Miscellaneous San Diego County, California Obituaries


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Evening Tribune
August 3, 1953

Alpine (Special) -- Services for Thomas Lee, 75, of the Pinkerton
Detective Agency, will be at 11 a.m. tomorrow in Bonham Brothers Mortuary,
San Diego. Cremation will follow. Mr. Lee died yesterday.
Born in Canada, Mr. Lee moved to Montana when 19 and came here n 1920,
when he established a business in National City. He had been with the
detective agency several years. He resided with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bellamy,
of Alpine.
At his bedside were his son, Frank W., of Berkeley, and his daughter, Mrs.
Mabel Bellamy, wife of Col. Paul E. Bellamy, attached to 5th Army
Headquarters, Chicago. The son and daughter formerly lived here.
Also surviving are five brothers and two sisters in Canada, and five

Rosary will be recited at 7:15 tomorrow in Goodbody's Ivy Chapel for
Alfred J. Mitchell, 41, of Johnstown, El Cajon Valley, an engineer on the
tunaboat Paramount. He was stricken with a heart ailment and died Saturday
in Alpine.
Requiem Mass will be said at 9 a.m. Wednesday in St. Agnes Church. Burial
will be in Holy Cross Cemetery.
Survivors are his wife, Pauline; two sons, Alfred and Edward; a daughter,
Marsha, all of San Diego; four brothers, Ernest, Frank and John, of San
Diego, and Anthony, of Hayward; and two sisters, Mrs. Angelina Goulart and
Miss Mary Mitchell of San Diego.

National City (Special) -- Rites for C. Kearny Johnson, 71, of 1040 C
Ave., will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday in Berge - Roberts Mortuary.
Mr. Johnson, chaplain and a past commander of Gilmore Camp, United
Spanish-American War Veterans, died Friday. He had lived here 39 years and
was a member of New Apostolic Church.
Survivors are his wife, Lillian A., two daughters, Mrs. Marguerite Hall
and Miss Bessie Johnson, National City; two sons in other cities and a
stepdaughter, Mildred Patterson, Lemon Grove.

Services will be at 10 a.m. tomorrow in Rogers Mortuary for Mrs. Josephine
Carnrike, 51, of 3910 Landis St. She had lived here 46 years.
Entombment will be n Greenwood Mausoleum.
Mrs. Carnrike was a member of East San Diego Presbyterian Church.
Survivors are her husband Oliver M.; her father, Burton L. Richardson; a
sister, Mrs. Beatrice Tibbitts, and a brother, Harold Jones.

San Diego Union Tribune
January 14, 1997

Policarpia, passed away January 11, 1997 at the age of 95. She is
predeceased by her husband and son Delfin and is survived by her children
Florencia, Antonio, Sising, Catalino and Mining. She has 26 grandchildren,
31 great grandchildren and 1 great great grandson. Visitation is Tuesday
(1-14-97) at 10:00 a.m. Church of the Most Precious Bood, 1245 4th Ave.,
Chula Vista. Interment will follow at La Vista Memorial Park, National City.

Jack, much loved husband, father, grandfather, and friend to many, passed
away peacefully in his home January 11, 1997. Jack, a fourth generation
Californian, was born November 4, 1912 in Los Angeles. He was a gifted
musician and lover of life. Fifty eight years ago, on April 23, 1938, he
married the love of his life Cecil Kindelon. He followed in his father's
footsteps and made the shoe business his life long work, rising to be an
executive with U.S. Shoe Corporation . When it came time to retire, Jack
only shifted his emphasis from manufacturing and sales to retailing to
become one of the founders of the Western Shoe Retailers Association, a
trade organization dedicated to assisting the independent shoe retailers
across the western United States. Jack will be remembered for his love for
his family, his loyalty to his friends, his dedication to whatever task
that confronted him and his generosity to those less fortunate. He is
survived by his wife Cecil, his daughters Julie Schmiesing and Lynn Martin,
his son Jay and eight grandchildren. The Memorial Service will be held at
St. Thomas More Church, 1910 Shadowridge Drive, Vista, CA at 10:30 a.m.on
January 15, 1997. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be
made to the St. Thomas More Building Fund, P.O. Box 4415 Carlsbad, Calif.

Alfred H., a 63 year resident of San Diego, died of cancer at San Diego
Hospice, on Jan. 10, 1997. Mr. Guerin was born on August 2, 1928 in
Summitville, IN the son of Eva Josephine and Prime Guerin. Mr. Guerin was a
graduate of St. Augustine High School and was a retired San Diego Police
Sergeant. Survivors include a son Alfred II and his wife Christy of
Encinitas, a son Anthony and his wife Mary Lou of San Diego, a daughter
Catherine Adams and her husband Thomas of San Diego, a brother Prime and
His wife Clara of Ramona, a sister Mercedes Sawyer and her husband Charles
of San Diego. 11 Grandchildren, 3 great grandchildren and numerous nieces
and nephews. Visitation Tues. from 4 to 8 p.m. with a Rosary at 7 p.m. both
at El Camino Mortuary Chapel. Funeral Mass will be held on Wed. Jan. 15th
11 a.m. at All Hallows Catholic Church. Interment El Camino Memorial Park.
In lieu of flowers donations suggested to the San Diego Hospice or the
American Cancer Association.

Herbert Franz. The family and friends of Herbert Franz Meeder are grieving
the loss of beloved hasband, father and Opa at the age of 61 on January 10,
1997. Born in Hamm, Germany on May 22, 1935, he married Birgitt Abel on
December 29, 1961. Together with his wife, they immigrated to California
early in 1962 and settled in the house in El Cajon they shared until his
death. He worked as a Special Agent, CLU, with Prudential Ins. Co. and was
active for many years in the German American Societies, both as a member of
its board and as past president. He was also a proud part of the Sister
City Committee of El Cajon. Other activities and interests included a
life-long passion for stamp collecting, love for classical music and an
appreciation of nature. Herb is survived by his wife of 35 years. Birgitt;
a son Herbert (Jennifer), with son Ian; daughter Claudia Jensen (Mark),
with Amber, Scott and Kirsten; son Stefan (Debbie), with a child due in
August; and daughter Birgitta. A Memorial Mass will be held on Wednesday,
January 15 at 10:00 a.m. Contributions in his memory may be made to the
Alcohol and Drug Education Program at Crawford High School, 4191 Colts Way,
San Diego, 92115

Dr. Ernest Kurt of Del Mar, California, was killed in a mid-air collision
of two private planes on December 24, 1996 in San Diego, California. Born
in Phoenix, Arizona in 1949, he was preceeded in death by his father, Dr.
Ernest Kurt Metzner of Dresden, Germany; and survived by his mother and
step father, Mr. & Mrs. Leonard Saff of Vista, California and Kane,
Pennsylvania; his
sister, Johanna Metzner of Phoenix, Arizona; and his daughters, Erin and
Erika Metzner of Del Mar, California. A Principal Scientist at Gensia
Pharmecauticals in San Diego. Kurt was an avid sailor who thrived on
adventures in the outdoors. He was a quiet man, modest of his achievements
and talents. He leaves us with the memory of a loving father and a trusted
friend. A Memorial service will be held January 18, 3:00 p.m. at the
University Lutheran Church, 9595 La Jolla Shores Drive, La Jolla
California. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the National Downs
Syndrome Society, 666 Broadway; 8th Floor, New York, NY 10012.

Eddie Jr. Cypress View Mortuary

Michael G., 77, born St. Joseph, MO, died Jan. 11, 1997. Survived by wife
Patricia, 3 children Michael, Jr., James & Patricia, 4 step-children Mark,
Michael, Beth & Diana, 8 grandchildren and 1 great grandchild. Member of
the Knights of Columbus and the order of Alhabra. Viewing Tues. 3 p.m.
Paris-Frederick Mortuary followed by Rosary at 7 p.m. Mass Wed. 10 a.m.
Guardian Angels Catholic Church, Santee. Entombment El Camino Memorial Park.

San Diego Tribune
October 19, 1984

Memorial services for Florence P. Beardsley, 77, of Hillcrest, will be at
11 a.m. tomorrow in All Saints Episcopal Church. Burial will be in Glen
Abbey Memorial Park. Merkley-Mitchell Mortuary is in charge. She died
Tuesday in a hospital.
Mrs. Beardsley, a concert pianist, was born in Sacramento and lived in the
county 74 years. She was a long time member of the Wednesday Club, a docent
of the San Diego Museum of Art, a 1929 graduate of Mills College and a
daughter of the late W.H. Porterville, a former editor of the San Diego Sun.
Survivors include two daughters, Ann Beardsley-Chisham of San Diego and
Susan Beardsley-Blacksher of Sacramento; and five grandchildren. The family
suggested donations to the American Cancer Society or a favorite charity.

A rosary will be recited and a mass said for Mildred W. Moran, 66, of
Allied Gardens, at 8 tonight in St. Therese's Roman Catholic Church. Burial
will be n El Camino Memorial park. McCormick-Carroll's Mortuary is in
charge. She died Wednesday in a hospital.
Mrs. Moran was born n Minnesota and lived in the county 25 years. She
worked in the food serice at Henry High School and was a sultana in Banu
Caravan and a member of the International Order of Alhambra.
Survivors include her husband , Michael; two sons, Michael of San Diego
and James of Phoenix; two daughters, Patricia Baron of Phoenix and Janet
Clark of Iowa; a sister, Irma Miller of Wisconsin; two brothers, Rudolph
Schmidt of Minneapolis and Eric Schmidt of Wisconsin; 11 grandchildren; and
a great-granddaughter. The family suggested donations to the Order of
Alhambra Foundation Fund for retarded children.

Services for Audra Mitchell-Cowart, 79, a longtime North Park resident,
will be at 1 p.m. Tuesday in Lewis Colonial-Benbough Mortuary. Cremation
was planned, with ashes to be inurned in Mount Hope Cemetery. She died
Wednesdy in a hospital.
Mrs. Mitchell-Cowart was born in Iowa and lived in the county 73 years.
She managed the drapery department at the J.C. Penney Co. Inc. store in
North Park for 17 years, then started a drapery business. She was a former
member of the Daughters of the American Revolution and the Rebecca Lodge.
Survivors include two sons, John Cowart of San Carlos and James Henderson
of Washington, D.C.

A memorial Mass for Kymberlee A. Hartwell, 15, a La Mesa resident, will be
said at 7:30 Monday in Santa Sophia Roman Catholic Church. Entombment in
Cypress View Mausoleum was planned. Cypress View-Bonham Brothers Mortuary
was in charge. She died Wednesday in a hospital.
She was born in San Diego, attended Santa Sophia School for eight years
and was a sophomore at Our Lady of Peace Academy. A cheerleader in high
school and elementary school, she represented Santa Sophia in Chicago in
the 1982 national cheerleading championships.
Survivors include her father, Edwin of La Mesa; her mother, Joanne , and a
brother, Eddy, both of San Diego; and her grandparents, Charles Hartwell of
Santa Cruz and Antoinette Hartwell and Donald and Helen Miller, all of San

San Diego Tribune
July 16, 1959

Mrs. Luella Lombard, 87, of 4503 Hamiltion St., a resident here 45 years,
died Tuesday in a hospital. She was the great-grandmother of Mrs. A. Paul
Sutherland of San Diego, the former Marla English, screen actress and
former Miss San Diego.
Mrs. Lombard was born in Illinois.
Survivors include four daughters, Mrs. Jack Helm, Mrs. Estella Gillespie,
Mrs. Eva Hanmer, and Mrs. Joseph Jones; three sons, Raymond W.,
Earl A., and H. M. Lombard, all of San Diego; a brother and a sister. There
are nine grandchildren, 13 great-grandchildren and two
Services will be held at 2:30 p.m. tomorrow in Lewis Colonial Mortuary.
Burial will be n Mount Hope Cemetery.

Masonic sevices will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday Pacific Beach Mortuary for
Donald Gantner, 44 of 1634 Law St., a World War II veteran. Burial will be
in Ft. Rosecrans National Cemetery.
Mr. Gantner, a Convair employe who formerly served 22 years in the Navy,
died Tuesday in a hospital.
Born in Fresno, he had lived here 20 years.
Survivors are his widow, Jeane, three daughters, Mrs. Norma Vuletich, and
Donna and Terry Gantner; a sister, and two brothers.

Services for William L. Brackenbury, 60 who died Sunday in the Navy
Hospital, will be held at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday in Goodbody's Ivy Chapel.
Mr. Brackenbury, of 819 Liverpool Ct. Mission Beach, was a resident of San
Diego for 45 years. He was an auto machinist and owned Brackenbury Auto

Evening Tribune
January 8, 1968

Services for Mrs. Theresia M. Wahlberg, 75, a private music teacher, will
be held at 9 a.m. tomorrow in St. James By The Sea Episcopal Church. Burial
will be in El Camino Memorial Park.
Mrs. Wahlberg, of 2563 Comstock St., died Saturday. A native of Illinois,
she lived here 23 years. She was a member of San Diego Music Teachers
Association and a graduate of Augustine College in Illinois.
Survivors include her husband, Daniel W.; one son, Andrew N.; and three

Rosary will be recited at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow in Bonham Brothers Mortuary
for Charles L. Rodriguez, 66, of 3336 Market St. Graveside services will be
held at 11 a.m. Wednesday in Holy Cross Cemetery.
Mr. Rodriguez, a retired construction worker, died Friday. He was born in
Los Angeles and lived here 53 years.
Survivors include two sisters, Mrs. Vera Peralto and Mrs. Stella
Villavincio, both of San Diego.

Graveside services for Mrs. Margaret A. Nelligan, 62, of 4830 Pescadero
Ave., will be held at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday in Mount Hope Cemetery with
Bonham Brothers Mortuary directing.
Mrs. Nelligan, a resident here 15 years, dieed Thursday. She was a native
of Maine. She was a sales clerk of the Owl and Drug King Drug stores for 12
She leaves no immediate survivors.

Services for Mrs. Clara R. Smith, 80, of 4479 39th St., will be held at 3
p.m. Wednesday in Greenwood Mortuary. Entombment will be in Greenwood
Mrs. Smith, a resident here 17 years, died Friday. She was born in Ohio
where she was a member of Rebecca Lodge 279.
Among the survivors are her husband, Lloyd; three sons, including Wilbur
of San Diego; and 10 grandchildren.

The Tribune
June 14, 1984

A rosary for Dorothy C. Mulhall, 86, of East San Diego, who died Monday in
a hospital, will be recited at 9:45 a.m. tomorrow in Our Lady of the Sacred
Heart Roman Catholic Church, where a Mass will be said at 10 a.m. tomorrow.
Burial will follow in Holy Cross Cemetery. Rogers Mortuary is in charge.
Survivors include a sister, Louise Duffy of Upland, Calif.

Services for Jesse L. Moye, 90, of Oceanside, were today in Oceanside
Mortuary. Burial was in Eternal Hills Memorial Park. He died Tuesday in a
convalescent hospital.
Survivors include his wife, Gussie; four sons, Vernon of Mariposa, Calif.,
Jack of Oregon, David of Leucadia, and James; three daughters, Audrey Rabel
of Tolsbo, Wash., Nancy Cook of Poway and Ruth; and a sister, Susie
Crandall of San Marcos.

Evening Tribune
January 19, 1979

El Cajon -- The rosary of Oscar Carl Buchmiller, 60, a retired Navy chief
quartermaster, will be recited at 9:30 a.m. tomorrow and a Mass will be
said at 10 a.m. at Holy Trinity Roman Catholic Church, followed by burial
at Holy Cross Cemetery.
Paris Mortuary is in charge of the arrangements.
Mr Buchmiller died Wednesday in his home at ____ _____ St..  A native of
Gillette, Ark., he had spent 33 years in the county and was active as a cub
scout leader for five years.
He served in the Navy from 1936 to 1956, and was a veteran of both World
War II and the Korean War. Later he worked as a custodian at Holy Cross
Cemetery for four years.
He is survived by his wife, Joan A.; two daughters, Ninelle Colson  and
Rose Marie Buchmiller, of El Cajon; three sons, John, James and the Rev.
Ronald Buchmiller, also of El Cajon; and six grandchildren.
The family requested that no flowers be sent.

Chula Vista -- Services for Francis E. Murray, 79, a former Naval Training
Center Security patrolamn, will be held at 1 p.m. tomorrow at Greenwood
Mortuary, followed by entombment in Greenwood Mausoleum.
Mr. Murray died Wednesday in a hospital. He resided at 1500 Third Ave.,
No. 52, and had spent 23 years in the county. He worked for 12 years as a
security patrolman.
Mr. Murray was a native of Chicago, Ill., and served inthe U.S. Army
during World War II.
He is survivied by his wife, Elizabeth V., a son; a brother; a sister, Ann
Palmer of San Diego;  a nephew, Wiliam Powers of San Diego; and an aunt.

The rosary for Mary LoGrasso, 67, was recited at 7:30 last night at
Goodbody Mortuary and a Mass was said at 9 a.m. today at Our Lady of the
Rosary Roman Catholic Church.
Burial in Holy Cross Cemetery followed.
Mrs. LoGrasso, of 1610 W. Redwood St., died Tuesday in a hospital. She was
a homemaker and a native of St. Louis who had spent 60 years in San Diego.
She was a member of Our Lady of the Rosary Church, the Maria S.S.
Addoloria Society, and the Societa De Maria S.S. Del Lume.
Mrs. LoGrasso is survived by three sons, Vito, Calogero, and Anthony; five
grandchildren; two great-grandchildren, all of San Diego.

Evening Tribune
September 27, 1961

Chula Vista -- Services for Immanuel H. Young, 66, will be held at 8 a.m.
tomorrow in Greenwood Mortuary with an honor guard by the Boy Scouts
Commissioners. Burial will be in Ft. Rosecrans National Cemetery.
Mr. Young, of 288 Broadway, died Friday at his home.
He was a native of Illinois and lived in this area four years. He was a
retired used car salesman.
A veteran of World War I, he was past commander of American Legion Post
521, Rio Linda, Calif., and member of American Legion Post 6, San Diego. He
was assistant district commissioner of San Diego County Council Boy Scouts
of America.
Survivors include his widow, Lillian F.; two sons, Robert L. of San Diego,
and Virgil of Missouri, and four daughters, Mrs. Dira Clow, Mrs. Betty
Ridgemen and Mrs. Wanda Teemand, all of Illinois, and Miss Joyce Young of

Services for Mrs. Marguerite (Mickey) Young, 58, of 3856 Strand Way, will
be at 2:30 p.m. tomorrow in Bonham Brothers Mortuary.
Mrs. Young, who had lived here 50 years, died Monday in a hospital. She
was born in Huntington Beach. Mrs. Young was a member of Hosiptality Court
No. 779. Independent Order of Foresters, and Veterans of Foreign Wars, O.K.
Ingram Auxilliary Post, which will officiate at the services.
Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Marguerite J. Sismour, and two sisters,
Mrs. Irene King and Mrs. Frances Garland, all of San Diego.
Cremation is planned.

Mrs. Eleanor Louise Stanton, 82, a San Diego county teacher from 1897 to
1941, died Saturday at her home, 225 Walnut Ave.
Memorial services will be held at 3 p.m. tomorrow in Greenwood Mortuary
with burial in Greenwood Memorial Park.
From 1928 to 1941 she taught lip reading for the San Diego High School
Adult program.
She was a member of San Diego Chapter of the Daughters of the American
Revolution, Ziac Rowing Club and First Church of Christ Scientist.

Poway -- Services for George Bernard, 65, of 13803 Temple St., will be at
1 p.m. Friday at Bonham Brothers Mortuary, with burial in Mount Hope Cemetery.
Mr. Bernard, a retired landscaper and bartender, who was born in Old Town,
San Diego, died Monday at his home.
Surviving are his widow, Beatrice; a daughter, Mrs. Wilma Henderson,
National City, and three brothers, Louis, Clifford and John, of San Diego.

Services for Alvin Morse McCullough, 66, of 771 Saphire St., will be at 1
p.m. tomorrow in Bonham Brothers Mortuary.
Mr. McCullough, a retired real estate broker, died yesterday at his home.
His widow, Anna, survives.
Entombment will be in Cypress View Mausoleum.

Evening Tribune
December 26, 1913

NELSON---In this city December 24, 1913, Nelson Edward Nelson, father of
Helen V., and Cora I. Nelson, And Mrs. Alex Montague of San Diego, Mrs. S.
A. Ferrie of North Battleford, Sask, and Mrs. William Hunter of
Minneapolis, Minn., and Grandfather of Lula M. and D. J. La Brache of San
Diego, a native of Norway, aged 89 years, 11 months, 29 days.
Announcement of funeral services will be made later by Johnson, Connell &

TAYLOR---At National City, December 25, 1913; Charles S. Taylor, husband of
Anna M. Taylor and father of Matthias, Elizabeth, Charles and Patricia
Taylor of National City, a native of Pennsylvania, aged 66 years, 11
months, 2 days.
Friends are invited to attend the funeral services at the Baptist church in
National City Monday at 10 o'clock a.m. Interment at Greenwood cemetery.

Evening Tribune
March 2, 1967

Rosary for Roy Ralph Musacco, 48 a native San Diegan who died yesterday,
will be recited at 8:15 tomorrow in Rogers Mortuary. Requiem Mass will be
said at 10 a.m. Saturday in Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Catholic Church.
Burial will be in Holy Cross Cemetery.
Mr. Musacco, of 3627 Dwight St., a Navy veteran of World War II, was a
He is survived by his widow, Inez; his children, Roy Jr., Douglas,
Stephen, Sharon, Robert and Curtis; a brother, Louie; and three sisters,
Mrs. Florence Gerache, Mrs. Nina Miali, and Mrs. Connie Liuzzi, all of San

Lemon Grove -- Services for Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Henderson, 66, of 6590
MacArthur Drive, will be held at 3 p.m. Monday in Johnson-Saum & Knobel
Mortuary. Cremation is planned.
Mrs. Henderson died yesterday. She was born in Canada and lived here 38
years. She was a volunteer worker for the American Red Cross, a member of
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church and a former member, of Fleet Reserve
Association Branch 47 Auxiliary.
Surviving are her husband, Herbert; a daughter, Mrs. Linda Jean Krause,
and a son, James E., both of San Diego; three brothers, a sister and her

Rosary for Mrs. Mary Louise Pelkey, 84, of 5602 University Ave., who died
yesterday, will be recited at 7 p.m. Sunday in Johnson-Saum & Knobel
Chapel. Requiem Mass will be said at 9 a.m. Monday in Our Lady of Sacred
Heart Catholic Church. Burial will be in Holy Cross Cemetery.
Mrs. Pelkey, a native of Canada, was a county resident 24 years.
She is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Florence Gagnon; a son, George; and a
half-sister, Margaret Chialistri, all of San Diego; four grandchildren and
two great-grandchildren.

San Diego Tribune
November 26, 1952

La Mesa, Nov. 26 (Special)--- Van Wyke Liston, 75, of 4675 Third Ave.,
retired drug company foreman, died yesterday at his home. He had lived here
eight years.
He leaves two daughters, Mrs. R. M. Davies, San Diego, and Mrs. Helen
Doherty, Oregon.
Services will be Friday at 1 p.m. at Lewis Colonial Mortuary, San Diego,
followed by cremation.

Mrs. Ella Riggs, 68, retired school teacher and native of Utah, died today
at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Bonnie Levine, 2482 Wolcott St. She had
lived her 13 months.
Services and burial will be in Glendale, Ariz., with Goodbody's Mortuary
in charge.

Graveside services will be at 10 a.m. Friday in Ft. Rosecrans National
Cemetery for Ralph Winter, 46, of 1675 Bacon St. He died yesterday.
Beardsley Mortuary is in charge.

San Diego Tribune
July 17, 1991

HEINS --Cecil M., resident of San Diego 89 yrs. Private Intermant Ft.
Rosecrans National cemetery.
Merkley-Mitchell Mortuary

INGRANDE --Eileen M., 59, of Florida died July 6, 1991. Survived by husband
Leonard, daughter Diane Avila, sons Salvatore and Christopher, 6
grandchildren. Memorial Mass Thurs 7 p.m. Our Lady of the Rosary Church,
San Diego.

JAY --Dennis O., 44, died June 28, 1991. Memorial Services Saturday 10 a.m.
Merkley-Mitchell Mortuary. Private Inurnment Mt. Hope Cemetery.

JONES --Jesse Lee, age 73, former long time resident of San Diego, passed
away July 13, 1991 in Bellingham, Wa. Survived by wife, Virginia; daughter
Judi Simenson; 2 grandchildren; 1 great granddaughter; 3 brothers including
Dave Jones of San Diego; 4 sisters. Funeral Service Thurs. July 18, 10 a.m.
Jones-Moles Funeral home, Bellingham WA.

JONES --Robert Michael "Mike", 42, died after a 9 month battle with cancer
Sun. July 7 1991 in Edmons, Washington at home with his family. Former
owner of a sign business. Vietnam veteran. Survived by wife Sherry, 2 sons
Ryan Michael & Kelin Michael, father & mother Bob & Carolyn Jones, 4
brothers John, Stephen, Andrew and Matthew, 3 sisters Jennifer Hough, Sue
Wilford & Carol Benolt all of the San Diego area. Memorial services for
family & friends Wed. July 17, 11 a.m. at Maranatha Chapel, 12855 Black
Mountain Rd., SD with inurnment at 1 p.m. Ft. Rosecrans Nat'l Cemetery.
Flowers or donations to the Wellness Community of San Diego, 3760 Convoy,
S. 320, SD, CA. 92111

JORGENSON --Edna Wave. Mother of Dorothy Rising and Mae Redfield. 5
Grandchildren, 5 great-grandchildren. Visitation noon to 8 p.m. Tues.
Services 2 p.m. Wed. Paris-Frederick Mortuary El Cajon. Memorial donations
may be made to First Presbyterian Church of El Cajon pre-School Fund.

LYNCH --Geraldine, died July 15, 1991. Wife of Norfleet Lynch. Mother of
Paul Lynch. Daughter of Beatrice Mitchell. Sister of Elzora Smith and Henry
Elster. Services Mon. 11 a.m. Greenwood Mortuary. Interment Riverside
National Cemetery.

MARSHALL --Charles F., died July 15, 1991. Survived by his mother &
step-father Mr. & Mrs. Mark L. Ashley, of Clairemont, 3 daughters Cheryl
Gardner, of San Diego, Debbie Graham of Poway & Pam Lindquist of Clearlake,
CA. 6 grandchildren and 1 great grandchild.

NELSON --Justin, passed away at the age of 20. Survived by his father Chris
and Mother Patricia and sister Jenna and Grandmother Betty Cox. Memorial
Service Wed. July 17 at 6:30 p.m. The Chapel of the Roses. In lieu of
flowers contributions to the Justin Nelson Scholarship Fund at the Sundown
Ranch. "One Sundown at a time." Glen Abbey Mortuary Directing.

SMITH --Natalie A., died July 14, 1991. Born in Pittsburg, PA. A 50 year
resident of San Diego. Wife of the late Sidney Smith. Survived by daughter
Sheila Lipinsky, son-in-law Jeffrey Lipinsky. 2 grandsons Daren & Steven
all of San Diego, many nieces & nephews. She was active in many charitable
organizations including the San Diego Hebrew Home where she contributed
philanthropically as well as providing entertainment activities for the
residents. She will always be remembered for her sparkle and smile and will
be missed by all who knew her. Services Thurs. 1 p.m. Greenwood Mortuary.
Entombment Sholom Mausoleum. In lieu of flowers donations to S.D. Hebrew,
S.D. Hospice or your favorite charity.

STORCH --Marie E., died July 15, 1991. Mother of Kurt (Virginia) Storch.
Grandmother of Kurt Storch and Holly (Wes) Norris. Great Grandmother of
Eric and Brock Norris. Services Thurs. 12 noon Greenwood Mortuary.
Entombment Greenwood Mausoleum.

San Diego Tribune
December 21, 1988

AVILA --Margaret W. Recitation of the Rosary Wed. 7 p.m. Greenwood Garden
Chapel. Mass of the Resurrection Thurs. 9 a.m. St. Rita's Catholic Church.
Entombment Greenwood Mausoleum. Directed by Greenwood Mortuary.

BLASH --Steve. Age 64. Died suddenly Dec. 19, 1988. Paratrooper World War II
Pacific, member Painter's Local 333. Survived by sons, Stephen and Robert,
2 grandchildren, Margi and Kristi, brother, Julius of El Cajon. Services
will be held at home. Private inurnment Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery.
Balboa Cremation Services.

CALL --Dennis, 33. Passed away Dec. 18, 1988. Son of Donald and Della Call.
Brother of Donald Keith Call. Grandson of Josephine Nelson. Memorial
services at the La Mesa Assembly of God Church, 8809 La Mesa Blvd, 11 a.m.
Thurs. Dec. 22. In lieu of flowers contributions to American Cancer Society.

CHARLES --Robert Pat. Services Thursday 1 p.m. Greenwood Garden Chapel.
Interment Greenwood Memorial Park.

DARISSE --Albert F., III. Died Dec. 18, 1988. Husband of Kristen Darisse.
Father of Justin Darisse and new expected child in 1 month. Son of Albert
and Maureen Darisse, Jr. Service Thurs. 4 p.m. 32nd St. Naval Station
Chapel. Interment New Hampshire. Lewis Colonial/Benbough Mortuary
directors. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to the Cancer Fund.

DEMARS --Ann Leota. Survived by husband Edmund. 2 sisters, Gertrude of San
Diego and Julia of Geneva, Ill. Neptune Society.

HAZER --Cecilia Alberta. Died Dec. 20 1988. Resident of San Diego for 40
years. Wife Ervin Hazer. Mother of Bill, Barbara, Kathy & John, all of
Calif. She was a Kaiser Hospital volunteer. Rosary 7:30 p.m. Thurs. Mass
10:30 a.m. Fri. Both St. Therese Catholic Church. In lieu of flowers
donations to the American Cancer Society or St. Vincent Homeless Center.
Featheringill Mortuary.

JANUS --John E. Born 23 January 1911 in Harrisburg, Illinois. Died 16 Dec.
1988 at Mercy Hospital. Retired & a 4 year resident of S.D. He was an avid
golfer, fishermen and bridge player. Member of Poway Valley Sr. Citizens.
Survived by sister, Nancy Freund of DesPlains, IL., 2 sons, Jan (Shirley)
Janus of Poway, CA and William Janus of Chicago, IL. In lieu of flowers,
donations to the American Heart Assn.

MACOMBER --Rita. Passed away Dec. 19, 1988. Mother of Richard and Lester
Macomber. 6 grandchildren. 8 great grandchildren. Graveside service Thurs.
11 a.m. Glen Abbey Memorial Park. Lewis Colonial Benbough Mortuary.

MANGANO --Robert Anthony. Age 26. Passed away Dec. 19, 1988 in Seattle,
Wash. Son of Mario Mangano and Patricia Guinan. Brother of Ted, Angela and
Helen Mangano. At Robert's request cremation & scattering of ashes at sea.

SHEPLER --Scott A. Died Dec. 17, 1988 at age 44. Retired from Solar
Turbines. Viewing Wed. 5 to 8 p.m. and service Thurs. 11 a.m. Both at
Bonham Bros. & Lee Ramona Chapel, 12th & D St. Private interment.

SHINN -Julie Ann. Private graveside services. Greenwood Memorial Park.
Contributions to the American Cancer Society. Greenwood Mortuary.

TOMAS --Maria F. Passed away Dec. 17, 1988. Mother of Mary Alice Kinney. 6
grandchildren. 6 great grandchildren. Rosary Wednesday (tonight) 7 p.m.
Goodbody Blvd. Chapel. Mass Thursday 10:30 a.m. St. Didacus Catholic
Church. Entombment Holy Cross Mausoleum.

TURNER --Larry T., AMSC, USN, died Dec. 16, 1988. Survived by Suzanne Marie
Turner. Beloved father of Lisa Marie Turner and Bryan Thomas Turner.
Grandfather of Eric O'Neal. Son of Gertrude Turner. 3 brothers, 5 sisters.
Services Thurs. 1 p.m. Naval Air Station Mirmar Chapel. Private inurnment
Ft. Rosecrans Nat'l Cemetery. Lewis Colonial/Benbough directors.

UHER --Katherine. Died Dec. 19, 1988. Mother of Alfons Uher. Grandmother of
Cynthia Stanchak. Visitation Thurs. 10 a.m.- 9 p.m. at Greenwood Mortuary.
No services are planned. Private entombment Greenwood Mausoleum.

VOLK --Matthew M. Born July 17, 1968. Passed on Dec. 17, 1988. Son of Judy
Bell and Dr. Michael Volk. Brother of Kris and Neil Volk. Services 7:30
p.m. Wed. St. Brigid Catholic Church, 4735 Cass, Pacific Beach. In lieu of
flowers donations in Matt's name to Father Carroll's Homeless Shelter,
downtown S.D.

ZOOK --Dr. Joseph H., 47. Died Dec. 19, 1988. Husband of Linda Zook. Father
of Eric & Jennifer Zook. Son of Josephine Zook. Brother of Steve Zook, Fred
Zook, Dan Zook, Chet Whalen, Suzanne Martin & Lorretta Zook. Rosary Wed. 7
p.m. Goodbody Chapel. Mass 1 p.m. Thurs. St. Diddcus Church. Interment Holy
Cross Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations to St. Augustin's H.S., the
Fund for Eric Zook's continuing Education, attn: Father Wasco.

Evening Tribune
May, 3, 1923
Charles Chase, who has been a prominent property owner of San Diego and
formerly a druggist here, died last night at his home. Ninth and Date
streets, after an ilness of several weeks. He was 73 years old, and had
lived in San Diego since 1869. Funeral services will be announced later by
the Benbough funeral directors. Surviving the deceased are his widow and
five children: Lewis B., Estelle D., Harland and Sidney Chase and Mrs.
Gertrude McAuliffe.

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