Deaths in November 2000
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The following is a list of notable deaths in November 2000.
Entries for each day are listed alphabetically by surname. A typical entry lists information in the following sequence:
- Name, age, country of citizenship at birth, subsequent country of citizenship (if applicable), reason for notability, cause of death (if known), and reference.
- Bernard Erhard, 66, American actor.
- Howard P. Anderson, 85, Virginia attorney and Democratic Party politician.
- George Armstrong, 56, English football player and coach, brain haemorrhage.
- Sally Elizabeth Carlson, 104, American mathematician.
- David Crook, 90, British-born Communist activist and spy.
- Bernard Erhard, 66, American actor.
- Steve Evans, 58, American motorsports broadcaster.
- Platon Kornyljak, 80, Ukrainian-born German Greek-Catholic hierarch, Apostolic Exarch in Germany and Scandinavia for the Ukrainians (1959–1996).
- Ruth I. Michler, 33, American-born German mathematician, traffic accident.
- Eddie Collins Jr., 83, American baseball player.
- Eva Morris, 114, British supercentenarian, oldest person in the world.
- Sue Ryder, 76, British charity founder.
- Bob Bryant, 82, American football player.
- Charles F. Hockett, 84, American linguist.
- Robert Sherlaw Johnson, 68, British composer and musicologist.
- Shaheed Aga Syed Mehdi, 41, Indian Shia leader and social activist, assassinated.
- George Vandeman, 84, American evangelist and broadcaster.
- Mary Hunter Wolf, American theatre director and producer.
- Victor Grinich, 75, American businessman and a pioneer in the semiconductor industry.
- John Reynolds, 77, American physicist.
- Ian Sneddon, 80, Scottish mathematician.
- Stephanie Lawrence, 50, British Singer & Actress
- Etienne Aigner, 95, Austrian-born American fashion designer.
- David Brower, 88, American environmentalist.
- Jimmie Davis, 101, American singer, songwriter and politician (Governor of Louisiana).
- Petar Dertliev, 84, Bulgarian politician.
- Amalia Hernández, 83, Mexican ballet choreographer.
- Willard Marshall, 79, American baseball player.
- Roger Peyrefitte, 93, French writer and diplomat.
- Harry Taylor, 81, American baseball player.
- Eddy Bruma, 75, Surinamese politician, lawyer and writer, injuries sustained during robbery.
- Herbert Brün, 82, German composer and pioneer of electronic and computer music.
- John McPhail, 76, Scottish football player.
- L. Sprague de Camp, 92, American writer.
- Jim Hutchinson, 103, English cricketer and centenarian.
- C. Subramaniam, 90, Indian politician.
- Ingrid of Sweden, 90, Queen consort of Frederick IX of Denmark.
- John Levitow, 55, US Air Force Loadmaster, cancer.
- Marc Lifschey, 74, American oboist, bone marrow disorder.
- Dick Morrissey, 60, British jazz musician and composer, cancer.
- Faris Odeh, 14, Palestinian boy demonstrator, shot by the Israel Defense Forces.
- Józef Pińkowski, 71, Prime Minister of Poland.
- Svetlana Kana Radević, 62, Montenegrin architect.
- Jan van der Vaart, 69, Dutch ceramist.
- Chiyonosuke Azuma, 74, Japanese actor and dancer.
- Michel Demaret, 60, Belgian politician.
- Sherwood Johnston, 73, American racing driver.
- James B. Knighten, 80, African-Americans US Army Air Corps pilot.
- Eric Morley, 82, British TV host.
- Eddie Nawgu, Nigerian self-proclaimed "prophet of God" and Occult practitioner.
- Hugh Paddick, 85, English actor (BBC radio show Round the Horne).
- Kevin Shegog, 67, Australian country music singer, complications of a stroke.
- Adamantios Androutsopoulos, 81, Greek lawyer and politician, Prime Minister (1973-1974),.
- Jacques Chaban-Delmas, 85, French Gaullist politician (Prime Minister of France).
- Alan Tyson, 74, British musicologist.
- Sir Alun Davies, 87, Welsh public servant.
- William Harris, 6th Earl of Malmesbury, 92, British aristocrat and Lord Lieutenant of Hampshire.
- Josef Schaupper, 37, Austrian deaf alpine skier who was killed in the Kaprun disaster.
- John Bury, 75, British set designer, costume designer and lighting designer.
- Eugene Antonio Marino, 66, American Roman Catholic prelate.
- Leah Rabin, 72, widow of Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin.
- Harold Walker, 82, English cricketer.
- Gheorghe Ghimpu, 63, Romanian politician and a political prisoner, traffic accident.
- Audrey Stubbart, 105, American centenarian.
- Jim Wise, 81, American musical composer.
- Len Gabrielson, 85, American baseball player.
- Pietro Rimoldi, 89, Italian cyclist.
- Robert Trout, 91, American broadcast news reporter.
- Ju-Chin Chu, 80, Chinese American chemical engineer.
- G. V. Desani, 91, British-Indian novelist, poet, and social commentator.
- Harald Fischer, 68, German chiropractor who worked for a charity in Palestine, Israeli missile attack.
- Bernard Gadney, 91, English rugby player.
- Oscar Kempthorne, 81, British statistician and geneticist.
- Ranjit Maharaj, 87, Indian spiritual teacher.
- Rinaldo Martino, 79, Italian Argentine soccer player.
- Harry Webb, 92, Australian politician).
- Simon Wigg, 40, English speedway, grasstrack and longtrack rider, brain tumour.
- Russ Conway, 75, English popular music pianist.
- Josef Ertl, 75, German politician, complications from severe burn injuries.
- Joe C., 26, American rapper, hype man and musician, complications from celiac disease.
- Ahmet Kaya, 43, Turkish folk singer, heart attack.
- DJ Screw, 29, American DJ and rapper, codeine overdose.
- Hosea Williams, 74, American civil rights leader, activist, scientist, and politician.
- Paul W. Brown, 85, American lawyer.
- Edith DeVoe, 79, American nurse, lung cancer.
- Francis Jennings, American historian.
- Louis Néel, 95, French physicist.
- Bim Sherman, 50, Jamaican musician.
- Hubert Miller, 82, American bobsledder.
- Emin Sabitoglu, 63, Azerbaijani film music composer.
- Kim Spalding, 84, American actor.
- George Cosmas Adyebo, 53, Ugandan politician and economist, cancer.
- Jeaffreson Greswell, 84, British Royal Air Force officer.
- Max Hooper, 74, Australian politician.
- Charles Ruff, 61, American lawyer, heart attack.
- James Russell Wiggins, 96, United States Ambassador to the United Nations.
- Morris Barry, 82, British television producer.
- Mike Muuss, 42, American computer programmer (computer network administration software utility Ping).
- Bryce Poe II, 76, American Air Force general.
- Sir Cyril Clarke, 93, British physician, geneticist and entomologist, former President of the Royal College of Physicians.
- Ernest Lluch, 63, Spanish politician killed by ETA.
- Zygmunt Gadecki, 62, Polish footballer.
- Carlos Cardoso, Mozambican journalist.
- Jack Dyson, 66, British cricketer and footballer.
- Alick Jeffrey, 61, English footballer.
- Christian Marquand, 73, French director, actor and screenwriter.
- Emil Zátopek, 78, Czechoslovakian Olympic runner (won three gold medals at the 1952 Summer Olympics and one gold and one silver medal at the 1948 Summer Olympics).
- Florence Bell, 87, British scientist.
- Elma Mitchell, 81, British poet.
- Bobby Sheen, 59, American rhythm and blues singer, pneumonia.
- Rayner Unwin, 74, British publisher.
- Conrad Voss Bark, 87, British writer and journalist.
- Félix Erviti Barcelona, 90, Spanish Roman Catholic priest.
- Carla Capponi, 81, Italian partisan and politician.
- Mel Lindquist, 89, American engineer.
- Paul Lyneham, 55, Australian journalist and commentator and television presenter, lung cancer.
- Harley Warrick, 76, American barn painter, aneurysm.
- Mohammad Aslam Watanjar, Afghan general and politician.
- Hugh Alexander, 83, American professional baseball player and scout.
- Frederick Cass, 87, Canadian politician.
- Sir Florizel Glasspole, 91, Jamaican Governor-General.
- Austin Rawlinson, 98, British swimmer.
- James Murdoch Austin, 85, New Zealand-American meteorologist.
- Ralph Bates, 101, British novelist.
- Paddy Donegan, 77, Irish politician.
- Zentaro Kosaka, 88, Japanese politician, renal failure.
- Anne Barton, 76, American actress.
- Sir Malcolm Bradbury, 68, British author and literary critic.
- Clara Chiano, 79, American professional baseball player (All-American Girls Professional Baseball League).
- Willie Cunningham, 75, Scottish footballer.
- Len Shackleton, 78, English footballer ("Clown Prince of Soccer").
- Dorothy Woolfolk, 87, American comic-book editor.
- Robert Bentley, 93, American animator.
- Henry B. González, 84, American Democratic politician (United States House of Representatives member from the state of Texas from 1961 to 1999).
- Liane Haid, 105, Austrian actress.
- Heinrich Schmidt, 88, German nazi physician and member of the SS.
- Lou Groza, 76, American football player (Cleveland Browns) and member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
- Sir William Henderson, 87, Scottish veterinarian.
- Ilmar Laaban, 78, Estonian poet and publicist.
- Olga Bogaevskaya, 85, Russian Soviet painter and graphic artist.
- Kiyotaka Katsuta, 52, Japanese serial killer and thief, execution by hanging.
- Ansumane Mané, Bissau-Guinean soldier and rebel, assassinated.
- Eloise Jarvis McGraw, 84, American author.
- Scott Smith, 45, Canadian bassist (Loverboy), drowned.
- "Eddie Collins". Baseball-Reference.com. Retrieved December 29, 2018.
- Gaither, Victor (November 11, 2000). "Victor Grinich, 75, Co-Founder Of Upstart Electronics Company". The New York Times. Retrieved December 19, 2018.
- Saxon, Wolfgang (November 20, 2000). "John Hamilton Reynolds, 77; Improved Study of Cosmic Ages". The New York Times. Retrieved December 21, 2018.
- Severo, Richard (November 7, 2000). "David Brower, an Aggressive Champion Of U.S. Environmentalism, Is Dead at 88". The New York Times. Retrieved December 19, 2018.
- Severo, Richard (November 6, 2000). "Jimmie Davis, Louisiana's Singing Governor, Is Dead". The New York Times. Retrieved December 19, 2018.
- "Willard Marshall". Baseball-Reference.com. Retrieved December 29, 2018.
- Riding, Alan (November 8, 2000). "Roger Peyrefitte, French Writer, Dies at 93". The New York Times. Retrieved December 19, 2018.
- Ulrey, Adam. "Harry Taylor". Society for American Baseball Research. Retrieved December 29, 2018.
- Saxon, Wolfgang (November 16, 2000). "Herbert Brun, 82, Composer; Melded Electronics With Music". The New York Times. Retrieved December 19, 2018.
- Pace, Eric (November 11, 2000). "L. S. de Camp, 92, Author Of Over 100 Fantasy Novels". The New York Times. Retrieved December 19, 2018.
- Williamson, Martin. "Jim Hutchinson". ESPNcricinfo. Retrieved January 4, 2019.
- Dixon, Stephen (November 12, 2000). "Hugh Paddick: Versatile actor with a repertory from radio comedy to Brecht". The Guardian. Retrieved December 19, 2018.
- Daley, Suzanne (November 13, 2000). "Jacques Chaban-Delmas, 85, a Left-Wing Gaullist, Dies". The New York Times. Retrieved December 20, 2018.
- O'Brien, Timothy (November 14, 2000). "John Bury: Set designer whose energy brought flamboyance and originality to the theatre". The Guardian. Retrieved December 20, 2018.
- Greenberg, Joel (November 13, 2000). "Leah Rabin, Israeli First Lady and Peace Advocate, Dies at 72". The New York Times. Retrieved December 20, 2018.
- "Len Gabrielson". Baseball-Reference.com. Retrieved December 29, 2018.
- 2000-11-15. "Robert Trout, Known as the 'Iron Man' of Broadcast Journalism, Dies at 91". The New York Times. Retrieved December 14, 2018.CS1 maint: numeric names: authors list (link)
- Saxon, Wolfgang (November 24, 2000). "Dr. Louis Neel, 95, Physicist; Studied Aspects of Magnetism". The New York Times. Retrieved December 20, 2018.
- Stroh, Michael (November 25, 2000). "Michael John Muuss, 42, computer expert whose software had key role in Internet". The Baltimore Sun. Retrieved December 20, 2018.
- "Jack Dyson". ESPNcricinfo. Retrieved January 4, 2019.
- Bergan, Ronald (December 1, 2000). "Christian Marquand: Multilingual actor famed for screen frolic with Brigitte Bardot". The Guardian. Retrieved December 20, 2018.
- "Emil ZÁTOPEK TCH". International Olympic Committee. Retrieved January 23, 2019.
- Goldstein, Richard (November 29, 2000). "Hugh Alexander, 83, a Scout For the Next Stars of Baseball". The New York Times. Retrieved December 20, 2018.
- "Anne Barton; Actress in Film, TV and Theater". Los Angeles Times. December 7, 2000. Retrieved December 16, 2018.
- All-American Girls Professional Baseball League – Clara Chiano
- "Len Shackleton: Gifted inside-forward whose maverick approach limited his England success". The Guardian. November 28, 2000. Retrieved December 20, 2018.
- Tippens, Norman (December 6, 2000). "DOROTHY WOOLFOLK, SUPERMAN EDITOR". Daily Press. Newport News, Virginia. Retrieved December 20, 2018.
- Marquis, Christopher (November 29, 2000). "Henry Gonzalez, 84; Served 37 Years in House". The New York Times. Retrieved December 20, 2018.
- Uhelszki, Jaan (December 4, 2000). "Loverboy Bassist Scott Smith Missing, Presumed Dead". Rolling Stone. Retrieved December 20, 2018.