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BEVERLY HILLS : Rent Commissioner Irving Kellogg, 79, Dies

March 03, 1994

Funeral services were held Tuesday for Beverly Hills rent commissioner Irving Kellogg, who died of a heart attack Thursday.

Kellogg, 79, was first appointed to the Beverly Hills Rent Adjustment Commission in 1989 and was reappointed to a second, four-year term last year, city spokesman Fred Cunningham said.

The volunteer board, established in 1979, resolves disputes between renters and owners of rent-controlled apartments over rent increases and charges passed along to tenants for building improvements and remodeling.

Kellogg, a certified public accountant, was a founder of the Kellogg & Andelson Accountancy Corp. in Los Angeles, and a member of the American and Beverly Hills bar associations. He was also the author of several financial texts.

Kellogg, along with his wife, Evelyn, established the annual Evelyn Bard-Kellogg Honors Awards for graduates of the Los Angeles County Medical School of Nursing.

He is survived by his wife; two children, Dale K. Rose and Loren (Denise) Kellogg; a sister, Bertha Kayne; a brother, Jess Klubok, and four grandchildren.

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