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Van, Le Thi  
Le Thi Van Resident of San Jose Le Thi Van peacefully passed away with natural causes in her niece's home in San Jose, California on September 15, 2017. Ms. Le Van was born on April 11, 1936 in Hue, Vietnam. After graduated, she had started to work for South Vietnam post office in Saigon. Due to the Falls of Saigon on April 1975, she had escaped the communist with her older brother's family and re-located to San Jose, California since then. She had worked with various employers until she landed again her dreamed job with US Postal Office, on December 15th, 1979. She finally retired on April 30th, 2001 and dedicated her remaining time to her long time companion and best friend, Mr. Thomas Luzenski, and other nieces and nephew. She kept a very close relationship with her younger sister, who lives in Canada, and to her older brother Dat. She always fascinates with Princess Diana's life. Viewing is scheduled for September 25th, 2017, between 9:00AM and 10:15AM, at Oak Hill Memorial Park, located at 300 Curtner Avenue, San Jose, CA 95125. Funeral Mass is scheduled for September 25th, 2017 at 11:00 AM at Saint Victor Catholic Church, located at 3108 Sierra Rd., San Jose, CA 95132. View the online memorial for Le Thi Van
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Published in San Jose Mercury News/San Mateo County Times on Sept. 23, 2017
Varela, Maria  
Maria Varela April 3, 1933 - Sept. 17, 2017 Resident of Martinez Maria Varela passed Sun., Sept. 17th in her home. She was 84 years old. She was mother of Christina Heiderick, Leticia Varela, Ines Turner, Alberto Varela and Suzie Maney. Also surviving are nine grandchildren and ten great-grandchildren one sister and three brothers. She was a member of Maria Auxiladora Club at St Catherine's Church. Service will be held at St Catherine's Catholic Church in Martinez on Mon., Sept. 25th. Viewing at 10am followed by a mass at 11am. View the online memorial for Maria Varela
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Published in East Bay Times on Sept. 23, 2017
Wolfe, Marion Hagler  
Marion Hagler Wolfe Oct. 26, 1937 - Sept. 16, 2017 Resident of Santa Cruz Our beloved Mother, Marion Hagler Wolfe has left us too early. Her children held on to each of her hands and kept her close for as long as possible until they watched as she took her last breath in this world. She passed as she had wanted, in the comfort of her family home, with her children at her side and with her loving cat Milo, keeping watch on the bed. Marion was born in San Jose, CA on October 26, 1937, the daughter of Harold and Dorothy Hagler, she was the second of three children. In 1944, the family moved to Santa Cruz where her father opened Hagler's Grocery, located one block from the Boardwalk at the corner of Riverside, Leibrandt and Second streets. Living in a small Victorian behind the store, the family ran the grocery along with a small twelve room hotel occupying the second floor of the building. Marion and her siblings stocked shelves, ironed sheets and sold fresh baked pastries that were delivered daily. Weekends were spent on the beach or swimming in the Plunge at the Boardwalk. Growing up during the era of the Sun-Tan Special (train), The Salt Water Plunge (indoor pool), Big Bands at the Coconut Grove, The Miss California Pageant and Navy Ships in the Monterey Bay on holidays, was just the beginning of a life-long love affair with the Boardwalk and Santa Cruz beach life. A Santa Cruz High alumna, class of 1956, Marion went on to earn her Bachelor of Arts degree in education from the University of Montana in Missoula where she was a member of Delta Delta Delta sorority. After graduation, she joined the Department of Defense Overseas Dependents' Schools, teaching in Japan, Germany and finally England, where she met her husband. Marion's greatest joys were her children and later on her granddaughters. An amazing caregiver, nurturer and teacher, she loved fixing big family dinners and making holidays special for everyone. Dubbed "Best Nana Ever" by her granddaughters, afternoons with Nana included art projects and baking followed by a big splotch of crystal cut coral lipstick on the girls' cheeks. Her sense of humor was always present, even until the very end. She loved her pets and had an affinity for classic westerns and Carey Grant movies. Marion is survived by her children, Ben Wolfe and Jane Wolfe Mott, son-in-law Jim Mott and granddaughters Lyndsey and Molly Mott and brother, James Hagler. As a 50-year member of Chapter ED of the PEO sisterhood, promoting women's educational opportunity was always a passion. Marion loved being a teacher and was inspired by education. In lieu of flowers, please make a contribution to PEO Chapter ED in her name. Nana always loved dessert so please join the family for an open house celebration of her life at the family home on Sunday, October 1st from 12:00pm to 3 pm. If you are so inclined, please bring a dessert to share. If you need directions or details on making a contribution, please email janemott@yahoo.com or call (831)239-8401. To express your condolences or share a memory with Marion's family, please visit www.pacificgardenschapel.com . View the online memorial for Marion Hagler Wolfe
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Published in Santa Cruz Sentinel on Sept. 23, 2017
Zermeno, Teresa "Terry"  
Teresa "Terry" Zermeno Teresa "Terry" Zermeno, a 51-year resident of San Bernardino, passed away on Sept. 14, 2017. She was 84. was born on Oct. 13, 1932 in Azusa, Calif. She passed away at home on Sept. 14, 2017. Services with a rosary and visitation will be held between 4 p.m. and 8 p.m. on Sept. 28, A funeral mass will be held at 10 a.m. on Sept. 29, 2017 at Our Lady of Hope Catholic Church at 6885 Del Rosa Ave, San Bernardino, CA. Burial services will follow at Mt. View Cemetery, 570 E. Highland Avenue, San Bernardino, CA. Per the deceased's request, there will be no reception. She is survived by her sisters Josephine Zermeno, Socorro Feld and Margaret Gastel, and by her brothers Sylvestre Zermeno and Sabino Zermeno. She is also survived by her brother-in-law Michael Kennedy, Sr., brother-in-law Donald Feld and sister-in-law Christine Zermeno, as well as several nieces and nephews.
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Published in San Bernardino Sun on Sept. 23, 2017

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Arp, Otha "Butch"  
OTHA "BUTCH" ARP Otha "Butch" Arp went home to Heaven on September 17, 2017. Born in Caddo, Oklahoma in May 1926, he was the oldest of six children: Doug Arp, Dewell Arp and Jimmy Arp, Doris Arp Harborson, and Wynona Arp Renfro. Butch came to California in 1947 after serving as an Army nurse in Italy during WWII. He worked in the woods and in the mill in Bull Creek until 1962 where he was hurt in an accident. In 1963 he started salmon fishing at Shelter Cove during summers, working at Morrison Jackson and running the McCann Ferry in the off season. In 1964 he bought his own boat "The Okie Drifter" and became part of the Mosquito Fleet. He was still fishing at Shelter Cove in 2016. In the fall of 1950 Butch fell in love with Dottise D. Patton Evans, a widow with two children, John (Jack) Franklin Evans III and Lynne Evans (Alvarez). He married them in May of 1951. In 1955 they had another daughter, Lauri J. Arp (Walters). The couple was married 47 years when Dot went on before him. Butch is survived by his brother and sister, Jimmy Arp and Wynona Renfro, his children, Jack Evans, Lynne Alvarez, and Lauri Walters, his grandchildren, Gary Gentner, Scott Kendall, Herbie Alvarez, Misti Alvarez-Coen, Keirsten Eagles, Sasha Shay, Clarissa Walters and Nikaela Walters, 9 great- grandchildren and 1 great -great grandchild. Services will be held Friday September 22, 2017 at 10a.m., Sanders Funeral Home, 1835 E. St. Eureka. Please sign the guestbook at www.times-standard.com
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Published in Eureka Times-Standard from Sept. 21 to Sept. 22, 2017
Autrey, Robert (Featured)  
Robert Charles Autrey, 85 Robert Autrey passed away peacefully on Saturday, September 9, 2017, surrounded by family. Bob was born in Long Beach on January 16th, 1932 to Charles Franklin Autrey and Hannah Marie Boyland. He attended Wilson and Polytechnic High School from 1945 - 1949. His first job out of high school was with Pittsburgh Paint and Glass. During this time he purchased old cars, fixed them up, and resold them--and so began his journey to eventually opening his own dealership. In 1960, C Bob Autrey Motors opened on Long Beach Boulevard. The next step in his journey was becoming a BMW Fiat Ford Cortina dealer in 1966. Less than a decade later in 1976, C. Bob Autrey Mazda opened its doors. Throughout his career, Bob was also a Subaru and Lamborghini dealer. His innovation, passion, and drive continued on, and in 1990, Bob opened his new BMW showroom in Signal Hill, and remained a BMW motorcycle dealer until his death. Bob's passion for life went far beyond the showroom: He was one of the founding investors of the Grand Prix Association of Long Beach and original member of the Committee of 300. He loved traveling the world with his family, going on cross country motorcycle trips, and was a voracious reader and learner. He was also an avid golfer, snow skier and poker player. Most of all, Bob was a devoted and loving husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather. Bob is survived by his wife of 24 years, Debbie Frey Autrey, 3 children: Marisa Autrey, Kristlyn Shepard (John), and Ryan Autrey (Karen), 7 grandchildren: Travis Castillo (Yoohae), Christopher Castillo (Carolina), Todd Castillo, Kendall Brinkley, Megan Autrey, Riley Autrey, Scott Taucher, and 6 great grandchildren Matias, Skye, Sierra, Audrey, Aspen, and Hudson Castillo. He was preceded in death by his former wife, Shirley Autrey. A private family Interment Serivce will be held at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Cypress, California. In lieu of flowers, the family requests a donation be made in Bob's name to: CHP11-99 Foundation at CHP11-99.org , B.R.A.I.N. at Thebrainsite.org , or Long Beach Museum of Art at lbma.org . Please sign the guestbook at www.presstelegram.com/obits
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Published in the Long Beach Press-Telegram from Sept. 19 to Sept. 22, 2017
Bicomong, Virginia Lorico  
July 8, 1931 - Sept. 12, 2017 Virginia Lorico Bicomong passed away peacefully in her home Tuesday, Sept.12, surrounded by her nine children and their spouses. She was originally from Lusiana, Laguna Philippines where she was born fourth eldest of twelve siblings and married her husband of 64 years. Visitation will be held on Sept. 25 and 26 from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. at Colonial Chapels, Vallejo. Vigil prayer will be held 6 p.m. on the 26. Funeral mass will be held Sept. 27, at St. Vincent's Church in Vallejo at 11 a.m.
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Published in TimesHeraldOnline on Sept. 22, 2017
Bowers, Michael J. "Mike"  
Michael James BowersAug. 4, 1946 - Sept. 17, 2017Michael "Mike" J. Bowers, 71, a native of Vallejo, passed away Sunday following a brief illness at home with his family by his side.Mike attended St. Vincent's High School then served in the U.S. Navy and worked for Vallejo Electric Motors for 53 years, retiring in 2016. He enjoyed golfing with friends, camping and spending time with his grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, Kermit and Margaret Bowers; brother, David and sisters, Sandy and Diane.Survivors include his wife of 49 years, Janice of Vallejo; son, Bill (Stacy) Bowers of Napa; daughters, Stacy Montgomery and Carrie (Levi Culverhouse) Bowers both of Vallejo; sister, Kathi (Rich) Olavsen of Chico and grandchildren, Brady, Connor, Maggie, Liam, and Lucas.Visitation will be held on Monday, Sept. 25 from 4 to 9 p.m., with vigil services to begin at 7 p.m., at Twin Chapels Mortuary, Vallejo. Mass of Christian burial will be Tuesday, Sept. 26 at 11 a.m., at St. Basils the Great Catholic Church. Inurnment will be private.In lieu of flowers the family would prefer donations be sent to your local American Cancer Society.Cremation and arrangements entrusted to the direction and care of Twin Chapels Mortuary, Vallejo 552-6696. www.TwinChapelsMortuary.com .
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Published in TimesHeraldOnline on Sept. 22, 2017
Brumels, John  
John Brumels Sept. 5, 1926 - July 27, 2017 Sacramento, CA John passed away just shy of his 91st birthday from complications brought on by pneumonia. He was preceded in death by his wife of almost 62 years, Parue Brumels (2-21-14) & his oldest son, Steven Brumels (2-8-17). His is survived by his remaining children & their familes. Linda Nakatani & her husband Clifton, Clifford Brumels & his wife Donna, Debbie Takahashi & her husband Wayne and grandchildren David, Rachel & Aaron and Brandt & Austen. A once long time resident of Albany, CA where he raised his family. John will be missed for his sense of humor and kindness. View the online memorial for John Brumels
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Published in East Bay Times on Sept. 22, 2017
Calcagno, Teresa L.  
Teresa L. Calcagno January 27,1924 - September 18,2017 Resident of Carmel Teresa Calcagno, 93, of Carmel, passed away peacefully Monday, September 18, 2017. Teresa was born in Modesto on January 27,1924 to Northern Italian immigrants Louis Ottone and Emilia Carano Ottone and shortly thereafter the family moved to Salinas . Raised with three competitive brothers, she quickly learned to compete in sports which carried through in later life, playing tennis until her early 80's. She also enjoyed watching sports especially baseball and tennis. Her true passion in life was providing for her children and husband. She cherished the opportunity she had to stay at home and be a homemaker. She also enjoyed her arts and craft, in particular, making hand stitched Christmas stockings for every family member. But she was never more happy than being in the kitchen preparing a meal for her family or friends or anyone that unexpectedly stopped by. Teresa was introduced to John Calcagno at a wedding of mutual friends After a short courtship they were married in Salinas on June 22,1947, and were inseparable during their 70 year marriage. She was a member of the Altar Society and a CHOMP volunteer for many years. Besides her parents, Teresa was preceded in death by her two brothers John and Louis and their wives Barbara and Jo and nephew David Lerda. Survivors include her children Cindy (Paul) Riso, Robert (Lori Merwin), Richard (Liz), Charles (MaryLou), Maria (Richard) Etheredge, and Joseph (Julie), brother Charles Ottone and sister Dorothy Lerda. She is also survived by 8 grandchildren and 1 great grandson and numerous nephews and nieces. Mom you devoted your life to your family, you can now walk into your heavenly Father's arms. Until we meet again, We Love You. A viewing will be held Fri. 9/29 at 9am at Carmel Mission followed by a funeral Mass at 10am. Burial will be at San Carlos Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to the Meals On Wheels of the Monterey Peninsula. View the online memorial for Teresa L. Calcagno
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Published in The Monterey Herald on Sept. 22, 2017
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