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Roof, Rose (Beltran)  
Rose Roof (Beltran) May 14, 1944 - April 13, 2017 Rose arrived at her heavenly home on April 13. She was surrounded by her loving family. Viewing Friday, April 21, 2017 6 - 8pm Draper Mortuary, 811 N. Mountain Ave.,, Ontario. Service Saturday, April 22, 2017, 9am at Drapers Mortuary. Interment following at Bellevue Memorial Park, 1240 W. G St., Ontario.
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Published in Inland Valley Daily Bulletin on Apr. 20, 2017
Saitz, Carolyn S.  
Jan. 3, 1943 - April 17, 2017 Carolyn S. Saitz, formerly Carolyn Castillo, passed away Monday at her home. She was born and had been a Benicia resident all her life and worked as a legal secretary for over 25 years. Carolyn loved being a mom and grandma, cooking, being a home-maker, crocheting and traveling to Hawaii. She is survived by her daughters, Teerie O'Dea and Celeste Castillo-Evers; sister, Virginia (Gary) Cady; former husband, Willie Castillo; sister in law, Arlene Saitz; grandchildren, Vincent (Katy) Tsutsui and Brooke and Matthew Evers; and great grandchild, Tristan Tsutsui. She was preceded in death by her sister Joanne Rahill and her brother, Frank Saitz. Funeral services will be held 11 a.m., Saturday at Passalacqua Funeral Chapel. Burial will be private. Visitation will be at the mortuary from 7 to 9 p.m., Friday. Please visit the online tribute at www.passalacquafuneralchapel.com . Arrangements entrusted to the direction and care of Passalacqua Funeral Chapel, 707-745-3130.
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Published in TimesHeraldOnline on Apr. 20, 2017
Salvitti, Victoria A.  
Victoria A. Salvitti Victoria A. Salvitti (85) of Lakewood passed away April 14, 2017. Survived by her loving family: husband, Anthony; daughters, Gloria Duart and Donna Nagle; 6 grandchildren; 2 great-grandchildren; 4 living brothers and sisters. Mrs. Salvitti loved her grandchildren and she was a homemaker for 67 years that loved to babysit. Funeral Mass (TODAY) Thursday, April 20th 10:30 a.m. at St. Pancratius Catholic Church. Interment at All Souls Cemetery. Please sign the guest book at luybendilday.com . Luyben Dilday Mortuary 562-425-6401
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Published in the Long Beach Press-Telegram on Apr. 20, 2017
Sorensen, Perry Chester  
Perry Chester Sorensen May 21, 1949 ~ April 13, 2017 Spreckels, CA Perry Sorensen, 67, of Spreckels passed away Thursday, April 13, 2017 at his home in Spreckels, CA. He is survived by his life partner Hilda Stevens, their beloved dog, Bob Marley and brother, Eric Sorensen. Perry, a retired carpenter has a passion for the great outdoors and found solace in the quiet of nature. He was an avid fan of Jerry Garcia and the Grateful Dead. He also loved history and was an expert on the backroads of California. He will be sorely missed. A Farewell Tribute will be held 12:00pm to 4:00pm Saturday, April 22, 2017 at Spreckels Memorial Park, Spreckels, CA 93962. Funeral arrangements by Struve and Laporte. Online condolences to www.struveandlaporte.com View the online memorial for Perry Chester Sorensen
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Published in The Monterey Herald on Apr. 20, 2017
Stoughton, Louise D.  
Louise, of Owensboro, Kentucky, passed away peacefully at home in the company of her family on December 27, 2016. A long-time resident of the San Fernando Valley and a retired executive secretary for the Los Angeles County Department of Social Services, she attained love, success and longevity and was truely loved by all who knew her. In her brief 99 years in this material world she achieved so much through perserverence and a true desire to bring knowledge, peace and harmony to all she knew. Wife of over fifty years to Ivan, one of the first modern-day aviators, and mother to three sons: Bruce, a consultant; Dan, an inventor; and Glenn, writer/engineer, Louise accomplished all anyone could expect from a truely religious spirit and caring human being. Internment is at Oakwood Memorial Park in Chatsworth. Louise will forever hold a place in our hearts.
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Published in Los Angeles Daily News on Apr. 20, 2017
Sutton, Sharlene  
Sharlene Joellen Sutton September 26, 1954 - April 14, 2017 Sharlene Joellen (Kellogg) Sutton, 62, died from pneumonia and complications at Providence Little Company of Mary Hospital, Torrance, CA on Friday, April 14, 2017, Good Friday. She was born on September 26, 1954 in Los Angeles, CA to Shirley Aileen (Sheppard) and Joseph Sloan Kellogg. Sharlene lived on Charlene Drive in View Park - Windsor Hills. She moved to Torrance in 1966 and was an active Camp Fire Girl. She was close to her grandparents while growing up and loved going on trips with them across the Midwest. She graduated from Torrance High School in 1972, where she was on the Drill Team. She attended El Camino Community College and California State University, Long Beach, majoring in Interior Design. She worked for Imperial Bank and Hughes Credit Union. Sharlene met future husband Timothy John Sutton while working at the Broadway department store at Del Amo Fashion Center in August 1973. Sharlene and Tim eloped on March 6, 1980 at The Colonial Terrace Inn by Reverend Hett in Carmel by the Sea, CA, and reaffirmed their vows on July 26, 1980 at St. Andrews Presbyterian Church in Redondo Beach, CA by Reverend Cox. They spent their honeymoon in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. Sharlene and Tim were married for 37 years as of 2017, and raised two children: son Todd Timothy Sutton (b. 1982) and daughter Leisa Sharlene Sutton (b. 1990). She was an active homemaker and very involved in their school and after school activities. Sharlene was an amazing wife and mother who always put her family before herself. The family took many annual road trips over the years to National Parks and points of interest in America. She loved dance, tennis, auto racing, swim, travel, planning trips, politics, music, genealogy, sewing, cooking, and dogs (Pembroke Corgi, Brisket). She was extremely detail oriented and thoughtful. She was preceded in death by her father Joseph Sloan Kellogg (d. 1992) and her brother Gary Kellogg (d. 2010). She is survived by son Todd Sutton of Torrance, CA and daughter Leisa Sutton of San Diego, CA; mother Shirley Aileen Kellogg of Torrance, CA, sister Jill Carnine of Torrance, CA; brother Gregg Kellogg of Torrance, CA; nephews Mark Kellogg, Kurt Kellogg, Scott Carnine, and Chad Kellogg, and nieces Carissa Carnine and Jennifer Mota of CA. A graveside service will be held on Thursday, April 20, 2017 at Pacific Crest Cemetery at 11am, and will be interred immediately following the service.
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Published in Daily Breeze on Apr. 20, 2017
Taylor, Todd Wesley  
Todd Wesley Taylor Born December 23, 1968, died Friday, April 7, 2017. He is survived by his son, Tye Wolf, and daughter, Erin Noelle. Share stories and see pictures on Facebook.
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Published in Lake County Record-Bee from Apr. 14 to Apr. 20, 2017
Tharratt, Robert "Bob"  
Robert "Bob" Tharratt May 17, 1923 - March 30, 2017 Resident of Walnut Creek Robert "Bob" Tharratt, a longtime resident of Walnut Creek, passed away surrounded by his loving family on March 30 – about a month short of his 94th birthday. He was preceded in death by his beloved wife Jeane R Tharratt and his oldest grandchild Erik C. Bailey. Bob was born in Hull, England to George and Annie Mary Tharratt along with 4 wonderful sisters: Joan, Dorothy, Mary and Wendy. Because of his father's role in aviation, the family immigrated to the US in the early 1930's. They settled in Southern California as his father was an engineer with McDonald Douglas Aircraft. Bob graduated from Santa Monica High School and spent much of his youth participating in equestrian activities, competing in Hunter / Jumper events across the state. He always loved animals and attended UC Davis upon his military discharge in 1946. In 1943, Bob enlisted in the US Army Air Forces and was a ball turret gunner on a B-17 stationed in southern England. On his 19th mission over Germany Bob's B-17 was shot down. Bob and his crew spent 9 months in a German POW camp. They were marched east towards Russia until they were liberated by a British Battalion at the end of the war. He always remembered hearing bagpipes the day they were liberated. Among his many military honors were an Air Medal with 2 oak leaf clusters, a POW medal, a Purple Heart and the Distinguished Flying Cross. He was later awarded the Chevalier de la L'egion d'Honneur by the French government. In 1949, Bob and his family settled in Walnut Creek. He married Jeane Robinson Bailey in 1956. He and Jeane were very active in the local community and church for the next 60 years. Bob's strong people skills led him to a successful career in sales. He was gregarious and warm. Bob was also involved with the Chamber of Commerce, the Civic Arts Theatre Group and Veteran Groups. Notably, he helped establish a local veterans lunch group that has grown from 5 members to over 100. The group continues to meet every month, offering support to one another and all get a chance to tell their stories. This special group was so important to Bob over the years. He frequently spoke in classrooms, at civic ceremonies and at military events, spreading the honor of military veterans from his personal story. Most of all he was very proud of his family: his children, Tamra T. Converse (Stewart) of Eagle Colorado, Gwen J. Tharratt of Lafayette, Robert B. Bailey of Clarksville, Missouri and Scott S. Bailey (Patti) of Concord. He was grandfather to 8, great grandfather of 4 and he adored his numerous nieces and nephews. Bob will be missed. Friends and family are invited to attend a memorial service and celebration of Bob's life on July 29th, 11 a.m., to be held at St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 1924 Trinity Ave., Walnut Creek. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to: St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 1924 Trinity Ave. Walnut Creek, Ca. 94596 or Concord Veterans Center, 1333 Willow Pass Road, Suite 106, Concord, Ca. 94520 or Vietnam Veterans of Diablo Valley PO Box 2079 Danville, Ca. 94526 Bob's request for the service / celebration is to please, dress in color. View the online memorial for Robert "Bob" Tharratt
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Published in East Bay Times on Apr. 20, 2017
Weber, Melva  
Melva Weber A visitation will be held for Melva Weber on Saturday, April 22, 2017 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Eversole Mortuary. Born August 14, 1924 in Ukiah, Melva passed away in Cloverdale on Sunday, April 16, 2017 at the age of 92. Melva was a lifelong resident of Ukiah. She was a homemaker, a lifetime Grange member and received numerous sewing awards of which she was very proud. She will be remembered for going above and beyond in all her endeavors to achieve perfection. Melva is survived by her daughter Adella Quinliven of Ukiah, seven grandchildren, ten great grandchildren and eight great great grandchildren.
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Published in Ukiah Daily Journal on Apr. 20, 2017
Wendorff, Mary Jo  
Mary Jo Wendorff Mary Jo "Jody" Wendorff passed away on April 11, 2017. She was born in Ohio on June 3, 1928 and eventually settled in Southern California with her husband, Dr. Ted Wendorff, and their four children; Teri, Judi, Todd and Dave. Jody loved her children, their spouses, her 15 grandkids and three great grandchildren more than anything. She had a deep and abiding faith in God which she sought to live out every day. Jody loved her friends, loved people, and generously volunteered her time to those in need in our community. If you had the privilege of meeting her, she was the life of the party and lit up the room. She was fun, daring, adventurous and elegant all at the same time. Her grandchildren adored her and she never missed an opportunity to attend a special event for anyone in her family. She was up for almost anything and even into her late 80's played golf and bridge several times a week, went to the Red Onion and out to Palm Desert. Amazingly, she never seemed to age. She stayed young to her very last step on this earth. She went out the way she lived her life, full of joy and with a bold tenacity to live through pain and hardship for another glorious day with her family and friends, and with an absolute assurance that the Lord was waiting for her the moment she took her last breath. This life ended and her eternal life began. She will be greatly missed. A celebration service will be held on Monday, April 24 at 11 AM in the Norris Pavilion, 501 Indian Peak Road, Rolling Hills Estates. Please sign the guestbook at www.dailybreeze.com/obits
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Published in Daily Breeze on Apr. 20, 2017
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