STAMFORD, Conn. — Stamford resident Delia Hattendorf Fine died on Friday, April 29. She was 64.
Fine was a 16-time Emmy Award winning television producer with The Arts & Entertainment Network.
Her credits include "Pride and Prejudice," "Horatio Hornblower," "Shackleton," "Murder in a Small Town" and "Longitude."
Before joining A & E, Fine was senior producer of the Investigative News Group, The Tribune Company, ABC Television and CNN.
She produced Geraldo Rivera's syndicated news-talk show, "Geraldo."
She also launched Regis Philbin in the New York market on WABC's "The Morning Show."
She was born on Sept. 5, 1951 to Elizabeth and Wilbur Hattendorf in Evanston, IL.
She attended the hometown school for college, Northwestern University School of Speech.
Fine is survived by her husband of 38 years, B. William Fine of Stamford; daughter Elizabeth Katherine Fine and her husband, Luke Szabo; son Michael James Fine and his wife, Stephanie; and grandchildren Hailey and William Fine.
She also is survived by a brother William Hattendorf and his wife Sheila.
Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, May 4, at Stanwich Congregational Church, 202 Taconic Road, in Greenwich.
Burial will follow at Putnam Cemetery in Greenwich.