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Cremation Services of the Desert
666 South Vella Road
Palm Springs , CA 92264
(760) 778-2597
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Bryant Francis recommended for Shreveport job - Idaho Press-Tribune

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
He previously served as aviation real estate director for Wayne County Airport Authority in Detroit and as deputy marketing and communications director at Palm Springs International Airport. Cooksey, the only Louisiana resident up for the director's job, has been the interim director since February, 2011. The Airport Authority's recommendation, approved Tuesday, goes to Mayor Cedric Glover, who will then bring his recommendation before the City Council for final approval. ___ Information from: The Times, http://www.shreveporttimes.com © 2012 Idaho Press-Tribune. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Idah...

Donald F. Smith, Champion of Cabaret, Dies at 79 - New York Times

Thu, Mar 22, 2012
It later moved to the Rose Theater of Jazz at Lincoln Center. It also expanded to other cities. There have been three conventions in Chicago and one each in Philadelphia, London and Palm Springs, Calif.; three others have been held in East Hampton, N.Y.. Plans have been made for the New York convention to continue under the artistic direction of the singer KT Sullivan. Mr. Smith was born in New Bedford, Mass., on Oct. 7, 1932. After serving in the Army during the Korean War, he moved to New York City in 1955 and worked at the Abercrombie & Fitch and B. Altman stores. While in New York he became friends with a number of stars, including Margot Fonteyn and Ms. Mercer, and offered his services as a publicist and promoter. In 1980, after Mr. Smith had spent five years trying to persuade the Algonquin Hotel to bring back its long-dormant Oak Room, the club reopened with Steve Ross, a protégé of Mr. Smith’s, performing on an upright piano with a single spotlight. The upright was soon replaced by a grand piano, and cabaret remained a fixture at the Oak Room through the end of last year. (The hotel, which has been closed for renovations since January and plans to reopen in May, announced last month that it was discontinuing its cabaret.) Mr. Smith’s tastes were elegant and traditional. He nurtured a stable of performers including Michael Feinstein, who played his first major New York engagement at the Oak Room, as well as the nightclub star Julie Wilson and the singer and actress Andrea Marcovicci. He produced centennial tributes to Cole Porter and Noël Coward at Carnegie Hall. Mr. Smith, who has no immediate survivors, lived in an East Side apartment atop his office in rooms plastered with pictures of idols like Porter, Coward, Fred Astaire, Gertrude Lawrence and Ethel Merman.

Judy Lewis, Secret Daughter of Hollywood, Dies at 76Judy Lewis, Secret Daughter of Hollywood, Dies at 76

Wed, Nov 30, 2011
Hollywood royalty, into what she later described as a Cinderella-like childhood. Confronted by Ms. Lewis, Young finally made a tearful confession in 1966 at her sprawling home in Palm Springs, Calif. Young was 22 and unmarried when she and Gable, 34 and married to Maria Langham, had their brief affair. She spent most of her pregnancy in Europe to avoid Hollywood gossip. Ms. Lewis was born on Nov. 6, 1935, in a rented house in Venice, Calif. Soon she was turned over to a series of caretakers, including St. Elizabeth’s Infants Hospital in San Francisco, so that Young could return to stardom. When Ms. Lewis was 19 months old, her mother brought her back home and announced through the gossip columnist Louella Parsons that she had adopted the child. Ms. Lewis grew up in Los Angeles, cushioned in the luxury of her mother’s movie-star lifestyle even as she endured what she later described as an outsider’s isolation within her family and the teasing of children at school. They teased her about her ears: they stuck out like Dumbo’s. Or, as Hollywood rumors had it, they stuck out like Clark Gable’s. Ms. Lewis’s mother dressed her in bonnets ... (New York Times)

Anthony Marchionda, singer known as Tony Marsh

Fri, Oct 21, 2011
High School, Mr. Marchionda began singing at age 10 to help support his seven siblings. He entertained in the Town Casino while he was still in his teens. He performed for many years in Las Vegas and Palm Springs, Calif., meeting and sharing the stage with many famous people, including Frank Sinatra, Bob Hope and Liberace. A longtime resident of Palm Springs, he retired from singing in the 1990s but still did small dates in southwest Florida. He was a favorite in the Bamboo Room in St. Petersburg. He returned to the Buffalo area in 2007. His wife of 34 years, Patricia Kingsland Licata Marchionda, died in 2010. Surviving are two stepsons, Michael L... (The Buffalo News)

Elizabeth ‘Ann' Ludovissie

Thu, Oct 20, 2011
Kelly Hazelton of Winona; granddaughters, Victoria and Valerie Hazelton of Winona; brothers, Art (Delores) Manning of Staples, Minn., Bob Manning of St. Paul, Ron Manning of Palm Springs, Calif.; her loyal Shih Tzu, Snoopy; and many nieces and nephews. Ann is preceded in death by her husband of 50 years, Jim Ludovissie, who died in 2002; three infant sons and one infant daughter; sisters-in-law, Sharon and Karen Manning; and her parents. A memorial Mass will be offered at 11 a.m. Friday, Oct. 21, at St. Mary's Catholic Church, with visitation one hour prior. The Rev. James Berning will officiate. Please share a memory of Ann with the family, sign her online guestbook, and view her video tribute when it becomes available at www.hofffuneral.com. (Winona Daily News)

Elizabeth ‘Ann' Ludovissie

Thu, Oct 20, 2011
Kelly Hazelton of Winona; granddaughters, Victoria and Valerie Hazelton of Winona; brothers, Art (Delores) Manning of Staples, Minn., Bob Manning of St. Paul, Ron Manning of Palm Springs, Calif.; her loyal Shih Tzu, Snoopy; and many nieces and nephews. Ann is preceded in death by her husband of 50 years, Jim Ludovissie, who died in 2002; three infant sons and one infant daughter; sisters-in-law, Sharon and Karen Manning; and her parents. A memorial Mass will be offered at 11 a.m. Friday, Oct. 21, at St. Mary's Catholic Church, with visitation one hour prior. The Rev. James Berning will officiate. Please share a memory of Ann with the family, sign her online guestbook, and view her video tribute when it becomes available at www.hofffuneral.com. (Winona Daily News)

Dolores Hope, wife of Bob Hope, dies at 102 - Newsday (subscription)

Tue, Sep 20, 2011
New York's Rainbow and Stars as guest with Rosemary Clooney. Aside from overseeing two homes— the 18,000 square-foot mansion in North Hollywood and the 25,000 square-foot hilltop home in Palm Springs — Dolores worked indefatigably for numerous charities. From 1969 to 1976 she served as president of the Eisenhower Medical Center in Palm Desert, Calif., then becoming chairwoman. In 1982, she explained her philosophy: "I like being with people, but I also need to have my time alone. I think it's terribly important to have some time during the day when you stop and take all the energy that you have given out and pull it back in, find the source of your energy. Then you work from there." User rating: 4 (1) Click to rate ...

Celebrity hairstylist, AIDS activist Guy Wayne Lawson dies

Tue, Aug 30, 2011
PM PDT Story Updated: Aug 17, 2011 at 6:42 PM PDT Funeral services will be private for Guy Wayne Lawson, a celebrity hairstylist and founder of the HIV/AIDS unit at Desert Regional Medical Center in Palm Springs. Lawson died of heart failure in his sleep on Sunday at his Hancock Park home, according to his partner of 42 years, Dick Taylor. He was 66. Lawson moved to New York in 1965 to study hairdressing and eventually landed such hig... (LA Independent)




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