March 12, 1990 |
The day had long since given way to darkness at the Raymond Rosen project, causing the rows of two-story brick houses to appear even more gloomy and the high-rise flats even more scary. But there is an even greater darkness that lives in this project, one that has nothing to do with time but the stifling of spirit. In an upstairs bedroom of one of these houses, Aaron Kevin Crump was peacefully asleep when his father, Hank Gathers, collapsed while playing basketball last Sunday.
February 15, 1992 |
The son of former Loyola Marymount basketball star Hank Gathers was in Los Angeles Friday to attend a court hearing that will eventually determine how much of a $1-million settlement from a lawsuit he will receive. Aaron Crump, the 8-year-old son of Gathers, traveled from his home in Philadelphia with his mother, Marva, his grandmother, Phyllis, and his two attorneys, Martin Krimsky and Adrian Moody, also of Philadelphia. Marva and Phyllis testified, but Aaron was not called.
April 4, 1990 |
Philadelphia attorney Martin Krimsky is expected to be appointed as the special administrator in California of Hank Gathers' estate by a Los Angeles probate court today. A legal battle surrounding Gathers' death began this week with attorneys representing the Gathers' family and Gathers' son fighting to be appointed to administrate the estate, which at this time has little value.
June 5, 1991 |
The gamesmanship of the 25 attorneys involved in the legal aftermath in the death ofHank Gathers switched into a higher gear Tuesday, when the sides named experts they willpay to testify on their behalf.
April 3, 1990 |
The legal aftermath surrounding Hank Gathers' death officially began Monday in a Los Angeles probate court, as lawyers pitted grandmother against grandson in an attempt to determine who should manage Gathers' estate, assuming there will be one. Gathers, who collapsed March 4 while playing in a Loyola basketball game at Gersten Pavilion and died about two hours later of a heart disorder, was reared in Philadelphia.
April 5, 1990 |
As expected, Los Angeles probate commissioner Robert J. Blaylock appointed Philadelphia attorney Martin Krimsky the special administrator in California of the estate of Hank Gathers on Wednesday. Gathers, the former Loyola Marymount basketball star, collapsed during a game March 4 at Gersten Pavilion and died shortly thereafter of a heart disorder.