Read the Obituary and view the Guest Book, leave condolences or send flowers. Marilyn J. Baker Salisbury-Marilyn Jean Baker died Saturday, May 30, 2015, at Coastal Hospice at the Lake in Salisbury, Maryland, at the age of 83. Marilyn Jean Orlebeke was born August 31, 1931 Source: http://www.legacy.com Marilyn was my friend. One of the … Continue reading THE PASSING OF MARILYN BAKER
I was so hoping that finally there would be a semblance of a happy ending for this tragic couple. The news does not get much worse than this. Grayson apparently died of a massive infection, despite medical care. Information on how to write to Rara is in this post.
I have terrible news to share with the blogosphere today.
Horrible, no good, awful news.
Many of you knew him as Grayson Queen, author and artist extraordinaire. Perhaps you’ve read one of his novels. Perhaps you’ve purchased, or at least enjoyed, some of his paintings or sculptures… Perhaps you knew that he was also Rara‘s husband, Dave.
I don’t have a lot of details, but I can confirm that Dave passed away earlier this week.
Please share this post wide and far. Please say a prayer for Dave and Rara. Please send her every ounce of spare energy you can muster. She needs us. Dave’s family and friends need us.
And send her mail to show her your love, your RawrLove:
Radhika Jaini WF0124
CIW LA 249 UP
16756 Chino-Corona Road
Corona, CA 92880
You don’t need to know what to say. You don’t need to say anything…
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Truly one the greatest of the greats. I remember “The Show of Shows” when I was a kid. From that show came more giants — Mel Brooks, Carl Reiner, Woody Allen — to name a few.
Sid Caesar is dead at 91 and the curtain has softly closed on a comedy giant. Although giant is perhaps not a large enough term to refer to a legendary figure who, through his live comedy programs, seemed to have invented the forerunner to the TV sitcom. The comic, and comedic genius, had been ill for a year before his death on Wednesday February 12. Stars and other comic icons have come forward to speak of their sorrow at the trial blazer’s death and also to talk of his ability to connect with audiences in a way that made them “roar with laughter.”