Timothy Record dies at 38

Was the spokesperson for Homeboy Industries

Timothy Record, who worked with Wendy Finerman Prods., died March 1 in Los Angeles. He was 38.

Record was spokesperson for Homeboy Industries, an organization for youths who were formerly involved in gangs or otherwise at risk. He worked as office manager for more than 11 years for Wendy Finerman. He also worked as a production assistant on films including “Forrest Gump,” “Guess Who,” “First Sunday” and “S.W.A.T.” and on commercial and music videos.

Services will be held Fridayat 7 p.m. at Dolores Mission, 170 South Gless St.

He is survived by three sons.

Donations may be made to the Sons of Timothy Record Educational Trust, c/o Wendy Finerman Prods., 144 S. Beverly Drive, Suite 304, Beverly Hills, CA 90212.

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