List of Famous people who died at 14
John Hron was a Swedish 14-year-old boy who was tortured to death and drowned by four young neo-Nazis. The month before his death, Hron had won a bronze medal in the national canoeing youth championships.
Nahoko Uehashi is a Japanese writer, primarily of fantasy books, for which she has won many awards.
Alexia González-Barros González was a Spanish Roman Catholic child. González-Barros studied in school in Madrid and in her childhood received a papal blessing from Pope John Paul II during her trip to Rome. But in late 1984 she began feeling pains in her arm and back that led to a diagnosis two months later as being a malignant tumor in the vertebral column transforming into spinal cancer. Her siblings and friends remembered her for her piousness and her dedication to practicing holiness in all aspects of life.
Leslie Erin Mahaffy was a Canadian murder victim of killers Paul Bernardo and Karla Homolka. At the time of her death, she was a resident of Burlington, Ontario and a Grade 9 student at M.M. Robinson High School. Mahaffy's kidnapping was one in a series of disappearances of Ontario schoolgirls in the early 1990s, including Kristen French, also a victim of Bernardo and Homolka. Prior to killing Mahaffy in 1991 and French in 1992, the pair had raped and killed Homolka's teenaged sister Tammy in 1990. The disappearances, arrests, and convictions were widely covered in Canadian media, becoming one of the most notorious crimes in Canadian history.
Ryōko Chiba is a Japanese women's professional shogi player ranked 4-dan. She is a two-time winner of the Women's Ōshō title.
Sheikh Faisal bin Hamad Al Khalifa was a member of the Bahrain's ruling family, the House of Khalifa.
Kanna Suzuki is a Japanese women's professional shogi player ranked 3-dan.