Deaths in August 2008

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The following is a list of notable deaths in August 2008.

August 2008

1

  • [1] (Spanish)
  • [2]
  • [3]
  • [4]
  • [5]
  • [6]
  • [7]

2

  • [8]
  • [9]
  • [10]
  • Geoffrey Ballard, 76, Canadian businessman and fuel cell scientist, founder of [11]
  • [12]
  • [13]
  • [14] (Norwegian)
  • [15]
  • [16] (Norwegian)
  • [17]
  • [18]
  • [19]
  • [20]

3

  • [21] (French)
  • [22]
  • [23]
  • [24]
  • [25]
  • [26]
  • [27]
  • [28]
  • [29]
  • [30]

4

  • [31]
  • [32]
  • [33]
  • [34]
  • [35]
  • [36]
  • [37]
  • [38]
  • [39]

5

  • [40] (German)
  • [41]
  • [42]
  • [43]
  • [44]
  • [45]
  • [46]
  • [47] (German)
  • [48] (Portuguese)

6

  • [49]
  • [50]
  • [51]
  • [52]
  • [53]
  • [54]
  • [55]
  • [56]
  • [57]

7

  • [58]
  • [59]
  • [60]
  • [61]
  • [62]

8

  • [63]
  • [64]
  • [65]
  • [66]
  • [67]

9

  • [68]
  • [69]
  • [70]
  • [71]
  • [72]
  • [73]
  • [74]
  • [75]
  • [76] (French)
  • [77]
  • [78]
  • [79]

10

  • [80]
  • [81]
  • [82]
  • [83]
  • [84]
  • [85]
  • [86]
  • [87] (German)
  • [88]

11

  • [89] (Swedish)
  • [90]
  • [91]
  • [92]
  • [93]
  • [94]
  • [95]
  • [96]
  • [97]
  • [98] (German)
  • [99]
  • [100]
  • [101]

12

  • [102]
  • [103]
  • [104]
  • [105]
  • [106]
  • [107]
  • [108]
  • [109]
  • [110]
  • [111] (Slovak)
  • [112] (France)
  • [113]
  • [114]
  • [115]

13

  • [116]
  • [117]
  • [118]
  • John MacDougall, 60, British politician, MP for [119]
  • [120]
  • [121]
  • [122]
  • [123]
  • [124]

14

  • [125]
  • [126]
  • [127]
  • [128]
  • [129]
  • Carlton John, 92/93, West Indian cricket umpire. [130]
  • [131]
  • [132]
  • [133]
  • [134]

15

  • [135]
  • [136]
  • [137]
  • [138]
  • [139]
  • [140]
  • [141]

16

  • [142]
  • [143]
  • [144]
  • [145]
  • [146]
  • [147]
  • [148] (Romanian)
  • [149]
  • [150]
  • [151]
  • [152] (Estonian)

17

  • [153]
  • [154]
  • [155]
  • [156]
  • [157]

18

  • [158]
  • [159]
  • [160]
  • [161]
  • [162]
  • [163]

19

  • [164]
  • [165]
  • [166]
  • [167]
  • [168] (Russian)
  • [169]
  • [170]
  • [171]
  • [172]
  • [173]

20

  • [174] (Croatian)
  • [175] (Chinese)
  • [176]
  • [177]
  • [178]
  • [179]
  • Clair Isbister, 92, Australian paediatrician. [180]
  • [181]
  • [182]
  • [183]
  • [184]
  • [185]
  • [186]

21

  • [187]
  • [188] (Romanian)
  • [189]
  • [190]
  • [191]
  • [192]
  • [193]
  • [194]

22

  • [195]
  • [196]
  • [197]
  • [198]
  • [199]

23

  • [200]
  • [201]
  • [202]
  • [203]
  • [204]
  • [205]
  • [206]
  • [207]
  • [208]

24

  • [209]
  • [210]
  • [211]
  • [212]
  • [213]

25

  • Randa Chahal, 54, Lebanese film maker, cancer. [214]
  • [215]
  • [216]
  • Ahmed Faraz, 74, Pakistani poet. [217]
  • [218]
  • [219]
  • [220]
  • [221] (French)
  • [222] (Finnish)
  • [223]
  • [224] (German)
  • [225]

26

  • [226]
  • [227]
  • [228]
  • [229]
  • [230]

27

  • [231]
  • [232] (Portuguese)
  • Chittaranjan Mitra, 82, Indian scientist and administrator.[233]
  • [234]
  • [235]
  • [236]

28

  • [237]
  • [238]
  • [239]
  • [240]
  • [241]
  • Swami Chidananda Saraswati, 91, Indian spiritual leader, president of the [242]
  • [243] (Icelandic)
  • [244]
  • [245]

29

  • [246]
  • [247]
  • [248]
  • [249]
  • Peter Snow, 81, British artist and theatre designer. [250]

30

  • [251]
  • [252]
  • [253]
  • [254]
  • [255]
  • [256]
  • [257]
  • [258]

31

  • [259]
  • [260] (Dutch)
  • [261]
  • [262]
  • [263]
  • [264]
  • [265]

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