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Deaths in May 2006

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

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  • Alejandra Boero, 88, Argentine theater actress, director and teacher, pulmonary hypertension. [22] (Spanish)
  • Jim Delsing, 80, American Major League Baseball player. [23]
  • Arthur B. Metzner, 79, Canadian chemical engineer. [24]

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  • Naushad Ali, 86, Indian musician. [25]
  • Hillsdale College, probable heart attack. [26]
  • Atıf Yılmaz, 80, Turkish film director, screenwriter and producer, cancer [27] [28]

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  • Joyce Ballantyne, 88, artist best known for creating the "Coppertone Girl" ad, heart attack. [100]
  • University of Virginia (1965–70). [101]
  • George Crile III, 61, CBS News producer, pancreatic cancer. [102]
  • Eberhard Esche, 73, German actor. [103]
  • Chic Hecht, 77, former Republican Senator for Nevada, prostate cancer. [104]
  • Judith Moore, 66, American author (Fat Girl - A True Story). [105]
  • Cheikha Rimitti, 83, Algerian singer, heart attack. [106]
  • David Sharp, 34, British mountaineer. [107]
  • Bill Strode, 69, American Pulitzer Prize–winning photographer, cancer. [108]

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  • Clare Boylan, 58, Irish author of 12 books including 7 novels, ovarian cancer. [109]
  • Beryl Evans, 84, Australian politician, NSW MLC (1984–95). [110]
  • Anthony Murray, 47, New Zealand rugby league player. [111]
  • Jorge Porcel, 69, Argentine actor and comedian, following gall bladder surgery. [112]
  • Dan Ross, 49, former NFL football player (Cincinnati Bengals), suspected heart attack [113]
  • Takahiro Tamura, 77, Japanese movie and television actor, cerebral infarction. [114]

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  • Spencer Clark, 19, NASCAR Busch Series driver, road accident. [155]
  • Heather Crowe, 61, Canadian anti-smoking activist, lung cancer. [156]
  • Hamza El Din, 76, Nubian oud player. [157]
  • Jack Fallon, 90, jazz double bassist [158]
  • World Health Organization, brain thrombus [159]
  • Lilia Prado, 78, Mexican actress, multiple organ failure. [160]
  • Philip Thorn, English researcher and statistician. [161]

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  • Neville Amadio, 93, flautist and soloist for Sydney Symphony for 50 years, series of small heart attacks.[219]
  • Peter Borsari, 67, celebrity photographer, complications from elective knee surgery. [220]
  • James Brolan, 42, CBS News sound technician, injuries sustained in car bombing in Iraq. [221]
  • Paul Douglas, 48, veteran CBS News cameraman, injuries sustained in car bombing in Iraq. [222]
  • Steve Mizerak, 61, champion billiards player [223]
  • Omeljan Pritsak, 87, Harvard professor, scholar and authority on Ukraine [224]
  • Johnny Servoz-Gavin, 64, French racing driver.[225]

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