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Deena Kramer


Deena Kramer, a former TV producer and writer, died Oct. 14 of cancer in Suffren, N.Y. She was 53.

During her 30-year career, she served as an executive for Universal TV, NBC and Peter Guber Prods.

In 1979 she produced “The Kid From Left Field,” which starred Gary Coleman and Robert Guillaume, for NBC. She was also the co-author of “The Name Game.”

No survivors.

Friends suggest donations in her name be made to the American Cancer Society, 1 Executive Blvd., Suite G, Suffren, NY, 10901.

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