Lynne M. Doll, president of the Rogers Group, died Tuesday of a stroke at Glendale Adventist Medical Center. She was 48.
She had battled cancer for three years but was cancer-free at the time of her death.
In her more than 25 years at Rogers Group, Doll led a series of high-profile and award-winning campaigns for major corporations, brands and government agencies.
Doll was a driving force behind the development of the Rogers Group’s Community Involvement Program, which encourages staff to contribute time, talent and money to organizations in need.
“Lynne was one of a kind,” said Ron Rogers, chairman of Rogers Group. “For 25 years, I have treasured our friendship and our mutual trust, loyalty and business partnership. I have always admired her and will miss her beyond measure.”
She was a Los Angeles native, and was married to David Lans for 24 years. Doll is survived by her 13-year-old daughter, Natalie; her mother, Carol Doll, and three sisters.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Doll’s name to Planned Parenthood Los Angeles or the Daisy Foundation.
Services will be 2:30 p.m. Aug. 13 at Forest Lawn Glendale.
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