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Cyril (Cy) Thompson

Cyril (Cy) Thompson, a 30-year veteran of Pacific Theaters, died Oct. 28 in Los Angeles.

He was 69.

He began his career with Pacific in November 1951 serving in various positions including theater manager and district manager. He retired in April 1990.

He is survived by his wife, Nancy, and four children.

There were no services.

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