TINSLEY Mortimer and her fiancé Scott Kluth donated $20,000 to the family of the RHONY editor who died of coronavirus last month.
Peter Gamba passed away at just 63 due to complications from the disease.
Last week, RHONY executive producers Lisa Shannon Rieveschl and Barrie Bernstein launched a GoFundMe page to benefit Peter’s family.
The beloved editor left behind his wife, Jeanne, and daughters Michelle and Julia.
Tinsley and Scott each gave $10,000 to the fund, which has already raised more than $75,000.
The Bravo execs wrote of Peter on the GoFundMe: “His edit bay was a refuge for anyone seeking counsel, a moment of quiet or a much-needed escape.”
“Peter was a hell of an editor and would proudly call anyone in to his bay to show them some funny scene he had just cut, laughing the entire time he played the clip.
“He loved to make people laugh and he did it well. Peter cared – he was proud and humble. He worked his a** off no matter what scene he was cutting or what show he was working on.
“He delivered and he left his mark.”
Bravo exec Andy Cohen paid tribute to Peter’s passing on Watch What Happens Live last week.
He said: “Yesterday we lost someone very special to the Real Housewives and Bravo family.”
“He [Peter] cut the very first episode of New York Housewives back in Season 1.”
The Bravo host continued: “He’d call people into the bay for years after to chuckle at material he found.
Tinsley has appeared on the show since 2017, and recently got engaged to on-again love Scott.
Though she was rumored to be quitting the show and moving to Chicago with Scott, she insisted she’ll finish out the latest season.
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