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The following is a list of notable deaths in December 2006.

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  • Federico Crescentini, 24, San Marino footballer, drowned. [94]
  • Frank Johnson, 63, British journalist, editor of The Spectator (1995–1999), cancer. [95]
  • Clay Regazzoni, 67, Swiss Formula One racing driver (1970–1980), car accident. [96]
  • Mary Stolz, 86, American young adult novelist (Belling the Tiger, The Noonday Friends), natural causes. [97]
  • Matt Zunic, 87, American basketball player and coach. [98]

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  • Sol Carter, 98, American baseball player. [150]
  • Charlie Drake, 81, British comedian, actor and singer (My Boomerang Won't Come Back), stroke-related illness. [151]
  • Wilma Dykeman, 86, American author and journalist, complications after hip fracture. [152]
  • Dutch Mason, 68, Canadian blues musician, complications from diabetes. [153]
  • Bo Mya, 79, Burmese rebel leader, complications of heart disease and diabetes. [154]
  • Rosina Raisbeck, 90, Australian soprano singer. [155]
  • Robert Stafford, 93, American politician, governor of Vermont (1959–1961) and senator (1971–1989), natural causes. [156]
  • Timothy J. Tobias, 54, American composer and musician. [157]
  • Marilyn Waltz, 75, American actress and Playboy model. [158]

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  • Braguinha, 99, Brazilian composer, multiple organ failure. [159]
  • Kenneth Sivertsen, 45, Norwegian folk singer, comedian and poet, brain trauma. [160] (Norwegian)
  • Frank Stanton, 98, American president of CBS (1946–1971). [161]

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  • James Brown, 73, American soul singer and bandleader, heart failure related to pneumonia. [162]
  • John Butcher, 60, British Conservative MP (1979–1997), heart attack. [163]
  • Sir Bob Cotton, 91, Australian politician and ambassador to the United States (1982–1985, 1991–1994). [164]
  • Ingerid Vardund, 79, Norwegian actress. [165] (Norwegian)

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