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San Diego Tribune
June 30, 1953

MASONIC RITES SET THURDAY FOR A. C. LAWSON
San diego Commandery 25, Knights Templar, will conduct services at 1 pm
Thursday at Lewis Colonial Mortuary for Alexander C. Lawson, 62, of 3125
Polk Ave.
He died yesterday of a heart ailment in an El Cajon furniture store where
he was a salesman.
A native California, Mr. Lawson had lived in San Diego since 1932. He was
a member of the Uptown Business Association, Sunset Lodge 352, F&AM; el
Capitan Chapter 149, Royal Arch Masons; San Diego Commandery 25, Knights
Templar, and al Bahr Shrine Temple.
Surviving are his wife, Alice; daughter, Mrs. W. Zummerman, and two
sisters, Mrs. Robert Franckins and Beth Lawson, all of San Diego. Burial
has not been arranged.

EDWARD JAMES MCBRIDE SERVICES SCHEDULES
Military graveside services for Edward James McBride, 57, of 4087 43rd
St., will be at 2 pm tomorrow in Ft. Rosecrans National Cemetery.
The former Navy officer died June 23 in Las Cruces, NM. Benbough Downtown
Mortuary is in charge.
Survivors include his wife, Della; two daughters, Mrs. Elizabeth Bovee and
Mary McBride, and two sons, William and Edward Jr., all of San Diego.

KENNETH PARSONS
Chula Vista (Special) - Services for Kenneth Parsons, 46, of 720 Fourth
Ave., will be Friday at 10 am in Greenwood Mortuary. Burial will be in Ft.
Rosecrans National Cemetery.
A ship builder here eight years, he died Monday.
Survivors include his mother, Mrs. Mae Parson, Chula Vista.

IRA ALFRED CLEVELAND
Services are pending at Benbough Mortuary for Ira Alfred Cleveland, 65, of
2839 Kalmia Pl., who died yesterday in a hospital.
A resident since 1938, he owned a business equipment company.
He leaves his wife, Mayme.

MRS. NETTIE BLANKENSHIP
Services will be in Watsonville for Mrs. Nettie Blankenship, 52, who died
in a local hospital yesterday. She had been visiting her daughter, Mrs.
Eiler Browning, of Linda Vista.
Survivors are her husband, James; a son, Walter; two daughters, Mrs. Wanda
De Zell and Muriel; and her parents, all of Watsonville, and another son in
England.
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San Diego Tribune
September 6, 1954

JAMES B. MILLS
Services will be in Bonham Brothers Mortuary at 1:30 pm tomorrow for James
B. Mills, 84, of 1657 4th Ave., former investment broker and resident here
34 years.
Cremation will follow.
During World War II he was associated with his son, Richard, investment
broker. He served in World War I as staff captain in the adjutant generals
office, Minnesota National Guard.
Surviving Mr. Mills are his widow, Lena; three sons, including Richard,
San Diego and a daughter Mrs. Helen Jensen, San Diego.

MRS MARGARET WEBER
Coronado (Special) - Services for Mrs. Margaret Weber, 72, of 810 A Ave.,
a resident here 41 years, will be at 10 am Wednesday in Coronado Mortuary.
Burial will be in Mount Hope Cemetery, San diego. Mrs Weber died Saturday.
Surviving is a son, Herbert, Coronado.

MRS. LILLIAN B. LOWELL
Services for Mrs. Lillian B. Lowell, 72, of 4711 Cape May Ave., a resident
here 13 years, will be at 12:30 pm tomorrow in Benbough Mortuary.
Burial will be in Mount Hope Cemetery.
Surviving Mrs. Lowell, who died Friday, are her husband, James; a
daughter, Mrs. Glenn Smith, San Diego, and two sons, John, San Diego and
James, Los Angeles.

ELMER SECHRIST
Rites will be at 11 am tomorrow in Johnson-Saum & Knobel Mortuary for
Elmer Sechrist, 79, of 6658 Bell Court, former Convair employee and
resident here 12 years.
Burial will be in Mount Hope Cemetery.
Surviving Mr. Sechrist, who died Friday, are his widow, Lydia, and two
sons and two daughters in Indiana.
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San Diego Tribune
August 23, 1967

MRS CHRISTINE C. BRIGGS
Services for Mrs. Christine C. Briggs, 77, of 608 W. Walnut St., were held
today at St. James by the Sea Church, followed by entombment in Cypress
View Mausoleum.
Mrs. Briggs, a native of Texas, was a resident of the county 46 years. she
died Monday. She was a self-employed property manager.
She was a member of the board of directors of the Pacific Coast Browning
Foundation and the Musical Merit Foundation of San Diego. she was cofounder
and past president of the San Diego Browning Society.
Surviving are a son and a daughter, Mr. Christine Overton of San Diego.
Humphrey Mortuary is in charge of arrangements.
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San Diego Tribune
June 6, 1951

JAMES L. SHERROD
Rosary will be recited at 8 pm tomorrow in Goodbody's El Cajon Mortuary
for James L. Sherrod, 56, whod died Monday night in a local hospital. Mass
will be said at 9 am Friday in the Little Flower Chapel with burial
following in Holy Cross Cemetery.
Mr. Sherrod formerly lived at 3784 Fortieth St., but recently resided in a
La Mesa rest home. He came here 15 years ago. Surviving are his wife, Mrs.
Pauline Sherrod; a son, James Sherrod, both of San Diego, and two sisters
in other cities.

ALBERT LEE JONES
Services will be at 10 am tomorrow in Lewis Colonial Mortuary for Albert
Lee Jones, 49, of 3252 Monroe Ave., who died sunday. Normal Heights Lodge
632, F&AM, of which he was a member, will conduct. Cremation will follow.

SANTIAGO SOMBILON
Requiem mass will be celebrated tomorrow at 9 am in Our Lady of Guadalupe
Church for Santiago Sombilon, 54, downtown hotel resident who died May 27.
Burial will be in Holy Cross Cemetery. Rogers Mortuary is in charge.
A native of the Philippine Islands, Mr. Sombilon formerly served with the
Philippine Constabulary Forces. He was a cook and had resided here 9 years.
No survivors are known.

MISS JESSIE SHERK
Los Angeles, June 6, (Special_ - Miss Jessie Sherk, for many years
secretary tothe late A. S. Bridges of San diego, died here recently.
Miss Sherk had been active inthe San diego Business and Professional
Women's club. She was made an honorarymember in appreciation of her figt to
the club of a cabinsite at Whispering Pines, near Julian.
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San Diego Tribune
October 4, 1952

ANDREW GINGLARDI RITES SET TUESDAY
Rosary for Andrew G. Ginglardi 89, of 1852 National Ave. employee of the
City Street Department from 1912 to 1935, will be recited at 7:30 p.m.
Monday in Goodbody's Ivy Chapel.
Requiem Mass will be said Tuesday morning at an hour not yet announced, in
St. Anne's Church. Burial will be in Holy Cross Cemetery.
Born in Italy, Mr. Ginglardi had lived here since 1909.
Survivors are three sons, Frank, a Suncrest market owner; John, of San
Pedro, and Henry, of San Diego; two grandchildren and a great-grandchild.

FRANCIS J. COVERT
Francis J. Covert, 51, World War I veteran, died today in Veterans
Hospital, Palo Alto. San Diego had been his home since 1920, but; he had
been hospitalized since 1927.
Survivors are his mother, Mrs. Mary Covert; three brothers, including
Wesley and Eugene Covert of San Diego, and a sister, Mrs. Wilma Warf, of
Coronado.
Arrangements will be made at Goodbody's Ivy Chapel.

MRS. LILLIAN ZIMMERMAN
Rites for Mrs. Lillian Zimmerman, 76, of 1071 Rosecrans St., will be at 10
a.m. Monday in Johnson-Saum Mortuary, Cremation will follow. She died Tuesday.

MRS. ALDIA M. SWEAZEY
Rites for Mrs. Aldia M. Sweazey, 57, of 526 San Jacinto Dr., will be at 10
a.m. Tuesday in Bonham Brothers Mortuary. Burial will be in Mt. Hope Cemetery.
Mrs. Sweazey, a resident here since 1921, died yesterday.
Souvivors are her husband, C. C. Sweazey; two brothers and four sisters,
including Mrs. Viola Taylor, San Diego.

HENRY E. THOMPSON
Rosary will be recited at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow in Bonham Brothers Mortuary
for Henry E. Thompson, 44, a carpenter, who died Wednesday in Los Angeles.
He lived here 15 years until he moved to Paramount five years ago.
Requiem Mass will be said at 8 a.m. Monday in St. Joseph's Cathedral.
Survivors are his wife, Evelyn, of Paramount; his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Thompson, El Cajon; three sisters, including Mrs. Ruby Raynor and
Mrs. Catherine Owens, El Cajon, and a brother.

HARVEY F. SMITH
Services for Harvey F. Smith, 67, of 320 G St., will be at 1 p.m. Monday
in Greenwood Mortuary. Cremation will follow.
Mr. Smith, a San Diegan 29 years, died Thursday.
Survivors are three sisters and a brother in the East, and a niece, Mrs.
Mildred Davis, La Mesa.

GUSTAV A. MATTSON
Services for Gustav A. Mattson, 79, of 4845 Lilac Dr., will be at 3 p.m.
Monday in Greenwood Memorial Chapel. Entombment will be in Greenwood
Mausoleum. Erickson-Anderson Mortuary, La Mesa, has charge. He died Thursday.

CHARLES E BAILEY
Rites for Charles E. Bailey, 72, of 1731 Glencoe Dr., will be at 11 a.m.
Monday in Greenwood Mortuary. Burial will be in Greenwood Memorial Park.
Mr. Bailey, a retired aircraft worker, died Thursday. He had lived there
eight years.
Survivors are his wife, Mildred; a sister, Mrs. Mary Anson, San Diego; a
brother in Illinois; a niece, Mrs. Vera Barber, Natinal City, and two
stepsons, Holly Ruhnow and Fredrick C. Ruhnow, La Mesa.

MRS. MARY CHATHAM
Graveside services for Mrs. Mary Chatham, 82, of 552 Genter St., La Jolla,
will be at 11:30 a.m. Monday in Oak Hill Memorial Park, Escondido.
Alhiser-Wilson Mortuary, Escondido, has charge. Mrs. Chatham, who had lived
25 years in this area, died Wednesday.
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San Diego Tribune
February 27, 1987

MRS. ROBERTA H. STEVENSON
Services for Mrs. Roberta H. Stevenson of 4875 Mansfield St. will be held
at noon Monday in Greenwood Mortuary. Burial will be in Greenwood Memorial
Park.
Mrs. Stevenson, who died Thursday, was born in Morth Carolina and and
lived here 46 years. She had been a department store employee and was a
memeber of Normal Height chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star.
Survivors are two sons, Telford Stevenson of El Cajon and Robert Stevenson
of San Diego; two sisters, and five grandchildren.

ALGENIA E. WRIGHT
Mrs. Algenia E. Wright, 66, of 6274 Stewart St., died yesterday. She is
survived by her son, Albin Wright of San Diego; her daughter Mrs. Mary A.
Beerie, of San Diego; a brother, four sisters and two grandchildren.
Private services are being handled by Greenwood Mortuary.

HENRY A. GINGLARDI
Rosary for Henry A. Ginglardi, 64, 4535 Hamilton St., will be recited at
7:30 p.m. tomorrow in Goodbody's Boulevard Chapel. Requiem Mass will be
sung at 8 a.m. Monday in St. Didacus Catholic Church. Burial will be in Ft.
Rosecrans National Cemetary.
Mr. Ginglardi, who died Thursday, had lived here 62 years. In World War I
he served with Battlion A. 25th Artillery.
Survivors are his widow, Dathny; his daughter, Magdalena Zolezzi of San
Diego; a brother, Frank of San Diego, and; three grandchildren.

EVA MAY RICHARDS
Services for Eva May Richards, 86, of 4035 Ohio St., will be held at 3
p.m. tomorrow in Featheringill Mortuary. Burial will be at 2 p.m. Monday in
Forest Lawn Cemetary, Los Angeles.
Miss Richards, who died yesterday, was a native of San Diego and a member
of Our Savior Lutheran Church. There were no known survivors.

MRS. AUGUSTA PULLMAN
Services for Mrs. Augusta Pullman, 88, of 3726 Oleander Drive, will be at
10 a.m. Monday in Featheringill Mortuary.
Mrs. Pullamn, who died yesterday, was a native of New York City and came
to San Diego in 1912. She was a member of the San Diego Chapter, Order of
the Estern Star: the Daughters of the Nile, Ladies of the Oriental Shrine,
and First Methodist Church.
Survivors are a daughter, Elizabeth of San Diego; a son; three
grandchildren, and five great-grandchildren.

RALPH SCOTT
Services for Ralph Scott, 72, of 4037 1/2 43rd. St., will be held at 10
a.m. Monday in Rogers Mortuary. Burial will be in Greenwood Memorial Park.
Mr. Scott died yesterday. A native of Missouri, he lived here 22 years. He
was a retired groceryman.
Survivors are three sons, including James and William of San Diego, five
grandchildren and one great-grandchild.

REV. ROBERT E. CRICK
Services for the Rev. Robert E. Crick, 88, of 5705 Redwood St., will be
held at 10 a.m. Tuesday in Rogers Mortuary. Burial will be in Greenwood
Memorial Park.
The Rev. Mr. Crick died yesterday. He was a retired minister of the Family
of God Church and led congregations in Oklahoma and Texas. He had lived
here 23 years in retirement.
Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Ruth Wilson, and a sister, Mrs. Marie
Crosby, both of San Diego, and one granddaughter.
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San Diego Tribune
June 1, 1972

MARGARET W. MILLER
Services for Margaret W. Miller, 68, a county resident for 40 years, will
be held at 2 p.m. tomorrow at Greenwood Mortuary followed by burial in
Greenwood Memorial Park.
Mrs. Miller, of 9290 Campo Rd., Spring Valley, died Tuesday. She was a
native of New York.
Surviving are her husband, Leroy I.; two sons, Ivan of La Mesa and Wayne
of Spring valley, and a sister.
The family suggest donations to the Heart Fund.

ORA E. KEITHLEY
Graveside military services for Ora E. Keithley, 96, a vereran of the
Spanish-American War, will be held at 11:30 a.m. tomorrow at Golden Gate
National Cemetery near San Francisco.
Mr. Keithley, of 117 Washington St., died May 24 at a local hospital.
A native of Missouri, Mr. Keithley served in the Phillipines during the
war. He was a member of the cavalry and was one of five brothers in the war.
Mr. Keithley is survived by a sister, Mrs. Etta Sargent; a miece, Mrs.
Edna York, both of San Diego.
Benbough Mortuary is in charge.

MRS. VIRGINIA A. AXELROD
Services for Mrs. Virginia A. Axelrod, 42, will be held at 2 p.m. tomorrow
in Cypress View Mortuary. Inurnment will be in Cypress View Mausoleum. She
died Saturday in a local hospital.
A native of San Diego, she had lived here for the last 28 years. She
graduated from Point Loma High School. She was a member of the Pink Ladies
of Scripps Memorial Hospital and the Clairemont Junior Woman's Club.
Survivors include her husband, Rudolph; three sons, Michael, Richard and
Jeffery, all of the home, and one sister.

JAMES W. CAINE
Services for James W. Caine, 51, a captain with the San Diego Fire Dept.,
who died Sunday, will be held at 10 a.m. tomorrow at Greenwood Memorial Park.
Capt. Caine, of 12370 Royal Rd., El Cajon, was a county resident for 30
years. He was a native of Minnesota.
He had been a fireman for 25 years and was a member of San Diego Fire
Fighters Local 145 and the Benevolent Protective Order of Elks 1812 of El
Cajon.
Surviving are his wife, Ruby, a cousin and an uncle.

ISOBEL BAUMGARTNER
Services for Isobel Baumgartner, 68, who died yesterday, will be held at
10:30 a.m. tomorrow at La Jolla Mortuary Chapel, followed by burial in El
Camino Memorial Park.
Mrs. Baumgartner, a resident here for 20 years, lived at 5811 Stresemann
St.. She was a native of London and was a naturalized citizen of the United
States.
Surviving are her husband, Walter A., and two sisters.

ROBERT H. SAGER
Services for Robert H. Sager, 66, a county resident for 44 years, will be
held at 10:30 a.m. tomorrow at Berge Roberts Mortuary. Burial will be in
Glen Abbey Memorial Park.
Mr. Sager, who died yesterdsy, lived at 241 E. 4th St., National City. He
was a native of New York.
He had been employed at the Butterfield Ranch resort in Julian. He also
worked at the 32nd St. Naval Station for 20 years.
Mr. Sager was a member of the First United Methodist Church of National
City and the Southwest Masonic Lodge 283 F & AM. Services will be under the
auspices of the lodge and the Rev. Robert Davis, pastor of First United
Methodist Church.
Serviving are a Daughter, Mrs. Donna M. Cowan of La Mesa; a son, and five
grandchildren.
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San Diego Tribune
March 20, 1970

HOWARD L. LEEDOM
Masonic services for Howard L. Leedom, 71, of 3634 Copley Ave., will be at
11 am tomorrow by the s. W. Hackett Lodge 574, F&AM, in Greenwood Mortuary
followed by entombment in Greenwood Mausoleum.
Mr Leedom, a native of Missouri, was an area resident 23 years, He died
Wednesday.
He was a retired bookkeeper.
Mr. Leedom was a member of Lancaster (Mo.) Lodge 259, F&AM.
Surviving are his widow, Edith; three daughters, including Mrs. Ruth M.
Shoemaker of San Diego; a brother; two sisters, 11 grandchildren, and five
great grandchildren.

PAUL J. ROUSSEAU
El Cajon - Rosary for Paul J. rousseau, 60, of 626 Prescott Ave., will be
at 7:30 tonight in Paris Mortuary.
Mr. Rousseau, a native of Michigan, was an area resident 35 years. He died
Monday.
Requiem Mass will be said at 9 am tomorrow in Holy Trinity Catholic
Church. Burial arrangements are pending.
He was a service station attendant.
Survivors are his widow, Dorothy; three sons, Karl of Santee, Richard and
Robert of El Cajon; tow daughters, Karen and Susan of El Cajon; two
sisters, Mrs. Vera Krause of National City and Mrs. Geraldine Hollis of
Chula Vista and three grandchildren.

MRS FAUSTENA T. YOUNG
Services for Mrs. Faustena T. Young, 89, of 2707 44th St., will be at 9 am
tomorrow by Rebekah Lodge 137, IOOF; in Greenwood Mortuary followed by
cremation.
Mrs Young, a native of Massachusetts was an area resident 53 years. She
died Sunday.
Surviving are her dauighter, Mrs. Eileen Stead of San Diego; a son; six
grandchildren, and 18 great grandchildren.
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San Diego Tribune
April 7, 1988

ORPHA E. BREMER
Services for Orpha E. Bremer, 73, of Tierrasanta, will be at 1 pm tomorrow
in All Saints Episcopal Church. Entombment will be in Greenwood Mausoleum.
Greenwood Mortuary is in charge. She died Monday in a hospital.
Mrs. Bremer was born in Illinois and lived in the county 50 years. She had
been a homemaker.
Survivors include two daughters, Joan Bremer and Patricia James, both of
San Diego, a brother, Henry Fogerty of Escondido, and two grandchildren.

RIAN L. WILLIAMS
Memorial services for Rian L. Williams, 27, of El Cajon, will be at 3 pm
Sunday in Rolando United Methodist Church. Burial will be in Greenwood
Memorial Park. Greenwood Mortuary is in chare. He died Tuesday in a hospital.
Mr. Williams was born in El Cajon and was a Denny's Restaurant cook.
Survivors include his wife, Connie; a daughter, Chorynia, and his mother,
Margaret, all of El Cajon; his father, Robert, of Salinas; his paternal
grandmother, Lela Williams of El Cajon; and his maternal grandfather,
Milton windham of Santee. The family suggested donations to the church or
the San Diego Chapter of the Leukemia Society of America.

RICHARD T. COXETER
Memorial services for Richard T. Coxeter, 79, of Mission Hills, will be at
10 am tomorrow in First Lutheran Church in San Diego. Cremation was planned
by the Neptune Society, with ashes to be scattered at sea. He died
yesterday in a hospital.
Mr. coxeter was born in Conecticut and lived in the county 56 years. He
had been a jeweler and was a Convair engineer for 19 years.
Survivors include his wife, Margaret; three daughters, Mary Lou Nagle of
El Cajon and Julie Roth and Anne Wolford, both of Pleasanton; seven
grandchildren; and two great grandchildren. The family suggested donations
to charity.
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JAEGER COUPLE'S SERVICES HELD
Services for Ambrose "Andy" Jaeger, 68, and his wife, Jayne, 60, were
today in Greenwood Mortuary. Cremation has taken place.
Mr. Jaeger died Sunday at the family home in Chula Vista. Mrs. Jaeger died
Monday in a hospital.
Mr. Jaeger was born in Wisconsin and lived in the county 25 years. His
wife was born in Chicago and lived in the county 30 years.
Mr. Jaeger had been a salesman for Greenwood Memorial Park, and his wife
was a clerk-typist for the Elks Lodge in Chula Vista.
He was a member of the lodge and the Fleet Reserve Association and his
wife was a member of the lodge's Emblem Club.
Surviving are two daughters, including Ann Kaltner of Chula Vista; a son,
Joseph M. Braun Jr. of San Diego; and three grandchildren
Mr. Jaeger's survivors include two sisters, Esther Corey of Chula Vista
and Paula Bowe of Escondido.
Mrs. Jaeger's survivors include her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F.L. Conrad of
San Diego, and three brothers.
Note: Born 23 Jan 1914; Died 28 Feb 1982

MARY GEROCHE JOHNSON
A rosary for Mary Geroche Johnson, 67, wil be recited at 7 tonight in
Erickson-Anderson Mortuary, where a prayer service will be conducted at 11
a.m. tomorrow. Burial will be in Holy Cross Cemetery.
Mrs. Johnson, a Spring Valley resident, died Sunday in a hospital.
She was born in San Diego and lived in the county all her life. She was a
homemaker and a member of the Alpha Iota Chapter of Epsilson Sigma sorority.
Surviving are her husband, U. Sherman, two daughters; her mother, Katie
Soper, and a brother, Victor Geroche, both of San Diego; and two
grandchildren.
Note: Died 28 Feb 1982

PETE DALLA JR.
A rosary for Pete Dalla Jr., 61, a construction worker, will be recited a
8:15 tonight in St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church, where a Mass will be said
at 9 a.m. tomorrow Burial with military honors will be in El Camino
Memorial Park.
Mr. Dalla, a Spring Valley resident, died Tuesday in a hospital.
He was born in Tacoma, Wash., and lived in the county 34 years. Before
working in construction, he served in the Navy, retiring as a chief petty
officer. He was a member of the Fleet Reserve Association and Knights of
Columbus No. 4258
Surviving are his wife, Nancy, a son, Michael Dalla, a National City
councilman, a daughter, Patty Wilson of Bonita; a sister, two brothers; and
two grandchildren.
Berge-Roberts Mortuary is in charge.
Note: Died 02 Mar 1982

ALLEN E. HUMPHREY
A graveside service will be counducted at 10 a.m. tomorrow in El Cajon
Cemetery for Allen E. Humphrey, 91, an El Cajon resident who died Tuesday
in a hospital. Paris Mortuary is in charge.
Mr. Humphrey was born in Montana.
He lived in the county 75 years and was the owner and operator of the H&H
Auto Wrecking Co. for 30 years. After retiring in 1962, he raised quarter
horses.
Surviving ar his wife, Myrna; two daughters, Margaret Starr of Lemon Grove
and Sharon Bryan of El Cajon; one son; two brothers, including Merrill, of
San Diego; a sister; one grandson, and two great-grandchildren.
Note: Died 02 Mar 1982

LISA J. MILLER TO BE BURIED IN FLORIDA
Burial for Lisa J. Miller, 31, a Poway resident who died Tuesday, has been
planned in Clearwater, Fla.. Visitation at Poway-Bernardo Mortuary will be
from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday. No services are planned here.
A spokesman for the corner's office said Mrs. Miller died from a single
gunshot to the head. Police arrested a merchant seaman.
Mrs. Miller was born in Washington state and lived in the county about two
years. She was business manager for a mail-order company and also a
part-time belly dancer.
Surviving are her husband, Frederick of Daly City; one daughter, Kirsten
of Poway; her mother; and two brothers.

BILLY MASON
A Masonic memorial service was conducted today at Berry-Bell and Hall
Mortuary in Fallbrook for Billy "Moose" Mason, 59, a Fallbrook resident who
died Feb. 25 at his home. Cremation was planned.
Mr. Mason was born in West Virginia, lived in the county 25 years and was
a bartender after retiring from 22 years in the Marine Corps.. He was a
member of the Fallbrook Elks Lodge.
Surviving are one aunt and two cousins.
Note: Died 25 Feb. 1982

ORELAND SPENCER
A service will be conducted at 1 p.m. tomorrow in the El Cajon Elks Lodge
for former lodge president Oreland "Spence" Spencer, 64, a La Mesa resident
who died Tuesday in a hospital. Cremation was planned under the direction
of El Cajon Mortuary.
Mr. Spencer was born in Arkansas, lived in the county 48 years and was a
civilian engineer for the Navy 37 years. He served in the Navy for five
years before World War II and was a square-dance caller for about 15 years.
Surviving are his wife, Martha; two daughters; one brother; a sister; and
two grandchildren.
Note: Born 1 Feb 1918 ; Died 02 Mar 1982

GEORGE R TIEMANN JR. SERVICES CONDUCTED
Services for George R. Tiemann Jr., custodian at Central Christian Church,
were today at the church. Entombment was in Greenwood Mausoleum.
Mr. Tiemann, a North Park resident, died Saturday in a hospital.
He was born in St. Louis and lived her 40 years.
Surviving are his wife, Ruth; three sons, Scott, Robin and George, all of
San Diego; four daughters, including Penny Kimbrel, Shirley Tiemann and
Debbie Atkinson, all of San Diego, and seven grandchildren.
Greenwood Mortuary was in charge.
Note: Born 21 Oct 1918 ; Died 27 Feb 1982

PETER ARNOLD
A service will be conducted at 11 a.m. tomorrow in Greater Jackson
Memorial Church in God and Christ for Peter Arnold, 50, a Southeast San
Diego resident who died Saturday in a hospital. Burial will follow in La
Vista Memorial Park.
Mr. Arnold was born in Florida, lived in the county 28 years and was a
house-painter most of his life.
Surviving are four sisters, Vernell Thomas, Sadie Rackley, Gussie Hill and
Annie Reid, and six brothers, including Freddie Arnold and Philip
Arnold-Johner, all of San Diego.
Note: Died 27 Feb 1982

MARTHA MCGUIRE
Services for Martha McGuire, 82, were today in Greenwood Mortuary. Burial
was in Greenwood Memorial Park.
Mrs. McGuire died Sunday in her home in East San Diego. She was born in
Mississippi, lived here 25 years and was a homemaker.
Surviving are a son, two grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
Died 28 Feb 1982
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The Tribune-Sun
March 22, 1948

ISAAC RUBIN, 72, DIES SUDDENLY
 Isaac Rubin, of Los Angeles, 72, owner of Rubin's clothing store here
from 1912 to 1942, died unexpectedly in a local hotel yesterday. He had
come here to visit a son, Ben B. Rubin, attorney.
Mr. Rubin came here in 1912 from Dublin, Ireland, and established the
store on Seventh Ave. and Broadway. He sold it in 1942, retired and moved
to Los Angeles.
Survivors are his widow, Mrs. Miriam Rubin, of Los Angeles; a daughter,
Mrs. A. Tenenbaum, of Long Beach; three sons, Myer and Edward E. Rubin,
both of Los Angleles, and Ben Rubin, of San Diego; three sisters, Mrs. Ben
Rittoff, of San Diego, and two others who reside in Ireland, and three
grandchildren.
Services will be at 11 a.m., tomorrow in Johnson-Saum Chapel here,
Entombment will be in Home of Peace Mausoleum, Los Angeles.

F. ROSS DYE
Services for F. Ross Dye, 75, retired farmer, who died Saturday in his
home, 1545 S. Forty-seventh St., will be conducted by Dr. George A. Warmer
at 2 p.m. Wednesday in Bonham Brothers Chapel. Emtombment will be in
Cypress View Mausoleum.
Mr. Dye was born in Indiana. He had resided here 27 years.
Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Mary B. Dye, of San Diego; two sons, C. O.
Dye, of Los Angeles, and Jack R. Dye, of La Mesa; a daughter, Nrs. Hazel
Hull, of San Diego; five sisters, Miss Luella Dye, of Los Angeles; Miss
Lottie Dye and Mrs. Harry Major, of San Diego; Mrs. Della Littrell, of
Kansas City, Mo., and Mrs. Sally Boyce, of Oklahoma, and a brother, T. J.
Dye , also of Oklahoma.

HARLEN E. CRAWFORD
Services for Harlan English Crawford of 4511 Saratoga Ave., Ocean Beach,
who died yesterday, wil be conducted at 2 p.m. Wednesday in Beardsley
Funeral Home Chapel, Ocean Beach. Rev. Paul Biesmyer, of Point Loma
Methodist Church, will officiate.
Mr. Crawford came here from Texas 8 years ago. He was employed by
Consolidated Vultee Aircraft Corp.
Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Alma Crawfdord; three daughters, Mrs. J. V.
Waggoner and Mrs. C. H. Williams, of Ocean Beach, and Mrs. James S. Smith,
of Bowie, Tex.; a son, M/Sgt. W. J. Crawford, USMC, of Santa Ana; a sister,
Mrs. Blanche Schultz, of Olney, Tex., and eight grandchildren.

MRS. NELL KERLIN
Funeral arrangements are pending at the Coronado mortuary for Mrs. Nell
Kerlin, 74, a resident of Hotel Del Coronado, who died in a Coronado
hospital yesterday after being stricken with a heart ailment. She was the
widow of John F. Kerlin. A son, Louis J. Kerlin, of Larchmont, N.Y., survives.

JOHN WESLEY COUNCIL
National City, March 22 (Special)-- Funeral arrangements were pending
today at Johnson-Saum Mortuary, San Diego, for John Wesley Council, 4, who
died of leukemia yesterday in a San Diego hospital after a 6-month illness.
Surviving are his mother, Mrs. Paula Council, and a brother, Richard, both
of 718 W. Fourteenthe St., National City, and his grandmother, Mrs.
Ydelfonsa Silva, of San Diego.

RITES AT BEACH FOR LOREN SMITH
Rites for Loren Smith, 54, real estate broker, of 813 Sunset Court,
Mission Beach, who died Saturday, will be conducted by Rev. William Bolton
at 11 a.m. Wednesday in Beardsley's Funeral Chapel, Ocean Beach. Cremation
will follow.
Survivors ar his wife, Mrs. Helen Smith; two daughters, Mrs. Lillian
Powell, of Sacramento, and Mrs. Lorraine England, of Stockton, and three
grandchildren.

GUS STAMOS
Services for Gus Stamos (Stamatopoulos), 56, who died Friday, will be
held at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Greek Orthodox Church. Burial will be in
Mt. Hope Cemetery.
Mr. Stamos came to the United States from Greece 42 years ago. He resided
here 40 years, having been employed in wholesale produce markets.
Survivors are a son, George Stamos, of San Diego, and three cousins,
Peter and Sam Stamatopoulos, of San Diego, and Louise Stamatopoulos, of
Long Beach.

MRS. MARY J. HOYT
Rites for Mrs. Mary J. Hoyt, 52, of 5097 W. Point Loma Blvd., who died
here Wednesday, will be conducted at 10 a.m. tomorrow in Beardsley's
Funeral Home Chapel. Burial will be in Mt. Hope Cemetery.

MRS. SARA TREAT
Private services will be conducted tomorrow in Lewis Colonial Chapel for
Miss Sara Winslow Treat, 83, of 3012 Thirtieth St., who died Saturday in a
local rest home. Cremation will follow.
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San Diego Tribune
July 21, 1958

JACOB M. BOAZ FUNERAL HELD
Services were held today in Lewis Colonial Mortuary for the Rev. Jacob M.
Boaz, 79, of 2919 Thorn St.. Burial was in Mount Hope Cemetary.
The Rev. Mr. Boaz died Friday in his home. He was a minister in the Church
of the Brethren 41 years, including four years here. He retired several
years ago.
Survivors are his widow, Edna; two sons, Gladden, San Diego, and Royce,
Dallas, Tex.; a brother, the Rev. William Boaz, Trenton, N.J.; a sister,
Mrs. Sally Godshall of Pennsylvania, and five grandchildren.

JESSE J. MCINTOSH
Graveside services for Jessie J. McIntosh, 70, of 1547 Granada Ave., will
be held at 9:30 a.m. Thursday in Ft. Rosecrans National Cemetery. Lewis
Colonial Mortuary has charge.
Mr. McIntosh, a retired Army master sergeant, died Saturday in a hospital.
He was born in Kentucky and moved here 21 years ago.
Survivors are his widow, Norma; two stepsons, and a stepdaughter.

ROBERT E. L. POWELL
Robert E. L. Powell, 68, a retired civil service employe, died yesterday
in his home, 3509 Jemez St. Born in Texas, he moved here in 1941.
Survivors are his widow, Aura; a daughter, Mrs. Elsie Loudermilk; a son,
Troy L., San Diego; five brothers, three sisters, and four grandchildren.
Services will be held at 10 a.m. tomorrow in Pacific Beach Mortuary.
Burial will be in Mount Hope Cemetery.

JOHN E. MYERLY
John E. Myerly, 76, a retired carpenter who had lived here 55 years, died
yesterday in his home, 4850 67th St. He was born in Kansas.
Mr. Myerly was a member of the Carpenters Union.
He leaves his widow, Kate; three daughters, Mrs. Garnet Harmon, of Los
Angeles; Mrs. Opal McAfee of San Gabriel, and Mrs. Georgia Dorney, of San
Diego, two brothers, two sisters, three grandchildren and eight
great-grandchildren.
Services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday in Benbough Mortuary. Burial
will be in Greenwood Cemetery.
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San Diego Tribune
October 11, 1977

SCHINDLER BURIAL RITE HELD TODAY
Services were held today for Scott Schindler, 21, who died in an
automobile crash near Marysville, Friday night. Burial followed in El
Camino Memeorial Park.
Mr. Schindler, who attended California State University at Chico, was
graduated from Patrick Henry High School. He was an assistant basketball
coach at the John Wooden Basketball Camp in the summer of 1976. He attended
United States International University last year and played basketball for
the school team.
Survivors include his father, Ernest, and his mother, Jean; a sister, Gail
Fogelman, of San Diego; his brother, Neil, of Lakeside, his paternal
grandmother, Gussie Schindler of San Diego, and his maternal grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gulko of San Diego.
The family has created a Scott Schindler Memorial Scholarship Fund at
Chico State and suggests contributions to the fund.

GRACE GOODPASTER
Santee - Memorial services will be held at 1 p.m. tomorrow for Grace M.
Goodpaster at Carroll's Mortuary in El Cajon. Cremation is planned.
Mrs. Goodpaster, 87, of 9443 Pearlwood Rd., died Sunday. A homemaker, she
had been a county resident 67 years.
Surviving are her husband, Floyd; a daughter, Mrs. Margie Starr, of San
Diego; her son, James B. Humphreys, of San Diego; four grandchildren and
one great-grandchild.

ROBERT BURGI
Chula Vista - Rosary for Robert Joe Louie Burgi will be recited at 7
tonight at Carroll's Mortuary. Mass will be said at 9 a.m. tomorrow at Holy
Trinity Roman Catholic Church, with burial to follow at Holy Cross Cemetery.
Mr. Burgi, 47, of 244 Palomar Ave., died Sunday. A native of El Centro, he
had been a county resident for 35 years and was employed as a dairyman.
Surviving are his two brothers, Ernest and Henry Burgi, both of Imperial
Beach; and three sisters, Gertrude Burgi and Ella Chavez, both of Imperial
Beach, and Theresa Estrada of El Cajon.

PHYLLIS NAPIER
El Cajon - Services for Phyllis V. Napier, 47, of 553 S. Magnolia Ave.,
will be held at 10 a.m. tomorrow at Carroll's Mortuary. Entombment will
follow at Glen Abbey Mausoleum. She died Sunday.
A native of Illinois, Mrs. Napier had resided in the county 27 years.
She is survived by her husband, Walter, and a daughter, Tamara Parker.

ROSAMAUDE COOK
Chula Vista - Services for Rosamaude Cook, 77, will be held at 1 p.m.
tomorrow at Rogers Mortuary. Burial will follow at El Camino Memorial Park.
Mrs. Cook, of 1444 Hermosa St., died Sunday. A native of Kansas, she had
been a county resident 37 years and had worked 10 years in escrow offices
of Security Pacific Bank. She was a member of the Chula Vista Church of the
Nazarene.
Survivors include her daughrter, Mrs. Betty Murray of Chula Vista; her
sister, three grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.

GERALD L. MORRIS
A blessing service was held today for Gerald LeRoy Morris, 33, of 2708
Broadway. Mr. Morris died Saturday. Burial followed at Holy Cross Cemetery.
Mr. Morris was a native of San Diego and was granduated from San Diego
High School.
A welder, he was employed by San Diego Marine Construction.
Mr. Morris is survived by his son, Tyrone; his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Berger Morris; a brother, David Morris of National City, and two sisters,
Mrs. Judith L. Reed and Mrs. Linda Towson.
Goodbody's Mortuary was in charge of arrangements.

ELMER G. STODDARD
Rosary for Elmer G. Stoddard, 68, of 4666 Boundary St., will be recited
tonight at 7 in Greenwood Mortuary. Services will be tomorrow at 1 p.m. in
the funeral home, followed by burial in El Camino Memorial Park.
Mr. Stoddard, who died Friday at his home, was a watchman for San Diego
County. He served in the Navy during World War II, and was a member of the
Fleet Reserve Assn., Branch 6, and the Veterans of Foreign Wars.
He is survived by his wife, Alice; his mother, a sister and a brother; two
grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.

HELEN C. SMITH
Graveside services were held today at Mt. Hope Cemetery for Helen C.
Smith, 72, owner of Smith Shade and Linoleum Shop in North Park. She died
Saturday in a hospital.
Mrs. Smith, of 12605 Mapleview St., Lakeside, was a native of New York.
She lived here for 60 years.
She was a member of the Silvergate Chapter, Order of Eastern Star; North
Park Businessmen's Club and the North Park Soroptimist Club. She was also
an organist for the Brooklyn Heights Presbyterian Church.
Mrs. Smith is survived by her daughter, Anita Paradowski, of Lakeside; a
sister, Ruth Galan, of San Diego, and three grandchildren. Greenwood
Mortuary is in charge of arrangements.

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