Those we lost in 2014
Thursday 18 December 2014
The following Reuters people past and present died this year:
- Bob Beattie, 71, product manager in London and New York.
- David Betts, 78, former world services editor.
- Gerald “Jerry” Bieszk, 66, former commodities reporter in Chicago.
- Barb Burg, 50, global head of communications.
- Murad Chawki, former sales and marketing manager in the Middle East and Asia.
- Ronald 'Nobby' Clarke, 86, former correspondent and editor.
- Frances Dennis, 90, former sub-editor on the North American and Central desks in London.
- Peter Desbarats, former sub-editor on the NorDesk in London.
- Michael Dixon, former marketing manager in London and Singapore.
- Michael Edbrooke, 61, former Reuters corporate picture librarian and photographer.
- Jack Gee, 85, former correspondent in France and in China.
- Eddie Gillis, 72, former UK London Field Group engineer and communications specialist.
- Jimmy Hahn, 83, former South East Asia manager in Singapore.
- Nick Hutton, former deputy editor-in-chief of Visnews.
- Bill Jenkins, 71, former accountant in Europe and Asia.
- Michael Littlejohns, 91, former chief correspondent at the United Nations.
- Arch MacKenzie, 88, former journalist in London.
- Martin Macleod, former international programme manager.
- John McCallum, 90, former copy editor in London.
- Ali Mehravari, 91, former correspondent, bureau chief and manager in Tehran.
- Ray Rumble, 81, former special traffic manager in London.
- Nigel Ryan, 83, a former correspondent.
- Patrick Seale, 83, the first specialist economic correspondent assigned abroad by Reuters.
- Debra Sherman, 51, a correspondent in the United States.
- Jeremy Smith, 54, former deputy news editor at Reuters Television.
- Michael Sposito, 57, former Visnews and Reuters Television bureau chief.
- Reg Watts, 88, former commodities editor.