John Pfeiffer, 75, who produced recordings by some of classical music's most famous artists, including Van Cliburn, Jascha Heifetz and Arturo Toscanini, in a 50-year career, died Thursday of a heart attack at his New York office.
Affleck Gray, 89, a Scottish mountaineer, author and expert on the legendary Big Gray Man of Ben MacDhui, died Wednesday.
The Rev. Frank C. Carr, 73, who gave up a publishing career to start a program for minority students, died Wednesday in Yuma, Ariz. Mr. Carr founded INROADS, a nonprofit college preparatory and career-development organization for minority students, in 1970.
John H. Loudon, 90, who headed the Shell Oil Co. from 1951 until 1965, died Feb. 4 in Haarlem, Netherlands.
Derek Worlock, 76, the Roman Catholic archbishop of Liverpool, England, died of cancer Thursday.
Tony Costa, 85, a clarinetist who played with traditional New Orleans jazz bands until his retirement several years ago, died Thursday in New Orleans.