Local Obituaries

Local Obituaries

Pop singer and nightclub fixture Micki Marlo dies at 88

Micki Marlo recorded for Capitol and ABC-Paramount, had a starring role in Broadway’s “The Ziegfield Follies of 1957,” and became a nightclub regular from Miami Beach’s Fontainebleau to West Hollywood’s Ciro’s. After a string of appearances on TV variety shows like “The Tonight Show,” she moved to Miami-Dade in 1968 and continued performing until 2015.

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The lawyer who argued South Florida’s most scandalous cases

William Richey, handpicked by then-Assistant State Attorney Janet Reno, was attached to some of South Florida’s sexiest, most scandalous cases — in prosecution and defense. The gold plumbing case that flushed a Miami-Dade school superintendent. Commissioner Joe Gersten. Ellis Rubin and the Willets. But Richey, a pioneer in international assets recovery law, remained above the fray. He was noted for his intelligence, strong will and avoidance of the limelight.

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