Back on track, set to graduate and then shot dead

Bill Lofthouse

Children peek from the beehive of the Ronald McDonald House Charities float, "Home Sweet Home" in 2006. Primitive animation in the 1960s — two kids inside a float using sticks to make a character’s eyelids flutter — gave way to computers that could be programmed to elaborately animate a float.
Anne Cusack / Los Angeles Times
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