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Marvin Gelman Passes

The lighting industry has lost one of its original voices and thinkers. Marvin Gelman, founder of Lighting Services Inc, died yesterday in Westport, Conn., of cancer. He was 84. Mr. Gelman began his career in lighting during the heyday of television as the lighting director of NBC's The Tonight Show with Steve Allen. In 1958, Gelman left NBC to start his own consulting firm, Lighting Services Inc (LSI). At LSI, he introduced track, accent, and display lighting. LSI has set up a section on its website to post memories and condolences. Read more

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