Deaths in October 2018
The following is a list of deaths that should be noted in October 2018. For deaths that should be noted before the month that the world is in, please see "Months". Names under each date are noted in the order of the alphabet by last name or pseudonym. Deaths of non-humans are noted here also if it is worth noting.
Each listing of a death must have a source. If no reference is included, the death notice will be removed. The following are the requirements of adding a name to the list in its order: name, age, where they came from, what the person is known for, cause of death (if known) and a source.
October[change | change source]
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- Charles Aznavour, 94, French-Armenian singer ("La Bohème", "She", "The Old Fashioned Way"), lyricist and actor (Shoot the Piano Player), cardiopulmonary arrest complicated by pulmonary edema.
- Stelvio Cipriani, 81, Italian composer (The Bounty Killer, The Stranger Returns, La polizia sta a guardare), complications from a stroke.
- Carlos Ezquerra, 70, Spanish comics artist (Judge Dredd, Preacher), lung cancer.
- Jerry González, 69, American bandleader and trumpeter, heart attack.
- Đỗ Mười, 101, Vietnamese politician, General Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam (1991–1997) and Prime Minister (1988–1991), multiple organ failure.
- Graciano Rocchigiani, 54, German professional boxer, WBC (1988–1989) and IBF world champion (1998–2000), car accident.
- Juan Romero, 68, American busboy, witness to the Robert F. Kennedy assassination, heart attack.
- Franco Sar, 84, Italian Olympic decathlete (1960, 1964), heart attack.
- Antoine Sfeir, 69, Lebanese journalist and professor.
2[change | change source]
- Smilja Avramov, 100, Serbian law academic, President of the International Law Association (since 1980) and member of the Senate of Republika Srpska (1996–2009), congestive heart failure.
- Balabhaskar, 40, Indian violinist, composer and record producer, heart attack.
- Geoff Emerick, 72, English recording engineer (Abbey Road Studios, The Beatles), multi-Grammy winner, heart attack.
- Dorothy Hukill, 72, American politician, member of the Florida House of Representatives (2004–2012) and Senate (since 2012), cervical cancer.
- Thampi Kannanthanam, 64, Indian movie director (Thavalam, Bhoomiyile Rajakkanmar, Freedom).
- Roman Kartsev, 79, Russian actor (Heart of a Dog, Promised Heaven, Old Hags) and comedian, cardiac arrest.
- Jamal Khashoggi, 59, Saudi journalist and columnist (The Washington Post), strangled.
- Hermenegildo Sábat, 85, Uruguayan-born Argentine political cartoonist and journalist (El País), heart attack.
3[change | change source]
- Elisabeth Andersen, 98, Dutch actress (Hague Comedy).
- Julien Bogaert, 94, Belgian Olympic sprint canoeist (1948).
- Sir Roger Gibbs, 83, British financier.
- Joseph Kamaru, 79, Kenyan benga musician and political activist, complications from Parkinson's disease.
- Leon M. Lederman, 96, American experimental physicist (Bottom quark) and scientific writer (The God Particle), Nobel Prize winner (1988), complications from dementia.
- Bent Lorentzen, 83, Danish composer, lymphoma.
- Hollie Pihl, 90, American judge, District Court Judge for Washington County (1969–1995).
4[change | change source]
- Dave Anderson, 89, American sportswriter (The New York Times), Pulitzer Prize winner (1981), heart failure.
- Jeanne Ashworth, 80, American speed skater, Olympic bronze medalist (1960), pancreatic cancer.
- Hamiet Bluiett, 78, American jazz saxophonist (World Saxophone Quartet) and composer, complications from a stroke.
- Kevin Ellison, 31, American football player (San Diego Chargers, Spokane Shock).
- Kurt Malangré, 84, German politician, MEP (1979–1999), lung cancer.
- José Sacal, 74, Mexican surrealist sculptor, leukemia.
- Will Vinton, 70, American animator (The California Raisins, The Adventures of Mark Twain, Return to Oz), Oscar winner (1974), multiple myeloma.
5[change | change source]
- Jimmy Duquennoy, 23, Belgian racing cyclist, cardiac arrest.
- Ray Galton, 88, British screenwriter (Hancock's Half Hour, Steptoe and Son), dementia.
- Ivar Odnes, 55, Norwegian politician, MP (since 2017), pancreatic cancer.
- Víctor Pey, 103, Spanish-born Chilean engineer and political activist, counselor of Salvador Allende.
6[change | change source]
- Eef Brouwers, 79, Dutch journalist and spokesman, Director-general of the RVD (1995–2004), colorectal cancer.
- Montserrat Caballé, 85, Spanish opera singer, gallbladder infection.
- Quentin Kenihan, 43, Australian disability activist, actor (Mad Max: Fury Road) and politician, asthma attack.
- Don Sandburg, 87, American actor (Bozo's Circus), Alzheimer's disease.
- Scott Wilson, 76, American actor (The Walking Dead, In Cold Blood, The Ninth Configuration), complications from leukemia.
7[change | change source]
- Peggy McCay, 90, American actress (Days of Our Lives, Love of Life, Murphy's Romance), Emmy winner (1991).
- Moi-Yo Miller, 104, Australian actress and illusionist, dementia.
- Oleg Pavlov, 48, Russian novelist (Captain of the Steppe, Tales from the Last Days, The Russian Man in the 20th Century), Russian Booker Prize winner (2002) and Angelus Award winner (2017), heart attack.
- Celeste Yarnall, 74, American actress (The Face of Eve, The Mechanic, Fatal Beauty), peritoneal cancer.
8[change | change source]
- Arnold Kopelson, 83, American movie producer (Platoon, The Fugitive, Seven), Oscar winner (1987).
- George Taliaferro, 91, American professional (Baltimore Colts) and Hall of Fame college football player (Indiana Hoosiers), first African-American selected in an NFL Draft, heart failure.
- Joseph Tydings, 90, American lawyer (Eisenstadt v. Baird) and politician, U.S. Senator from Maryland (1965–1971), cancer.
- Hiroshi Wajima, 70, Japanese sumo and professional wrestler (AJPW), throat cancer.
- Venantino Venantini, 88, Italian actor (Seven Deaths in the Cat's Eye, City of the Living Dead, Cannibal Ferox), complications from heart surgery.
9[change | change source]
- G. D. Agrawal, 87, Indian environmental activist, heart failure complicated by starvation.
- Warner Saunders, 83, American news anchor (WMAQ-TV, WBBM-TV), suspected heart attack.
- Thomas A. Steitz, 78, American biochemist, Nobel Prize winner (2009), complications from pancreatic cancer.
- Carolyn Warner, 88, American politician, Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction (1975–1987), cancer.
10[change | change source]
- Bill Corey, 101, Australian World War II soldier (The Rats of Tobruk).
- Mary Midgley, 99, British moral philosopher and animal rights activist.
- Raye Montague, 83, American naval engineer (Oliver Hazard Perry class), heart failure.
- Tex Winter, 96, American Hall of Fame basketball coach (Chicago Bulls), innovator of the triangle offense, complications from a stroke.
11[change | change source]
- Sir Doug Ellis, 94, English entrepreneur and football club chairman (Aston Villa).
- Labinot Harbuzi, 32, Swedish footballer (Malmö FF, Gençlerbirliği), cardiac arrest.
- Dieter Kemper, 81, German professional cyclist, bone cancer.
- Pran Nevile, 95, Indian art historian (Lahore: A Sentimental Journey), pneumonia.
- Yoshito Sengoku, 72, Japanese politician, Minister of Justice (2010–2011), lung cancer.
- Hege Skjeie, 63, Norwegian political scientist and columnist (Dagens Næringsliv), pancreatic cancer.
- Greg Stafford, 70, American game designer (White Bear and Red Moon, King of Dragon Pass, HeroQuest).
- Hebe Uhart, 81, Argentine novelist (Querida mamá o guiando la hiedra) and columnist (El País), complications from COPD.
12[change | change source]
- Paul Andreu, 80, French architect (Osaka Maritime Museum).
- Pik Botha, 86, South African politician, Minister of Foreign Affairs (1977–1994).
- Jan Jakob Tønseth, 71, Norwegian author (Hilmar Iversens ensomhet), member of the Norwegian Academy (until 2018), multiple myeloma.
13[change | change source]
- Fabien Eboussi Boulaga, 84, Cameroonian philosopher.
- William Coors, 102, American brewer (Coors Brewing Company).
- Robert W. Doran, 73, New Zealand computer scientist.
- Edgar S. Harris Jr., 93, American Air Force lieutenant general.
- Patricia Hollis, Baroness Hollis of Heigham, 77, British politician, member of House of Lords (since 1990).
- Nikolai Pankin, 69, Russian breaststroke swimmer, Olympic bronze medalist (1968) and swimming coach.
- Jim Taylor, 83, American Hall of Fame football player (Green Bay Packers, New Orleans Saints).
14[change | change source]
- Robert Bushby, 91, American aircraft designer (Mustang Aeronautics Mustang II).
- Milena Dravić, 78, Serbian actress (Destination Death, Special Treatment, St. George Shoots the Dragon), pancreatic cancer.
- Per Theodor Haugen, 86, Norwegian actor (The Pinchcliffe Grand Prix, Støv på hjernen).
- Mel Ramos, 83, American artist, heart failure.
- Valeriy Shmarov, 74, Ukrainian politician, Minister of Defence (1994–1996).
15[change | change source]
- Paul Allen, 65, American businessman and sports team owner (Seattle Seahawks, Portland Trail Blazers), co-founder of Microsoft, septic shock caused by non-Hodgkin's lymphoma.
- Arto Paasilinna, 76, Finnish novelist (The Year of the Hare), complications from a stroke.
- Fernando Serena, 77, Spanish footballer (Real Madrid, Sant Andreu, national team), complications from Parkinson's disease.
16[change | change source]
- Dennis Hof, 72, American brothel owner (Moonlite BunnyRanch), reality show personality (Cathouse: The Series) and politician, suspected cardiac arrest.
- Walter Huddleston, 92, American politician, U.S. Senator from Kentucky (1973–1985).
- Sid Michaels Kavulich, 62, American politician, member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives (since 2011) and sportscaster (WBRE-TV), complications from heart surgery.
- Ian Kiernan, 78, Australian yachtsman and environmental campaigner (Clean Up Australia), Australian of the Year (1994), cancer.
- Berthold Leibinger, 87, German engineer (Trumpf) and philanthropist (Berthold Leibinger Stiftung) complications from Alzheimer's disease.
- Paul O'Brien, 64, British chemist.
17[change | change source]
- Leone Frollo, 87, Italian comic book artist (Biancaneve).
- Cornelius Edward Gallagher, 97, American politician, member of the U.S. House of Representatives from New Jersey's 13th congressional district (1959–1973), brain cancer.
- Ara Güler, 90, Turkish photojournalist, heart attack.
- Jacques Monory, 94, French painter and filmmaker, pneumonia.
- Vladislav Roslyakov, 18, Russian student and murderer, perpetrator of the Kerch Polytechnic shooting, suicide by firearm.
- Derrick Sherwin, 82, English television producer (Doctor Who, Paul Temple) and actor (The Vengeance of She).
18[change | change source]
- Abdul Raziq Achakzai, 39, Afghan officer, shot.
- Ayub Bachchu, 56, Bangladeshi singer-songwriter (Love Runs Blind), heart attack.
- Anthea Bell, 82, British translator, complications from Alzheimer's disease.
- Abdel Rahman Swar al-Dahab, 83, Sudanese military officer and politician, President (1985–1986).
- Danny Leiner, 57, American movie director (Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle, Dude, Where's My Car?, The Great New Wonderful), cancer.
- Åke Ortmark, 89, Swedish journalist (Veckans Affärer) and television presenter, pneumonia.
- Lisbet Palme, 87, Swedish child psychologist, Spouse of the Prime Minister (1969–1976, 1982–1986).
- Dick Slater, 67, American professional wrestler (WWF, UWF, WCW).
- N. D. Tiwari, 93, Indian politician, Minister of External Affairs (1986–1987) and Minister of Finance (1987–1988), multiple organ failure.
- U Thuzana, 71, Burmese Buddhist monk, Leader of the Democratic Karen Buddhist Army (1994–2010).
19[change | change source]
- Takanobu Hozumi, 87, Japanese actor (The Demon, Mr. Baseball, The X from Outer Space), gallbladder cancer.
- Osamu Shimomura, 90, Japanese organic chemist, Nobel Prize winner (2008).
- Diana Sowle, 88, American actress (Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory, Fallout 3).
20[change | change source]
- Wim Kok, 80, Dutch politician and trade union leader, Prime Minister (1994–2002), heart failure.
- Zheng Xiaosong, 59, Chinese politician, Director of the Macau Liaison Office (since 2017), fall.
21[change | change source]
- Earl Bakken, 94, American pacemaker inventor (Medtronic) and museum founder (Bakken Museum).
- Ilie Balaci, 62, Romanian football player (Universitatea Craiova, Dinamo Bucureşti, national team) and manager, heart attack complicated by a stroke.
- Harry L. Ettlinger, 92, American engineer, member of the Monuments Men, recipient of the Congressional Gold Medal (2007).
- Robert Faurisson, 89, British-born French journalist (Journal of Historical Review, Le Monde), academic and Holocaust denier.
- Jun-ichi Nishizawa, 92, Japanese electrical engineer.
- Joachim Rønneberg, 99, Norwegian military officer and broadcaster, commander of Operation Gunnerside.
- Charles Wang, 74, Chinese-born American software developer (CA Technologies), philanthropist (Smile Train) and sports team owner (New York Islanders), lung cancer.
22[change | change source]
- Horacio Cardo, 74, Argentine painter and illustrator (The New York Times), stomach cancer.
- Boris Kokorev, 59, Russian pistol shooter, Olympic champion (1996).
- Friedrich Ostermann, 86, German Roman Catholic prelate, Auxiliary Bishop of Münster (1981–2007).
- Eugene H. Peterson, 85, American clergyman and biblical scholar (The Message: The Bible in Contemporary Language), congestive heart failure.
- Robert Saladrigas, 78, Spanish writer, journalist and literary critic, prostate cancer.
- José Varacka, 86, Argentine footballer (River Plate, national team) and coach (River Plate, Boca Juniors).
23[change | change source]
- Skip Campbell, 69, American politician, member of the Florida Senate (1996–2006) and Mayor of Coral Springs, Florida (since 2014), complications from hip surgery.
- James Karen, 94, American actor (Poltergeist, The Return of the Living Dead, Nixon), cardiopulmonary arrest.
- Alojz Rebula, 94, Italian-born Slovenian writer, playwright and essayist, member of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts (until 2018), heart attack.
- Laurens van Ravens, 96, Dutch football referee (Eredivisie, FIFA).
24[change | change source]
- Carmen Alborch, 70, Spanish feminist writer and politician, Minister of Culture (1993–1996), pancreatic cancer.
- Rudolf Gelbard, 87, Austrian Holocaust survivor.
- Anatoly Gladilin, 83, Russian writer (Prognoz na zavtra, The Making and Unmaking of a Soviet Writer, Moscow Racetrack).
- Hip Hop Pantsula, 38, South African rapper ("O Mang?", "Acceptance Speech", "Dumela").
- Christine Stix-Hackl, 60, Austrian jurist, Advocate General at the European Court of Justice (2000–2006), heart attack.
- Tony Joe White, 75, American singer-songwriter ("Polk Salad Annie", "Rainy Night in Georgia", "Steamy Windows"), heart attack.
25[change | change source]
- Sara Anzanello, 38, Italian volleyball player (national team), leukemia.
- Lindon Crow, 85, American football player (New York Giants, Los Angeles Rams), stroke.
- Sonny Fortune, 79, American jazz saxophonist, stroke.
- Thomas Keating, 95, American Trappist monk and author, respiratory failure.
- Michael J. O'Connor, 89, American politician, member of the South Dakota House of Representatives (1971–1972) and Senate (1973–1977, 1981–1982), skin cancer.
- Shivinder Singh Sidhu, 89, Indian politician, Governor of Meghalaya (2007–2008) and Goa (2008–2011).
- John Ziegler Jr., 84, American ice hockey executive, NHL commissioner (1977–1992).
26[change | change source]
- Ana González de Recabarren, 93, Chilean human rights activist, lung infection.
- Warren B. Hamilton, 93, American geologist.
- Nikolai Karachentsov, 73, Russian actor (Juno and Avos, The Dog in the Manger, A Man from the Boulevard des Capucines), People's Artist of the RSFSR (1989), kidney failure.
- György Károly, 65, Hungarian poet (Élet és Irodalom) and novelist (Folyamatos május, Dunakanyaró), brain cancer.
27[change | change source]
- Freddie Hart, 91, American country musician and singer-songwriter ("Easy Loving", "My Hang-Up Is You", "Got the All Overs for You (All Over Me)"), pneumonia.
- Madan Lal Khurana, 82, Indian politician, Chief Minister of Delhi (1993–1996) and Governor of Rajasthan (2004), cerebral hemorrhage.
- Mario Segale, 84, American real estate developer, namesake of Nintendo's Mario.
- Ntozake Shange, 70, American poet and playwright (For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide / When the Rainbow Is Enuf), complications from a stroke.
- Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, 60, Thai businessman (King Power) and football club owner (Leicester City F.C.), helicopter crash.
28[change | change source]
- Luis Miguel Enciso Recio, 88, Spanish historian and politician, Senator (1977–1982) and member of the Real Academia de la Historia (since 1999), complications from a fall.
- Richard Gill, 76, Australian conductor and activist, colorectal and peritoneal cancer.
- I. John Hesselink, 90, American theologian.
- Konstantīns Konstantinovs, 40, Latvian-Russian powerlifter, World Powerlifting champion (2011).
- Colin Sylvia, 32, Australian football player (Melbourne, Fremantle), car crash.
29[change | change source]
- Lodi Gyari Rinpoche, 69, Tibetan diplomat, Ambassador to the United States (until 2018) and co-founder of the Tibetan Youth Congress, liver cancer.
30[change | change source]
- David Azulai, 64, Israeli politician, Minister of Religious Services (since 2015) and member of Knesset (1996–2018), cancer.
- Whitey Bulger, 89, American gangster (Winter Hill Gang) and convicted murderer, beaten.
- Bill Fischer, 88, American baseball player (Chicago White Sox, Washington Senators, Kansas City Athletics).
- María Irene Fornés, 88, Cuban-American playwright (Sarita, Fefu and Her Friends), complications from dementia.
- Jin Yong, 94, Hong Kong novelist (Demi-Gods and Semi-Devils), essayist and journalist (Ming Pao).
- Erika Mahringer, 93, Austrian alpine skier, Olympic bronze medalist (1948, 1952), heart failure.
- Beverly McClellan, 49, American singer ("Piece of My Heart", "Beautiful", "The Thrill Is Gone") and musician, cancer.
- Teodoro Petkoff, 86, Venezuelan journalist (Tal Cual) and politician, Minister of the Central Office of Coordination and Planning (1996–1999), 2006 presidential candidate.
- Emil Paleček, 88, Czech chemist, discovered nucleic acids electrochemistry, stroke.
- Sangharakshita, 93, British Buddhist educator and writer, founder of the Triratna Buddhist Community, pneumonia complicated by sepsis.
- Bob Skoronski, 84, American football player (Green Bay Packers), Alzheimer's disease.
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- Willie McCovey, 80, American Hall of Fame baseball player (San Francisco Giants, Oakland Athletics, San Diego Padres), complications from an infection.
- Dana G. Mead, 82, American businessman, Chair of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2003–2010).
- Ken Shellito, 78, English football player (Chelsea, national team) and manager (Cambridge United), lung infection and kidney failure.
- Tony Streather, 92, British army officer and mountaineer.
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References[change | change source]
- ↑ Charles Aznavour, French singing star, dies at 94
- ↑ Morto Stelvio Cipriani, il compositore di "Anonimo Veneziano" (in Italian)
- ↑ Judge Dredd co-creator Carlos Ezquerra dies aged 70
- ↑ Muere en un incendio en Madrid el músico de jazz Jerry González (in Spanish)
- ↑ Nguyên Tổng bí thư Đỗ Mười qua đời (in Vietnamese)
- ↑ Graciano "Rocky" Rocchigiani Dead: Former World Champion Dies in Car Crash in Italy
- ↑ The busboy who tried to help a wounded Robert F. Kennedy in 1968 dies. His life was haunted by the violence
- ↑ Atletica in Lutto, è morto Franco Sar, Olimpico e Padre della SNIA Archived 2018-10-22 at the Wayback Machine (in Italian)
- ↑ Le journaliste et politologue spécialiste du Moyen-Orient Antoine Sfeir est mort (in French)
- ↑ Професорка Смиља Аврамов преминула у 101. години
- ↑ Violinist Balabhaskar dies a week after car crash that killed his daughter
- ↑ Geoff Emerick, Beatles Chief Recording Engineer, Dies at 72
- ↑ Florida state Sen. Dorothy Hukill dies at 72
- ↑ Filmmaker Thampi Kannanthanam passes away
- ↑ Умер Роман Карцев (in Russian)
- ↑ Jamal Khashoggi: Turkey says journalist was murdered in Saudi consulate
- ↑ Murió Hermenegildo Sábat, uno de los dibujantes mas reconocidos en la historia argentina (in Spanish)
- ↑ Actrice Elisabeth Andersen (98) overleden Archived 2019-06-09 at the Wayback Machine (in Dutch)
- ↑ Julien Bogaert Archived 2018-10-20 at the Wayback Machine (in Dutch)
- ↑ Gibbs
- ↑ Musician Joseph Kamaru, 79, dies at MP Shah Hospital
- ↑ Leon Lederman, 96, Explorer (and Explainer) of the Subatomic World, Dies
- ↑ Dansk musikpioner død: Han var en af de helt store fritænkere (in Danish)
- ↑ Hollie M. Pihl Jr.
- ↑ Dave Anderson, longtime New York Times columnist, dies at 89
- ↑ Olympic Chamion Ashworth Dies
- ↑ Hamiet Bluiett 1940 - 2018
- ↑ Former USC safety Kevin Ellison dies at 31
- ↑ Alt-Oberbürgermeister Kurt Malangré gestorben (in German)
- ↑ Fallece el escultor mexicano José Sacal (in Spanish)
- ↑ Portland's Will Vinton, creator of famous Claymation characters, dies
- ↑ Jimmy Duquennoy est décédé à l’âge de 23 ans (in French)
- ↑ Groundbreaking sitcom writer Ray Galton dies
- ↑ Stortingsrepresentant Ivar Odnes er død (in Norwegian)
- ↑ Adiós a un histórico en un día emblemático: a los 103 años fallece Víctor Pey, dueño de El Clarín (in Spanish)
- ↑ NOS-presentator en oud-RVD-chef Eef Brouwers overleden (in Dutch)
- ↑ Spanish soprano Montserrat Caballé dies aged 85
- ↑ Disability advocate Quentin Kenihan dies
- ↑ Don Sandburg, last surviving original cast member of ‘Bozo’s Circus,’ dead at 87
- ↑ 'Walking Dead' Actor Scott Wilson Dies at 76
- ↑ Peggy McCay, Longtime Star of ‘Days of Our Lives,’ Dies at 90
- ↑ Geelong-born illusionist Moi-Yo Miller dies aged 104
- ↑ Умер Олег Павлов (in Russian)
- ↑ Remembering TOS Guest Star, Celeste Yarnall, 1944-2018
- ↑ Arnold Kopelson, Oscar Winning Producer of ‘Platoon’ and ‘The Fugitive,’ Dies at 83
- ↑ IU football trailblazer George Taliaferro dies at 91
- ↑ Fmr. Senator Joseph Tydings Has Passed Away
- ↑ 大相撲の元横綱・輪島こと輪島大士氏が死去 ７０歳 輪湖時代を築く (in Japanese)
- ↑ È morto l'attore Venantino Venantini (in Italian)
- ↑ Activist GD Agarwal, who was on indefinite fast for clean Ganga, dies in Rishikesh
- ↑ Longtime NBC 5 Anchor Warner Saunders Passes Away at 83
- ↑ Thomas A. Steitz
- ↑ Carolyn Warner, former Arizona superintendent, dead at 88
- ↑ One of the last 'Rats of Tobruk' dies aged 101
- ↑ Mary Midgley (1919-2018)
- ↑ Raye Montague, Arkansan and 'hidden figure' credited with U.S. Navy breakthrough, dies at 83
- ↑ Bulls confirm that former assistant coach Tex Winter dies at the age of 96
- ↑ Doug Ellis dead: Former Aston Villa owner dies, aged 94
- ↑ Tidigare MFF-talangen Labinot Harbuzi död (in Swedish)
- ↑ Ein emotionaler Rückblick: Radsport-Fans trauern um Dieter Kemper Archived 2018-10-12 at the Wayback Machine (in German)
- ↑ Indian historian Pran Nevile passes away at 95
- ↑ "Sengoku, ex-Cabinet member under DPJ administration, dies at 72". Archived from the original on 2018-11-03. Retrieved 2018-11-01.
- ↑ En bauta i norsk likestillingspolitikk er død: – Hege Skjeie (63) etterlater dype spor (in Norwegian)
- ↑ Vale Greg Stafford (1948 - 2018)
- ↑ Murió la escritora Hebe Uhart (in Spanish)
- ↑ Paul Andreu, membre de la section d'architecture Archived 2018-10-12 at the Wayback Machine (in French)
- ↑ "Former foreign affairs minister Pik Botha dies". Archived from the original on 2018-10-13. Retrieved 2018-11-01.
- ↑ Forfatter Jan Jakob Tønseth er død (in Norwegian)
- ↑ In Memoriam Fabien Eboussi Boulaga Une Constellation De Simplicité Et D’engagement. (in French)
- ↑ Bill Coors, Former Chairman of Namesake Brewery, Dies at 102
- ↑ Robert William (Bob) Doran
- ↑ Lt./Gen. Edgar Starr Harris USAF RET
- ↑ Death of a Member: Baroness Hollis of Heigham
- ↑ Ушел из жизни призер Олимпиады-68 в плавании Николай Панкин (in Russian)
- ↑ Jim Taylor, first of Vince Lombardi-era Packers inducted into Hall of Fame, dies
- ↑ Robert Wesley Bushby
- ↑ Preminula Milena Dravić (in Serbian)
- ↑ Per Theodor Haugen er død (in Norwegian)
- ↑ Pop artist Mel Ramos dies at 83
- ↑ "Former Minister of Defense Valeriy Shmarov dies aged 74". Archived from the original on 2018-10-18. Retrieved 2018-11-01.
- ↑ Paul Allen, Microsoft co-founder, dies at 65
- ↑ Arto Paasilinna 20.4.1942–15.10.2018 (in Finnish)
- ↑ Fallece Serena (in Spanish)
- ↑ Nevada brothel owner and Republican state legislature candidate dies
- ↑ Walter 'Dee' Huddleston, who lost Senate seat to Mitch McConnell, dies
- ↑ State Rep. Sid Michaels Kavulich, former sportscaster, died
- ↑ Ian Kiernan, Clean Up Australia founder and yachtsman, dies aged 78
- ↑ In Memoriam: TRUMPF Senior Figure and Partner, Berthold Leibinger, Passes Away
- ↑ Paul O'Brien, former vice president of Royal Society of Chemistry, dies aged 64
- ↑ Addio a Leone Frollo fumettista veneziano (in Italian)
- ↑ Cornelius Gallagher, former New Jersey congressman, dies at 97
- ↑ Renowned Turkish photographer Ara Guler dies at 90
- ↑ Décès du peintre Jacques Monory (in French)
- ↑ Was Vladimir Roslyakov's weapon shooting illegal? Yes, it was...
- ↑ Derrick Sherwin, Doctor Who producer and creator of UNIT, dies aged 82
- ↑ Top Afghan commander Raziq killed in Kandahar gun attack
- ↑ Legendary singer Ayub Bachchu dies
- ↑ Anthea Bell, 'magnificent' translator of Asterix and Kafka, dies aged 82
- ↑ سونا: وفاة الرئيس السوداني الأسبق عبد الرحمن سوار الذهب في الرياض (in Arabic)
- ↑ Danny Leiner, Director of 'Dude, Where's My Car?' and 'Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle,' Dies at 57
- ↑ Journalisten Åke Ortmark är död (in Swedish)
- ↑ Lisbet Palme är död (in Swedish)
- ↑ Pro Wrestling Legend Dick Slater Dead At 67, WWE Comments
- ↑ नहीं रहे उत्तराखंड के विकास पुरुष एनडी तिवारी, मैक्स में ली आखिरी सांस (in Hindi)
- ↑ မြိုင်ကြီးငူ ဆရာတော်ပျံလွန်တော်မူ (in Burmese)
- ↑ 「積木くずし」穂積隆信さん、死去 胆のうがん８７歳 (in Japanese)
- ↑ "Nobel chemistry laureate Shimomura dies". Archived from the original on 2018-10-22. Retrieved 2018-11-01.
- ↑ Willy Wonka And The Chocolate Factory actress Diana Sowle dies aged 88
- ↑ Former Dutch prime minister, Wim Kok, dies at 80
- ↑ Top Macau official Zheng Xiaosong dead after fall from building
- ↑ Medtronic founder Earl Bakken dies
- ↑ Fotbal / Breaking News – Zi neagră în Bănie: Ilie Balaci a decedat! (in Romanian)
- ↑ Harry L. Ettlinger obituary
- ↑ Le négationniste Robert Faurisson est mort (in French)
- ↑ Former Tohoku U. president Junichi Nishizawa, known as 'Mr. Semiconductor,' dies at 92
- ↑ Krigshelt Joachim Rønneberg er død (in Norwegian)
- ↑ "Charles Wang, former New York Islanders owner, dies at 74". Archived from the original on 2018-10-21. Retrieved 2018-11-01.
- ↑ Falleció el artista plástico Horacio Cardo (in Spanish)
- ↑ Олимпийский чемпион по пулевой стрельбе Кокорев скончался на 60-м году жизни (in Russian)
- ↑ Langjähriger Regionalbischof für Münster-Warendorf wurde 86 Jahre alt (in German)
- ↑ Eugene Peterson Is Now Living the Resurrection
- ↑ Mor l'escriptor i crític literari Robert Saladrigas (in Catalan)
- ↑ Murió José Varacka, el entrenador que trajo a Enzo Francescoli a River (in Spanish)
- ↑ Coral Springs Mayor Skip Campbell dies at 69
- ↑ James Karen, Actor in 'Poltergeist' and So Much More, Dies at 94
- ↑ Umrl je Alojz Rebula (in Slovene)
- ↑ Oud-scheidsrechter Van Ravens (96) overleden (in Dutch)
- ↑ Muere la exministra Carmen Alborch a los 70 años (in Spanish)
- ↑ Holocaust-Überlebender Rudolf Gelbard gestorben (in German)
- ↑ http://portal-kultura.ru/articles/obshchiy-plan/219981-v-parizhe-na-84-m-godu-zhizni-skonchalsya-izvestnyy-sovetskiy-prozaik-anatoliy-gladilin/
- ↑ "Hip Hop veteran HHP has passed away". Archived from the original on 2018-10-24. Retrieved 2018-11-01.
- ↑ Botschafterin Stix-Hackl verstorben (in German)
- ↑ Country bluesman, hit songwriter Tony Joe White dies
- ↑ Morta Sara Anzanello: aveva 38 anni (in Italian)
- ↑ Lindon Crow, veteran of NFL's 'greatest game ever,' dies at 85
- ↑ Sonny Fortune, Stalwart Saxophonist Of New York, Dies At 79
- ↑ Thomas Keating, pioneer in centering prayer, interfaith dialogue, dies at 95
- ↑ Bill Janklow foe, longtime South Dakota lawmaker Michael O'Connor dies
- ↑ Former Meghalaya, Manipur Governor SS Sidhu no more
- ↑ John Ziegler, fourth president of NHL, dies at 84
- ↑ A los 93 años murió Ana González, destacada luchadora de los DDHH Archived 2018-10-29 at the Wayback Machine (in Spanish)
- ↑ Warren B. Hamilton obituary
- ↑ Popular Russian Actor Nikolai Karachentsov Dies At 73
- ↑ Death announcement on official website (in Hungarian)
- ↑ Freddie Hart, known to millions of Country Music fans the world over as “Mr. Easy Lovin’” passed away Saturday October 27th in Burbank California.
- ↑ BJP Leaders Condole Madan Lal Khurana's Death
- ↑ Mario's Real-Life Namesake, Mario Segale, Dies At 84
- ↑ Ntozake Shange, pioneering playwright, poet and novelist, dies at 70
- ↑ Club Statement: Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha
- ↑ Muere a los 88 años Luis Miguel Enciso, senador liberal por UCD e historiador (in Spanish)
- ↑ ‘A profound loss’: Renowned Australian conductor Richard Gill dies aged 76
- ↑ Former seminary president, professor Hesselink dies
- ↑ Konstantins Konstantinovs Dead: Bodybuilding Legend Dies at 40
- ↑ Former AFL player Colin Sylvia dies in Mildura car crash
- ↑ Former Special Envoy to Dalai Lama, Lodi Gyari Passes Away
- ↑ Religious Affairs Minister Azoulay dies after battle with cancer
- ↑ "Whitey" Bulger killed in jail
- ↑ Bill Fischer, Royals’ senior pitching adviser and former KC A’s pitcher, dies at 88
- ↑ Playwright María Irene Fornés Dies at 88
- ↑ 武侠小说泰斗金庸逝世 享年94岁 (in Chinese)
- ↑ Skilegende Erika Mahringer verstorben Archived 2018-11-02 at Archive.today (in German)
- ↑ ‘The Voice’ Star Beverly McClellan Dies After Battle with Cancer
- ↑ Fallece el reconocido político y periodista venezolano Teodoro Petkoff (in Spanish)
- ↑ Ve věku 88 let zemřel biochemik Paleček, zabýval se výzkumem DNA (in Czech)
- ↑ Urgyen Sangharakshita 1925-2018
- ↑ Former Green Bay Packers OL Bob Skoronski dies at 84
- ↑ San Francisco Giants legend Willie McCovey dies
- ↑ Dana Mead PhD ’67, former chair of the MIT Corporation, dies at 82
- ↑ Ex-Sabah coach Ken Shellito passes away
- ↑ Streather