brother, Adam Grossi of Chicago; sisters, Nettie Soffel of Orange County,
Rose Visone; and four grandchildren.
Burial was at Forest Lawn Memorial-Park.
MARION DOUGLAS GOULD
Marion Douglas Gould, a former longtime Glendale resident, died Dec.
29, 2001, in Vista.
She was born May 11, 1907, in Hollywood.
She was a professional portrait artist and teacher for more than 70
years. She began her career in the early 1920s as a fashion illustrator
for Marthe Salon, and as an actress under the stage name of Olive
Sinclair. She received her art education at the Otis Art Institute, under
the direction of Roscoe Schrader, and received private instruction from
many master painters.
In the 1950s, she opened an art studio in Montrose and taught more
than 50 students a week.
She founded the Crescenta-Canada Art Assn., and sponsored many group
exhibitions in the area. She retired in 1984 to author a book on the
color and technique of the Old Masters.
She is survived by her son and daughter-in-law, William and Geri Gould
Her husband, Stanley Gould, died before her.
Cremation arrangements were by Allen Brothers Mortuary in Vista.
Burial was at Forest Lawn Memorial-Park, Glendale.
A memorial service is planned for the near future.