Friday, March 02, 2012

An afternoon of remembrance, tomorrow on Saturday afternoon

Master of Ceremonies Tom Sito gets the afternoon rolling.

The Animation Guild, ASIFA Hollywood and Women In Animation present


Saturday, March 3, 2012

Food and refreshments, noon

Memoriams, 1 pm

Hollywood Heritage Museum (Lasky-DeMille Barn)

2100 N. Highland (across from Hollywood Bowl), Hollywood

A non-denominational celebration of departed friends from our animation community...

  • Pat Agnasin
  • Karen Aqua
  • Arland Barron
  • Jordan Belson
  • Robert Breer
  • Vincent Cafarelli
  • Don Christiansen
  • Cornelius “Corny” Cole
  • Del Connell
  • Sherrie Cuzzort
  • Ray Deter
  • Ann Dvorak
  • Ricky Garduno
  • Norm Gottfredson
  • Mark Hall
  • Edith Hoffman
  • Steve Jobs
  • Bill Justice
  • Earl Kress
  • Dorse Lanpher
  • Dolores LeMoyne Mills
  • Claire Mantalis
  • Judie Martin
  • Dwayne McDuffie
  • Dan Mills
  • Candy Monteiro
  • Jean-Maxime Perramon
  • Patricia Pleman
  • Barney Posner
  • Rick Quiroz
  • Hal Silvermintz
  • Paul Sommer
  • Kevyn Wallace
  • Wayne Welty
  • Star Wirth

The Afternoon is free of charge and is open to all; no RSVPs necessary.

Katherine Quaife, Martha Sigall, Bronwen Barry.

(I swiped a few of your pics, Bronnie ... a thousand pardons.)


Steve Hulett said...

Afternoon of the remembrance went well. Lots of old friends remembering those who left (many of them too soon.)

Many thanks to all who helped to make it happen.

Kathleen Quaife said...

It was such an honor to sit next to Martha Sigall today. Also I want to say thank you to Marlon West for your heartfelt remembrance of Dorse Lanpher today. Thank you to all of you who are keeping alive the memories of the people we are indebted to today for giving us our heritage and our industry, and so much joy.
I knew way too many names on that list today.

Bronnie said...

It's always been such a privilege to participate in the planning of this event every year for the past 18.(and Jeff no prob with the pic's.. Glad you like them!)
Katie you are so right on about our dear Martha,(who turns 95 next month).She's been part of our committee since the beginning and she is adored by us all.:)

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