Gloria Buckles, an executive secretary in the motion picture industry for many years, died Sept. 20 of cancer at the Motion Picture and Television Hospital.
William Masselos, 72, a leading American pianist who introduced noted works by Charles Ives and Aaron Copland, died Oct. 23 at his home in N.Y. of complications from Parkinson's disease.
Charles Lee, 78, a comedy writer who worked for Bob Hope for 32 years, died Oct. 18 of heart failure at St. Joseph's Medical Center, Burbank, following a long illness.
Pearl Smiley, mother of veteran distribution executive Avron Rosen, died Oct. 14 in Minneapolis.
Antoinette (Toni) Molinari, who started her acting career as a 7-year-old extra, died Oct. 16 of kidney failure at a Burbank hospital. She was 63.
Viacom Entertainment's search for a successor to Dennis Gillespie, who stepped down last week as prexy of worldwide marketing, domestic features and off-net sales (Daily Variety, Oct. 22), has…
Maggie Comer Robinson, 88, whose methods of educating children and parents out of the poverty cycle were the subject of a book, a PBS docu and a funk/rock album, died Sept. 29 in an East Chicago…
Robert Catic, executive director of accounting services for Paramount Pictures, died Sept. 28 after a short illness.