He was 73, born in Brooklyn, New York.
Survivors include his wife, Claire; his son Jeffrey and his wife, Peggy; and granddaughters, Lindsay and Kelsey.
Arrangements were by the Miller-Mies Mortuary of Downey.
He was born in Van Nuys Aug. 3, 1912, and died Nov. 16.
Survivors include grandchildren Debra, Richard and Robert Jennings; and six great grandchildren.
He served the community through service clubs and committees for more than 30 years, and was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and the Downey Elks and Downey Rotary. He was a five-year trustee and six-year audit chairman for the Elks; a member of the Department of Public Social Services Commission; a member and former chairman of the Cerritos Corridor Diversion Project; a member of the Los Angeles County Sanitation Commission; a member and former chairman of the Southeast Area Animal Control Authority; a member of the Downey School District Vocational Education Advisory Committee; a member of the Downey Community Hospital Long Range Planning Committee; director of the Second Century Foundation; director of the Barbara Dawson School for the Handicapped; founding member of the American Society of Photogrammetry; and a licensed land surveyor in Arizona, Nevada, Utah and Alaska.
Bishop Robert A. Douglas of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints officiated. Burial followed at Rose Hills Memorial Park. Arrangements were by the Miller-Mies Mortuary of Downey.
She was 80, born in Canada.
Survivors include her husband, Fred; a brother, Tony; a sister, Mary
Ann; and two nieces, Cathy and Judith.