icon Weekly Obituaries Roundup

Enter a date in the format mm/dd/yyyy

More search options

Previous - 2/6/2021 Next - 2/20/2021

Deaths for the week ending 13 February 2021:

Sunday, 7 February 2021

Joe Allen, restaurateur (Joe Allen), 87.

Ralph Backstrom, NHL hockey player (Montreal Canadiens), after a long illness, 83.

Billy Brown, documentary subject ("Alaskan Bush People"), following a seizure, 68.

Pedro Gomez, baseball reporter (ESPN), of a heart attack, 58.

Giuseppe Rotunno, Hollywood cinematographer (All That Jazz), 97.

Ron Wright, U.S. Congressman (R-TX, 2019-21), of coronavirus disease, 67.

Monday, 8 February 2021

Jean-Claude Carriere, screenwriter (The Unbearable Lightness of Being), 89.

Claude Crabb, NFL football player (Los Angeles Rams), of coronavirus disease, 80.

Phil Rollins, NBA basketball player (Philadelphia Warriors), 87.

Marty Schottenheimer, NFL football player (Buffalo Bills) and coach (Kansas City Chiefs), of complications from Alzheimer's disease, 77.

Willie Scott, NFL football player (Kansas City Chiefs), after a long illness, 61.

Mary Wilson, pop singer (The Supremes), of cardiovascular disease, 76.

Tuesday, 9 February 2021

Chick Corea, jazz keyboardist ("500 Miles High"), of cancer, 79.

Dazharia Shaffer, aka Bxbygirlldee, social media personality (Tik-Tok), of suicide (no details reported), 18.

Wednesday, 10 February 2021

Billy Conigliaro, major leaguer (Boston Red Sox), cause not reported, 73.

Katherine Creag, TV news reporter (WNBC in New York City), of a sudden cardiopulmonary condition, 47.

Larry Flynt, publisher (Hustler), of heart failure, 78.

Thursday, 11 February 2021

S. Prestley Blake, restaurateur (Friendly's), of an illness, 106.

Rusty Brooks, r.n. Kurt Koski, pro wrestler, cause not reported, 63.

Friday, 12 February 2021

Milford Graves, jazz drummer, of heart failure, 79.

Rupert Neve, electronics engineer, of pneumonia and heart failure, 94.

Christopher Pennock, actor (Gabriel Collins on "Dark Shadows"), cause not reported, 76.

Lynn Stalmaster, Hollywood casting director, 93.

Saturday, 13 February 2021

Louis Clark, orchestral arranger (Electric Light Orchestra), after a long illness, 73.