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October 20, 1987
Vance L. Stickell, whose contributions to the world of newspaper advertising were as many and diverse as the honors that accompanied them, died Monday after a protracted battle with cancer. The executive vice president for marketing of the Los Angeles Times was 62 and died at his home in Pasadena.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 20, 1987
Vance L. Stickell, whose contributions to the world of newspaper advertising were as many and diverse as the honors that accompanied them, died Monday after a protracted battle with cancer. The executive vice president for marketing of the Los Angeles Times was 62 and died at his home in Pasadena.
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October 21, 1987
A memorial service for Vance L. Stickell, The Times' executive vice president for marketing who died Monday, will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at All Saints Episcopal Church, 132 N. Euclid Ave., Pasadena. Former Times Publisher Otis Chandler, Glen Peters, retired retail advertising manager of the paper, and Otto Kilian, a longtime personal friend, will deliver eulogies. In lieu of flowers the family is asking contributions to the Vance L.
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July 28, 1985 | BOB OATES, Times Staff Writer
The flame is out. But the glow is still there. At least that's the recent opinion of a citizen of Los Angeles. After a holiday trip to Canada, Dan Wolf said: "Our friends and in-laws only wanted to talk about one thing--the Los Angeles Olympics. My father-in-law kept saying: 'Man, that must have been an exciting time.' " It was--and then some. The 23rd Games affected every life they touched. And, plainly, they also changed Los Angeles. But is the transformation permanent?
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