Industry veteran Hal Lee McAdams Jr. passed away on Dec. 8, leaving a legacy that touched many in the home furnishings industry.
Ken Loring, founder of Massachusetts-based retailer Boston Interiors, died at his home this week after a long battle with cancer. He was 69.
A love for leather pervaded the life of Teddy Edelman, co-founder of Edelman Leather. Born Theodora Joffe in Brooklyn, NY in 1928, she passed away on October 4.
Charmian Carr, the actress who played the rebellious Liesl von Trapp, eldest daughter of a privileged Austrian clan of children living with their militaristic father, died Saturday, September 17 of complications from a rare form of dementia, according to a statement from her family. She was 73.
Longtime furniture designer William Dudley Moore Sr. died at Hospice Home in High Point on July 10. He was 85.
Tacoma, Washington native, civic leader and retired President and CEO of Selden’s Designer Home Furnishings, Stanley Selden died Sunday at his home, with family by his side. He was 84.
Johnny P. Janosik, whose chain of Delaware furniture stores made his name synonymous with home furnishings on Delmarva and beyond, died Friday, July 1. He was 90 years old.