Robert Lee (Bob) Smith
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Robert Lee (Bob) Smith died November 15 in his 85th year. Inventor, TV producer and host, manager of the Hyatt House Hotel, restaurants, and Computer Image Corporation, his main interest was helping the underprivileged. He organized large annual Christmas parties in South-Central and East L.A for up to 22,000 children and created job-training programs. In 1969 he met his life mate and partner, Genevieve Marcus. Together they formed Experimental Cities, Inc. a nonprofit organization to seek positive approaches to social and environmental problems. In 1984, they ran for Co-Governors of California on the premise that in a democracy, elected offices should represent both men and women.

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Published in Los Angeles Times on Dec. 14, 2013.
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December 17, 2013
Bob and Genevieve can be proud of their legacies - service to others and the betterment of mankind not by words, but in their deeds.
December 17, 2013
He was a good man and a good friend, he will be missed.
Dave Rasmussen
December 16, 2013
Dear Genevieve, my thoughts are with you. I am sending my Green Condolence from across the ocean, from Frankfurt, Germany. We met each othwr at the LA Greens. In honor, Bridget Czerny, Green Party, Frankfurt, Germany
Bridget Czerny
December 16, 2013
We will miss Bob! What a life well lived! Condolences to Genevieve and the rest of his family.
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