May 29, 1934 - July 14, 2013 Stanley Margolis passed away at UCLA Medical on Sunday July, 14. Stanley was born and raised in London, England and was a gifted athlete. He was a member of the All-England Schoolboys cricket team and well-respected boxer. Known as a financial wiz kid he became an accountant and entrepreneur. He and partners Tony Tenser and Laurie Marsh formed British Tigon Films, producing many popular films including "Hannie Caluder," staring Raquel Welch. Stanley produced "True Romance." Stanley bred and raced greyhounds. His dog Black Jack Dealer was the 1986 Championship Winner at Naples-Fort Myers Dog Track 3-8 mile Derby. In 1976 Stanley moved with his family to Southern California. He founded FinMgt where he managed the business affairs of well-known artists. His parents; Samuel and Ivy; Sister, Frances, and brother-in law, Paul Swanson; and son Alex preceded him in death. He is survived by wife Angela, daughter Rachel, son-in-law, David and grandchildren, Cynthia and Christopher.
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