Bock-Leader, Television producer

D. L.

December 15, 1990

Services for Deborah L. Bock-Leader, a Baltimore native who was a television producer, will be held at 1 p.m. Monday at the Ruck Towson Funeral Home, 1050 York Road.

Mrs. Bock-Leader, who was 38, died of cancer Dec. 9 at her home in Santa Monica, Calif.

For the past three years, she produced follow-up segments for the NBC series "Unsolved Mysteries" and was a director for the show.

She also produced a segment of the "America Undercover" series on Home Box Office and a segment of the "Silk Screen" series on the Public Broadcasting Service. She had done research for "Ripley's Believe It or Not" and "That's Incredible."

While living in the Washington area about 10 years ago, she produced, directed and wrote educational films for the Office of Education and the Agency for Instructional Television.

Born in Baltimore, the former Deborah L. Bock won the Peabody Medal and Daughters of the American Revolution Award at her graduation from Western High School in 1970. She graduated with honors from Goucher College in 1973 and earned a master's degree in Asian and Asian-American history at the University of Pennsylvania in 1976.

She is survived by her husband, Robert M. Leader, a film and television editor; her parents, Leon and Ellen Bock of Cockeysville; and a sister, Lindsey Bock of Catonsville.

The family suggested contributions to a memorial fund to be established in her name.

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