Death was recently disclosed of Mark Boes, 30, longtime production manager for George Schlatter Prods., who died Oct. 28 in Los Angeles of cancer.

Boes was an associate producer on “America’s Hope Award Honoring Opra Winfrey.”

For four years he had been production manager on “The American Comedy Awards,” and also worked on “Sammy Davis Jr.’s 60th Anniversary Celebration,” “MDA’s 25th Anniversary Event,” “George Schlatter’s Comedy Club” and other productions for Schlatter.

Previously, Boes worked for Smith-Hemion and Bonnie Burns Prods. as clip clearance coordinator on several “TV Academy Hall Of Fame” specials, and on specials “The Emmys,” “Sheena Easton… Act I” and “Neil Diamond. . . A Special Day.” He also worked on “Bloopers And Practical Jokes” for Dick Clark Prods.

As a member of his Indiana High School Drama Club, Boes co-directed and co-produced several stage productions, earning him a mention in Who’s Who Among American High School Students.

From 1977 to 1980, he toured the nation with the Young Americans.

Survived by his mother and brother.

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