LAWTON, Okla. - Dan Del-luomo, 62, former owner of Dan Delluomo Nissan here, died Dec. 16. He owned the dealership from 1975 until he sold it and retired in 1995.
DETROIT - Charles Henritzy, 71, founder of Henritzy Engineered Services, died Feb. 5. He was the former owner and CEO of Altair, a tooling company. He sold Altair to Augat Inc. in 1984. He later started Henritzy Engineered Services, where he functioned as a consultant and sales agent for auto suppliers. He was also a judge for the Automotive News PACE Awards.
PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. - Doug Kinnee, 44, founder of Recall International Inc., a marketing and design firm for auto dealers here, died Nov. 25. He started the company in 1985. His wife, Suzanne, will oversee the business.
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. - Stanley Lazarus, a pioneer import dealer and one of America's biggest Volvo dealers, died on his 74th birthday, Feb. 2, from complications after heart surgery.
Lazarus founded Volvoville USA in Massapequa, N.Y., one of Volvo's top-selling dealerships. Under his sons Bryan and Michael, the Lazarus group also includes top-selling dealerships for Land Rover and Saturn.
In 1997, Marubeni America Corp. bought a controlling interest in the group for about $50 million. It was renamed Long Island Automotive Group.
I. David Long Jr.
TUSTIN, Calif. - I. David Long Jr., 67, a former engineer for Chrysler Corp., Mitsubishi Motors U.S.A. and Vector Aeromotive Corp. in Wilmington, Calif., died Nov. 13. He worked at Chrysler from 1952-80, at Mitsubishi from 1981-84 and at Vector from 1990-91.
GLEN ELLYN, Ill. - Edward McKeown, 60, owner of McKeown Chevrolet here, died Jan. 8.
DAYTON, Ohio - Former dealer Mark Stevens, 51, died Feb. 4. Stevens operated Salem Mall Lincoln Mercury, Salem Mall Isuzu, Brookville Dodge and Salem Mall Hyundai in Dayton from 1981-94. He operated Star Lincoln Mercury in Cincinnati from 1983-88. Prior to becoming a dealer, he held marketing positions at Ford Motor Co. from 1973-81.