Arlene Shattil, public relations executive, died March 2 in Highland Park. She was founder and president of Scope Unlimited. Clients included FTD florists, Irish Whisky, Republic of China-Taiwan, YMCA Central College, Mail Boxes, Etc., Circle Fine Art, Theatre Building, Drury Lane Theatre, Mister Kelly's night club, and numerous theatrical productions. She also did publicity for Roosevelt University and wrote for Art Business News and Art World News.
She is survived by husband, Siegfried, son and daughter-in-law Ronald and Deb (Oakland , Cal.), daughter Wendy (Denver, Colo.), son and daughter-in-law Daniel and Emily (Lincoln , Neb.); son Steven (Evergreen, Colo.), grandson, Matthew (Lincoln), brother Jack (Las Vegas, Nev.) and sister Sally (Denver, Colo.).
She resided in Wilmette , Ill. , for 48 years, then moved to Sunrise Assisted Living in Highland Park , Ill. Remberence gathering Saturday. Details: 402-430-9284. Memorials: American Cancer Society.
Arlene was a board member of the Jewish Council of Urban Affairs, DePaul Goodman School of Drama, Chicago Shakespeare Repertory, Women's Board of the American Cancer Society and Publicity Club of Chicago. She was a member of the Association of Theatrical Press Agents and Managers and the National Academy of TV Arts & Sciences.
She was born July 12, 1920 in Omaha, Neb. to John A. and Matilda Solomon. She studied journalism in Boulder at the University of Colorado.