Deaths in February 2014

This page (deaths in February 2014) provide information of all the notable people deaths in February 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. -

28 February 2014

  • Guy Alexandre, 68, Haitian diplomat, Ambassador to the Dominican Republic (1995–2003), heart attack.
  • Rostislav Belyakov, 94, Russian aircraft designer (MiG-29, MiG-31).
  • Kevon Carter, 30, Trinidadian footballer, suspected heart attack.
  • Lawrence Connor, 88, American journalist and editor (The Indianapolis Star).
  • Hugo Brandt Corstius, 78, Dutch author.
  • Janamaddhi Hanamachhaastri, 90, Indian author.
  • Robert Holliday, 81, American politician, member of the West Virginia House of Delegates (1962–1968) and Senate (1966–1970, 1980–1996).
  • Lee Lorch, 98, American desegregation activist.
  • Michio Mado, 104, Japanese poet.
  • Laurence O’Dwyer, 77, American stage actor, Helen Hayes Award winner (2010).
  • Terry Rand, 79, American basketball player (Marquette Warriors), second round NBA draft pick (1956), heart attack.
  • Karl Anton Rickenbacher, 73, Swiss conductor, heart attack.
  • C. R. Simha, 71, Indian actor and director, prostate cancer.
  • Gib Singleton, 78, American sculptor.
  • James Tague, 77, American writer, key witness to the assassination of John F. Kennedy.
  • Bryan Whyte, 34, Scottish darts player, traffic collision.

27 February 2014

  • Jan Hoet, 77, Belgian art critic and curator, heart attack.
  • Huber Matos, 95, Cuban dissident, activist and writer, heart attack.
  • Richard Sacher, 71, Czech politician, Interior Minister (1989–1990).

26 February 2014

  • Dezső Novák, 75, Hungarian Olympic champion football player (1964, 1968) and coach.
  • Gordon Nutt, 81, English footballer (Coventry City).
  • Michael Taylor, 47, American convicted murderer, execution by lethal injection.
  • Fumio Yamamoto, 79, Japanese news presenter, alveolar hemorrhage.

25 February 2014

24 February 2014

  • Neil Harrison, 64, Canadian curler, world champion (1983, 1990).
  • Hamid Nawaz Khan, Pakistani general, Interior Minister (2007–2008), Defence Secretary (2001–2005).
  • Harold Ramis, 69, American film director (Caddyshack, Groundhog Day) and actor (Ghostbusters), vasculitis.
  • Carlos Páez Vilaró, 90, Uruguayan artist.

23 February 2014

  • G. Bhuvaraghan, 86, Indian politician.
  • Alice Herz-Sommer, 110, Czech-born British supercentenarian, world’s oldest Holocaust survivor, subject of The Lady in Number 6.
  • Samuel Sheinbein, 34, American-Israeli convicted murderer, shot.

22 February 2014

  • Zsuzsa Csala, 80, Hungarian actress.
  • Charlotte Dawson, 47, New Zealand-born Australian television personality, suicide by hanging.
  • Sir Richard Ground, 63, British judge and jurist, Chief Justice of the Turks and Caicos (1998–2004) and Bermuda (2004–2012).
  • Leo Vroman, 98, Dutch-American hematologist, poet and illustrator.

21 February 2014

20 February 2014

  • Walter D. Ehlers, 92, American World War II veteran, Medal of Honor recipient.
  • Reghu Kumar, 60, Indian composer.
  • Jorge Polaco, 67, Argentine filmmaker (En el nombre del hijo, Kindergarten, Siempre es difícil volver a casa)

19 February 2014

18 February 2014

  • Isaiah Balat, 62, Nigerian politician, Senator for Kaduna South (2003–2007).
  • Yudhistir Das, 93, Indian politician, Odisha MLA for Kissan Nagar (1990–2000), Speaker of the Legislative Assembly (1990–1995).
  • Nelson Frazier, Jr., 43, American professional wrestler (Mabel, Viscera, Big Daddy V); heart attack.
  • Mavis Gallant, 91, Canadian writer, Companion of the Order of Canada (1993).
  • Kristof Goddaert, 27, Belgian professional cyclist, traffic collision.
  • Bernd Noske, 67, German musician (Birth Control).
  • Michael Peterson, 72, American politician, member of the Kansas House of Representatives (1979–1990; since 2005).
  • Arthur Rowley, 80, English footballer (Liverpool). (death announced on this date)
  • Nikhil Baran Sengupta, 70, Indian art director, production designer and actor.
  • Margarita Stāraste-Bordevīka, 100, Russian-born Latvian author of children’s books.

17 February 2014

16 February 2014

  • Uwe Berger, 85, German writer.
  • Ron Casey, 61, American politician, member of the Missouri House of Representatives (2004–2012), complications from a fall.
  • Robert J. Conley, 73, American Cherokee author.
  • Eisenhower Tree, 100–125, American loblolly pine (Augusta National Golf Club), damage from ice storm. (death announced on this date)
  • Ken Farragut, 85, American football player (Philadelphia Eagles), complications from diabetes.
  • Raymond Louis Kennedy, 67, American singer-songwriter, musician and producer.
  • Mansour Koushan, 65, Iranian-born Norwegian novelist, poet and playwright.
  • Charlie Kraak, 81, American basketball player (Indiana University).
  • Gert Krawinkel, 66, German musician (Trio).
  • Jaroslav Krejčí Jr., 98, Czech politician, lawyer and sociologist.
  • Emmet G. Lavery, Jr., 86, American television executive and producer, natural causes.
  • Parasram Maderna, 87, Indian politician, Rajasthan MLA for Jodhpur (1957–2003), respiratory failure.
  • Jimmy Murakami, 80, American animator and film director (When the Wind Blows).
  • Michele Savoia, 55, American fashion designer. (body discovered on this date)

15 February 2014

  • Corrado Benedetti, 57, Italian footballer.
  • Herbert Blöcker, 71, German Olympic equestrian (1992), cancer.
  • Cliff Bole, 76, American television director (MacGyver, The Six Million Dollar Man, Star Trek: The Next Generation).
  • Federico Campbell, 72, Mexican writer, stroke following influenza.
  • Mary Grace Canfield, 89, American actress (Green Acres, Bewitched, General Hospital), lung cancer.
  • Jamie Coots, 41, American pastor and snake handler, snakebite.
  • Robert Descharnes, 88, French photographer and filmmaker.
  • Jean-Marie Géhu, 83, French botanist.
  • Hans Gericke, 101, German architect and urban planner.
  • Steven Dale Green, 28, American war criminal, participant in the Mahmudiyah killings, suicide by hanging.
  • Fanni Gyarmati, 101, Hungarian language teacher, recipient of the Order of Merit (2009).
  • Angelo Henderson, 51, American journalist (The Wall Street Journal) and radio personality (WCHB), recipient of the Pulitzer Prize for Feature Writing (1999).
  • Jim Lacy, 87, American basketball player (Loyola University), melanoma.
  • Christopher Malcolm, 67, Scottish actor (The Empire Strikes Back, Highlander, The Rocky Horror Show).
  • Horst Rechelbacher, 72, Austrian-born American business executive, founder of Aveda, pancreatic cancer.
  • Enyu Valchev, 78, Bulgarian Olympic medalist freestyle wrestler (1960, 1964, 1968).
  • Dénes Zsigmondy, 91, Hungarian classical violinist and music educator.

14 February 2014

  • Francisco José Arnáiz Zarandona, 88, Spanish-born Dominican Roman Catholic prelate, Auxiliary Bishop of Santo Domingo (1988–2002).
  • James Condon, 90, Australian actor.
  • Sir Tom Finney, 91, English footballer (Preston North End).
  • Jim Fregosi, 71, American baseball player (California Angels) and manager (Philadelphia Phillies), complications from a stroke.
  • John Henson, 48, American puppeteer (The Muppets, Sweetums), heart attack.
  • Benny Reynolds, 77, American rodeo performer, PRCA All-Around Cowboy Champion (1961), heart attack.
  • Patrick Scott, 93, Irish artist.
  • Mike Stepovich, 94, American politician, Governor of the Territory of Alaska (1957–1958), head injury following a fall.

13 February 2014

12 February 2014

  • Luigi Balzarini, 78, Italian footballer.
  • Sid Caesar, 91, American Emmy-winning comedian and actor (Your Show of Shows, Grease, It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World).
  • Maggie Estep, 50, American poet and writer, cardiac arrest.
  • Santiago Feliú, 51, Cuban singer-songwriter, heart attack.
  • Jean-Louis Giasson, 74, Canadian-born Honduran Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Yoro (2005–2014).
  • Josef Röhrig, 88, German footballer (Köln).

11 February 2014

10 February 2014

  • Vyacheslav Apanasenko, 66, Russian rear admiral, Chief of the GRAU (until 2003), suicide by gunshot.
  • Els Borst, 81, Dutch politician, Deputy Prime Minister (1998–2002).
  • Stuart Hall, 82, Jamaican-born British cultural theorist.
  • Nenad Lukić, 45, Serbian footballer (Obilić).
  • Albin W. Norblad, 74, American jurist, judge of the Oregon circuit courts.

9 February 2014

8 February 2014

7 February 2014

  • S. M. H. Burney, 90, Indian civil servant.
  • Hasjrul Harahap, 82, Indonesian government official, Minister of Forestry (1993–1998).
  • Daniel J. Harrington, 73, American Jesuit priest, biblical scholar and professor (Boston College), cancer.
  • Georgina Henry, 53, British journalist, deputy editor of The Guardian (1995–2006), sinus cancer.
  • Murray Mendenhall, Jr., 88, American basketball player (Anderson Packers) and coach.
  • Doug Mohns, 80, Canadian ice hockey player (Boston Bruins, Chicago Black Hawks).
  • Nico Nicolaiewsky, 56, Brazilian musician and comedian, complications due to acute leukemia.
  • J. Mack Robinson, 90, American businessman and philanthropist.
  • Tado, 39, Filipino comedian, traffic collision.
  • Thee Kian Wie, 78, Indonesian economist (LIPI).

6 February 2014

  • Vasil’ Biľak, 96, Czechoslovak politician, Secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party (1968–1988).
  • Cornelius Botha, 81, South African politician, Administrator of Natal Province (1990–1994), heart failure.
  • Ralph Kiner, 91, American Hall of Fame baseball player (Pittsburgh Pirates) and announcer (New York Mets), natural causes.
  • Tōru Mori, 78, Japanese baseball player, hepatocellular carcinoma.
  • David Robertson, 70, British Formula One driver manager (Jenson Button, Kimi Räikkönen) and Formula 3 Team owner (Double R Racing).
  • Vaçe Zela, 74, Albanian singer and guitarist, Merited Artist of Albania (1973), People’s Artist of Albania (1977).

5 February 2014

  • Joop Ave, 79, Indonesian government official, Minister of Tourism, Post, and Telecommunication (1993–1998).
  • Carlos Borges, 82, Uruguayan footballer.
  • Richard Hayman, 93, American conductor (St. Louis Symphony).
  • Darryl Robinson, 50, American mixologist. (body discovered on this date)
  • Tzeni Vanou, 74, Greek singer, cancer.

4 February 2014

  • Keith Allen, 90, Canadian ice hockey player.
  • Dennis Lota, 40, Zambian footballer.
  • Ştefan Stoica, 40, Romanian politician, Senator (2012–2014), cancer.
  • Wu Ma, 71, Chinese-born Hong Kong actor and director, lung cancer.

3 February 2014

  • Rosendo Álvarez Gastón, 87, Spanish Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Almeria (1989–2002).
  • Oscar Gonzalez, 23, Mexican Super Bantamweight and Featherweight boxing contender, injuries sustained in a bout.
  • Mircea Grosaru, 61, Romanian politician, MP (2000–2014) and jurist, cardiac arrest.
  • Max Howell, 86, Australian educator and rugby union player, cancer.
  • Joan Mondale, 83, American arts advocate, Second Lady of the United States (1977-1981).
  • Barry Rubin, 64, American-born Israeli academic and writer, cancer.

2 February 2014

  • Karl Erik Bøhn, 48, Norwegian teacher, team handball player and coach, leukemia.
  • Keith Bradshaw, 74, Welsh rugby union player.
  • Eduardo Coutinho, 80, Brazilian film director, stabbed.
  • Philip Seymour Hoffman, 46, American actor (Capote, The Master, Doubt) and director (Jack Goes Boating), winner of Academy Award for Best Actor (2005), suspected heroin overdose.
  • Luis Raúl, 51, American Puerto Rican actor and comedian, bilateral pneumonia.
  • Yves Ryan, 85, Canadian politician, Mayor of Montreal North (1963–2001), heart disease.
  • Alfredo Sinclair, 98, Panamanian artist, heart failure.
  • Nigel Walker, 54, English footballer.

1 February 2014

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