Armand (Army) Grant


ABC's first director of daytime programming, Armand (Army) Grant, died Wednesday of heart failure at Eisenhower Medical Center in Rancho Mirage. He was 80. Following World War II service in the U.S…

Jack McFadden


Jack McFadden, who managed the careers of country music stars Billy Ray Cyrus, Buck Owens and Keith Whitley, died Tuesday of liver cirrhosis in Nashville. He was 71. His death came the day after…


Suzanne Pettit


Film and TV editor Suzanne Pettit died May 28 of breast cancer at her home in Los Angeles. She was 50. Born in Texas and reared in New Orleans, Pettit began her editing career as a contributor to…

Joshua Hanig


Documentary filmmaker Joshua Hanig died June 1 of pancreatic cancer in Los Angeles. He was 46. He produced several documentaries for PBS including “Generation at Risk” and “Storytellers,” a…

Angel South


Angel South, lead guitarist with the early '70s band Chase who later wrote novelty songs, died of prostate cancer June 4 in Placerville. He was 55. Born Lucien Gondron in Port Arthur, Texas, South…

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Lew Chudd


Lew Chudd, founder and president of Imperial Records, the indie record label that launched the career of Fats Domino, died Tuesday of heart failure in Los Angeles. He was 86. A native of Toronto…

Sheldon Gunsberg


Sheldon Gunsberg, a film exhibition and distribution executive for more than half a century, died Thursdayof a heart attack at his home in New York City. He was 78. Gunsberg served as president of…

Helen Carter


Helen Carter, of the singing Carter family, whose songs from the Appalachia region helped popularize country music, died June 2 at Vanderbilt U. Medical Center in Nashville following a lengthy…

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