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List of deaths September 2022

 September 8, 2022 

Elizabeth II, 96

Queen Elizabeth II, 96
(21 April 1926 – 8 September 2022) 

 

The BBC reported that British Queen Elizabeth II (born Elizabeth Alexandra Mary) died at the age of 96. Buckingham Palace announced earlier today that doctors are concerned about the health of the 96-year-old British Queen and that she is under medical supervision. Immediately following the doctor's announcement, members of the royal family rushed to the queen's Scottish summer residence, Balmoral Castle. Queen Elizabeth II was the longest-reigning British monarch and the world's oldest monarch. Queen Elizabeth celebrated her 70th year on the throne earlier this year. The new King of the United Kingdom is Charles, the man who has waited for the longest in the history of the thousand-year-old monarchy. Queen's death was announced online by the royal family, who stated that she "died peacefully." The cause was not specified in the announcement.

 September 7, 2022 

 September 6, 2022 

Guy Morriss, 71

Guy Morriss, 71
(May 13, 1951 – September 6, 2022)

Former American football player (Philadelphia Eagles, New England Patriots) and Former Kentucky and Baylor head football coach Guy Morriss died Tuesday after a battle with Alzheimer’s disease, his family and team announced.

 September 5, 2022 

Moon Landrieu, 92

Moon Landrieu, 92
(July 23, 1930 – September 5, 2022)

Former New Orleans Mayor Maurice "Moon" Landrieu, who led the city from 1970 to 1978 before serving as a Cabinet member in President Jimmy Carter's administration from 1979 to 1981, died at his home in New Orleans, according to his family.

 September 4, 2022 

 September 3, 2022 

 September 2, 2022 

Frank Drake, 92

Frank Drake, 92
(May 28, 1930 – September 2, 2022)

American astrophysicist and astronomer Frank Donald Drake died at his home in Aptos, California, from natural causes. He was involved in the search for extraterrestrial intelligence, including the founding of SETI (The search for extraterrestrial intelligence), mounting the first observational attempts to detect extraterrestrial communications in 1960 in a SETI experiment called "Project Ozma," developing the Drake equation, and creating the Arecibo Message.

 September 1, 2022 

Earnie Shavers, 78

Earnie Shavers, 78
(August 31, 1944 – September 1, 2022)

Earnie Shavers, a heavyweight boxer who competed in the 1970s and with a career record of 68 knockouts, was one of the sport's hardest punchers, who Muhammad Ali said hit him "so hard, it shook his family in Africa," passed away on Thursday, one day after turning 78.  Earnie Shavers, often known as "The Destroyer," was dubbed by Ali as the hardest punching heavyweight he had ever faced. No cause of death has been made public.

Ravil Maganov, 67

Ravil Maganov, 67
(25 September 1954 – 1 September 2022)

The death of Ravil Maganov, a famous oil entrepreneur from Russia, on Thursday morning after he fell from a hospital window in Moscow has raised questions about possible foul play considering how regularly loud Kremlin critics have been killed by shooting, poisoning, or defenestration. Maganov is the most recent in a line of prominent corporate leaders to pass away suddenly.

List of deaths August 2022

 August 31, 2022 

Lee Thomas, 86

Lee Thomas, 86
(February 5, 1936 – August 31, 2022)

Steve White, a sports columnist for SB Nation and a former NFL player (Defensive end) with the Buccaneers and Jets who played seven seasons combined, passed away on Tuesday at the age of 48. In 2014, White received a diagnosis of chronic lymphocytic leukemia. White declared he needed a bone marrow transplant in April 2022.

 August 30, 2022 

Steve White, 48

Steve White, 48
(October 25, 1973 – August 30, 2022)

Steve White, a sports columnist for SB Nation and a former NFL player (Defensive end) with the Buccaneers and Jets who played seven seasons combined, passed away on Tuesday at the age of 48. In 2014, White received a diagnosis of chronic lymphocytic leukemia. White declared he needed a bone marrow transplant in April 2022.

Luke Bell, 32

Luke Bell, 32
(January 27, 1990 – found dead; August 30, 2022)

Luke Bell, an American country music singer, and composer (where you been? "jealous guy") has passed away at the age of 32. His retro sound included elements of Bakersfield, Nashville, and Texas. Bell was discovered deceased in Tucson, Arizona, on Friday. The Tucson Police Department inquiry is still underway, according to authorities. No other information was provided.

Mikhail Gorbachev, 91

Mikhail Gorbachev, 91
(2 March 1931 – 30 August 2022) 

Mikhail S. Gorbachev, a Russian politician who served as the last head of the Soviet Union and won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1990, died at the age of 91 in Moscow's Central Clinical after a protracted and serious illness. He had been on a path of radical reform that ended the Cold War, changed the course of the nuclear arms race, and loosened Communist Party controls in an effort to save the failing Soviet state but instead accelerated its demise.

 August 29, 2022 

 August 28, 2022 

 August 27, 2022 

Robert LuPone, 76

Robert LuPone, 76
(July 29, 1946 – August 27, 2022)

Bob LuPone (76), an American actor and artistic director who was also the brother of actress Patti LuPone and the founder of the off-Broadway company MCC Theater, died on Saturday after a three-year battle with pancreatic cancer. The MCC Theater confirmed LuPone's passing in a statement issued on Saturday.

 August 26, 2022 

 August 25, 2022 

Joey DeFrancesco, 51

Joey DeFrancesco, 51
(April 10, 1971 – August 25, 2022)

Joey DeFrancesco, a five-time Grammy nominee who was largely recognized for reintroducing the organ into jazz circles in recent decades, died at the age of 51. Gloria, his wife, announced his death on social media. Gloria DeFrancesco did not specify where or when he died, nor did she specify the cause of death.

 August 24, 2022 

Joe E. Tata, 85 

Joe E. Tata, 85 
(September 13, 1936 – August 24, 2022)

Joe E. Tata, an American television actor best known for his recurring role as Nat Bussichio, the proprietor and manager of the Peach Pit diner, on the Fox television drama Beverly Hills, 90210, died in Woodland Hills, California, at the age of 85 from Alzheimer's disease, his daughter Kelly and lawyer Richard W. Sharpe announced on social media.

Len Dawson, 87

Len Dawson, 87
(June 20, 1935 – August 24, 2022)

Len Dawson (born Leonard Ray Dawson), an American football quarterback who played for the Pittsburgh Steelers and Dallas Texans/Kansas City Chiefs for 19 seasons in the NFL and AFL, died at the age of 87 at the University of Kansas Medical Center. Len Dawson presented HBO's weekly television sports show Inside the NFL from 1977 through 2001.

 August 23, 2022 

 August 22, 2022 

Jerry Allison, 82

Jerry Allison, 82
(August 31, 1939 – August 22, 2022)

Jerry Allison, well known as the drummer for the rock and roll group "Crickets," passed very suddenly after experiencing "serious medical troubles." He was also credited as co-writer of the hits "That'll Be the Day" and "Peggy Sue," both of which were recorded with Buddy Holly. Jerry's passing was announced via a statement on his official Facebook page. The cause of death is yet unknown.

 August 21, 2022 

Tom Weiskopf, 79

Tom Weiskopf, 79
(Nov. 9, 1942 – August 21, 2022)

Tom Weiskopf (born Thomas Daniel Weiskopf), an American professional golfer, golf course architect, and former CBS, ABC Sports ESPN golf analyst who competed on the PGA Tour and the Champions Tour, died of pancreatic cancer at the age of 79. The 1970s were Weiskopf's most successful decade. Between 1968 and 1982, he won 16 PGA Tour titles.

 August 20, 2022 

Ioane King, 49

Ioane King, 49
(1973 – August 20, 2022)

A TV star died at the age of 49 after a battle with cancer. Ioane 'John' King, who starred in Spartacus (2010) and Spartacus: Gods of the Arena (2011), was diagnosed with adenocarcinoma cancer in January.

 August 19, 2022 

Tekla Juniewicz, 116

Tekla Juniewicz, 116
(June 10, 1906 – August 19, 2022)

Ms. Tekla Juniewicz, the second-oldest person in the world, the oldest woman in Polish history, the record holder for Poland's longevity, and above all a remarkable woman with a huge heart and a strong spirit, passed away this morning, on August 19. For 116 years, two months, and nine days, she lived.

 August 18, 2022 

 August 17, 2022 

Luke Knox, 22

Luke Knox, 22
(19 Sept. 1999 – 17 August 2022) 

Luke Knox, a linebacker at Florida International, passed away. He was 22. FIU coach Mike MacIntyre made the announcement of Knox's passing on Thursday morning. Knox's cause of death was not disclosed by the coach. Luke Knox passed away after being hospitalized late on Wednesday night.

 August 16, 2022 

"Kal" David Raskin

"Kal" David Raskin, 79
(June 15, 1943 – August 16, 2022)

American blues guitarist, singer, and songwriter "Kal" David Raskin passed away at the age of 79, according to his wife Lauri. Kal had a five-decade musical career in Illinois, New York, and California. He also provided the voice of Sonny Eclipse for Cosmic Ray's Starlight Café in the Magic Kingdom.

Duggie Brown, 82

Duggie Brown, 82
(7 August 1940 – 16 August 2022)

Duggie Brown, the legendary English comedian, and actor who starred in the BBC's world-famous series Coronation Street and Last of the Summer Wine, has died at the age of 82, according to his longtime manager and friend Lee Morgan. Duggie Brown was the brother of English actress, singer, and television personality Lynne Perrie.

 August 15, 2022 

Frederick Buechner, 96

Frederick Buechner, 96
(July 11, 1926 – August 15, 2022)

According to his family and Buechner's son-in-law and literary enforcer, David, Buechner died peacefully at the age of 96 in Rupert, Vermont. Frederick Buechner was an American novelist, poet, autobiographer, essayist, preacher, and Presbyterian pastor who never served in a church but discovered his vocation through creating a vast number of novels, memoirs, and essays that examine the human condition in an uplifting and often amusing manner. 

Pete Carril, 92

Pete Carril, 92
(July 10, 1930 – August 15, 2022)

Legendary men's basketball coach Pete Carril (92) best known for his 30 years as head coach of Princeton University and his use of the "Princeton offense," died at Penn Hospital in Philadelphia. Pete Carril also worked as an assistant coach for the Sacramento Kings and at Lehigh University.

 August 14, 2022 

 August 13, 2022 

Denise Dowse, 64

Denise Dowse, 64
(Feb. 21, 1958 – August 13, 2022)

Denise Dowse, an American actress best known for her work in "Beverly Hills, 90210," "The Guardian," and "Insecure," has passed away following a battle with viral meningitis. She had a 64-year-old age. According to her sister Tracey Dowse, Dowse went into a coma earlier this month.

Robyn Griggs, 49

Robyn Griggs, 49
(April 30, 1973 – August 13, 2022)

American actress Robyn Griggs, well known to daytime viewers in the 1990s for her roles in Another World and One Life to Live, has died aged 49 after a lengthy battle with cervical cancer. 

 August 12, 2022 

Togo Palazzi, 90

Togo Palazzi, 90
(August 8, 1932 – August 12, 2022) 

According to a team statement, former Boston Celtics wing Togo Palazzi has died. The 90-year-old Celtics legend was a member of the club in its early days, playing for the team for portions of three seasons until being traded to the (then) Syracuse Nationals (now, Philadelphia 76ers) for monetary considerations in 1956.

Anne Heche, 53

Anne Heche, 53
(May 25, 1969 – August 12, 2022)

American actress Anne Heche (born Anne Celeste Heche) known for her roles in films such as 'Psycho', 'Donnie Brasco' and 'Cedar Rapids' who had a terrible car accident last week, passed away today. The news was confirmed by her family after they had previously announced that they would take her off life support.  On August 8, a representative for Heche said she was in a coma in extremely critical condition, with medical ventilation required for a pulmonary injury.

 August 11, 2022 

Michael Badnarik, 68

Michael Badnarik, 68
(August 1, 1954 – August 11, 2022)

Michael Badnarik, an American software engineer, political activist (the Libertarian Party's candidate for President of the United States in the 2004 elections), and radio talk show anchor, died of heart failure at the age of 68. In 2009, Badnarik survived a heart attack.

 August 10, 2022 

 August 9, 2022 

Gene LeBell, 89

Gene LeBell, 89
(October 9, 1932 – August 9, 2022) 

American martial artist and stunt performer known as "the Godfather of Grappling" (Darkman, L.A. Confidential, Total Recall), who worked on over 1,000 films and TV shows, died at the age of 89.

 August 8, 2022 

Dame Olivia Newton-John, 73

Dame Olivia Newton-John, 73

(26 Sept. 1948 – 8 Aug. 2022)
British-Australian singer ("I Honestly Love You," "Physical"), actress (Grease), Grammy winner (1974, 1975, 1982), and environmental and animal rights activist died at her Ranch in Southern California, surrounded by family and friends. John Easterling, her husband, announced her death.

 August 7, 2022 

Roger E. Mosley, 83

Roger E. Mosley, 83 
(Dec. 18, 1938 – Aug. 7, 2022)

American actor, director, and writer Roger E. Mosley best known for his role as helicopter pilot Theodore "T.C." Calvin in the CBS television series Magnum, P.I., died at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center at the age of 83 from injuries incurred in a traffic collision.

 August 6, 2022 

Archie Battersbee, 12

Archie Battersbee, 12

(2010 – August 6, 2022)

Archie Battersbee, a British boy, died when life support was turned off at the end of a long court fight between his parents and physicians.

 August 5, 2022 

Clu Gulager, 93

Clu Gulager, 93

(Nov. 16, 1928 – Aug. 5, 2022)

William Martin Gulager, better known as Clu Gulager died of natural causes at his Los Angeles home. Gulager was an American television and film actor and director (The Return of the Living Dead, The Tall Man, The Last Picture Show).

 August 4, 2022 

Neil "Soapy" Castles, 87

Neil "Soapy" Castles, 87
(October 1, 1934 – Aug. 4, 2022)

Neil "Soapy" Castles, was a american NASCAR Grand National and Winston Cup Series driver. "Soapy"  raced from 1957 to 1976, and won the NASCAR Grand National East Series in 1972.

 August 3, 2022 

Jack Deloplaine, 68

Jack Deloplaine, 68
(April 21, 1954 – Aug. 3, 2022)

Jack "Hydroplane" Deloplaine, was a two-time Super Bowl champion, who played four seasons as a running back in the National Football League (NFL). Deloplaine, who had previously played college football for the Salem Tigers, played for the Pittsburgh Steelers, Washington Redskins, and Chicago Bears from 1976 to 1979.

 August 2, 2022 

Vin Scully, 94

Vin Scully, 94
(Nov. 29, 1927 – Aug. 2, 2022)

American Hall of Fame sportscaster  best known for calling games for Major League Baseball's Los Angeles Dodgers for 67 seasons (1950–2016).

 August 1, 2022 

Robert E. Simanek, 92

Robert E. Simanek, 92
(26 April 1930 – 1 Aug. 2022)

Former American marine, Medal of Honor recipient (1953), the United States military's highest decoration for his actions during the Korean War.

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