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Subject: Costume Designer Ray Summers

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Date Posted: Thursday, February 04, 10:50:27am

Raymond Howard Summers
September 4, 1932 - January 25, 2021

Raymond Howard Summers recently passed at at the age of 88. Ray was born in Los Angeles to Michael and Pearl Summers on September 4, 1932. He was raised in Los Angeles and graduated from Roosevelt High School, attended Los Angeles City College and then served proudly in the United States Coast Guard. He went on to have a successful and fulfilling career as a costume designer until he retired at the age of 62. He was passionate about his work and participated in countless films and worked with many well-known directors. Ray married Jean Huntington in 1984 at The Hotel Twin Dolphin in Baja California, Mexico in what he liked to say was, "the best wedding I have ever attended". Ray (and Jean!) was famous for his world-wide travels - from Africa to Europe to Asia and beyond. Ray finally took off his traveling cap 13 years ago and proceeded to live a life of leisure on Las Flores beach until his death on January 25, 2021. Ray is survived by his loving wife, Jean, and many friends who became his extended family. He is now reunited with his mother and father, numerous friends, and his beloved dogs, Bogie and Allie, all of whom he loved dearly. Ray was a kind, gentle, and good-hearted man and he will be dearly missed by all. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Agoura Animal Shelter at 818.991.2424.

Published in Los Angeles Times from Feb. 3 to Feb. 7, 2021.


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