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Rose May Pichinson

Advertising and entertainment executive

Rose May Pichinson, a longtime executive in the advertising and entertainment fields, died Feb. 14 of natural causes in Los Angeles. She was 81.

During the 1950s and early ’60s, she worked in an executive capacity for the advertising firm of McCann-Erickson. She later worked as an assistant producer for “Playboy After Dark” in the late 1960s, followed by an executive producing stint for “The Johnny Cash Show” in Nashville during the early 1970s.

In Hollywood, she served as a personal manager for actresses Sally Struthers and Eileen Brennan.

She is survived by her brother, a niece and nephew.

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