Emmy Award-winning editor cut numerous hit TV series

Edward Abroms dies at age 82

IN MEMORY—Emmy winner and Oscar nominee film editor and director Edward M. Abroms of Thousand Oaks receives an award. Courtesy photoEmmy Award-winning film editor Edward Abroms died Feb. 13 of heart failure. He lived in Thousand Oaks with his wife of 60 years, Colleen.
His prolific resume over 30 years included editing such series as “Ironside,” “Murder She Wrote” and “Columbo.”
He won an Emmy for “My Sweet Charlie” in 1970 and for “Columbo” in 1972.
He has over 50 credits as a director for the ...

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