In memory of
Richard C. Grosser
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In memory of
Richard C. Grosser
Richard C. Grosser Los Angeles - Richard C. Grosser departed this earth on January 21, 2019, after a long and brave battle with lymphoma, at his home in Los Angeles. He was 81. Richard graduated from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and had a long and varied career in technology and related fields. He worked on the UNIVAC 1, the world's first general-purpose computer and co-founded one of the world's first computer-based data processing organizations. He holds patents on data communication devices, robotic control systems, and security devices. Richard worked as an exhibit designer at The Franklin Institute and the Palm Springs Air Museum. Richard is survived by his beloved wife and companion of nearly 42 years, Ellen Grosser, his daughter Amy Austin (Steve) of Pasadena, and sons James Grosser (Meredith) of Washington, DC, and Jonathan Grosser (Dana) of Philadelphia. He was also the proud Papa of six extraordinary grandchildren: Molly, Eli, Gaby, Lindsey, Josie, and Jonah. A memorial service will be held in Los Angeles and a graveside service will be held in Woodbridge, New Jersey. In lieu of flowers, a tribute gift to The Franklin Institute's Franklin Fund can be made in honor of Richard C. Grosser at www.FI.edu/donate
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In memory of
Richard C. Grosser
Richard C. Grosser Los Angeles - Richard C. Grosser departed this earth on January 21, 2019, after a long and brave battle with lymphoma, at his home in Los Angeles. He was 81. Richard graduated from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and had a long and varied career in technology and related fields. He worked on the UNIVAC 1, the world's first general-purpose computer and co-founded one of the world's first computer-based data processing organizations. He holds patents on data communication devices, robotic control systems, and security devices. Richard worked as an exhibit designer at The Franklin Institute and the Palm Springs Air Museum. Richard is survived by his beloved wife and companion of nearly 42 years, Ellen Grosser, his daughter Amy Austin (Steve) of Pasadena, and sons James Grosser (Meredith) of Washington, DC, and Jonathan Grosser (Dana) of Philadelphia. He was also the proud Papa of six extraordinary grandchildren: Molly, Eli, Gaby, Lindsey, Josie, and Jonah. A memorial service will be held in Los Angeles and a graveside service will be held in Woodbridge, New Jersey. In lieu of flowers, a tribute gift to The Franklin Institute's Franklin Fund can be made in honor of Richard C. Grosser at www.FI.edu/donate
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