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Ashes at Sea
Po Box 161
Redondo Beach , CA h, CA
(310) 372-7211
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Eternal Monument CO
1926 South Pacific Coast Highway
Redondo Beach , CA 90277
(310) 540-7922
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John M Harris Co Cemetery and Funeral Consultants
226 S. Lucia Ave. Suite #1
Redondo Beach , CA 90277
(877) 723-5677
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Robert C. Pierpoint, CBS reporter covered Korean War, 6 presidents

Tue, Oct 25, 2011
He was not afraid of the press,” Mr. Pierpoint said. Mr. Pierpoint covered the White House for 23 years, a period he chronicled in his 1981 memoir, “At the White House.” Born in Redondo Beach, Calif., he graduated from the University of Redlands. While a graduate student at the University of Stockholm, he began work as a CBS stringer and found his calling. In the Nixon era, Mr. Pierpoint, like many reporters, occasionally sparred with the president. Once, at a news conference, Mr. Pierpoint asked Nixon about his supposed anger with the press. “Don’t get the impression that you’ve aroused my anger,” Nixon said. “I am very sorry, sir,” Mr. Pierpoint responded, “but I have that impression.” “You see,” Nixon said, “one can only be angry with those he respects.” Some may have regarded the comment as a withering put-down; it was also seen as a sign of Mr. Pierpoint’s eagerness to pursue the news. He also didn’t hesitate to give his opinion on the directions the White House went after he left, saying recently that he was not impressed with President Obama. “He’s not a fighter. He surrenders to Congress before it’s necessary,” Mr. Pierpoint said. Surviving in addition to his wife are four children. The Washington Post contributed to this report. (The Buffalo News)

Robert Pierpoint, 86, Dies; Correspondent for CBS News

Tue, Oct 25, 2011
CBS reports on Vice President Spiro Agnew’s resignation and on President Richard M. Nixon’s friend Charles G. Rebozo. Robert Charles Pierpoint was born on May 16, 1925, in Redondo Beach, Calif. After naval service in World War II, he graduated from the University of Redlands in California, then did graduate work in Stockholm and was hired by CBS as a freelance reporter there. He became a full-time foreign correspondent in 1951. After covering the Korean War he was the CBS Far Eastern bureau chief in Tokyo until 1957, when he became White House correspondent. He was named CBS’s State Department correspondent in 1980. Mr. Pierpoint, who retired in 1990, is survived by his wife, Patricia; his sons Eric, a television and film actor, and Alan; his daughters Marta and Kim Pierpoint; a sister, Ruth Hogg, and five grandchildren. Mr. Pierpoint was an avid tennis player, something that made for a mixed fashion statement one Saturday in the early 1970s when he reported from the White House lawn. Mr. Pierpoint wore a suit jacket, dress shirt and tie but, as The New York Times later reported in an article on men’s fashions in Washington, “what the television camera did not reveal was that Mr. Pierpoint’s proper attire topped a pair of tennis shorts, tennis sneakers and bare legs.” In his memoir “At the White House: Assignment to Six Presidents” (Putnam, 1981), Mr. Pierpoint wrote that he had hurriedly received a story assignment but was about to play tennis with Ron Ziegler, President Nixon’s communications aide. He changed into a tennis outfit he kept in his locker at the White House, in anticipation of the match, while keeping the suit jacket on. He wrote that when a photo of his full frame later appeared in a book and newspapers, “my superiors were far from pleased, apparently feeling that tennis shorts, a jacket and tie did not provide a dignified image.” Marta Pierpoint said her father had relished that episode and would be buried in a suit jacket and tennis shorts. (New York Times)

Ramona Hahn, matriarch of a political dynasty, dies at 86

Tue, Aug 30, 2011
He was mayor from 2001-2005. Ramona Hahn was born to missionaries living in Japan in 1924, where she lived until age 11. She was a devout member of the Church of Christ and attended church in Redondo Beach. "Ramona was the chief supporter of her husband, Kenny, and his main source of strength and direction throughout his long and prolific life in public service," Supervisor Mike Antonovich said. "She was a strong, kind and compassionate woman devoted to her family and her faith." The California Democratic Party issued a statement praising her contributions to the state's political landscape, noting that "Ramona and her family made positive contributions to civic life in Los Angeles and beyond." Funeral services were pending. Photo: At the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in downtown Los Angeles, Supervisor Kenneth Hahn and his wife, Ramona, are flanked by their son James (far right) and daughter Janice (far left). (Via zev.lacounty.gov) ... (LA Independent)




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