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    Richard "Rick" Blackburn (16 November, 1942 - 30 November, 2012) was a Nashville music executive.[1] He was a former president of Atlantic Records in Nashville and shared his skill withMercury Records and Epic Records.[2] Blackburn was known for hiring top artists like Ricky Van Shelton and George Jones and for dropping Johnny Cash off at Nashville Records around 1985 or 1986. He retired from the music industry in the 1990s and died in his Tennessee home of kidney failure.

    Reinhold Weege (December 23, 1949 - December 1, 2012) was an American television writer, producer and director. He was born in Chicago,Illinois.[1]
    Weege wrote for several television series, including Barney Miller and M*A*S*H. In 1981, he created the series Park Place. In 1984, he created the hitsitcom Night Court which ran for nine seasons on the NBC broadcast television network.[1] Weege owned Starry Night Productions, which producedNight Court until 1989, when Weege left the series after six seasons. He also produced the short-lived sitcom Nikki and Alexander in 1989.[2] He was nominated for four Emmy Awards during his career, one for Barney Miller and three for Night Court.[3]
    Weege died at age 62 in La Jolla, California of natural causes.

    Dee Harvey (1965 - December 1, 2012) was an American singer. He was at one time signed to Motown Label and recorded his first album, Just as I Am with Motown in 1991.
    Harvey was born in Memphis, Tennessee. He attended Trezevant High School. Harvey was known for his 1991 hit "Leave well enough alone" and for once singing with Harry Belafonte in 1989. In 2010, He mainly performed as a backup singer to Rod Stewart. He died, aged 47, in California.

    Hilmar Guenther Moore (July 28, 1920 – December 4, 2012) was an American rancher and the mayor of Richmond, Texas. He was appointed mayor of Richmond in 1949 and remained in office until his death in 2012, making him "probably the longest-serving elected official in the US," according to a 2008 BBC News report.[1] He was honored with a life-size statue at City Hall in October 2008.[2]
    Moore's father, John Jr., served as a two-term Mayor of Richmond and a two-term judge in Fort Bend County, Texas.[3] The elder Moore's father, John Sr., was a United States Congressman and Secretary of State of Texas.[3][4]
    Moore died in December 2012.[5][6][7] His widow, Evelyn Moore, was appointed to serve out the remainder of his term

    Eileen "Mike" Pollock (1926-2012) and Robert Mason Pollock were married American television screenwriters and producers best known as writers on the long-running 1980s series Dynasty, its spin-off series The Colbys and the 1991 miniseries Dynasty: The Reunion.[1]
    The second-season additions of the Pollocks and Joan Collins (in the role of Alexis) are generally credited with Dynasty's subsequent rise in the ratings;[2] the series eventually became #1 in 1985.[3] The Pollocks "soft-pedaled the business angle" of the show and "bombarded viewers with every soap opera staple in the book, presented at such a fast clip that a new tragedy seemed to befall the Carrington family every five minutes."[2]
    The Pollocks brought the daytime series The Doctors its highest ratings in the early 1970s.[2] They also wrote for General Hospital from 1976 to 1977. In 1997, a Golden Palm Star on the Palm Springs, California, Walk of Stars was dedicated to them.[4]
    On December 5, 2012 it was announced that Eileen Pollock had died, aged 86, from undisclosed causes.

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