She was 88, and a veteran of the U.S. Army in World War II.
Survivors include her husband of 52 years; two daughters; and four grandchildren.
He was the eldest son of Dan and Edith Bright, a graduate of South Gate High School, and attended the Los Angeles Sheriff's Police Academy.
A knee injury cut his law enforcement career short. He served in the National Guard and was stationed at Fort Ord. He later worked for Pacific Bell Telephone for more than 17 years, helping to build and maintain the computer system, as well as establish the 911 emergency system, and moving to management.
He married Donna Cozad December 16, 1972, and was a member of the Messiah Lutheran Church of Downey.
Survivors include his wife, Donna; his children, Jonathan and Jena; his parents, Dan and Edith Bright; his sisters, Pat Priest of Tollhouse, CA, Carole Samuels of Laguna Hills, and Renee Mullins of Clovis.
The Rev. Norman Stoppenhagen officiated.
He was born in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Jan. 6, 1916, and was 82. He was a member of the Downey Board of Realtors and an avid golfer.
Survivors include his wife, Mamie; a sister, Lillian Heried; a nephew, John Heried; a step-daughter, Connie; and many friends.
Arrangements are by the Luyben Family Bellflower Mortuary.
She was 80, born in Mexico Sept. 6, 1917, and was a former resident of Los Angeles.
Survivors include her husband, George J.; her son, John of San Dimas; daughter Vicki Rezzo of Scottsdale, Arizona; sisters Josephine and Dolores Ledesma of Los Angeles, Adeline Horner of North Carolina; three grandchildren; and a brother, Harvey Ledesma of Culver City.
The Rev. Steve Davoren officiated. Burial followed at Resurrection Cemetery. Arrangements are by the Downey Zrelak Family Mortuary.
A longtime member of the Franciscan Guild, survivors include a daughter, Alice Diaz of Pico Rivera; four grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandson.
The Rev. Father Fernando Englasia of St. Marianne De Parides Catholic Church officiated.
Burial was at Calvary Cemetery. Arrangements were by the Downey Zrelak Family Mortuary.
Born in Lima, Peru, she was 87, and taught in the small town of Coraz, Peru, before marrying Juan. She was a dedicated mother, and a member of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church.
Survivors include her husband, Juan Silva of Downey; daughters Clotilde Ramirez of Downey, Maruja Silva of Bellflower, Rosario Maisch of Downey; a son, Juan Silva of Norwalk; 15 grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren; four sisters, and two brothers living in Peru.
Father Manuel Aranda officiated. Burial followed at All Souls Cemetery. Arrangements were by the Miller-Mies Mortuary of Downey.
She was 36, born in Lynwood Jan. 27, 1962, and went to school at St. Raymond's in Downey, and Downey High School. When still in high school she started working for the R.O.P. program through the City of Downey, and worked as a teacher's aid for grades 1-4.
After graduation, she started a career in the newspaper business. Later she started her own publication which was distributed through sports retailers and tennis shops, which was called the Sports Bulletin.
She had to quit due to an illness called sleep apnea. She was later diagnosed with Pickwickian Syndrome, Diabetes, and a rare blood disorder.
She spent her last years enjoying herself. She went on several cruises with her family and friends, and she loved the ocean.
Survivors include her mother, Norine Pinizzotto; sisters Marjorie Pinizzotto, Karen Bucellato, Lisa Pinizzotto, Mary Pinizzotto; a brother, John Pinizzotto; a niece, Megan Bucellato; a nephew Joey Bucellato; and three godchildren, Fernando, Mason and Cullen.
Family and friends are welcome at the family home following the services.