Los Angeles Herald Examiner. They moved to Glendale in 1960.
Margi worked as the fashion director of Bullocks in Westwood and would
later work for the fashion buying office of Kline-Kinsler in Los Angeles.
She returned to Bullocks in 1975 as the fashion director in Pasadena.
The Stolrows were instrumental in the cultural and economic growth of
the Glendale community. She was active in numerous charities, including
the Oakmont League and the National Charity League.
"If somebody needed help, she'd do it. She would always be there for
people," said her son, Greg Stolrow.
She organized fashion shows for Glendale Community College, the Rotary
Club and Webbs. Many of Glendale's teenage daughters had their first
modeling experience with Margi Stolrow and the National Charity League
Tick Tocker program.
In 1978, she and her husband started Clothes for Eve. One of their
first stores was in the Glendale Galleria.
The Stolrows moved to San Clemente in 1980, but remained close to many
of Glendale's residents, including former News-Press publisher Carroll W.
She is survived by her sons, Robert Daniel and Gregory;
daughter-in-law, Elizabeth; granddaughter, Hannah Grace; and two-week-old
grandson, John Austin.
A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. on Sunday at Pacific View
Memorial Park in Corona del Mar.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Southern California
Labrador Retriever Rescue, P.O. Box 4859, Irvine, CA 92616-4859.