the Knebworth Festival - pancreatic cancer
7: Clarence 'Frogman' Henry (87), American singer - natural causes
7: Joe Kinnear (77), Irish footballer (Tottenham, national team) and manager (Wimbledon) - complications from vascular dementia
7: Lori and George Schappell (62), American conjoined twins - natural causes
6: Doug Hoyle, Baron Hoyle (98), English politician, Member of Parliament 1974-1997, member of the House of Lords 1997-2023, father of Lindsay Hoyle - natural causes
2: Juan Vicente Perez (114), Venezuelan supercenternarian, world's oldest living man - natural causes

MARCH
29: Louis Gossett Jr (87), American actor (An Officer and a Gentleman, Roots, Iron Eagle) - complications from COPD
28: Larry Lloyd (75), English footballer (Liverpool, national team) and manager (Wigan) - unknown
25: Chris Cross (71), English musician (Ultravox) and songwriter ('Vienna') - unknown
19: M Emmet Walsh (88), American actor (Blade Runner, Blood Simple, Fletch) - cardiac arrest
18: Ron Baynham (94), English footballer (Luton, national team) - natural causes
18: Rose Dugdale (82), English parliamentary leader (Provisional IRA) - natural causes
17: Steve Harley (73), English musician and songwriter - cancer
17: Robin Hobbs (81), English cricketer (Essex, Glamorgan, national team) - natural causes
16: David Seidler (86), English-American playwright and screenwriter (The King's Speech, Quest for Camelot) - natural causes
14: Mal Lucas (85), Welsh footballer (Norwich, Leyton Orient, national team) - natural causes
14: Leon Semmeling (84), Belgian footballer (Standard Liege, national team) - natural causes
13: Dick Allix (78), English drummer (Vanity Fare) and darts official - natural causes
11: Paul Alexander (78), American lawyer and paralytic polio survivor - complications from Covid-19
11: Eric Carmen (74), American musician (Raspberries), singer and songwriter ('All By Myself') - unknown
10: Karl Wallinger (66), Welsh musician (The Waterboys, World Party) - unknown
9: Jimmy Husband (76), English footballer (Everton, Luton, Memphis Rogues) - short illness
8: Duncan Fearnley (83), English cricketer (Worcestershire) and sporting goods manufacturer - nautral cayses
8: Tommy McAvoy, Baron McAvoy (80), Scottish politician, MP 1987-2010, member of the House of Lords (2010-) - natural causes
6: Pigcasso (7), South African painting pig - rheumatoid arthritis
5: Siphiwe Mkhonza (45), South African footballer (Bloemfontein, Kaizer Chiefs, national team) - kidney infection
4: Maurice Bembridge (79), English golfer - natural causes
4: Tony Green (85), English sports commentator, darts referee and television personality (Bullseye) - complications from Alzheimer's disease
4: Lewis Jones (92), Welsh rugby union player (Llanelli, national team) and rugby league player (Leeds, national team) - natural causes
4: Kees Rijvers (97), Dutch footballer (Feyenoord, St-Etienne, national team) and manager (PSV, Twente, national team) - natural causes
3: Edward Bond (89), English dramatist (Saved, Narrow Road to the Deep North, The Sea) - natural causes
1: Iris Apfel (102). American businesswoman and designer

FEBRUARY
29: Brian Mulroney (84), Canadian politician, prime minister 1984-93 - complications from a fall
28: Dave Myers (66), English chef and television presenter (The Hairy Bikers) - cancer
28: Nikolai Ryzhkov (94), Russian politician, premier of the Soviet Union 1985-91 - natural causes
28: Virgil (72), American professional wrestler and sctor - complications from strokes and dementia
27: Richard Lewis (76), American comedian and actor (Curb Your Enthusiasm) - heart attack
27: Darryl Van de Velde (72), Australian rugby league player (Redcliffe) and manager (Castleford, Warrington) - unknown
26: Jacob Rothschild, 4th Baron Rothschild (87), English investment banker and peer, member of the House of Lords 1991-1999 - natural causes
25: Aaron Bushnell (25), American military serviceman - suicide by self-immolation
25: Patrick Cormack (84), English politician, MP 1970-2010, member of the House of Lords 2010-2024 - natural causes
24: Stan Bowles (75), English footballer (QPR, Brentford, national team) - complications from Alzheimer's disease
24: Ulrik le Fevre (77), Danish footballer (Vejle, Bruges, national team) - natural causes
24: Chris Nicholl (77), English-born Northern Irish footballer (Aston Villa, Southampton, Northern Ireland national team) and manager (Southampton) - complications from dementia
23: Ronnie Campbell (80), English politician, MP 1987-2019 - natural causes
23: Wilson Fittipaldi Junior (80), Brazilian Formula One racing driver and team manager - natural causes
23: Flaco (13), American owl living in Central Park, New York - window collision
23: Stuart Organ (72), English actor (Grange Hill) - unknown
22: Paul Bradshaw (67), English footballer (Blackburn, Wolves, Peterborough) - unknown
22: Artur Jorge (78), Portuguese footballer (Benfica, national team) and manager (Paris SG twice, Porto twice, Portugal national team twice) - natural causes
21: John Savident (86), British actor (Coronation Street) - natural causes
20: Andreas Brehme (63), German footballer (Kaiserslautern, Inter Milan, national team), World Cup winner 1990 - cardiac arrest
20: Robin Windsor (44), English dancer (Strictly Come Dancing) - undisclosed
19: Ewen MacIntosh (50), Welsh actor (The Office) and comedian - long illness
17: Mike Procter (77), South African cricketer (Gloucestershire, Natal, Rhodesia national team) - natural causes
16: Alexei Navalny (47), Russian lawyer, opposition politician and political prisoner - unknown
16: Jan Sorensen (68), Danish footballer (Bruges, Twente, national team) and manager (Walsall) - long illness
15: Ian Amey (79), English musician and singer (Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich) - natural causes
15: Kagney Lynn Carter (36), American pornographic actress - suicide by gunshot
15: Henry Rono (72), Kenyan athlete, formerholder of four world records simultaneously (3000m, 5000m, 10000m, 3000m Steeplechase) - unknown
12: Steve Wright (69), English disc jockey and television presenter - unknown
11: Kelvin Kiptum (24), Kenyan athlete, marathon world record holder - traffic collision
10: William Post (96), American inventor (Pop-Tarts) - naural causes
9: Roland Grip (83), Swedish fooballer (AIK, Sirius, national team) - natural causes
9: Peter Handyside (49), English footballer (Grimsby, Stoke, Barnsley) - unknown
7: Henry Farnborough (85), American singer (The Spinners) - natural causes
6: Miguel Angel (76), Spanish footballer (Real Madrid, Castellon, national team) - complications from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
5: Michael Jayston (88), English actor (Nicholas and Alexandra, A Bit of a Do, The Darling Buds of May) - natural causes
4: Kurt Hamrin (89), Swedish footballer (Fiorentina, Milan, national team) - natural causes
4: Barry John (79), Welsh rugby union player (Cardiff, Barbarians, national team) - natural causes
4: Giacomo Losi (88), Italian footballer (Roma, national team) and manager (Pescara) - natural causes
2: Steve Brown (66), English composer, lyricist and actor - pulmonary fibrosis
2: Jonnie Irwin (50), English television presenter (A Place in the Sun, Escape to the Country) - lung cancer
2: Ian Lavender (77), English actor (Dad's Army, EastEnders) - natural causes
2: Christopher Priest (80), English novelist (The Prestige, The Affirmation) - small-cell carcinoma
1: Pearl Berg (114), American supercentenarian, world's oldest Jew - natural causes
1: Carl Weathers (76), American actor (Rocky, Predator, The Mandolarian) and American football player - atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease

JANUARY
28: Luis Tejada (41), Panamanian footballer (Juan Aurich, Tauro, National team) - heart attack
27: Peter Glynn (71), English rugby league player (St Helens, Salford, national team) - unknown
27: Stuart Gray (50), Scottish footballer (Rushden, Reading, Celtic) - bile duct cancer
27: Malcolm Gregson (80), English golfer - naural causes
25: Kenneth Smith (58), American convicted murderer - execution by nitrogen hypoxia
24: Harry Connick Sr (97), American attorney, father of Harry Connick Jr - natural causes
24: Herbert Coward (85), American actor (Deliverance) - traffic collision
24: Jesse Jane (43), American pornographic actress - drug overdose
24: Serhey Rozhok (38) Ukrainian footballer (Dynamo Kyiv, Minsk, CSKA Kyiv) and soldier - killed in action
23: Frank Farian (82), German singer, songwriter ('Rasputin') and ecord producer (Boney M, Milli Vanilli) - natural causes
23: Jean Petit (74), French footballer (Monaco, national team) - unknown
22: Tommy Baldwin (78), English footballer (Chelsea, Arsenal, Seattle) - natural causes
22: Gigi Riva (79), Italian footballer (Cagliari, Legnano, national team) - heart attack
20: Bobby Greenough (84), English rugby league player (Warrington, national team) - natural causes
20: Norman Jewison (97), Canadian film director (In the Heat of the Night, Fiddler on the Roof, Moonstruck) - natural causes
20: Doug Padgett (89), English cricketer (Yorkshire, national team) - natural causes
19: Jack Burke Jr (100), American golfer, Masters champion and USPGA champion in 1956 - natural causes
19: Erwin James (66), English convicted murderer and columnist (The Guardian) - unknown
19: Mary Weiss (75), America singer (The Shangri-Las) - chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
18: Alan Mills (88), English tennis player and tournament referee for Wimbledon from 1983 to 2005 - natural causes
17: Shawn Barber (29), Canadian-American pole vaulter, Olympic chapion 2016, world champion 2015 - medical complications
17: Tony Lloyd (73), English politician, MP 1983-2012, 2017-2023, and mayor of Greater Manchester 2015-2017 - laeukaemia
17: Cesar Suarez (38), Ecuadorian prosecutor (TC Television newsroom takeover) - shot
15: Carlos Falcon (45), Spanish rally driver (2024 Dakar Rally) - complications from racing crash
14: Malcolm Alker (45), English rugby league player (Salford, national team) and convicted armed robber - unknown
14: Stephen Laybutt (46), Australian footballer (Gent, Newcastle Jets, national team) - unknown
14: Lev Rubinstein (76), Russian poet, essayist and social activist - traffic collision
13: Tony Formosa (86), Maltese football manager (Valletta, Sliema Wanderers, national team) - natural causes
11: Annie Nightingale (83), English radio and television presenter - natural causes
10: Peter Johnson (84), English food industry and football executive, chairman of Tranmere Rovers 1987-2014 and Everton 1994-1999 - natural causes
8: Bohdan Shershun (42), Ukrainian footballer (Dnipro, CSKA Moscow, national team) - long illness
8: JPR Williams (74), Welsh rugby union player (London Welsh, Bridgend, national team) - bacterial meningitis
7: Franz Beckenbauer (78), German footballer (Bayern Munich, New York Cosmos, national team) and manager (Bayern Munch, Marseille, national team) - natural causes
6: Roy Yorke Calne (93), surgeon; conducted the first liver transplantation operation in Europe - heart failure
5: Mario Zagallo (92). Brazilian footballer (Flamengo, Botafogo, national team) and manager (Botafogo, national team, Saudi Arabia national team) - multiple organ failure
4: Glynis Johns (100), English actress (Mary Poppins, A Little Night Music, The Sundowners) - natural causes
4: Keith Lamb (77), English football executive, chief executive of Middlesbrough 1987-2011 - unknown
4: Ruy Mingas (84), Angolan composer (national anthem), musician and politician - natural causes
4: Mike Sadler (103), English army officer, last original member of the Special Air Service - natural causes
4: Davd Soul (80), American-British actor (Starsky and Hutch, Magnum Force, Salem's Lot) and singer - long illness
3: Derek Draper (56), English lobbyist and political adviser - complications from a heart attack and Covid-19
1: Camila Batmanghelidjh (61), Iranian-Belgian charity executive, founder of Kids Company - illness
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Bill Walton, 71, 2 x NBA Champion and member of the Basketball Hall of Fame.
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Rowntree wrote: Tue May 28, 2024 8:56 am Johnny Wactor (37), American actor (General Hospital) - shot
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Carlos J wrote: Tue May 28, 2024 5:57 pm Bill Walton, 71, 2 x NBA Champion and member of the Basketball Hall of Fame.
Still Walton
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Must be a record for Fincho not killing off Scoddish fitba players this week. They’ll be dancing in the streets of Ayr having survived.
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Amaral 69, Brazilian international footballer
Joel,Boyce,Alcaraz,Scharner,Espinoza,McCarthy,McArthur,Gomez,(Watson),McManaman,Maloney,Kone,...LEGENDS!

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Harry van Hoof 81 Dutch musical composer.
Joel,Boyce,Alcaraz,Scharner,Espinoza,McCarthy,McArthur,Gomez,(Watson),McManaman,Maloney,Kone,...LEGENDS!

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Harry van Hoofed.
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Rob Burrow

MND is a cunt
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...not exactly a Dutch "total football" advocate then.


van Hoof that is.

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Holden Mcgroyne wrote: Sun Jun 02, 2024 6:17 pm Rob Burrow

MND is a cunt
I’m glad he’s not suffering anymore. So sad though
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theleader82 wrote: Sun Jun 02, 2024 6:30 pm
Holden Mcgroyne wrote: Sun Jun 02, 2024 6:17 pm Rob Burrow

MND is a cunt
I’m glad he’s not suffering anymore. So sad though
Only 41, Christ life can be so shit.

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