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Carbaugh, Walter Francis (Sarge)  
Walter Francis Carbaugh (Sarge) Resident of Frederick, MD Walter entered eternal rest on Thurs. Sept. 7, 2017. Walt was a wonderful husband, father, brother, son and friend. He is survived by wife, Maria Del Jesus Ramirez Carbaugh, sons, John Jacob Carbaugh, III, Walter Francis Carbaugh, Jr., daughter, Lizabeth Ramirez Carbaugh, four grandchildren, Aaliyah Marie Carbaugh, Steavin Marquis Carbaugh, Jayden John Camacho-Carbaugh and Rodney Lee Graham, Jr., brother Steve Carbaugh. He is preceded in death by parents Marie Elizabeth Dishong Carbaugh, John J. Carbaugh, brother Frank Carbaugh, sisters Grace Bowers and Olive Misner of Thurmont, MD. Walter served in the military for 42 years and worked for PG&E for 15 years. Walt was famous for his Thanksgiving pumpkin pies to make and share. He loved Christmas. Walt loved to watch John Wayne movies, WWE wrestling and listen to gospel music. Walt loved telling jokes to make you laugh. Walt, I will truly miss you for all the days of my life. Love, Maria. Visitation Friday, Room E, Sept. 22, 9-12 family, 12-5 friends. Evening service 6 p.m. Chapel of the Oaks, Oak Hill Memorial Park, San Jose. Final view Sat. Sept. 23, 1-2. Service at 2. Burial to follow. View the online memorial for Walter Francis Carbaugh (Sarge)
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Published in San Jose Mercury News/San Mateo County Times on Sept. 22, 2017
Chandler III, George O.  
In Loving Memory George O. Chandler, III Sept. 22, 1956 - Apr. 16, 2006 Happy Birthday my precious love! Forever loved & missed. Your Wife Emily View the online memorial for George O. Chandler, III
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Published in East Bay Times on Sept. 22, 2017
Chapman, Joyce  
JOYCE CHAPMAN Joyce Chapman was born June 11, 1940 in Red Bluff, CA. She married William (Bill) Chapman July 15, 1961. Bill was in the Air Force at the time and because of Bill's reassignments they traveled to several places including Ohio, Turkey, Oklahoma and Texas. Joyce enjoyed being able to meet new people and visit new places. Joyce received her Bachelor's degree in June 1962 and taught at Red Bluff High School, Indian Lake, OH High School and San Antonio, TX High School. In 1980 the family moved back to Red Bluff, CA where she taught at Shasta College. In 1991 she received her master's degree. For her theses she created a court reporting program for Butte College, which she coordinated and implemented. She retired in 2002 after which Bill and Joyce enjoyed traveling and cruising to Alaska (5 times) and Hawaii (2 times). On September 16, 2017 Joyce went to be with the Lord. There are no services planned. She was preceded in death by her father (1984), sister (2013) and mother (2014). She is survived by her husband Bill and son Gregory who will both miss her very much. To view obituary and send online condolences to the family, go to NewtonBracewell.com .
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Published in Chico Enterprise-Record on Sept. 22, 2017
CHAPMAN, JOYCE  
JOYCE CHAPMAN June 11, 1940 ~ September 16, 2017 Joyce Chapman was born June 11, 1940 in Red Bluff, CA. She married William (Bill) Chapman July 15, 1961. Bill was in the Air Force at the time and because of Bill's reassignments they traveled to several places including Ohio, Turkey, Oklahoma and Texas. Joyce enjoyed being able to meet new people and visit new places. Joyce received her Bachelor's degree in June 1962 and taught at Red Bluff High School, Indian Lake, OH High School and San Antonio, TX High School. In 1980 the family moved back to Red Bluff, CA where she taught at Shasta College. In 1991 she received her master's degree. For her theses she created a court reporting program for Butte College, which she coordinated and implemented. She retired in 2002 after which Bill and Joyce enjoyed traveling and cruising to Alaska (5 times) and Hawaii (2 times). On September 16, 2017 Joyce went to be with the Lord. There are no services planned. She was preceded in death by her father (1984), sister (2013) and mother (2014). She is survived by her husband Bill and son Gregory who will both miss her very much. To view obituary and send online condolences to the family, go to NewtonBracewell.com .
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Published in Daily News on Sept. 22, 2017
Clarke III, Arthur M.  
Arthur M. Clarke III 1944 - 2017 Resident of Walnut Creek Arthur M. Clarke III ("Art" or "Ace"), 72, died at his Seward, Nebraska home on August 25, 2017. Art passed away peacefully in his sleep from apparent cardiac arrest. The eldest child of Arthur M. Clarke, Jr. and Evelyn Clarke, Art was born in October 1944 at Randolph Field Air Force Base near San Antonio, Texas. The son of a career Army officer, Art moved often while growing up and lived in eight different states, Japan, and Germany before finishing high school. Art met Gail Houghton while attending Oakland University in Rochester, Michigan, where he majored in engineering. Art and Gail were married in December 1965 in Randolph, New York. The couple lived in the same house in Walnut Creek, California for 41 years, where they raised two daughters, Pamela ("Pam") and Kristin ("Kristy"). They welcomed four granddaughters: Miranda, Violette, Bethany, and Naomi. In early 2017, Art and Gail relocated to Seward, Nebraska to be closer to family and more involved as grandparents. After college, Art worked for Westinghouse Corp. in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where he helped design the computerized control system for Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) in San Francisco, California. BART recruited Art from Westinghouse in 1970. He spent the rest of his career with BART, rising to become a lead project engineer before retiring in 2005. A strong believer in public service, Art served on the Walnut Creek School District Governing Board for 25 years. He specialized in infrastructure and school finance and enjoyed working with board members, staff, and parents, united in the desire to provide quality education for their students. Art attended countless PTA and education foundation events and volunteered in after-school tutoring programs. He served on Walnut Creek's Community Emergency Response Team for several years. At St. Anselm's Episcopal Church, Art participated in the Property Commission and chaired the Cancer Support Group. A cancer survivor, he believed that education and mutual support were vital when fighting that disease. The group remembers him fondly both for his leadership and for his signature brownies. Art's other interests included wine appreciation and collecting, vegetable gardening, model trains, reading (especially science and science fiction), Sudoku, building and maintaining personal computers, all things Dilbert, feeding and watching wild birds, caring for his pet cats, and traveling with Gail during his retirement. Art described their trip to the Panama Canal as "a dream vacation for engineers." He enjoyed sharing time, stimulating conversation, and quality food and wine with close friends. Those friends remember his wry wit, the twinkle in his eye, and his dry sense of humor. Although he was generally quiet, Art possessed an active mind and stayed knowledgeable about many topics. When he contributed to a conversation, others took note of his insightful and relevant comments. Art treasured his family. He asserted that women should follow any path, career or otherwise, suited to their talents and interests – including the traditionally male-dominated realms of math and science. He loved his granddaughters and earned the moniker of "baby whisperer" for his ability to calm and comfort them as infants. As they grew, he enjoyed reading and building Legos with them. Art is survived by his wife, Gail; his daughters, Pam (Steve) Avenell of Woodinville, WA and Kristy (John) Jurchen of Seward, NE; his granddaughters, Miranda and Violette Avenell and Bethany and Naomi Jurchen; his mother, Evelyn Clarke; his brothers, William, Timothy, and Charles Clarke; his sister, Artelyn Harris; his uncle, John Clarke; his aunt, Dorothy Grinstead; and many nieces, nephews, and cousins. He was predeceased by his father, Arthur Clarke Jr., and several aunts, uncles, and cousins. Two memorial services will be held: September 16 at 4 PM at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church in Seward, NE, and December 16 at 2 PM at St. Anselm's Episcopal Church in Lafayette, CA. Art will be interred in the St. Anselm's columbarium. In lieu of flowers, the family encourages memorial donations to one of the following: Concordia University, Nebraska, in support of the Science Dept. 800 N. Columbia Ave., Seward, NE 68434. http://www.cune.edu Walnut Creek Education Foundation. 960 Ygnacio Valley Rd, Walnut Creek, CA 94596. http://wcefk12.org St. Anselm's Episcopal Church Building Fund. 682 Michael Ln., Lafayette, CA 94549. View the online memorial for Arthur M. Clarke III
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Published in East Bay Times on Sept. 22, 2017
Claunch, Robert Allan  
Robert Allan Claunch Robert "Bob" Allan Claunch passed away on August 18, 2017, at the age of 55. Bob was born in Lakeport, California, on October 29, 1961, and lived his entire life in Lucerne, California, except for his four years of service in the US Air Force. Bob is preceded in death by his father and mother, Elmer and Agnes Claunch; sister, Cindy Claunch; nephew, James Stith; nephew, Kevin Merchen; niece, Laura Merchen; and great-niece, Rebecca Newcomb. Bob is survived by his four sisters, Sharon Stith (Jerry), Elaine Merchen (Joe), Lynda Lloyd (Mike), and Betty Burry (Chris). He is also survived by numerous nephews, nieces, and great-nephews and great-nieces. Bob was very close to his sisters and their families. His greatest source of joy was the many family gatherings over the years. Bob's presence will be greatly missed, and he will forever be with us in spirit. God Bless you, Bob. Share your memories by signing the guest book at www.legacy.com .
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Published in Lake County Record-Bee from Sept. 16 to Sept. 22, 2017
DeNatale, Joseph Anthony  
Joseph Anthony DeNatale Passed away peacefully August 31, 2017 in Terra Linda California. He was born in Brooklyn New York on August 22, 1928. He was 89. His parents, Anthony DeNatale and Yolanda Tringali, had immigrated to New York from Sicily. With his older brother Frank, his grandparents, Giuseppe and Domenica Tringali, and his aunts and uncle, they moved to San Francisco. In the 1930's the family all lived together in an apartment on Greenwich Street in North Beach. Later in life, Joe, who also went by the name "Sonny", would tell stories of the trials and beauty of growing up in the city during the Depression. They kept a vegetable garden in the backyard, a chicken coop and a rabbit hutch. His grandparents were a great influence on his life. His mother Yolanda, a seamstress, made their clothes and always dressed Joe and his brother well. "There's no crime in looking your best." she would say. This attention to aesthetic and self would not be lost on them. In an effort to help his family, Joe's first job was as a paperboy for the SF Chronicle. He saved enough to buy his uncle's bike and expand his route. He surfaced as someone reliable and honest, running errands and gems for the local jewelers. Joe had fond memories of the neighborhood friends that would meet regularly at the corner of Jones St. and Greenwich and in later years at the Italian American Club, referring to themselves as the "Jones St. Gang". Joe graduated from Galileo High School and went on to work in the SF meat industry, as a butcher. He served in the Army at the SF Presidio Base during the Korean War as head cook. Joe tended bar at a nightclub called the Black Hawk. The venue was the premier west coast destination for many jazz greats. Seeing them perform had a great effect on him. One night his friend, the boxer Jesse Flores, introduced Joe to his sister Mary. She would go on to become the love of Joe's life. In 1956 Joe and Mary moved with their 3 children to Terra Linda into a newly built Eichler home. The house was a source of pride and through the years turned Joe into a jack of all trades. In the early 1960's Joe became co-owner of the original Ondine, a world class French restaurant in Sausalito. He developed wonderful relationships with a wide variety of celebrities, sport figures, politicians and writers. He was charismatic, easy to talk to and handsome. After spotting Joe, columnist Herb Caen once asked his readers if that was the actor Jeff Chandler, or Tyrone Power moonlighting at the famous establishment. One day Joe purchased a shipwrecked motorboat and inside his garage, tirelessly restored it into a thing of beauty. Fishing trips, summers teaching friends and family to ski (he was the best), swimming and picnicking on the lake, throughout his life Joe loved water. He became an avid abalone diver in Jenner CA. He also loved to hunt ducks and geese (was rarely seen without one of his beloved yellow Labradors) and as an exceptional cook, he seemed to instinctually know how to take a wild bounty and bring it to the table exquisitely prepared. Joe and Mary loved music. They liked playing along to Latin Jazz records in the evening, Joe on bongos Mary on Congas, and they encouraged their children to join in. Often turning the living room into a raucous mix of laughter and rhythm. They loved Cal Tjader and developed a lasting friendship with him. When he would play the El Matador, he would invite Joe to sit in. Joe would beam about it the next morning. He was never one to brag or boast. He left that to the ones who loved him. Neither was he one to talk ill of others. He loved baseball and the Oakland A's. The rise and fall of the game, the faith and doubt that comes with every pitch and that you just never know what can happen. In his last years Joe kept his vegetable garden, read the paper and he walked. He swam when the weather was warm and then he watched the game. He felt loved by his children. His daughters Lori and Linda, cooked his favorite meals and cared for him in his final days. He will be sorely missed by the family he loved; his daughter Lori and her husband Edmund Watson, daughter Linda Rapp, son Ricardo (Jesse) DeNatale, his grand-children, Jesse and Joe Watson, Katrina Rapp, Natasha and Jason Figueroa, Scout DeNatale and Kurtis Reed and Lucinda DeNatale, and his great grandchildren Crimson and Tatum Figueroa and Jesse and Knoxville Reed. He also leaves behind his loving family members, Norma Tringali, Steve Scarpa, Donna Gates, Jay DeNatale, Stacy and Jim Baldazari, Jeff and Brenda DeNatale and dear friend Bob Chiaco. Let the fog horns blow and the brooms take rest. You did your best you did your best Was not one day that did go by That something good you did not try
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Published in Marin Independent Journal on Sept. 22, 2017
Dominguez, Rufus  
In Loving Memory RUFUS DOMINGUEZ MAY 21, 1945 - SEPTEMBER 22, 2016 Brother, missing you every day. Always in our hearts. Your "favorite sister", Rachel Porras and your Bro. Fred. View the online memorial for RUFUS DOMINGUEZ
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Published in San Jose Mercury News/San Mateo County Times on Sept. 22, 2017
Doty, Robert (Featured)  
Robert Clayton Doty Robert Doty, age 62, died on Tuesday, August 22, 2017 at his home in Cerritos surrounded by his fiance Sonia (Sunny) Bartley and his stepson, Mark and stepdaughter, Lynn. He was born April 21, 1955 in Kansas to Farnk and Geraldine Doty and was the eldest of three children. Bob was married to Liz Williams and together, they had two daughters, Porscha and Kathleen. Bob is survived by his brother, Michael; sister, Debbie Lasell; niece, Jessica; daughters, Porscha and Kathleen (Krinke) and granddaughter, Addyson. He is also survived by stepchildren, grandchildren and great grandchildren. Bob loved to ride his motorcycle, go fishing, play guitar and sing karaoke. He worked at LA County Sanitation District for over 35 years and retired 5 years ago. Bob was a longtime member of Fullerton Elks Lodge, Loyal Order of the Moose, Moose Legion and Mooseriders. A memorial and celebration will be held on Saturday, September 23, 2017 at 3pm at the Bellflower Moose Lodge, 9320 Alondra Blvd (562) 867-3066 Please sign the guestbook at www.presstelegram.com/obits
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Published in the Long Beach Press-Telegram on Sept. 22, 2017
ENDICOTT-PORTER, MARY ANN  
MARY ANN ENDICOTT-PORTER September 12, 1933 ~ September 18, 2017 Mary Ann passed away after an extended illness. She was born in Red Bluff Sept 12, 1933, having just celebrated her 84th Birthday. She attended Richfield Elementary and Corning Union High. After her marriage to Tom Porter in 1951 they relocated to Ventura, CA. After living there a number of years she returned Northern Ca. having made her home in Red Bluff and Corning. Mary Ann is survived by her two children, Cindy Davison and Mark Porter. Between them she has 4 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren. She is also survived by her two brothers, sister, brother-in-law and several nieces and nephews. Her life was devoted to being a prayer warrior for all of her family and friends, bringing comfort and love to all. She will be greatly missed. Graveside services will be held in Corning at Sunset Hills Cemetery at 11:00 a.m. October 7, 2017.
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Published in Daily News on Sept. 22, 2017
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