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Deaths in September 2016
The following is a list of notable deaths in September 2016. For notable deaths before the current month, please see "Months". Names under each date are reported in alphabetical order by last name or pseudonym. Deaths of non-humans are reported here also if notable.
- Each listing of a death must have a source. If no reference is included, the death notice will be removed. The following are the requirements of adding a name to the list in its order: name, age, nationality, what the person is known for, cause of death (if known) and most importantly a source.
- Ruth Hubbard, 92, Austrian-born American biologist.
- Kacey Jones, 66, American singer-songwriter ("I'm the One Mama Warned You About"), producer and humorist, cancer.
- Jon Polito, 65, American actor (Miller's Crossing, The Rocketeer, Homicide: Life on the Street), multiple myeloma.
- Nalinidhar Bhattacharya, 94, Indian poet and literary critic.
- Blackie Gejeian, 90, American race car driver and hot rod builder.
- Jerry Heller, 75, American music manager (N.W.A), heart attack.
- John Hostetter, 69, American actor (Murphy Brown, G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero, Heartbreak Ridge), complications from cancer.
- Islam Karimov, 78, Uzbek politician, President (since 1990), stroke.
- Gerald Lehner, 48, Austrian football referee.
- Margrit Mondavi, 91, Swiss-born American businesswoman, Vice President of Cultural Affairs at Robert Mondavi Winery.
- Antonina Seredina, 87, Soviet Russian sprint canoeist, Olympic champion (1960).
- Mir Quasem Ali, 63, Bangladeshi businessman, politician and war criminal, execution by hanging.
- Carlos Bulgheroni, 71, Argentine businessman, CEO of Bridas.
- Claudio Olinto de Carvalho, 74, Brazilian football player and coach (Cagliari).
- Anna Dewdney, 50, American children's author and illustrator, brain cancer.
- John W. Drummond, 96, American politician, member of the South Carolina Senate (1966–2008).
- Albert Hofstede, 75, American politician, Mayor of Minneapolis (1974–1975, 1978–1979), respiratory failure.
- Jaakko Kolmonen, 75, Finnish chef.
- Norman Kwong, 86, Canadian football player (Calgary Stampeders, Edmonton Eskimos) and politician, Lieutenant Governor of Alberta (2005–2010).
- Leslie H. Martinson, 101, American movie and television director (Batman: The Movie, CHiPs, Fantasy Island).
- Johnny Rebel, 77, American country singer.
- Jean-Christophe Yoccoz, 59, French mathematician, Fields Medalist (1994).
- Bob Bissonnette, 35, Venezuelan-born Canadian singer, ice hockey player (Hull Olympiques, Acadie–Bathurst Titan) and baseball team owner (Québec Capitales), helicopter crash.
- Peter Janich, 74, German philosopher, cancer.
- Klaus Katzur, 73, German swimmer, Olympic silver medalist (1972).
- Novella Matveyeva, 81, Russian poet and singer-songwriter.
- Richard Neville, 74, Australian writer and editor (Oz).
- Zoran Šami, 67, Serbian politician, President of the Assembly (2004–2006).
- Yang Jingnian, 107, Chinese economist.
- She'ar Yashuv Cohen, 88, Israeli chief rabbi of Haifa.
- Duane Graveline, 85, American astronaut.
- Sir Fred Holliday, 80, British marine biologist.
- Hugh O'Brian, 91, American actor (The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp, The Shootist, Twins).
- Donald Ranvaud, 62, Italian-born British journalist and movie producer (The Constant Gardener, Central Station, City of God), heart attack.
- Phyllis Schlafly, 92, American constitutional lawyer, conservative activist and author, pancreatic cancer.
- H. Joel Deckard, 74, American politician, member of the United States House of Representatives from Indiana's 8th congressional district (1979–1983).
- Nauyane Ariyadhamma Mahathera, 77, Sri Lankan Buddhist monk and author.
- Lewis Merenstein, 81, American record producer (Van Morrison), pneumonia.
- Lilian Uchtenhagen, 87, Swiss economist and politician.
- José Barluenga, 76, Spanish chemist.
- Bob Dailey, 63, Canadian ice hockey player (Vancouver Canucks, Philadelphia Flyers), cancer.
- Joseph Keller, 93, American mathematician.
- Norbert Schemansky, 92, American weightlifter, Olympic champion (1952).
- Farhang Sharif, 84–85, Iranian musician and tar player.
- Ye Xiushan, 81, Chinese philosopher.
- Hannes Arch, 48, Austrian race pilot, world champion (2008), helicopter crash.
- Johan Botha, 51, South African operatic tenor, cancer.
- Inga Clendinnen, 82, Australian historian.
- Hazel Douglas, 92, British actress (Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1).
- The Lady Chablis, 59, American actress (Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil), pneumonia.
- Bert Llewellyn, 77, English footballer (Crewe, Port Vale, Wigan).
- Dragiša Pešić, 62, Montenegrin politician, Prime Minister of Yugoslavia (2001–2003).
- Prince Buster, 78, Jamaican ska musician ("One Step Beyond", "Al Capone").
- Roman Romanchuk, 37, Ukrainian-born Russian boxer and kickboxer, heart attack.
- Greta Zimmer Friedman, 92, American dental assistant, subject in V-J Day in Times Square photo.
- Sylvia Gore, 71, English football player (national team) and manager (Wales national team), cancer.
- Luke Herrmann, 84, German-born British art historian.
- Lord Littlebrook, 87, British midget wrestler, trainer and booking manager.
- Bill Nojay, 59, American politician, member of the New York State Assembly (since 2013), suicide by gunshot.
- Mario Spezi, 71, Italian journalist and author (The Monster of Florence: A True Story).
- James Stacy, 79, American actor (Lancer, The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet, Something Wicked This Way Comes), anaphylaxis.
- Jutta Limbach, 82, German jurist and politician, President of the Federal Constitutional Court (1994–2002).
- Chris Stone, 81, American recording studio owner (Record Plant) and entrepreneur, heart attack and stroke.
- Alexis Arquette, 47, American actress (The Wedding Singer, Pulp Fiction, Lords of Dogtown), cardiac arrest.
- Mbaye-Jacques Diop, 80, Senegalese politician, member of the National Assembly (1983–2004), Mayor of Rufisque (1987–2002).
- Norman May, 88, Australian sports broadcaster.
- Lyn Wilde, 93, American singer and actress.
- Gunnila Bernadotte, 93, Swedish countess.
- Ellen Burka, 95, Dutch-born Canadian figure skater and coach, Dutch national champion (1946, 1947).
- Sándor Csoóri, 86, Hungarian poet, essayist, writer, and politician.
- Ali Javan, 89, Iranian-American physicist, heart attack.
- Hidayat Inayat Khan, 99, English-French composer and conductor.
- Stanley Sheinbaum, 96, American peace and human rights activist.
- Dick Adams, 96, American baseball player (Philadelphia Athletics).
- Don Buchla, 79, American synthesizer designer.
- Kim McGuire, 60, American actress (Cry-Baby), pneumonia.
- Hilmar Thate, 85, German actor (Veronika Voss).
- John Gudenus, 75, Austrian politician and convicted Holocaust denier.
- Deborah S. Jin, 47, American physicist, cancer.
- Rose Mofford, 94, American politician, Governor of Arizona (1988–1991).
- Haakon Sørbye, 96, Norwegian engineer and resistance member.
- Tarık Akan, 66, Turkish actor (Yol), lung cancer.
- Edward Albee, 88, American playwright (Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, A Delicate Balance, The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia?), Tony (1963, 2002) and Pulitzer Prize winner (1967, 1975, 1994).
- Carlo Azeglio Ciampi, 95, Italian banker and politician, President (1999–2006) and Prime Minister (1993–1994), multiple organ failure complicated by pneumonia.
- Charles H. Henry, 79, American physicist.
- Gérard Louis-Dreyfus, 84, French-born American businessman (Louis Dreyfus Company).
- António Mascarenhas Monteiro, 72, Cape Verdean politician, President (1991–2001).
- Qiao Renliang, 28, Chinese singer and actor, suicide.
- Joe Seng, 69, American politician, member of the Iowa House of Representatives (2001–2003) and Senate (since 2003), brain cancer.
- Theodore Wilbur Anderson, 98, American mathematician and statistician, heart failure.
- Charmian Carr, 73, American actress and singer (The Sound of Music), complications from dementia.
- Bahman Golbarnezhad, 48, Iranian Paralympic racing cyclist (2012, 2016), race collision.
- C. Martin Croker, 54, American voice actor and animator (Space Ghost Coast to Coast, Aqua Teen Hunger Force, The Brak Show), food poisoning.
- Roman Ivanychuk, 87, Ukrainian writer.
- Rune Larsson, 92, Swedish athlete, Olympic bronze medalist (1948).
- Robert W. Cone, 59, American Army general, Commander of the Army Training and Doctrine Command (2011–2014), prostate cancer.
- David Kyle, 97, American science fiction writer.
- Rose Pak, 68, Chinese-born American political activist.
- András Prékopa, 87, Hungarian mathematician.
- Hassan Sharif, 65, Emirati artist, cancer.
- Karl Dietrich Bracher, 94, German political scientist and historian.
- Bobby Breen, 88, Canadian-born American actor (Let's Sing Again, Rainbow on the River, Fisherman's Wharf) and singer.
- Gerwald Claus-Brunner, 44, German politician, member of the Berlin House of Representatives (since 2011), suicide.
- Bill Glassford, 102, American football player and coach.
- Allister Sparks, 83, South African writer, journalist (The Rand Daily Mail) and political commentator.
- Boris Trakhtenbrot, 95, Russian-Israeli mathematician.
- Bill Zucker, 60, American actor and comedian, heart attack.
- Bill Barrett, 87, American politician, member of the United States House of Representatives from Nebraska's 3rd congressional district (1991–2001).
- Richie Dunn, 59, American ice hockey player (Buffalo Sabres, Calgary Flames, Hartford Whalers).
- Jack Garman, 72, American computer engineer and NASA official, key figure in the Apollo 11 mission, bone cancer.
- Peter Leo Gerety, 104, American Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Portland (1969–1974) and Archbishop of Newark (1974–1986), world's oldest living Catholic bishop.
- Erwin Hahn, 95, American physicist.
- Curtis Hanson, 71, American movie director and screenwriter (L.A. Confidential, 8 Mile, Wonder Boys), Oscar winner (1998).
- Micki Marlo, 88, American singer and model.
- Foil A. Miller, 100, American chemist and philatelist.
- Edmund F. O'Connor, 94, American Air Force officer.
- Victor Scheinman, 73, American inventor.
- Shawty Lo, 40, American hip-hop musician (D4L), car crash.
- John D. Loudermilk, 82, American singer-songwriter ("Tobacco Road", "Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye", "Indian Reservation"), bone cancer.
- Kjell Albin Abrahamson, 71, Swedish journalist (Sveriges Radio), stroke.
- Joseph Harmatz, 91, Lithuanian World War II Jewish partisan fighter and anti-Nazi avenger.
- Gian Luigi Rondi, 94, Italian screenwriter (Obsession) and movie director, President of the Academy of Italian Arts - David di Donatello (since 1981).
- Ed Temple, 89, American track and field coach (Tennessee State Lady Tigers, women's Olympic team).
- Yngve Brodd, 86, Swedish footballer (Toulouse, Sochaux-Montbéliard, IFK Göteborg).
- Max Mannheimer, 96, Czech-born German painter, author and Holocaust survivor.
- Michel Rousseau, 80, French cyclist, Olympic champion (1956).
- Andrzej Tarkowski, 83, Polish embryologist.
- Vladimir Kuzmichyov, 37, Russian footballer (Spartak Moscow, CSKA Moscow), car crash.
- Bill Mollison, 88, Australian researcher, author, teacher and biologist.
- Bill Nunn, 63, American actor (Do the Right Thing, Spider-Man, Sister Act), leukemia.
- Buckwheat Zydeco, 68, American accordionist and bandleader, lung cancer.
- José Fernández, 24, Cuban-born American baseball player (Miami Marlins), boat crash.
- Dawn Hampton, 88, American cabaret and jazz singer-songwriter (Malcolm X), saxophonist and dancer.
- David Padilla, 89, Bolivian politician, President (1978–1979).
- Arnold Palmer, 87, American Hall of Fame professional golfer.
- Jean Shepard, 82, American honky tonk singer-songwriter ("A Dear John Letter", "Slippin' Away"), Parkinson's disease.
- Don Brothwell, 83, British archaeologist.
- Mark Dvoretsky, 68, Russian chess player and trainer.
- Giacomo Fornoni, 76, Italian racing cyclist, Olympic gold medalist (1960).
- Herschell Gordon Lewis, 87, American movie director (Blood Feast, Two Thousand Maniacs!).
- Wilhelm Mohr, 99, Norwegian aviation officer.
- Ioan Gyuri Pascu, 55, Romanian singer, producer, actor and comedian, heart attack.
- Curtis Roosevelt, 86, American writer, heart attack.
- Karel Růžička, 76, Czech jazz pianist, Anděl Award winner (1993).
- Jackie Sewell, 89, English footballer (Notts County, Sheffield Wednesday, Aston Villa).
- Toughie, Panamanian frog, last surviving of the Rabbs fringe-limbed treefrog.
- Jamshid Amouzegar, 93, Iranian politician, Prime Minister (1977–1978) and Minister of Finance (1965–1974).
- Syed Shamsul Haque, 81, Bangladeshi poet and writer.
- Luis Ossio, 86, Bolivian politician, Vice President (1989–1993).
- Charles Schultze, 91, American economist and public policy analyst, Chair of the Council of Economic Advisers (1977–1981), complications from sepsis.
- Joseph V. Charyk, 96, Canadian-born American engineer, Under Secretary of the Air Force (1960–1963).
- Malcolm Lucas, 89, American judge, Chief Justice of the California Supreme Court (1987–1996), U.S. District Court Judge for the Central District of California (1971–1984).
- Sreten Mirković, 58, Serbian boxer.
- Gloria Naylor, 66, American novelist (The Women of Brewster Place).
- Agnes Nixon, 93, American television writer and producer (One Life to Live, All My Children, Guiding Light).
- Shimon Peres, 93, Polish-born Israeli statesman, President (2007–2014) and Prime Minister (1977, 1984–1986, 1995–1996), Nobel Peace Prize winner (1994), stroke.
- Cheng Yu-tung, 91, Hong Kong businessman (Chow Tai Fook).
- Miriam Defensor Santiago, 71, Filipino politician, Senator (1995–2001, 2004–2016) and International Criminal Court Judge (2012–2014), lung cancer.
- Shirley Jaffe, 93, American painter and sculptor.
- Joni Madraiwiwi, 59, Fijian lawyer and politician, Vice President of Fiji (2004–2006) and Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Nauru (since 2014).
- Joseph Verner Reed Jr., 78, American banker and politician, Ambassador to Morocco (1981–1985) and Chief of Protocol (1989–1991).
- Mark Ricks, 92, American politician, Lieutenant Governor of Idaho (2006–2007) and State Senator (1979–1994).
- Laura Troschel, 71, Italian actress (Four Flies on Grey Velvet), singer, and model.
- Brahim Zniber, 96, Moroccan businessman and vintner.
- Ruth Hubbard, 92, first woman tenured in biology at Harvard
- Singer-Comedian Kacey Jones Dead at 66
- Jon Polito, Actor in Cohen Brothers Films and 'Homicide: Life on the Street,' Dies at 65
- Eminent poet Nalinidhar Bhattacharya passes away
- Local Hot Rod Legend Dies
- Jerry Heller, Early N.W.A Manager, Dies at 75
- John Hostetter Dies: ‘Murphy Brown’ Alum & Veteran Character Actor Was 69
- Islam Karimov: Uzbekistan president's death confirmed
- Gerald Lehner hat die Sprache der Spieler gesprochen (German)
- Margrit Mondavi Dies at Age 91
- Ушла из жизни Середина А.А. (Russian)
- Bangladesh executes last prominent Jamaat leader
- Carlos Bulgheroni, Politics-Savvy Argentine Oilman, Dies at 71
- Cagliari mourn title hero Nene
- Obituary: Anna Dewdney
- Sen. John Drummond dies at 96
- Albert Hofstede, former mayor of Minneapolis, dies at 75
- Rakastettu kokki Jaakko Kolmonen on kuollut (Finnish)
- Former Lt.-Gov. Norman Kwong has died
- Obituary – Leslie H. Martinson
- Clifford Joseph Trahan Obituary
- Le mathématicien français Jean-Christophe Yoccoz, médaille Fields, est mort (French)
- Bob Bissonnette, killed in helicopter crash, left his mark on Quebec sports scene
- Ein Geistesverwandter von Mises, Rothbard und Hoppe (German)
- Olympiamedaillengewinner Klaus Katzur verstorben (German)
- Умерла поэтесса Новелла Матвеева (Russian)
- Richard Neville obituary
- Preminuo Zoran Šami (Bosnian)
- 中国著名经济学家杨敬年去世享年107岁 (Chinese)
- Rabbi She'ar Yashuv Cohen, 'scholar and warrior,' dies at 88
- Duane 'Doc' Graveline, scientist-astronaut who resigned from NASA, dies at 85
- Sir Frederick Holliday, marine biologist and university vice-chancellor – obituary
- Hugh O'Brian, actor who played Wyatt Earp, dies at 91
- Donald Ranvaud, producer and World Film Festival jurist, dead at 62
- Conservative icon Phyllis Schlafly dies at 92
- Former 8th District Representative Dies
- Most Ven. Nauyane Ariyadhamma Mahathera passes away
- Lewis Merenstein, Van Morrison's 'Astral Weeks' Producer, Dead at 81
- Première femme candidate au Conseil fédéral Lilian Uchtenhagen est morte (French)
- Professor José Barluenga, in memoriam
- Former Flyers d-man Bob Dailey passes away at age 63
- Stanford Professor Emeritus Joseph Keller, an applied mathematician whose work investigated atomic explosions and oscillating ponytails, dies at 93
- Four-time Olympian, Dearborn native Norbert 'Norb' Schemansky dead at age 92
- استاد تار ایران درگذشت (Persian)
- 哲学家叶秀山逝世 (Chinese)
- Red Bull race pilot dies in mystery helicopter crash
- Johan Botha, Operatic Tenor in Difficult Roles, Dies at 51
- Vale, Inga Clendinnen
- Obituary: Hazel Douglas
- Savannah legend Lady Chablis dies
- Bert Llewellyn (1939–2016)
- Dragisa Pesic passed away
- Prince Buster dead: Ska and rocksteady pioneer dies at 78
- Roman Romanchuk passed away
- Greta Friedman, believed to be woman kissed in iconic V-J Day photo, dead at 92
- Sylvia Gore: England women's first goalscorer dies aged 71
- Luke Herrmann
- Lord Littlebrook dies at 87
- NY Assemblyman Bill Nojay dies of apparent suicide Archived September 30, 2016, at the Wayback Machine
- Addio al giornalista Mario Spezi, si occupò del Mostro di Firenze (Italian)
- Maurice William (aka: James Stacy) Elias
- Jutta Limbach, First Woman to Lead Germany's Highest Court, Dies at 82
- Christopher Stone, Dead at 81
- Alexis Arquette Dead: Transgender Actress Dies at 47, Siblings Patricia and Richmond Arquette Pay Tribute
- Décès de l'ancien maire de Rufisque, Me M'baye Jacques Diop (French)
- Norman May dead, aged 88
- Lyn Cathcart Oberlink Oct. 10, 1922 – Sept. 11, 2016
- Countess Gunilla Bernadotte af Wisborg Has Died
- Renowned Canadian figure skating coach Ellen Burka dies at 95
- Sándor `Csoóri, renowned Hungarian poet and writer, dies aged 86
- Photonics community loses HeNe pioneer Ali Javan
- Passing of Murshid Hidayat Inayat Khan (as) 12 September, 2016, Munich Germany
- Stanley Sheinbaum, L.A. liberal lion who shaped decades of political dialogue, dead at 96
- Il Napoli piange la morte di Bugatti, entrò nella leggenda per una vittoria a Torino (Italian)
- Richard Adams Obituary
- Modular synthesizer pioneer Don Buchla has died
- RIP Kim McGuire "Hatchet-Face"
- Schauspieler Hilmar Thate gestorben (German)
- Ex-FPÖ-Politiker John Gudenus verstorben (German)
- Deborah Jin Dies at 47
- Rose Mofford, first woman to serve as Arizona governor, has died
- Haakon Sørbye (Norwegian)
- Renowned Turkish actor Tarık Akan dies aged 66
- Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Edward Albee dies at age 88
- Former Italian president, prime minister Ciampi dies Archived September 17, 2016, at the Wayback Machine
- Charles H. Henry
- William Louis-Dreyfus, actress' dad, dies at age 84
- Presidential campaign suspended in Cape Verde
- Qiao Renliang passes away from committing suicide
- State Sen. Joe Seng dies after battling cancer
- Theodore W. Anderson 1918‒2016
- 'Sound of Music' star Charmian Carr dies aged 73
- Iranian cyclist Bahman Golbarnezhad dies after crash in road race
- Space Ghost: Coast To Coast Voice Artist C. Martin Croker Has Passed Away
- Скончался украинский писатель Роман Иваничук (Russian)
- Minnessida för Rune Larsson (Swedish)
- NH native Gen. Robert W. Cone dies at 59
- Dave Kyle (1919–2016)
- San Francisco activist Rose Pak has died
- Elhunyt Prékopa András matematikus, az MTA rendes tagja (Hungarian)
- UAE's artistic giant Hassan Sharif dies age 65 Archived September 23, 2016, at the Wayback Machine
- Karl Dietrich Bracher, German Historian of Nazi Era, Dies at 94
- Bobby Breen
- Berlin Pirate politician Gerwald Claus-Brunner dies
- Former NU coach Glassford dies at 102
- Veteran journalist Allister Sparks dies
- In Memoriam: Boris Trakhtenbrot, 1921–2016
- Entertainer Bill Zucker, native of Longmeadow, dead at 60
- Ex-Nebraska Rep. Bill Barrett, who pushed farm issues, dies
- Former Buffalo Sabres defenseman Richie Dunn dead at age 59
- Jack Garman, NASA engineer who 'saved' Apollo 11 from alarms, dies at 72
- Former Archbishop Peter Leo Gerety, world's oldest Catholic bishop, dead at 104
- Remembering Erwin Hahn
- Curtis Hanson, Director and Oscar-Winning Writer on 'L.A. Confidential,' Dies at 71
- Micki Marlo, Popular 1950s Singer and Nightclub Performer, Dies at 88
- In Memoriam: Foil A. Miller
- Edmund F. O'Connor Obituary
- Victor Scheinman, Assembly Line Robot Inventor, Dies at 73
- Atlanta rapper Shawty Lo killed in fiery crash
- Nashville Songwriters Hall Of Fame Member John D. Loudermilk Dies At 82
- Kjell Albin Abrahamson död (Swedish)
- Jewish WWII ‘Avenger’ Joseph Harmatz dead at 91
- Morto il critico cinematografico Gian Luigi Rondi, ex direttore della Mostra del Cinema di Venezia: aveva 94 anni (Italian)
- Ed Temple, Track Coach Who Produced Olympians and National Titles, Dies at 89
- Fotbollslegendaren Yngve Brodd är död (Swedish)
- Holocaust survivor Max Mannheimer dies in Germany at age 96 Archived September 27, 2016, at the Wayback Machine
- Décès de Michel Rousseau, ancien champion olympique sur piste (French)
- Andrzej Tarkowski, brilliant Polish embryologist – obituary
- Прошлый футболист ЦСКА Владимир Кузьмичев умер в автокатастрофе Белрынок (Russian)
- Bruce Charles 'Bill' Mollison 1928–2016
- Bill Nunn, Who Played Radio Raheem in ‘Do the Right Thing,’ Dies at 63
- Dural, leader of Buckwheat Zydeco, dies
- Jose Fernandez dies in boating accident
- Dawn Hampton obituary
- Falleció el expresidente David Padilla Arancibia (Spanish)
- Arnold Palmer, Golf Legend and Hall of Famer, Dies at 87
- Country Music Hall of Famer Jean Shepard dead at 82
- Don Brothwell remembered
- Mark Dvoretsky passes away at 68
- Ciclismo: addio al bergamasco Giacomo Fornoni, medaglia d’oro olimpica (Italian)
- Herschell Gordon Lewis, filmmaker and ‘godfather of gore,' dies at 87
- Krigshelt Wilhelm Mohr er død (Norwegian)
- Divertis actor Ioan Gyuri Pascu dies of heart attack in Bucharest. He was 55
- Curtis Roosevelt, grandson of a president, dies at 86
- Zemřel jazzový klavírista Růžička. Hrál v Semaforu i s Lacem Deczim (Czech)
- Former Aston Villa and England striker Jackie Sewell dies age 89
- Toughie the frog, likely the last of his species, dies
- جمشید آموزگار درگذشت+تصاویر (Persian)
- Syed Shamsul Haq passes away
- Muere exvicepresidente Luis Ossio Sanjinés Archived October 1, 2016, at the Wayback Machine (Spanish)
- Charles L. Schultze, economist in two administrations, dies at 91
- Vincent Charyk
- Former California Chief Justice Malcolm Lucas dies at 89
- Preminui Sreten Mirković: Legenda zauvek napustila ring (Serbian)
- Rest in Power: Gloria Naylor, Author of 'The Women of Brewster Place,' Has Died
- Agnes Nixon, creator of Main Line-set 'All My Children,' 'One Life to Live,' dies at 88
- Shimon Peres Dead: How Did The Former Israeli Prime Minister Die?
- Cheng Yu-Tung, Hong Kong Jeweler Turned Billionaire, Dies
- Miriam Defensor-Santiago passes away at 71
- US painter Shirley Jaffe, 93, dies in Paris
- Fiji's Ratu Joni Madraiwiwi dies
- Joseph Verner Reed Jr., 78, Dies; Envoy Became White House Chief of Protocol
- Mark Ricks, Idaho government and religious leader, dies at age 92
- Addio a Laura Troschel, attrice e cantante degli anni ’70 e moglie di Pippo Franco (Italian)
- Moroccan Multi-millionaire Brahim Zniber Dies at 96
- Noted algebraist Bjarni Jónsson dies