Deaths in April 2004

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The following is a list of notable deaths in April 2004.

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Entries for each day are listed alphabetically by surname. A typical entry lists information in the following sequence:

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Paul Ashley Warren Atkinson was a British guitarist and record company executive best known as a founding member of the pop/rock band The Zombies. Atkinson was posthumously inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2019.

Colonel Aaron Bank was a United States Army officer, and the founder of the US Army Special Forces, commonly known as the "Green Berets". He is also famous for his exploits as an OSS officer during World War II, parachuting into France to coordinate and activate the French Resistance and organizing an operation intended to capture Adolf Hitler. During his retirement years, Bank played a quiet but critical role in warning the nation about the risks of terrorism and modern technology and he is largely responsible for the high level of security at U.S. nuclear power plants since the early 1970s.

Annette Daniels was an American mezzo-soprano opera singer.

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Johann Hadji Argyris FRS was a Greek pioneer of computer applications in science and engineering, among the creators of the finite element method (FEM), and lately Professor at the University of Stuttgart and Director of the Institute for Statics and Dynamics of Aerospace Structures.

Lynne Karen Deutsch was an American astrophysicist who helped develop the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory/University of Arizona Mid-Infrared Array Camera (MIRAC). Deutsch was born in Chicago and earned her MS from MIT in 1983 and Ph. D. from Harvard in 1990. Her dissertation was on grain processing and the evolution of planetary nebulae with a mid-infrared array camera. Between 1990 and 1992 Deutsch served as a Post-doctoral Fellow at the NASA Ames Research Center where she worked on MIRAC.

Harold A. Fidler Associate Director of the Lawrence Radiation Laboratory from 1958 to 1974

Harold Alvin Fidler was the Associate Director of the Lawrence Radiation Laboratory from 1958 to 1974. During World War II he served as the Manhattan Project's California Area Engineer, where he worked with Ernest O. Lawrence's Berkeley Radiation Laboratory, which was developing calutrons for electromagnetic isotope separation. As such, he was responsible for the administration of contracts between the Army and the University of California.

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Gabriella Ferri Italian singer

Gabriella Ferri was an Italian singer born in Rome.

Sir Martin Le Quesne KCMG was a British diplomat, ambassador to Mali and Algeria and high commissioner to Nigeria.

BR Nagaraja Rao was an Indian cricketer and umpire. He stood in two ODI games between 1985 and 1986.

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Gito Baloi Mozambican musician

Gito Baloi was an African musician, from Mozambique. Originally known for his collaborations and as a member of the trio Tananas, he also released solo albums as vocalist and bassist: "Ekhaya" (1995), “Na Ku Randza" (1997), "Herbs & Roots" (2003) and the posthumously-released "Beyond" (2008).

George Bamberger American baseball player and coach

George Irvin Bamberger was an American professional baseball player, pitching coach and manager. In Major League Baseball, the right-handed pitcher appeared in ten games, nine in relief, for the 1951–52 New York Giants and the 1959 Baltimore Orioles. He later spent ten seasons (1968–77) as the Orioles' pitching coach and managed the Milwaukee Brewers and New York Mets (1982–83).

James J. Martin was an American revisionist historian and author known for espousing Holocaust denial in his works. He is known for his 1964 book, American Liberalism and World Politics, 1931–1941. Fellow Holocaust denier Harry Elmer Barnes called it "unquestionably the most formidable achievement of World War II Revisionism."

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Roger Dee American writer

Roger D. Aycock was an American author who wrote under the pseudonym Roger Dee. He primarily wrote science fiction.

The People's Commissariat for Internal Affairs, abbreviated NKVD, was the interior ministry of the Soviet Union.

Fred Winter British horse trainer

Frederick Thomas Winter, was a British National Hunt racing racehorse jockey and trainer. He was British jump racing Champion Jockey four times and British jump racing Champion Trainer eight times. He is the only person to have won the Cheltenham Gold Cup, Champion Hurdle and Grand National as both jockey and trainer. Winter won the Grand National four times, as a jockey in 1957 (Sundew) and 1962 (Kilmore), and as a trainer in 1965 and 1966 (Anglo).

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