Robin Russell has been inked to the post of veepee of corporate business affairs for Sony Pictures Entertainment, sources confirmed yesterday.
Jay E. Raeben, former television writer and creator of a medical video service, died March 4 of heart failure at his home in New York City.
William K. Howard, longtime costumer, died March 11 of a stroke while undergoing surgery at the Motion Picture & Television Hospital. He was 70.
Ed Jurist, 76, television producer and writer, died of heart failure March 12 in Los Angeles.
Marie Saxon Silverman Marich and P. Robert Marich, a boy, Nicholas Robert, March 16, Huntington Memorial Hospital, Pasadena.
Paris Eley has been named senior VP of marketing at Motown Records, a rise from his former job as senior VP of R&B promotion.
Larz E. Bourne, creator of the TV cartoon character Deputy Dawg, died March 14.
Edgar Nelson Barclift, dancer and choreographer, died March 11 after a lengthy illness.