Anna Barrick, 74 of Lovelock died April 4, 2000 at St. Mary's Regional
She was born July 11, 1924 to John Geist
and Amelia Brown in Mt. Carmel, Pa.
Mrs. Barrick attended school until the
age of 17 years old. She lived in Pennsylvania for 20 years until coming
to Elko. She lived in Lovelock for a short time.
She was a retired bookkeeper for a funeral
home business, and she was also a member of the Daughters of America Revolution,
and a member of the TV Board of Elko County.
She is survived by her husband, Harold
Barrick of Lovelock.
Julie Anne Rapp
Julie Anne Rapp, 29 died at her home
in Bountiful, Utah on Dec. 28, 1999.
She was the daughter of Phillip and
Donna Seager of Lovelock, and Craig and Roberta Gilbert of Woodward, Okla.
Mrs. Rapp had completed her high school
education in Oklahoma and had graduated with a degree in child development/education
from the University of Utah in Salt Lake City. She was also an accomplished
vocalist and sang for many events in the Salt Lake City area.
She is survived by her husband Paul
Rapp, and her three small children- Tiarra, Kyra and Ethan. She is also
survived by parents Phil and Donna Seager, and Craig and Roberta Gilbert,
Mother-in-law Donna Rapp, Sister Connie Liveley (Donald), brother Brett
Gilbert (Krystal), and by many aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews.
Services for Mrs. Rapp took place on
Jan. 3, 2000 at the Orchard 7th Ward Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day
Saints in Bountiful, Utah. Burial was at the Bountiful City Cemetery.
Robert Herman Fuss
Robert Herman Fuss, 72, died April 21,
2000 at his residence. A Lovelock native, he was born Sept 27, 1927, to
Frank and Maude (Petton) Fuss had lived in Reno for the past 52 years,
coming from Lovelock.
Fuss was a purchasing agent for Washoe
County Road Division. He was a member of the South Reno Lyons Club 40,
Alpha Lamba Chi and a barbershop quarter, a former owner of AAA Rentals
and Phillips 66 and an Army Veteran of World War II.
His parents, brothers, Clarence and
Frank, sister, Muriel, proceeded him in death.
Surviving are his wife, Patricia, son
Robert G, and daughter Cheryl Ann Devoe and Corinne Enslin, all of Reno;
sister Anita Aller of Washington state and Helen Newman of Chester, Washington;
and six grandchildren and one great grandchild.
A funeral was scheduled for 2 p.m. Monday,
April 24th, at Walton’s Funeral home in Reno.
Cremation was at Sierra Crematory.
A Memorial fund is being established
with the University of Nevada Reno, Foundation 162, Cancer Research Gifts,
Clarence William Fuss
Clarence William Fuss, 79, of Sparks
died Jan. 9, 2000 at Washoe Medical Center in Reno.
A Lovelock native, he was born Oct.
9, 1920 to Frank H. and Maude (Pelton) Fuss and had lived in Sparks since
1957, come from Lovelock.
Fuss spent his childhood in Lovelock
attending local schools. He graduated from Pershing County High School
The Fuss Family were early settlers
in the Lovelock Valley where Fuss' grandfather owned a farm in Lower Valley.
Fuss was a third generation Nevadan
whose childhood friends gave him the nickname Sniggs.
In 1942, Fuss completed a pilot training
program at Lovelock and enlisted in the Army Air Corps the same year. He
was subsequently assigned to the 8th Air Force and stationed in England.
He flew 35 sorties over Europe as a pilot of the B24 bomber.
For his war-time service he received
the air medal with five clusters and several battle stars.
Returning to Lovelock, he purchased
the Richfield Oil dealership and in dealership and partnership operated
the Richfield station.
In 1955 he was elected Mayor of Lovelock.
He resigned the office in 1957 when the family moved to Sparks.
Fuss was also an auditor for the state
of Nevada, retiring in 1989. He was a member of the Veterans of Foreign
Wars, the Masonic Lodge in Lovelock and the Reno B.P.O. Elks Lodge.
His wife, Betty died March 24, 1997.
Surviving are the sons, John of Niceville,
Fla., and Patrick of Sparks; brothers, Bob of Reno and Frank of Boise,
Idaho; sisters, Anita Aller of Spokane, Wash., and Helen Newman of Chester,
Calif.; and a granddaughter.
Visitation will be held today Thursday,
from noon until 1 p.m. funeral at Walton's Spark Funeral Home, 1745 Sullivan
Lane, with burial at 2:30 p.m. at Northern Nevada Veteran's Way, Fernley.
A Memorial fund is being established
with the American Lung Association, 6119 Ridgeview Court, Reno 89511.
Erma Elizabeth McDougal
Erma Elizabeth McDougal, 95, died Dec.
24, 1999 in Englewood, Colo.
She was born June 5, 1904 to L.M. and
Lena Summerville in Kenmar, North Dakota.
She graduated from the University of
Minnesota in 1925 and taught home economics for two years before marrying
Mrs. McDougal resided in Rio Vista,
Calif., from 1942 to 1969 and from 1971 to 1988. During 1970 and 1971 she
lived in Lovelock. Since 1988 she had resided to Englewood.
She was predeceased by Husband Harvey
McDougal in 1969 and grandson David McDougal in 1982.
She is survived by daughter Mary Stewart
of Highlamps Ranch, Colo; son Richard McDougal of Lovelock; and four grandchildren
and four great-grandchildren.
A Memorial service was held in Englewood
on Dec. 29 1999 and an inurnment will be held in Rio Vista, Calif., at
a later date.
Remembrances may be made to an institution
of the donor's choice.
Susan M. Quin-DeBlock
Susan M. Quin-DeBlock, 47, died Wednesday,
Dec. 22, 1999 at her home Portland, Ore.
A native of Portland, she was born June
24, 1952 to Harry and Genevieve Quin.
She graduated from David Douglas High
School and earned an associate's degree in art and library sciences from
Mt. Hood Community College.
Mrs. Quin-DeBlock was employed at the
Multnomah County Library as a clerk, specializing in book repair. Her hobbies
included quilting, sewing, fabric collecting and surface design.
She is survived by her husband Paul
DeBlock of Portland, Sister Terri Quin of Lovelock, stepmother Margaret
Quin of Portland, stepsister Gudran Crossgove of Portland, stepson Paul
Jeremy DeBlock of Portland and other aunts and cousins.
Memorial services will be held on Saturday,
Jan 8 at 1 p.m. at Wilhelm's Funeral Chapel, 6637 S.E. Milwaukee Ave. Portland
Memorial contributions are to directed
to the Oregon Humane Society, 1067 N.E. Columbia Blvd., Portland, Ore.
Cremation was under the direction of
the Wilhelm Funeral Home.
Win-Jey-Chi-gil Na-Whoo-Wee Gail
Win-jey-Chi-gil Na-Whoo-Www Gali, (aka
Dewey Garcia), 22, died June 2, 2000, at Washoe Medical Center, Reno.
A native born of Oakland, Calif., he
was born April 23, 1978, and had lived in Lovelock and Fallon for the past
four years, coming from Oakland.
Gail attended Hintil Ku Ka and Dewey
High School. He was a member of the Mono Dancers in California.
Surviving are his companion, LaCarrie
Hughes and daughter Raven Garcia, both of Fallon; sisters, Taweah Garcia,
Sarah and Brandi Guevara; father, Bruce Gali and brother, Mark Gali; mother
and stepfather, Shirley (Garcia) and Larry Guevara, all of Oakland.
A Memorial service is scheduled for
2 p.m. July 1 at the Paiute Tribal Gym, Lovelock.
Cremation will be at Truckee Meadows
Crematory, Sparks under the direction of Reno Memorial Cremation and Burial
La Vaune Harris
Judith Alice La Vaune Larsen Harris,
85, also know as La Vaune, died Tuesday, June 13, at La,Crosse Nursing
Home in Coeur D'Alene, Idaho, where she had been recovering from breaking
a hip on May 1.
Mrs. Harris was a resident of Lovelock,
formerly from Hardin, Mont. She was born Thanksgiving Day, Nov.26, 1914,
in Inwood,Iowa. The only child of Hattie E. Dyvig and Lauritz Larsen, the
family moved to the Hardin area when La Vaune was a small child, and resided
and farmed on the west bench.
She graduated from Hardin High School,
June3,1932, and had been looking forward to the All Class Reunion 2000,
in Hardin, Mont.
She and M. W. (Bud) Harris were married
Nov.6, 1937, in Big Horn County Mont., and theirs was the first marriage
license to be obtained in the new courthouse at that time.
Mrs. Harris was active in her church,
First American Lutheran in Hardin, and also attended Grace-St Francis Community
Church in Lovelock since her move here three years ago to be with her daughter,
She was skilled at making Kranza Kake,
a Norwegian wedding cake for family and friends for special occasions,
and Lefse, too. She did much hand work and it adorns the walls of her daughter's
Mrs. Harris was also a member of Neighbors
of Woodcraft Lodge, the Hardin Senior Citizen's, and until ill health took
her away she was always visiting at the hospital and nursing home.
She was preceded in death by her father,
mother and her husband Bud Harris. She is survived by her daughter, Judy
(Harry) Mosby of Lovelock and, her son, Robert (R.L.) (Mary Ann) Harris
of Hayden Lake, Idaho; four grandchildren, Rita (Theodore) Gilsdorf-Arensmeyer,
Wade (Julie) Gilsdorf, Carol (Robert) Haskins, and Michael Harris; six
great-grandchildren, Christina, Daniel, Madison and Makenzy Gilsdorf, Hattie
Arensmeyer, and Briana Haskins.
A Celebration of Life, is planned for
Thursday, June29, 10 a. m. at First American Lutheran Church, Hardin, Mont.
Tom Russell, 49 formerly of Lovelock,
died at his residence in Somerset Calif., May 17.
He was born Jan. 25, 1951 in Great Lakes
Russell worked in the grocery retail
industry for more than 30 years and he managed the Safeway in Lovelock
for 15 years.
His survivors are his wife, Shawnee
Russell of Somerset; daughters Lacey Russell of Reno, and Rachel Russell
and Taylor Russell, both of Somerset; brother Bill Russell of Denver Colo.;
and sister; Linda Russell of Grand Junction, Colo.
Services were held Sunday, may 21 at
Pioneer Bible Church in Somerset, Calif. Officiating was Pastor Rob Langford.
A private interment was held.
Arrangements were handled by Green valley
Mortuary in Cameron Park, Calif.
John William Meyers
John Williams Meyers, 44, died May 13,
2000 at Mercy San Juan Hospital, Calf.
He was born in Aisha, Japan, on an U.S.
Military Base, Jan 28, 1956, to Harold Eugene and Kiyoko (Nakayama) Meyers
and had lived in Lovelock since 1985, coming from Imaly, where he had lived
since 1979. Previously he had lived in Fair Oaks, Calif.
Meyers was employed as a prison guard
at Lovelock Correctional Center, worked law enforcement in the sheriff's
office, and was a cook for Burn's Brothers Café in Mill City.
He was a scoutmaster Troop 890, Order
of the Arrow, a member of AYSO soccer association, a little League umpire
and an U.S. Army Veteran.
Surviving are wife, Cindy, sons, Thomas,
John James, and Jeffery and daughter Kaye Lynn Meyers, all of Lovelock;
mother Kiyoko Meyers and sister, Kathy Meyers, both of Fair Oaks and brother,
Jeff of Shelton, Wash.
Visitation is scheduled from 2 p.m.
to 8 p.m. Wednesday at Lovelock Funeral Home, 665 11th Street.
A funeral is scheduled for 2 p.m. Thursday
at Lovelock Community Center, 8th Street, with burial at Big Meadow Cemetery.
Walter Brinkerhoff, 93, of Lovelock
died May 7, 2000, at his residence.
An Alamo native he was born Dec. 30,
1906, to David and Nancy Adeline (Allen) Brinkerhoff and had lived in Lovelock
since 1944, coming from Winemucca.
Brinkerhoff was a farmer in Lovelock
and longline trapper for 20 years. He was appointed to the Committee of
Federal Land Laws, was instrumental in establishing the Marzen House Museum
in Lovelock, belonged to the Nevada State Game Commission and was a member
of the National and Nevada Trapper Hall of Fame, and the Jesus Christ of
Latter-day Saints, Lovelock Ward.
Wife, Viola (Johnson) died March 12,
1994 and seven brothers and sisters proceed him in death.
Surviving are sons, Allen and Val, and
daughter, DeVoy Munk, all of Lovelock; sister, Marguerite Christensen of
Flowell, Utah and Elsie Brinkerhoff and Florence Robison, both of Saint
George, Utah; 14 grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
Visitation is scheduled from 12 noon
until 1p.m. Friday funeral service at the LDS church, 220 Maple Drive,
Lovelock, with burial at Big Meadows Cemetery.
A Memorial fund is being established
with the Marzen House Museum c/o Nevada State Bank, Lovelock Nevada 89419.
Willard Roscoe Anderson
Willard Roscoe Anderson, 77, died March
25, 2000, at his residence.
A native of California, he was born
May 14, 1922 to Charles Raymond and Estelle C. (Collins) Anderson and had
lived in Lovelock since 1972, coming from Nevada City, Calif., where he
had lived for two years. He also lived in Seattle.
Anderson worked in ship building in
the Merchant Marines and he was a Navy veteran of World War II.
His wife preceded him in death.
Surviving are daughters, Bonnie Gore
of Wendover, Corrine Cobb and Carol Reed, both of Lovelock, Betty Lynn
Diefendorfer of Portland, Ore and Davina Raye Buck of Lake View, Ore; brother,
Lloyd of Gig Harbor, Wash; nine grandchildren, 26 great grand-children,
11 great-great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.'
The rosary will be held Friday, March
31, 5 p.m. at Lovelock Funeral Home and the funeral service will be held
Saturday, April 1, 3 p.m., also at the funeral home, 655 11th St. Lovelock.
Burial will be held at Big Meadows Cemetery,
John Duane Vogler
John Duane Vogler, 91, died March 24,
2000 at Pershing General Hospital.
He was born Nov. 18 1908 to Lewis and
Grace Hibbs Vogler in Salmon, Idaho, coming to Lovelock in 1950 from Mountain
Vogler was a businessman and prospector
for more than 20 years while in Lovelock.
He was a member of Elmore Lodge, A.F.
and A.M., Scottish Rite Mason, Kerak Temple and past president of Lovelock
Shrine Club. He was a past patron of the order of The Easter Star (Mariah
Vogler is survived by sons Mike of Lodi,
Calif., Glen of Reno, and grandson Mike of Reno.
A memorial service will be held Friday,
March 31, 2000 at Lovelock Funeral Home Chapter 2 p.m.
Cremation will be under the direction
of Lovelock Funeral Home.
A memorial is being established with
Pershing General Hospital and Nursing Home, 855 6th Street, Lovelock 89419.
Jessie Mae Web Lewis
Jessie Mae Webb Lewis, 56 died March
24, 2000, at Pershing General Hospital.
A native of California, she was born
Nov 23, 1943 to Jesse Thomas and Anges Rowena (Hardwick) Webb and had lived
in Lovelock for the past five years, coming from Sacramento, Calif., where
she lived for 28 years.
Mrs. Lewis was a homemaker.
Surviving are husband, Jerry, son, Jay
and daughter, Joyce Smith, all of Lovelock; sons, John of Modesto, Calif.,
Jimmy of Winters, Calif., and Jack of Sacramento; Daughter, Judith Crane
of Detroit; mother, Anges Webb and sister, Kim Williams, both of Muskogee,
Okla; brothers, Gerald Hespen of Auburn, Calif., Bud Hespen of Vacaville,
Calif., and Jim Hespen of Portola, Calif., and 18 grandchildren.
A grave site funeral is scheduled for
11 a.m. Saturday at Lone Mountain Cemetery, under the direction of Lovelock
Michael Glen Gilbert
Michael Glen Gilbert, 53, died Feb. 29, 2000
at his home in Lovelock.
He is survived by his wife, Patricia Gilbert
of Lovelock; step-mother, Josephine Gilbert of Pratt, Kansas; three stepdaughters,
Barbara Strohl of Hamilton, N.J., Mandy Strohl of Kenai, Ala., and Adrianne
Strohl of Lovelock; and a sister, Mary Veatch of Monument, Colo.
A memorial service was held Sunday, March
5 at Grace St. Francis Community Church. He was cremated.
Destiney An Colegrove
Destiney An Colgrove was born at Washoe Medical
Center in Reno Monday, March 6, 2000. She died following complications.
She was the daughter of James A. and Angela
T. Colegrove of Lovelock. She is survived by a sister, Aubrey Michelle
Colegrove and a brother James Nathan Colegrove, both of Lovelock, a sister
Tanna Colegrove of Taylor, Utah, and a sister Chelsea Colgrove of Wash.
She is also survived by maternal grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Collier of Denver, Colo., Mr. And Mrs. Pat Brown of Clearfield,
Utah, and paternal grandparents Mr. And Mrs. Jack Willis of Fernley, Nev.,
and Mr. And Mrs. Amer Colegrove of Spokane, Wash., aunts and uncles Don
and Amy Collier of Denver, Colo., Jason and Kim Collier of Layton, Utah,
John Hoover of Layton, Utah, and Katie Reale of Clearfield, Utah, Tom and
Deanna Bishop of Lovelock, Terry Colegrove and Mike Henderson of Reno,
Cindi Armstrong of Reno, Robert and Sherry Colegrove of Elko, Charles and
Patricia Winters of Fernley, Alan and Yvonne Haas of Weber, Utah, and Sandee
Grant of Weber, Utah, Christy Colegrove of Spokane, Wash., and numerous
Graveside services will be at Big Meadow Cemetery,
Saturday, March 11, at 11a.m.
Lovelock Funeral Home will be handling the
Robert Terrence "Terry" Woodger
Robert Terrence "Terry" Woodger, 54, died
Tuesday afternoon at Churchill Community Hospital.
He was born Sept. 2, 1945 in Berkeley, Calif.,
to Glover Robert and Rosalie "Posie" Duncan Whitaker and had been a Fallon
resident since 1984. He had lived in numerous northerb Nevada areas prior
to moving to Fallon.
Woodger was a haul truck driver in the mining
industry having worked for Coeur Rochester for 10 years. He was a Marine
Corp. veteran of the Vietnam War member of the Marine Corp League, life
member of the VFW Post 1002, and the American Legion, all in Fallon.
He is survived by his wife Bonny, daughter
Misty Dawn Grenamyer, stepson James K. Stewart all of Fallon, daughter
Pamela Kristy Woodger of Modesto, Calif., stepdaughter Theresa M. Stewart
of Reno, brother Tim Whitaker of Unionville, sister Avis Moniz of Silver
Springs, six grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews.
A committal service with military honors was
held at the Northern Nevada Veterans Cemetery in Fernley. Cremation services
were under the direction of Smith Family Funeral Home and Crematory.
Mary W. Wicks Potter Sebbas
Shrewsbury, Mass. - Mary W. Wicks Potter Sebbas,
88, died April 22, 2000, at the Shrewsbury Nursing and Rehabilitation Center.
A native of Paris, New York, she was born
March 2, 1912, to Harry S. and Emily E. (Arnold) Wicks and had lived in
Shrewsbury for the past four years, coming from Lovelock and Sparks, where
she had lived for more than 20 years. She also lived in East Greenbush,
Mrs. Sebbas worked for Pershing County High
School in Lovelock from 1963 until retirement in 1972. She had worked as
a public librarian in Lovelock for two years, as a librarian and a Latin
teacher in East Greenbush, N.Y. schools from 1956 to 1961 and taught Latin
and history in Hobart and Richfield Spring, N.Y. schools for four years.
She was a graduate of the State University
of New York at Albany with a master's degree in library science and was
a member of the Nevada Library Association, where she was awarded a life
membership in 1973 and was named Librarian of the Year in Nevada in 1968.
Her first husband, S. Gordon Potter died in
1959, second husband, Eric V. Sebbas died in 1987, and son, S. Gordon potter,
Jr., died in 1981.
Surviving are daughter, Barbara S. McGan of
Shrewsbury; four grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.
In lieu of flowers make donations to "Friends
of the Library" in Pershing County.
Mary Patricio Mund
Mary Patricio Mund, 79, died May 4, 2000,
at Washoe Medical Center.
A Lovelock native, she was born May 22, 1920,
to Manuel and Armenzinda (Souza) Patricio and had lived in Reno for several
years, coming from Lovelock.
Mrs. Mund was a mechanic for United Airlines.
She was a member of Saint John the Baptist Catholic Church, Lovelock.
Surviving are son, Fred (location unknown)
and sisters, Linda North of Canton, Mich., Vera Miller of McKinleyville,
Calif., Alice Stewart of Isabella, Mo., and Orminda Harvey of Santa Ana,
Cremation is under the direction of Walton's
Sparks Funeral Home, with interment at Mountain View Cemetery.
Robert C. Sturges
Robert C. Sturges, 89, died June 9, 2000,
at Pershing General Hospital.
A native of Fresno, Calif., he was born May
19, 1911, to Bert and Ette (Bonny) Sturges and had lived in Lovelock for
the past 49 years, coming from Beowawe and Fresno.
Sturges worked on ranches and then was employed
by the school system as a custodian. He also worked for the Pershing County
Water District in 1956 as water master, retiring in 1977.
Son, Waylon, died in 1979.
Surviving are wife, Thelma and daughter, Bobbie
Jeanne Aufdermaur, both of Lovelock, daughter, Dixie Westergard of Carson
City, son, Charles of San Diego; 12 grandchildren, 22 great-grandchildren
and one great-great-granddaughter.
A funeral was held Monday at Lovelock Funeral
Home Chapel and burial was at Lone Mountain Cemetery.
A memorial fund is being established with
the Pershing General Hospital Extended Care Center, 685 Sixth St., Lovelock
Russell Ryle, 74, died June 25, 2000, at Churchill
A native of Caldwell, Idaho, he was born Oct.
12, 1925, to Louis F. and Rhonda (Foot) Ryle and had lived in Fallon for
several years, coming from Fernley. He had also lived in Lovelock for many
Ryle was an auto mechanic, retiring in 1993
and was a former police officer with the Reno Police Department in the
1950s. He was a World War II Navy veteran.
Son Richard died in 1985, daughter Leona died
in 1999, a grandson died in 1999 and parents preceded him in death.
Surviving are wife Juanita and son Russell,
both of Fallon, sons Louis F. of Lovelock and Calvin of Empire, five grandchildren
and four great-grandchildren.
A funeral was held at Lovelock Funeral Home.
Cremation was handled by Smith Family Funeral
Home and Crematory.
William "Bill" Dale, Sr.
William Wesley "Bill" Dale, Sr., 80 died Saturday,
July 8, 2000, at Humboldt General Hospital.
A native of Eldorado, Kansas, he was born
Jan. 9, 1920. He moved to Nevada in 1949.
Dale is survived by his wife of 59 years;
Toni; son and daughter-in-law, Bill, Jr. and Linda Dale; daughter and son-in-law,
Judy and Frank Weston; sons, Warren and Tim, 11 grandchildren and 25 great-grandchildren.
A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m.,
Monday, July 31, at the Seventh-day Adventist Church on Palisade Drive
Christenca Westergard Moore
Christenca Westergard Moore, 88, died Aug.
12 at the home of her daughter in Reno. She was born in Beowawe, Nev.,
on Jan. 7, 1912 to the late Hans and Maren Westergard. She moved to the
Lovelock valley with her parents as a small child.
On Jan. 2, she married Charles S. Moore. The
couple lived for a time in Rochester Canyon and in Nevada City, Calif.,
where Mr. Moore worked in mining.
They returned to Lovelock where Mrs. Moore
worked at Pershing General Hospital. She and her husband also owned and
operated an auto dealership and garage. She was a member of Mizpah Rebekah
Lodge and was a past president of the Rebekah Assembly of Nevada.
Mrs. Moore recently received the Meritorious
Service Award from the Sovereign Grand Lodge of 100F.
She graduated from Pershing County High School
with the class of 1929 and had been awarded with the PCHS Association's
Hall of Fame Award. She was a member of Saint Stephen's Episcopal Church
Mrs. Moore was preceded in death by her husband,
brothers George and Ralph Westergard and a sister, Lily Stone, as well
as her parents.
Survivors include a son, Duane Moore and a
daughter, Dawna Johnson, both of Reno, a Brother, Roland Westergard and
a sister, Muriel Gamble, both of Carson City and a sister, Audrey Munk
of Lovelock. She is also survived by five grandsons, seven great-grandsons
and seven great-granddaughters as well as numerous nieces and nephews.
A visitation was held Monday at Ross, Burke
and Knobel Mortuary at 2155 Kietzke Lane, Reno. A celebration of life was
held at 11a.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 15, at Saint Paul's Episcopal Church in
Sparks. Burial followed at Mountain View Cemetery under the direction of
the funeral home.
A memorial has been established with Truckee
Meadows Boys and Girls Club, c/o Mike Cirac, 245 East Liberty St., Suite
200, Reno, Nevada 89501.
Angelina Eliza Bini Patterson
Angelina Eliza Bini Patterson, 79, widow of
Thomas B. Patterson and long-time resident of Daly City, Calif., died Aug.
13, 2000 in Norwalk, Calif., from complications due to diabetes and Alzheimer's
Mrs. Patterson was born Jan. 19, 1921 to Guilio
and Marie Bini in Lovelock.
She is survived by three sisters and three
children: son Gene M. Patterson of Daly City, daughters Toby Ann Gerber
of Stevens County, Wash., and Parry Patterson of Downey, Calif., seven
grandchildren, four great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.
Interment was held in San Bruno, Calif., at
the Golden Gate Veteran Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, family requests that donations
be made to the American Diabetes Association.