Longtime Marina del Rey resident Didi de Courville Glick passed away peacefully at her home March 24th after a long battle with cancer. She was 58.

Born July 15th, 1950 in Los Angeles, Glick lived in Marina del Rey since 1974. She was the owner of Artists Search Agency Inc., a graphic artist recruitment and placement agency for Fortune 500 companies.

Glick was an accomplished artist, a former professional dancer and an award-winning Xerox representative.

She was a graduate of John Glenn High School in Norwalk and Marymount College in Rancho Palos Verdes.

The beloved daughter of the late John and Dolores Duarte, Didi is survived by her husband, Stephen Glick; her brother John Duarte; her in laws, Sandy and Doug Pieschel, and Sid and Faye Glick; her step children, Jeff and Kristy Glick, Jennifer and Ben Huhn, Chad Castelo and Leslie Soriano; her granddaughter Aubrey Huhn; her cousins Liz Aguillar, Gerry Lynn Carter, and Shelly Marcus; nieces Amanda Pieschel, Julie Glick, Marla Hans and her husband Michael.

She is also survived by her close friends Michael Gold, Loren Greenfield, Linda Tisherman, Sheryl Cook, Ana Bernadini, Christine Weber and Rita Lund, and many more loving neighbors, friends and relatives.

A memorial is planned for 1 p.m. Saturday, April 18th, at the Marriott hotel, 4100 Admiralty Way, Marina del Rey.

Memorial contributions can be made to City of Hope, 1055 Wilshire Blvd. 12th floor, Los Angeles, CA 90017. Attention: Mary Koenig.

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