Deaths in November 2013

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The following is a list of notable deaths in November 2013.
Entries for each day are listed alphabetically by surname. A typical entry lists information in the following sequence:

Name, age, country of citizenship and reason for notability, established cause of death, reference.

November 2013[edit]
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François Bovon, 75, Swiss biblical scholar and historian.[1]
Tato Laviera, 63, American Nuyorican poet, diabetes.[2]
John Y. McCollister, 92, American politician, member of the House of Representatives from Nebraska (1971–1977), cancer.[3]
Hakimullah Mehsud, 34, Pakistani Taliban leader, drone strike.[4]
Mario Ojeda Gómez, 86, Mexican scholar and diplomat.[5]
Paul Dennis Reid, 55, American convicted murderer.[6]
Eugène Rhéaume, 80, Canadian politician, MP for the Northwest Territories (1963–1965).[7]
Piet Rietveld, 61, Dutch economist.[8]
Editta Sherman, 101, American photographer, longtime resident of Carnegie Hall.[9]

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Jack Alexander, 77, Scottish entertainer and comedian, stroke.[10]
Bill Beall, 91, American football coach (LSU Tigers).[11]
Walt Bellamy, 74, American Hall of Fame basketball player, Olympic gold medalist (1960).[12]
Vasco Giuseppe Bertelli, 89, Italian Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Volterra (1985–2000).[13]
Brita Borge, 82, Norwegian politician.[14]
Robert R. Bowie, 104, American diplomat and academic.[15]
Eugene Callender, 87, American pastor and activist.[16]
Zlatko Crnković, 82, Croatian literary translator.[17]
Ghislaine Dupont, 57, French journalist, shot.[18]
Joop Eversteijn, 92, Dutch footballer (ADO Den Haag).[19]
Målfrid Grude Flekkøy, 78, Norwegian psychologist and children’s ombudsman.[20]
Hugh Gurling, 63, English geneticist, heart attack.[21]
Montgomery Kaluhiokalani, 54, American surfer, lung cancer.[22]
Beatrice Kemmerer, 83, American AAGPBL baseball player.[23]
Mitsuo Komatsubara, 95, Japanese professional golfer, heart failure.[24]
Bill Lawrence, 82, German-born American electric guitar designer and maker.[25]
Clifford Nass, 55, American academic and author (The Media Equation).[26]
Kjell Qvale, 94, Norwegian-born American businessman (Jensen Motors).[27]
Milanko Renovica, 85, Yugoslav politician, President of the Executive Council of SR Bosnia and Herzegovina (1974–1982); President of the Presidency (1984–1985).[28]
Russ Sullivan, 90, American baseba