Richard A Lorenzana January 9, 1945 - March 27, 2014 A good man, husband and father. Born in Oxnard, and raised in Encino, Richard was a 33 year resident of the Westside. A 45 year veteran of the film industry, he began his professional career in the payroll department of Warner Bros. As a production accountant his film credits included "Tombstone" and "Get Shorty". For the last decade he was employed by 20th Century Fox TV on projects including "The Simpson's" and "Futurama". Richard was a lifelong Democrat, a supporter of liberal causes and a fan of progressive talk radio. A charming, funny, kind and generous man, Richard loved football, crossword puzzles, movies, travel, wine and good food. He passed away unexpectedly following a successful lung transplant. He is survived by his beloved wife Susan who was his 35 year partner in all things, and his adored children Camille and Will. Services will be private.
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Published in the Los Angeles Times from Mar. 30 to Apr. 1, 2014