Departed animation artists remembered Saturday

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A non-denominational cel­e­bra­tion of departed friends from the ani­ma­tion com­mu­nity, An After­noon of Remem­brance will be held Sat­ur­day, March 3 at Hol­ly­wood Her­itage Museum (Lasky-DeMille Barn), 2100 North High­land (across from Hol­ly­wood Bowl).

The event is being pre­sented by The Ani­ma­tion Guild, ASIFA Hol­ly­wood and Women In Ani­ma­tion. Food and refresh­ments will be offered at noon; memo­ri­ams are at 1 p.m.

These mem­bers of the com­mu­nity will be remembered:

• 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 are necessary.

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