Died on this Day
Anniversary Date: 25-Jul
Died on This Day (25-Jul)
Beji Caid Essebsi
Mohamed Beji Caid Essebsi was a Tunisian politician who was the President of Tunisia from 31 December 2014 until his death on 25 July 2019.
President of Tunisia
Barbara Marx Sinatra was an American model, showgirl, socialite, philanthropist, and the fourth wife of Frank Sinatra.
Frank Sinatra wife
Kongar-ool Borisovich Ondar was a master Tuvan throat singer and a member of the Great Khural of Tuva.
Tuvan throat singer
Jeret "Speedy" Peterson was an American World Cup aerial skier from Boise, Idaho, skiing out of Bogus Basin.
Albert Mangelsdorff was a German jazz trombonist. Working mainly in free jazz, he was an innovator in multiphonics.
Joan Daphne Mary Pearson, was a Women's Auxiliary Air Force officer during the Second World War and one of only thirteen women recipients of the George Cross, the highest decoration for gallantry not in the face of an enemy that can, or could, be awarded to a citizen of the United Kingdom or commonwealth.
Women's Auxiliary Air Force officer
Sir Shettima Kashim Ibrahim, KCMG, CBE was a Kanuri politician who was head of the Native Administration in Borno and was a minister for Social Services in the 1950s.
Dennis Hoey was a British film and stage actor, best known for playing Inspector Lestrade in six films of Universal's Sherlock Holmes series.
British film actor
Gleason Belzile was a Canadian politician and notary.
Sergio Marchionne was an Italian-Canadian businessman, widely known for his turnarounds of the automakers Fiat and Chrysler, his business acumen and his outspoken and often frank approach, especially when dealing with unpalatable issues related to his companies and the automotive industry.
Stepan Viktorovych Chubenko was a Ukrainian football player who played as a goalkeeper of Avanhard Kramartorsk.
Ukrainian football player
Susanne Lothar was a German film, television and stage actress.
Donald C. Backer
Donald C. Backer was an American astrophysicist who primarily worked in radio astronomy.
Edward Paul Runge was an American professional baseball umpire.
American baseball umpire
Charles Allan Rich was an American country music singer, songwriter, and musician.
Joseph-Napoléon Francoeur was a lawyer, judge and political figure in Quebec.
Toivo Ilmari Hannikainen was a Finnish composer. Hannikainen was the son of Pekka Juhani Hannikainen and the brother of Väinö Hannikainen, both of whom were composers and of Tauno Hannikainen who was a conductor.
Edward Ball Knobel was an English businessman and amateur astronomer.
English amateur astronomer