RIP Daniel Belmour
Los Angeles Times
September 26, 2017
Daniel Belmour, of Glendale, CA, lost a valiant 3+ yearlong battle with cancer on September 20, 2017 at the young age of 63. Daniel was born and raised in San Francisco to Rosinda and Richard Belmour on June 15, 1954. He moved to North Hollywood in 1986 and spent the next 30+ years there. Daniel was employed in the entertainment industry as a film editor, were he worked on 20 films, television movies, series and documentaries. Daniel was also an avid hiker and is where he met many of his devoted friends: Tom, Bob, Steve, Marie, Emily and childhood friend Eric; and to all those of whom we do not know. However, Daniel's main passion was amateur astronomy. He also built several telescopes, which he used to teach children and seniors about the wonders of the universe. He was a member of several astronomy clubs including The Sidewalk Astronomers and the Los Angeles Astronomical Society. He also served as a docent at the Mt. Wilson Observatory were he conducted tours of the facility while explaining the importance of understanding our universe. Daniel is survived by his cousins Carol Maria Carruba of San Francisco and Patricia Trout of San Jose. Daniel's ashes will be scattered beyond the Golden Gate Bridge.
BELMOUR, Daniel (Daniel Phillip Belmur)
Born: 6/15/1954, San Francisco, California, U.S.A.
Died: 9/20/2017, Glendale, California, U.S.A.
Daniel Belmour’s western – film editor:
Wagon’s East - 1994