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Price, Vernon Gabriel  
Vernon Gabriel Price Oct. 15, 1924 - Nov. 30, 2016 Resident of Los Altos Our beloved father, Vernon Gabriel Price, passed away peacefully the morning of November 30, 2016 in Los Altos, California. He was 92 years young. Vernon was born on October 15, 1924 in Salt Lake City, Utah to Charles Eton and Renee Lola Felt Price. He grew up in a happy home, along with three brothers and two sisters. During World War II, Vernon served in the U.S. Navy where he worked on airborne electronics and radar systems. Afterward he received his BS/MS degrees in Electrical Engineering at the University of Utah and continued his education at Stanford University. Vernon married his sweetheart Patricia Forbush on September 1, 1948 in the LDS Salt Lake Temple. They spent several years in Salt Lake, Coeur d'Alene, San Diego, and Palo Alto before settling into their ranch home in Los Altos. In 1962 he joined the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center (SLAC) as a microwave engineer, and then worked as manager of accelerator operations for many years. Vernon was a Life Senior Member of IEEE and served as the membership chair, where he enthusiastically promoted and encouraged membership in NPSS and other societies in the IEEE organization. He was also an amateur ham radio operator since he was fourteen (W6RRK, then AI6VP after taking the Extra Class). Vernon was a faithful member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS) and truly enjoyed attending services every Sunday. He is survived by his children Gayle Price, Mary Price, Karen Zensius, Judy Miller, Paul Price, Martha Siegel, and Gwen McLean; their spouses; his nine grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. He is predeceased by his beautiful wife, Patricia, and their eldest son, Steven. A memorial service will be held at noon on Friday December 9, 2016 at the LDS church on 10270 S Stelling Road, Cupertino, California. Burial services were held at Alta Mesa Memorial Park in Palo Alto, California. View the online memorial for Vernon Gabriel  Price
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Published in San Jose Mercury News/San Mateo County Times on Dec. 6, 2016
Reidenbach, Claire Gustafson  
Claire Gustafson Reidenbach Aug. 9, 1945 - Nov. 25, 2016 Danville, CA Claire Gustafson Reidenbach passed away peacefully on November 25th. A resident of Danville, CA, Claire sought sunshine everywhere she went and brought joy to everyone she touched. Born in Oakland, CA on August 9th, 1945 to Rhoda and Philip Gustafson, she grew up in Walnut Creek and graduated from Las Lomas High School. She went on to earn a Bachelor's Degree from UC Berkeley and a Masters Credential in teaching. Claire taught elementary school in Richmond for several years before leaving to raise her three children. Through their childhood, she chaired the school Parents Club, taught Sunday school at Lafayette-Orinda Presbyterian Church, started two small businesses, and unwaveringly supported her family, friends, and the broader community. After her kids were grown, Claire returned to teaching at Morello Park Elementary in Martinez, where she has been for the last 19 years. Most recently she is known as a beloved 4th grade teacher who celebrated and inspired curiosity, a passion for writing and even a little feistiness. An avid gardener, Claire truly stopped to smell every rose along life's journey. She loved to be out in the world "filling up her cup", treasuring the adventure and beauty of a road trip, a good book, the farmer's market or simply her daily walk with her dog on Danville's Iron Horse Trail. She had a special spirit and a way of always bringing out the positive. She is irreplaceable, but her impact is everlasting. Claire is survived by her three children, Peter, David and Sarah; their spouses, Kathleen, Christine, and Kate; and seven grandchildren, Hana, Fisher, Joe, Dane, Samantha, Kelly, and Maisie. She is also survived by her two brothers, John and Jim Gustafson; close childhood cousin, Linda Parker; numerous nieces, nephews and cousins, dear friends and the entire Morello Park School Community. Her family and friends meant the world to her. A celebration of her life will be held at Lafayette-Orinda Presbyterian Church on Thursday December 15th at 3:30pm. Gifts in her memory can be made to Forget Me Not Farm Children's Services of Santa Rosa or Reading Partners of Oakland, CA. View the online memorial for Claire Gustafson Reidenbach
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Published in East Bay Times on Dec. 6, 2016
Reitberger, Craig  
Craig Reitberger It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Craig Reitberger. He was born in Hermosa Beach November 21, 1964 and passed away November 27, 2016. Craig was full of life, and was a loving caring man. He loved going out to the Colorado River on his boat and playing in the desert with his Razor. He always had a smile on his face and a laugh that would brighten up everyone around him. He will be greatly missed. Craig leaves behind father and mother, Bob and Gail; brother, Harry; sisters, Carrie, Marci, and Tami. A memorial service will be held at Rice Mortuary, 5310 Torrance Blvd. Torrance, CA 90503 on Friday, December 9th, 2016 at 1pm. Please sign the guestbook at www.dailybreeze.com/obits .
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Published in Daily Breeze on Dec. 6, 2016
Richard, Dombrowski  
RICHARD MATHEW DOMBROWSKI Richard (Rick) Dombrowski of Redlands, passed away on November 24, 2016. Mr. Dombrowski graduated from the University of Redlands with a B.A. in Business Management and an M.A in Human Resources Management. He served in the U.S. Navy for 23 years in Naval Aviation, followed by a career with Lockheed Martin Technical Services Co., in Human Resources, at Ontario, CA. He was a 38 year resident of Redlands; A long time member of Redlands Elks Lodge #583, Exalted Ruler of Redlands Elks Lodge from 1996-1997 and also served as District Deputy Grand Exalted Ruler with the Elks from 2001-2002. He was a member of the American Legion also. He was a long time San Diego Chargers season ticket holder and he loved old movies, particularly those with John Wayne. He was married on April 26, 1961, at the Naval Chapel in Coronado, CA, to Sue Dombrowski, his wife of 55 years. He is also survived by his children, David Hubbard of Oklahoma City, OK; Donna Larson of Shawnee, OK; Christine Pollitt of Riverside, CA; Julia Green of Yucaipa, CA, and seven grandchildren. Services with Military Honors will be held at Riverside National Cemetery on Friday December 9, 2016 at 1:45pm. Emmerson Bartlett Memorial Chapel in Redlands is handling arrangements. You may leave the family a message or share a memory at www.emmersonbartlett.com , where you can view service details.
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Published in Redlands Daily Facts on Dec. 6, 2016
Robertson, Ronald  
Ronald Robertson May 5, 1931 - Nov 12, 2016 Marina Marina- Ronald "Rob" Robertson, age 85, died November 12, 2016, at Windsor Monterey Care Center after a long battle of chronic illness. Retired SFC Robertson spent 22 years, 2 months, and 21 days proudly serving our country in the Army before moving on to other endeavors. He was a great husband, father, grandfather, and great-grandfather, and is survived by his wife, Yong Ae, and two (2) daughters, Suzie Adams and Joanna Heath. He is also predeceased by his youngest daughter, Anna Robertson. He also leaves behind five (5) grandchildren: Suzie Harris, Jody Smith, Jennifer Branch, Cody Heath and Jessica Nelson, as well as five (5) great grandchildren: Kyle & Sierra Schafer, Brayden, Davie Anne, & Ridge Branch. A service honoring his life and military career will be held Monday 12/12/2016 at 12:30 p.m. at CA Central Coast Veterans Cemetery. View the online memorial for Ronald  Robertson
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Published in The Monterey Herald on Dec. 6, 2016
Rowland Johnson, Patsy S.  
Patsy S. Rowland Johnson 75 of Temple City passed away in her home on November 29, 2016 after a battle with cancer. Patsy was born on February 13, 1941 in Shawnee Oklahoma, and was a resident of Temple City for 46 years. She is survived by daughter Kelly and Mike son Scott and daughter in law Laura and 4 grandkids Ryan, Katie, Brad and Tyler which she was very proud of each of them. In lieu of flowers the family would appreciate a donation to American Cancer Society. The service will be held at Oakdale Memorial 1401 S. Grand Ave in Glendora on Saturday December 17, 2016 at 11:00 and a reception will be following at Zendejas Mexican Restaurant 665 W. Arrow Hwy San Dimas, CA
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Published in San Gabriel Valley Tribune on Dec. 6, 2016
SALE, DOUGLAS RITCHIE  
DOUGLAS RITCHIE SALE December 30, 1922 ~ December 2, 2016 Doug was born in Red Bluff on December 30, 1922 in the house still standing on the corner of Gilmore Ranch Road and Sale Lane. He was the sixth child, fourth son of Mary Lindley Sale and Ritchie Sale. He attended Lincoln Elementary and graduated from Red Bluff High School in 1940. He served in the Air Force from 1942-45; attended Sacramento Junior College and graduated from UCLA in 1948, where he played both basketball and baseball. After graduating, he taught PE and coached at Hayward High School from 1948-51 and Covina High School from 1951-52. In 1952, he returned to UCLA to be an assistant basketball coach to John Wooden and assistant baseball coach to Art Reichle. In 1953 he completed his Masters in Education at Stanford. In August of that year he married the former Mary Suzanne Waltz. They lived in Los Angeles for another year before returning to Red Bluff to build a home and raise their three children on the Sale Ranch near his mother, two brothers and sister and, eventually 13 nieces and nephews. He has lived on or within walking distance of the ranch for the past 60 years and could not imagine living anywhere else. Doug spent his entire professional career in education. Anyone who knew Doug, knows that he loved to "coach", whether it was on a field, a court or any other venue conducive to a one on one discussion. From 1954-84, with a break from 1971-1977, he worked at Red Bluff High School and the Tehama County Office of Education. He served on the Mosquito Abatement and Opportunity Center Boards for over 25 years, has been a member of the Rotary Club and the Elks Club for over 50 years, member of the Paul Harris Society, and was a longtime member of Wilcox Oaks Golf Club. Besides family, golf and coaching/sports, Doug loved his friends telling stories, joking, and teasing. His daily "Coffee" group, trips to town to deliver peaches, visit Growneys or home bound friends were considered hours well spent and enjoyed. One of his favorite sayings was "I don't tease people I don't like". He was a loyal and generous friend to many. Doug is survived by his wife, Suzanne, daughters Ellen (Martin Jaffe) of Oakland, CA, Cara (Mark Ritchie) of Santa Monica, CA, son, Kevitt (Nancy) of Huntington Beach, CA, 5 grandsons and 2 granddaughters, numerous nieces and nephews. He is the last of the eight Sale siblings. A private family gathering will be planned. The family requests donations to either the State Theater for the Arts or the Red Bluff High School Scholarship Fund.,
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Published in Daily News on Dec. 6, 2016
Souza Jr., Albert  
Albert Souza Jr. Albert (Mike) Souza Jr. Retired Major in USAF and alumnus of UOP, Stockton. Al was born October 23, 1942 in Long Beach, California. He married Marilyn Workmon on June 18, 1965 in Fresno (Calwa), California. Albert died on November 26, 2016, at Redlands Community Hospital, after a long illness. Albert was predeceased by his parents, Albert Sr. and Marie and his younger sister, Elayne Lester. He leaves behind his wife of fifty-one years, Marilyn Souza, as well as his children, Michael Souza, Missy Souza VanSoest (Chris), John Souza (Erin), Thomas Souza. Five Grandchildren: Bailey VanSoest, Peyton VanSoest, Owen Souza, Ella Souza and Maggie Souza. He also leaves behind his brother James Souza and numerous nieces and nephews and extended family. Al attended Catholic schools through eighth grade. He then graduated from Artesia High School (Artesia, Ca.) in 1960. After high School, he enlisted in the USAF for four years. In 1965, he returned to Fresno, Ca. where he met and married Marilyn. At the end of 1965, he reenlisted in the Air Force for another four years. In 1969, Al was honorably discharged from the military early, to attend College. He attended Fresno City College and earned a 2-year degree. He then continued on to earn his PhD in a three year Pharmacy program at the University of the Pacific, in Stockton, California. He graduated from UOP, in 1976. After passing his Calif. State Pharmacy Boards, he served as a Lt. in the Public Health Service, stationed at the FDA in Washington D.C. In 1977, Albert left the Public Health Service to enter the USAF as an officer. He served out the rest of his 20-year military career in the USAF, eventually retiring as a Major in the regular USAF. He was stationed various places including bases in Florida, Georgia, Clark AFB (Philippines), Holloman AFB (New Mexico), Lackland AFB (Texas), Anderson AFB (Guam), Norton AFB (Ca.), and LA AFB (Ca.). After retiring from the Air Force, Al worked as a Pharmacist at Kaiser hospitals and clinics, and various retail Pharmacies in Southern Ca. He also worked at Loma Linda Hospital at the end of his career. Albert was a member of the Catholic Church and UFCW Pharmacy union. He was a lifelong enthusiastic runner, who enjoyed daily runs and marathons. His greatest joy was spending time with his family, especially his children and grandchildren. All who knew him will miss his honesty, integrity, kindness, humor and generosity. Al and Marilyn were blessed to share more than fifty-one years of marriage. At 1 o'clock on December 8, 2016 At the Montecito Chapel Military Honors at Veterans Area Graveside services Montecito Memorial Park and Mortuary 3520 East Washington St., Colton, Ca. 92324.
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Published in San Bernardino Sun on Dec. 6, 2016
Stoner, Richard Calvin (Dick)  
RICHARD (DICK) CALVIN STONER Dick Stoner ascended peacefully into Paradise to meet his Lord Jesus on November 29, 2016. He was born on March 5, 1925 in Billings, Montana to Robert and Birdie Stoner. His family moved to Berkeley, California in 1943 where he attended Cal briefly before he was drafted into the US Army. He served as a mortar-man in the 385th Infantry and was wounded during the Battle of Bastogne. He was protected by God when he was the only survivor of the five brave soldiers in an attack on their fox hole. After the War, he attended Fresno State College where he was a member of the track team, led the Rally Committee and served as Senior Class President. He graduated in 1949 with a BA in Psychology. He worked as a counselor and district administrator for the State of California Dept. of Rehabilitation until his retirement in 1977. While at Fresno State, he met Patricia Pinnell. They married and had four sons: Stephen, Jeffrey, Richard, and Gerald. He lost his first wife Pat in 1984 but was blessed to meet and marry Alice Seely in 1987. They had 26 wonderful years together gardening, traveling and starting "Family Camp" until Alice passed in 2013. He was one of the founders of Senior Softball in Chico, a sport in which he excelled. "Papa" will forever be remembered for his generous heart and sense of humor. He is also predeceased by his brothers Bob and Frank; his sister Esther; and his son Gerald. He leaves countless good memories to his sons, Steve (Alice), Jeff (Marian) and Rick (Paula); daughter-in-law, Wendee; grandchildren; Heidi, Eric, Armineh, Amelia, Savannah, and Sapphire; and five great-grandchildren. His family would like to thank all the wonderful staff at Roseleaf Gardens for all the good times he had the last two and a half years. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the VFW Post 1555, 554 Rio Lindo Ave Chico, Ca 95926 or St. Labre Indian School Ashland Mt. ( www.stlabre.org ). A Graveside Military Memorial Service will be held Dec. 10, 2016 at 1pm at Chico Cemetery 881 Mangrove Ave. With a reception to follow. To view obituary and send condolences please go online to NewtonBracewell.com .
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Published in Chico Enterprise-Record on Dec. 6, 2016
Ulloa, Benjamin P.  
Benjamin P. (Benny) Ulloa March 2, 1931 – December 1, 2016 Beloved husband and father, loving grandfather & great grandfather. He was so much to so many. Proud trucker and recipient of the coveted "Million Safe Miles Award". Houseboat enthusiast, excitable fisherman, slot & poker player extraordinaire. "Benny De San Jo", "Big Ben", "Corney" or "Pulido", it didn't matter the name because Benjamin was a party waiting to happen. A gift from God , we already miss you so much but you will always be in our hearts & memories. He is survived by his children Marcia, Dwayne & Tamarra, grandchildren Tiffani & Nickolas & great grandchildren Alexandra & Lincoln. A viewing & rosary is scheduled for Thursday December 8th from 5-9 pm, mass and burial will be on Friday at 930 am. All services at Forest Lawn Covina Hills.
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Published in Inland Valley Daily Bulletin on Dec. 6, 2016
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