This page (deaths in 2014) provide information of all the notable people deaths in 2014. Names under each date of month are reported in alphabetical order by family name. Here link for the persons page is also given to know the details about his life. -
10 March 2014
9 March 2014
8 March 2014
- Gerrie de Bruyn, 75, South African boxer.
- Wendy Hughes, 61, Australian actress, cancer.
- Noor Agha Kamran, Afghan district chief (Nazyan), bombing.
7 March 2014
- Sana Khan, Pakistani actress and model, traffic collision.
- Bill McLaughlin, 76, American television journalist (CBS News), cardiac arrest.
- Tamás Nádas, 44, Hungarian aerobatics pilot and world champion air racer, plane crash.
- Ned O’Gorman, 84, American poet, pancreatic cancer.
6 March 2014
- Gebregziabher Andemariam, 64, Eritrean general, Chief of Staff of the Defence Forces.
- Alemayehu Atomsa, 45, Ethiopian politician, President of Oromia Region (2010–2014), typhoid fever.
- Maurice Faure, 92, French politician and diplomat, Interior Minister, Justice Minister, MP and Senator for Lot, last living signatory of the Treaty of Rome.
- Martin Gottfried, 80, American drama critic and biographer, complications from pneumonia.
- Jaek Young Han, 35, South Korean musician, suicide by jumping.
- Frank Jobe, 88, American orthopedic surgeon, invented Tommy John surgery.
- Jojon, 66, Indonesian comedian, complications of cardiovascular disease.
- Joe Lane, 78, American politician, member of the Arizona House of Representatives (1979–1989), Speaker (1987–1989), Parkinson’s disease.
- Sheila MacRae, 93, English-born American actress (The Honeymooners).
- Jagat Singh Mehta, 91, Indian diplomat and author, Foreign Secretary (1976–1979), High Commissioner to Tanzania (1970–1974).
- Martin Nesbitt, 67, American politician, member of the North Carolina Senate (2004–2014), stomach cancer.
- Luis Rentería, 25, Panamanian footballer (Tauro), lupus.
- Manlio Sgalambro, 89, Italian philosopher and writer.
- Vadim Stark, 69, Russian founder of the Nabokov Museum.
- Marion Stein, 87, British pianist.
5 March 2014
- Geoff Edwards, 83, American game show host (Starcade, Treasure Hunt) and actor (Petticoat Junction), complications from pneumonia.
- Booto Guylain, 29, South African mixed martial arts fighter, injuries received in a bout.
- Vitaly Kovalenko, 66, Russian chess composer.
- Helen Tartar, 60, American editorial director (Fordham University Press), traffic collision.
4 March 2014
- László Fekete, 59, Hungarian footballer.
- Mark Freidkin, 60, Russian writer.
- Lawrence Patrick Henry, 79, South African Roman Catholic prelate, Auxiliary Bishop (1987–1990) and Archbishop of Cape Town (1990–2009).
- Kurt Chew-Een Lee, 87, American military officer, first Asian-American officer in the Marine Corps, recipient of the Navy Cross.
- Daniel Moscowitz, 59, American Chabad Rabbi, complications from gall bladder surgery.
- Maja Petrin, 41, Croatian television and stage actress, heart failure.
- William R. Pogue, 84, American astronaut (Skylab) and Air Force pilot (Thunderbirds).
- Marilyn Riseman, 86, American fashion designer and socialite, pancreatic cancer.
- Wu Tianming, 74, Chinese film director and producer, heart attack.
3 March 2014
- Robert Ashley, 84, American composer.
- Stan Rickaby, 89, English footballer (West Bromwich Albion).
- Billy Robinson, 74, British wrestler.
- Don Shows, 75, American football coach.
- Joab Thomas, 81, American educator, President of Pennsylvania State University and University of Alabama, Chancellor of North Carolina State University.
- Aino-Maija Tikkanen, 86, Finnish actress (The Harvest Month, Mother of Mine), recipient of the Order of the Lion of Finland (1983).
2 March 2014
- Ryhor Baradulin, 79, Belarusian poet.
- César Barrientos Pellecer, 61, Guatemalan judge, Justice of the Supreme Court (since 2009), suicide by gunshot.
- Alexander Belinsky, 85, Russian theatre director, People’s Artist of Russia.
- Molly Bobak, 92, Canadian war artist, recipient of the Order of Canada (1995).
- Bhuvnesh Chaturvedi, 85, Indian politician, Minister of State (1993–1996), MP for Kota (1978–1996), Rajasthan MLA for Kota (1972–1977).
- Porky Chedwick, 96, American radio announcer.
- Jap Chong, 71, Singaporean musician, heart attack.
- Chung Chi-yung, 94, Chinese Hong Kong educator, co-founder of Shue Yan College.
- Gerry Collins, 57, Irish anti-smoking campaigner and football player (Kilmacud Crokes GAA), lung cancer.
- Jacob Jervell, 88, Norwegian theologian, priest and author.
- Justin Kaplan, 88, American biographer, winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Biography or Autobiography (1967), Parkinson’s disease.
- Benjamin Lambert, 77, American politician, member of the Virginia House of Delegates (1978–1986) and Senate (1986–2008).
1 March 2014
- Lou Abrahams, 86, Australian yachtsman, two-time winner of the Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race. (death announced on this date)
- Khondker Mahbubuddin Ahmed, 89, Bangladeshi politician, MP for Dhaka (2001–2011).
- Nancy Charest, 54, Canadian politician, Quebec MNA for Matane (2003–2007).
- Emilio Di Guida, 50, Venezuelan race car driver, suspected heart attack.
- Zdeněk Hajný, 72, Czech artist.
- Eckart Höfling, 77, German Catholic priest and missionary.
- Ronnie Kaplan, 87, American racing team owner and designer (Trans-Am Series).
- Bangaru Laxman, 74, Indian politician, President of the Bharatiya Janata Party (2000–2001), cardiac arrest.
- Phil Munroe, 91, American baseball coach (Cal State Northridge Matadors).
- Arnstein Øverkil, 76, Norwegian politician. (death announced on this date)
- Wally Pryor, 86, American sports announcer (Texas Longhorns), Alzheimer’s disease.
- Alain Resnais, 91, French film director (Night and Fog, Hiroshima mon amour).
- Tommy Ed Roberts, 73, American politician, member of the Alabama House of Representatives (1974–1978) and Senate (1994–2006).
- Robert L. Spencer, 94, American fashion designer, heart attack.
- Paul Tant, 68, Belgian politician, Mayor of Kruishoutem (1977–2009).