Deaths in July 2000

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The following is a list of notable deaths in July 2000.

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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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Victor E. Engstrom was an American philatelist known for his knowledge and collections of stamps of Nordic countries.

John Albert Axel "Johnny" Gibson, was a Royal Air Force officer and a noted flying ace of the Second World War.

Begum Om Habibeh Aga Khan Wife of Aga Khan III

Begum Om Habibeh Aga Khan was the fourth and last wife of Sir Sultan Muhammad Shah, Aga Khan III. The couple married thirteen months after the Aga Khan III and his third wife were divorced by mutual consent. The Begum was well known for her generosity towards and compassion for the impoverished and the elderly. Her Egyptian Om Habibeh Foundation worked towards the alleviation of poverty and the improvement of quality of life in the area surrounding Aswan, Egypt, and in Le Cannet she established a retirement home. She was particularly interested in women's issues and, an accomplished artist and sculptor, she was also interested in the arts including classical music, ballet, and the opera. The Begum died at the age of 94 in Le Cannet and was buried in the mausoleum of her husband at Aswan.

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Joey Dunlop Northern Irish motorcycle racer

William Joseph Dunlop was a Northern Irish motorcyclist from Ballymoney. In 2016 he was voted through Motorcycle News as the 5th greatest motorcycling icon ever, behind Valentino Rossi. His achievements include three hat-tricks at the Isle of Man TT meeting, where he won a record 26 races in total. Dunlop's name is amongst the most revered by fans of motorcycle racing. This iconic stature, coupled to Dunlop's somewhat shy and unassuming persona, has led to him being seen as a true working class hero. Such attributes deeply endeared him to fans of motorcycling across the world.

Gerry Earl Hinton was a chiropractor from Slidell, Louisiana, who served from 1984 to 1996 as a member of the Louisiana State Senate from District 11 in suburban New Orleans, including St. Tammany and Tangipahoa parishes.

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Sir Michael Aubrey Hamilton was a British Conservative Party politician.

Harold Nicholas tap dancer

Harold Lloyd Nicholas was an American dancer specializing in tap. Nicholas was the younger half of the tap-dancing pair the Nicholas Brothers, known as two of the world's greatest dancers. His older brother was Fayard Nicholas. Nicholas starred in the MGM musicals An All-Colored Vaudeville Show (1935), Stormy Weather (1943), The Pirate (1948). and The Five Heartbeats (1991).

Nicholas Brothers American tap dancing duo

The Nicholas Brothers were a team of dancing brothers, Fayard (1914–2006) and Harold (1921–2000), who performed a highly acrobatic technique known as "flash dancing". With a high level of artistry and daring innovations, they were considered by many to be the greatest tap dancers of their day. Their performance in the musical number "Jumpin' Jive" featured in the movie Stormy Weather is considered by many to be the most virtuosic dance display of all time.

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Jack T. Bradley

Jack Tarleton Bradley was a United States Army Air Force fighter ace who was credited with shooting down 15 aircraft during World War II and was commanding officer of the 353rd Fighter Squadron. He retired from the Air Force in 1962 as Colonel.

Yuri Nikolayevich Klinskikh was a Russian musician, singer, songwriter, arranger, founder of the rock band Sektor Gaza. Also known as Yuri Hoi.

Philip Lever, 3rd Viscount Leverhulme British noble

Philip William Bryce Lever, 3rd Viscount Leverhulme was a British peer and racehorse owner.

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Peter Sydney "Bullfrog" Moore OAM was an Australian rugby league administrator, particularly associated with the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs, where he was Chief Executive from 1969 to 1995, serving a record 26 years at the helm. The Canterbury club won four grand finals during his time as its CEO, and he was largely considered responsible for fostering the proud "family" culture for which the club became renowned.

Leon deValinger Jr.

Leon deValinger Jr. was an American archivist and historian, and served as the state archivist of Delaware from 1941 to 1970.

Harold Adolphus Philips, known as Lord Woodbine, was a Trinidadian calypsonian and music promoter. He is regarded by some as the musical mentor of The Beatles, and has been called the "sixth Beatle".

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