Deaths in August 2001

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The following is a list of notable deaths in August 2001.

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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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Jay Chamberlain was a racing driver from the United States. He participated in 3 World Championship Formula One Grands Prix, debuting on July 21, 1962. He scored no championship points. He also participated in numerous non-Championship Formula One races.

Dwight Eddleman American basketball player and high jumper


Thomas Dwight "Dike" Eddleman is generally considered the greatest athlete in the history of athletics at the University of Illinois. Eddleman participated on the University's basketball, track and field, and football teams between the years of 1942 and 1949. Eddleman earned a combined 11 varsity letters in his career at the University, during which he also became a member of the Sigma Chi fraternity. Eddleman was born in Centralia, Illinois, and attended Centralia High School. On October 24, 2008 Eddleman was named a Distinguished Alumni of Centralia High school. He, along with five others, including James Brady, were the first to be named Distinguished Alumni. His wife, Teddy Eddleman, accepted his award.

Martin W. Huston, was an American actor of primarily television and stage.

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James A. "Jim" Corbett was an American rancher, writer, Quaker, philosopher, and human rights activist and a co-founder of the Sanctuary movement. He was born in Casper, Wyoming, and died near Benson, Arizona.

Sir Edward Lucas Gardner, QC was a barrister and British Conservative Party politician. Upon his death, The Guardian referred to him as 'the last of the pre-war-style Conservative QC-MPs'.

Ronald Townson American singer

Ronald Townson was an American vocalist. He was an original member of The 5th Dimension, a popular vocal group of the late 1960s and early 1970s; and the first, and only, deceased member of that group.

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Henriette Bie Lorentzen Norwegian humanist and editor

Henriette Bie Lorentzen, born Anna Henriette Wegner Haagaas, was a Norwegian journalist, humanist, peace activist, feminist, co-founder of the Nansen Academy, resistance member and concentration camp survivor during World War II, and publisher and editor-in-chief of the women's magazine Kvinnen og Tiden (1945–1955).

Louis Chevalier was an eminent French historian with interests in geography, demography and sociology. Much of his work was devoted to the history of French culture and Paris.

Christopher Michael Hewett was a British actor and theatre director best known for his role as Lynn Aloysius Belvedere on the ABC sitcom Mr. Belvedere.

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S. K. Bhatnagar was a former defence secretary of India. He was a key figure of those accused in the Bofors scandal.

Joseph Elliott Needham Cooper, OBE was a British pianist and broadcaster, best known as the chairman of the BBC's long-running television panel game Face the Music.

Gerald David "Lorenzo" Music was an American actor, voice actor, writer, producer and musician. He was best known as the original voice of Jim Davis' comic strip cat Garfield on animated projects during the 1980s.

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Erifasi Otema Allimadi was the Foreign Minister (1979–1980) and Prime Minister of Uganda (1980–1985).

Prime Minister of Uganda Note - not Head of Government

The Prime Minister of Uganda chairs the Cabinet of Uganda, although the President is the effective head of government. Ruhakana Rugunda has been the Prime Minister since 18 September 2014.

Iskra Leonidovna Babich was a Soviet film director and screenwriter. Her 1981 film Muzhiki! was entered into the 32nd Berlin International Film Festival, where it won an Honourable Mention.

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