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Schwarz, Wayne  
Wayne Schwarz Oct 10, 1934 - Dec 10, 2014 Resident of Sunnyvale Wayne was born on October 10, 1934 in San Jose to Ted and Myrno Schwarz. He passed away suddenly on December 10 in Sunnyvale. He worked for 35 years at Lockheed. He is survived by his loving wife, Dolores; his children, Barbie Hill (Perry) of Independence, MO; grandchildren, Harley, and Cooper; his sister, Beverly Anderson of Medford, OR; his nieces, Kathy Jenkins (Truman) of Medford, OR, and Karen Magnuson (Mike) of Greenville, CA; his nephew, Eric Anderson (Tammy) of Ashland, OR; and his great-niece, Micheala. Visitation will be held on Monday, December 22 from 10am to 12pm with a service to follow at 12pm at the Lincoln Glen Church, 2700 Booksin Ave, San Jose. In lieu of flowers please make donations in his name to the YMCA.
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Published in San Jose Mercury News/San Mateo County Times on Dec. 14, 2014
Scoble, Michael  
Michael Scoble Dec. 17, 2014 Resident of Berkeley Loving father of Justin; loving brother of Edward & Matthew; loving companion of Lulu. Michael, we will miss you greatly.
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Published in Inside Bay Area on Dec. 21, 2014
Scolaro, Dominic C.  
July 13, 1929 - Dec 15, 2014 Dominic "Dom" passed away on Dec. 15, 2014 at the UCSF hospital. Dom was born on July 14, 1929 in Bordentwon, NJ. He earned his BS from University of Maryland and enlisted in the USAF where he served as hospital adminstrator during his 24 years of service. He retired as full bird colonel in 1976. His second career began at the Fairfield clinic which then became the Fairfield Medical Arts Center where he was the business administrator for over 20 years. Dom is survived by his loving wife, Mary; son and daughter in law, Michael and Coni Scolaro; daughter, Donna Scolaro, and granddaughter, Crestina Scolaro. Visitation will be held from 5 to 7 p.m., Monday, Dec. 22 at Bryan-Braker Funeral Home, 1850 Texas St., Fairfield. Services will be held at 12 p.m., Tuesday, Dec. 23 at St. Josesphs Church, 1791 Marshall Road, Vacaville. Immediately following servcie a committal will be held at 1:30 p.m., at Rockville Cemetery, 4219 Rockville Road, Fairfield. Flowers may be sent to Bryan Braker Funeral Home or in lieu of flowers donations can be made to Wounded Warrior Project, woundedwarriorproject.org/wwp . Arrangements under the care of Bryan Braker Funeral Home, www.bryanbraker.com .
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Published in The Reporter on Dec. 20, 2014
Scruggs, Geneva  
Oct. 15, 1922 - Dec. 11, 2014 Geneva Miller Scruggs passed away peacefully at Kaiser Hospital on Dec. 11, at the age of 92, surrounded by close family members. Her husband, Johnny Scruggs, Sr.; sons, Johnny Scruggs, Jr. and Herbert Scruggs, preceded Geneva in death. For 45 years, Trinity Baptist Church has been a center of worship, community, and joy to her. Geneva leaves to cherish her love, kindness and memories: daughter, Betty Alicia of Vacaville; surrogate daughter, Frances McCullough of Fairfield; daughters-in-law, Katherine Scruggs of Pinole, and Annie Scruggs of Citrus Heights; grandsons, Kenneth Scruggs of Vacaville, Antoine Scruggs of Jacksonville, AK, and Majadi Scruggs of Sacramento; granddaughter, Ingrid Dillard of Oakland, and many great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews and friends. Viewing will be Wednesday, Dec. 17, from 5 to 8 p.m., at Nadeau Family Funeral Home, 180 E. Monte Vista, Vacaville. Funeral will be Thursday, Dec. 18, 10 a.m., at Trinity Baptist Church, 401 W. Monte Vista Ave, Vacaville.
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Published in The Reporter from Dec. 16 to Dec. 17, 2014
Seaton Jr., Melvin Edward "Eddie"  
On the morning of December 16, 2014, our father passed away peacefully in his sleep after a short illness. Born on January 21, 1938 in Arcata, Eddie moved to Willits in 1942, where he lived until his death. He married our mother, Kaylee Seaton, in 1960 and they remained married for 51 years until she passed away in 2012. At an early age, Eddie began working for Leonard Munson as a gas station attendant. He later worked for Gil Holmes as a mechanic and tow truck driver. He then worked at WUSD as a bus mechanic supervisor, where he retired in 1999. Eddie was one of the founding members of the Shifter's Car Club. He was a volunteer firefighter with the Little Lake Fire Department from 1969 until 1981. He had a tremendous love of children of all ages. He was a longtime president, coach and umpire for Willits Redwood Little League. He took tickets at the Willits High School football games and he was a scorekeeper for the WHS boys and girls basketball games. He was also a life-long 49ers and Giants fan. He is preceded in death by his mother, Theola Hinton and brother, Lloyd Hinton. He is survived by his daughter, Lisa (Bob) Angius, son Rock Seaton, and daughter-in-law Melody; siblings Patti Branson, Chuck Seaton, Dian Hughes, Mike Hinton; grandchildren Bobby (Jenny) and Steven Angius, and Rock, Kaylee and Jett Seaton, as well as many nieces and nephews. On behalf of our family, we would like to thank Adventist Health Home Care Services, specifically Susan and Miriam; true angels on earth. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him. Per our father's request, no services will be held.
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Published in Willits News from Dec. 19, 2014 to Jan. 18, 2015
Seely, Cynthia  
Cynthia Kay Seely Cynthia Kay Seely passed away suddenly Friday November 26, 2014, in Upper Lake at the age of 43. Born in Ventura, California, to John and Darlene Abel, April 8, 1971. She is survived by her two sons, Justin (14) and Ryan (12); her mother, Darlene Austin; father John Abel; sisters, Catherine Shewey, Carolyn Abel, and Christy Brown, and partner, Jeffrey Seely. Cindy was a loving mother and enjoyed working in her garden and sharing the fruits of it with everyone. She was a very avid Facebook user and had friends all over the world. She will be very missed by all. A small memorial service will be held at the Upper Lake Cemetery, Sunday, December 14, at 2 p.m. with a light reception following for those who would like to attend. Any condolences, flowers, etc. can be sent to 600 W. Highway 20, Upper Lake, CA 95489. Arrangements by Chapel of the Lakes, Lakeport. Please share your memories by signing the guest book at www.legacy.com .
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Published in Lake County Record-Bee from Dec. 9 to Dec. 15, 2014
Seregos, Lynda R.  
Lynda R. Seregos February 1, 1951 - December 12, 2014 Resident of Monterey Lynda Seregos, loving wife of Jim Seregos of 42 years and cherished mother of Jennifer Dority, passed away peacefully in Monterey on December 12, 2014. Please visit www.missionmortuary.com for service details and to offer condolences.
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Published in The Monterey Herald on Dec. 14, 2014
SEYMOUR, Bernadette  
SEYMOUR, Bernadette Bernadette Seymour passed away December 10, 2014. Born on June 8, 1929, in Markville, Minnesota, she's been a Whittier resident since 1958 shortly after marrying Elliott Seymour in 1955. Elliott died in 2000. She's survived by 4 children (Mary Jane De la Pena, Doug Seymour, Bob Seymour, Bill Seymour), 7 grand-children & 1 great-grandchild. Her Rosary will be Thursday, December 18 at White-Emerson Mortuary, 13304 Philadelphia St., Whittier. The Funeral is Friday, December 19, at 11am at Our Lady of Guadalupe, 900 W. La Habra Blvd., La Habra. See www.whiteemerson.org .
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Published in Whittier Daily News on Dec. 17, 2014
Shaffer, Gordon A.  
Jan. 25, 1930 - Dec. 10, 2014 Gordon A. "Gordy" Shaffer, a resident of Vallejo for over 70 years, passed away peacefully after a brief illness on Dec. 10. Gordon was born in Oakland, CA, attending high school in Vallejo (a proud Apache), and served his country in the Korean War in the 76th Engineering Construction Battalion as a company clerk and then photographer. In 1947 Gordon began his full-time work for the Vallejo Times-Herald. After returning from the war, Gordon resumed his job as a photographer with the Times-Herald where he worked for almost 30 years, making many lifelong friends. In addition, Gordon owned his own photography business. Gordon is survived by his wife, Irene Shaffer. They married in 1995 in Ft. Lauderdale, FL prior to one of the many cruises they enjoyed together. Gordon is survived by step-children, Jeff Bandura and Denise Diewert. Gordon is also survived by one son, Gregory Shaffer, whom he had with Josephine Shaffer (deceased). Gregory and his wife, Sheri Hoss, live in Grass Valley. Ever civic minded Gordon served as the president of both the Vallejo, CA and White Rock, BC Chambers of Commerce, as well as the White Rock Rotary Club in Canada. He was the first to sign-up when volunteers were requested. He served as coordinator for the Vallejo Day trip to the S.F. Giants for 20 years; started the Christmas tree lighting contest in Vallejo; and spearheaded the time capsules placed at the Peace Arch Border Crossing between Blaine, WA (USA) and White Rock, BC (Canada). Gordon proudly held dual citizenship in the United States and Canada. Gordon left behind a legacy of friends and positive impacts on those he met. Among the lessons he shared with others were: It's nice to be nice, (this was his life credo); Be a participant not a spectator of life; Determination has great merit, (he never gave up on what he believed in); Humor has beauty, importance and brilliance in our lives; and the sharing of the saying, "If that's the worst thing that happens to you today you're lucky." This final lesson constantly acknowledged that when you compare your trials to others, you'll always see that things are not as bad as they seem. Those wishing to make memorial donations are suggested to do so to Gordon's favorite charities including: The Nature Conservancy, the Vallejo Naval Historical Museum; and the Human Society of the North Bay. A celebration of life will be held Friday, Jan. 9, at 1 p.m. at Colonial Chapels, 1000 Redwood St., Vallejo, 94590, with a reception to follow at Moose Lodge #468, 337 Nebraska St., Vallejo. Arrangements under the direction of Colonial Chapels.
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Published in TimesHeraldOnline on Dec. 17, 2014
Shaniuk, Michael A.  
It is with sadness we announce that Michael A. Shaniuk passed away suddenly on 8/16/14. Mike was born on 5/13/48 in Cleveland, Ohio. The family moved to the San Gabriel Valley in 1956 and Mike spent his remaining years there. He had his First Communion at St. Luke's Catholic Church by wsa not an avid attendee. He enjoyed Little League Baseball and other youth sports but did not excell until achieving starting varsity quarterback at Temple City High School, aided by rigorous training from his oder brother Ed. Sadly a knee injury prevented him from furthering his sports career. He loved his sports though and being true to his roots was an avid fan of the Cleveland Browns, Indians and Cavaliers. Locally, he cheered for UCLA, the Dodgers and the Lakers, in addition to the Clippers, Angels, USC, the Ducks & Kings. Mike was very bright becoming an honor student, elected Student Body President and named "most likely to succeed". He went on to Pasadena City College bu then opted to sow his wild oats. Mike held a variety of jobs but none more satisfying then with the medical insurance firm of "Leisure, Werden & Terry" in Pasadena. Mike developed a special relationship with Wendy Ackerman, her sister Dana and dad Norm. They fond his contributions on marketing and sales to be invaluable. Wendy was a kindered spirit, sharing laughter, sports stories and similar views on politics (bring back Ronald Reagan). Mike became a 'railbird' at Santa Anita at an early age. He worked with several trainers over the years as a bookkeeper. He bet on the ponies and even cahsed a 'Pick 6', Every Saturday you would find him tuned to the radio listening to the handicappers making their selections. He loved to play 4-way Keno at the California Club in Vegas and religiously played the Lotto. He loved family gatherings enjoying card games and great food prepared by his sister Debbie. Having an IQ of 168 made the NY Crossword Puzzle a minor challenge and he was an excellent scrabble player. His warmth, wonderful sense of humor and sharp wit were a blessing to all he met. He truly had a heart of gold and was generous to a fault. He was preceeded in death by his Mother Margaret. Left to mourn him is his step-father Ivan Brosek Jr., brother Ed, brother James (Pam and son Tim), sister Debborah Dale (husband Will deceased), sister Chris (Mchael Pierrei anjd and son Michael Joseph), nephew Jason (Chelsie), niece Andrea (Joey and children Cody, Madison, Bella and Brooklyn).
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Published in San Gabriel Valley Tribune on Dec. 14, 2014
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