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Deaths in January 2006

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

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  • Eric Namesnik, 35, American Olympic swimmer, injuries from a car crash.
  • Mark Spoon, 39, German DJ, prominent figure in trance music and member of (Jam & Spoon), heart attack. [80]

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  • Raúl Anguiano, 90, Mexican engraver and painter. [88]
  • Gordon Atkinson, 83, Canadian broadcaster and politician. [89] (French)
  • Richard Dalitz, 80, Australian physicist, expert in exotic particles, studied quarks. [90]
  • Frank Fixaris, 71, American sportscaster, house fire. [91]
  • Ron Jessie, 57, American NFL wide receiver, heart attack. [92]
  • Marc Potvin, 38, Canadian NHL player, found dead in his hotel room in Michigan, suicide.
  • Joan Root, 69, American wildlife conservationist, shot to death. [93]

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  • Len Carlson, 68, Canadian voice actor, heart attack during sleep
  • Dr. John Dunwoody, CBE, 76, former British Member of Parliament, effects of an accident. [149]
  • Morris Silverman, 93, American philanthropist, founder of the Albany Medical Center Prize in Medicine and Biomedical Research. [150]
  • Dave Tatsuno, 92, documented the Topaz Japanese internment camp in his film Topaz [151]
  • Khan Wali Khan, 89, prominent Pakistani opposition Leader and prominent Pashtun leader, heart attack. [152]

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  • Peter Isola, 76, Gibraltarian politician, Deputy Chief Minister of Gibraltar (1956–1984). [161]
  • Yitzchak Kaduri, 106, renowned Japanese Sephardic Orthodox rabbi and kabbalist. [162]
  • Henry McGee, 76, British actor. [163]

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  • Andrew Gonzalez, 65, Filipino linguist and educator, complications from diabetes. [164]
  • Emory Hale, 36, American professional wrestler, complications from kidney failure [165].
  • Paik Nam-june, 73, South Korean-born American artist, particularly noted for his video art, natural causes. [166]
  • George Psychoundakis, 85, Greek Resistance fighter during World War II. [167]

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