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San Diego Tribune
December 1, 1970

MRS. EVELYN SMITH SERVICES SCHEDULED
Services for Mrs. Evelyn Daw Smith, 58, general chairman of the National
Shakespeare Festivals here in 1961 and 1962 will be held at 1 p.m. tomorrow
in Bendough Mortuary. Burial will be in El Camino Memorial Park.
Mrs. Smith, of 2448 Presidio Drive, died Sunday. She was a county resident
18 years. She was featured in a 1937 motion picture entitled "Something To
Sing About", with James Cagney. After working in motion pictures, she spent
11 years singing operatta for the Shubert Brothers in New York.
In San Diego, Mrs. Smith was named as a Woman of Valor for Culture in
1962. She was a former member of the board of directors of the Old Globe
Theater and a member of the San Diego Symphony Association. The wife of Dr.
Steward H. Smith , a gynecologist, she once served as chariman of the
harvest Holiday Ball sponsored by the Woman's Auxiliary of the county
medical society.
Surviving in addition to her husband are her mother; two sons, Steward Jr.
and Gregory, both of San Diego; two daughters and two brothers.

MRS. RUTH E. RIGHTER
Services for Mrs. Ruth Emelle Righter, 69, of 3879 1/2 39th. St., will be
held at 10 a.m. tomorrow in Cypress View Mortuary. Embombment will be in
Cypress View Mausoleum.
A county resident for 31 years, she was a native of New York. Mrs. Righter
once worked as a nurse in San Diego. She was a member of the Vocational
Nurses League of California. She died yesterday.
Surviving are a brother and a sister.

REX C. WEST
Santee - Services for Rex C. West, 64, a retired railroad conductor, will
be held at 11 a.m. tomorrow in Paris Mortuary. Burial will be in Greenwood
Memorial Park.
A native of North Carolina, he was a county resident eight months. He died
Friday. He was a former member of the North Carolina Moose Lodge, Woodmen
of the World and Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, He resided at 10112
Three Oaks Way.
Surviving are his widow, Ruth; a daughter, Mrs. Mary Atkinson of San
Diego; three grandchildren and four sisters.

CHARLES F. TIMMS
Jamul - Private services for Charles F. Timms, 62, of 132 Lyons Valley
Road, will be held at 10:30 a.m. tomorrow in Greenwood Mortuary, Inurnment
will be in Greenwood Nausoleum. He died Sunday.
A county resident for 33 years, Mr. Timms was a native of Canada. He was a
stock clerk at Solar Division of Inrernational Harvester Co.
Surviving are a son, Carl of Jamul; two daughters, a brother, a sister and
12 grandchildren.

JOE V. NIGRO
Rosary for Joe V. Nigro, 89, of 2043 Ocean View Blvd., will be recited at
7:30 p.m. tomorrow in Bonham Brothers Mortuary, Mass will be said at 9 a.m.
Thursday in St. Anne's Catholic Church. Emtombment wil be in Holy Cross
Mausoleum.
A county resident since 1908, Mr. Nigro was a native of Italy. He retired
in 1942 as owner of Barletta Winery in San Diego. He died yesterday.
Surviving are three sons, Victor, Joe Jr. and Louie, all of San Diego;
five daughters, including Mrs. Rosie Jacobelly and Mrs. Ella Patterson,
both of San Diego; 12 grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren and a
sister, Mrs. Rose Ditomaso of San Diego.

FRANK DARRAH
Services for Cmdr. Frank Darrah, USN, ret., 57, who died Sunday, will be
held at 1 p.m. tomorrow in Greenwood Mortuary. Entombment will be in
Greenwood Mausoleum.
Cmdr. Darrah, of 4566 52nd St., joined the Navy in 1939. He served in
Guadalcanal, the Philippine Islands and Alaska during his career. He was
made a sonar school commander in 1955 in San Diego. He retired in 1958.
He was a member of East San Diego Lodge 561, F&AM; -Royal Arch Masons 143;
Al Bahr Shrine an the Retired Officers Association. He was born in
Missouri. He was a county resident 37 years.
Surviving ar his widow, Margaret; four brothers, including Ralph of Chula
Vista, and two sisters, including Mrs. Geneva Helm of Chula Vista. The
family suggests contributions to the Crippled Children's Fund of Al Bahr
Shrine.

ALEXANDER N. ESPARZA
Rosary for Alexander N. Esparza, 54, of 2734 Reynard Way, will be recited
7:30 tonight in Goodbody's Ivy Chapel.
Mr. Exparza, a native San Diegan and lifetime resident, was fatally
injured Saturday when he was struck by a car as he attempted to cross State
67 near Prospect Ave. in El Cajon.
Requiem Mass will be said at 10 a.m. tomorrow in Christ the King Catholic
Church followed by burial in Mount Hope Cemetery.
Mr. Esparza was a construction worker for the past five years. He was a
member Labor Union Local 89, AFL.
He was a Purple Heart veteran of World War II, having served with the Army
in combat.
Surviving are his widow, Petra; four sons, Cesar, Edward, Nicholas and
Alexander Jr.; three daughters, Teresa, Evangelina and Ramona Exparza; two
step-daughters, Mrs. Carman Padilla and Mrs. Ramona Hartenstein; three
brothers, Paul, Alfred and George Esparza; a sister, Miss Betty Esparza,
all of the San Diego area and 10 grandchildren.
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Tribune Sun
November 4, 1949

MRS. EDITH M. HARTLETT
Services for Mrs. Edith M. Hartlett, 57, of 840 S. Forty-sixth St., will
be at 9:30 a.m. tomorrow in Heath Brothers Chapel, National City. Burial
will be in Mt. Hope Cemetery.
Mrs. Hartlett died Wednesday in a local hospital. She was born in New York
and had resided here since 1937.
Survivors are her husband, Leonard C. Hartlett; a son, Leonard C. Hartlett
Jr., of Alameda; two daughters, Mrs. Dorothy Baker, of Alameda, and Mrs.
Mildred Smith, of San Diego; three sisters, Mrs. Lenora Cooke, of
Longridge, Conn., Mrs. Mabel Lamb, of Greenwood, Miss., and Mrs. Margaret
Watson, of Stanford, Conn., and three grandchildren.

DR. DONALD T. BABCOCK
Services were arranged for 1 p.m. today in Forest Lawn Church of the
Resessional, Los Angeles, for Dr. Donald T. Babcock, 52, Los Angeles
surgeon. His mother, Mrs. Henry C. Babcock, and two brothers, Hubert J. and
John H. Babcock, reside here.
The family asks that no flowers be sent and that instead contributions be
made to the Shrine Hospital for Crippled Children in Los Angeles.
Dr. Babcock died Wednesday in a Los Angeles hospital. His wife, Mrs.
Margaret Babcock; his mother and brothers survive.
Dr. Babcock was a prominent Mason and was active in the American Legion,
having been a founder member and first commander of Dr. Albert Soiland
post. he served 33 months in the China-Burma Theater in the Medical Corps
in World War II.
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San Diego Tribune
February 20, 1964

MRS. ANNA T. PURACHA
Services for Mrs. Anna T. Puracha, 55, of 3741 Narragansett Ave., will be
held at noon tomorrow at St George's Serbian Orthodox Church. Burial will
be in Ft. Rosecrans National Cemetery.
Mrs. Puracha, a native of Pennsylvania, died Tuesday. She had lived here
19 years.
Surviving are two sisters, inchuding Mrs. Helen Thoma of San Diego, and
two brothers.

MRS. HULDA WUEST
Services for Mrs. Hulda Wuest, 81, of 3013 Horton Ave., were held
yesterday. Cremation is planned with Inurnment at Cypress View Mausoleum
Mrs. Wuest, a native of Wisconsin, died Tuesday. She had lived in the
county for 54 years.
Surviving are her husband, Albert; a son, Henry of San Diego; a daughter,
Mrs. Hermina A Morton; and four grandchildren.

MRS. MINNIE M. HARTLETT
Services for Mrs. Minnie M. Hartlett, 59, of 2276 Comstock St., will be
held at 9 a.m. tomorrow in Greenwood Memorial Park.
Mrs. Hartlett, a native of Oklahoma, died Tuesday. She was a member of the
Woodmen of the World.
Surviving are three sons, including Leonard and Willard of San Diego; two
daughters, Mrs. Felicia Chamborlain and Mrs. Opal Minton of San Diego and
14 grandchildren.

AUBREY TAYLOR
Services for Aubrey Taylor, 53, of 3287 Myrtle Ave., will be held at 1
p.m. tomorrow in Greenwood Mortuary. Burial will be in Greenwood Memorial
Park.
Mr. Taylor, a native of Kentucky, died yesterday. He lived here 19 years.
He was an upholsterer for an auto dealer.
Surviving are his widow, Lila; two sons, Donald and Alan of San Diego, and
two brothers.
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San Diego Tribune
February 1, 1966

JULIUS H. DEBRIES
Services will be held at 2:30 p.m. tomorrow in Bonham Brothers Mortuary
for Julius H. DeVries, 74, of 242 11th St., a resident here 36 years.
Mr. DeVries, a native of Holland was a gardener at the time of his death
Saturday.
Surviving is a brother.
Burial will be in Greenwood Memorial Park.

MRS. ESTHER M. TORRES
The Rosary will be recited at 8:15 tonight in Goodbody's Ivy Chapel for
Mrs. Ester M. Torres, 65, of 220 22nd St., a native of Mexico who lived in San
Diego 38 years.
  Mass will be said at 9 a.m. tomorrow in Our Lady of Guadalupe Church,
followed by burial in Holy Cross Cemetery. Mrs. Torres died Saturday.
Surviving are two nieces, Mrs. Enriqueta Gonzales and Mrs. Lola Burpee,
both of San Diego.

WARREN W. WRAY
Services for Warren W. Wray, 74, of 5472 25th St., a retireed engine
foreman for a railroad, will be held at 2:30 p.m. tomorrow in Lewis
Colonial Mortuary, followed by burial in Mr. Hope Cemetery.
Mr. Wray, a native of Illinois, died Saturday. He had lived in San Diego
for 10 years.
Surviving are his widow, Maude L., two stepsons including Archie L. Moss
of San Diego and a brother.

GEORGE T. WOODALL
Services for George T. Woodall, 63, of 4369 38th St., a resident here for
32 years, will be held at 4 p.m. tomorrow in Lewis Colonial Mortuary.
Mr. Woodall, a native of Arkansas, died Sunday. He was a building contractor.
Surviving are three sisters and three brothers.
Out-of-state burial arrangements are pending.

MRS. DOTTIE R. MENTZ
Services for Mrs. Dottie R. Mentz, 83, of 6939 Eberhart St., a San Diego
resident for 27 years, will be held at 11 a.m. tomorrow in Greenwood Mortuary.
Mrs. Mentz a native of Minnesota, died Sunday.
Surviving are three daughters, including Mrs. Genevieve Keogh of San
Diego, six grandchildren and 24 great-grandchildren.
Entombment will be in Green-

MRS. CARMEL M. DOUCET
Mrs. Carmel M. Doucet, 62, of 1376 Wilbur St., a garage owner and San
Diego resident for 26 years, died yesterday.
Mrs. Doucet, a native of Wisconsin, was owner of Duke's Garage in Pacific
Beach.
Surviving are three sisters and a brother.
The Rosary will be recited at 7:30 tonight in Greenwood Mortuary Mass will
be said at 9 a.m. tomorrow in St. Brigid's Catholic Church, followed by
entombment in Greenwood Mausoleum.
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The Tribune
June 18, 1986

JEWEL R. GARTON
Graveside services for Jewel R. Garton, 81, of North Park, were today in
Glen Abbey Memorial Park. Humphrey Mortuary was in charge. She died
Saturday in a hospital.
Mrs. Garton, a native of Nebraska, lived in the county 76 years and was a
homemaker.
Survivors include a daughter Elaine, of San Diego; a brother, Ray Johnson
of Pasadena and three grandchildren.

ELMER H. KOGLER
Services for Elmer H. Kogler, 74, of Chula Vista, will be at 7 tonight in
Our Redemmer Lutheran Church. Graveside services will be at 11 a.m.
tomorrow in St. John's Lutheran Cemetery in Orange. Humphrey Mortuary is in
charge. He died Saturday in a hospital.
Mr. Kogler, a native of Orange, lived in the county 51 years. He was a
self-employed certified public accountant for 25 years.
Survivors include his wife, Marsha; two daughters, Joyce Green of San
Diego and Mary Amendolagine of New Mexico; two sons, Henry, of Missouri,
and Robert, of San Pedro; three sisters, Inez, Evelyn Ream and Carolyn
Harms, all of Orange; and nine grandchildren. The family suggested
donations to "The Southern California Lutheran Hour" or "The International
Lutheran Hour."

GLADYS STRUM
Services for Gladys Strum, 91, of Chula Vista, were today in Greenwood
Mortuary. Entombment was in Greenwood Mausoleum. She died Sunday in a
hospital.
Mrs. Strum was a native of Illinois. She lived in the county 27 years and
was a homemaker.
Survivors include two daughters, Betty Coleman of Oklahoma and Shirley
Franklin of San Diego three sons, Herchel Ownbey of National City and
Richard and James Ownbey, both of Hemet; 17 grandchildren; 15
great-grandchildren; and two grest-great-grandchildren.

EVE R. BORCHARDT
Services for Eve R. Borchardt, 93, of La Jolla, will be at 11:30 a.m.
tomorrow in El Camino Mortuary. Burial will be in El Camino Memorial Park.
She died Friday in a hospital.
Mrs. Borchardt, a native of Chicago, lived in the county 29 years. She had
been a commercial artist for the Coffman and Fabray Co.
Survivors include a son, Edward, and a son-in-law, Douglas L. Inman, both
of San Diego; and two grandsons.

LAURETTA M. SWAPP
A rosary for Lauretta M. Swapp, 81, of Linda Vista, will be recited at 7
tonight in Goodbody Boulevard Chapel. A Mass will be said at 9 a.m.
tomorrow in Blessed Sacrament Roman Catholic Church. She died Sunday in a
hospital.
Mrs. Swapp was born in North Dakota, lived in the county 44 years and was
a San Diego Unified School District cafeteria worker for 10 years. She was
a member of Holy Family Catholic Church and its Altar Society. she
celebrated her 54th wedding anniversary June 8.
Suvivors include her husband. Howard; two sons, Thomas, of San Diego, and
Howard, of Illinois; a daughter, Janet Lachman, and a sister, Richadean
Burrows, both of San Diego; two brothers, Gilbert Wolfe of El Cajon and
Burnett Wolfe of San Marcos; 10 grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren.
The family suggested donations to the St. Vincent de Paul Center.
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San Diego Tribune
October 18, 1973

HILMER SEVERIN SERVICE PLANNED
La Mesa--Services for Hilmer T. Severin, retired real estate broker, home
builder and designer of the Severin Roadster automobile of 1918, will be
held at 11 a.m. tomorrow at Greenwood Mortuary.
Mr. Severin, of 9299 Lemon Ave., died yesterday. He was 87.
A native of Kansas and a county resident 30 years, he was a retired vice
president of the Severin, Garzenelli & Stenbeck Real Estate Co., and was
the broker who arrranged for the first FHA-approved commitment and loan for
the Kensington-Talmadge area of San Diego.
Mr. Severin was a member of the San Diego and La Mesa board of realtors;
the California Real Estate Assn.; the National Institute of Real Estate
Brokers, and a former statistician and tax assessor.
His Severin Roadster was built and marketed from 1918 to 1921.
He is survived by his wife, Selma (Sally); one son; two brothers, includng
John S. Severin of La Mesa; two sisters, including Mrs. Anna White of San
Diego; two grandchildren, and seven great-grandchildren.
Entombment will be in Greenwood Mausoleum.

MYRTLE D. WRIGHT
Memorial services for Myrtle D. Wright, 81, of 1166 12th Ave. will be held
at 10 a.m. tomorrow in the Old World Chapel of Cypress View Mortuary.
Mrs. Wright, a native of Utah and a county resident 65 years, was the
retired owner and operator of the Victor Doyle Co., a San Diego art and
picture framing firm. She also was a member of the Senior Citizens Club.
Survivors include two nieces, Mrs. Jeanne Datton, and Miss Marion Doyle of
San Diego.
Inurnment will be in Cypress View Mausoleum.
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San Diego Tribune
June 13, 1970

SERVICES SCHEDULED MONDAY FOR THERESA HOOLEY, LIBRARIAN
Rosary for Theresa C. Hooley, 76, of 2645 33rd St., will be recited at 7
p.m. tomorrow in Goodbody's Ivy Chapel. Requiem Mass will be said 9 a.m.
Monday in St. Patrick's Church.
Burial will be in Holy Cross Cemetery.
Miss Hooley was a native of Iowa. She was a city librarian in the San
Diego Public Library for 15 years. She was city librarian in Cedar Rapids,
Iowa, before coming here 44 years ago.
She died Wednesday in a hospital.
She was a member of St. Patrick's Catholic Church and a former regent of
the Catholic Daughters of America. She also was a member of the Third Order
of St Francis and the Blue Army.
Surviving are five sisters, including Mrs. C. J. Healey and Agnes C.
Hooley, both of San Diego.

EDWARD J. WOOD
La Mesa - Rosary for Edward J. Wood, 58, at 4508 Olive Ave., will be
recited at 7 p.m. tomorrow in Goodbody's Boulevard Chapel San Diego.
Requiem Mass will be said at 10 a.m. Monday in St. Martin's Catholic Church.
Burial will be in Holy Cross Cemetery.
A native of Canada, he had lived here 40 years. He was an engine evaluator
and examiner for 23 years at North Island Naval Air Station.
Mr. Wood died Thursday in a hospital.
He was an active member of St. Martin's Catholic Church.
Surviving ar his widow, Anna G., two sons, John and Lloyd, both of San
Diego; his mother, Mrs. John Wood of San Diego; two brothers; and a sister,
Mrs. Jennie Brown of San Diego.

MRS. BESS M. SIMPSON
National City - Services for Mrs. Bess M. Simpson, 75, of 3007 Shelby
Drive, will be at 10:30 a.m. Monday in Greenwood Mortuary. Burial will be
in Fort Roscrans National Cemetery.
A native of New York, Mrs. Simpson had lived here 28 years.
She died Wednesday in a hospital.
Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Evelyn Payne of National City; four
grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.

DAVID A. KAY
Lemon Grove - Services for David A. Kay, 72, of 3640 Costa Bella St., will
be at 10 a.m. Monday in Greenwood Mortuary. Burial will be in El Camino
Memorial Park.
A native of Canada, he had lived here 18 years. He retired in 1953 after
45 years as a carpenter and general contractor employe.
Mr. Kay died Thursday in a hospital.
He was a member of the Carpenters Union No. 2398 of El Cajon; the Veterans
of World War I, No. 1744, Spring Valley; and a life member of the National
League of Senior Citizens.
He also was a member of the American Association of Retired People.
Surviving are his widow, Marie; two sons, a sister, three step-sons and
five grandchildren.

MRS. MAE ELNORE GRAHAM
Lemon Grove -  Services for Mrs. Mae Elnore Graham, 80, of 7512 Roosevelt
St., Lemon Grove, will be at 10 a.m. Monday in Conrad Lemon Grove Mortuary.
Entombment will be in Greenwood Mausoleum.
She was the wife of G. Ray Graham, retired publisher of the Lemon Grove
Review.
A native of Iowa, Mrs. Graham was a county resident 21 years. She died
yesterday.
She was a member of the Lemon Grove Kiwanians.
Surviving, in addition to her husband, are two daughters, including Mrs.
Rae Long of Lemon Grove; two brothers; two sisters; three grandchildren and
two great-grandchildren.

WILLIS J. BRIGGS
National City - Services for Willis J. Briggs, 80, of 1027 E. Fifth St.,
National City, will be at 2 p.m. Monday in Heath Funeral Home. Burial will
be in Glen Abbey Memorial Park.
Mr. Griggs was a retired hardwood floor contractor. A native of
Massachusetts, he had lived in the county 48 years. He died Thursday in a
hospital.
He was a member of the National City Lions Club.
One daughter, Mrs Barbara Kanzius of Spring Valley, and a grandson survive.
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San Diego Tribune
August 24, 1983

JOSEPHINE M. SCAFIDI
A Mass was said for Josephine M. (D'Angelo) Scafidi, 25, a native of San
Diegan, today in Blessed Sacrament Roman Catholic Church. Emtombment was in
Holy Cross Mausoluem.
She died Sunday in a hospital.
Mrs. Scafidi was a loan processor for eight years for the Great American
Savings and Loan Association.
Survivors include her husband, Charles; her parents, Griolamo and Carolina
D'Angelo, a sister, Margherita, a brother, Leonard, and a grandfather, Leo
D'Angelo, all of San Diego; and a grandmother.
Goodbody Mortuary is in charge.

OLIVER CARNRIKE
Services for Oliver M. Carnrike, 85, of East San Diego, were today in
Rogers Mortuary. Entombment was in Greenwood Mausoleum.
He died Sunday in a hospital.
Mr. Carnrike was born in Schoyer, Kan., lived in the county 73 years, was
a clerk for 26 years for the J.S. Schrim Co. and was a member of East San
Diego Presbyterian Church and Forester's Court Hospitality 779.
Survivors include his wife, Agnes; a brother, Lawrence, of Ramona, and a
sister, Josephine McCabe of San Diego.
The family suggested donations to the church's parking-lot fund.

MATTIE DUVALL
Services for Mattie I. Duvall, 84, a former resident of Point Loma and
Chula Vista, were today in Greenwood Mortuary. Entombment was in Greenwood
Mausoleum.
She died Saturday in Red Bluff, Calif., where she had recently moved after
40 years in Point Loma and two years in Chula Vista.
Mrs. Duvall was born in Minnesota, lived in the county 54 years and was a
saleswoman for Montgomery Ward & Co. for 45 years and a member of the
Eagles Aerie 244 Auxiliary and Point Loma Methodist Church. She had also
worked at Elm's Children's Store in Chula Vista.
Survivors include two sons and three grand-children.
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San Diego Tribune
February 2, 1927

STIMSON--At the residence, 3929 Iowa street, Jan. 30, 1927; John Alfred
Stimson, Husband of Christiana Stimson of San Diego, father of Frank L.
Stimson of La Jolla, Alfred B. S. Stimson and Miss Mildred Stimson of
Seattle, Edward C. Stimson of San Francisco, Mrs E. L. Powers and Mrs. Fred
Lawson of Denver, Colo,; a native of England; aged 67 years 14 days.
Friends are invited to attend funeral services at the chapel of
Johnson-Saum company, Fourth and Ash streets, at 2 o'clock p.m. tomorrow
(Thursday), Rev. Frank Linder officiating. Interment Greenwood Memorial
park. Denver papers please copy.

ROBERTS--At the residence, 342 Broadway, Jan. 31, 1927, John T. Roberts,
husband of Polly Roberts; a native of Wales, aged 64 years 11 months 7 days.
Friends are invited to attend funeral services at 2:30 o'clock p.m.,
Thursday, Feb. 3, 1927, at the Smith, Goodbody & Dunn Funeral Home, Ash
street at Third. Dr. Frank Linder officiating. Cremation at Greenwood
crematory.
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San Diego Tribune
August 1, 1992

ABELAR --Lorenza M., died on July 30, 1992. Wife of Nicolas Abelar Albarran.
Mother of Rosalia Notario Morales. 20 Grandchildren, many great
grandchildren. Visitation Sat. & Sun. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Services Monday 11
a.m. both at Greenwood Mortuary. Entombment Greenwood Mausoleum.

DE ROCCO --Geraldine R., died July 29, 1992. Wife of Walter H. De Rocco.
Mother  of Kathleen (Robert) Harrington & Jennifer (Jim) Rich. Grandmother
of Michael and Jennifer Harrington, Alan and Janelle Rich. Sister of Byron
Woodbury. Step-daughter of Geraldine Woodbury. Memorial Services Mon. 10
a.m. Greenwood Mortuary. Entombment Greenwood Mausoleum. In lieu of flowers
donations to S.D. Cancer or San Diego Heart Assoc.

EAMAN --James Monroe III, died July 29, 1992 born 3-3-1915 in Crete,
Nebraska. Raised in Spokane, WA., graduated from Washington State College
Phi Beta Cappa, Pac. 8 and National Champion Wrestler in 1938 & 1939. Came
to San Diego in 1946, he worked as an Electronic Engineer for General
Atomic, General Dynamics & Topaz Inc. He also taught at Sweetwater and
Chula Vista High Schools for over 20 yrs. He was one of the original
members of the Kelp King Scuba Diving Club. He is survived by son James
IV., daughters Edythe and Suzi, sisters Edna & Mable, 10 grandchildren, 9
great grandchildren. No Services will be held. He will be missed by all.

JACOME --Maria Lydia. In memory of Maria who passed away 1 yr ago Aug. 1,
1991. In our hearts forever, we'll never forget you. Missed very dearly by
huysband Abel & her children, grandchildren & great grandchildren. We miss
you mom, grandmother & love you very much.

KLATT --Louis V., died July 30, 1992, 78 yrs. old. Husband of Joyce Klatt.
Father of Barton and Michael. Father-in-law of Ruby. Grandfather of Justin
and Alan. Services Mon. 10 a.m. Featheringill College Center Chapel with
private Burial.
Featheringill Mortuary

MINNICH --Robert E., 94, passed away July 30, 1992. Survived by his wife of
69 years Maude of La Mesa, daughter Margaret Way of Palm Desert and son
Robert Jr. of La Mesa, sisters Millie Miller & Betty Christ of Harrisburg,
PA. 6 grandchildren, 5 great grandchildren & 1 great great grandchild.
Services Monday 3 p.m. at Cypress View/Bonham Brothers Mortuary. Entombment
Cypress View Mausoleum.

PEREZ --Antonia D., died July 30, 1992. Survived by 3 daughters Isabel
Camacho, Jessie Diaz and Julie Aguirre, 2 sons Rito and Luis Perez, 1
brother Sabas Dorantes, 23 grandchild, 47 great grandchildren, 16 great
great grandchildren. Rosary Mon. 7 p.m. Humphrey Mortuary Chapel. Mass
Tues. 10 a.m. St. Rose of Lima. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.

QUICK --Milton E. Sr., passed away July 27, 1992. Survived by wife Dorothy,
sons Robert Arthur and Milton E. Quick Jr. Funeral Aug. 5th, 11 a.m. Ft.
Rosecrans Nat'l Cemetery.

TUTTLE --John H. "Jack", passed away July 29, 1992. Husband of Janet Tuttle.
Father of Cindyl, Tamara and John Tuttle. Brother of Jayne Hunter. Memorial
Service Mon. 2pm Pacific Beach Mortuary Chapel. Entombment Greenwood
Memorial Park.

VEINOT --Stephen Michael, 35, passed away July 25, 1992. Served in the US
Navy. Survived by parents, 2 brothers & long time lover. Service were held
Thurs. 11 a.m. Ft. Rosecrans Nat'l Cemetery. Donations can be made in
Stephen's memory, GPF 1190, to VA Medical Center Voluntary Service 135,
3350 La Jolla Village Dr., San Diego, CA. 92161
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San Diego Tribune
November 11, 1970

MISS JANE PERKINS
Graveside services for Miss Jane Perkins, 93, of 3729 Yosemite St., will
be held at 10 a.m. tomorrow in Alpine Cemetery. Burial will follow.
Miss Perkins, a native of California, was a county resident for 40 years.
She died Tuesday in a local hospital.
She was a retired registered nurse and a member of the Nurses Association
of San Francisco.
Surviving are a sister, Mrs. Martha Johnson, of El Cajon; a brother; two
nieces; and one nephew.

VICTOR C. DRAGO
Rosary will be recited at 7 tonight in Immaculate Heart of Mary Church for
Victor C. Drago, 76, of Ramona, who died Friday at his home.
Mass will be said at 10 a.m. tomorrow at the church. Burial will be in
Nuevo Memory Gardens.
A native of San Francisco and a grave-digger at a Colma, Calif., cemetery
for 33 years, Mr. Drago moved to Ramona folling his retirement 10 years
ago. He is survived by his widow, Myrtle, three sons, including Louis of
Ramona, and eight grandchildren.

MRS. CHARLOTTE CARSON
Services will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday in the Old World Chapel of
Cypress View Mortuary for Mrs. Charlotte S. Carson, 88, of 1835 Monroe
Ave., who died Saturday at a local convalescent hospital.
A native of Michigan, Mrs. Carson lived in the area for 35 years. She is
survived by a daughter, Mrs. Mary Margaret O'Conner of San Diego, a
brother, two sisters, a grandchild and two great grandchildren.
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San Diego Tribune
August 15, 1984

JONATHAN E. BLEDSOE
Services for Jonathan E. Bledsoe, 72, of Chollas View, will be at 11 a.m.
tomorrow in Calgary Baptist Church. Burial will be in Mount Hope Cemetery.
Anderson Ragsdale Mortuary is in charge. He died Sunday in a hospital.
Mr. Bledsoe, a native of Temple, Texas, lived in the county 24 years. He
was a porter for American Airlines.
Survivors include his wife, Juanita; a daughter, Jonita Pierce, and a
sister, Ruth Moore, both of San Diego; and two brothers, James of San Diego
and Leon of Los Angeles.

CLARENCE H. BEVEL
Graveside services for Clarence H. Bevel, 76, of Bonita, will be at 1 p.m.
tomorrow in Glen Abbey Memorial Park under the direction of Humphrey
Mortuary. He died Monday in a hospital.
Mr. Bevel was born in Arkansas and lived inthe county 58 years. He was a
retired farmer and had worked as a heavy equipment operator for the S.J.
Hanson Corp.
Survivors include his wife, Helen; a daughter, Betty Lesheski of El Monte,
Calif.; two sons, James of Bonita and Robert of West Plains, MO.; and six
grandchildren. The Family suggested donations to the restoration fund of
the Wesleyan Church of the Valley.

PAULILNE J. CORDINER
Services for Pauline J. Cordiner, 92, of Pacific Beach, will be at 2 p.m.
tomorrow in Pacific Beach Mortuary. Entombment will follow in El Camino
Mausoleum. She died Monday in a hospital.
Mrs. Cordiner, a homemaker, was born in St. Paul, Minn., and lived in the
county 48 years. She was a member of Point Loma Community Presbyterian
Church, the Alta Vista Rebecca Lodge, American Legion Auxillary 6 and the
Sunnyside Club of Pacific Beach and was charter secretary of the Eastern
Star's Pacific Beach Chapter 606.
Survivors include a daughter, Julianne Wollas of Pacific Beach; a
grandson; and three great-grandchildren. The family suggested donations to
the church's memorial fund.
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Tribune Sun
January 17, 1946

MRS. MONA VAN BUREN
Final rites for Mrs. Mona Van Buren, 68, of 3850 Forty-third st., who died
yesterday in a local hospital, will be conducted at 11 a.m. Saturday in
Bonham Brothers chapel. The Rev. Arthur F. Grobe will officiate. Entombment
will be in Greenwood mausoleum.
Born in De Sota Ia., Mrs Van Buren came to San Diego from Arkansas 35
years ago. She is survived by her widower, Robert Van Buren; two sisters,
Mrs. Nettie Garrick, of Fresno, Mrs. V. Youngblood, of Kenturcky, and two
brothers, Fred, of Oklahoma, and C. Spohn.

MRS. MARY E. KREISS
Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Kreiss, 81, of 4668 Sixty-seventh
st., who died yesterday in a local hospital, will be conducted at 11 a.m.
tomorrow in Johnson-Saum chapel. Burial will be in Greenwood Memorial park.
Born in Nashville, Tenn., Mrs. Kreiss had resided here many years. She is
survived by two sons, William H. and Elmer J. Kreiss; two daughters, Miss
Mildred Kreiss and Mrs. Ethel Succetti; three grandchildren and six
great-grandchildren, all residing here.

MRS. LAURA M. INGRAM
Mrs. Laura M. Ingram, 91, resident of San Diego 20 years, died yesterday
in her home at 4002 St. James pl. She was a native of Howesville, Ky.
Funeral services will be conducted at 1:30 p.m. Saturday in Bonham Brothers
chapel, Dr. H.B. Bard officiating. Cremation will follow.
Surviving are a son, Frederick F. Ingram, and a sister, Mrs. Ela Parrish,
both of San Diego.

LESLIE L. JOHNSON
Final rites for Leslie Leon Johnson, 59, retired fireman and former San
Diegan, of Mesa, Ariz., who died Monday in Mesa, will be conducted at 1:30
p.m. Monday in Bonham Brothers chapel, followed by burial in the Firemen's
Circle, Greenwood Memorial park, under auspices of the Church of Jesus
Christ of Latte-day Saints.
Born in Tempe, Ariz., Mr. Johnson came to San Diego and joined the fire
department in 1911. After a brief leave of absence in 1917 to serve in the
navy during World War 1, he returned to the department and retired in 1934.
He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Maggie M. Johnson; two daughters, Mrs.
Dorothy K. Kelancy, of Texas, and Mrs. Laura H. Close, of La Mesa; four
sons, Leonard M., John A., George W., and Paul Johnson, all of San Diego;
four brothers, Ivan of San Diego; Laurence, of Glendale; Maurice and B. E.
Johnson of South Gate, and 14 grandchildren.

JACK J. MERRILL
Funeral services for Jack Jordan Merrill, 40, theater manager, who died
Tuesday in his home at 2721 Ulric st., Linda Vista, will be conducted at 3
p.m. tomorrow in Bonham Brothers chapel, followed by cremation. He is
survived by his widow, Mrs. Dorothy Merrill, a daughter, Jacquelin Merrill;
two sons, Jack jr., and Dwight Merrill; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Michael
H. Merrill; a step brother, Julius Terry.

MRS. VIRGINIA R BURCH
Bonita, Jan. 17 (Special)--Private memorial services for Mrs. Virginia R.
Burch, 86, of Bonita, who died Tuesday in a San Diego hospital, will be
conducted at 3:30 p.m. Saturday in Benbough's mortuary chapel, San Diego,
by Dr. Lester Bond. Cremation will precede the services. Born in Milwaukee,
Mrs. Burch had lived here three years. Surviving are her son, Judge Robert
B. Burch, of Bonita, and a daughter, Mrs. Mary Louise Sagly
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San Diego Tribune
August 24, 1983

JAMES C. HENDERSON, 83, YOUTH SYMPHONY FOUNDER
Services for James C. Henderson, 83, who helped establish the San Diego
Youth Symphony, will be at 3 p.m. tomorrow in Pacific Beach Mortuary.
Cremation was planned, with ashes to be scattered at sea.
He died Monday in a convalescent home.
Mr. Henderson, a longtime Point Loma resident, was born in Owosso, Mich.,
lived in the county 50 years and was a trial attorney for 25 years,
retiring in 1961. He was a past member of the San Diego Club, the Cuyamaca
Club and the state Bar, to which he was accepted in 1932.
Survivors include his wife, Rhoda, a son; three stepchildren, and four
step-grandchildren.
The family suggested donations to charity or to the Alzheimer's Disease
and Related Disorders Association.

JUAN J. CASTELO
A rosary for Juan J. Castelo, 54, of Logan Heights, will be recited at 7
tonight in Greenwood Mortuary. A Mass will be said at 9 a.m. tomorrow in
Our Lady of Angels Roman Catholic Church. Burial will be in Greenwood
Memorial Park.
Mr. Castelo was born in Los Angeles, lived in the county 41 years and was
a aircraft painter for 20 years at North Island Naval Air Station.
Survivors include his wife, Mercedes, four daughters, Cecilia, Patricia,
Helen and Teresa, three sons, Albert, Adrian and Richard, and a sister,
Evelia, all of San Diego, his father, Augustine of Tijuana and five
grandchildren.

OLIVER CARNRIKE
Services for Oliver M. Carnrick, 85, of East San Diego, were today in
Rogers Mortuary. Entombment was in Greenwood Mausoleum.
He died Sunday in a hospital.
Mr. Carnrike was born in Schoyer, Kan., lived in the county 73 years, was
a clerk for 26 years for the J.S. Schrim Co. and was a member of East San
Diego Presbyterian Church and Forester's Court Hospitality 779.
Survivors include his wife, Agnes, a brother, Lawrence, of Ramona, and a
sister, Josephine McCabe of San Diego.
The family suggested donations to the church's parking lot fund.

CHARLES BECKER
A rosary for Charles W. Becker, 67, of El Cajon, will be said at 8 tonight
at Paris-Frederick Mortuary, where services will be conducted at 9 a.m.
tomorrow. Burial will follow in El Camino Memorial Park.
He died Sunday in a hospital.
Mr. Becker was born in Kansas, had been a resident of the county since
1938 and was a real estate developer. He was in the Marine Corps from 1938
to 1946, when he was discharged with the rank of warrant officer.
He was a member of the National Council of Shopping Centers and the El
Cajon Valley Hospital Research Group and was 1967 El Cajon Citizen of the
Year.
Survivors include his wife, Winifred, and four brothers.

CLIFFORD MILLER
Services for Dr. Clifford R. Miller will be at 1 p.m. tomorrow in Roger
Mortuary. Entombment will be in Greenwood Mausoleum.
He died Saturday in a convalescent hospital.
Dr. Miller, of El Cajon, was born in Calgary, Canada, lived in the county
52 years and was an optometrist in North Park for 43 years before his 1974
retirement. He was a member of the North Park Lions Club.
Survivors include his wife, Myrtle.

PING Y. TOM
Services for Ping Y. Tom, 72, of Logan Heights, will be at 2 p.m. Friday
in Lewis Colonial Benbough Mortuary. Burial will follow in Mount Hope
Cemetery.
He died Thursday in a hospital.
Mr. Tom was born in China, lived in the county 52 years and owned the
Quong Chong Laundry for 30 years.
Survivors include his wife, Yum, a son, Yim, and three daughters, Dora
Tom, Anna Tom and Dana Saghy, all of San Diego; and six grandchildren.
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San Diego Union Tribune
February 12, 1992

CARNRIKE --Agnes E., 78, died February 9, 1992. Sister of Dana L. Weed. 3
Nieces an 1 nephew. No services will be held.

CUTHBERT --Elizabeth L., passed away Feb. 4, 1992, born in San Diego in
1917, Mrs. Cuthbert was a life-long resident. She is surivived by her
sister Eleanor Kemp, 2 daughters Penny MacRobbie and Judith Bauer, 5
grandchildren, Cherie Bauer, Pamela Fischer, William Bauer Jr., James
MacRobbie & Scott MacRobbie and a great granddaughter Corinne Elizabeth. At
her request no memorial service is planned. Friends wishing to contribute
in her memory are encouraged to send contributions to the San Diego
Children's Zoo where she spent many hours with her grandchildren & great
granddaughter Corinne Elizabeth.

ESTES --John A. Sr., passed away Feb. 10, 1992 at the age of 95. Beloved
father of John A. Estes Jr., and Georgia E. Ackerman. 5 Grandchildren & 5
great grandchildren. Visitation Thurs. 4 to 9 p.m. Glen Abbey Mortuary.
Funeral Services Fri. 10 a.m. First Christian Church, 430 2nd. Ave., Chula
Vista. Private Entombement Glen Abbey Mausoleum.

HAWKS --Philip L., passed away February 5, 1992. Survived by wife Ada Hawks,
sons, Fred & Michael Hawks and Geraldine Burcham, 7 grandchildren, 5 great
grandchildren, 2 brothers and 2 sisters. Services Thurs. 1 p.m. Holy Cross
Cemetery.

HERRERA --Shirley Mae, born June 6, 1929, died Feb. 5, 1992. Survived by 4
sisters, Edna, Leah, Viola, Florine & brothers Raymond & Richard Hoffamn.
No Services planned

HOLMES --Annie Pearl, Mother of Melvin T. Holmes. 11 Grandchildren. 14 great
grandchildren. Service Wed. 2 pm Pilgrim Progressive Baptist Ch.
Anderson-Ragsdale Mort.

MCKELLER --Madge H., 97, died Feb. 8, 1992. Survived by 6 grandchildren, 17
great grandchildren & 2 great great grandchildren. Memorial Services Fort
Rosecrans Fri. 1:30 p.m.

MICHAEL --Neil R. "Butch", passed away Feb. 6, 1992. Born Dec. 8, 1950.
Owner of Precision Fence Co., El Cajon. Survived by 2 sons Brandon
Quintanar & Jacob R. Michael, mother Georgette Hansen, Brothers Steven
Michael of Cashmere, WA. & Carl Michael of Cutbank, MT., sister Virginia
Tonkyro, Tampa, FL. Preceded in death by his father Edward Michael in 1960.
Services Friday 10 a.m. Paris-Frederick Mortuary Chapel.

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