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IN MEMORIAM 2008-2010

 

Erich Kästner, German World War I veteran
03/10/1900 – 01/01/2008

 

Milt Dunnell, Canadian sportswriter and editor
12/24/1905 – 01/03/2008

 

Ken Nelson, American record company executive and country music promoter
01/19/1911 – 01/06/2008

 

Andrés Henestrosa, Mexican writer, poet, and historian
11/30/1906 – 01/10/2008

 

Pepín Bello, Spanish writer and intellectual
05/13/1904 – 01/11/2008

 

Carl Karcher, American businessman, founded Carl's Jr. hamburger chain
01/16/1917 – 01/11/2008

 

Stanisław Wycech, Polish World War I veteran
06/27/1902 – 01/12/2008

 

Raymond Cambefort, French World War I veteran
02/11/1900 – 01/16/2008

 

Louis de Cazenave, French World War I veteran
10/16/1897 – 01/20/2008

 

Viktor Schreckengost, American painter and industrial designer
06/26/1906 – 01/26/2008

 

Gordon B. Hinckley, American religious leader, Mormon president (1995-2008)
06/23/1910 – 01/27/2008

 

Volodia Teitelboim, Chilean writer and politician
03/17/1916 – 01/31/2008

 

Earl Butz, American government official, Secretary of Agriculture (1971-1976)
07/03/1909 – 02/02/2008

 

Harry Richard Landis, American World War I veteran
12/09/1899 – 02/04/2008

 

Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, Indian spiritual leader, founded transcendental meditation
01/12/1918 – 02/05/2008

 

Ruth Stafford Peale, American motivational speaker, widow of Dr. Norman Vincent Peale
09/10/1906 – 02/06/2008

 

Tamara Desni, German-born English actress, Fire Over England
10/22/1911 – 02/07/2008

 

Phyllis A. Whitney, American mystery writer
09/09/1903 – 02/08/2008

 

Baba Amte, Indian social reformer and humanitarian
12/26/1914 – 02/09/2008

 

Smoky Dawson, Australian country music performer
03/19/1913 – 02/13/2008

 

Kon Ichikawa, Japanese motion picture director, The Burmese Harp
11/20/1915 – 02/13/2008

 

Henri Salvador, French Guianese-born French singer
07/18/1917 – 02/13/2008

 

Hans Leussink, German government official, Minister for Education and Research (1969-1972)
02/02/1912 – 02/16/2008

 

Emily Perry, English actress, The Dame Edna Experience
06/28/1907 – 02/19/2008

 

Douglas Fraser, Scottish-born American labor leader, president of the UAW (1977-1983)
12/18/1916 – 02/23/2008

 

Pearl Witherington, French-born English World War II resistance fighter
06/24/1914 – 02/24/2008

 

W. C. Heinz, American sportswriter
01/11/1915 – 02/27/2008

 

Joseph M. Juran, Romanian-born American quality management pioneer
12/24/1904 – 02/28/2008

 

Philip Rabinowitz, Lithuanian-born South African sprinter
02/16/1904 – 02/28/2008

 

Frederick Seitz, American physicist
07/04/1911 – 03/02/2008

 

Elfriede Kaun, German Olympic bronze medal-winning high jumper
10/05/1914 – 03/05/2008

 

Leon Greenman, English Holocaust survivor and lecturer
12/18/1910 – 03/07/2008

 

Erwin Geschonneck, German actor
12/27/1906 – 03/12/2008

 

Howard Metzenbaum, American politician, Ohio senator (1974, 1976-1995)
06/04/1917 – 03/12/2008

 

Lazare Ponticelli, Italian-born French World War I veteran, served in French and Italian armed forces
12/07/1897 – 03/12/2008

 

Bill Bolick, American country music performer, half of the Blue Sky Boys duo
10/28/1917 – 03/13/2008

 

Bill Brown, Australian cricketer
07/31/1912 – 03/16/2008

 

Arthur C. Clarke, English futurist and science fiction writer, 2001: A Space Odyssey
12/16/1917 – 03/19/2008

 

Gabriel París Gordillo, Colombian president and head of the military junta (1957-1958)
03/08/1910 – 03/21/2008

 

Merv Wallace, New Zealand cricketer and cricket captain and coach
12/19/1916 – 03/21/2008

 

David Carroll, American musical director, arranger, and conductor
10/15/1913 – 03/22/2008

 

Arbella Ewing, American supercentenarian
03/13/1894 – 03/22/2008

 

Harvey Picker, American industrialist and pioneer of patient-centered healthcare
12/08/1915 – 03/22/2008

 

Richard Widmark, American actor, Kiss of Death, Madigan
12/26/1914 – 03/24/2008

 

Ben Carnevale, American basketball coach and administrator
10/30/1915 – 03/25/2008

 

Erwin Wickert, German writer and diplomat
01/07/1915 – 03/26/2008

 

Ralph Rapson, American architect
09/13/1914 – 03/29/2008

 

Nikolai Baibakov, Russian economist and head of Gosplan (1955-1957, 1965-1985)
03/06/1911 – 03/31/2008

 

Jules Dassin, American motion picture director and screenwriter, Never on Sunday
12/18/1911 – 03/31/2008

 

Yakup Satar, Crimean-born Turkish World War I veteran
03/11/1898 – 04/02/2008

 

Jacques Berthier, French actor
02/10/1916 – 04/06/2008

 

Ludu Daw Amar, Burmese writer and journalist
11/29/1915 – 04/07/2008

 

Barbara McDermott, American Lusitania passenger, penultimate survivor of the sinking
06/15/1912 – 04/12/2008

 

John Archibald Wheeler, American theoretical physicist, coined the term "black hole"
07/09/1911 – 04/13/2008

 

Werner Groebli, Swiss-born comic ice skater, "Mr. Frick" of Frick and Frack duo
04/21/1915 – 04/14/2008

 

Tommy Holmes, American baseball player and manager
03/29/1917 – 04/14/2008

 

Ollie Johnston, American animator, one of Disney's "Nine Old Men"
10/31/1912 – 04/14/2008

 

June Travis, American actress, Ceiling Zero
08/07/1914 – 04/14/2008

 

Edward Lorenz, American mathematician and meteorologist
05/23/1917 – 04/16/2008

 

Aimé Césaire, Martinican-born French poet, playwright, and politician
06/20/1913 – 04/17/2008

 

Kay Linaker (aka Kate Phillips), American actress and screenwriter, The Blob
07/19/1913 – 04/18/2008

 

Mildred "Chrissie" Martenstein, American supercentenarian
06/09/1897 – 04/18/2008

 

Germaine Tillion, French anthropologist
05/30/1907 – 04/19/2008

 

Edwin Scheier, American ceramicist
11/12/1910 – 04/20/2008

 

Carmen Silva (aka Carmem Silva), Brazilian actress
04/05/1916 – 04/21/2008

 

Enrico Donati, Italian-born American surrealist painter
02/19/1909 – 04/25/2008

 

Henry Brant, Canadian-born American composer of spatial music
09/15/1913 – 04/26/2008

 

Albert Hofmann, Swiss chemist, discovered the psychedelic drug lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD)
01/11/1906 – 04/29/2008

 

Mary G. Ross, American mathematician and aerospace engineer
08/09/1908 – 04/29/2008

 

Buzzie Bavasi, American baseball executive
12/12/1914 – 05/01/2008

 

Anthony Mamo, Maltese president (1974-1976)
01/09/1909 – 05/01/2008

 

Wojciech Dzieduszycki, Polish actor, journalist, and conductor
06/05/1912 – 05/02/2008

 

Ted Key, American cartoonist, Hazel
08/25/1912 – 05/03/2008

 

Franz Jackson, American saxophonist and clarinetist
11/01/1912 – 05/06/2008

 

Irena Sendler, Polish humanitarian, smuggled 2,500 Jewish children out of the Warsaw Ghetto
02/15/1910 – 05/12/2008

 

Frith Banbury, English theatrical producer and director
05/04/1912 – 05/14/2008

 

Astrid Zachrison, Swedish supercentenarian
05/15/1895 – 05/15/2008

 

Willis Lamb, American Nobel Prize-winning physicist
07/12/1913 – 05/15/2008

 

Robert Mondavi, American vintner
06/18/1913 – 05/16/2008

 

Zélia Gattai, Brazilian writer
07/02/1916 – 05/17/2008

 

Lionel Van Deerlin, American politician, California representative (1963-1981)
07/25/1914 – 05/17/2008

 

Joseph Pevney, American television and motion picture director, Man of a Thousand Faces
09/15/1911 – 05/18/2008

 

Huntington Hartford, American supermarket heir, entrepreneur, and patron of the arts
04/18/1911 – 05/19/2008

 

Herb Hash, American baseball player
02/13/1911 – 05/20/2008

 

Daniel Guzman-Garcia, Colombian supercentenarian
02/06/1897 – 05/21/2008

 

J. R. Simplot, American businessman, J. R. Simplot Company
01/04/1909 – 05/25/2008

 

Clémentine Solignac, French supercentenarian
09/07/1894 – 05/25/2008

 

Ernst Stuhlinger, German-born American rocket scientist
12/19/1913 – 05/25/2008

 

Franz Künstler, Austro-Hungarian-born German World War I veteran, served in Austro-Hungarian armed forces
07/24/1900 – 05/27/2008

 

Ferenc Fejtő (aka François Fejtő), Hungarian-born French political scientist and journalist
08/31/1909 – 06/02/2008

 

Mel Ferrer, American actor, Lili, TV's Falcon Crest
08/25/1917 – 06/02/2008

 

Dino Risi, Italian motion picture director and screenwriter, Scent of a Woman
12/23/1916 – 06/07/2008

 

Charles Buswell, American bishop
10/15/1913 – 06/14/2008

 

Jamelão, Brazilian samba singer and composer
05/12/1913 – 06/14/2008

 

Bessie Roffey, English-born Canadian supercentenarian
03/02/1897 – 06/17/2008

 

Jean Delannoy, French filmmaker
01/12/1908 – 06/18/2008

 

Tasha Tudor, American children's writer and illustrator
08/28/1915 – 06/18/2008

 

Kermit Love, American costume designer and puppet creator, TV's Sesame Street
08/05/1916 – 06/21/2008

 

Albert Cossery, Egyptian-born French writer
11/03/1913 – 06/22/2008

 

Dody Goodman, American actress, TV's Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman
10/28/1914 – 06/22/2008

 

John M. Miller, American aviator
12/15/1905 – 06/23/2008

 

Leonid Hurwicz, Russian-born American Nobel Prize-winning economist
08/21/1917 – 06/24/2008

 

Francesco Domenico Chiarello, Italian World War I veteran
11/05/1898 – 06/27/2008

 

Sam Manekshaw (aka Sam Bahadur), Indian field marshal and war hero
04/03/1914 – 06/27/2008

 

Lenka Reinerová, Czech writer, Dream Café of a Prague Woman
05/17/1916 – 06/27/2008

 

Hans Caninenberg, German actor, The Odessa File
01/14/1913 – 06/29/2008

 

Evelyn Keyes, American actress, Gone With the Wind
11/20/1916 – 07/04/2008

 

John Templeton, American-born English stock investor and philanthropist
11/29/1912 – 07/08/2008

 

Michael DeBakey, American cardiovascular surgeon and medical researcher
09/07/1908 – 07/11/2008

 

Olive Riley, Australian blogger, The Life of Riley
10/20/1899 – 07/12/2008

 

Henki Kolstad, Norwegian actor
02/03/1915 – 07/14/2008

 

Riek Schagen, Dutch actress and artist
11/15/1913 – 07/14/2008

 

John "Peanuts" O'Flaherty, Canadian hockey player and coach
04/10/1918 – 07/16/2008

 

Jo Stafford, American singer, "Shrimp Boats", "You Belong to Me"
11/12/1917 – 07/16/2008

 

Creig Flessel, American comic book artist
02/02/1912 – 07/17/2008

 

Dercy Gonçalves, Brazilian actress and comedienne
06/23/1907 – 07/19/2008

 

Norman Dello Joio, American composer, Meditation on Ecclesiastes
01/24/1913 – 07/24/2008

 

Lotte Betke, German actress and writer
11/05/1905 – 07/25/2008

 

Carrie Allen McCray, American writer, Freedom's Child
10/04/1913 – 07/25/2008

 

Julius B. Richmond, American government official, Surgeon General of the United States (1977-1981)
09/26/1916 – 07/27/2008

 

Luther Davis, American playwright and screenwriter, Kismet
08/29/1916 – 07/29/2008

 

Peter Coke, English playwright and actor, radio detective Paul Temple
03/30/1913 – 07/30/2008

 

Vilma Jamnická, Czech-born Slovakian actress and astrologer
11/13/1906 – 08/12/2008

 

Henri Cartan, French mathematician
07/08/1904 – 08/13/2008

 

Jack Weil, American businessman, Rockmount Ranch Wear
03/28/1901 – 08/13/2008

 

Gladys Powers, English-born Canadian World War I veteran, served in English armed forces
05/10/1899 – 08/15/2008

 

Jerry Wexler, American music producer
01/10/1917 – 08/15/2008

 

Dorival Caymmi, Brazilian songwriter and singer
04/30/1914 – 08/16/2008

 

Masanobu Fukuoka, Japanese agriculturalist, pioneer of natural farming
02/02/1913 – 08/16/2008

 

Otto Leisner, Danish radio and television host
01/16/1917 – 08/16/2008

 

Maudie Hopkins, American Civil War widow
12/07/1914 – 08/17/2008

 

Thomas H. Weller, American Nobel Prize-winning virologist
06/15/1915 – 08/23/2008

 

Joseph Tal, Polish-born Israeli composer
09/18/1910 – 08/25/2008

 

Tommy Bolt, American golfer
03/31/1916 – 08/30/2008

 

Eldon Rathburn, Canadian motion picture composer
04/21/1916 – 08/30/2008

 

Thomas J. Bata, Czech-born Canadian businessman, Bata Shoe Company
09/17/1914 – 09/01/2008

 

Bill Melendez, Mexican-born American animator, A Charlie Brown Christmas
11/15/1916 – 09/02/2008

 

Antonio Innocenti, Italian cardinal
08/23/1915 – 09/06/2008

 

Anita Page, American actress, The Broadway Melody
08/04/1910 – 09/06/2008

 

Don Gutteridge, American baseball player, manager, and coach
06/19/1912 – 09/07/2008

 

Nouhak Phoumsavanh, Laotian president (1992-1998)
04/09/1914 – 09/09/2008

 

George Putnam, American news reporter and talk show host
07/14/1914 – 09/12/2008

 

Walter Seward, American supercentenarian
10/13/1896 – 09/14/2008

 

Ellen Tarry, American writer of books for young adults
09/26/1906 – 09/23/2008

 

Mickey Vernon, American baseball player and manager
04/22/1918 – 09/24/2008

 

Arthur Glenn Andrews, American politician, Alabama representative (1965-1967)
01/15/1909 – 09/25/2008

 

Joli Jászai, Hungarian actress, Love Till First Blood
05/21/1907 – 09/26/2008

 

Adolf Branald, Czech writer
10/04/1910 – 09/28/2008

 

Louis Guss, American actor, Moonstruck
01/04/1918 – 09/29/2008

 

Jock Wilson, Scottish World War II hero
09/07/1903 – 09/29/2008

 

Boris Yefimov, Russian political cartoonist and propaganda artist
09/28/1900 – 10/01/2008

 

House Peters, Jr., American actor, original Mr. Clean in television commercials
01/12/1916 – 10/01/2008

 

Peter Copley, English actor, Help!, Empire of the Sun
05/20/1915 – 10/07/2008

 

George E. Palade, Romanian-born American Nobel Prize-winning cell biologist
11/19/1912 – 10/07/2008

 

Sid Hudson, American baseball player
01/03/1915 – 10/10/2008

 

Fazıl Hüsnü Dağlarca, Turkish poet
08/26/1914 – 10/15/2008

 

Sœur Emmanuelle, Belgian-born French nun and humanitarian
11/16/1908 – 10/20/2008

 

Estelle Reiner, American singer and actress, When Harry Met Sally...
06/01/1914 – 10/25/2008

 

Delfino Borroni, Italian World War I veteran
08/23/1898 – 10/26/2008

 

Alexander Lowen, American psychotherapist
12/23/1910 – 10/28/2008

 

Studs Terkel, American broadcaster and writer, Working
05/16/1912 – 10/31/2008

 

Tan Jiazhen (aka C. C. Tan), Chinese geneticist
09/15/1909 – 11/01/2008

 

Jean Fournet, French conductor
04/14/1913 – 11/03/2008

 

Sydney Lucas, English-born Australian World War I veteran, served in English armed forces
09/21/1900 – 11/04/2008

 

Baldev Raj Chopra, Indian motion picture and television producer and director
04/22/1914 – 11/05/2008

 

Preacher Roe, American baseball player
02/26/1916 – 11/09/2008

 

Kiyoshi Itô, Japanese mathematician
09/07/1915 – 11/10/2008

 

Reg Varney, English actor, TV's On the Buses
07/11/1916 – 11/16/2008

 

Irving Brecher, American screenwriter, Meet Me in St. Louis
01/17/1914 – 11/17/2008

 

Pete Newell, Canadian-born American college basketball coach
08/03/1915 – 11/17/2008

 

Betty James, American businesswoman, co-founded the Slinky company
02/13/1918 – 11/20/2008

 

William Gibson, American playwright, The Miracle Worker, Golda's Balcony
11/13/1914 – 11/25/2008

 

Edna Parker, American supercentenarian, world's oldest validated person at time of death
04/20/1893 – 11/26/2008

 

George M. Docherty, Scottish-born American minister, led push to include "under God" in Pledge of Allegiance
05/09/1911 – 11/27/2008

 

Verne Orr, American government official, Secretary of the Air Force (1981-1985)
11/12/1916 – 11/27/2008

 

Jørn Utzon, Danish architect, designed Australia's Sydney Opera House
04/09/1918 – 11/29/2008

 

Béatrix Beck, Swiss-born Belgian writer
07/30/1914 – 11/30/2008

 

Dorothy Sterling, American writer of books for young adults
11/23/1913 – 12/01/2008

 

Frank Crean, Australian politician, deputy prime minister (1975)
02/28/1916 – 12/02/2008

 

Forrest J. Ackerman, American science fiction promoter and collector
11/24/1916 – 12/04/2008

 

Catherine Hagel, American supercentenarian
11/28/1894 – 12/06/2008

 

Frank K. Edmondson, American astronomer
08/01/1912 – 12/08/2008

 

Avery Dulles, American cardinal
08/24/1918 – 12/12/2008

 

Van Johnson, American actor, Brigadoon, The Caine Mutiny
08/25/1916 – 12/12/2008

 

Sammy Baugh, American football player
03/17/1914 – 12/17/2008

 

W. Mark Felt, American FBI administrator, Watergate's "Deep Throat"
08/17/1913 – 12/18/2008

 

Hannah Frank, Scottish painter and sculptor
08/23/1908 – 12/18/2008

 

George Francis, American supercentenarian
06/06/1896 – 12/27/2008

 

Aarne Arvonen, Finnish supercentenarian
08/04/1897 – 01/01/2009

 

Claiborne Pell, American politician, Rhode Island senator (1961-1997)
11/22/1918 – 01/01/2009

 

Helen Suzman, South African social activist and politician
11/07/1917 – 01/01/2009

 

Maria de Jesus, Portuguese supercentenarian, world's oldest validated person at time of death
09/10/1893 – 01/02/2009

 

Griffin Bell, American government official, Attorney General (1977-1979)
10/31/1918 – 01/05/2009

 

Carl Pohlad, American businessman, owner of the Minnesota Twins baseball franchise
08/23/1915 – 01/05/2009

 

Nino Bongiovanni, American baseball player
12/21/1911 – 01/06/2009

 

T. Llew Jones, Welsh children's writer
10/11/1915 – 01/09/2009

 

William Stone, English World War I veteran
09/23/1900 – 01/10/2009

 

Sidney Wood, American tennis player
11/01/1911 – 01/10/2009

 

Elżbieta Zawacka, Polish World War II resistance fighter
03/19/1909 – 01/10/2009

 

Bert Hazell, English politician, Member of Parliament (1964-1970)
04/18/1907 – 01/11/2009

 

Arne Næss, Norwegian philosopher and mountaineer
01/27/1912 – 01/12/2009

 

Hortense Calisher, American writer, Queenie
12/20/1911 – 01/13/2009

 

Nancy Bird Walton, Australian aviatrix
10/16/1915 – 01/13/2009

 

Trammell Crow, American property developer
06/11/1914 – 01/14/2009

 

Maurice Chappaz, Swiss writer
12/21/1916 – 01/15/2009

 

Andrew Wyeth, American painter, Christina's World
07/12/1917 – 01/16/2009

 

Edmund de Rothschild, English financier and philanthropist
01/02/1916 – 01/17/2009

 

Beatrice Farve, American supercentenarian
04/30/1895 – 01/19/2009

 

Jean Jadot, Belgian bishop, apostolic delegate to the U.S. (1973-1980)
11/23/1909 – 01/21/2009

 

Billy Werber, American baseball player
06/20/1908 – 01/22/2009

 

H. J. Blackham, English humanist and writer, Six Existentialist Thinkers
03/31/1903 – 01/23/2009

 

George Perle, American composer and musicologist
05/06/1915 – 01/23/2009

 

Marie Glory, French actress, The King of Paris
03/03/1905 – 01/24/2009

 

Mamadou Dia, Senegalese prime minister (1958-1962)
07/18/1910 – 01/25/2009

 

Ramaswamy Venkataraman, Indian president (1987-1992)
12/04/1910 – 01/27/2009

 

René Berger, Belgian-born Swiss philosopher and art historian
04/29/1915 – 01/29/2009

 

Hélio Gracie, Brazilian martial artist
10/01/1913 – 01/29/2009

 

Erland von Koch, Swedish composer
04/26/1910 – 01/31/2009

 

Robert Anderson, American playwright and screenwriter, Tea and Sympathy
04/28/1917 – 02/09/2009

 

Willem Kolff, Dutch-born American physician and inventor, known as the father of artificial organs
02/14/1911 – 02/11/2009

 

Malcolm Toon, American diplomat
07/04/1916 – 02/12/2009

 

Edward Upward, English writer, The Mortmere Stories
09/09/1903 – 02/13/2009

 

Konrad Dannenberg, German-born American rocket scientist
08/05/1912 – 02/16/2009

 

Kiyoshi Igarashi, Japanese supercentenarian
08/02/1897 – 02/23/2009

 

Philip José Farmer, American science fiction writer, the Riverworld series
01/26/1918 – 02/25/2009

 

Clarence Swenson, American actor, munchkin from The Wizard of Oz
12/29/1917 – 02/26/2009

 

Manea Mănescu, Romanian prime minister (1974-1979)
08/09/1916 – 02/27/2009

 

Paul Harvey, American radio personality
09/04/1918 – 02/28/2009

 

Horton Foote, American playwright, The Trip to Bountiful, and screenwriter, Tender Mercies
03/14/1916 – 03/04/2009

 

George McAfee, American football player
03/13/1918 – 03/04/2009

 

Tullio Pinelli, Italian playwright and screenwriter, La Dolce vita,
06/24/1908 – 03/07/2009

 

Hank Locklin, American country music songwriter and performer
02/15/1918 – 03/08/2009

 

Leonore Annenberg, American philanthropist and Chief of Protocol (1981-1982)
02/20/1918 – 03/12/2009

 

Anne Brown, American-born Norwegian soprano, Broadway's Porgy and Bess
08/09/1912 – 03/13/2009

 

Alan W. Livingston, American record company president and creator of Bozo the Clown
10/15/1917 – 03/13/2009

 

Millard Kaufman, American screenwriter, Bad Day at Black Rock, and co-creator of Mr. Magoo
03/12/1917 – 03/14/2009

 

Coy Watson, Jr., American child actor and news cameraman
11/16/1912 – 03/14/2009

 

Jack Lawrence, American songwriter, "If I Didn't Care", "Tenderly", "Beyond the Sea"
04/07/1912 – 03/15/2009

 

Gertrud Fussenegger, Austrian writer
05/08/1912 – 03/19/2009

 

John Hope Franklin, American historian, author of From Slavery to Freedom
01/02/1915 – 03/25/2009

 

Helen Levitt, American photographer
08/31/1913 – 03/29/2009

 

Herman Franks, American baseball player, coach, and manager
01/04/1914 – 03/30/2009

 

Emilie Lavoie, Canadian supercentenarian
04/10/1898 – 04/02/2009

 

Netherwood Hughes, English World War I veteran
06/12/1900 – 04/04/2009

 

I. J. Good, English-born statistician and cryptographer
12/09/1916 – 04/05/2009

 

Hans Kleppen, Norwegian Olympic bronze medal-winning ski jumper
03/16/1907 – 04/12/2009

 

Maurice Druon, French writer, The Accursed Kings
04/23/1918 – 04/14/2009

 

Peter Rogers, English motion picture producer, the Carry On film series
02/20/1914 – 04/14/2009

 

László Tisza, Hungarian-born physicist
07/07/1907 – 04/15/2009

 

Eugeniusz Waniek, Polish artist
10/28/1906 – 04/19/2009

 

Jack Jones, English union leader and advocate for the elderly
03/29/1913 – 04/21/2009

 

Ken Annakin, English motion picture director, Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines
08/10/1914 – 04/22/2009

 

Jack Cardiff, English motion picture director and Oscar-winning cinematographer, Black Narcissus
09/18/1914 – 04/22/2009

 

Frankie Manning, American swing dancer and choreographer
05/26/1914 – 04/27/2009

 

Amparo Arozamena, Mexican actress
08/24/1916 – 04/30/2009

 

Albert H. Gordon, American businessman, Kidder, Peabody & Co.
07/21/1901 – 05/01/2009

 

Dom DiMaggio, American baseball player
02/12/1917 – 05/08/2009

 

Ernest Millington, English politician, Member of Parliament (1945-1950)
02/15/1916 – 05/09/2009

 

Waldemar Levy Cardoso, Brazilian field marshal
12/04/1900 – 05/13/2009

 

Achille Compagnoni, Italian mountaineer, one of the first two men to reach the summit of K2
09/26/1914 – 05/13/2009

 

E. Beatrice Riley, Australian supercentenarian
10/13/1896 – 05/15/2009

 

Krishna Pattabhi Jois, Indian yoga instructor
07/26/1915 – 05/18/2009

 

Robert F. Furchgott, American Nobel Prize-winning biochemist and pharmacologist
06/04/1916 – 05/19/2009

 

Clint Smith, Canadian hockey player
12/12/1913 – 05/19/2009

 

Sam Maloof, American furniture designer and woodworker
01/16/1916 – 05/21/2009

 

Haakon Lie, Norwegian government official, Labour Party secretary (1945-1969)
09/22/1905 – 05/25/2009

 

Mort Abrahams, American television and motion picture producer, Doctor Dolittle, Planet of the Apes
03/26/1916 – 05/28/2009

 

Ephraim Katzir, Ukrainian-born Israeli president (1973-1978) and biophysicist
05/16/1916 – 05/30/2009

 

Millvina Dean, English Titanic passenger, last survivor of the sinking
02/02/1912 – 05/31/2009

 

Thomas Berry, American cultural historian and eco-theologian
11/09/1914 – 06/01/2009

 

John Campbell Ross, Australian World War I veteran
03/11/1899 – 06/03/2009

 

Shih Kien (aka Shek Kin), Hong Kong actor, Enter the Dragon
01/01/1913 – 06/03/2009

 

Dorothy Layton, American actress, Pick-Up
08/13/1912 – 06/04/2009

 

Fleur Cowles, American painter, writer, and editor, Flair magazine
01/20/1908 – 06/05/2009

 

Jean Dausset, French Nobel Prize-winning hematologist and immunologist
10/19/1916 – 06/06/2009

 

Harold Norse, American poet
07/06/1916 – 06/08/2009

 

Huey Long, American musician and singer, The Ink Spots
04/25/1904 – 06/10/2009

 

Christel Peters, German actress
01/15/1916 – 06/11/2009

 

Tomoji Tanabe, Japanese supercentenarian
09/18/1895 – 06/19/2009

 

Godfrey Rampling, English Olympic gold medal-winning relay runner
05/14/1909 – 06/20/2009

 

Errol Harris, South African philosopher, author of Nature, Mind and Modern Science
02/19/1908 – 06/21/2009

 

Philip Simmons, American ornamental ironworker
06/09/1912 – 06/22/2009

 

Victoriano Crémer, Spanish poet and journalist
12/18/1907 – 06/27/2009

 

Karl Malden, American Oscar-winning actor, A Streetcar Named Desire, TV's The Streets of San Francisco
03/22/1912 – 07/01/2009

 

Herbert G. Klein, American journalist, White House Communications Director (1969-1973)
04/01/1918 – 07/02/2009

 

Béla Király, Hungarian freedom fighter, military historian, and politician
04/14/1912 – 07/04/2009

 

Leo Mol, Ukrainian-born Canadian sculptor
01/15/1915 – 07/04/2009

 

Robert McNamara, American government official, Secretary of Defense (1961-1968)
06/09/1916 – 07/06/2009

 

Ebba Haslund, Norwegian writer, Nothing Happened
08/12/1917 – 07/10/2009

 

Beverly Roberts, American singer and actress, China Clipper
05/19/1914 – 07/13/2009

 

Julius Shulman, American architectural photographer
10/10/1910 – 07/15/2009

 

Walter Cronkite, American journalist and broadcaster, CBS Evening News (1962-1981)
11/04/1916 – 07/17/2009

 

Jean Margéot, Mauritian cardinal
02/03/1916 – 07/17/2009

 

Henry Allingham, English World War I veteran
06/06/1896 – 07/18/2009

 

Ingeborg Hunzinger, German sculptor
02/03/1915 – 07/19/2009

 

Edward T. Hall, American anthropologist and cross-cultural researcher
05/16/1914 – 07/20/2009

 

Harry Patch, English World War I veteran
06/17/1898 – 07/25/2009

 

Merce Cunningham, American dancer and choreographer
04/16/1919 – 07/26/2009

 

Budd Schulberg, American Oscar-winning screenwriter, On the Waterfront
03/27/1914 – 08/05/2009

 

Riccardo Cassin, Italian mountaineer
01/02/1909 – 08/06/2009

 

Carleen Hutchins, American luthier and acoustician
05/24/1911 – 08/07/2009

 

Les Paul, American musician, invented the solid-body electric guitar
06/09/1915 – 08/13/2009

 

Lawrence Lucie, American jazz guitarist
12/18/1907 – 08/14/2009

 

Virginia Davis, American child actress
12/31/1918 – 08/15/2009

 

Rose Friedman, Russian-born American economist
12/25/1912 – 08/18/2009

 

Muriel Duckworth, Canadian feminist and peace activist
10/31/1908 – 08/22/2009

 

Hyman Bloom, Latvian-born American painter
03/29/1913 – 08/26/2009

 

Sergey Mikhalkov, Russian children's author and songwriter, composed Russian and Soviet national anthems
03/12/1913 – 08/27/2009

 

Mady Rahl, German actress
01/03/1915 – 08/29/2009

 

Francis Rogallo, American aeronautical engineer, invented the flex-wing hang glider
01/27/1912 – 09/01/2009

 

Frank Coghlan, Jr. (aka Junior Coghlan), American actor, the Adventures of Captain Marvel film serial
03/15/1916 – 09/07/2009

 

Rica Erickson, Australian naturalist and botanical artist
08/10/1908 – 09/08/2009

 

Henry S. Fitch, American herpetologist
12/25/1909 – 09/08/2009

 

Gertrude Baines, American supercentenarian, world's oldest validated person at time of death
04/06/1894 – 09/11/2009

 

Norman Borlaug, American Nobel Prize-winning agronomist
03/25/1914 – 09/12/2009

 

Willy Ronis, French photographer
08/14/1910 – 09/12/2009

 

Lonny Frey, American baseball player
08/23/1910 – 09/13/2009

 

Luciano Emmer, Italian motion picture director and screenwriter, Three Girls from Rome
01/19/1918 – 09/16/2009

 

Milton Meltzer, American historian and writer of nonfiction books for young adults
05/08/1915 – 09/19/2009

 

John Hart, American actor, TV's The Lone Ranger
12/13/1917 – 09/20/2009

 

Ertuğrul Osman V, Turkish royal, claimant to the Ottoman throne
08/18/1912 – 09/23/2009

 

Mimi Weddell, American model and actress, Hats Off
02/15/1915 – 09/24/2009

 

Willy Breinholst, Danish humorist and writer
06/27/1918 – 09/25/2009

 

Donal McLaughlin, American architect, designed the United Nations emblem
06/26/1907 – 09/27/2009

 

Alice T. Schafer, American mathematician
06/18/1915 – 09/27/2009

 

Robert S. Baker, English motion picture and television producer and director, The Saint
10/27/1916 – 09/30/2009

 

Israel Gelfand, Russian mathematician
09/02/1913 – 10/05/2009

 

Pamela Blake, American actress, This Gun for Hire
08/06/1915 – 10/06/2009

 

Irving Penn, American photographer
06/16/1917 – 10/07/2009

 

Aldo Buzzi, Italian architect and writer, The Perfect Egg and Other Secrets
08/10/1910 – 10/09/2009

 

George Tuska, American comic book artist, Captain Marvel, Iron Man
04/26/1916 – 10/15/2009

 

Vic Mizzy, American composer, "The Addams Family Theme", "Green Acres Theme"
01/09/1916 – 10/17/2009

 

Joseph Wiseman, Canadian actor, Dr. No
05/15/1918 – 10/19/2009

 

Margaret Fitzgerald, Canadian supercentenarian
09/16/1896 – 10/20/2009

 

Clifford Hansen, American politician, Wyoming governor (1963-1967) and senator (1967-1978)
10/16/1912 – 10/20/2009

 

Lou Jacobi, Canadian actor, The Diary of Anne Frank, Avalon
12/28/1913 – 10/23/2009

 

John Kenley, American theatrical producer, founded the Kenley Players
02/20/1906 – 10/23/2009

 

Lawrence Halprin, American landscape architect
07/01/1916 – 10/25/2009

 

Bei Shizhang, Chinese biologist and educator
10/10/1903 – 10/29/2009

 

Claude Lévi-Strauss, French social anthropologist
11/28/1908 – 10/30/2009

 

Qian Xuesen, Chinese rocket scientist
12/11/1911 – 10/31/2009

 

Nien Cheng, Chinese-born American writer, Life and Death in Shanghai
01/28/1915 – 11/02/2009

 

Francisco Ayala, Spanish writer and sociologist
03/16/1906 – 11/03/2009

 

Tamás Lossonczy, Hungarian abstract painter
08/12/1904 – 11/03/2009

 

William H. Avery, American politician, Kansas representative (1955-1965) and governor (1965-1967)
08/11/1911 – 11/04/2009

 

Hilliard Hudson, American supercentenarian
02/23/1899 – 11/06/2009

 

Antonio Rosario Mennonna, Italian bishop
05/27/1906 – 11/06/2009

 

Bob Dillinger, American baseball player
09/17/1918 – 11/07/2009

 

Vitaly Ginzburg, Russian Nobel Prize-winning physicist
10/04/1916 – 11/08/2009

 

Hisaya Morishige, Japanese actor
05/04/1913 – 11/10/2009

 

Armen Takhtajan, Armenian-born Russian botanist
06/10/1910 – 11/13/2009

 

Pierre Harmel, Belgian prime minister (1965-1966)
03/16/1911 – 11/15/2009

 

Patriarch Pavle of Serbia, Croatian-born Serbian religious leader
09/11/1914 – 11/15/2009

 

Olivia Patricia Thomas, American supercentenarian
06/29/1895 – 11/16/2009

 

Wallace "Bucky" Williams, American baseball player
12/15/1906 – 11/16/2009

 

Chiyo Shiraishi, Japanese supercentenarian
08/06/1895 – 11/19/2009

 

Tommy Henrich, American baseball player
02/20/1913 – 12/01/2009

 

Richard Todd, Irish-born English actor, The Hasty Heart
06/11/1919 – 12/03/2009

 

William Lederer, American writer, Ensign O'Toole and Me, The Ugly American
03/31/1912 – 12/05/2009

 

Rupprecht Geiger, German painter
01/26/1908 – 12/06/2009

 

Gene Barry, American actor, The War of the Worlds, TV's Bat Masterson, Burke's Law
06/14/1919 – 12/09/2009

 

Garland Adair, American supercentenarian
07/30/1898 – 12/11/2009

 

Paul Samuelson, American Nobel Prize-winning economist
05/15/1915 – 12/13/2009

 

Sol Price, American businessman, founded FedMart and Price Club
01/23/1916 – 12/14/2009

 

Oral Roberts, American evangelist, founded Oral Roberts University
01/24/1918 – 12/15/2009

 

Jennifer Jones, American Oscar-winning actress, The Song of Bernadette, Duel in the Sun
03/02/1919 – 12/17/2009

 

Lincoln Gordon, American diplomat and president of Johns Hopkins University (1967-1971)
09/10/1913 – 12/19/2009

 

Yiannis Moralis, Greek painter
04/23/1916 – 12/20/2009

 

Lester Rodney, American sportswriter
04/17/1911 – 12/20/2009

 

Edwin G. Krebs, American Nobel Prize-winning biochemist
06/06/1918 – 12/21/2009

 

Ngapoi Ngawang Jigme, Tibetan politician
02/01/1910 – 12/23/2009

 

Edward Schillebeeckx, Belgian Roman Catholic theologian
11/12/1914 – 12/23/2009

 

Rafael Caldera, Venezuelan president (1969-1974, 1994-1999)
01/24/1916 – 12/24/2009

 

Bessie Blount, American inventor and forensic scientist
11/24/1914 – 12/30/2009

 

Ruth Lilly, American philanthropist, heir to the Eli Lilly pharmaceutical fortune
08/02/1915 – 12/30/2009

 

Cahal Daly, Irish cardinal
10/01/1917 – 12/31/2009

 

Freya von Moltke, German World War II resistance fighter
03/29/1911 – 01/01/2010

 

Johan Ferrier, Surinamese president (1975-1980)
05/12/1910 – 01/04/2010

 

Miep Gies, Austrian-born Dutch humanitarian, hid diarist Anne Frank and family
02/15/1909 – 01/11/2010

 

P. K. Page, English-born Canadian poet
11/23/1916 – 01/14/2010

 

Jyoti Basu, Indian politician, chief minister of West Bengal (1977-2000)
07/08/1914 – 01/17/2010

 

Abraham Sutzkever, Polish-born Israeli poet
07/15/1913 – 01/20/2010

 

Bobby Bragan, American baseball player, coach, manager, and administrator
10/30/1917 – 01/21/2010

 

Maggie Renfro, American supercentenarian
11/14/1895 – 01/22/2010

 

Earl Wild, American pianist and composer
11/26/1915 – 01/23/2010

 

James Henry Quello, American government official, Chairman of the FCC (1993)
04/21/1914 – 01/24/2010

 

Orlando Cole, American cellist and cello teacher
08/16/1908 – 01/25/2010

 

Louis Auchincloss, American writer, The House of Five Talents
09/27/1917 – 01/26/2010

 

J. D. Salinger, American writer, The Catcher in the Rye
01/01/1919 – 01/27/2010

 

Lucienne Day, English textile designer
01/05/1917 – 01/30/2010

 

David Brown, American motion picture producer, Jaws, Cocoon, A Few Good Men
07/28/1916 – 02/01/2010

 

John McCallum, Australian actor and television producer, Skippy the Bush Kangaroo
03/14/1918 – 02/03/2010

 

Frances Reid, American actress, TV's Days of Our Lives
12/09/1914 – 02/03/2010

 

Walter Frederick Morrison, American inventor, creator of the Frisbee
01/23/1920 – 02/09/2010

 

José Joaquín Trejos Fernández, Costa Rican president (1966-1970)
04/18/1916 – 02/10/2010

 

Frederick C. Weyand, American general, Chief of Staff of the United States Army (1974-1976)
09/15/1916 – 02/10/2010

 

Cy Grant, Guyanese-born English actor, singer, and writer
11/08/1919 – 02/13/2010

 

John Babcock, Canadian World War I veteran
07/23/1900 – 02/18/2010

 

George Cisar, American baseball player
08/25/1910 – 02/19/2010

 

İhsan Doğramacı, Turkish academic and family healthcare advocate
04/03/1915 – 02/25/2010

 

Wendy Toye, English actress, dancer, choreographer, and director, The Stranger Left No Card
05/01/1917 – 02/27/2010

 

Martin Benson, English actor, The King and I, Goldfinger, The Omen
08/10/1918 – 02/28/2010

 

Phillip Law, Australian scientist and Antarctica explorer
04/21/1912 – 02/28/2010

 

Michael Foot, English politician, Leader of the Labour Party (1980-1983)
07/23/1913 – 03/03/2010

 

Joaquim Fiúza, Portuguese Olympic bronze medal-winning sailor
02/08/1908 – 03/04/2010

 

Andrée Peel, French World War II resistance fighter
02/03/1905 – 03/05/2010

 

Edgar Wayburn, American environmentalist
09/17/1906 – 03/05/2010

 

Mary Josephine Ray, Canadian-born American supercentenarian
05/17/1895 – 03/07/2010

 

Doris Haddock (aka Granny D), American political activist
01/24/1910 – 03/09/2010

 

Dorothy Janis, American actress, 1929's The Pagan
02/19/1912 – 03/10/2010

 

Sid Fleischman, American children's writer, The Whipping Boy
03/16/1920 – 03/17/2010

 

Peter Gowland, American glamour photographer
04/03/1916 – 03/17/2010

 

Stewart Udall, American politician and government official, Secretary of the Interior (1961-1969)
01/31/1920 – 03/20/2010

 

Blanche Thebom, American opera singer
09/19/1915 – 03/23/2010

 

Ron Hamence, Australian cricketer
11/25/1915 – 03/24/2010

 

Elisabeth Noelle-Neumann, German political scientist
12/19/1916 – 03/25/2010

 

June Havoc, American actress, Gentleman's Agreement
11/08/1913 – 03/28/2010

 

John Forsythe, American actor, TV's Charlie's Angels, Dynasty
01/29/1918 – 04/01/2010

 

Clifford M. Hardin, American government official, Secretary of Agriculture (1969-1971)
10/09/1915 – 04/04/2010

 

Anatoly Dobrynin, Russian diplomat, ambassador to the United States (1962-1986)
11/16/1919 – 04/06/2010

 

Neva Morris, American supercentenarian
08/03/1895 – 04/06/2010

 

George Nissen, American gymnast, invented the modern trampoline
02/01/1914 – 04/07/2010

 

Meinhardt Raabe, American actor, coroner from The Wizard of Oz
09/02/1915 – 04/09/2010

 

Michel Chartrand, Canadian union leader and activist
12/20/1916 – 04/12/2010

 

Marion Ladewig, American bowler
10/30/1914 – 04/16/2010

 

Tomáš Špidlík, Czech cardinal
12/17/1919 – 04/16/2010

 

Dorothy Height, American civil rights activist
03/24/1912 – 04/20/2010

 

W. Willard Wirtz, American government official, Secretary of Labor (1962-1969)
03/14/1912 – 04/24/2010

 

Stefania Grodzieńska, Polish writer and actress
09/02/1914 – 04/28/2010

 

Furio Scarpelli, Italian screenwriter, Casanova '70, Il postino
12/16/1919 – 04/28/2010

 

Ryszard Matuszewski, Polish writer, literary critic, and translator
08/18/1914 – 04/29/2010

 

Paul Augustin Mayer, German cardinal
05/23/1911 – 04/30/2010

 

Wendell J. Westcott, American carillonneur
01/20/1911 – 04/30/2010

 

Helen Wagner, American actress, TV's As the World Turns
09/03/1918 – 05/01/2010

 

Kama Chinen, Japanese supercentenarian, world's oldest validated person at time of death
05/10/1895 – 05/02/2010

 

Ernie Harwell, American sportscaster, announcer for the Detroit Tigers (1960-2002)
01/25/1918 – 05/04/2010

 

Luigi Poggi, Italian cardinal
11/25/1917 – 05/04/2010

 

Giulietta Simionato, Italian opera singer
05/12/1910 – 05/05/2010

 

Walter J. Hickel, American politician, Alaska governor (1966-1969, 1990-1994) and cabinet member
08/18/1919 – 05/07/2010

 

Florrie Baldwin, English supercentenarian
03/31/1896 – 05/08/2010

 

Andor Lilienthal, Hungarian chess grandmaster
05/05/1911 – 05/08/2010

 

Lena Horne, American singer, "Stormy Weather", and actress, The Wiz
06/30/1917 – 05/09/2010

 

Doris Eaton Travis, American actress and Ziegfeld girl
03/14/1904 – 05/11/2010

 

Ilse Pohl, German writer
05/07/1907 – 05/13/2010

 

Rosa Rio, American organist and composer
06/02/1902 – 05/13/2010

 

Hank Jones, American jazz pianist
07/31/1918 – 05/16/2010

 

Martin Gardner, American recreational mathematician
10/21/1914 – 05/22/2010

 

Silvius Magnago, Italian politician
02/05/1914 – 05/25/2010

 

Art Linkletter, Canadian-born American television host, House Party, People Are Funny
07/17/1912 – 05/26/2010

 

John Finn, American World War II Medal of Honor recipient
07/23/1909 – 05/27/2010

 

Slim Bryant, American country music singer, songwriter, and guitarist
12/07/1908 – 05/28/2010

 

Louise Bourgeois, French-born American sculptor
12/25/1911 – 05/31/2010

 

Arthur A. Link, American politician, North Dakota representative (1971-1973) and governor (1973-1981)
05/24/1914 – 06/01/2010

 

Kazuo Ohno, Japanese Butoh dancer
10/27/1906 – 06/01/2010

 

Giuseppe Taddei, Italian opera singer
06/26/1916 – 06/02/2010

 

Himan Brown, American radio producer and director, Inner Sanctum Mysteries
07/21/1910 – 06/04/2010

 

John Wooden, American basketball player and coach
10/14/1910 – 06/04/2010

 

Marina Semyonova, Russian ballerina
06/12/1908 – 06/09/2010

 

Heidi Kabel, German actress
08/27/1914 – 06/15/2010

 

Amedeo Guillet, Italian World War II hero and diplomat
02/07/1909 – 06/16/2010

 

Ronald Neame, English cinematographer, screenwriter, producer, and director, The Poseidon Adventure
04/23/1911 – 06/16/2010

 

Marcel Bigeard, French general
02/14/1916 – 06/18/2010

 

Edith Shain, American World War II figure, claimed to be the nurse in Alfred Eisenstaedt's V-J Day photo
07/29/1918 – 06/20/2010

 

Robert Byrd, American politician, West Virginia senator (1959-2010)
11/20/1917 – 06/28/2010

 

Arnold Friberg, American painter, The Prayer at Valley Forge
12/21/1913 – 07/01/2010

 

Emilio Q. Daddario, American politician, Connecticut representative (1959-1971)
09/24/1918 – 07/07/2010

 

Basil Davidson, English journalist and historian of Africa
11/09/1914 – 07/09/2010

 

Bob Sheppard, American sports announcer, known as "The Voice of Yankee Stadium"
10/12/1910 – 07/11/2010

 

Luis Corvalán, Chilean politician and dissident
09/14/1916 – 07/21/2010

 

Ralph Houk, American baseball player, coach, and manager
08/09/1919 – 07/21/2010

 

Daniel Schorr, American journalist and broadcaster
08/31/1916 – 07/23/2010

 

Bernard West, American actor, producer, and screenwriter, TV's All in the Family, Three's Company
05/30/1918 – 07/29/2010

 

Zheng Ji, Chinese nutritionist and biochemist
05/06/1900 – 07/29/2010

 

Otto Joachim, German-born Canadian musician and composer
10/13/1910 – 07/30/2010

 

Suso Cecchi D'Amico, Italian screenwriter, The Bicycle Thief, Big Deal on Madonna Street
07/21/1914 – 07/31/2010

 

Mitch Miller, American recording artist and television host, Sing Along with Mitch
07/04/1911 – 07/31/2010

 

Robert F. Boyle, American art director and production designer, North by Northwest
10/10/1909 – 08/01/2010

 

Eric Tindill, New Zealand cricketer and rugby player
12/18/1910 – 08/01/2010

 

Edwin Newman, American journalist, broadcaster, and writer, Strictly Speaking
01/25/1919 – 08/13/2010

 

Frank Kermode, English literary critic, author of The Sense of an Ending
11/29/1919 – 08/17/2010

 

William Saxbe, American politician, Ohio senator (1969-1974) and Attorney General (1974-1975)
06/24/1916 – 08/24/2010

 

Raimon Panikkar, Spanish philosopher and theologian
11/03/1918 – 08/26/2010

 

Francisco Varallo, Argentinian soccer player
02/05/1910 – 08/30/2010

 

Don Lang, American baseball player
03/15/1915 – 09/01/2010

 

Leo Trepp, German-born American clergyman, last surviving rabbinical witness to the Holocaust
03/04/1913 – 09/02/2010

 

Wilebaldo Solano, Spanish freedom fighter, journalist, and politician
07/07/1916 – 09/07/2010

 

Jenny Alpha, Martinican-born French actress and singer
04/22/1910 – 09/08/2010

 

John Kluge, German-born American media mogul
09/21/1914 – 09/08/2010

 

Kevin McCarthy, American actor, Death of a Salesman, Invasion of the Body Snatchers
02/15/1914 – 09/11/2010

 

Caterina Boratto, Italian actress, , Juliet of the Spirits
03/15/1915 – 09/14/2010

 

Jean-Marcel Jeanneney, French politician and economist
11/13/1910 – 09/17/2010

 

James Bacon, American entertainment columnist and reporter
05/12/1914 – 09/18/2010

 

Grace Bradley, American actress, Anything Goes, Larceny on the Air
09/21/1913 – 09/21/2010

 

Art Gilmore, American radio and television announcer
03/18/1912 – 09/25/2010

 

Gloria Stuart, American actress, The Old Dark House, The Invisible Man, Titanic
07/04/1910 – 09/26/2010

 

Norman Wisdom, English comedian and actor
02/04/1915 – 10/04/2010

 

Roy Ward Baker, English television and motion picture director, A Night to Remember
12/19/1916 – 10/05/2010

 

Ralph Kercheval, American football player
12/01/1911 – 10/06/2010

 

Maurice Allais, French Nobel Prize-winning economist
05/31/1911 – 10/09/2010

 

Manuel Alexandre, Spanish actor
11/11/1917 – 10/12/2010

 

Belva Plain, American writer, Evergreen
10/09/1915 – 10/12/2010

 

Zofia Morawska, Polish social worker and humanitarian
11/13/1904 – 10/15/2010

 

Barbara Billingsley, American actress, Airplane!, TV's Leave It to Beaver
12/22/1915 – 10/16/2010

 

Max Kohnstamm, Dutch economist, diplomat, and historian
05/22/1914 – 10/20/2010

 

Joseph Stein, American librettist, Broadway's Fiddler on the Roof, Zorba
05/30/1912 – 10/24/2010

 

Saqr bin Mohammed al-Qasimi, Emirati monarch, Ras al-Khaimah ruler (1948-2010)
04/09/1918 – 10/27/2010

 

Eugénie Blanchard, French supercentenarian, world's oldest validated person at time of death
02/16/1896 – 11/04/2010

 

Noel Taylor, American costume designer, TV's Hallmark Hall of Fame
01/17/1913 – 11/04/2010

 

Jack Levine, American social realist painter
01/03/1915 – 11/08/2010

 

Robin Day, English furniture and interior designer
05/25/1915 – 11/09/2010

 

Dino de Laurentiis, Italian motion picture producer, La Strada, 1976's King Kong
08/08/1919 – 11/10/2010

 

Marie Osborne (aka Baby Marie), American child actress
11/05/1911 – 11/11/2010

 

Ernst von Glasersfeld, Austrian-born American philosopher and cybernetician
03/08/1917 – 11/12/2010

 

George Binks, American baseball player
07/11/1914 – 11/13/2010

 

Britton Chance, American biochemist, biophysicist, and Olympic gold medal-winning sailor
07/24/1913 – 11/16/2010

 

Frank Fenner, Australian virologist
12/21/1914 – 11/22/2010

 

Huang Hua, Chinese foreign minister (1976-1982)
01/25/1913 – 11/24/2010

 

Doris McCarthy, Canadian painter
07/07/1910 – 11/25/2010

 

Francisco Fernández del Riego, Spanish writer
01/07/1913 – 11/26/2010

 

Mario Monicelli, Italian motion picture director and screenwriter, Casanova '70
05/15/1915 – 11/29/2010

 

Maurice Wilkes, English computer scientist
06/26/1913 – 11/29/2010

 

Daya Mata, American spiritual leader, Self-Realization Fellowship president (1955-2010)
01/31/1914 – 11/30/2010

 

Adriaan Blaauw, Dutch astronomer
04/12/1914 – 12/01/2010

 

Lewis Gomavitz, American television director, Kukla, Fran & Ollie
11/02/1912 – 12/01/2010

 

Hugues Cuénod, Swiss tenor
06/26/1902 – 12/06/2010

 

Art Mahan, American baseball player
06/08/1913 – 12/07/2010

 

John B. Fenn, American Nobel Prize-winning chemist
06/15/1917 – 12/10/2010

 

J. Michael Hagopian, Armenian-born American documentarian, The Forgotten Genocide
10/20/1913 – 12/10/2010

 

Bob Feller, American baseball player
11/03/1918 – 12/15/2010

 

Phil Cavarretta, American baseball player, coach, and manager
07/19/1916 – 12/18/2010

 

Jacqueline de Romilly, French philologist
03/26/1913 – 12/18/2010

 

Katharina Szelinski-Singer, German sculptor
05/24/1918 – 12/20/2010

 

Roy R. Neuberger, American financier and patron of the arts
07/21/1903 – 12/24/2010

 

Albert Ghiorso, American nuclear scientist, co-discovered twelve chemical elements on the periodic table
07/15/1915 – 12/26/2010

 

Agathe von Trapp, Austrian-born American singer, the Trapp Family Singers
03/12/1913 – 12/28/2010

 

Bill Erwin, American actor, Somewhere in Time
12/02/1914 – 12/29/2010

 

Roger Milliken, American businessman, Milliken & Company
10/24/1915 – 12/30/2010

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