News and tributes about the lives of community members who have recently died.
In addition to being the successful owner of Culver Glass, Chair Hudson was a tireless advocate for the young people of Culver City.
The Times reports that Moore danced at the Cotton Club in Culver City when she had returned to L.A. as World War 2 started.
Pellegrini and the other Munchkins are part of Culver City lore, having stayed at the Culver Hotel when the 1939 musical was being filmed down the road at what was then MGM studios.
Erin Vidovich touched many readers with her humane, unvarnished yet hopeful posts meant to comfort others. And her care packages for the newly diagnosed will continue via her family.
The 58-year-old Culver City High 2012 Coach of the Year passed away Wednesday following a battle with pancreatic cancer. The funeral will be held tomorrow at 3 p.m. at Holy Cross Cemetery.
Mary Jean Pew was an assistant to Gov. Jerry Brown in his first campaign for governor and his first appointee to the California State University Board of Trustees.
A former US Air Force reservist, Heineman was also an LA County lifeguard for 35 years.
Legaspi was well-known in Culver City, Malibu, Santa Monica and the San Fernando Valley for his murals, most decorating school campuses.
Patch Editor Saul Daniels recalls his personal encounter with Dick Clark at a Sock Hop to benefit his university's alumni club.
Douglas, 69, passed away Sunday following a long battle with throat and lung cancer.
Together with his brother, Richard, Sherman was responsible for some of the world’s most familiar music, including the Oscar-winning score from ‘Mary Poppins.’
The political blogger-journalist collapsed near his Westwood home and was taken to UCLA Medical Center early Thursday morning.
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MVFC CEO Lucia Diaz said Factor, who passed away on Dec. 5 at the age of 94, used to dress up as Santa for the pre-schoolers at the center located in Culver City.
Iconic actress spent her early career working on the lot at MGM, now Sony Pictures Studios
This longtime Culver City resident worked for more than 20 years at Brotman Medical Center.