Actress, writer and teacher Ann Loring died July 10 in New York from stroke complications. She was 90.
A memorial will be held at Frank E. Campbell’s, Madison Ave and 81st St., July 24 at 3:00 p.m.
Loring played Tammy Forrest on “Love of Life” for 13 years, winning Emmys for daytime actress in 1961, ’62 and ’63. She worked in radio, TV, film and on stage.
For seven years, she served as president of the New York local of AFTRA and continued on the local and national boards. She was also a governor and trustee of the National Academy of TV Arts and Sciences.
She taught writing at the New School Of Social Research for more than 20 years, mentoring scores of writers over the years.
Her books include “Mark of Satan,” “Thirteenth Doll,” “Emergency” and “Write and Sell your TV Drama.” She produced and was a panelist on “The Barry Farber Show” for 2000 airings.
She is survived by two sons.
Donations may be made to the International Women’s Writing Guild to fund scholoarships, P.O. Box 810, Gracie Station, New York, NY 10028.