Alex Winitsky
December 27, 1924 - November 14, 2019 Alex Winitsky was born in Brooklyn in 1924, graduated NYU and Loyola Law school, and with his first wife, Lois Lennartson, had three children. With his partner, Arlene Sellers, he developed three major commercial buildings in Los Angeles, produced over a dozen major feature films, and owned and ran three restaurants. He was passionate about tennis and a longtime member of the Riviera Tennis Club. He was a loving and generous husband, father, and grandfather with a delightful sense of humor. After a long struggle with heart disease, three months after losing his beloved wife Ann Lambert, he died peacefully in the company of loved ones. He will be deeply missed.
Published by Los Angeles Times from Nov. 23 to Nov. 24, 2019.
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My condolences He was a Nice, decent man
God bless his soul
Heidi Ta
May 17, 2021
To me, he was always a winner in anything he attempted. Intimidating intelligence and unpredictability, always. Indefatigable, charming, and ruthless--as any Hollywood winner, I liked, envied, and feared him. But it was all worth it to know him. That's the magic of Alex.
Marvin winitsky
November 26, 2019
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