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Barbi Krass, ASID
Owner
Colorworks Studio

CO L ORV O I1KS

Midnight Cowboy.
Sam Schulman, 93, first owner of
Seattle SuperSonics basketball team.
Bernard Schwartz, 85, producer of
numerous films, including Coal Miner's
Daughter and Psycho II.
David Schwartz, 92, writer who did
mostof the scripts for the Amos and
Andy TV series.
Joel E Segall, 80, economist and for-
mer president of Baruch College.
Florence Stanley, 83, raspy-voiced
character actress who played Yenta in
Fiddler on the Roof on Broadway for six
years and worked on several TV series.
William Steig, 95, famed New Yorker
cartoonist magazine and illustrator of
countless children's books including
Shrek.
David Stern III, 94, creator of
Francis the Talking Mule.
Sandy Tarlow, 59, advertising execu-
tive who created the image of Polo-
Ralph Lauren.
Edward
Teller, 95, sci-
entist who
helped start the
nuclear era
with his work
on the atomic
bomb and
played a lead-
ing role in
• Teller
inventing the
hydrogen
bomb.
Laurence A. Tisch, 80, billionaire
co-founder of Loews Corp., former
owner of CBS and noted supporter of
Jewish causes.
Leonard Tose, 88, trucking magnate
and former owner of the Philadelphia
Eagles.
Eugene Troobnick, 75, one of the
founders of Chicago's famed comedy
Second City
comedy
troupe.
Leon Uris,
78, author of
Exodus and sev-
eral other pop-
ular novels.
Cyla Mueller
Wiesenthal,
Uris
95, wife of
Nazi hunter
Simon
Wiesenthal.
Warren Zevon, 56, singer-songwriter
known for his twisted sense of humor
(Werewolves of London, Lifill Kill Ya).
Paul Zindel, 66, author of the 1970
Pulitzer-winning play The Effect of
Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon
Marigolds. ❑

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