Thursday, 31 January 2019

Kálmán Ihász, Hungarian footballer, Died at 77

Kálmán Ihász was born on March 6, 1941, in Budapest, and died on January 31, 2019.

He was a Hungarian footballer.

Amid his club profession, Ihász played for Vasas SC.

For the Hungary national football crew, he took an interest in the 1962 FIFA World Cup, the 1964 European Nations' Cup, and the 1966 FIFA World Cup.

Ihász likewise won a gold decoration in football at the 1964 Summer Olympics.

Ihász's cousin is artist Gjon Delhusa.

Kálmán Ihász passed away at 77 years old.

Ingvald Godal, Norwegian politician, Died at 84

Ingvald Godal was born on October 26, 1934, in Aker and died and January 31, 2019.

He was a Norwegian politician for the Centre Party and later the Conservative Party.

For the previous party he was a State Secretary just as city hall leader of Vinje; for the last party he served four terms in the Norwegian Parliament. Godal was likewise associated with different associations, toward the end in the Norwegian Support Committee for Chechnya.

Godal the child of a vicar and an educator, he took his auxiliary instruction at Hamar Cathedral School in 1953.

He went through one year in the His Majesty The King's Guard before selecting in advanced education. During 1959, Godal moved on from the Heriot-Watt University as an architect.

Amid his time here, he had led the British part of the Alliance of Norwegian Students Abroad from 1957 to 1959.

From 1960 to 1965 he worked for the Ministry of Works in the Northern Region, around then a government division of Nigeria, and from 1965 to 1969 he worked for Norconsult in Uganda and different nations.

From 1969 to 1970 he worked with common help amid the Nigerian Civil War.

Godal then gone through one year in Asplan before settling in Vinje, Telemark to maintain a private business.

Eventually, from 1982 to 1985, he was boss regulatory officer in Vinje region.

Ingvald Godal passed away at 84 years old.

Hans Normann Dahl, Norwegian illustrator and painter, Died at 81

Hans Normann Dahl was born on October 7, 1937, and died on January 29, 2019.

He was a Norwegian illustrator, painter, and sculptor.

Dahl provided illustrations the newspaper Dagbladet from 1967 to 1988 and illustrated a number of books.

Dahl was represented at the National Museum of Art, Architecture, and Design, at Bergen Museum and at the National Gallery in Warsaw.

Hans Normann Dahl passed away at 81 years old.

Stewart Adams, British chemist, Died at 95

Educator Stewart Sanders Adams was born in 1923 and died on January 30, 2019.

He was a British scientist.

He was the fundamental piece of a group from Boots that created ibuprofen in the mid-1960s.

Ibuprofen is a COX-1 (cyclooxygenase-1 or prostaglandin G/H synthase 1) inhibitor; NSAIDs work by obstructing the cyclooxygenase compound. With headache medicine and paracetamol, ibuprofen is on the WHO Model List of Essential Medicines; a typical measurement is 1200– 2400 mg for every day.

Prostaglandins (PG) cause torment, swelling and irritation.

It is one of the world's top of the line drugs, and creation is around 15,000 tons for each year, around a third that of headache medicine.

Stewart Adams wedded his significant other, Mary, who was an instructor, in 1950, just before he moved to Leeds where he was acquainted with Rugby group.

Stewart Adams lived in Redhill, Nottinghamshire in the house he moved into in 1955, in the north of Nottingham.

Stewart Adams has turned into a Freeman of the City of Nottingham. In the 1987 New Year Honors, Adams turned into an Officer of the Order of the British Empire.

Stewart Adams passed away at 95 years old.

Pierre Nanterme, French business executive, Died at 59

Pierre Nanterme was born in 1959 and died in January 2019.

He was a French business executive. Nanterme was the chairman and CEO of Accenture.

Nanterme went to the ESSEC Business School (École Supérieure des Sciences Économiques et Commerciales) in Paris and got his lord's in the board degree in 1981.

After graduation, he proceeded to satisfy his military administration in France. Nanterme passed away on 31st January 2019.

Nanterme was determined to have colon malignancy in 2016. Twenty days subsequent to venturing down as CEO, on January 31, 2019, Nanterme passed on in France.

Pierre Nanterme passed away at 59 years old.

Harold Bradley, American Country Music Hall of Fame musician, Died at 93

Harold Bradley was born on January 2, 1926, in Nashville, Tennessee and died on January 31, 2019, he was also known as Harold Ray Bradley.

He was an American country and pop guitarist and entrepreneur.

Bradley played banjo as a kid yet changed to guitar on the counsel of his senior sibling, Owen.

Owen organized Harold to visit with Ernest Tubb while Harold was still in secondary school. After graduation, Harold joined the Navy. After his release, he went to George Peabody College (presently a piece of Vanderbilt University) in Nashville, considering music and went with Eddy Arnold and Bradley Kincaid at the Grand Ole Opry.

Bradley's first session was with Pee Wee King and the Golden West Cowboys in 1946.

Harold Bradley passed away at 93 years old.

Jean-Pierre Boccardo, French Olympic sprinter, Died at 76

Jean-Pierre Boccardo was born on March 16, 1942, in Espéraza and died on January 29, 2019.

He was a French sprinter.

He took part in the 1964 Summer Olympics and in the 1968 Summer Olympics.

Jean-Pierre Boccardo passed away at 76 years old.

Jane Aamund, Danish author and journalist, Died at 82

Jane Aamund was born on November 8, 1936 and deid on January 29, 2019.

She was a Danish author and journalist.

Aamund became well known initially in Denmark with the Klinkevals trilogy.

Jane Aamund passed away at 82 years old.

Duncan Weldon, English theatre producer, Died at 77

Duncan Weldon was born on March 19, 1941, and died on January 30, 2019. He was a British theatre producer.

During 2002, Weldon won the Tony Award for Best Revival of a Play.

Duncan Weldon passed away at 77 years old.

Saphira Indah, Indonesian actress, Died at 32

Saphira Indah Julianti was born on July 26, 1986, and died on January 30, 2019. She was an Indonesian actress.

During 2003 she began her career in Indonesian film industry with the film Eiffel... I'm in Love.

She died when she was 6 months pregnant due to lung infection.

Saphira Indah passed away at 32 years old.

Dick Miller, American actor, Died at 90

Richard Miller was born on December 25, 1928, in The Bronx, New York and died on January 30, 2019.

He was an American character actor.

He was a actor in more than 100 films, including many produced by Roger Corman.

Later he showed up in the movies of executives who started their vocations with Corman, including James Cameron and Joe Dante, with the refinement of showing up in each movie coordinated by Dante.

He also operator's fundamental jobs have been in movies, for example, Gremlins, Gremlins 2: The New Batch, Explorers, Piranha, The Howling, A Bucket of Blood, The Little Shop of Horrors, Chopping Mall, Night of the Creeps, The Terminator, The 'Burbs and Small Soldiers.

He operator depicted a few anecdotal characters named Walter Paisley.

As Miller noted, "I've played Walter Paisley multiple times now, I think." As of 2011, the character name has really seemed multiple times on film and once in a dramatic creation, with Miller giving six of these depictions.

The name initially showed up in the Roger Corman film A Bucket of Blood.

In that film, Paisley is a waiting assistant who turns into a craftsman of sorts by slaughtering his subjects and covering them in dirt.

Richard Miller passed away at 90 years old.

Peter Mikkelsen, Danish football referee, Died at 58

Peter Mikkelsen was born on May 1, 1960 and died on January 30, 2019.

He was a Danish football referee.

He had refereed 5 coordinates in the FIFA World Cup, two of every 1990 and three of every 1994.

Mikkelsen likewise refereed two UEFA European Football Championship competitions in 1992 and in 1996.

From 2008 till his passing, he was working in the human asset division of the Danish organization F-Group.

Peter Mikkelsen passed away at 58 years old.

Georges Sarre, French politician, Died at 83

Georges Sarre was born on November 26, 1935, in Chénérailles, Creuse and died on January 31, 2019.

He was a French politician and leader of the Citizen and Republican Movement.

He was an early supporter of Jean-Pierre Chevènement and François Mitterrand inside the new Socialist Party (PS), which he joined at the popular Epinay Congress in 1971.

Sarre was the Socialist best applicant in the 1977 Paris city decision however lost the race by a bunch of votes to Jacques Chirac.

He was chosen MEP in the 1979 European decisions and was chosen to the French National Assembly for Paris in 1981.

Somewhere in the range of 1988 and 1993 he filled in as Secretary of State for Road and Fluvial Transportation in the legislatures driven by Michel Rocard, Édith Cresson and Pierre Bérégovoy.

Later, he served, somewhere in the range of 1995 and 2008 as the Mayor of the eleventh arrondissement of Paris.

In the left's 1993 fiasco, he was re-chosen in Paris' sixth voting public, the main supporters not won by the directly in that race.

That equivalent year, contradicting the Socialist Party's neo-liberal determine, he joined Jean-Pierre Chevènement in making the Citizens' Movement (MDC).

The MDC turned into the Republican Pole in 2002 preceding embracing its present name, Citizen and Republican Movement (MRC).

Sarre bolstered Chevènement's office in the 2002 presidential decision and arranged a second Chevènement office in the 2007 presidential race, however Chevènement did not run, rather supporting the Socialist hopeful Ségolène Royal by the first round. Sarre was vanquished in his body electorate by the Socialist Danièle Hoffman-Rispal in the French administrative decision, 2002.

In any case, in front of the 2007 presidential race and 2007 administrative decision in which the MRC bolstered Royal's application as a byproduct of the Socialist Party's underwriting of Sarre's office in the Creuse's second voting public in the June authoritative race.

In spite of the absence of PS resistance, he lost the spillover to UMP occupant Jean Auclair. Sarre was frequently viewed as the co-pioneer of the MRC alongside Chevènement, in spite of the fact that Chevènement is as of now the MRC's President.

Georges Sarre passed away at 83 years old.

Wednesday, 30 January 2019

Aize Obayan, Nigerian academic administrator, Died at 58

Aize Obayan was born on March 4, 1960 and died on January 29, 2019.

She was a Nigerian educational administrator and a Professor of Counselling with specialization in Multicultural aspects of Human Behavioural Disposition.

She acquired her PhD from the University of Ilorin, and before joining Covenant University, she was a senior teacher at the University of Roehampton, UK.

She was the previous Vice-Chancellor of Covenant University, Canaanland, Ota, Nigeria from 2005 until December 2012, when she was supplanted by Professor Charles Ayo. Obayane was additionally the Vice Chancellor of Landmark University, Omu-Aran, Kwara State, which is a standout amongst the best private colleges in Nigeria.

She was also held the situation of Director of ALDC (African Leadership Development Center) in Covenant University.

Obayan was hitched to Adetokunbo Obayan of the authority consultancy firm Adetokunbo Obayan and Associates; he passed on in 2017.

They had two grown-up youngsters together.

She was a brought into the world again Christian.

Aize Obayan passed away at 58 years old.

Yoskar Sarante, Dominican bachata singer, Died at 49

Yoskar "El Prabu" Sarante was born on January 2, 1970 and died on January 28, 2019.

He was an unmistakable Dominican bachata vocalist.

He was a standout amongst the most famous artists of new bachata of Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic.

Conceived of the association of his folks Domingo and Ramona Sarante Ventura, he was the second child of the family, however he was the first to be connected to craftsmanship.

As indicated by Yoskar Sarante, the youthful craftsman said that as a youngster he would stroll with his dad in parks and open squares singing while his dad went with him on guitar, and that is the way they made their living.

Sarante stepped into merengue and had a place with the International Grupo Melao a merengue band in the Dominican Republic. He partook in a few rivalries for kids, featuring the most prominent program of the period "Mundo Infantil." He worked with the nueva bachata development, and was incorporated on gatherings, for example, Bachata Tipico and The Rough Guide to Bachata.

Amid his profession, he was welcome to sing for the civic chairman at the New York Mets Stadium, which picked up him some approval in the United States.

He was broadly known internationally, and his music manages sentimental points. On January 28, 2019, he died due to a pulmonary fibrosis in a hospital in Orlando, Florida.

Yoskar "El Prabu" Sarante passed away at 49 years old.

Kim Bok-dong, South Korean women's rights activist, Died at 93

Kim Bok-dong was born on April 19, 1926 and died on January 28, 2019.

She was one of twenty-six "comfort women" still alive in 2019 in South Korea.

Kim Bok-dong was one of numerous young ladies who were constrained into sexual subjection by the Japanese military; a military that methodicallly enrolled ladies from colonized and involved nations amid World War II.

At age 14, she was kept in solace stations, for a long time, crosswise over various nations in Asia.

Kim Bok-dong's encounters have evoked in her a women's activist cognizance and have driven her to end up a solid lobbyist, upholding to stop brutality against ladies, and for a formal statement of regret from the Japanese government just as remuneration.

Likewise, Kim Bok-dong herself additionally helped other 'comfort ladies' and has made works of art as a type of activism.

She experienced her last days in an emergency clinic bed in Seoul, South Korea, where on 4 January 2018 she was visited by the South Korean President, Moon Jae-in.

Kim Bok-dong passed away at 93 years old.

Susan Hiller, American artist, Died at 78

Susan Hiller was born in 1940, in Tallahassee, Florida and died on January 28, 2019.

She was a American-born artist.

Hiller resided in London, United Kingdom.

Hiller's craft practice included establishment, video, photography, execution and composing.

She went to Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts and got a B.A. in 1961.

In the wake of going through a year in New York City considering photography, film, drawing and semantics, HIller proceeded to seek after a post-advanced education at Tulane University in New Orleans, Louisiana with a National Science Foundation Fellowship in Anthropology. She finished a Ph.D. in Anthropology in 1965.

In the wake of doing hands on work in Mexico, Guatemala and Belize, with a give from the Middle American Research Institute (1962-5), Hiller wound up incredulous of scholastic human studies; she didn't need her examination to be a piece of the "typification of the oppositeness of lived occasions bound to end up another complicit string woven into the texture of 'proof' that would enable human studies to wind up a science".

Hiller addressed at the Slade School of Fine Art, London and has filled in as 'Recognized Visiting Professor' at California State University (1988) and as 'Visiting Professor' at the Department of Art at the University of California, Los Angeles (1992).

Susan Hiller passed away at 78 years old.

Humberto Ak'ab'al, Guatemalan poet, Died at 66

Humberto Ak'ab'al also Ak'abal or Akabal wasborn in 1952 and died on January 28, 2019.

He was a K'iche' Maya poet from Guatemala.

He wrote in his local dialect of K'iche', and afterward made an interpretation of his verse into Spanish.

Along with the interpretations of his works into various dialects and worldwide acknowledgment, Ak'ab'al is viewed as "the most prestigious Maya Ki'che' writer" on the planet.

Humberto Ak'ab'al passed away at 66 years old.

Per Jorsett, Norwegian freelance sports reporter, Died at 98

Per Jorsett was born on May 11, 1920 and died on January 30, 2019.

He was a Norwegian freelance sports reporter, sport historian and sports shooter.

Jorsett reported for Sportsmanden from 1945 to 1961, and for the newspapers Dagbladet and Nationen.

From 1947 to 1991, Jorsett had commissions for the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation , often along with fellow reporter Knut Bjørnsen.

In addition to his writings, there are Norges skytterkonger, Hvem er hvem i norsk idrett and books on the Olympic Games.

Per Jorsett passed away at 98 years old.

Dara Dotiwalla, Indian cricket umpire, Died at 85

Dara Dotiwalla  was born on October 30, 1933 and died on January 30, 2019.

He was a former Indian cricket umpire.

Between 1982 and 1987, Dotiwalla participated in six Test matches, including the second ever Tied Test, and eight ODI games between 1982 and 1988.

Dara Dotiwalla passed away at 85 years old.

Tuesday, 29 January 2019

Egisto Pandolfini, Italian footballer, Died at 92

Egisto Pandolfini was born on February 17, 1926, in Lastra a Signa and died on January 29, 2019.

He was an Italian retired footballer.

He played as a midfielder.

He played for 12 seasons (316 amusements, 75 objectives) in the Serie A for ACF Fiorentina, A.S. Roma, F.C. Internazionale Milano and SPAL 1907.

Pandolfini got 21 tops and scored 9 objectives for the Italian national group, showing up in both the 1950 and 1954 FIFA World Cups, just as the 1948 and 1952 releases of the Summer Olympic Games Football Tournament.

Egisto Pandolfini passed away at 92 years old.

Mohammad Nabi Habibi, Iranian politician, Died at 73

Mohammad Nabi Habibi was born on December 19, 1945 and died on January 29, 2019.

He was an Iranian politician and sociologist.

Habibi was appointed the Secretary-General of the Islamic Coalition Party from 2004 until his death in 2019.

Habibi was Mayor of Tehran from 1983 until 1987, for a span lasting 44 months.

He passed away at 73 years old.

Ian George, Australian Anglican prelate, Died at 84

Ian Gordon Combe George was born on August 13, 1934, and died on January 29, 2019.

He was the third Archbishop of Adelaide and Metropolitan of South Australia from 1991 to 2004.

He was taught at St Peter's College, Adelaide and the University of Adelaide After a prior vocation as a legal counselor, he was appointed a minister in 1964.

He held curacies at St Thomas's, Mamaroneck and St David's, Burnside; and was then minister in control at St Barbara's, Woomera.

After this, he was a cleric and teacher in history at the University of Western Australia.

He was Dean of Brisbane from 1973 to 1981 when he moved toward becoming Archdeacon of Canberra.

In 1989, George was named an associate diocesan of the bishopric and in 1991 was meant Adelaide.

He was appointed five ladies to the organization on 5 December 1992 at St Peter's Cathedral in Adelaide.

In 2004, he surrendered from the job of ecclesiastical overseer due to misusing of sex misuse claims.

He was hitched to Barbara George He relocated to Melbourne following his acquiescence as Archbishop of Adelaide.

He endured a stroke in late 2018, and another in mid 2019.

Ian George passed away at 84 years old.

George Fernandes, Indian politician, Died at 88

George Mathew Fernandes was born on June 3, 1930, and died on January 29, 2019.

He was an Indian trade unionist, politician, journalist, freethinker, and member of Rajya Sabha from Bihar.

Fernandes was a key individual from the Janata Dal and the organizer of the Samata Party.

He held a few clerical portfolios including interchanges, industry, railroads, and guard. A local of Mangalore, Fernandes was sent to Bangalore in 1946 to be prepared as a minister.

In 1949, he moved to Bombay, where he joined the communist exchange association development.

Turning into an exchange association pioneer, Fernandes sorted out numerous strikes and bandhs in Bombay during the 1960s while working with the Indian Railways.

Fernandes vanquished S K Patil of Indian National Congress in the 1967 parliamentary races from the South Bombay (presently south Mumbai) supporters.

Fernandes sorted out the 1974 Railway strike when he was President of the All India Railwaymen's Federation.

He went underground amid the Emergency time of 1975 while testing Prime Minister Indira Gandhi for forcing a condition of emergency, however in 1976 he was captured and attempted in the notorious Baroda explosive case.

In 1977, after the Emergency had been lifted, Fernandes won the Muzaffarpur situate in Bihar in absentia and was designated as Union Minister for Industries.

Amid his residency as association serve, he requested American multinationals IBM and Coca-Cola to leave the nation, because of venture infringement.

He was the main thrust behind the Konkan Railway venture amid his residency as railroad served from 1989 to 1990.

He was a guard serve in the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) Government (1998– 2004) when the Kargil War broke out among India and Pakistan, and India directed its atomic tests at Pokhran.

A veteran communist, Fernandes has been hounded by different debates, including the Barak Missile outrage and the Tehelka undertaking. He won nine Lok Sabha races from 1967 to 2004.

 George Fernandes passed away at 88 years old.

Emmanuel Hocquard, French poet, Died at 78

Emmanuel Hocquard was born on April 11, 1940, and died on January 27, 2019. He was a French poet.

Hocquard experienced childhood in Tangier, Morocco.

Hocquard filled in as the supervisor of the little press Orange Export Ltd. what's more, with Claude Royet-Journoud, altered two treasurys of new American artists, 21+1: Poètes américains ď aujourďhui (with a comparing English volume, 21+1 American Poets Today) and 49+1.

In 1989, he established and coordinated "Un agency sur l'Atlantique", an affiliation cultivating relations among French and American writers.

Other than verse, Hocquard has composed papers, a novel, and interpreted American and Portuguese writers including Charles Reznikoff, Michael Palmer, Paul Auster, Benjamin Hollander, Antonio Cisneros, and Fernando Pessoa.

 With the craftsman Alexandre Delay, he made a video film, Le Voyage à Reykjavik.

Emmanuel Hocquard passed away at 78 years old.

Monday, 28 January 2019

Peter Magowan, American businessman, Died at 76

Peter Alden Magowan was born on April 5, 1942, in New York City and died on January 27, 2019.

He was an American businessman.

He was the overseeing general accomplice of the San Francisco Giants of Major League Baseball from 1993 through 2008.

Magowan filled in as the CEO of Safeway Inc. from 1979 through 1993.

Magowan's maternal granddad was Charles Merrill (1885– 1956), prime supporter of Merrill Lynch and instrumental in the development of Safeway.

His dad, Robert Anderson Magowan, was director and CEO of Safeway; Magowan's mom, Doris Merrill Magowan (1914– 2001), was a philanthropist.

He was the nephew of writer James Merrill (1926– 1995).

He was a local of New York City and was a New York Giants fan preceding the group moving to San Francisco.

Magowan graduated secondary school from Groton School, had a four year certification from Stanford University and a graduate degree from the University of Oxford.

Magowan likewise posted alumni work at Johns Hopkins University.

Following graduation from Stanford, Magowan joined Safeway as a land arbitrator in Washington D.C. Magowan likewise filled in as a District Manager in Houston, a Retail Operations Manager in Phoenix and a Division Manager in Tulsa.

From 1976 to 1978 he was accountable for the Company's global activities.

Magowan was chosen a Director of Safeway in 1978 after the passing of his dad.

In 1979, Magowan was chosen as director and (CEO) of Safeway.

Safeway's poor execution prompted it being the objective of corporate pillagers, bringing about obtaining by KKR going about as a white knight, however he remained on as CEO until 1993, when he surrendered to give all his opportunity to the Giants. He was additionally a chief of Caterpillar, Inc., DaimlerChrysler, and Spring Group, PLC.

He had kicked the bucket in hospice.

Peter Alden Magowan passed away at 76 years old.

Pepe Smith, Filipino rock musician, Died at 71

Joseph William Feliciano Smith was born on December 25, 1947 and died on January 28, 2019.

He was a Filipino singer-songwriter, drummer and guitarist.

He was Known by his stage names Joey Smith and Pepe Smith, he picked up conspicuousness as an individual from Juan de la Cruz Band, which progressed toward becoming spearheading figures in unique Filipino shake music or "Pinoy shake".

Smith has been related with a few ladies through an amazing span, and has five youngsters.

His oldest, Queenie, brought into the world 1976, additionally a stone artist, is the little girl of noted craftsman Agnes Arellano.

She is trailed by previous MYX VJ Sanya Smith, brought into the world 1985, Beebop, brought into the world 1989, Desiderata, brought into the world 1991 and Delta, brought into the world 1992.

He played as one of the two primary characters in the 2014 film Above the Clouds coordinated by Pepe Diokno, the motion picture additionally utilizes a portion of his tunes.

The reason for his passing is yet to be affirmed.

A previous individual from the original Pinoy shake aggregate Juan Dela Cruz Band, Smith endured his third stroke in 2017, with the primary abandoning him with a discourse obstruction.

Pepe Smith passed away at 71 years old in an emergency clinic

Tahseen Said, Iraqi politician, Died at 86

Tahseen Said was born in 1933 and died on January 28, 2019.

He was the genetic pioneer (Mīr, or sovereign) of the Yazidi individuals.

He was additionally the leader of the Yazidi Supreme Spiritual Council and spoke to the Yazidis in all issues in regard of states and clans.

In spite of the fact that the notable base of the family is Ba'adra, Tahseen Said lived in the region capital, Ain Sifni.

The Office of Mīr is genetic and is transmitted from dad to child, and Tahseen Said was the successor of his dad Saied Beg, who passed on in 1944.

Mir Tahseen has a child named Hazim Tahsin Said. Mir Tahseen went in 1975 after the Algiers Agreement prompted the devastating of the Kurds' obstruction.

Amid the 1991– 2003 presence of the Kurdish Autonomous Region, he filled in as sub-leader of the Yezidis in that domain.

He endure a death endeavor in 2004.

On August 4, 2014, Mir Tahseen issued a request to world pioneers concerning the predicament of the Yazidis being assaulted by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant.

Tahseen Said passed away at 86 years old.

Henry Saavedra, American politician, Died at 81

Henry "Kiki" Saavedra was born on March 6, 1937 and died on January 28, 2019.

He was a Democratic individual from the New Mexico House of Representatives, speaking to the tenth District since 1976.

He was a representative, having gone to the University of Albuquerque.

Before his race to the New Mexico House, Saavedra served in different positions with the city of Albuquerque, where he at present dwells.

Saavedra has served on the Appropriations and Transportation House Committees.

He is additionally a veteran of the United States Air National Guard.

Saavedra did not keep running for re-appointment in 2014.

Mourad Medelci, Algerian politician, Died at 75

Mourad Medelci was born on April 30, 1943 nd died January 28, 2019.

He was an Algerian politician.

He served in the government of Algeria as Minister of Foreign Affairs from 2007 to 2013.

Mourad Medelci was President of the Constitutional Council of Algeria from 2013 until the time of his death in 2019.

Mourad Medelci passed 75 years old.

Jurrie Koolhof, Dutch footballer, Died at 59

Jurjen Jacob (Jurrie) Koolhof was born on January 10, 1960 and died on January 28, 2019.

He was a Dutch international football striker and manager.

While he was a player, he had a long and gainful vocation, with 190 alliance objectives.

Jurrie played for various clubs in the Netherlands including Vitesse Arnhem, F.C. Groningen, and PSV Eindhoven.

For the last mentioned, he scored a sum of 69 objectives in 106 appearances and shaped an incredible couple with Norway's Hallvar Thoresen in the mid-1980s.

He was the dad of De Graafschap player Dean Koolhof, and tennis expert Wesley Koolhof.

He was hitched to Monique and had two children, Wesley (brought into the world 1989) and Dean (brought into the world 1994).

He passed on after a long sickness at 59 years.

Jurrie Koolhof passed away at 59 years old.

Pierre Delaunay, French sports official, 99

Pierre Delaunay was born on October 9, 1919, and died on January 27, 2019.

He served as the second General Secretary of UEFA.

Delauney succeeded his father Henri Delaunay in the post, on an interim basis from his father's death on November 9, 1955 and then officially from 8 June 1956.

Delauney died in Versailles.

Pierre Delaunay passed away at 99 years old.

Friday, 25 January 2019

Yıldırım Uran, Turkish football coach, Died at 63

Yıldırım Uran was born on  October 6, 1955 and died on January 21, 2019.

He was a Turkish football manager.

He oversaw or instructed at 22 groups.

Uran got advancement to the Süper Lig with Siirtspor toward the finish of the 1999 to 2000 season.

Uran was the senior mentor for Izmirspor, Bucaspor, Kuşadasıspor, Siirtspor, Manisaspor, Petkimspor, Alanyaspor, Beylerbeyi S.K., Uşakspor, Nazilli Belediyespor and Fethiyespor, dependably in the lower divisions of Turkish football.

Subsequent to filling in as an administrator in his very own right, Uran spent quite a bit of his later profession as an associate to Hamza Hamzaoğlu at various clubs, including at Akhisar Belediyespor, Galatasaray, Bursaspor and Antalyaspor.

Yıldırım Uran passed away at 63 years old.

Leo Paquette, American chemist, Died at 84

Leo Armand Paquette was bornon July 15, 1934 and died on  January 21, 2019.
He was an American organic chemist.

His guardians were Armand and Clarice with roots in Quebec (extraordinary granddad Edmund was conceived in Contrecoeur, Quebec) and he got his B.S. degree from Holy Cross College in 1956 and his Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1959.

 Subsequent to filling in as a Research Associate at the Upjohn Company from 1959 to 1963, he joined the workforce of The Ohio State University.

He was elevated to full teacher in 1969 and was named Distinguished University Professor in 1987.

As an individual from the National Academy of Sciences since 1984, Paquette has served on warning councils for the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the National Science Foundation (NSF), and has been an individual from the article sheets of productions, for example, the Journal of Organic Chemistry, Journal of the American Chemical Society, Organic Syntheses, Organic Reactions, and as the establishing editorial manager of the Electronic Encyclopedia of Reagents for Organic Synthesis (e-EROS).

Leo Armand Paquette passed away at 84 years old.

Andrzej Liss, Polish politician, Died at 68

Andrzej Liss was born on June 9, 1950 and died on January 21, 2019.

He was a Polish politician.

Liss was elected to the Sejm on September 25, 2005 getting 5674 votes in 25 Gdańsk district, candidating from the Law and Justice list.

Liss was also a member of Sejm 2001-2005.

Andrzej Liss passed away at 68 years old.

Edwin Birdsong, American funk keyboardist, Died at 77

Edwin L. Birdsong was born on August 22, 1941 and died on January 21, 2019.

He was an American keyboard/organ player.

Birdsong  was known in the 1970s and 1980s for his experimental funk/disco music.

He did not achieve much chart success, but developed a strong fan base, and has also been sampled by other artists many times, most famously by Daft Punk who sampled "Cola Bottle Baby" in "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger", and Gang Starr who sampled his single "Rapper Dapper Snapper" for their song "Skills".

Edwin Birdsong passed away at 77 years old.

Russell Baker, American writer, Died at 93

Russell Wayne Baker was born on August 14, 1925 and died on  January 21, 2019.

He was an American columnist, storyteller, essayist of Pulitzer Prize-winning humorous critique and self-basic exposition, and writer of Pulitzer Prize-winning life account Growing Up (1982).

Baker cook was a feature writer for The New York Times from 1962 to 1998, and facilitated the PBS show Masterpiece Theater from 1992 to 2004.

The Forbes Media Guide Five Hundred, 1994 expressed: "Dough puncher, because of his particular endowment of treating genuine, even lamentable occasions and patterns with delicate amusingness, has turned into an American establishment.

Russell Wayne Baker passed away at 93 years old.

Bill Mackrides, American football player, Died at 93

William Mackrides was born on July 8, 1925 and died on January 22, 2019.

He was an American football quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League.

Mackrides helped the Eagles win the 1948 and 1949 NFL Championships.

He played school football for the University of Nevada, Reno and drove the country in going in 1946.

In his last proficient season in 1953, he played for the Pittsburgh Steelers and was the last Steeler to wear uniform number 13 of every a normal season diversion until punter Jeremy Kapinos wore that number in 2010.

Afterward, he picked up degrees (MS and PhD) in instruction, undergrad at West Chester State College, a graduate degree at the University of Pennsylvania,and a doctorate in brain science at the University of New Mexico.

Mackrides has since resigned and dwells in Delaware County, Pennsylvania.

Mackrides additionally established Indian Springs Day Camp, a mid year day camp in Chester Springs, Pennsylvania in 1959, which is at present family possessed and worked.

William Mackrides passed away at 93 years old.

James Frawley, American television and film director, Died at 82

James Frawley was born on September 29, 1936,  in Houston, Texas, and diedon  January 22, 2019, in Indian Wells.

He was an American director and actor.

Frawley was a member of the Actors Studio since around 1961.

Frawley was best known for directing The Muppet Movie in 1979 and The Monkees television series.

He had a short-lived acting career, appearing in supporting roles in film and television from 1963 to 1966.

James Frawley passed away at 82 years old.

Charles Vandenhove, Belgian architect, Died at 91

Charles, Knight Vandenhove was born on July 3, 1927, in Teuven  and died on January 22, 2019, Liège.

Vandenhove was one of the leading Belgian architects of the 20th century.

Vandenhove's company Charles Vandenhove et associés is based in Liège, Belgium.

Vandenhove's was mostly known for his work in Belgium, the Netherlands and Paris ranging from the 1950s to the 2010s.

Charles Vandenhove passed away at 91 years old.

Altino Pinto de Magalhães, Portuguese military officer and politician, Died at 96

Altino Pinto de Magalhães was born on May 8, 1922 and died on January 24, 2019.

He was a resigned Army Officer in the Portuguese Armed Forces, Military Governor and authority in the Ministry of the Army, just as the President of the Junta Regional of the Azores.

Magalhães filled in as a general in the Portuguese Armed Forces, who, while having a moderate style, bolstered the Carnation Revolution of April 25, 1974.

Magalhães turned into a possibility for the Presidency of Portugal in 1985 .Altino Pinto de

Magalhães passed away at 96 years old.

Hugh McIlvanney, Scottish sports writer, Died at 84

Hugh McIlvanney was born on February 2, 1934 and died on January 24, 2019.

He was a Scottish journalist and sports writer.

McIlvanneyhad long stints with the British Sunday newspapers The Observer (30 years until 1993) and later 23 years with the Sunday Times (1993 to 2016).

In 1996, McIlvanney was awarded the OBE, was given the Lifetime Achievement Award 2004 by The Scottish Press Awards, and is the only sports writer to be voted Journalist of the Year.

During 2005, McIlvanney was included in the Press Gazette Hall of Fame.

After nearly six decades in the profession, he retired in March 2016.

His brother was the novelist and crime fiction writer William McIlvanney.

He had one son, Conn, and a daughter, Elizabeth.

Hugh McIlvanney passed away at 82 years old.

Fernando Sebastián Aguilar, Spanish Roman Catholic cardinal, Died at 89

Fernando Sebastián Aguilar was born on December 14, 1929, in Calatayud, Province of Zaragoza and died on January 24, 2019.

He was a Spanish cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church and the Archbishop Emeritus of Pamplona y Tudela.

Pope Francis ordained  him a cardinal in a consistory of February 22, 2014.

Fernando Sebastián Aguilar passsed away at 89 years old in Málaga, having suffered a severe stroke just a couple of days prior.

Sebastián Aguilar passed away at 89 years old.

Krishna Sobti, Indian author, Died at 93

Krishna Sobti was born on  February 18, 1925 and died on January 25, 2019.
She  was a Hindi fiction writer and essayist.

She  won the Sahitya Akademi Award in 1980 for her novel Zindaginama and in 1996, was awarded the Sahitya Akademi Fellowship, the highest award of the Akademi.

Sobti earned the Jnanpith Award for her contribution to Indian literature, in 2017.

She was best known for her 1966 novel Mitro Marajani, a proud depiction of a wedded lady's sexuality.

Sobti was likewise the beneficiary of the first Katha Chudamani Award, in 1999, for Lifetime Literary Achievement, aside from winning the Shiromani Award in 1981, Hindi Academy Award in 1982, Shalaka Award of the Hindi Academy Delhi and in 2008, her novel Samay Sargam was chosen for Vyas Samman, initiated by the K. K. Birla Foundation.

Considered the grande woman of Hindi writing, Krishna Sobti was conceived in Gujrat, Punjab, presently in Pakistan; she likewise composes under the name Hashmat and has distributed Hum Hashmat, a gathering of pen pictures of scholars and companions.

Sobti's different books are Daar Se Bichchuri, Surajmukhi Andhere Ke, Yaaron Ke Yaar, Zindaginama. A portion of her outstanding short stories are Nafisa, Sikka Badal gaya, Badalom ke ghere.

Sobti Eka Sohabata incorporates her major chosen works.

Some of her works are presently accessible in English and Urdu.

During 2005, Dil-o-Danish, converted into The Heart Has Its Reasons in English by Reema Anand and Meenakshi Swami of Katha Books, won the Crossword Award in the Indian Language Fiction
Translation classification.

Krishna Sobti passed away at 93 years old.

Meshulam Riklis, Israeli businessman, Died at 95

Meshulam Riklis was born on December 2, 1923,  in Istanbul and died on January 25, 2019.
He was an Israeli businessman.

He experienced childhood in Tel Aviv before going to the United States in 1947 with his first spouse,

Judith Stern, with whom he has three youngsters: Simona (Mona), Marcia, and Ira.

Riklis examined arithmetic at Ohio State University, graduating in 1950.

Riklis's first huge activity was as a lesser stock investigator for the Minneapolis venture firm Piper Jaffray.

Subsequent to separating from his first spouse, the 53-year-old Riklis was hitched to the then 23-year-old Pia Zadora on September 18, 1977.

They had two youngsters, Kady and Kristofer. He then financed the film Butterfly, featuring Zadora.

Her acting in the film was ridiculed by entertainers and expert commentators, winning her the Razzie Award for Worst Actress, yet she likewise won the Golden Globe Award as New Star of the Year after an all around pitched press junket paid for by Riklis, additionally facilitated at his own Riviera Hotel.

Meshulam Riklis and Zadora then purchased and destroyed one of Beverly Hills' best known tourist spots, Pickfair Manor, the previous home of quiet film legends Douglas Fairbanks and Mary Pickford, to manufacture a bigger home on the site.

They lived there until the point that they separated in 1993.

During 2010, at 86 years old, Riklis wedded his third spouse, Tali Sinai, who was very nearly 40 years his junior.

During 2012, his girl, guidance reporter Simona Riklis Ackerman passed on.

Meshulam Riklis passed away at 95 years old.

Koos Andriessen, Dutch politician and economist, Died at 90

Jacobus Eye "Koos" Andriessen was born on July 25, 1928 and died on January 2019.

He was a Dutch politician of the Christian Democratic Appeal (CDA).

He joined the Social Economic Council in 1959, giving up that position when he was appointed Dutch Minister of Economic Affairs in 1963.

Koos Andriessen passed away at 90 years old.

Alexandra Svetlitskaya, Footballer, Died at 47

Alexandra Svetlitskaya was born on August 20, 1971 and died on January 23, 2019.

She  was a Russian football midfielder.

She  represented Russia in the 1999 and 2003 World Cups.

vetlitskaya scored an equalizer against England in the 2001 European Championship.

Alexandra Svetlitskaya passed away at 47 years old.

Erik Olin Wright, American Marxist sociologist, Died at 71

Erik Olin Wright was born on February 9, 1947, in Berkeley, California and died on January 23, 2019.

He  was an American analytical Marxist sociologist, specializing in social stratification, and in egalitarian alternative futures to capitalism.

He was known for diverging from classical Marxism in his breakdown of the working class into subgroups of diversely held power and therefore varying degrees of class consciousness.

Wright introduced novel concepts to adapt to this change of perspective including deep democracy and interstitial revolution.

He started making contributions to the intellectual community in the mid-1970s, along with a whole generation of young academics who were radicalized by the Vietnam War and the civil rights movement.

Wright was elected President of the American Sociological Association, in 2012.

Erik Olin Wright passed away at 71 years old, due acute myeloid leukemia.

Aloysius Pang, Singapore actor, Died at 28

Aloysius Pang Wei Chong was born on August 24, 1990 and died on January 23, 2019.

He was a Singaporean actor managed under NoonTalk Media.

Pang  stopped acting at the age of 14 due to teasing.

He made his comeback in 2012 by starring as the lead role in the Singapore Film Timeless Love, which was directed by Lim Koong Hwee and Singaporean celebrity Dasmond Koh.

He made his directorial debut in 2014 by directing the music video of Singapore-based singer Gavin Teo's I Understand (我懂了), which also starred Xu Bin and Kimberly Chia.

Singapore's Ministry of Defense (MINDEF) declared that Pang on January 19, 2019, who was a reservist holding the position of the corporal top of the line (CFC) in the Singapore Army, was genuinely harmed amid a mishap while preparing in New Zealand.

On 23 January, the Minister for Defense Ng Eng Hen discharged a refresh that Pang's condition had declined, getting to be basic after medical procedure, and that Pang had been set in the emergency unit).

Soon thereafter, MINDEF further refreshed that Pang had passed on from his wounds at 8:45 pm Singapore Standard Time at Waikato Hospital, four days after the mishap.

He was in a relationship with actress Jayley Woo until his death.

Aloysius Pang passed away at 28 years old.

Oliver Mtukudzi, Zimbabwean musician, Died at 66

Oliver "Tuku" Mtukudzi was born on September 22, 1952 and died on January 23, 2019.

He was a Zimbabwean musician, businessman, philanthropist, human rights activist and UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador for Southern Africa Region.

He was considered to have been Zimbabwe's most renowned and internationally recognised cultural icon of all time.

Mtukudzi is the dad of five kids and has two grandkids.

Two of his youngsters are likewise performers.

Mtukudzi's child Sam Mtukudzi, a fruitful performer in his very own right, kicked the bucket in a fender bender in March 2010 and in 2013, he discharged a collection titled "Sarawoga", in tribute to his child.

Mtukudzi was conceived in a group of six.

Oliver Mtukudzi passed away at 66 years old,  at Avenues Clinic in Harare, Zimbabwe.

Hidekichi Miyazaki, Japanese masters athlete, Died at 108

Hidekichi Miyazaki was born on September 22, 1910 and died on January 23, 2019.

He was a Japanese centenarian masters athlete.

He was  nicknamed Golden Bolt, a name play on Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt.

Miyazaki was a former official holder of the world record in the M100 100 metres.

On September 23, 2015, the day after his 105th birthday, he became the second person to compete in the 105 year age division following Pole Stanisław Kowalski who competed earlier in the year on June 28.

Hidekichi Miyazaki passed away at 108 years old.

Jonas Mekas, Lithuanian-born American film director, Died at 96

Jonas Mekas was born on December 24, 1922,  in Semeniškiai, Panevėžys,  and died on January 23, 2019.

He was a Lithuanian American filmmaker, poet, and artist.

Mekas has often been called "the godfather of American avant-garde cinema". His work has been exhibited in museums and festivals worldwide.

One of Mekas last exhibitions, "Notes from Downtown," took place at James Fuentes Gallery in the summer of 2018 on the Lower East Side.

Jonas Mekas died at his home in New York at 96 years old.

Jim McKean, Canadian baseball umpire, Died at 73

James Gilbert McKean was born on May 26, 1945 and died on January 24, 2019.
He was an umpire in Major League Baseball (MLB).

McKean  worked in the American League (AL) from 1973 to 1999, and in both significant classes in 2000 and 2001.

McKean umpired in the World Series in 1979, 1985 and 1995.

McKean likewise directed in five American League Championship Series (1977, 1983, 1987, 1991, 1998) and three All-Star recreations (1980, 1982, 1993), calling balls and strikes for the last diversion, just as the 1981, 1995 and 1999 American League Division Series.

He wore uniform number 8 after the AL embraced uniform numbers in 1980.

After his retirement from dynamic umpiring, McKean turned into a MLB umpire director and after that entered TV as an umpiring advisor for ESPN.

JIm McKean passed away at 73 years old.

Nils Hasselmo, Swedish-American academic administrator, Died at 87

Nils Hasselmo was born on July 2, 1931, in Köla parish in Värmland County, Sweden and died on January 23, 2019.

He  was a Swedish teacher and later on the thirteenth president of the University of Minnesota, serving from 1988 to 1997.

Nils went on to serve as the president of the Association of American Universities from 1998 to 2006.

Hasselmo finished a Ph.D. in linguistics from Harvard University in 1961.

Hasselmo passed away at 87 years old.

Ayşen Gruda, Turkish actress and comedian, Died at 74

Ayşen Gruda was born on August 22, 1944, in Istanbul and died on  January 23, 2019.
She was a Turkish actress and comedian.

Gruda's  paternal family is of Albanian origin.

Ayben, her sisters and Ayten would also go on to become actors.

She showed up in a few musicals, for example, "Mum Söndü", "Deve Kuşu Kabare", "Hababam Sınıfı Müzikali", "Yedi Kocalı Hürmüz".

Gruda's job in the outline Her Domates Güzeli Nahide Şerbet on TV, picked up her the moniker "Domates Güzeli".

Gruda  showed up in more than 100 movies including works of art, for example, Tosun Paşa, Süt Kardeşler, Gülen Gözler, Şabanoğlu Şaban, Hababam Sınıfı, and Neşeli Günler.

Ayşen Gruda passed away at 74 years old due to pancreatic cancer in Istanbul.

Jack Thomas Brinkley, American politician, Died at 88

Jack Thomas Brinkley was born on December 22, 1930, in Faceville, Georgia  and died on January 23, 2019.

He was an American politician, educator and lawyer.

Following his graduating from Young Harris College in 1949, Brinkley became a school teacher for several years before serving as a pilot in the United States Air Force from 1951-1956.

After his military administration, Brinkley entered the University of Georgia School of Law in Athens, graduated with a Juris Doctor qualification in 1959, and turned into a rehearsing legal counselor in Columbus, Georgia.

His political vocation comprised of one term in the Georgia House of Representatives from 1965– 1966 and eight back to back terms in the U.S. Place of Representatives starting in 1967 and finishing in 1983 when he decided not to keep running for re-appointment.

Brinkley was a segregationist who casted a ballot against the Civil Rights Act of 1968.

Brinkley additionally casted a ballot against expanding the Federal Voting Rights Act of 1965.

Following his retirement, he moved to Columbus, Georgia.

Jack Thomas Brinkley passed away at 88 years old.

Diana Athill, British literary editor & novelist, Died at 101

Diana Athill was born on December 21, 1917 and died on  January 24, 2019.

She was a British literary editor, novelist and memoirist.

She worked with some of the greatest writers of the 20th century at the London-based publishing company Andre Deutsch Ltd.

As indicated by writer Mick Brown, "She properties her departure from tradition to her first love, Tony Irvine, a RAF pilot with whom she began to look all starry eyed at 15 years old, and who was honored, she says, 'with an extremely open way to deal with life.'" The disappointment of her association with Irvine (alluded to as Paul in Instead of a Letter), her "extraordinary love", "scourged" numerous years: "My undertakings from that point onward, I kept them paltry in the event that I could. I was terrified of power, since I realized I would have been hurt." Irvine did battle in Egypt, and in the long run quit answering to Athill's letters, at that point two years after the fact asked for to end their engagement.

At age 43, Athill endured a miscarriage.
Diana Athill considered herself a "sucker for abused nonnatives", a tendency she described as an "entertaining crimp" in her maternal sense: "I never especially needed kids, however it turned out in loving faltering ducks.

"One sweetheart, the Egyptian creator Waguih Ghali, a burdensome, submitted suicide in her level.

Her most astounding issue, about which she later composed a book, was "a momentary, and particularly odd" association with Hakim Jamal, an American Black radical who attested he was God and was a cousin of Malcolm X. Jamal's other darling Gale Benson, was killed by Trinidadian Black Power pioneer Michael X. Jamal was slaughtered by others a year later.

Athill's record of these occasions was distributed in 1993 as Make Believe: A True Story.

Diana Athill's longest relationship was with the Jamaican writer Barry Reckord.

The undertaking kept going eight years, yet he shared her level for forty.
Athill portrayed it as a "withdrew" kind of marriage.

Athill moved into a level in a north London living arrangement for the "dynamic old" toward the finish of 2009, saying about this choice: "Nearly without a moment's delay on landing in the home I realized that it was going to suit me. Also, beyond any doubt enough, it does.

An actual existence free of stresses in a cozy little nest...."She turned 100 in December 2017.
Diana Athill passed awat at 101 years old.

Kevin Barnett, American comedian & television writer, Died at 83

John Mortimer Fourette Smith was born June 23, 1935 and died on January 22, 2019.

He was an American prelate of the Roman Catholic Church.

Barnett served as the ninth Bishop of Trenton, having previously served as Bishop of Pensacola-Tallahassee from 1991 to 1995.
At the time of his death, he was serving as the Bishop Emeritus of Trenton, having been succeeded upon his retirement for age reasons by his Coadjutor Bishop, former Catholic University of America President David M. O'Connell, on Wednesday, December 1, 2010.

John Mortimer Fourette Smith passed away at 83 years old.

Renzo Pigni, Italian politician, Died at 93

Renzo Pigni was born on September 24, 1925 and died on January 25, 2019.

He was an Italian politician.

He was appointed a Deputy (from 1953 to 1972) and as Mayor of Como (from 1992 to 1993).

Renzo Pigni passed away at 93 years old.

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Elio Berhanyer, Spanish fashion designer, Died at 89

Elio Berhanyer was born on February 20, 1929 and died on January 24, 2019.

He was a Spanish fashion designer.

He was awarded several prizes in his career. Berhanyer's designs were worn by actresses such as Ava Gardner and Cyd Charisse.

He started working as a seamster, in 1956 Following four years, Berhanyer opened up his own shop in the cities of Madrid and Barcelona.

Berhanyer's name spread quickly and he quickly won the Cadillac House Award for being the best designer of the year.

Berhanyer had a collection that gained recognition in order to win this award.

Berhanyer had upon occasion represented Spain in the International Fashion Week.

Elio Berhanyer passed away at 89 years old.

Ryszard Peryt, Polish conductor and librettist, Died at 71

Ryszard Peryt was born on March 9, 1947, in Zielona Góra and died on January 23, 2019.

He was a Polish opera director, conductor, producer and actor.

Ryszard Peryt was also a librettist, having written the libretto of Zygmunt Krause's Balthazar.

Ryszard Peryt passed away at 71 years old.

Lin Ching-hsuan, Taiwanese writer, Died at 65

Lin Ching-hsuan was born on February 26, 1953 and died on January 23, 2019.

He was a Taiwanese essayist.
He won numerous prizes. He used several pen names including Qin Qing (秦情), Lin Li (林漓), Lin Da-bei (林大悲), among others.’ 

His composition depends on things occurred in every day life, and composed with an extremely delicate account. 

Ching-hsuan was great at watching subtleties throughout everyday life and abstracting those perceptions into ideas. 

With Buddhist development, he applies Zen intelligence to his elucidation of life, and along these lines, he manages the perusers to mull over and acquire profound sublimation in their life.
Furthermore, there is no confounded dialect and talk in Lin's writing.
The effortlessness and promotion of his works enable normal individuals to comprehend his ideas effectively.

Ching-hsuan passed away at 65 years old.

Ian Shirley, New Zealand social policy academic, Died at 78

Ian Francis Shirley died on January 20, 2019

He was New Zealand's first professor of public policy and an advocate for social justice.
He founded the Institute of Public Policy at Auckland University of Technology.
He was appointed as a lecturer in the Social Work Unit at Massey University in 1977, and promoted to senior lecturer in 1980.

He retired from Auckland University of Technology in 2016, and was accorded the titile of professor emeritus.

Ian Francis Shirley passed away at 78 years old.

William A. Thomas, College football player & coach, Died at 70

 William A. Thomas was born on October 21, 1948 and died on January 18, 2019.

 He was an American football player and coach.
William A. Thomas  was the 15th head football coach for the Tennessee State University Tigers located in Nashville, Tennessee and he held that position for five seasons, from 1984 until 1988.
Thomas' career coaching record at Tennessee State was 34–20–3.

William A. Thomas passed away at 70 years old.

Gary Gutting, American philosopher, Died at 76

Gary Michael Gutting was born on April 11, 1942 and died on January 18, 2019.

He was an American philosopher and holder of an endowed chair in philosophy at the University of Notre Dame.

He was a specialist on the rationalist Michel Foucault and an editorial manager of Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews. 

Through his productions in such news sources as The New York Times and The Stone, he embraced the job of an open scholarly. 

He managed both mainland and scientific rationality and had composed on spanning the diagnostic mainland isolate.

Gary Michael Gutting passed away at 76 year old.

Gilles Paquet, Canadian economist, Died at 82

Gilles Paquet was born on July 19, 1936 and died on January 18, 2019.

He was a Canadian economist.
He was appointed the President of the Royal Society of Canada from 2003 to 2005.
Paquet was Professor Emeritus at the School of Management and Senior Research Fellow at the Centre on Governance of the University of Ottawa until his death.

He was active as a journalist on the radio and television network of Radio-Canada from the 1970s onwards, working as an editorial writer for some 5 years in the print media in the 1990s, and as commentator on national affairs on TVOntario from 1995 to 2006. 

Gilles Paquet passed away at 82 years old.

Cees Haast, Dutch racing cyclist, Died at 80

Cees Haast was born on November 19, 1938 and died on January 18, 2019.

He was a Dutch cyclist.

Cees Haast passed away at 80 years old.

Franco Pian, Italian footballer, Died at 96

Franco Pian was born on February 16, 1922 and died on January 18, 2019.

He was an Italian professional football player.

He died at 96 years old.

John Coughlin, American figure skater, Died at 33

John Coughlin was born on December 1, 1985, in Kansas City, Missouri. and died on January 18, 2019.

He was an American pair skater.

With Caydee Denney, he was the 2012 Four Continents silver medalist and 2012 U.S. national hero. 
With past accomplice Caitlin Yankowskas, he was the 2011 U.S. champion.
John Coughlin was the son of a third-generation police officer.
John Coughlin's mother, Stacy, died in February 2010 due to a chronic illness.
John Coughlin had a sister, Angela Laune.
He was found dead from suicide on January 18, 2019, one day after being suspended from figure skating for unspecified allegations.

John Coughlin passed away at 33 years old.

Henry Sy, Retailer & investor, Died at 94

Henry Tan Chi Sieng Sy Sr. was born on October 15, 1924, in Fujian, China and died on January 19, 2019.
He was a Chinese-Filipino business magnate and philanthropist,
He was known as the "father of modern Philippine retail".
Sy moved with his family to the Philippines at age 12. While his family came back to China, he remained behind and established ShoeMart, a little Manilla shoe store, in 1958. 
Throughout the decades he formed ShoeMart into SM Investments, one of the biggest aggregates in the Philippines, incorporating 77 SM shopping centers in the Philippines and China, 62 retail establishments, 56 general stores and more than 200 supermarkets. 
SM likewise claims Banco de Oro, the second biggest bank in the Philippines, and land property. 

For eleven straight years until his passing, Sy was named by Forbes as the most extravagant individual in the Philippines.

At the time of his death on January 19, 2019, his estimated net worth amounted to US$19 billion, making him the 53rd richest person in the world.

Henry Sy passed away at 94 years old.

Muriel Pavlow, Actress, Died at 97

Muriel Lilian Pavlow was born on June 27, 1921 and died on January 19, 2019.

She was an English actress.
Muriel's mom was French and her dad was Russian.
She began to function as a kid performer with John Gielgud and the Shakespeare Memorial Theater in Stratford-upon-Avon. 

Amid December 1937, at sixteen, Pavlow assumed the job of Gretel in a BBC Television generation of Hansel and Gretel. 

She was hitched to the performer Derek Farr from 1947 until his demise in 1986. 

They met in 1941 amid the shooting of Quiet Wedding and again at the arrangement of The Shop at Sly Corner in 1947. 

They kept on performing together in front of an audience and in movies.
They had no kids. 

She was accepted into the on-screen characters' consideration home and philanthropy Denville Hall and was dynamic on its administration advisory group.

Muriel Lilian Pavlow passed away at 97 years old.

Jaswinder Singh Sandhu, Indian politician, Died at 63

Jaswinder Singh Sandhu died on January 19, 2019.

He was a member of the Haryana Legislative Assembly from the INLD representing the Pehowa Vidhan sabha Constituency in Haryana.

Jaswinder Singh Sandhu passed away at 63 years old due to cancer.