Deaths in July 2003
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The following is a list of notable deaths in July 2003.
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.
- John Bissell Carroll, 87, American psychologist.
- Herbie Mann, 73, crossover jazz and bossa nova flutist.
- Wesley Mouzon, 75, professional boxer, beat Bob Montgomery.
- N!xau, 58, Namibian actor and bushman (The Gods Must Be Crazy).
- George Roper, 69, English comedian.
- Ivan Allen Jr., 92, American businessman and 52nd mayor of Atlanta.
- Franklin Farrell, 95, American Olympic ice hockey player (silver medal winner in men's ice hockey at the 1932 Winter Olympics).
- Antonio Fortich, 89, Catholic bishop and social activist.
- Najeeb Halaby, 87, American businessman, aviator, and the father of Queen Noor of Jordan.
- Julia Montgomery Walsh, 80, American businesswoman and stockbroker.
- Gaetano Alibrandi, 89, papal diplomat and Apostolic Nuncio to the Republic of Ireland.
- Harold Creighton, 75, British businessman and magazine editor.
- Vince Lloyd, 96, American radio announcer.
- Sir Charles Tidbury, 77, British brewing executive.
- Larry Burkett, 64, founder of Christian Financial Concepts.
- André Claveau, 87, French singer.
- Barry White, 58, American smooth soul singer, renal failure.
- George Ibrahim, 38, Pakistani Roman Catholic priest.
- Roman Lyashenko, 24, New York Rangers hockey player.
- Bebu Silvetti, 59, popular Argentine musician, songwriter and arranger.
- Isabelle, Countess of Paris, 91, widow of Henri, Count of Paris, pretender to the French throne.
- Buddy Ebsen, 95, American actor (The Beverly Hillbillies, Barnaby Jones, Breakfast at Tiffany's).
- Michael Hoban, 81, British headmaster.
- Kathleen Raine, 95, British poet and literary critic.
- Spec Sanders, 84, American footballer.
- Ladan and Laleh Bijani, 29, Iranian conjoined twins.
- Paul Brand, 88, British surgeon.
- Duncan Clark, 88, Scottish hammer thrower.
- Eberhard Blum, 84, former head of the German Federal Intelligence Bureau (BND).
- Joe Cobbold, 76, English greyhound trainer.
- Josephine Jacobsen, 94, American poet, short story writer and essayist.
- Alvin Alcorn, 90, American New Orleans jazz trumpeter.
- John Purdell, 44, American musician and record producer, cancer.
- Hartley Shawcross, Baron Shawcross, 101, Britain's chief prosecutor at the Nuremberg Trials.
- Manuel Vasques, 76, Portuguese footballer.
- Zahra Kazemi, 55, Iran-born Canadian journalist, death by torture.
- Dorothy Canning Miller, 99, American art curator.
- Robert Gascoyne-Cecil, 6th Marquess of Salisbury, 86, British aristocrat and politician.
- Ken Whyld, 77, British chess author.
- Benny Carter, 95, American jazz pioneer.
- Ingeborg de Beausacq, 93, American photographer.
- Roger Freeman, 51, British rally driver, motor race accident.
- Mark Lovell, 43, British rally driver, motor race accident.
- Alpha L. Bowser, 92, US Marine Corps lieutenant general.
- Kadawedduwe Jinavamsa Mahathera, 96, Sri Lankan Buddhist monk.
- Jim Quinlan, 81, American basketball player.
- Eileen Rodgers, 73, American singer and Broadway performer.
- Compay Segundo, 95, Cuban musician and star of the Buena Vista Social Club, kidney failure.
- K Bhogishayana, 77, Indian educator.
- Leela Chitnis, 93, Indian actress.
- Morrissey Johnson, 70, Canadian politician, motor vehicle collision with a moose.
- Rubén Marino Navarro, 70, Argentine football player.
- Louis Robertshaw, 90, American football player and lieutenant general in the US Marine Corps, cancer.
- John Scholes, 53, Australian cricketer and coach, heart attack.
- Rajendra Singh, 81, fourth head of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS).
- Judith Hare, Countess of Listowel, 100, Hungarian-born British writer and aristocrat.
- John Richard Hyde, 90, Canadian soldier and politician.
- Tex Schramm, 83, former Dallas Cowboys president and general manager.
- Alexander Walker, 73, British film critic.
- Captain James Kelly, 73, Irish Army officer.
- Carol Shields, 68, Canadian author.
- Celia Cruz, 77, Cuban salsa singer.
- Pat Fillingham, 89, English test pilot for the de Havilland company.
- Ferenc Gömbös, 59, Hungarian politician, car accident.
- Dr. David Kelly, 59, British scientist and weapons expert, suicide.
- Rosalyn Tureck, 89, American pianist and harpsichordist.
- Brad Rone, 35, American boxer, injuries sustained in boxing.
- Jane Barbe, 74, phone company voiceover.
- Bill Bright, 81, American evangelical Christian and founder of Campus Crusade for Christ.
- Pierre Graber, 94, member of the Swiss Federal Council (1970–1978).
- Vic Vargas, 64, Filipino actor.
- Lauri Aus, 32, Estonian racing cyclist, struck on bicycle by drunk driver.
- Nicolas Freeling, 76, British crime writer.
- Ángel Felicísimo Rojas, 93, Ecuadorian writer.
- Walter M. "Matt" Jefferies, 81, American art director (Star Trek series); designer of the Starship Enterprise.
- John Davies, 65, president of the New Zealand Olympic Committee.
- Tim Hemensley, 31, Australian singer & bass guitarist, heroin overdose.
- Uday Hussein, 39, eldest son of Saddam Hussein, shot dead by US troops.
- Qusay Hussein, 37, second son of Saddam Hussein, shot dead by US troops.
- Norman Lewis, 95, British travel writer.
- Serge Silberman, 86, French film producer.
- Sheila Bromley, 91, American television and film actress.
- James E. Davis, 42, New York City councilman, shot.
- Speedy Thomas, 56, American football player.
- Florence Vale, 94, Canadian visual artist.
- Dame Ella Campbell, 92, New Zealand botanist.
- Božidar Drenovac, 81, Serbian football player and manager.
- Colin R. McMillan, 67, nominee for United States Secretary of the Navy.
- Ludwig Bölkow, 91, German airplane engineer.
- John Schlesinger, 77, English film director (Midnight Cowboy, Marathon Man, Sunday Bloody Sunday).
- Erik Brann, 52, Iron Butterfly guitarist.
- Richard Wayne Dirksen, 82, composer, former organist-choirmaster Washington National Cathedral.
- John Higham, 82, American historian.
- Lajos von Sipeki-von Balás, 89, Hungarian Olympic modern pentathlete.
- Vance Hartke, 84, former United States Senator from Indiana.
- Henning Holck-Larsen, 96, Danish engineer and entrepreneur.
- Bob Hope, 100, British-born American comedian and actor, pneumonia.
- Benjamin Munson, 87, American physician.
- Gladys Edgerly Bates, 107, American sculptor.
- True Eames Boardman, 93, American actor and scriptwriter.
- Valerie, Lady Goulding, 84, Irish Senator & disability rights campaigner.
- Greg Guidry, 49, American singer-songwriter, suicide.
- Noite Ilustrada, 75, Brazilian singer-songwriter and guitarist.
- Samuel Oschin, 89, Los Angeles entrepreneur and philanthropist.
- E.B. Cox, 89, Canadian sculptor.
- Luther Henderson, 84, American arranger, composer, and pianist.
- Tex McCrary, 92, American journalist and public relations specialist.
- Foday Sankoh, 65, Sierra Leonean rebel leader, complications following a stroke.
- Sir Gerard Vaughan, 80, British politician.
- Johnny Walker, 76, Indian actor.
- Howard Armstrong, 94, American string band and country blues musician.
- Fred Cherry, 77, American activist.
- Steve Hislop, 41, Scottish motorcycle racer, helicopter accident.
- Mendel L. Peterson, 85, American archeologist and former curator at the Smithsonian Institution.
- Sam Phillips, 80, American record producer.
- Edward P. Alexander, 96, American historian, heart ailment.
- Sardar Muhammad Ibrahim Khan, 88, Pakistani politician, first President of Azad Kashmir.
- Frank Farrel, III, Sports-Reference / Olympic Sports
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