Monday, 31 December 2018

Ted Urness, Canadian football player, Died at 81

Harold Edward "Ted" Urness was born on June 23, 1937, and died on December 29, 2018.

He was a football offensive lineman for the Saskatchewan Roughriders from 1961 to 1970.

He played in three Gray Cups for the Roughriders, winning one out of 1966, the 54th Gray Cup against the Ottawa Rough Riders, losing two, the 55th Gray Cup of 1967 against the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, and the 57th Gray Cup of 1969 against Ottawa once more.

With the exception of his new kid on the block year, he and the Roughriders never missed the playoffs.

He was an All-Star focus six years in succession and was accepted into the Canadian Football Hall of Fame in 1989.

After he left as a player, Ted served as the Chairman for the Saskatchewan Liquor Control Board, and long serving General Manager for Redhead Equipment in Saskatoon.

Ted Urness passed away at 81 years old.

Don Lusk, American animator and director, Died at 105

Donald Lusk was born on October 28, 1913, Los Angeles County, California, and died on December 30, 2018, in San Clemente, California.

He was an American animator and director.

He was hired by The Walt Disney Company in 1933.

A few of his more popular work included Pinocchio, Fantasia, Bambi, Song of the South, Cinderella, Alice in Wonderland, Peter Pan, Lady, and the Tramp, Sleeping Beauty, and One Hundred and One Dalmatians.

He resigned from Disney in 1960 but when on to work as an animator during the 1960s and 1970s. He career lasted decades before he retired.

Don Lusk passed away at 105 years old.

Edgar Hilsenrath, German writer, Died at 92

Edgar Hilsenrath was born on April 2, 1926, in Leipzig and died on December 30, 2018. He was a German-Jewish writer living in Berlin.

Hilsenrath main works are Night, The Nazi and the Barber, and The Story of the Last Thought.

During 1938 his mom got away with her two youngsters to Siret (Sereth), in Romanian Bukovina, where they delighted in a break from oppression.

At the time that he ought to have gotten a passageway card to advanced education, he and his mom were interned in the ghetto of Cernăuţi.

Edgar Hilsenrath started to expound on the Holocaust after his freedom when he moved to Paris. He got numerous prizes for his works.

For his novel The Story of the Last Thought on the Armenian Genocide, he got the State Award in Literature of the Republic of Armenia from its leader.

Edgar Hilsenrath passed away at 92 years old.

Dick Helling, Dutch footballer, Died at 68

Dick Helling was born on September 22, 1950, and died on December 30, 2018.

He was a Dutch professional footballer.

He played in the position of midfielder.

He started his career with Telstar, and also played for Ajax, before spending 8 seasons with Volendam, for whom he scored 48 goals in 218 games in all competitions.

At Ajax in 1975, the footballer famously missed a penalty in an European Cup match against Levski-Spartak, resulting in Ajax's elimination from the competition.

At Volendam, Helling was part of the team which won promotion in May 1983.

Dick Helling passed away at 68 years old.

Claude Gingras, Canadian journalist and music critic, Died at 87

Claude Gingras was born on July 1, 1931, and died on December 30, 2018.

He was a French Canadian journalist and musical critic.

He was a local of Sherbrooke, Quebec, Gingras was the most youthful of five kin.

Gingras was acquainted with music by his mom, who was a musician, and put into the St Charles Borromeo Seminary.

Gingras contemplated sociologies at the Université de Montréal and started composing for Sherbrooke's La Tribune in 1952.

In the wake of teaming up, Gingras started working for La Presse, where he composed a segment on melodic analysis.

Gingras began scrutinizing just musical drama and established however later extended to pop, assortment, and artful dance.

He would stay at La Presse for over 60 years.

Claude Gingras secured the Montreal Symphony Orchestra, the Orchestre Métropolitain, the McGill Chamber Orchestra, and I Musici de Montréal.

Gingras was viewed as a merciless commentator.

Claude Gingras retired from La Presse on 28 December 2015.

Claude Gingras passed away at 87 years old.

Karel Engel, Czech Olympic wrestler, Died at 78

Karel Engel was born on May 28, 1940, and died on December 31, 2018.

He was a Czech wrestler.

Engel competed in the 1972 Summer Olympics.

Karel Engel passed away at 78 years old.

Cameron M. Alexander, American Baptist minister, Died at 86

Cameron M. Alexander was born on February 12, 1932, and died on December 30, 2018.

He was an American Baptist minister.

Alexander led 12,000-member Antioch Baptist Church North and community leader in the English Avenue neighborhood (also known as part of "The Bluff") in Atlanta.

Kennedy Street in English Avenue was renamed Cameron M. Alexander Blvd in October 2010, in his honor.

Cameron passed away at 86 years old.

Elazar Mordechai Koenig, Israeli Orthodox rabbi, Died at 73

Elazar Mordechai Koenig was born in 1945, in Jerusalem and died on December 31, 2018.

He was an Orthodox Jewish rabbi and the spiritual leader of the Breslov Hasidic community in Safed, Israel.

He was born to Rabbi Gedaliah Aharon Koenig and his wife Esther Yehudit Koenig.

Koenig's father was a leading disciple of Breslov elder Rabbi Abraham Sternhartz, who immigrated to Jerusalem from Uman, Ukraine in 1936.

He was an alumnus of the Mir Yeshiva in Jerusalem.

Koenig studied kabbalah with his father as well as with several leading Sephardic masters, including Rabbi Mordechai Sharabi.

Elazar Mordechai Koenig passed away at 73 years old.

Warren MacKenzie, American potter, Died at 94

Warren MacKenzie was born on February 16, 1924, and died on December 31, 2018.

He was an American potter.

MacKenzie experienced childhood in Wilmette, Illinois the second most seasoned of five kids including his siblings, Fred and Gordon and sisters, Marge (Peppy) and Marilyn.

MacKenzie's secondary school days were spent at New Trier High School in Winnetka, Illinois.

He and his first spouse, Alix, contemplated with Bernard Leach from 1949 to 1952.

MacKenzie's basic, wheel-tossed useful earthenware is vigorously affected by the oriental tasteful of Shoji Hamada and Korean pottery.

MacKenzie is credited with bringing the Japanese Mingei style of ceramics to Minnesota, affectionately alluded to as the "Mingei-sota style."MacKenzie was outstanding as an educator.

Since 1952 he had instructed at the University of Minnesota, where he was a Regents' teacher emeritus.

His understudies have included Randy Johnston, Dick Cooter, Mike Norman, Jeff Oestreich, Wayne Branum, Mark Pharis, Barbara Diduk, Paul Dresang, Shirley Johnson, Michael Brady, Sandy Simon, and E.A. (Mike) Mikkelsen.

His second spouse of 30 years, Nancy MacKenzie, kicked the bucket in October 2014, at 80 years old.

Nancy was a practiced material craftsman utilizing discovered items from nature and the reuse receptacle.

For a long time, they were the essence of expressions of the human experience network of St. Croix River Valley.

He keeps on living in the home they shared outside Stillwater, Minnesota, where he kept on keeping up his studio until his demise on December 31, 2018. Warren

MacKenzie passed away at 94 years old.

Simon Britto Rodrigues, Indian politician, Died at 64

Simon Britto Rodrigues was born on March 27, 1954, in Pongikkara, Ernakulam District, Kerala and died on December 31, 2018.

He was an Indian politician and writer.

Rodrigues was an Anglo-Indian part in the Kerala Legislative Assembly amid the term of Left Democratic Front government from 2006 to 2011.

Rodrigues was a functioning individual from Students' Federation of India (SFI), Rodrigues is a previous understudy of St. Albert's College, Ernakulam, Government Law College, Ernakulam, Government Law College, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala Law Academy Law College, Thiruvananthapuram, Lalit Narayan Mithila University. in his school days amid the '80s.

In 1983, he turned into the Kerala state VP of SFI and in a vicious conflict between understudy associations, he got his lower body deadened.

He wrote two or three books: Agragami and Maharandram. Agragami won a Sakti grant and a Patyam Gopalan grant.

Rodrigues was a state illustrative of Kerala Grandhasala Sangam.

Simon Britto Rodrigues passed away at 64 years old.

Ray Sawyer, American singer, Died at 81

Ray Sawyer was born on February 1, 1937, Chickasaw, Alabama, United States and died on December 31, 2018.

He was an American singer.

He was best known as a vocalist with the 1970s rock band, Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show.

In spite of the fact that principally a sponsorship vocalist and incidental percussionist on congas or maracas, he sang lead on their hit melody "The Cover of Rolling Stone" and was a conspicuous nearness in the band because of the eyepatch and cowhand cap he wore.

Ray Sawyer was also the uncle of the vocalist of Wild Fire, Zack Sawyer.

Sawyer lost his right eye in a 1967 automobile accident.

Ray Sawyer passed away at 81 years old.

István Seregély, Hungarian Roman Catholic prelate, Died at 87

István Seregély was born on March 13, 1931, in Szombathely and died on December 31, 2018.

He was a Hungarian prelate of the Roman Catholic Church, who served as Archbishop of Eger from 5 June 1987 to 15 March 2007.

István Seregély began his religious investigations in the neighborhood theological college of Szombathely, yet after its conclusion, he went to the Central Seminary of Budapest (Latin: Seminarium Centrale).

He was appointed as a cleric by Sándor Kovács, the Bishop of Szombathely on 19 June 1955.

From 1956 to 1963, he was a minister in Gyöngyösfalu, Nyőgér, Bagod and Zalae

gerszeg, at that point from 1963 to 1974, Cathedral of the Visitation of Our Lady in Szombathely. He was made vicar of Kőszegszerdahely by Bishop Árpád Fábián in 1974.

He served in this situation until 1981.

All of four houses of worship, which had a place with his ward – the All Saints Church of Kőszegszerdahely, the St. Vitus Church of Velem, the St. Dwindle and Paul Church of Cák and the St. Martin Church of Kőszegdoroszló – were revamped.

István Seregély was vicar of Kőszeg from 1981 to 1987, and nine holy places were remodeled under his parsonage.

Pope John Paul II designated him Archbishop of Eger on 5 June 1987. He was sanctified as diocesan on 25 July by László Paskai at the Cathedral Basilica of St. John the Apostle.

His witticism was "Christus est by means of veritas et vita" ("Christ is the way, reality, and the life").

Seregély was President of the Hungarian Catholic Bishops' Conference somewhere in the range of 1990 and 2005, and all the while was likewise Grand Chancellor of the Pázmány Péter Catholic University from 1992 to 2005.

István Seregély filled in as Vice President of the Council of the Bishops' Conferences of Europe (CCEE) from 1993 to 2001.

István Seregély was granted Fraknói Vilmos Prize in 2005. After the arrangement of Csaba Ternyák as his successor, Seregély worked as biblical legislative leader of the Archdiocese of Eger since 15 March 2007.

At the point when Ternyák took the situation on 9 June, Seregély moved toward becoming ecclesiastical overseer emeritus.

Istavan Seregély passed away at 87 years old in a priest social home in Nyíregyháza.

Peter Thompson, English footballer, Died at 76

Peter Thompson was born on November 27, 1942, in Carlisle and died on December 2018.

He was an English footballer.

Thompson showed up in the Football League playing for Preston North End, Liverpool, and Bolton Wanderers.

Thompson played as an outside left for the Liverpool group which had significant achievements during the 1960s, and was topped multiple times for England. Known for his fast and electric style of play.

As an individual from the underlying England squad in front of the 1970 World Cup, he was associated with the Bogotá Bracelet occurrence.

By a few records, Thompson was in or around the Green Fire adornments shop when Bobby Moore was affirmed to have taken a wrist trinket.

Since 2006, Thompson had been living in Portugal.

In the wake of resigning from the amusement, he ran a parade park for a long time around the Knott End-on-Sea territory and after that lodgings in the Lake District and Harrogate.

Peter Thompson passed away at 76 years old.

Bill Watson, Australian Test cricketer, Died at 87

William James Watson was born on January 31, 1931, and died on December 31, 2018.

He was an Australian cricketer.

He played in four Tests in 1955. Watson was a right-hand opening batsman.

Watson scored 155 for New South Wales verse the MCC at Sydney in 1954-55 in his second top-notch coordinate.

To a great extent on the quality of that innings, and after just four top notch matches, he was chosen in the Sydney Test that started on 25 February 1955, opening with Colin McDonald.

Watson was made just 18 and 3, however, figured out how to inspire selectors enough that he was picked for the West Indies visit half a month later.

In spite of the fact that he scored 122 against Barbados, Watson neglected to discover shape against the West Indians in the Tests, scoring 27, 6, 22 not out, 30 and 0, and was dropped after the Fourth Test.

Watson was scored firmly for New South Wales in the 1956-57 household season, with 664 keeps running at 44.26.

The season incorporated his most elevated score, 206, at number five, in an innings triumph over Western Australia in Perth, and, opening the batting once more, 50 and 198 against Queensland in Sydney.

Watson was was chosen for an Australian group that visited New Zealand toward the finish of the season, however, made just 23 keeps running in four top-notch coordinates and was ignored for determination on the visit to South Africa in 1957-58.

In 14 coordinates in the following four seasons, Watson was made just 450 keeps running at 25.00, and he resigned after the 1960-61 season.

Bill Watson passed away at 87 years old.

Loknath, Indian actor, Died at 91

C. H. Lokanath was born on August 14, 1927, and died on December 31, 2018.

He was a noted Indian Kannada language veteran stage and cine artist of more than 1000 plays and 650 films to his film success.

He has worked in the industry for many years and is affectionately addressed as "Uncle Lokanath" or "Uppinakayi" by the industry people.

Loknath does not change his appearance in all his films throughout the career.

TV serial Priyadarshini telecasted in Star Suvarna Channel was one of his final appearances.

A few of his noted characters he has played are: Galileo in "Galileo", Rajaram in "Aspota", Dr. Faustus in "Dr. Faustus", Kakaji in "Tanavu Ninnade Manavu Ninnade", Dushtabudhi in "Chandrahasa" and many such plays. Loknath's most popular films include "Bhootayyana Maga Ayyu", "Collegu Ranga", "Naagarahaavu", "Katha Sangama", "Hosa Neeru", "Singapurinalli Raja Kulla",Minchina Ota and Mane Mane Kathe.

He has even acted in several episodes of Malgudi Days.

C. H. Lokanath passed away after a brief illness at 91 years old.

Wednesday, 26 December 2018

Syed Ali Raza Abidi, Pakistani politician, Died at 46

Syed Ali Raza Abidi was born on July 6, 1972, in Karachi, Pakistan and died on December 25, 2018.

 He was a Pakistani politician.

 He was elected to the National Assembly of Pakistan as a candidate of Muttahida Qaumi Movement, in Pakistani general election, 2013.

 Syed Ali Raza Abidi received 81,603 votes and defeated Raja Azhar Khan, a candidate of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI).

He ran for the seat of the National Assembly as a candidate of MQM Pakistan from Constituency NA-243 (Karachi East-II) in Pakistani general election, 2018 but was unsuccessful.

He earned 24,082 votes and lost the seat to Imran Khan. Abidi was a member of the National Assembly of Pakistan from June 2013 to May 2018.

 His attack by gun took place outside his residence.

 He passed away at 46 years old.

Sulagitti Narasamma, Indian midwife, Died at 98

Sulagitti Narasamma was born in Krishnapura, Pavagada village and died on December 25, 2018.

She was an Indian midwife.

Sulagitti Narasamma has assisted in performing more than 15,000 traditional deliveries free of charge over a 70-year period of service in deprived regions of Karnataka with no medical facilities.

Narasamma work was honored with the National Citizen's award of India in 2012 and the country’s fourth highest civilian award, the Padma Shri, in 2018.

Narasamma learned her midwifery skills from her grandmother, Maremma, a midwife who also helped to deliver five of Narasamma's own babies.

At the age of 20, during 1940, Narasamma assisted at her first birth when she helped with the delivery of her aunt's baby.

Then by 2018, at the 97 years old, she had helped to deliver more than 15,000 babies during her years, and has been described as 'the go-to midwife of Krishnapura'.

Sulagitti Narasamma passed away at 98 years old.

Law Hieng Ding, Malaysian politician, Died at 83

Tan Sri Datuk Seri Law Hieng Ding was born on October 4, 1935, and died on December 25, 2018.

He was a Malaysian politician.

He was the Minister of Science, Technology and Environment from 1990 to 2004. From 1982 to 2008, He was was a member of parliament representing Sarikei.

Law Hieng Ding graduated from the Nanyang University, Singapore in 1960 with a Bachelor's degree of Commerce in Accountancy and Banking.

He began his political career in 1972 and has held the seat for the past six terms.

Law Hieng Ding served as the deputy minister from 1987 to 1990, and a Cabinet Minister from 1990 to 2004.

Law Hieng Ding was also the Deputy President of Sarawak United People's Party (SUPP) and Nantah Education & Research Foundation as well as chairman or director to a number of public companies and foundation.

Law Hieng Ding passed away at 83 years old during the Christmas Day celebration.

Yoshitada Konoike, Japanese politician, Died at 88

Yoshitada Konoike was born on November 28, 1940, and died on December 25, 2018.

He was a Japanese politician of the Liberal Democratic Party and member of the House of Councillors in the Diet (national legislature).

He was a native of Amagasaki, Hyōgo, and graduate of Waseda University.

Konoike was chosen to the House of Representatives without precedent for 1986 after an unsuccessful keep running in 1983.

During the wake of losing his seat in 1993, he was chosen to the House of Councilors without precedent for 1995 and is as of now serving his fourth 6-year term.

He caused debate when he remarked on a continuous homicide case in July 2003, saying that the guardians of the blamed "ought to be marched through the city and beheaded".

 Konoike apologized for the comments but one week later he commented on a different case, in which four child sex slaves escaped from the house of a dead captor, saying "we don't know if the girls are victims or assailants", and added, "if you're arguing the girls were bought as slaves, you assume they have no responsibility".

Konoike was taken from his post as vice president bureau secretary on May 13, 2009, and was admitted to a psychological healing center after the week by week magazine Shukan Shincho uncovered that he had utilized his administration shinkansen free go to venture out to Atami to go through a few days with a fancy woman.

Konoike was likewise removed from the Hyogo part of the gathering however was accordingly readmitted to the gathering on 30 August 2010.

He was chosen to the House of Councilors for his fourth sequential term in the July 2013 decision and unsuccessfully challenged the ticket to supplant Hirofumi Nakasone as the LDP's pioneer in the house.

Konoike lost the poll to Kensei Mizote 82-31.

Konoike passed away at 78 years old.

Nirendranath Chakravarty, Indian poet and writer, Died at 94

Nirendranath Chakraborty was born on October 19, 1924, and died on December 25, 2018.

He was a well known contemporary Bengali poet.

Chakravarty was the winner of the Sahitya Academy Award in 1974 for the book of poems Ulanga Raja (The Naked King).

During 2007, the University of Calcutta awarded him an honorary Doctor of Science degree.

Nirendranath Chakravarty also wrote few detective novels of Bhaduri Moshai.

Nirendranath Chakravarty passed away at 94 years old.

Wendy Beckett, British religious sister and art historian, Died at 88

Wendy Beckett was born on February 25, 1930, in South Africa and died on December 26, 2018, in Quidenham, Norfolk.

She was otherwise called Sister Wendy.

She was a British religious sister, recluse, blessed virgin, and craftsmanship student of history.

She turned out to be notable globally amid the 1990s when she displayed a progression of documentaries for the BBC on the historical backdrop of workmanship.

Beckett projects, for example, Sister Wendy's Odyssey and Sister Wendy's Grand Tour, regularly drew a 25 percent offer of the British survey group of onlookers.

During 1997, Sister Wendy made her U.S. make a big appearance on open TV and that equivalent year The New York Times depicted her as "an at some point recluse who is quick on her approach to turning into the most far-fetched and renowned craftsmanship pundit ever of." As of September 2018, fragments of these shows are as yet being publicized on a few PBS directs in the U.S.

 She grew up in Edinburgh, Scotland, where her dad was studying medicine.

During 1946, Beckett went into the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur, a Roman Catholic congregation of Religious Sisters dedicated to education.

Beckett was sent to England where she completed her novitiate and then studied at St Anne's College, Oxford where she was awarded a congratulatory first class honors degree in English Literature.

Wendy Beckett passed away at 88 years old.

Theodore Antoniou, Greek composer and conductor, Died at 83

Theodore Antoniou was born on February 10, 1935, in Athens, Greece and died on December 26, 2018.

He was a Greek composer and conductor.

His works differ from musical shows and choral attempts to ambiance music, from film and theater music to solo instrumental works.

Antoniou was trained in violin, voice, and arrangement at the National Conservatory of Athens, the Hellenic Conservatory, and directing at both The Hochschule für Musik and the International Music Center in Darmstadt.

Antoniou is an individual from the Academy of Athens.

During 2004, Antoniou was granted the Herder Prize from the Alfred Toepfer Stiftung F.V.S. Antoniou was a teacher among the structure staff at Boston University, where he served since 1978.

Antoniou also led and directed the new music gathering Alea III, which holds home at Boston University.

The troupe performs oftentimes with new and debuting structures, has worked with various eminent craftsmen, and has visited Europe on various events.

Theodore Antoniou passed away at 83 years old due to complications from Alzheimer's disease.

Daniela Payssé, Uruguayan politician, Died at 72

Daniela Paysse was born on October 17, 1946, and pass-away on December 21, 2018.

She was a Uruguayan senator for the Broad Front party.

In 2000 Daniela was an alternate national representative for Montevideo, a position she held until 2005, joining the Finance Commission.

In 2005 she was re-elected as a National Representative by the Uruguay Assembly sector of the Broad Front.

During this period she joined the Commissions on Human Rights, Budgets, and Gender and Equity. Daniela also chaired the Special Commission of the General Assembly for the Follow-up of the Prison Situation.

She chaired the Human Rights Commission of the General Assembly, in charge of the integration of the Directive Council of the National Institution of Human Rights and Ombudsman.

In 2010, Daniela was reelected again as National Representative for Montevideo. She was part of the Human Rights, Budget, and Special Commissions on Gender and Equity, Special Commission for Monitoring the Prison Situation of the General Assembly, and was also a member of the Bicameral Women's Bank which is made up of legislators from all the political parties of Uruguay.

Daniela joined the Mercosur Parliament for the period 2010 to 2015. In the 2010 debate, she argued against the use of the theory of the two demons when interpreting the Law on the Expiration of the Punitive Claims of the State.

In 2013, Daniela assumed the first vice presidency of the House of Representatives. In the 2014 general election, she was elected senator for her party. Payssé had six children and eight grandchildren.

Daniela Paysse died from an infection on December 21, 2018 at the age of 72.

Friday, 21 December 2018

Tom Leonard, Scottish poet, Died at 74

Tom Leonard was born on August 22, 1944, in Glasgow and died on December 21, 2018.

He was a Scottish poet, writer and critic.

Leonard was popularly known for his poems written in the Glaswegian dialect of Scots, particularly his Six Glasgow Poems and The Six O'Clock News.

Leonard's work frequently dealt with the relationship between language, class and culture.

In 1969, his Six Glasgow Poems has been called 'epoch-making' was published.

His poems were iniatially published as an insert in Glasgow University Magazine.

During 2009, he released Outside the Narrative, a collection of his poetry from 1965 to 2009. Tom Leonard passed away at 74 years old.

Tom Leonard passed at 74 years old.

Dipali Barthakur, Indian singer, Died at 77

Dipali Barthakur was born on January 30, 1941, in Sonari at Sivasagar, Assam and died on December 21, 2018.

She was an Indian singer from Assam.

Barthakur's songs were sung mainly in the Assamese language, and she was known as the "Nightingale of Assam".

Barthakur received the fourth-highest civilian award of India, the Padma Shri, in the year 1998.

Her parents were Bishwanath Borthakur and Chandrakanti Devi.

She performed her last song "Luito nejabi boi" in 1969.

Then, she started began suffering from a severe Motor neuron disease which hindered her singing and forced her to use a wheelchair.

Barthakur married Neel Pawan Barua, in 1976, an eminent Indian artist and painter from Assam and son of renowned Assamese writer Binanda Chandra Barua.

She died at Nemcare Hospital, Guwahati after a prolonged illness.

Dipali Barthakur passed away at 77 years old.

Thursday, 20 December 2018

Raven Wilkinson, American ballerina, Died at 83

Raven Wilkinson was born on February 2, 1935 and died on December 17, 2018.

She was an American dancer who is credited with having been the first African-American woman to dance for a major classical ballet company. She broke the color barrier in 1955 when she signed a contract to dance full-time with the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo.

Wilkinson was promoted to soloist during her second season with the troupe, and remained with the company for six years. Later after she became a mentor to American Ballet Theatre principal dancer Misty Copeland, presenting Copeland with the 2014 Dance Magazine Award.

Wilkinson did not stay in retirement long. When she returned to New York, the New York City Opera asked her to dance. She performed with them from 1974 until 1985. Wilkinson went on with the opera as a character dancer and actor until 2011 when the company disbanded.

Additionally her acting credits is the role of Malla in Stephen Sondheim's A Little Night Music (1990–1991). Wilkinson also played the role of Bloody Mary's assistant in a Broadway revival of South Pacific in 1987.

Raven Wilkinson passed away at 83 years old.

Jacques David, French Roman Catholic prelate, Died at 87

Jacques Louis Antoine Marie David was born on December 22, 1930, in France and died on December 19, 2018.

He was a French Roman Catholic bishop.

In 1956, he was ordained to the priesthood.

David served as the titular bishop of Girba and as auxiliary bishop of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Bordeaux, France, from 1981 to 1986.

David served as bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of La Rochelle and Saintes, Frances from 1986 to 1996.

He served as the bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Évreux, France, from 1996 to 2006.

 Jacques David passed at at 87 years old.

Wednesday, 19 December 2018

Colin Barlow, English football player and executive, Died at 83

Colin James Barlow was born on November 14, 1935, and died on December 19, 2018.

He was an English expert footballer.

He played as a Winger for Manchester City, Oldham Athletic, and Doncaster Rovers.

He joined Manchester City as a student, turning proficient in 1956.

Barlow made his first group make a big appearance on the opening day of the 1957– 58 season, scoring the primary objective in a 3– 2 win against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge. Barlow finished his first season with 17 objectives in 40 appearances.

The accompanying season, Barlow scored 18 objectives, making him the club's best scorer for 1958– 59.

The 1959– 60 season was his goalscoring top, with 20 objectives in 40 appearances.

During 1962, Barlow lost his first group place to Neil Young; after Young's introduction he showed up for the club.

 When Barlow left Manchester City he was the club's twelfth most noteworthy untouched goalscorer.

Starting at 2007 he is eighteenth. With first group openings constrained at Manchester City, in August 1963 he pursued director Les McDowall to Oldham Athletic.

Barlow later played for Doncaster Rovers. In the wake of completing his playing profession, Barlow moved into business.

During1994, this saw him come back to football as a component of Francis Lee's takeover of the club.

Barlow turned into the club's first CEO, what's more, was an individual from the board.

Barlow left the job in January 1997, expressing that he wished to provide more opportunity to his organizations. Barlow surrendered as chief in December 1997 yet held his shareholding.

Colin Barlow passed awat 83 years old.

Steve Daskewisz, American actor and stuntman, Died at 74

Steve Daskewisz, otherwise called Steve Dash or Steve Daskawisz, died in December 2018.

He was a performing artist referred to for his job as a trick twofold supporting the anecdotal sequential executioner Jason Voorhees in the film Friday the thirteenth Part 2.

He was a previous cop who functioned as a double and performing artist starting in 1977, he had little jobs in Wolfen and The Jazz Singer.

That prompted work on Sylvester Stallone's Nighthawks where he met Cliff Cudney.

Cudney contracted him to supplant Warrington Gillette who was initially planned to have Jason in Friday the thirteenth Influence 2. Steve Daskewisz passed away at 74 years old.

Geetha Salam, Indian actor, Died at 72

Abdul Salam was born on October 9, 1946 and died on December 19, 2018.

He was an Indian actor in Malayalam cinema.

He was more popular by his stage name Geetha Salam.

He was well known for Malabar Wedding, Jalolsavam (2004) and John Paul Vaathil Thurakkunnu (2014).

Salam resided in Krishnapuram, Alappuzha, Kerala. Salam was featured in more than 82 Films and some TV series. Rahmath was his wife and is survived by two sons, Shan and Shaheen.

Salam began his film career in the Malayalam film Mani Koya Kurup (1979) directed by S. S. Devadas and produced by P. P. Jose. Salam's 2nd movie was Megasandesam (Horror movie), directed by Rajasenan and produced by K. Radhakrishnan.

Geetha Salam passed away at 72 years old.

Carole Penny Marshall, American actress, Died at 75

American actress Carole Penny Marshall was born on October 15, 1943, and died on December 17, 2018. 

She was an American actress, director, and producer. 

Penny Marshall was the little girl of Marjorie Marshall, a tap dance instructor, and Tony Marshall, a movie chief and maker. 

 Marshall's folks' experience in diversion, alongside her sibling, Garry Marshall's, foundation as a screenwriter-chief and her sister's experience as a throwing executive and maker, offered to ascend to Marshall's profession in the business. 

 Marshall came on the scene during the 1970s for her job as Laverne DeFazio on the TV sitcom Laverne and Shirley (1976– 1983), accepting three assignments for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Television Series Musical or Comedy for her depiction. 

She was advanced to coordinating movies during the 1980s, making her directorial make a big appearance with Jumpin' Jack Flash (1986) preceding coordinating Big (1988), which turned into the main movie guided by a lady to net more than $100 million at the U.S. film industry. 

 Her ensuing coordinating credits included Awakenings (1990), which was designated for the Academy Award for Best Picture, A League of Their Own (1992), Renaissance Man (1994), The Preacher's Wife (1996), and Riding in Cars with Boys (2001). 

She additionally delivered Cinderella Man (2005) and Bewitched (2005) and coordinated scenes of the TV arrangement According to Jim and United States of Tara. 

While going to the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque, Marshall met Michael Henry, a football player. 

She left school to wed him in 1963 at 20 years old; they had one kid, a girl, Tracy. Marshall functioned as a secretary and later as a tap move educator. The marriage kept going three years. 

On April 10, 1971, Marshall wedded on-screen character/executive Rob Reiner, who embraced her little girl and gave her his last name. 

Her marriage to Reiner finished in 1981 yet Reiner and Marshall have five grandkids together. 

Marshall had a short association with vocalist Art Garfunkel in the mid-1980s, and he acknowledges her for helping him through his wretchedness. 

 During 2010, it was accounted for that Marshall had been determined to have lung malignant growth that had metastasized to her cerebrum, yet she uncovered in 2012 that she was disappearing. 

Penny Marshall passed away at 75 years old.

Mircea Petescu, Romanian footballer, Died at 75

Mircea Petescu was born on October 15, 1943, and died on December 16, 2018.

He was a Romanian footballer and coach.

Following years of preparation, himself and his wife defected while on a state-approved vacation to the Netherlands.

There Petescu began a coaching career and became known for promoting youngsters in the teams he coached.

Petescu was coach of Louis van Gaal at Telstar and Sparta and discovered Danny Blind amongst many other players.

Mircea Petescu passed away at 76 years old.

Dušan Nikolić, Serbian footballer, Died at 65

Yugoslav footballer Dušan Nikolić was born on January 23, 1953, and died on December 15, 2018.

He played as a midfielder.

He was born on Belgrade, Serbia.

Dušan Nikolić passed away at 65 years old.

Ellsworth Wareham, American surgeon, Died at 104

Ellsworth Edwin Wareham was born on October 3, 1914, and died on December 15, 2018.

Wareham was conceived in Texas to cultivating guardians and experienced childhood in Alberta, Canada.

 Ellsworth Wareham was a Seventh-day Adventist and a World War II naval force veteran.

He resigned as a cardiothoracic specialist at 74 years old however kept on partner himself with preparing inhabitants at the Loma Linda University until the age of 95, amid which time he drove 60 miles (100 km) to aid tasks.

Wareham was one of the most punctual specialists of open heart medical procedure, not long after the principal such system was performed.

Leonard Bailey, the specialist who transplanted a primate heart into a child at Loma Linda University in 1984, prepared under Wareham as a therapeutic understudy in the late 1960s.

The kid, Baby Fae, was conceived rashly with a hypoplastic left heart disorder and Bailey's medical procedure stood out as truly newsworthy.

Dr. E Wareham helped to establish the Loma Linda University Overseas Heart Surgery Team which ventured to the far corners of the planet performing open heart medical procedures on grown-ups and youngsters in immature nations or those without cardiovascular medical procedure healing centers.

 Wareham was made due by his significant other, Barbara; his youngsters: Martin E. Wareham, M.D.; Robert B. Wareham, Esq.; Julie G. Wareham-Yegge, M.D.; and John Richard Wareham. His most youthful youngster, Brian Scott Wareham, pre-perished him in 2015.

Wareham was additionally made due by eight grandkids, and six extraordinary grandkids.

Dr. Wareham passed away at home In Loma Linda, California on December 15, 2018, with his better half, Barbara, and his little girl, Dr. Julie Wareham-Yegge next to him who depicted him as clear and psychological until his demise.

 Ellsworth Wareham died at 104 years old.

Thomas Thennatt, Indian Roman Catholic bishop, Died at 65

Thomas Thennatt was born on November 26, 1953, and died on December 14, 2018. He was born in India.

In 1978, Thomas was ordained to the priesthood.

Thennatt served as bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Gwalior, India, from 2016 until his death in 2018.

Thomas Thennatt passed away at 65 years old.