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Edward H. Gottesman

Edward H. Gottesman, 41, an artist and theatrical set designer, died Sept. 28 of AIDS complications at the Kaiser Permanente Hospital in Oakland.

A native of Queens, Gottesman designed the sets for “Quisbies” at D.C.’s Kennedy Center in 1990 and for “Theater Rhinoceros” in S.F. in 1989.

His parents and three brothers survive.

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