Harold J Fatt

Harold J Fatt

August 08, 1919 - January 26, 2012

Harold J Fatt

August 08, 1919 - January 26, 2012


08 August 1919 26 January 2012

Harold died peacefully on Thursday, 01/26/12. Harold was born in Bronx, NY and moved to Forest Hills, NY.

He attended CCNY, NY and enlisted in National Guard, NY (which was federalized after Dec. 7, 1941 and became United States Army). He was stationed at Camp Callan, Torrey Pines, CA and at Griffith Park Observatory, Burbank, CA to defend further attacks on Pacific coast. WWII tours of duty in the Philippines and Fiji. After the war, he returned to Los Angeles where he has since resided.

Harold’s background in marketing and advertising led him to Cohen-Goldman, NY; Waste King, Vernon, CA; Laykin & Cie-I. Magnin, Los Angeles, CA; Robert Miles Runyan/Graphic Design, Playa del Rey, CA; Gourmet Wines, Ltd., Westwood, CA; Crazy Horse Saloon, Malibu, CA; Eldon Industries (Corporate and International), Inglewood, CA, to name a few in his varied and colorful career that filled his heart his entire life. His extraordinary verve and unique sense of humor will be missed immensely.

Harold is survived by his wife of 36 years, Nancy Takahashi-Fatt; his sister Madeline Cruser; his niece Joan (Michael) Konzen; his grandnephews Ronald, Marshall, Mitchell and Chris Konzen, and their children.

There will be no service per his request. In lieu of flowers, a donation is requested in his honor to the American Heart Association; Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA; or Saddleback Memorial Medical Foundation, Laguna Hills, CA.

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2 responses to Harold J Fatt

  1. Brian Woo says:

    I will always enjoy our time spent together here in my office. Harold was such a charming man. I always felt that he had such a great sense of humor! You will be missed. -Brian Woo

  2. David Jacks says:

    I had the honor to work at times with Harold during his shining career at Eldon Industries. Harold made work inspirational and I looked up to him. I cannot remember him without a smile. My condolences to Nancy.

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