Miscellaneous Napa County, California Obituaries

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Lois M. Anderson 

A funeral service was held June 15 at Signs Memorial Seventh-day Adventist Church for Yountville resident Lois M. Anderson, who died June 12 at St. Helena Hospital. She was 86. 

Mrs. Anderson was born in Oakland in 1914 to Jay and Estella Ferren. She married Vernon Flory in 1936, and at the time of his death in 1986, they had been married 50 years. She married the late Dr. Carl Anderson in 1991. 

Mrs. Anderson is survived by a daughter and son-in-law, Virginia and Fred Harder, of Austin, Texas; a son and daughter-in-law, Wesley and Ginny Flory, of Burtonsville, Md.; a sister, Dorothy Ferren, of Yountville; four grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. 

A member of Signs Memorial Seventh-day Adventist Church in Yountville, Mrs. Anderson was a Pacific Union College graduate and had lived in the Napa Valley since 1976. Her interests included reading, traveling and her church. 

Funeral arrangements by Morrison Funeral Chapel, St. Helena. 

Esther Dorothy Guilfoyle 

A graveside service was held June 19 at the St. Helena Cemetery for Esther Dorothy Guilfoyle, 89, who died at her home June 14. A reception followed at the American Legion Hall on Spring Street. 

Born July 5, 1911, she was adopted by John and Anna Mae Holden of Conn Valley. Most of her youth was spent on a ranch in Conn Valley, where she developed expertise in horsemanship and a life-long love of animals. 

Ms. Guilfoyle was retired from the Martini Winery and for many years lived on the Korte Ranch on Ehlers Lane in St. Helena. 

She is survived by nieces Sharon Reese and Pam Harpster of Lake County. Memorial contributions in her name may be made to We Care Animal Rescue, 1345 Charter Oak Ave., St. Helena, 94574, or to a charity of choice. 

Arrangements by Mor-rison Funeral Chapel. 

Irene Kecskemethy 

Graveside services were held June 6 for St. Helena resident Irene Kecskemethy, who died June 2 following a brief illness. She was 86. 

Mrs. Kecskemethy, a native of Dobbs Ferry, N.Y., was the wife of the late Laszlo Kecskemethy, a minister in the Hungarian Reform Church. They had been married 55 years at the time of his death in May 2000. 

Mrs. Kecskemethy, a retired dental technician, is survived by a daughter, Ilona Kecskemethy, of St. Helena; a son, Michael Kecskemethy, of Milwaukie, Ore.; a brother-in-law, Carl Tota, and a nephew, Michael Tota, both of Yonkers, N.Y. 

Arrangements by Struble Family Funeral Services, Vallejo. 

Ethel W. Wilson 

Ethel "Winifred" Wilson died June 17 in her Napa home. She was 78. 

Born in 1922 in Savannah, Ga. to John and Hannah Duge, she married John E. Wilson in 1949. This year they celebrated their 52 wedding anniversary. 

Mrs. Wilson enjoyed crossword puzzles, antiques, loved to watch auto racing and was an avid 49er fan. 

In addition to her husband, she is survived by a daughter, Ethel Wilson II, of Napa; and her brothers and sisters-in-law, John and Millie Duge and Karl and Maisie Duge. 

Arrangements by Morrison Funeral Chapel. 

Evalyn Brown 

A memorial service was held at St. Helena's United Methodist Church for Evalyn Brown, who died June 14 at St. Helena Hospital. She was 81. 

Mrs. Brown was born in Nebraska in 1919 and moved to California in 1942. She worked as a coordinator for Stanford from 1957 to 1970. She was a resident of St. Helena for 18 years and an avid gardener and past president of the St. Helena Garden Club. 

She is survived by her children, Bruce of Palo Alto, Patricia Sterne of Victoria Texas, Dorothy O'Neill of Calistoga and Linda Brown of Palo Alto, her brother Harry Nixon of Jackson, Calif., eight grandchildren and one great grandchild. 

She is preceded in death by her husband, Leo Brown, who died in 1996, and a son, William (Bill) Brown. 

A private scattering was held at Tulocay Cemetery. Cremation arrangements by Morrison Funeral Chapel, St. Helena. 

Lisa K. Moore 

Lisa K. Moore died June 23 in St. Helena. She was 82. 

Mrs. Moore, born Aug. 8, 1918, to Schreiuer and Marie Roland in Heidelburg, Germany, had lived in the St. Helena area for 35 years. 

She was an avid crocheter, knitter, gardener, cook and grandmother to her grandson, John Emerson. She is survived by three sons, Peter Emerson and wife, Elena, of San Francisco; Karl Bothe of Kauai, Hawaii; and Ralph Bothe of Germany; five grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. 

She was a member of the Elmshaven Seventh-day Adventist Church of Deer Park. At her request there will be no service. 

Arrangements by Mor-rison Funeral Chapel. 

Lilian 'Joan' Tench 

A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, June 30, at Grace Episcopal Church, 1314 Spring St., St. Helena, for Lilian "Joan" Tench, who died June 9 at Sunrise Assisted Living in Napa. She was 93. 

Mrs. Tench, a graduate from Birmingham University of England, held a degree in chemistry. She and her husband, John, moved to the Napa Valley over 35 years ago. She was a member of St. Helena's Grace Episcopal Church and of the Daughters of the British Empire. 

She is survived by two sons, Brian of San Francisco and Richard J.A. of Reno, five grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.She was preceded in death by her husband. 

Following the service inurnment will be in the Rose Garden at the church. 

Arrangements by Morrison Funeral Chapel. 

Esther P. Burgstahler 

A memorial service was held July 2 at Morrison Funeral Chapel for Esther P. Burgstahler, who died June 20 at St. Helena Hospital. She was 92. 

Ms. Burgstahler, born to Christian and Wilhelmina Burgstahler in Lodi Sept. 11, 1908, was the seventh of nine children. The family moved to Trochu, Alberta, Canada, when she was 2 years old and she attended school there. Most of the children returned to Lodi in 1928, following the death of their parents. 

In 1941, Ms. Burg-stahler, four of her sisters and their elder brother moved to Oakland, where she worked as a bookkeeper for Steir Drug in the Lakeshore district. She was there for more than 35 years until her retirement at the age of 70. 

Ms. Burgstahler and her sister Frieda moved to St. Helena in 1999 to be closer to other family members. 

She is survived by her sister Frieda, the last surviving sibling; a sister-in-law, Irene; and numerous nieces and nephews. 

Arrangements made by Morrison Funeral Chapel, St. Helena. 

Oscar Grindheim 

Funeral services were held Monday, July 2, at the United Methodist Church for Oscar Grindheim, who died June 28 at his St. Helena home with his family by his side. He was 90. 

Mr. Grindheim was born in Pierpont, South Dakota, Nov. 19, 1910. 

He graduated from Pierpont High School and moved to Vallejo in 1942. He served in World War II and at war's end he and his wife, Ardys, moved to St. Helena. 

In St. Helena Mr. Grindheim managed the Safeway grocery store on Main and also worked at the Purity Store before becoming co-owner of the Tripoli Market. 

He was a member of the St. Helena I.O.O.F. for more than 50 years, and Past Noble Grand. He was also a member of Son's of Norway, Vallejo, and Viking Travelers R.V. Club. 

He was preceded in death by two brothers and three sisters. 

Surviving is his wife of 60 years, Ardys; a daughter Barbara (Larry) Edington, of San Jose and a son, Richard Grindheim, of Napa; two grandchildren, two great-grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. 

Interment was at St. Helena Cemetery. 

Memorial contributions may be made in Mr. Grindheim's name to Hospice of the Napa Valley, 3299 Claremont Way, Napa, CA 94558, or to the United Methodist Church, 1310 Adams St., St. Helena, CA 94574. 

Arrangements made by Morrison Funeral Chapel. 

Dennis Flock 

Funeral Services will be held Saturday, July 7, at 11 a.m. at Morrison Funeral Chapel, 990 Vintage Ave., for Dennis Flock, who died Monday at his Middletown home. He was 53. 

Mr. Flock was graduated from St. Helena High in 1964 and spent most of his life in the Napa Valley, until moving to Middltown eight years ago. At 19 he started a career at Zumwalt Ford, where he became service manager and eventually moved into sales. An avid tournament golfer and bocce player, he was an outdoorsman who enjoyed hunting and fishing, and was a member of Ducks Unlimited. 

Mr. Flock is survived by his wife, Estela; their children; Dan of Santa Rosa, Norma and Gabriel of Middletown, and Michael Lynn of Chico; two brothers, Ron of St. Helena and Vern of Napa; a sister, Nina, and friend and brother-in-law, Val. Visitation will be Friday, July 6, from 4-8 p.m. at Morrison Funeral Chapel. 

Evelyn M. Bush 

Graveside services were held July 10 at St. Helena Cemetery for Evelyn M. Bush of Calistoga, who died June 30. She was 88. 

Mrs. Bush, the daughter of Otis and Lulu McKune of Bodega Bay, married Lionel Bush March 27, 1933. She sent much of her life caring for her family. She was very active with hand work and enjoyed knitting, crocheting and cooking. She was also a member of the St. Helena Eastern Star. 

She is survived by a son, Donald E. Bush of La Bufa, Mexico; a daughter and son-in-law, Joan and Sean O'Keefe, of Half Moon Bay; a daughter and son-in-law, Ardyth and Bill Bartolucci, of St. Helena; seven grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. Arrangements by Morrison Funeral Chapel. 

Eugene B. Graff 

Services were held at Morrison Funeral Chapel July 11 for St. Helena native Eugene Bailey Graff, who died July 7 in St. Helena. He was 78. 

Mr. Graff was born Dec. 31, 1922 in the old St. Helena Hospital on Main Street to George and Pearl Bailey Graff. He graduated from St. Helena High School in 1942 and a year later married his high school sweetheart, Carol Hurd. 

When he completed service in the Coast Guard, the Graffs returned home to St. Helena and soon celebrated the births of twin daughters. 

He worked in the family plumbing business, Graff Plumbing, and eventually he and his wife became sole proprietors. They retired in 1979. 

From 1949 to 1966, Mr. Graff volunteered for the St. Helena Fire Department, serving as chief for several years. He was a member of the American Legion and served on the board of the St. Helena Cemetery Association. 

Mr. Graff is survived by his wife of 58 years; daughters and sons-in-law, Marilyn and Cliff Little and Carolyn and Mike Milat; grandchildren Jennifer (Augusto) DiBattista, Cliff Little, Michelle (David) Duckhorn, Mike (Stacie) Milat and Caryn Milat; and four great-grandaughters. 

He was predeceased by a brother, George, and three sisters Nell, Gretchen and Juanita. 

Memorial donations may be made to a charity of choice. Inurnment will be at St. Helena Cemetery. Arrangements by Morrison Funeral Chapel. 

Dorothy E. Harrison 

Services were held July 6 at St. Helena Cemetery for Dorothy Evelyn Harrison, who died June 28. She was 84. 

Mrs. Harrison was born July 17, 1916 to Ruben Newton and Frances Owens McMillen. She graduated from St. Helena High in 1934. She married Jim Harrison in 1937 and they had one daughter, Suzanne. 

Mrs. Harrison was a project coordinator for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. 

She is survived by a daughter and son-in-law, Susie and Max Berchtold; two grandchildren, Debbie Carbaugh and Gary Berchtold; four great-grandchildren, Jason Car-baugh, Erik Presley, Brianna Berchtold and Britanny Berchtold; a sister and brother-in-law, Mildred and Harold Pellini of Sebastopol; and numerous nieces and nephews. 

She was preceded in death by four siblings, Alvin McMillen, Ervin McMillen, Marjorie Rovera and Ruby Young. 

Memorial contributions may be sent to the Laytonville Fire Dept., P.O. Box 89, Laytonville, CA 95454. 

Robert Dean Wall 

A memorial service will be held at the Yountville Chamber of Commerce Sunday, Aug. 5, at 11 a.m. for Robert Dean Wall of Yountville, who died July 1 at St. Helena Hospital. He was 75. 

Mr. Wall, who grew up in Shafter, Calif., married Joan Humann in 1950. He was sent to the Korean War Oct. 30, 1950, and was in the 40th division. He trained in the Surgical Technician School and worked in the Mobile Army Surgical Hospital until he was discharged in 1952. 

He then farmed 80 acres in Shafter, growing barley, cotton and potatoes. Following the death of his wife, Mr. Wall retired from the farm in 1990 and moved to Yountville to be closer to his son and daughter. He worked for the Chamber of Commerce and was recognized as the Volunteer of the Year. 

He is survived by his daughter, Candy Wall; son Rod Wall; three grandchildren, Michael, Jonathan and Aaron Hawks; and his sister, Harriet Eckern. Services directed by Richard Pierce Funeral Services, Napa.

Robert D. Wall 

The time of a memorial service for Robert Dean Wall of Yountville has been changed to 1 p.m. and will be held at the Yountville Chamber of Commerce Sunday, Aug. 5. 

Mr. Wall died July 1 at St. Helena Hospital. Services are under the direction of Richard Pierce Funeral Services, Napa. 

Elsie Rush Morgan 

A private memorial service was held in Monterey for Elsie Grace Rush Morgan, who died in Sparks, Nev., July 8. She was 43. 

Mrs. Morgan was born March 25, 1958 in San Francisco and grew up in St. Helena, graduating from St. Helena High School in 1976. Upon graduation, she moved to Sacramento to attend American River College, majoring in business and psychology. While living in Sacramento she worked as an attorney's assistant before marrying and moving to Sparks. 

She is survived by her husband, William Morgan, and her daughter, Victoria Leigh-Anne Morgan. 

She was predeceased by her parents. 

It was her request that in lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to a favorite charity. 

Michael A. Beltran

A funeral mass was held July 23 at St. Helena Catholic Church for Michael A. Beltran, a life-long St. Helena resident, who died July 18 at Kaiser Hospital in Vallejo following a brief illness. He was 50.

Mr. Beltran attended St. Helena public schools, graduating in 1969 from St. Helena High School. A sales representative in the lumber industry for more than 30 years, he was the lead singer and founding member of Browness, a local band that began playing at after-school dances in St. Helena in 1967.

In addition to his love for music, Mr. Beltran enjoyed golf, telling stories and playing bocce ball for the "Quatro Stupidos" in the St. Helena Bocce Club. He was a member of the Native Sons of the Golden West.

He is survived by his mother and stepfather, Carmen and Bob Williamson, of St. Helena; three brothers, Ray Beltran of Sacramento and Joe and Andy Beltran, both of Napa; two sisters, Irene Mora of Roseburg, Ore., and Linda McClure of Napa; two aunts, Mary Scheel and Juanita Beltran of St. Helena; three uncles, Joe Torres of Middletown and Ray and Jess Torres of St. Helena; three nephews and six nieces, Bobby and Denise Mora, Ray Beltran, Jr. of Texas; William Beltran of Sacramento and Danielle and Nicole Beltran and Chelsea, Sarah and Michele McClure, all of Napa.

Mr. Beltran was preceded in death by his father, Art Beltran; grandfather and grandmother, Joe and Maria Torres; nephew Michael Mora and cousin Ron Scheel.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Class of l968 Memorial Scholarship Fund at St. Helena High School. Arrangements by Morrison Funeral Chapel.

John A. Burns

Memorial services were held July 21 at Morrison Funeral Chapel for John Andrew Burns of Pope Valley, who died July 16. He was 82.

Mr. Burns, born in Honolulu in 1918 to Clifford and Kathrine Burns, was predeceased by his wife, Joan, and son, Michael.

He is survived by his brother, Robert, and his wife, Georgi; a cousin, John A. Radway, and his wife, Claire; nieces Kathleen Yeadon and husband Glenn, Mary Fredeen and husband Gary and their children Laura and Matthew; a nephew, Dick Hodges, and wife, Debby; a grandson, Chad Mathis, and his daughter, Noelle Calkins; and family friend Julie Bolander and her daughters, Molly and Lisa.

Memorial donations may be made to the Joan Burns Educational Fund, 1300 Aetna Springs Road, Pope Valley, CA 94567, or to a charity of choice.

Arrangements by Mor-rison Funeral Chapel.

Alicia Horn

A funeral service will be held Saturday, July 28, at St. Joseph's Church, 21396 Hwy. 175, Middletown, for longtime Pope Valley resident Alicia Horn, who died July 3 in Santa Cruz. She was 78.

Mrs. Horn, a native of Mexico who enjoyed water skiing, swimming, gardening and dancing, moved to the Bay Area with her sister as a teenager. She had lived in Pope Valley for 26 years before moving to Santa Cruz in January. She joined a senior citizen center there and met Jimmy Case, whom she married in May.

She is survived by sons Roy Horn of Santa Cruz and Lonny Horn of Pope Valley; sisters Sally, Jackie and Estella, all of Mexico; grandchildren Jennifer Harrison of Davis, Jessica Bennett of Middletown, Jasmine Carlton of Citrus Heights, Kieran Horn of Santa Cruz, Jerrie Thompson of Pope Valley, Harry and Hillary Horn of Citrus Heights; and great-grandchildren Chad and Hallie Thompson of Pope Valley

She was preceded in death by her brothers, Louie and Albert, and by a sister, Esther.

Karl Andreasen

A celebration of the life of Karl (Skip) Andreasen will be held Sunday, Aug. 5, at 1 p.m. at 11725 Regio Drive, Dublin.

Mr. Andreasen died Thursday, July 26, in St. Helena with his wife, Bonnie, and their children by his side.

Known for his sense of humor and generous spirit, Mr. Andreasen, was born in San Francisco in 1931. He is survived by his children and their spouses, Kimberly (Dennis), Carrie, Suzanne (Rick) and (Don); grandchildren Jessica, Christine, Bonnie Lee, Benjamin, Gianni and Kayla; and a brother, Milt Andreasen.

Memorial donations may be made to the American Heart Association. P.O. Box 844, Santa Rosa, CA 95402.

Arrangements by Morrison Funeral Chapel.

Mazie Bagnasco

Funeral services were held July 19 at Morrison Funeral Chapel for former Calistoga resident Mazie M. Bagnasco, who died in Greenbrae. She was 88. 

Mrs. Bagnasco, the daughter of Perry and Mazie Lawson of Santa Rosa, graduated from Santa Rosa High School in 1930. She married Joseph Bagnasco in May 1932, and they were married 45 years at the time of his death in May 1977. For more than 40 years she was a Pacific Bell operator in Calistoga and San Rafael, head of the Campfire Girls of Calistoga, a member of the Methodist Church in both towns and a member of Pacific Telephone Pioneers and belonged to the Eastern Star. She was a 35-year volunteer at Marin General Hospital and at the Marin County Civic Center. 

She is survived by a brother, Kenneth Lawson, of Forestville; and sisters Alberta Galleron of St. Helena and Carol Mazzoti of South San Francisco.

She was predeceased by her husband and by her brothers, Perry and Howard Lawson. Burial was at St. Helena Cemetery.

Gilbert E. Duarte

A celebration of life was held July 29 for Gilbert Eugene Duarte, who died July 20, three days short of his 72nd birthday, at his Calistoga home with his children by his side.

Mr. Duarte, born in Oakland in 1929, lived in Napa County for 60 years. He retired from Robert Mondavi Winery in 1987 and worked for the past five years at the Roman Spa in Calistoga. He is survived by his children, Kim Mann, Kip Duarte, Kelly Duarte, Christine (Duarte) Pellhum, Jenise (Duarte) Haner, Wayne Duarte and Cheri Duarte; his mother, Mary Duarte; a brother, Richard; a sister, Dorothy Ruiz; 11 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.

He was predeceased by his wife, Barbara Duarte, and his father, Manuel Duarte.

Memorial donations may be made to the American Cancer Society: Relay for Life at the Elise Allen School, Sept. 15 and 16 in memory of Gilbert Duarte for Kaiser Santa Rosa Infusion Center Team.

William C. Plate

A memorial will be held at 1638 Madrona Ave. in St. Helena Saturday, Aug. 4, at 2 p.m. for William C. Plate, who died July 21 in an aircraft accident in North Carolina's Smoky Mountains. He was 54.

Mr. Plate, born in New Orleans, La. in 1946, earned an MBA from Pepperdine in 1971 and founded ArrowGraphics Inc. in San Jose. He is survived by his only daughter, Eleanor Lindsey Plate.

Memorial donations may be made to the Georgia Transplant Foundation.

Margaret J. Warren

A service will be held at St. Helena Catholic Church Saturday, Aug. 11, at 10 a.m. for Margaret Jessee Warren, who died of heart failure July 27 in St. Helena. Following the service a reception will be held at Meadowood Country Club.

Mrs. Warren, 79, wife of the late James Cleveland Warren, was the daughter-in-law of former California governor and U.S. Chief Justice Earl Warren, and mother of a San Francisco Superior Court judge.

Born in Sacramento to Bertram and Florence Jessee in 1921, she gained national prominence as a teenage tennis prodigy.

Mrs. Warren earned a bachelor's degree from UC-Berkeley in 1943. That same year she married James Warren at St. Mary's Church in San Francisco. Her husband served in the Pacific with the Marine Third Division during World War II. Following the war, the couple moved to Piedmont where they lived until moving to Napa and the Lazy J Ranch in 1959.

For 30 years Mrs. Warren oversaw her husband's St. Helena real estate firm, James Warren & Son, which specialized in vineyards and wineries. She and her husband were original partners in Freemark Abbey Winery and later Rutherford Hill Winery. She was also the founder of HeHaHo Vineyards of St. Helena and was an original investor in Napa Valley Bank as well as Napa National Bank. She served on the board of James Warren & Son for 12 years.

She and her husband supported the founding of the Napa Valley Land Trust and were instrumental in getting the historic Napa Valley Agricultural Preserve passed by Napa County voters in 1967.

She was a member of the St. Helena Ladies Luncheon Group, Meadowood Country Club, the Berkeley Tennis Club, the Upper Napa Valley Association, Ye Olde Square Dance Groupe and the California Alumni Association.

She was also an ardent supporter of university athletics, and in 1989 established the Margaret Jessee Warren Tennis Scholarship for UC-Berkeley's women's tennis team.

Mrs. Warren is survived by three sons, James of San Francisco, Jeffrey of St. Helena and John of Los Angeles; daughters-in-law, Cassandra, Cynthia and Emily; grandchildren Elisabeth, Jessee, Casey, Jeffrey Jr., Margaret Cody, Amanda, Lindsay, Andrew, Christopher and Landon.

Memorial donations may be made to The Margaret Jessee Warren Tennis Scholarship Fund, c/o The UC-Berkeley Foundation, 2440 Bancroft Way, #4200, Berkeley CA 94720-4200, or to a charity of choice. 

Arrangements by Morrison Funeral Chapel.

Orlin Koehn

Orlin Koehn, a longtime resident of St. Helena, died July 23 in Napa with his family at his side. He was 82.

Mr. Koehn was born in Newton, Kan., to Jacob and Anna Koehn. An Army Air Force veteran, he served in World War II in the 8th Air Force in the European Theater of operations. For more than 45 years he and his wife, Marie Elizabeth Kelly, lived in St. Helena, where he made his reputation as a master craftsman whose speciality was restoring old homes. He worked on the restoration of the William Tell building on Spring Street, The Arbor on Lodi Lane and the Beard Building on Main Street.

He served as Scoutmaster for Troop 1 and was a volunteer with Big Brothers and Big Sisters for more than 10 years. In 1973 he was named Napa County's "Big Brother of the Year."

He enjoyed gardening and woodworking and music of all kinds.

In addition to his wife of 56 years, Mr. Koehn is survived by four sons Michael (Jessie), Philip, Richard (Kim) and Mark; and by seven grandchildren, Brianna, Cassandra, Anjelica, Clark, Nicholas, Hannah and Caelan.

At Mr. Koehn's request there were no services. Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of Napa Valley, 3299 Claremont Way, Napa, CA 94558, or to Adult Day Services of Napa Valley, 3295 Claremont Way, Suite 3, Napa, CA 94558. 

Arrangements by Treadway and Wigger Funeral Chapel.

Edith Sproston

Graveside services were held Aug. 6 at St. Helena Cemetery for Edith Z. Sproston, who died Aug. 1 at St. Helena Hospital. She was 94 years old.

Mrs. Sproston, the daughter of Harold and Lena Johnstone of Bryn Mawr, Calif., moved to the Napa Valley in 1924 when she was 17 years old. She graduated from Calistoga High School. In 1926 she married Leonard Sproston Sr. At the time of his death in 1973 they had been married 47 years. 

For many years Mrs. Sproston worked for Fashion Land in St. Helena, and was active in the Mayacamas Lodge, Degree of Pocahontas, #138. Since 1953 she had been the organization's secretary and keeper of the records.

She is survived by a daughter and son-in-law, Edith and Jerry Mosher of Vancouver, Wash., five grandchildren and one niece. She is predeceased by her husband and her son, Leonard Jr.

Arrangements by Morrison Funeral Chapel.

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