Phyllis Ripp, 51, music publisher, production and record company co-owner, died Feb. 2 of lung cancer.
Ishiro Honda, who directed the first science fiction movies of the monster "Godzilla" stomping on famous landmarks, died Feb. 28 at Kono Hospital. He was 81.
V.J. Skutt, who built Mutual of Omaha Cos. into the nation's largest provider of individual health insurance to Americans and linked the company to TV's popular wildlife show, died Tuesday.
Cathy and Bill Krickl, a boy, William Charles Jr., Jan. 29, Huntington Memorial Hospital, Pasadena. Mother's a publicity manager for Stephen J. Cannell Prods.
Franco Brusati, Italian writer and director, died Feb. 28 of leukemia in Rome. He was 72. Brusati, who was born in Milan, worked as a journalist before moving to Rome, where he became a film…
David Gallegly, actor and singer, died Feb. 15 of AIDS complications in New York City.
Attorney Samuel Dunford died Feb. 15 of undisclosed causes in Palm Springs.
Eddie Constantine, 75, American actor who became famous in Europe by portraying American tough-guy characters in films, died Feb. 25 in Wiesbaden, Germany, of a heart attack.
David A. Lipton, 86, longtime head of advertising and publicity for Universal Pictures and its parent company, MCA Inc., died March 2 after a lengthy illness.
Services for Stan Wojno, who died Feb. 1, will be held at 11 a.m. March 14 at Buerge Chapel, 925 Haverford St., Pacific Palisades, (310) 454-6699.