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Brier, Juanita  
Juanita Louise McKinney Brier 1930 - 2017 Passed away in Loma Linda, CA February 14, 2017 at the age of 86. She was born in Skiatook, OK on October 11,1930. Juanita attended Redlands Schools and lived most of her life in Redlands. She was married to her husband Charles H. Brier for 70 years, the love of her life. Juanita retired from First American Title Company, San Bernardino, in 1987. She spent her retirement years traveling with her husband and spending time with her children and grandchildren. She is survived by her children Sherry Crawford of Shawnee, OK, Garry Brier and wife Cathy of Grand Terrace, CA, Linda Kriwanek and husband Steve of Shawnee, OK and Ken Brier and wife Patty of Eastpointe, Ml. Also 14 grandchildren, 28 great-grandchildren and 1 great-great granddaughter. Also her sisters Virginia Dennings of Madera, CA and Phyllis Rodriguez of Tracy, CA and numerous nieces and nephews. She is preceded in death by her Father, Leslie McKinney, Mother, Alma Young and Two Brothers Calvin McKinney and Harley McKinney. The funeral service will be held Saturday, February 18, 2017 at Montecito Memorial Park, 3520 E. Washington St. Colton, CA 92324 at 4:00 p.m. Visitation will be from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
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Published in San Bernardino Sun on Feb. 18, 2017
Cartwright, Laura  
Cartwright, Laura Virginia March 2, 1927 - November 17, 2016 On November 17, 2016, Our Mother, Laura Virginia Cartwright passed away peacefully with her son Bob by her side in Upland, CA. Virginia as she was known was born to her Parents; Luther E. Wright and Pauline S. Wright in Los Angeles, California on March 2, 1927. Virginia is survived by her, sister, Clara P. Thie of Malibu Ca, three sons: Charles D.; Loma Linda, CA, Robert D.; Chino.CA , and Mark D.; Flagstaff, AZ. She will now join her deceased, 3rd son in Heaven, Michael L. Virginia, spent her childhood years in Pasadena where she also attended school. In the year 1946, At USO dance event at Green Hotel, in Pasadena, she met her only husband Cecil Donald Cartwright. They raised 4 sons together in Covina and Hacienda Heights, CA, they were divorced in 1980. Her lifetime ambition was to be a loving wife and mother of her 4 boy's She was a woman of loveliness and self-assurance always was a celebrant of life, loved to entertain, to be a chef for the gathering of friends and family. Her family came first in her life. She was always a task seeker, known for organizing school carnivals, attending field trips, running the Little League Snack Bar being the president of the PTA, shuttling her kid's to various sporting practices and events, being a nurse and mentor to her sons, spending time with her four grandchildren and four great-grandchildren, along with her nephew's and niece's For now, Mother Nature has gone full circle. Mom you will be truly missed, we love you dearly. A celebration of life will take place in Chino on March 4, 2017 at 2:00 PM
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Published in San Gabriel Valley Tribune on Feb. 18, 2017
Chitwood, Helen Blanche  
Helen Blanche Chitwood Helen Blanche Chitwood passed away January 13, 2017 after an extended illness. Her family would like to invite friends and family to a Graveside Memorial at Green Hills Mortuary, 27501 S. Western Ave. Rancho Palos Verdes on Sunday, February 19th with a reception at Marsha Robert's home on Regent Ave. in Lomita. For further information, please contact daughter, Connie, at bclobo@suddenlink.net. Please sign the guest book at www.dailybreeze.com/obits .
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Published in Daily Breeze from Feb. 12 to Feb. 18, 2017
Coelho, Shannon Marie (Zinn)  
Shannon Marie Coelho (nee Zinn) Jan. 14, 1972 - Feb. 5, 2017 Resident of Livermore Shannon Marie Coelho (nee Zinn), 45, passed away on February 5 at home in Livermore with her family at her side. She showed so much strength and courage during her 2 ½ year battle with colon cancer and left a lasting impression with the grace she displayed and inspiration she provided to many during the journey. Shannon was born in Santa Clara and spent much of her childhood and teen years living with her family in the Santa Cruz Mountains. She graduated from Los Gatos High School in 1990 and from San Jose State in 1995, where she was a proud member of Alpha Phi Sorority. Her professional life began with Service America at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose. She later joined the Human Resources staff at Data Broadcasting Corporation in Hayward and then moved on to work in Human Resources, Recruiting, and Talent Programs at the corporate office of Robert Half in Pleasanton, then later San Ramon, where she spent the last 16+ years. Her friendly nature and fun personality were a perfect match for her 6'0" tall, thin frame. She spoke so often about how lucky she was to have wonderful friends and family in her life. She was pure joy. Shannon and her husband Darren met while attending San Jose State and were married in Milpitas in 1998. They moved a year later from Union City to their first home in the Springtown portion of Livermore. In 2007, they made their way across town to the Sunset East part of Livermore where the Coelho Family still resides. Shannon is survived by husband Darren, twin children - son Jackson and daughter Madison, mother Vickie Talbot (Floyd) of Elk Grove, and sister Heather Zinn of San Francisco. A Celebration of Life will take place at Crosswinds Church, 1660 Freisman Rd., Pleasanton, on Thursday, February 23, at 11:00AM. A reception will immediately follow at a location to be shared with those in attendance. In lieu of flowers, please make donations in Shannon's memory to an organization close to her heart: KICK cancER, which helps families with cancer improve well-being and quality of life. Please visit kickcancermovement.org or send by mail to: KICK cancER Movement, in memory of Shannon Coelho, 1501 Kylynn Ct., Mt. Shasta, CA, 96067. View the online memorial for Shannon Marie Coelho (nee Zinn)
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Published in East Bay Times on Feb. 18, 2017
Coleman, Janet Louise  
Janet Louise Coleman Janet Louise Coleman was born October 30, 1945 in Loma Linda, CA to Ben and Margie Cowden. She grew up in San Bernardino and Colton, CA and graduated from Colton High School and later attended San Bernardino Valley College and Los Angeles Baptist College and Seminary. Janet was joyfully married to William Elwin Coleman for 52 years, most of them spent in Grand Terrace, CA. Janet was the proud mother of two children: Kenneth Coleman and William Coleman. Janet devoted her life to her family and friends, all in faithful service to her Lord Jesus Christ. Janet partnered with her husband in the family business for thirty years in addition to owning her own interior design firm. Janet is survived by her husband, two children, and five grandchildren: Nicolas Coleman; and Samantha, William, Kate and Owen Coleman. Janet has been in the presence of her Savior and Great Hope since February 16, 2017. Job 1:21 "The Lord gave and the Lord has taken away; may the name of the Lord be praised." Services will held at Montecito Memorial Park and Mortuary in Loma Linda, CA on Friday, February 24, 2017 at 1:00 PM.
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Published in San Bernardino Sun on Feb. 18, 2017
Comolli, Delia Catherine  
Delia Catherine Comolli Two weeks shy of her 96th trip around the sun, Dee passed away peacefully late in the evening of Friday, February 3rd. Born on February 25, 1921 in Reedley, California to parents Alberto and Teresa Musso, who had immigrated from Italy in 1914. The Musso family later picked up their roots and moved north to San Francisco, living first in North Beach followed by a move to the Marina District. Dee's childhood was filled with memories ranging from watching a young Joe DiMaggio play baseball, weekend jaunts to Playland-at-the-Beach, and 50 cent movies at the Alhambra Theater with her brother and sisters. Her deep Catholic faith played an instrumental role in Dee's upbringing and is one that lasted throughout her entire life. She attended Presentation Convent School continuing on to Presentation Academy High School. After World War II, the family moved to Marin County where Dee would spend the remainder of her life. After a trip to Italy in 1948, her brother Joe brought by his old, childhood friendaccordion playing, Wells Fargo banker, rascal named Evio Comolli, who Dee had known since childhood, and the two were married in 1950. They weren't a married couple for very long before they welcomed twin children Al and Anna in November 1952. Dee's life in Marin was centered on family. Whether it was family gatherings or trips back to Italy, Dee prided herself on her family and instilled that in her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. Dee was predeceased by her beloved husband Evio, her sister Marie (Frank) Pierotti, her sister Amelia (Al) Barghini, and her brother Joe (Louise) Musso. She is survived by her children, Al (Joanne) Comolli, and Anna (Ed) Tredinnick, her four grandchildren, Greg (Anne) Comolli, Dominic (Erin) Comolli, Alexandra (Dan) Mallegni, and Amanda Tredinnick. Dee is also survived by seven great grandchildren . . . and continuing the tradition, two sets of twins; Connor, Katherine and Charley Comolli, Jack and Colette Mallegni, and Madison and Mason Comolli; nieces and nephews Nancy and Larry (Judy) Barghini, Marylouise (John) Seratto, Joseph (Nancy) Musso, her dear friend and cousin, Mary Pieretti, and countless relatives in Busca, Arcisate and Varese, Italy. Our family could not be more grateful that up until her final hours, Dee lived an independent life in San Rafael. A voracious reader, she could engage in any conversation on any topic and was able to attend all family celebrations. Our family is most grateful to Dee's caregivers, Naomi, Taufa, Alisi and Mary who provided her comfort, support and dignified care during these past few months. While she lived a full life, our hearts are broken that our family has lost its most elegant and gracious matriarch. We take solace in knowing that she is at long last reunited with Evio, dancing to the sweet sounds of his beloved accordion. A memorial mass in her honor will be celebrated on Friday, February 24th at 11:00am at St. Anselm's Catholic Church, 97 Shady Lane, Ross, CA. Donations may be made to a charity of your choice. Assisted by Monte's Chapel of the Hills, San Anselmo
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Published in Marin Independent Journal on Feb. 18, 2017
Espinoza, Mark Timothy  
June, 27, 1963 - Feb. 11, 2017 Mark Timothy Espinoza loving husband, devoted father and grandfather passed away on Feb. 11. Mark was born on June 27, 1963 in Auburn, CA and graduated from Vintage High School in Napa. He is survived by his wife of 31 years, Emma Espinoza; daughters, Natalie and Melissa; grandson, Alexander; father, John; brothers, Greg (Karen), Rob (Laura) and Scott (Jennifer). He is preceded in death by his mother, Janis Espinoza. Mark has extended family in Auburn, San Francisco Bay Area, Southern CA, Washington, Arizona and Texas. Mark enjoyed playing golf, barbecuing, listening to music, watching movies and being around his family and friends. Mark had fond memories of growing up in Auburn and will be laid to rest there. Visitation will be held at Chapel of the Hills, 1331 Lincoln Way, Auburn, Thursday, Feb. 23, from 4 to 6 p.m., followed by a rosary. Funeral service will be held at St. Josephs Catholic Church, 1162 Lincoln Way, Auburn beginning at 10 a.m., Friday, Feb. 24, followed by interment at the New Auburn Cemetery, 1040 Collins Drive. A celebration of life reception will be held at the Holiday Inn, 120 Grass Valley Hwy., Auburn. Online condolences can be offered on the Chapel of the Hills web site at obits.dignitymemorial.com .
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Published in TimesHeraldOnline on Feb. 18, 2017
Evangelista, Gaudioso Bayani  
Oct. 28, 1917 - Feb. 14, 2017 Gaudioso Bayani Evangelista, 99, a World War II veteran and retired auditor, died of natural causes on Tuesday at Marin General Hospital. A native of the Philippines, Mr. Evangelista was a resident of Novato Healthcare Center for 13 years. Before that, he had lived in Vallejo since 1986. During the war, he served in the Philippine Commonwealth Army-United States Army Forces in the Far East, attaining the rank of captain. He survived the Bataan Death March. After the war, he served in the Reserve Officers Corps of the Armed Forces of the Philippines while working as a government auditor and attained the rank of lieutenant colonel before he retired. He also was a former president of the American Legion Post 550 in Vallejo. His family remembers him as a lifelong learner and teacher, and a generous and thoughtful man. He enjoyed reading, writing, poetry and chess, and watching the Giants and the Warriors. He was preceded in death by his loving wife, Gliceria Potenciano Evangelista, in 2004. Mr. Evangelista is survived by four children, Celestina (Victor) Sumagaysay of Vallejo, Lily (Adel) Jamir of Houston, and Perfecto (Sheridan) Evangelista and Patricio (Prescy) Evangelista of the Philippines. He is also survived by 11 grandchildren, Levi Sumagaysay, Vicel Meyer, Glicel Sumagaysay, Joan Sumagaysay, Aileen Duong, Allan Jamir, Paula Evangelista, Gavi Evangelista, Carlo Evangelista, Cecilia Mellon and Eric Evangelista. He leaves behind 10 great-grandchildren, Devon, Eva, Sofie, Khloe, Clark, Annaliese, Andrei, Athena, Therese and Miguel. His parents, Perfecto and Paula (Banzon) Evangelista; daughter, Eva and siblings, Noni Guzman, Diomedes Evangelista, Amparo Imperial, Quirico Evangelista, Dalisay Ramos, Cipriano Evangelista and Ciony Tayag preceded him in death. He was also preceded in death by grandsons, Alvin and Arnold Jamir. The viewing will be 9 to 11 a.m., Monday, Feb. 20 at St. Vincent's Catholic Church in Vallejo, followed by a funeral mass at 11 a.m.
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Published in TimesHeraldOnline on Feb. 18, 2017
Evans, Dean  
In Loving Memory Dean Evans Apr. 5, 1939 ~ Feb. 18, 2008 9 Years without you missing you every moment of every day View the online memorial for Dean Evans
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Published in East Bay Times on Feb. 18, 2017
Franklin, Joe W.  
Feb. 21, 1938 - Feb. 13, 2017 Joe W. "Bill" Franklin, born in Macon, GA, passed away on Feb. 13. He is survived by Carolyn Sue Franklin of Vallejo, CA. Services will be held at Victory Church of Deliverance, 316 Virginia St., Vallejo, on Tuesday, Feb. 21, at 11 a.m. Funeral services are under the direction of Fuller Funeral Home, 3100 Cutting Blvd, Richmond, CA. Services officiated by Pastor Rodney Leggett.
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Published in TimesHeraldOnline on Feb. 18, 2017
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