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July 17, 2002 | From Times Staff Reports
A probate judge has ruled that the stepdaughter of Orange County developer Henry T. Segerstrom may inherit a trust established by her late mother, but that she is not entitled to collect her mother's artwork, antiques and furniture. Mikette Von Issenberg, 53, the daughter of local arts patron Renee Mary Segerstrom, will receive the proceeds of three real estate properties. Issenberg had battled Segerstrom for almost two years, saying that her stepfather was holding her inheritance hostage.
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July 17, 2002 | From Times Staff Reports
A probate judge has ruled that the stepdaughter of Orange County developer Henry T. Segerstrom may inherit a trust established by her late mother, but that she is not entitled to collect her mother's artwork, antiques and furniture. Mikette Von Issenberg, 53, the daughter of local arts patron Renee Mary Segerstrom, will receive the proceeds of three real estate properties. Issenberg had battled Segerstrom for almost two years, saying that her stepfather was holding her inheritance hostage.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 17, 2002 | MONTE MORIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A probate judge has ruled that the stepdaughter of Orange County developer Henry T. Segerstrom may inherit a trust established by her late mother, but that she is not entitled to collect her mother's artwork, antiques and furniture. Mikette Von Issenberg, 53, the daughter of local arts patron Renee Mary Segerstrom, will now receive the proceeds of three real estate properties. Issenberg had battled Segerstrom for almost two years, saying that her stepfather was holding her inheritance hostage.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 17, 2002 | MONTE MORIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A probate judge has ruled that the stepdaughter of Orange County developer Henry T. Segerstrom may inherit a trust established by her late mother, but that she is not entitled to collect her mother's artwork, antiques and furniture. Mikette Von Issenberg, 53, the daughter of local arts patron Renee Mary Segerstrom, will now receive the proceeds of three real estate properties. Issenberg had battled Segerstrom for almost two years, saying that her stepfather was holding her inheritance hostage.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 20, 2001 | MONTE MORIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A daughter's chilly disowning and her mother's wealth are at the center of a legal struggle stirring up Orange County's Segerstrom family, the dynasty that built South Coast Plaza and bankrolled many of the county's cultural centers. In a lawsuit that has generated much chatter in such rarefied institutions as the private, wood-paneled Pacific Club and the Bowers Museum of Cultural Art, the stepdaughter of Henry T.
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June 8, 2000 | SCOTT GOLD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Renee Mary Segerstrom, a leading patron of the arts in Orange County and the wife of pioneer businessman Henry T. Segerstrom, died Wednesday in Newport Beach. Segerstrom, who had turned 72 Monday, was a key advocate for performing arts and cultural pursuits, from ballet to modern sculpture to the children's wing of the Bowers Museum. She had become a force in a family empire that mirrored Orange County's shift from scrubby bean fields to ritzy high-rises and mega-malls.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 20, 2001 | MONTE MORIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A daughter's chilly disowning and her mother's wealth are at the center of a bitter legal struggle now roiling Orange County's Segerstrom family, the dynasty that built South Coast Plaza and bankrolled many of the county's cultural centers. In a lawsuit that has generated much chatter in such rarefied institutions as the private, wood-paneled Pacific Club and the Bowers Museum of Cultural Art, the stepdaughter of Henry T.
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December 24, 2000
A selective look at deaths in arts and entertainment from Jan. 1 through Dec. 20. For a more comprehensive list, visit the Calendar Web site at www.calendarlive.com. George Carl, vaudeville, circus, movie comedian, 83, Jan. 1 "Skipper Frank" Herman, '50s KTLA kids-show host, 83, Jan. 4 Henry Pleasants, critic who recognized jazz as serious music, 89, Jan. 4 Lucas Hoving, dancer, choreographer, teacher, 87, Jan. 5 Vic Schoen, composer, arranger, Andrews Sisters musical director, 83, Jan.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 20, 2001 | MONTE MORIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A daughter's chilly disowning and her mother's wealth are at the center of a legal struggle stirring up Orange County's Segerstrom family, the dynasty that built South Coast Plaza and bankrolled many of the county's cultural centers. In a lawsuit that has generated much chatter in such rarefied institutions as the private, wood-paneled Pacific Club and the Bowers Museum of Cultural Art, the stepdaughter of Henry T.
NEWS
June 8, 2000 | SCOTT GOLD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Renee Mary Segerstrom, a leading patron of the arts in Orange County and the wife of pioneer businessman Henry T. Segerstrom, died Wednesday in Newport Beach. Segerstrom, who had turned 72 Monday, was a key advocate for performing arts and cultural pursuits, from ballet to modern sculpture to the children's wing of the Bowers Museum. She had become a force in a family empire that mirrored Orange County's shift from scrubby bean fields to ritzy high-rises and mega-malls.
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