Who passed away today in 2015?

Celebrity Deaths 2015

Who passed away today in 2015?

Celebrity Deaths 2015

Donna Douglas January 01 Rod Taylor January 07 Bob Simon February 11
Suzanne Crough April 27 B.B. King May 14 Christopher Lee June 7
Frank Gifford Aug. 09 Dean Jones Sept. 01 Yogi Berra Sept. 22
Robert Loggia Dec. 4 Martin Brooks Dec. 7 Wayne Rogers Dec 31

Who died in July 2015?

July 2015

  • Nasser al-Hafi, Egyptian lawyer and politician, MP (since 2012), shot.
  • Cecil, 13, Zimbabwean protected lion, shot.
  • David P.
  • Curly Moe, 53, Canadian professional wrestler, liver cancer.
  • Val Doonican, 88, Irish singer and television presenter.
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  • Edward Greenfield, 86, English music critic and broadcaster.

Who died january 2021?

January 2021

  • Abdul Hakim Al-Taher, 71, Sudanese director and actor, COVID-19.
  • George Ancona, 91, American photo essayist and illustrator.
  • Barry Austin, 52, British record holder, nation’s heaviest man, heart attack.
  • Jan de Bie, 74, Dutch painter and photographer.

Who are some famous people that died in 2015?

Discover the most famous people died who died in the year 2015. This list includes people like John Forbes Nash Jr., A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, Christopher Lee, Leonard Nimoy, Scott Weiland and many more. This list of celebrities is loosely sorted by popularity.

What is the death rate from summer heat?

Summer Deaths Due to Heat and Cardiovascular Disease in the United States, 1999–2014 Between 1979 and 2014, the death rate as a direct result of exposure to heat (underlying cause of death) generally hovered around 0.5 to 1 deaths per million people, with spikes in certain years (see Figure 1).

Who are some famous people that died from cancer?

Yolanda López (79), an acclaimed American artist, painter, printmaker, and film producer known for her reimagined paintings of the Virgen de Guadalupe, died of cancer at her San Jose Avenue home. Former Patriots wide receiver David Patten (47), a three-time Super Bowl winner, was killed in a motorbike accident outside Columbia, South Carolina.

What causes summer deaths in the United States?

Summer Deaths Due to Heat and Cardiovascular Disease in the United States, 1999–2018 This figure shows rates for deaths that medical professionals have classified as being caused by a combination of cardiovascular disease (diseases of the circulatory system) and heat exposure.