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Logan, Betty A.  
Jan. 18, 1951 - March 11, 2017 Betty A. Logan, 66, of Woodland, passed away after a lengthy illness. She was born in Sacramento. Survived by her husband of 23 years, Richard Logan; children, Alystta Williams and Jennifer Logan; brother, Earl (Leonila) Johnson; sister, Shirley Love, and three grandchildren. Memorial services are pending.
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Published in Daily Democrat on Mar. 23, 2017
M.c., Sr. Mary Asha (Frances Chew)  
Sr. Mary Asha M.C. (Frances Chew) 1945 ~ 2017 Carmel, CA Frances Marie Therese Chew, Sister Mary Asha M.C., died at home on March 18, 2017 at 71. Born in 1945 in Los Angeles, daughter of Thomas and Joan Chew, granddaughter of General Wu-Lu-Chen, a founding father of the Republic of China. She earned her B.A. at Mills College and went on to Yale where she earned a PhD in French Studies. She spoke 6 languages and was an expert in Chinese Art. Like her mother she was athletically inclined, a champion ping-pong player able to play left or right handed or with both at the same time. She then joined the Missionaries of Charity, did her novitiate in Rome, and served the Missionaries in Haiti until returning to Carmel to take care of her mother and run the China Art Center. Her funeral will be Saturday, March 25, 2017 at 11:00am at the Carmel Mission Basilica. A reception will be held at Crespi Hall. There will be a viewing at Mission Mortuary Friday, March 24th from 5:00-7:00pm with a rosary at 6:00pm. View the online memorial for Sr. Mary Asha M.C. (Frances Chew)
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Published in The Monterey Herald on Mar. 23, 2017
Malone, Miller B.  
Miller B. Malone Resident of Oakland Entered into eternal rest on Thursday, 3/16/17 in Vallejo, CA. Public Viewing will be held at Fouche's Hudson Funeral Home, 3665 Telegrah Ave., Oakland, CA on Thursday, 3/23/17 from 11am-6:15 pm followed by a Quiet Hour from 6:30-7:30pm. A Funeral Service will be held on Friday 3/24/17 in Fouche's "Chapel of Peace" at 11 am. Interment will be held at Sacramento Valley VA National Cemetery, 5810 Midway Rd., Dixon, CA. Funeral Arrangements have been entrusted to: Fouche's Hudson Funeral Home, FD 443 (510) 654-8558
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Published in East Bay Times on Mar. 23, 2017
Martin, Antone Manuel  
ANTONE "TONY" MANUEL MARTIN 09/12/1920 - 03/20/2017 Tony was born September 12th 1920 to John and Maria Martin in the family farmhouse on Grant Union Road in Ferndale California. Tony was the seventh born of nine Martin children, all of whom grew up as farm kids milking cows by hand. Tony attended Grant Union Grammar School. He worked for many different dairies after leaving the family ranch. At some point in his teenage years he discovered boxing. He was a Golden Gloves Boxer for several years. He also bartended at the Village Inn various times over the years. November 28th 1944 he married the love of his life Marguerite Claire Newman. As much as he loved Grandma, he was almost late for their wedding because he had to finish waxing his car!! This union led to so many years of great times and friends. Life was great, the following year came their first blessing, their son Frederick Antone. They lived on their ranch on Kelly Lane off Coffee Creek Road in Ferndale. Grampa started working at Pacific Lumber Company in Scotia in 1962 and the family moved into town in Ferndale. During this time Grandma had the dress store on Main Street. In 1971 they moved to Fortuna where they stayed. In 1970 they were blessed with the daughter they never had when Fred married Judy Kay O'Connell. The blessings continued with the birth of three granddaughters Heather, Jessica and Nicole. The proud Grampa that he was, he was involved in just about every facet of "his girls" lives, from tee ball to teaching them how to drive. The blessings continued when two Great Granddaughters, Kendra and Lexi were born to Nikki and husband Mark Miranda. In 1984 he retired from PL, he and Marguerite then traveled all over the United States with the Good Sam RV group they belonged to. So many wonderful and lifelong friends and memories were made throughout his long 96 years of living life to the fullest! Tony was preceded in death by his parents John and Maria, sisters and their spouses- Mary (Manuel) Toste, Emily (Manuel) Lema, Gertrude (Van) Smith, Evelyn (Ed) Giacomini and brothers John and Joseph. Tony is survived by his wife of 72 years Marguerite, their son and daughter-in-law Fred and Judy, his granddaughters Heather (James), Jessica (Kris), Nikki (Mark) and their girls Kendra and Lexi Miranda. Numerous Nieces, Nephews and Cousins all who were so special to him. Also, his second family Ray and Cathy Schulz, Ray was like a son to him. There will be a celebration of life, Thursday, March 23rd from 1-4 at the Ferndale Veterans Memorial Building. All friends and family are invited to share in this celebration. Please bring your favorite stories and memories of Tony. Please sign the guestbook at www.times-standard.com
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Published in Eureka Times-Standard from Mar. 22 to Mar. 23, 2017
Mibeck, Genevieve Anne  
Genevieve Anne Mibeck Genevieve Anne Mibeck of Oceanside, California passed into eternity on March 18, 2017. Born on May 31, 1924, in Dayton, Minnesota, to Joseph "Bonhomme" and Louise Goodin, Genevieve was a successful military wife, homemaker, real estate salesperson and office manager. Upon her husband's retirement from military service, she settled in the Long Beach area, managed his optometric office, and was active, along with him, in the Cypress Rotary Club. Upon the sale of his practice, they resettled to Oceanside. Genevieve was predeceased by her husband, Albert, and her son, Bruce. She is survived by her daughter, Renee Mibeck, son, Bryce, longtime companion Sean O'Dwyer, 10 grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren. Viewing and visitation are scheduled for Wednesday, April 5, 2017 between 5 and 8 PM and memorial service on Thursday, April 6, 2017 at 9:00 AM, both at Eternal Hills Mortuary, 1999 El Camino Real, Oceanside, CA, with interment at 2:01 PM at Riverside National Cemetery, located at 42295 Van Buren Blvd., Riverside, CA. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in her name to the American Cancer Society. Please sign the guest book at www.presstelegram.com/obits .
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Published in the Long Beach Press-Telegram on Mar. 23, 2017
Mortenson, Jack Robert  
Jack Robert Mortenson March 24, 1921 ~ March 17, 2017 Resident of Clayton, CA Jack passed away in Walnut Creek following a long illness. He was 95 years of age. He was born in Grandview, WA to Margaret and Jack P. Mortenson. He was the oldest of their four sons. He attended Lincoln High School there and graduated as salutatorian in 1939. Following high school, he attended Princeton University. Jack served in the military as a flight instructor in B-25's from 1942 to 1945. He met and married Doris Ruth Augustus on March 26, 1944. This was the beginning of almost 73 years of marriage. Jack and Doris returned to Princeton, NJ where he completed his degree in Mechanical Engineering in 1947. He worked at oil refineries in NJ for a time, but returned to California in 1951. He spent twenty years in engineering, Maintenance and administration for the Union Oil Co. and became a manager of Union Oil refineries in Los Angeles and Joliet, IL. After retiring to Eugene, OR for a few years, Jack returned to California to work as manager of Clean Bay where he made productive use of his professional experience for prevention and effective cleanup of oil spills. He felt that this was a way to be of service to the community. Jack had a lifelong interest in the Lutheran Church and as an active member of Holy Cross Lutheran Church in Concord, CA especially enjoyed teaching Sunday Bible classes for many years. Jack and Doris had 10 children. One son, died in infancy. Jack is survived by nine children, seventeen grandchildren and twelve great grandchildren. To honor Jack, a memorial service will be held at Holy Cross Lutheran Church, 1902 Alberta Way, Concord, CA 94521. A reception at the church will follow. The family requests donations be made to The Holy Cross Lutheran Church, Doctors Without Borders www.doctorswithoutborders or the Firefighters Burn Institute, 3101 Stockton Blvd., Sacramento, CA. 95820. View the online memorial for Jack Robert Mortenson
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Published in East Bay Times on Mar. 23, 2017
MURLEY, HOWARD GORDON  
HOWARD GORDON MURLEY June 21, 1930 - March 11, 2017 Gordon peacefully passed away Saturday, March 11th. A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, April 1, 2017, 11:00 a.m., at the American Legion Post 826, located at 5320 Fallbrook Ave./Ventura Blvd., Woodland Hills, CA 91367. In lieu of flowers, you may make memorial donations to the American Legion Post 826, PO Box 189, Woodland Hills, CA 91365 or The Valley Womens Center, 22110 Roscoe Blvd., Suite 204, Canoga Park, CA 91304. Phone 818-713-8700, www.Valleywomenscenter.com Dearest Gordon, You are loved, missed and in our hearts forever. Wife Silvia, sister Norma Jean and cousins.
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Published in Los Angeles Daily News on Mar. 23, 2017
Nestlerode Sr., Malchus A.  
Malchus Ardo Nestlerode, Sr. Malchus "Mal" Nestlerode of Everett, WA, died on March 17, 2017 in Snohomish, WA. He was born on April 29, 1927 at his childhood home in Charleroi, a small town outside of Pittsburgh, PA, to Ira Lewis and Mary Jane (Kiefer) Nestlerode. He was the youngest of eight children. His first job was as a news carrier for The Valley Independent in Charleroi. A WWII veteran, he served in the US Army's 1st Infantry Division ("The Big Red One") as Sergeant Major of Personnel in Germany and Austria. At the age of 19, while stationed in Salzburg, he met a Polish girl, Gienia (Jean), at a USO dance. It was love at first sight. They married in Vienna in December 1946, moved back home to Charleroi and were blessed with two children (Laura and Malchus Jr). In 1950 they moved to Los Angeles and had four more children (Thomas, Gloria, Mary, and James). In California, Mal began his career in Finance as a State Credit Union Examiner. He worked passionately to advocate for the nascent Federal Credit Union movement. As one of the founding members of the National Association of Federally-Insured Credit Unions (NAFCU), he served as its Treasurer for 13 years. In 1981, he moved to Washington DC to accept his post as NAFCU's Executive Vice President. He excelled at public speaking, always including humor along with the numbers. This served him well in his role lobbying and testifying before Congress on behalf of credit unions. Over his illustrious 55-year career he served as a Supervisory Federal Credit Union Examiner with the Bureau of Federal Credit Unions, the predecessor to the Credit Union National Association (CUNA). He was formally active with the California Credit Union League, the Credit Union Managers Society, the Aero Space Credit Union Conference, and the National Management Association. He served as Director of three Federal credit unions, President/CEO of IBM Manassas (now Synergy) in Virginia, and CCI-Marquardt in California. In fact, one of his prized possessions was his 25-year gold watch from Marquardt that he proudly wore for over 35 years. After his "first" retirement, he continued to work as a consultant for other credit unions, including Marriott Employee's FCU in Maryland. Jean finally convinced Mal to "really" retire at the age of 70, and they moved to Everett in 1997 to be closer to their four grandchildren (Jackie, Ursula, Connor, and Ian). During retirement, he remained active in the community, serving over 15 years as usher and collection counter at St. Mary Magdalen, and as a member of the Knights of Columbus and the American Legion. In addition to playing in golf tournaments and volunteering at PGA tournaments, he still found time to serve on the Board of Directors for a local credit union in Everett. Mal loved golf, and he enjoyed watching his favorites on TV, even up to his last days. He was always a sports fan, and loved watching his favorite rival teams the Steelers and the Seahawks, the Pirates and the Mariners. He was a huge Dodgers, Rams and Redskins fan too. People will remember Mal as a funny, smart, friendly man. His kids will cherish the memories of long summer vacations spent driving to NAFCU conventions across the U.S. We'll smile at his devotion to his dogs, his homes, and his cars. We will never forget his smiling face, and will miss his wry sense of humor and corny jokes. He is survived by his daughters, son, grandchildren, and sister Gisella, and many beloved nieces and nephews and their children. We know that he will be watching over us in Heaven, reunited with our brothers, Mal Jr. and Thomas, and our Mom, Jean, the love of his life. A visitation will be held from noon to 4pm on Wednesday, March 22, at Solie Funeral Home in Everett. The Funeral Mass will be held at 10am on Thursday, March 23 at St. Mary Magdalen in Everett. He will be laid to rest at 11am on Saturday, March 25 at San Fernando Mission Cemetery in CA, next to his beloved wife and sons. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests making a donation in Mal's honor to St. Vincent de Paul, Catholic Community Services of Snohomish County, or the Alzheimer's Association.
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Published in Los Angeles Daily News on Mar. 23, 2017
Norris, Richard  
Our loving, kind, and patient husband, father, and grandfather, Richard Norris passed peacefully on February 17, 2017 at the age of 74. He will be missed greatly by his wife Sharon (Houx) of 51 years and his children: Bryon (Michelle), Grant (Tammy), Keith, Jared (Lani), Tricia (Chris), and Sarah. Also he will be missed his twenty-one grandchildren and his brother Ken. Graveside services will be held in Willits, CA Friday, February 24, 2017 at 1:00 p.m. at the Little Lake Cemetery.
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Published in Willits News from Feb. 23 to Mar. 23, 2017
Oshiro, Yemiko Amy  
Yemiko Amy Oshiro Yemiko Amy Oshiro passed away at the age of 81. Amy was born in Los Angeles and was a long-time resident of Torrance. She is survived by her husband of 60 years, Fred Oshiro; sons Robert (Lori), Steve (Mabel) and Thomas (Roslynn); grandson, Keith; step-grandson, Jeffrey Patton; step-granddaughter, Jennifer (Stephen) Nagy; brother, Hajime (Joyce) Uyehara; and many other relatives. Memorial services celebrating Amy's life will be held on Friday, March 24, 2017, at 11 a.m. at Faith United Methodist Church, 2115 W. 182nd St., Torrance. Attire is casual. A private family burial service was held at Green Hills Memorial Park on March 10, 2017. Please sign the guest book at www.dailybreeze.com/obits .
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Published in Daily Breeze from Mar. 21 to Mar. 23, 2017
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