PARIS — Severin Wunderman, a well-respected figure in the Swiss watch industry and the owner of the Corum brand, died Monday after a stroke. He was 69.
A spokeswoman for Corum said Wunderman died in his house in the South of France, where he lived most of the year. A memorial service is being planned in Los Angeles next Wednesday. Details were not immediately available, although Wunderman's remains will stay in Europe, which was his wish, the spokeswoman said.
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