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Photo Gallery: Arts center renamed after longtime arts supporter Betsy Lueke

Betsy Lueke’s daughter Linda Oseransky, second from left, with city council members Emily Gabel-Luddy, from left, Mayor Will Rogers, Bob Frutos and Sharon Springer at the newly named Betsy Lueke Creative Arts Center and Gallery.

 (David Laurell / Burbank Leader)

Kelley Lueke posed with this portrait of his mother, Betsy Lueke, that will now grace the lobby of the center and gallery that has been named in her honor.

 (David Laurell / Burbank Leader)

Lauren, Colin and Owen Griffin, the great grandchildren of Betsy Lueke began last week’s event by leading the assemblage in the Pledge of Allegiance.

 (David Laurell / Burbank Leader)

Betsy Lueke’s granddaughter-in-law Jenny Griffin and son-in-law Gary Oseransky, known as “The Most Interesting Man in Burbank,” were among the family members in attendance at Friday’s naming event.

 (David Laurell / Burbank Leader)

Among Betsy Lueke’s many former co-workers and friends who were on hand to see her posthumously honored were Carol Finkle, from left, Mickey DePalo and Mary Alvord.

 (David Laurell / Burbank Leader)
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