Robert L. Brenner, entertainment attorney, died Wednesday in Los Angeles as a result of liver failure. He was 56.
Douglas Heyes, a writer and director whose TV and motion picture career spanned four decades, died Monday at his home in Beverly Hills of congestive heart failure. He was 73.
Funeral services will be held today at San Fernando Cemetery for Ruth M. Brochu, whose sons Jim and Don are both involved in the entertainment industry.
Alexander Schneider, a renowned violinist and conductor, died last Tuesday. He was 84 and had suffered from heart disease.
Artist-sculptor Barbara Ann Housekepper -- mother of Lee Housekepper, who was a booking agent for the Doors and Jefferson Airplane -- died Jan. 19 at her home in Half Moon Bay.
Anna and Charlie Solomou, a girl, Anastasia, Jan. 24, New York Hospital.
Jan Craven has been upped to director, client and group relations, MCA Television Group, with responsibilities including facilitating communications among all the group's divisions.
Stan J. Wojno Jr., an actor, died Feb. 1 of respiratory failure in Los Angeles. He was 45 years old. Wojno received his education from the College of William & Mary and Kansas State U., graduating…