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A list of notables who died in 2011

National affairs

Lawrence Eagleburger, diplomat

Mark Hatfield, US senator (Oregon)

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Charles Percy, US senator (Illinois)

James McClure, US senator (Idaho)

Malcolm Wallop, US senator (Wyoming)

Howard Pollock, US congressman (Alaska)

John Adler, US congressman (New Jersey)

Harold Volkmer, US congressman (Missouri)

Robert Ellsworth, US congressman (Kansas)

Peter Frelinghuysen, US congressman (New Jersey)

Clarence Miller, US congressman (Ohio)

Erwin Mitchell, US congressman (Georgia)

Richard Mallary, US congressman (Vermont)

Howard Wolpe, US congressman (Michigan)

Perkins Bass, US congressman (New Hampshire)

James Quigley, US congressman (Pennsylvania)

Hugh Carey, New York governor

Walter Peterson, New Hampshire governor

Claude Kirk, Florida governor

Russell Peterson, Delaware governor, environmentalist

Ned McWherter, Tennessee governor

Bill Clements, Texas governor

Bruce Sundlun, Rhode Island governor

William Schaefer, Maryland governor, Baltimore mayor

Albert Rosellini, Washington governor

William Waller, Mississippi governor

Charles Manatt, Democratic party leader

Dorothy Rodham, political mentor

Milton Gwirtzman, political aide

Kara Kennedy, filmmaker

Richard Wirthlin, pollster

George Gallup, pollster

John Shalikashvili, Joint Chiefs leader

Noel Gayler, war hero

Richard Winters, war hero

Barney Hajiro, war hero

Violet Cowden, war hero

Paul Wiedorfer, war hero

Charles Murray, war hero

Joseph Carmichael, war hero

Frank Buckles, World War I doughboy

John Lounge, astronaut

Arthur Murray, test pilot

Betty Skelton, air daredevil

Betty Haas Pfister, aviatrix

Leonard Weinglass, defense attorney

Matthew Perry, legal pioneer

Ellen McCormack, antiabortion activist

David Hackett, public servant

David Sencer, public health official

Bernadine Healy, public health official

Virginia Knauer, consumer advocate

Judy Bonds, environmental activist

Clara Luper, civil rights activist

Arthur Evans, gay rights activist

Gus Tyler, labor leader

John Stott, evangelical leader

Jerome Shestack, attorney, diplomat

Norma Johnson, federal judge

Kenneth Dahlberg, Watergate figure

World affairs

Prince Sultan bin Abdel Aziz, Saudi Arabian defense minister

Nguyen Cao Ky, South Vietnamese leader

Tuviah Friedman, Nazi hunter

Mietek Pemper, compiler of Schindler’s List

Lana Peters, author, Josef Stalin’s daughter

Nancy Wake, WWII resistance leader

Josefa Iloilo, Fiji president

Necmettin Erbakan, Turkish prime minister

Fateh Singh Rathore, environmentalist

Allan Blakeney, Canadian health minister

Sathya Sai Baba, spiritual leader

Madame Ngo Dinh Nhu, Vietnamese political figure

Ernesto Sabato, Argentine author, rights activist

Moshe Landau, Israeli Supreme Court judge

Lidia Gueiler Tejada, Bolivian president

Sergei Bagapsh, Abkhazian leader

Ferenc Madl, Hungarian president

Albertina Sisulu, antiapartheid leader

Edgar Tekere, Zimbabwe rights leader

Frederick Chiluba, Zambian president

Itamar Franco, Brazilian president

Leo Kirch, German media mogul

Juan Bordaberry, Uruguayan president

Harri Holkeri, Finnish prime minister

Ante Markovic, Yugoslavian prime minister

Burhanuddin Rabbani, Afghan president

Ramiz Alia, Albanian president

Laura Pollan Toledo, Cuban dissident

Manfred Gerlach, East German head of state

Antonio Cassese, war crimes expert

Chukwuemeka Ojukwu, Biafran leader

John Foley, Vatican spokesman

Literary world

Wilfrid Sheed, novelist, essayist, critic

Reynolds Price, novelist, poet, short story writer

Theodore Roszak, counterculture author

Leo Steinberg, art historian, critic

Edwin Honig, poet, critic, translator

John Hay, nature writer

B.H. Friedman, author, critic

John Gross, critic, essayist

Ruth Cavin, editor, writer

Joe Gores, mystery writer

Diana Wynne Jones, fantasy author

Brian Jacques, children’s author

Dick King-Smith, children’s author

Steven Kroll, children’s author

Margaret McElderry, editor, publisher

Morris Philipson, publisher

John Haines, poet

Paul Violi, poet

Samuel Menashe, poet

Emanuel Litvinoff, poet

Ruth Stone, poet

Christopher Logue, poet, translator

Walter Zacharius, publisher

Barbara Grier, publisher

Al Morgan, novelist, playwright

Diana Wynne Jones, fantasy author

H.R.F. Keating, crime novelist

Manning Marable, historian, biographer

Joanna Russ, sci-fi author

Gil Scott-Heron, poet, musician

Harry Bernstein, memoirist

Lilian Jackson Braun, mystery novelist

Josephine Hart, novelist

Peter Gent, novelist

Piri Thomas, author

Russell Hoban, author, illustrator

Florence Parry Heide, chidren’s author

Anne McCaffrey, novelist

Allen Mandelbaum, poet, translator

Elisabeth Young-Bruehl, biographer, psychoanalyst

George Whitman, bookseller, literary patron

Film

Peter Postlethwaite, actor

Jackie Cooper, actor

Cliff Robertson, actor

Peter Yates, director

Ken Russell, director

Jane Russell, actress

Anne Francis, actress

Susannah York, actress

Maria Schneider, actress

Lena Nyman, actress

Betty Garrett, actress, singer

Anna Massey, actress

John Barry, composer

David Friedman, producer

Polly Platt, producer, designer

Laura Ziskin, producer

Fritz Manes, producer

Bert Schneider, producer

Farley Granger, actor

Kenneth Mars, actor

Michael Gough, actor

Michael Sarrazin, actor

G.D. Spradlin, actor

Roberts Blossom, actor

John Calley, studio chief

Charles Jarrott, director

Michael Cacoyannis, director

Raul Ruiz, director

Gualtiero Jacopetti, director

Yoshimitsu Morita, director

Gunnar Fischer, cinematographer

Richard Leacock, documentary filmmaker

Bruce Ricker, documentary filmmaker

Ira Cohen, filmmaker, poet

David Rayfiel, screenwriter

Joseph Brooks, songwriter

Sue Mengers, agent

Theodora Van Runkle, costume designer

Robert Easton, dialect coach

Television and radio

Harry Morgan, actor

David Nelson, actor

Bruce Gordon, actor

Len Lesser, actor

David Frye, comedian

Charlie Callas, comedian

Mike DeStefano, comedian

Patrice O’Neal, comedian

Tony Geiss, writer, composer

John Strauss, composer

Charles Dubin, director

Gilbert Cates, producer, director

Sherwood Schwartz, writer, producer

Arthur Marx, writer

Madelyn Pugh Davis, writer

Hal Kanter, writer, producer

John Howard Davies, actor, producer

Jeff Conaway, actor

Michael Tolan, actor

Tom Aldredge, actor

Andy Whitfield, actor

Sid Melton, actor

Alan Sues, actor

Mary Fickett, actress

Fred Imus, radio personality

Norman Corwin, radio dramatist

Tom Keith, radio voice actor

Ray Aghayan, costume designer

Theater, dance, and opera

Arthur Laurents, playwright, director

Theoni Aldredge, costume designer

Romulus Linney, playwright

Sidney Michaels, playwright

Shelagh Delaney, playwright

John Neville, actor, director

Ellen Stewart, theater impresario

Jerry Ames, dancer, choreographer

Marian Mercer, actress

Haila Stoddard, actress, producer

Margaret Tyzack, actress

Alice Playten, actress

Jane White, actress, singer

Michael Langham, director

Edward Bigelow, dancer

Giorgio Tozzi, opera star, actor

Salvatore Licitra, opera star

Philip Rose, producer

Judd Woldin, composer

Alexander Grant, ballet star

Nina Sorokina, ballerina

Annabelle Lyons, ballerina

The arts

Joan Vass, fashion designer

Richard Hamilton, painter, printmaker

Bijan Pakzad, fashion designer

Cyril Harris, acoustical engineer

Milton Rogovin, photographer

Jerome Liebling, photographer

Robert Whitaker, photographer

Barry Feinstein, photographer

Dennis Oppenheim, conceptual artist

Roman Opalka, conceptual artist

Alan Uglow, abstract painter

Bob Cassilly, artist, museum director

Roger Kennedy, museum director

Edgar Tafel, architect

George White, architect

Gene Summers, architect

Andrew Geller, architect

Charles Nolan, fashion designer

Margit Brandt, fashion icon

John Chamberlain, sculptor

Charles Perry, sculptor

Roy Gussow, sculptor

John McCracken, sculptor

Stephen De Staebler, sculptor

Gabriel Laderman, painter, critic

George Tooker, painter

Robert Vickrey, painter

Leonora Carrington, painter, sculptor

Hedda Sterne, painter

Pat Passlof, painter

Joseph Selame, graphic designer

Harry Jackson, painter, sculptor

Robert Loughlin, artist

Claudio Bravo, artist

Keith Irvine, interior designer

Gene Colan, comic-book artist

Joe Simon, comic-book artist

T. Lux Feininger, multimedia artist

Budd Hopkins, artist

June Wayne, painter, printmaker

Jerry Robinson, cartoonist, comic-book artist

Tom Wilson, cartoonist

Bil Keane, cartoonist

Sergio Scaglietti, car designer

Media

Frank Chirkinian TV sports producer

Joe Aceti, TV sports director

Joseph Wershba, broadcast news producer

Jeff Gralnick, broadcast news executive

Elmer Lower, broadcast news executive

Robert Pierpoint, broadcast journalist

Bill Monroe, broadcast journalist

Hal Bruno, broadcast journalist

Charles Silberman, journalist

L.J. Davis, journalist, author

Tim Hetherington, photojournalist, filmmaker

Chris Hondros, photojournalist

Raymond D’Addario, photojournalist

Brian Lanker, photojournalist

David Davis, automotive journalist

William Rusher, magazine publisher, author

A. Whitney Ellsworth, magazine publisher

Bill Gallo, cartoonist, columnist

F. Gilman Spencer, newspaper editor

Jane Scott, rock critic

Nick Charles, sports broadcaster

John Halaby, journalist

James Cannon, journalist, political aide

Eleanor Mondale, entertainment reporter

Stanley Case, radio anchor

Dugald Stermer, magazine illustrator

Music

Nick Ashford, singer-songwriter

Ferlin Husky, country-pop singer

Phoebe Snow, singer-songwriter

Andrew Gold, singer-songwriter

Debbie Friedman, singer-songwriter

Jessy Dixon, gospel singer

Dobie Gray, singer-songwriter

Bill Morrissey, folk artist

Bert Jansch, folk artist

Bob Burnett, folk artist

Gil Robbins, folk artist

Margaret Whiting, pop vocalist

Gladys Horton, soul singer

Howard Tate, soul singer

Don Kirshner, music promoter

Milton Babbitt, composer

Peter Lieberson, composer

Blanche Moyse, conductor, music school founder

Eugene Fodor, violinist

Hugh Martin, composer, lyricist

Roger Williams, pop pianist

Bernard Greenhouse, cellist

Joe Morello, jazz drummer

Ralph MacDonald, percussionist, composer

Frank Foster, saxophonist, composer

Bob Brookmeyer, trombonist, composer, arranger

Marv Tarplin, guitarist, songwriter

Cornell Dupree, guitarist

Hubert Sumlin, guitarist

Ralph Mooney, steel guitarist

Wade Mainer, banjo player

Kenny Baker, fiddle player

Wilma Lee Cooper, bluegrass artist

Hazel Dickens, bluegrass artist

Eddie Kirkland, bluesman

David Honeyboy Edwards, bluesman

Jani Lane, rock singer

Wardell Quezergue, producer, arranger

Billy Bang, jazz violinist

Sam Rivers, saxophonist, composer

Snooky Young, trumpeter

Roger Nichols, sound engineer

Eugene McDaniels, singer-songwriter

Dan Peek, pop singer

Carl Gardner, R&B singer

Ross Barbour, pop singer

Rob Grill, rock singer

Jerry Ragovoy, songwriter

Marshall Grant, bassist

Vesta Williams, R&B artist

Johnnie Wright, country artist

Sylvia Robinson, singer-songwriter, producer

Pupi Campo, bandleader

Sports

Jack LaLanne, fitness guru

John Kelley, marathoner

Bubba Smith, football player, actor

Dave Gavitt, basketball coach, conference founder

Joe Restic, football coach

John Henry Johnson, football

John Mackey, football

Dan Wheldon, race car driver

Jim Rathmann, race car driver

Chuck Tanner, baseball manager

Marty Marion, baseball

Ryne Duren, baseball

David Sisler, baseball

Larry Shepard, baseball

Woodie Fryman, baseball

Paul Splittorff, baseball

Jim Northrup, baseball

Jose Pagan, baseball

Hideki Irabu, baseball

Don Buddin, baseball

Mike Flanagan, baseball

Matty Alou, baseball

Bob Forsch, baseball

Charlie Lea, baseball

Houston Antwine, football

Cookie Gilchrist, football

Ollie Matson, football

Andy Robustelli, football

Lee Roy Selmon, football

Dave Duerson, football

Drew Hill, football

Jim Seymour, football

Joe Perry, football

Ron Springs, football

Sam DeLuca, football

Orlando Brown, football

Emory Bellard, football coach

Homer Smith, football coach

Rick Martin, hockey

Derek Boogaard, hockey

Ed Macauley, basketball

Margo Dydek, basketball

Walt Hazzard, basketball

Nikolai Andrianov, gymnast

Jeret Peterson, skier

Walter Bonatti, mountaineer

Erhard Loretan, mountaineer

Randy Savage, pro wrestler

Henry Cooper, boxer

Pauline Betz Addie, tennis champ

Socrates, soccer star

Business

Norio Ohga, Sony Corp. chairman

Elliot Handler, Mattel cofounder

Donald Tyson, food tycoon

Arthur Nielsen, market researcher

John Opel, IBM chief

Daniel Burke, media executive

Robert Pritzker, industrialist

Sidney Harman, audio pioneer, media executive

Bill Cook, medical device mogul

Howard Stein, Dreyfus Corp. chief

Phyllis Robinson, ad copywriter

William Schreyer, Merrill Lynch chief

Carl Hess, private equity pioneer

Theodore Forstmann, financier

Robert Ross, global entrepreneur

Henry Taub, Automatic Data Processing cofounder

Jacob Goldman, Xerox scientist

Randy Wood, Dot Records founder

Cyrus Harvey, entrepreneur

Jess Jackson, winemaker

Jeno Paulucci, food magnate

Wallace McCain, food mogul

Robert Stempel, General Motors chief

Robert Galvin, Motorola chief

David Reynolds, metal manufacturer

Julius Blank, semiconductor pioneer

Edgar Villchur, audio pioneer

Science and medicine

Baruch Blumberg, biochemist

Michael Linshaw, pediatric nephrologist

Ralph Steinman, cell biologist

William Lipscomb, chemist

Herbert Hauptman, mathematician

Baruj Benacerraf, immunologist

Alfred Freedman, psychiatrist

Willard Boyle, physicist

Rosalyn Yalow, physicist

Norman Ramsey, physicist

Har Gobind Khorana, biochemist

Ernest McCulloch, stem cell scientist

Charles Epstein, medical geneticist

Owsley Stanley, counterculture chemist

Victor Blanco, astronomer

Michael Drake, planetary scientist

Paul Baran, computer engineer

Jean Bartik, computer programmer

Tom West, computer engineer

Dennis Ritchie, computer scientist

John McCarthy, computer scientist

Jack Wolf, mathematician

Thomas Eisner, chemical ecologist

William Prusoff, pharmacologist

Ellison Pierce, anesthesiologist

Leo Rangell, psychoanalyst

Morris Chafetz, psychiatrist

James Rahal, virus expert

William Wolff, surgeon

Bruce Dan, epidemiologist

William Kannel, medical researcher

James Hillman, therapist, author

Henry Ellis, cardiovascular surgeon

David French, global health advocate

Academia and education

Daniel Bell, sociology

John Blum, history

Lynn Margulis, evolutionary biology

Derrick Bell, legal studies

Paul Doty, biochemistry

William Doering, chemistry

James Elliot, planetary astronomy

William Stuntz, legal theory

David Baldus, legal theory

Edwin Gaustad, religious history

Elizabeth May, economics

John Travers, developmental psychology

Paul Lawrence, organizational behavior

Abraham Zaleznik, business management

Lewis Binford, archaeology

Gordon Kaufman, theology

Harold Washington, criminal law

Linda Datcher Loury, social economics

Ruby Cohn, theater history

David Staelin, computer science

Daniel Cheever, international affairs

Evelyn Handler, university president

The local scene

Elizabeth Winship, advice columnist

Vince Droser, housing expert, developer

Richard Mintz, attorney

Robert Charpie, Cabot Corp. chief

Hank Spaulding, developer

George Kimball, sportswriter

Carl Oglesby, author, activist

Michael Callahan, public servant

Vincent Bolger, firefighter

James Spruill, theater company founder

Tony McLean, Broadway in Boston head

John Lincoln Wright, country singer

Charles Claffey, journalist

Clif Garboden, journalist

Dick Powers, journalist

William Duncliffe, journalist

Tom Herde, news photographer

Adriana Jenkins, inspirational cancer patient

Sandy King, antiviolence crusader

Ralph Saya, film editor

Jon Lipsky, playwright, director

Myra Fox, child life services pioneer

Paul McMahon, art critic, photographer

Kim Kennedy, photographer

Joseph Donahue, union chief

Helen Lamb, camp founder

William Wong, restaurateur

Joe Garland, journalist, historian

Al Vega, jazz pianist

Robert Devin, MBTA announcer

Barbara McDonough, Boston Globe operator

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