Kay Sexton Brown and Webster Phillips, Aug. 28, L.A. Bride's non-pro; groom's a makeup artist.
Jeff and Ellen Nagler, a girl, Michelle Erin, Aug. 29, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.
Harrold Beecher (Beech) Laswell, 65, stuntman who doubled for Lee Marvin and James Coburn in such films as "Paint Your Wagon" and "Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid," died Oct. 10 of heart failure at his…
Ruth Vernon, 72, assistant to Ben Piazza in casting at RKO Pictures during the 1940s, died Oct. 6 in Sherman Oaks of heart failure.
Ben Cooper, 71, whose TV Fanfare Publications publishes the free TV Logs and TV Movie News guides distributed at supermarkets nationwide, died Sept. 6 of a heart ailment in an Encino hospital.
Stephen F. Temmer, 64, a retired recording and broadcasting equipment exec and noted audio technician, died Oct. 8 in N.Y. of complications from AIDS.
Joerg Agin is moving across town to Universal Studios.
Jazz trumpeter and composer Johnny Carisi, 70, died Oct. 3 at Mount Sinai Hospital in N.Y. of complications from heart surgery.
Mann Theaters head film buyer Paul Rosenfeld and Triumph Releasing's VP domestic sales anddistribution Linda Ditrinco have ankled for newly created top posts at the fledgling Gramercy Pictures. The…
Character actor, dancer and master of ceremonies Charles A. Reade, 82, died in Saugus, Mass., on Aug. 29.