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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 celebration of American literature that featured Kurt Vonnegut, Alice Walker, Woody Allen and Arthur Miller.

Additionally, he produced documentaries for A&E, Discovery and the History Channel.

Hanig is survived by his wife, Leslie Leitner, an 11-month old son, two sisters and his parents.

In lieu of flowers, family suggests donations be made to Treepeople c/o The Hanig Trust, 3692 Corinth Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90066.

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