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Robert Benjamin Bring

Robert Benjamin Bring, veteran film editor who received several Emmy nominations, died Wednesday of brain cancer at his home in Valley Village. He was 60.

A film editor for more than 40 years, he worked for numerous Hollywood film and television studios, including ABC, California Studios, Disney Studios, Spelling Prods. and most recently Lynch Entertainment.

A longtime member of both the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences, he garnered Emmy nominations in 1983 for “Matt Houston” and the following year for “Dark Mirror.”

Bring’s brother Harry works as a unit production manager.

He is also survived by his wife, Lois; a daughter; a sister and five grandchildren.

Services will be held 10 a.m. Sunday at Groman-Eden Memorial Park, 11500 Sepulveda Blvd., Mission Hills.

In lieu of flowers, family suggests donations in Bring’s name be made to the City of Hope.

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