|Death Works Overtime|
|Season 3, Episode 11|
|First Aired||May 11, 2003|
Fisher & Diaz is brimming over with activity and mourners after a trio of unrelated deaths.
- Peter Krause as Nate Fisher
- Michael C. Hall as David Fisher
- Frances Conroy as Ruth Fisher
- Lauren Ambrose as Claire Fisher
- Freddy Rodriguez as Federico Diaz
- Mathew St. Patrick as Keith Charles
- Jeremy Sisto as Billy Chenowith
- Rachel Griffiths as Brenda Chenowith
Also Guest Starring
Dorothy Kim Su (1945-2003)
When she was a young woman, Dorothy came to this country with her family from her homeland of South Korea. She married Yong Su in 1972 and they bought a home in Atwater Village. The Sus became involved in the community, attending services in the Los Angeles Korean Methodist Church in Los Feliz and joining the Korean Business Association. They were owners of the Lucky 6 convenient store on Selma Ave., working 14-hour days, six days a week to build their business.
Visitation at 2 p.m. on Tuesday June 10 at Fisher & Diaz Funeral Home. Burial to follow at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Glendale. Contributions can be made to the Korean American Association of Los Angeles.
Edward Tully (1955-2003)
Born December 4, 1955, died June 7, 2003 Ed was a wonderful, caring man with a generous spirit. He was an avid outdoorsman, never missed a USC football game, and loved to tell bad jokes. He leaves behind his adoring wife of 23 years Julie, his loving sons Patrick Joseph and Peter James, his daughters-in-law Jody and Holly, and the newest light of his life, his 5-month old granddaughter Megan Louise Tully.
Service at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, June 10 at Fisher & Diaz Funeral Home. Burial to follow at Holy Family Catholic Church in Alhambra.
David Raymond Monroe (1971-2003)
Born in Chittenango, New York on December 7, 1971. Dies suddenly on Friday morning in Mar Vista.
David graduated from SUNY Buffalo with a degree in Liberal Arts, and attended post-graduate classes at UCLA in his quest to become a writer in the film industry. He was a fitness buff, training 5 times a week for an upcoming 15 K race in San Diego. David completed the 2001 LA Marathon with a finish time of 3:40:03, the 2002 New York City Marathon with the time of 3:11:16, and most recently, the Revlon Run/Walk for Women. David leaves behind his devoted parents Patsy and Nicolas Raymond of Oswego, NY, his sister Ann and his brother Thomas, as well as aunts, uncles, cousins and many friends.
Service at 4 p.m. on Tuesday June 10 at Fisher & Diaz Funeral Home. Private burial to follow.
|I Saw the Light||Todd Rundgren|