MACROVISION'S FARROW DIES
MACROVISION'S FARROW DIES MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., June 22 /PRNewswire/ -- Macrovision Corp.
announced today that on June 4, 1992, A. Victor Farrow died at his home in Geyserville, Calif., after a long illness.
Farrow, together with John Ryan, co-founded Macrovision in 1983 and served as chairman until his illness forced him to resign that position in June 1991. Farrow remained active with the company, serving as a director until June of this year. Farrow's vision and drive helped to establish Macrovision as the worldwide defacto standard in videocassette copy protection technology. Graduating from San Jose State University in 1964 with a B.S. degree in accounting and finance, Farrow started his own CPA firm in 1966, and later sold it to a larger firm. In recent years, Farrow took great pride in developing his vineyards in the Alexander Valley and in establishing wines bottled under the Farrow label. Farrow is survived by his wife Carol, and daughters Bianca and Angelique. Services were held in Geyserville on Saturday, June 6. -0- 6/22/92 /CONTACT: Joseph F. Swyt of Macrovision, 415-691-2900/ CO: Macrovision ST: California IN: ENT SU:
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|Date:||Jun 22, 1992|
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