Kenneth Moore

Kenneth Moore: Medic parachuted into Normandy for D-Day who set up a medical unit in a church, treating soldiers from both sides

"When you cut through a uniform to get to a wound," he said, "it doesn't matter what arm-patch, from what regiment, is on that uniform. You cut through to save a life."

Dave Mackay holds the FA Cup trophy aloft following Tottenham Hotspur's victory in 1967

Dave Mackay: Dynamic footballer whose extraordinary will to win helped Tottenham to the League and FA Cup double

Only 5ft 8in, he exerted a fearsome muscular presence with his oaken thighs and barrel chest, tearing into tackles like a runaway snow plough

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Maria Golovnina: Reuters bureau chief who reported from Middle Eastern trouble spots with compassion and accuracy

Her eye for telling details helped her to build understated yet powerful accounts of complicated and distressing events

Williams: he would phone his RFU counterpart Don Rutherford with the words, 'Hello, this is God speaking'

Ray Williams: Rugby union coach who transformed the way the game was approached in Wales and Australia

Williams brought a distinctive and original philosophy to coaching

Wittels, right, in 2012 with a fellow writer on 'Parks and Recreation'

Harris Wittels: Comic and writer best known for 'Parks and Recreation', as well as a series of humorous and confessional podcasts

Podcasts proved the best showcase for his fertile mind although his mastery of social media extended to Twitter

Nemtsov in 2012; he was, said Britain’s former ambassador to Russia, ‘charismatic, determined, and, finally, brave’

Boris Nemtsov: Russian opposition leader murdered two days before a planned rally against involvement in Ukraine

Sir Tony Benton, former British Ambassador to Russia: 'He was one of the best: charismatic, enthusiastic, determined to make Russia a better place, and, finally, brave'

Donald R. Keough, president, chief operating officer, and director of The Coca-Cola Company, is photographed at a press conference October 23, 1985 at Lincoln Center in New York City to introduce the New Coke which replaces the original formula of its flagship soft drink, Coca-Cola

Donald Keough: Business executive who expertly led Coca-Cola but also oversaw the disastrous introduction of New Coke

He called New Coke 'smoother, rounder, yet bolder' and 'the boldest marketing move in the history of the consumer goods business'

Owen Gray, Graeme Goodall (centre) and Clement 'Sir Coxsone' Dodd at Federal studio, Jamaica

Graeme Goodall: Audio engineer who became a crucial figure in reggae and helped establish Island Records

Chris Blackwell, with whom Goodall established Island Records: 'Goody was a really important man, and a great one at that'

Oliver Rackham has died aged 75.

Professor Oliver Rackham: Botanist and expert on historic trees and ancient woodland whose work inspired a generation of conservationists

He was the first to explore woods from a variety of different perspectives

Leonard Nimoy in his 'Spock' costume with his Buick Riviera, 1965.

Leonard Nimoy: Actor and director whose career was dominated by his role as the Vulcan science officer Spock in Star Trek

He played the iconic character in a Star Trek career that spanned 47 years

Aliyev in Vienna in 2011; he handed himself in to Austrian police last year

Rakhat Aliyev: Businessman and diplomat who exploited his connections to make a fortune but was due to stand trial for murder

Aliyev died in an Austrian prison cell awaiting trial for murder, a charge his supporters say was politically motivated

Finlayson saves from Blackburn’s Bryan Douglas during the 1960 FA Cup final

Malcolm Finlayson: Goalkeeper whose abilities helped the Wolves side of the 1950s win two League titles and the FA Cup

Finlayson was a confident, intelligent character who would later become a hugely successful businessman

Willke in 1995 in Amsterdam, addressing a conference against euthanasia

Dr John Willke: Obstetrician who retired in order to campaign against abortion and said that few rapes result in pregnancy

Other doctors, and abortion rights advocates, accused Willke of ignoring the facts and science

Rees: he warned against the shallowness and undigested melange of ‘cultural studies’

AL Rees: Writer and teacher who made a formidable advocate for the study of the moving image as an artist's medium

Rees was a fount of knowledge and became an invaluable source of advice to the Arts Council, the BFI, Tate and Arts & Humanities Research Council

Ranger, far left, is deported with his wife Shelagh (second left) from Southern Rhodesia; third left is Joshua Nkomo, next to James Chikerema; far right is Ranger’s friend John Reed, next to Robert Mugabe

Professor Terence Ranger: Historian and activist whose vigorous campaign against white rule in Southern Rhodesia led to his deportation

Although he was only in Southern Rhodesia from 1957 until 1963, Ranger managed to get up the collective nose of most whites

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