Ad Veteran Don Tennant Dead at 79

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LOS ANGELES — Don Tennant, the veteran adman who created Tony the Tiger for Kellogg’s and well-known commercial jingles for clients including Pillsbury and Philip Morris, died of heart failure in Los Angeles on Dec. 8.Tennant joined Leo Burnett in 1950 and worked there for 20 years, serving in multiple creative capacities culminating in his role as worldwide creative director and chairman of Burnett’s creative review committee.In

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