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Frank David
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Dad, fond & loving memories attending the Solons baseball games when I was a child, & then the Giants games as an adult.
I miss you!
Love,
Your Daughter
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Hazel Taylor
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Go rest high on that mountain mom, you will always be in our hearts and you will be missed more than you could ever know.
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Heather Andreini
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Heather, you will always be in our hearts!
Kathy and Jim Blaschke
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Carmen Lucy Horney
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To my loving mom known by Lucy and Mom Mom, you are greatly missed by many. Your warm smile and the way you make people feel at home by your welcoming spirit and yummy PR food. Not a day goes by that you are not thought of. Can’t wait till we are reunited in heaven with new bodies and no more tears or pain. Until we meet again! Love you more Mamita!!!
Love, Kitten (Katlyn Dordevic)
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Katherine Kenneally
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I want to thank the entire Snowline staff, especially her nurse Karen, for all the great care given to my mother. All of you at Snowline made a difference and made my mother's last few months so much better.

Tim Kenneally

Mom- we miss you and will never forget you.
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Siegfried Mueller
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Cheers to a happy harmonica player. You will be missed. I love you dad.
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Donna Holt
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Donna Kay Holt

With profound sadness we announce the passing of Donna Kay (Ferrell) Holt on December 27, 2020. Donna left this life and received her angel wings surrounded by her husband and children, at home in Lincoln, California. A beloved wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, and
friend, Donna spread love through gracious hospitality and kindness.
Donna was born June 15, 1942, in Hoopeston, Illinois, the daughter of Elmer Burton Ferrell and Versia Catherine Ferrell, who preceded her in death. Two brothers, Howard and Dale, and four sisters, Ana Mary Glover, Margaret Ziebart, Margory Hinkle, and Shirley Pence, also preceded her in death.
She is survived by her high school sweetheart and husband of 61 years, John Charles Holt, and her daughter Julie Maul (Brian), Sparks, NV, sons Eric Holt (Ricki), Spring, TX and Darrin Holt, Roseville, CA, 4 grandchildren, 6 great-grandchildren, and numerous nieces and nephews. All of these she loved and touched deeply. Donna was a dedicated mother, first and foremost. She treasured her children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren and embraced every moment with them. She especially loved her role as Grandma and Gigi (Great Grandma). Four years ago, she and John moved from Hoopeston
to California to be closer to her grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Donna attended Hoopeston schools, worked at City National Bank in Hoopeston for over 25 years, and was a longtime member of Hoopeston United Methodist Church. Donna was an avid cook and gardener. She especially loved to try new recipes and adding to her extensive collection of cookbooks. She also loved hosting friends and family, in particular for a game (or three) of cards and plenty of laughs. Christmas was a very special time for Donna, who enjoyed decorating the house with her unique Santa collection, baking cookies for friends and family, and attending Christmas Eve candlelight church service.

Beloved Wife, Mother, Grandmother and GiGi (Great-Grandmother) who will be missed dearly and held always close to our hearts.
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Kari Eide
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From the moment I met Kari I knew she was something special. She had a presence of grace and kindness that was so genuine I just wanted to be near her.
My heart is breaking for her family and the friends she left behind, as well as a world that is in so need of angels like her.
I thank God for bringing her into my life and for the precious time I had to call her friend, even if not long enough.
Prayers for comfort and strength to Keith as he soldiers on without her by his side. She will forever be in our hearts and we will see her again.
~ Judy Pruett
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Daniel J Cuddihy
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You left us far too early that very sad and tragic day, July 29, 1994! There isn't a day that goes by that I don't think about you and the terrific man I know you would have become!
I'll miss you forever Danny as does your brother, Justin!

Your mom who loves you forever!
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Beth Ann Tombs
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from one of the four mouseketeers to another. i'll always remember your huge and caring heart for others. Love always.

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MARY MEIRING
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SO SORRY MARY PASSED. SHE WILL BE MISSED BY HER FAMILY AND HER FRIENDS AT THE OAKLAND ATHLETICS BOOSTER CLUB
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John Pasic
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A wonderful and loving father, grandfather, and husband who taught and supported us with so many of life's lessons. Never forgotten, memory eternal. Vjecnaja Pamjat.
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Darryl Shaver (Dody)
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Dody,

It's just too hard to say goodbye, so we'll just say "Until we meet again". We are truly sad that you are no longer here with us, but extremely happy that you are now in Heaven. Now you no longer have to struggle or fight but just rest easy and be at peace.

You are missed each and every day and will be...until we see you again!!

WE WILL ALWAYS LOVE YOU!! KEEP ON SMILING, BROTHER!!!
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Clifford Altman
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To my big brother and best friend in life. Cliff, you were always there for me when it counted. You were always true and fair with me, protected me when we were growing up and taught me so much during our times together. Even when we were apart, I was always thinking about you and I still do. We had great laughs together that I will never forget. I still laugh about all the trouble we could get into. You were one of the bravest people I have ever known. I love you with all my heart Big Brother. Rest Well In Peace.
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Preston Thompson
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Our Dad was the sweetest and kindest man I have ever known. No one had a bad word to say about him and he never spoke ill of others. He was a World War II veteran who passed away at 97 years of age. He never talked about the war until the last few years of his life but he was proud to have served. He loved his family and he loved farming and he devoted himself to both of his loves. He gave us an example of what it means to be a good human being. We were so fortunate to have him in our lives and we will miss him like crazy. A very proud daughter named Bonnie.
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Darlene J. Haro
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In loving memory of my sweet wife wife who left us much too early.
Love, Pete
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Roberto Xavier
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Forever rest in peace, Robert.

Much love
Sonny(in spirit) and Irene
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Roberto Xavier
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Our deepest condolences to the Xavier family for your loss of Robert.

God bless

Dan & Phyllis
Denver, CO
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Jerry Manzano
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Jerry was a great husband, father, grandfather and friend. I was lucky to know him most of my life. He always had a good word to say and was ready with a joke or a laugh. I always admired him for all the projects he did. Building his own house was amazing and then always making improvements inside and out. My nickname for him was Jerry Villa (after the TV star of This Old house. He was an amazing person and will be missed dearly. I send my love and prayers to my sister Mary, Leah, Kim and all the grand kids and extended family.
RIP Jerry.
Randy Wolff
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Jerry Manzano
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I would like to convey my condolences to Mary, Leah, Kim, and all members of Jerry’s family. Your loss is felt by all that know him as I am certain that I am not alone in recognizing Jerry’s kindness, inclusiveness, and strength of character.

My experiences with Jerry occurred intermittently throughout my life, but most frequently when I was young. I remember Jerry and Mary babysitting my sister and I when I was quite small. I always felt safe and welcome with them. I recall visiting Jerry and Mary with my dad or grandfather, somewhat frequently through high school. He was always glad to see us, and we felt the same. As Iife became busier, I visited less, but again felt as welcome as ever when I did, especially when I introduced them to my daughter, Delana. It didn’t matter how long I was unable to visit, when I would return he always felt the same; welcoming, strong, caring, inclusive, like family.

I wish I could have spent more time with him. I will miss you Jerry.

Thank you for everything,
Joe Tellez
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JERRY Manzano
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I will always treasure the memories with my uncle JERRY. He was big and tall, dark haired and handsome. He was one of 4 brothers I affectionately called my Spanish mofia. They were strong and opinionated and I never felt safer than I was with one of them. Aside from being in all my childhood holiday memoriesJERRY helped me through the most difficult journey of caring for my mom. On the day of her memorial service he hugged me and whispered in my ear “ you will never regret the care you gave your her”. That was his mantra. Family. He loved them fiercely if you hurt one of us expect to be scared. Hehe! He and my Aunt Mary walked ouT what they said was the right thing. They opened their home to family constantly to be caregivers. I adored you JERRY. I will miss you. may your legacy of loving your family live on through your kids and grandkids. I love you! Praying every day for Mary and family.
Your niece Linda Lehmann
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Don Relfe
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Don
I have always loved you with all my heart.
Pat
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Jerry manzano
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Ilove you Dad. I miss you already.
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Jerry Manzano
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Manzano, Gerald (Jerry) S.

On Friday, August 28, 2020, Jerry passed away at his home from CHF surrounded by his
family. Jerry was born on Oct. 18,1941 to Gabriella and Joe Manzano in Roseville, CA. He lived in Roseville all his life. He workedas a machinist for the S.P.R.R. for 27 years.
He was preceded in death by his parents and brothers Joe and Gabriel. He is survived by
his wife Mary, daughter Leah (Chris), daughter Kim (Dave), 5 grandsons Chris, Andrew, Kyle (Molli), Joey (Samantha), and Talon, and 6 great grandchildren, Kierra, Arianna, Landon, Julian, Harmony, and Kaidan, and his brother, John. He loved his family very much.
Services will be private.
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Vincent James Tornincasa
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Hi Dad,
I love you. I miss you already. I'm proud of you, I hope to get to see you again.
Dad was special, he was funny and fun, he loved animals, let us have pets, and was always around in our lives, making us a priority, making us laugh and teaching us valuable lessons. Dad was also tough and it was clear to me, that he wanted us kids to succeed, be strong, contribute, and live happy lives.
As kids, Dad encouraged us to be active and to go do things. He didn’t accept laziness. No sleeping in and he pushed us to get out of the house on the weekends. He’d ask us what are plans are … and we’d say, just hanging out dad, watching some TV. And he say, well if you plan on staying home, I’m going to put you to work. One time he had us clean out the garage… That entailed us taking every single thing out of the garage, sweeping and dusting and then putting everything back in the garage. After doing that one time, us kids were gone every weekend.
As teenagers, Dad encouraged us to have friends, socialize and date. I believe that Dad felt he had found something so special with mom, that he wanted us kids to find someone special too.
Dad was a cool dad. He coached our softball teams, showed up to all our sporting events. Took us to the beach, skiing and snowboarding … he’d invite our classmates over and even threw us a surprise 16th birthday. And it was really nice how he planned it. Knowing we’d want to look our best, and without giving away the surprise, dad said get ready, for your birthday, your getting professional photos done... and when we got home from the shoot, surprise, all our classmates were there. Thanks dad. I also remember one time, we were working on the class Float … and there were about 30 classmates over, and Dad showed up with like 100 MC d’s for everyone. IT was cool.
Dad was a source of wisdom, we’d call him OLD WISE ONE… he was direct and he could tell us straight… I remember in my 20’s, still single, telling my father, hey dad, I am a vegetarian. He paused, took a minute to respond and then he said …does this mean you’re going to stop shaving your arm pits? No Dad. He then would say … gosh, your making it tougher to get a man.
Dad cared deeply about our education and setting us up for success … He had us working with tutors, we took speech classes, he’d watch us do typing on the computer and even taught us how to trade stocks. Thanks dad.
Dad took an active interest in my career. He was a big source of support and made a big effort to come visit me at my places of work … some of YOU may think, well, visiting your kid at work, that’s no big deal … well, when your kid has 6 jobs in 10 years and lives 500 miles away, Its a big deal … not only was Dad interested in what I was working on, he showed up there.
I had a lot of quality time with my father. One winter in particular, where I was in between jobs, and work in real estate was slow, we got season passes to sierra at tahoe. Dad and I would get up early, pack lunches, and go skiing couple days a week … our plan was do 10 runs on west bowl, and by noon, we were on our way to Harvey’s for poker. It was a nice balanced day, 2 hours skiing and 8 hours playing poker … great time in my life.
Vacations as a family were always the best of times … no one more FUN to go on vacation with then Dad. We went to the Caribbean, several trips to Mexico together… always having a blast and it was something I looked forward to every year.
Dad loved my mom so much. It was special to see … it provided a great example of what was possible. A few years ago … he had sent us kids an email with a photo of mom and him here, at the house, in the snow … and it simply read, 40 years of bliss! SO sweet!
I just celebrated my third year wedding anniversary last month. It was a great day in my life and I was so happy to have shared it with my Dad and he could walk me down the aisle. Anyone that attended the wedding … saw a good glimpse of who my father was. He was charming, funny, charismatic, outgoing, the life of the party ... Even years after the wedding … I still have Lees family tell me …How funny my dad was … he never got off the dance floor… and how great it was to meet him.
Dad had made an impression … I’m so grateful that I was able to move up here and be closer to him … and that my dad and husband became friends & family.
Of all the things dad did for me, it was his love of life that I will remember most. I know that dad didn’t need our help or want our help cleaning the garage, or that he cared it we kissed a boy … it was his way of getting us to live life. He didn’t want us to miss out on life experiences by being afraid or staying home. And even with his terminal diagnosis, dad showed me how to live life to the fullest.
In closing, I could count on dad for anything, he was a great father and friend. I have a very high opinion of my father, one that I never wanted to disappoint him, make him mad or feel anything but proud of me. He had a very kind heart and put family first. With my dad’s passing, though I feel it was way too soon, I feel lucky to have nearly 40 years with him and I’m so grateful that he was my dad. I love you dad. You’re the best.
Love you so much! Your daughter Heather
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Vincent James Tornincasa Jr.
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To my beloved son. He was the best father and son, and he'll live forever in my heart. He was the best husband and loved by all. Love you always, mom
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norma jean carlon
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I love and miss you so much mama! love Kellydawn
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Steven David Justice
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Steven was 34yrs old when he first found out he had stage 4 colon cancer. He cried very hard for hours on his father shoulders. I’m mom and I cried all the family cried. Steven fought against that cancer giving it all he got. Enduring so much physical and emotional pain. Suffering everyday with side effects from chemo. He endured every treatment as it slowly took away his weight, strength, inability to eat, sleepless nights. But Steven never gave up and kept a strong prayer life. Never getting angry with God but kept his faith the the Lord was with him. Steven had Mom and Dad by his side at every appointment and care. All our family united to Steven to show their love. Steve lived his life to help others, bring laughter, joy, and family support with lots of Love. After 2 years of hope, suffering and pain he passed away. So many family and friends love him so much. I will see you again soon son. I love you very much! MOM
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Byron Johnson
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Dear Byron,
Losing you has left a huge void for all of your family and everyone
who knew and loved you. You were a gifted artist and the beautiful paintings you left us with are such a precious gift of love and remembrance. You were a precious gift to our family and everyone who knew you. You just left us way too soon. We all loved you so much and
and will miss you until we are all together again.
Love, Aunt Linda
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Eric Rollins
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Thinking of you with love. Mom
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Byron Johnson
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Byron,
You came home to us in May 2017. Your family and friends loved you and you loved us back. We will miss you, but cherish the time we shared. And you were able to accomplish some of your dreams with the most important to be able to live in your own place. So grateful we were able to help make it happen for you.
Love,
Mom
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Louis Kraushar
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To a great friend who will be missed. Gene & Yvonne
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Joey Cattone
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To my one and only love. You were the light of my life and always will be.
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Mary Jo Wood
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Grandma, you are so missed. Thank you for raising me and helping me become the woman I am. I hope to honor your life and legacy everyday.
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Irene and Cal Case
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In tribute to two dear parents of a dear friend, Debbie. Many happy memories of you both, Irene and Cal. May you be shining down your love on all of us especially your dear daughter, Debbie. Love, Paul
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Irene and Cal Case
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In tribute to two dear parents of a dear friend, Debbie. Many happy memories of you both, Irene and Cal. May you be shining down your love on all of us especially your dear daughter, Debbie. Love, Paul
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Anne and Ray Manzon
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In loving tribute to my dear, dear Mum and Dad. Not a day goes by that I don't miss you. All my love, Paul
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Jo Catherine Nelson Thomas
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To my sister and best friend...You are never far from my thoughts and I miss you so much. With what would have been your 80th birthday tomorrow on December 3rd, I will sing to you tomorrow..out loud and off key, as usual. Much love forever from your sister, Jerre
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Daniel E.Wolfe
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Loving husband, father and friend.
May 17, 2019
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Thomas Lee Brunner
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In loving memory of my husband Tom. A long time ago we agreed to be together forever I know in my heart that I will be seeing you in Heaven. Together in Christ Jesus, Tom & Sherie You are missed for your family loved you!
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Dolores "Dee" Candito
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Dee devoted much of her time & energy to her
3 sons & their wives, 6 Grandkids, & 8 Great-Grandkids.
She always thought of others before she thought of herself.
She was loved & adored by all who knew her. Grandma Dee
Your memory is our keepsake, with which will never part
God has you in His keeping...we will have you in our hearts!
Nov. 21, 1932 - June 4, 2019
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Edith N Bauer
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How many children can say they were lucky enough to have there mother for 84 years. Thank you for living to 104 years. The last six years of being with you daily have been more than I could even hope for. I miss you, but you are with the rest of our family now. I will see you on the other side some day. I LOVE YOU MOTHER.
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Angelina Fiotetti
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Always an inspiration and a role model to everyone around her. Angie was loved by everyone and especially her daughter, Sandy.
Love,
Russ and Nancy
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Ronald Whitehorn
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In memory of loving Husband, Father and Grandfather.
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Daniel Joseph Cuddihy
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Your 19 years with us were awesome! Wish you were still a part of our lives. You will always be in my heart and my memories
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Dale Harnetiaux
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Miss you everyday, Daddy!
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Agnes Frances Wolfe
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Love and miss you Mom. You will be forever in my heart. Still remember the kindness and caring of the Snowline Hospice Staff. Charlotte Heath
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Larry Beaulaurier
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In loving memory of my dad
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RUSTY REIMER
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GOOD FRIEND AND A GREAT BOSS YOU WILL BE MISSED
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Sandra Newell
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Sandra was a Member of the Placerville Shakespeare Club and, as such, fulfilled several different tasks over the years. She had high standards and was always reliable, friendly and helpful even after cancer devastated her health. I had the highest respect for her. We miss her very much.
Heidi G. DeHart, Shakespeare Club Member
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Lorraine Ann Fredlund
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When we think of Lorraine we see a young mother with four busy children. She and Dave loved soccer and all played. She would run up and down the sidelines cheering, giving instructions and just involved in the game. She had such a beautiful smile and little grin among her freckles. She had lovely red curls blowing in the wind. She cared about all her family including her twin sister, Linda and her in-laws and those others who made up her group of love. She will be greatly missed by all. Goodbye, Lorraine, we will treasure that we knew you,

The John Boyan Family
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Lisa
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Lisa was lost too soon and we she will be missed tremendously. She was a generous and loving woman full of laughter and humor, and was a wonderful stepmom to me and my sister. She always made us feel welcome and, along with my dad, created a loving place for us during our visits.
Thank you to Snowline for the support you gave Lisa and my dad during her last days. It was a great comfort to me knowing you were there for them even though I was far away.
love,
jamie
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Carole Marchette
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Such a giving heart. Carole left us on July 29, 2018. We will all continue to love you forever.
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Amarjit (Amy) K. Sahota, The Girl Who Truly Loved Me
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Amy was born on October 10,1946 at her mom’s parents’ home in India. She was the third child among the three boys in the family. Her dad was attending graduate school at U.C. Davis and her granddad was living in Stockton. The family had not had a girl for several generations before. Her granddad and dad were ecstatic and threw a big party in Stockton to welcome her into the family. Her dad returned to India a few years later and did his best to spoil her. But fortunately she grew up to be a wonderful human being and a wonderful wife in spite of her family’s best efforts to spoil her.

Amy met me, Manjit Sahota, her sweetheart in 1958 at the beginning of our 7th grade and we immediately started liking each other. The two families were close friends. Slowly the liking blossomed into love and we decided to get married. Both families were very pleased with our decision. We celebrated our civil matrimony on May 22, 1970. Both our fathers, being close friends, were witnesses on our marriage certificate. This was followed by a ceremonial wedding on June 28, 1970.

Amy finished her bachelor’s degree in education after completing a degree in biology and chemistry, and we moved to Berkeley, California, where I was admitted to a doctoral program. She started doing some odd jobs and eventually working for Blue Cross to support my education. After I graduated from the U.C. in 1976, we both worked at Idaho National Laboratory, Idaho Falls, Idaho, for three years and Aerojet Solid Propulsion Company, Rancho Cordova, California, for a year. Eventually we moved to Los Alamos, New Mexico, in 1980 and had long and successful careers at the Los Alamos National Laboratory. There she completed her M.B.A. degree. She was a travel manager, Laboratory’s Budget Officer responsible for a 1.2 billion dollar annual budget, and the Laboratory’s Equal Employment Opportunity Officer reporting to the Laboratory’s Director. We retired from the Laboratory in 2008 and moved to Shingle Springs, California, to enjoy our retirement.

Alas, our happiness ended prematurely when Amy was diagnosed with Glioblastoma Stage IV brain tumor on March 6, 2018. After her surgery, radiation, and chemotherapy she succumbed to the disease and made her transition to the better worlds on Sunday, June 24, 2018. While she was totally bed ridden and going through unbearable suffering, she was more concerned about how I would survive in this world without her than her own disease. This was her only regret and during the entire three and a half months of her illness, I was her sole focus. She truly loved me more than the life itself.

In addition to me, she is survived by her two brothers Chanchal Aujla and Manjit Aujla and several nephews and nieces. Her younger brother, Sarbjit Aujla, preceded her death and succumbed to lung cancer in 2015.

I will grieve her for the rest of my unbearable empty life. I am lost without her. She will be in my heart forever. My only consolation is that she is now at a much better place and does not even care she was so sad and in pain once.

Manjit S. Sahota

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Fred Griego
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Fred Griego (December 2, 1935 - May 25, 2018)

Fred Griego, our beloved, charming and comedic father, grandfather and great-grandfather, was the fourth of five children born to Antonio and Regina Griego (Herrera) in Mora, New Mexico. He was born on Dec. 2, 1935 and joined his true love in heaven on May 25, 2018.

Fred’s parents moved the family to Cheyenne, Wyoming for work during the Depression, a big move for them since the Griegos had been in New Mexico for generations. The Griego lineage is featured as one of the original New Mexican families in several books, having arrived in 1598 with the Oñate Expedition when the area was still Mexico. Born “Daniel Feberico,” little Freddie shined shoes and sold newspapers at the local Air Force base in Cheyenne from age 7 onward, calling out, “Extra, extra! Read all about it. Baby born with mustache. Mother tickled to death!” to gain sales. It worked. He spent his earnings every Saturday on movies and candy at Cheyenne’s Lincoln Theater.

He first met his future bride, Jerrilee Hayes, in junior high, but was too shy to do much more than smile at her. He won her over when they were 18 and 17 and they eloped to Southern California, ultimately settling in Rosemead where they raised two daughters, Diana and Laurie. The family took many vacations to state and national parks in their beloved camper. Fred worked as a printer, mentoring younger workers, “The Boys,” in the trade. Several kept in touch with him up to his passing.

Fred loved playing pick-up basketball at local school and college gyms well into his 60s. He had a wicked three-pointer. Aggressive, purple-faced drives to the net for layups earned him the nickname “Fast Freddie.” Together, Fred and Jerrie were members of the Placerville Moose Lodge. Card games with friends and family were one of their favorite pastimes--Fred always brought the jokes and had everyone laughing.

Married for 60 years, Fred and Jerrie lived in Rosemead, Whittier, Lafayette (Colo.), Camino, Diamond Springs and Sacramento during their life together. He never really got over her passing in 2015. His trademark jokes and love for family will never be forgotten and everyone who ever met him loved him. He was an honorary “Dad” and “Grandpa” to many. He leaves behind a huge fan club, most notably daughters Diana Erwin and Laurie Hoskins (Tim); granddaughters Jessa Teel (Robbie) and Elena Johnson (Zach), and great-grandchildren Cooper, Becca, Alex, Hannah and James.

A Celebration of Life for our Dad, Grandfather, Great Grandfather, Fred will be held on Saturday 7 July 2018 at 11:30 at Sierra 2, Curtis Hall, located at 2791 24th Street, Sacramento, CA 95818
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Darius and Lynn Fish
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Together forever. Love, your daughters
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Walter Moffitt
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Walter Robert Moffitt, 65, passed away peacefully at home in Folsom CA on March 8, 2018 with family by his side after a short but fierce battle with PML, a viral brain disease.
Walt will be remembered as a hardworking, kind and selfless man who was devoted to his wife and family. Walt and his wife Linda loved to travel, attend Broadway snd Music Circus shows, concerts and Sacramento Kings basketball games. He loved adventures and enjoyed amusement parks where he could ride roller coasters with the grandkids. He also enjoyed baking treats for all occasions and would often bring desserts to work for his coworkers.
His sense of humor and love of life will be greatly missed.
In lieu of flowers the family would prefer you donate to Snowline Hospice 6520 Pleasant Valley Rd, Diamond Springs CA 95619-9512.

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Rosa Caviglia
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My beautiful mother returned to God on March 16, 2018 and is now amongst the angels. Over the last 4 years, she battled a relentless cancer that she faced head on with fervent bravery and determination that I will always admire. Even in her final hours, it was clear that she determined to fight, only now in a different way. She went to sleep only after knowing her entire family was by her side, her house was filled with love, and that she could finally be at peace. She is my hero. She is the definition of courageous, the billboard for perseverance, the proof that love conquers all, and now, she is and forever will be the wind beneath my wings. I love you mom, more than words can say. xoxo Christie
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Joanie Poggio
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My beautiful and loving wife who will live in my heart forever.

Larry
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Nona Bliss
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Mom, you were a shining example of love, optimism, generosity and strength. We love you and will miss you so much. Blessings on your new journey.
Your daughter, Mary.
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Cliff Altman
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Hey Dad. It's been two weeks since we said goodbye. I am a lucky daughter.
Oh Dad, what an amazing man you were! A good and goofy grandpa, too.
I am blessed to have shared my Art with you. I am grateful for all our conversations hanging out in the backyard. I will miss our talks. Love you, Karma
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Cliff Altman
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There aren’t a lot of people in this world that are as genuine and kind hearted as Cliff was. The years we worked together were truly a pleasure. We always loved our trips to the CA office as that meant we got quality time with Cliff and Carolyn- truly an amazingly couple! Carolyn you are in my thoughts Amanda my heart goes out to you. Love Alyssa Streleckis
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Cliff Altman
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Carolyn, I am so sorry to hear this. He was such a sweetheart. He is not suffering anymore and you have such beautiful memories. I know they are a. blessing. I loved being with you both and have many fond memories.

My thoughts are with you.

Much love. KathyCrooks
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Cliff Altman
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To my husband, Cliff. We were lucky to have enjoyed 38 years together. You remain my hero and best friend. Your spirit will always be present and in my heart.
Love,
Carolyn
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John C Wunschel (Jay)
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It's been 23 years since you past away there is not a day go by that I don't think of you. Jay you will be always in my Heart.

Love your wife,
Ethel Wunschel
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Joyce Huss
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"Gone But Not Forgotten"

A Beautiful Person In Mind And Spirit.


Annette and Stuart Hinkle
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Nellie Lasiter
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She passed through glory's morning gate and walked into Paradise.
Rest in Perfect Heavenly Peace Nellie.

Love, Trisha
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Bernadette Hayes-Dunham
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My beautiful wife has completed her journey.

She has done so with the utmost honor, choosing to live her life right with God. She was dedicated to me as her husband but also loved and cherished her two best friends who she chose to be as family.

She sacrificed much of her life caring for her mother and handicapped sister with little or no relief. Her care for others may have trumped her own.

It was of utmost importance that she be married and live life right in the eyes of her Maker.

We were expecting to celebrate our Anniversary on August 15th. But I lost her 5 days prior, on the 10th.

Her two best friends and I actually developed a newfound and enriched relationship through our intense 24/7 care.
Through her beautiful grace shown through all of this, we were able to fall in love with each other all over again.

Her physical presence is and will be missed forever but she will always be with us.

I love & miss you my Sweet Lady Bernadette.

Your Beloved Husband, Russell Dunham
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JUDY ANN MCDONALD
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In remembrance of my sister who fought the good fight of faith with cancer. She left behind so many memories and showed her family true strength in the midst of adversity! She is missed. Lovingly Donna
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Katherine Rudniansky Bayliss Britt
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Miss you so much Mom
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Naomi Shelnut
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Naomi Evadney Mortenson Shelnut was a phenomenal woman, a loving wife, mother, aunt, and grandmother, a vigilant sister, and an amazing friend to many. She will be missed, but WOW -- we were blessed to have had her in this world for 82 years.
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Susan Larsen
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Susan was a wonderful friend and was always there for me. She was so talented and received many blue ribbons for her crafts and plants.She will be missed by all her friends and family.

Mary Jo Smith
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Donna J Miles
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There are few people in life we meet who deeply touch us when first meeting them. Donna was one of those people. We had the pleasure of meeting and socializing with Donna on a handful of occasions. And yet, we will miss her greatly.
May you Rest In Peace with our Creator and peace be with Ed, all your family and loved ones.
With love and heavy heart,
Ralph and Pearl Torres
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Charmaine Cushenbery
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Mother you will always be in my heart and forever be with me until we meet again. You are everything I've ever wanted to be and then some. Thank you for being my best friend, my mother, my teacher, my angel - there is nobody quite like you - I miss your humor, your sweet heart and kind eyes. There won't be a day that passes where I wont think of you and all the memories growing up with the worlds greatest parents. Thank you for all the great memories - those I will cherish for the rest of my life!! Love you mom, my butterfly!! Kathy Cushenbery
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Bill Morecraft
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You were a treasure to all who knew you, Bill. Enjoy your reward in Heaven with so many other saints.
Susan Jones
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Betty Westerhout
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Oh what a wonderful Lady you were. I only wish I had found the time to come visit you. You will always have a very special place in my heart. You were a very special Momma to your kids and a very kind and loving friend to me. Love to you always, janet <3
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Donna Joan Miles
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Donna Joan Miles, devoted wife, mother, daughter, sister and longtime resident of Pacifica, Ca. passed away after her battle with cancer on Saturday July 29th, 2017 in Folsom, CA surrounded by her family.

Donna was born in Honolulu, Hawaii on 5-25-40. She was raised primarily in San Francisco and attended Poly Technic High School. She met the love of her life, Ed Miles, and they were married on August 17, 1958 in Reno, NV.

Donna is survived by her husband Edward, their children Kathleen, Gregory (Victoria), Deanna (David), and Karen (Randy). Also surviving are her eight grandchildren, two great grandchildren and her brother Henry (Sylvia). Donna was preceded in death by her son Mitchell, mother Bernice and brother Richard.

Donna was retired from the Jefferson Union School District, servicing in special education. Donna volunteered many years at the Folsom Snowline Gift Center, who at the end of her life returned the favor with kindness and respect during her final days with her family.
Donna had a wonderful smile that would light up any room. She loved good food, socializing, enjoyed going to movies and Broadway plays with friends. Donna will be remembered most for placing all others above herself. She lives on in the hearts of those she helped from her years in school service, hospice and friendship.
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Kirk and PK
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I lost my husband after 18 years of marriage in August 2011. My only son died at the age of 18 in June 2013. Love and miss you with every part of me.

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Betty C Westerhout
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A Mom, Grandma, Great Grandma, and incredible friend. You will be missed!
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Mary Damron
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My beautiful mother, I love you to the moon and back!! We were so blessed to have you for our mother! Life is so empty without you , knowing you're with God gives me such peace and I know we will be together again!! What a celebration we will have in Heaven♥♥
Love you so much! Janice and Jackie
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Leif and LaVonne Aalberg
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Look forward to seeing you again...until then, please watch over us as you did all the years we were growing up. Miss and love you to the moon and back!! ♥♥

Your children and theirs ♥
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Wayner Lee Holloway
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He fought the good fight. His reward is Heaven. God bless his family.
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MARIE GUSTAFSON
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I MISS YOU VERY MUCH MOM AND WILL ALWAYS LOVE YOU!
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Gary Edwards
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Loved by family and friends. He called hospice workers angels.
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Ray Frerking
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Finally at peace, Ray struggled with failing health. His closest friends, Mike, Bob, Dee and Tom helped him cope.
Jim Sloane
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Jaci
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Bernard McFadden Ritchie
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My Father...My Hero
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Jack Hamlin
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Sacramento Native, Veteran, and unconventional grandfather. passed on March 20 2009.
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Paula Benson
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She was a wonderful person who worked for Snowline for 12 years as a volunteer. I miss and will always love her. She was a 8 time cancer survivour. She had scleroderma for over 35 years. She was a fighter. She was a mom, wife and the best grandma anyone could have.
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Earlene Schell
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Mom was truly a wonderful person. Living 93 years enabled us to enjoy her for a very long time. She lived her life for her family and for God and is greatly missed.
Jim
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Earlene Schell
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Earlene will be missed by all. She was an awesome lady with a huge heart.
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Barbara Anne Emmons
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Barbara or to me Grandma was such a special person. She was a fighter of cancer. I remember even til the end she was happy, bright, and filled with love. My grandma stayed at my house for 18 days only wich was the time she was cared for by hospice. Anytime her caregiver got there she was happy to see them. Till the end, my grandma was surrounded by her closest of family and closest of friends wich was what made her the happiest. All she needed to be happy was her family. Barbara was an all around amazing person and im so fortunate to have been able to have her as my grandma. We will forever love and miss her.
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Paul Austin
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For the little time I knew him you could not love the man he was.Always a smile on his face and joking about something.I had so much fun going and playing pool.Of course he always won.Mr pool shark himself.There will always be a special place in my heart for him.Thanks Paul for excepting me into the family.Love and Miss you. Terrie Hofmaister
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Marguerite Bledsoe
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Miss you everyday. Thank you for loving me so much.

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Paul M. Austin
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Born 10/16/56 Passed 10/07/16 born Lansing Mi.Passed in Placerville Ca.Paul was loved by all he meet. He touch everyone from Family , Friends or a homeless person he meet on the street..He was the kind of person who would give you the shirt of his back.He was happy go lucky and all ways had a smile on his face.He served our country proudly for 23 years.You will be missed more then words could ever say.
Gone but not forgotten RIP my brother love you...
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Maxine Pamela Draper
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Born March 28,1951, in England, passed away in her home surrounded by her husband and children Sept. 4, 2016 of cancer. She lived in El Dorado, Calif. for the last 32 years.
Maxine left behind a loving husband of 18 years, Robert Schultz, She had four children: Veronica Burchett, Daniel Evans, Rebecca Murzin and Maxine Dearing. She also leaves behind 11 grandchildren and one great-granddaughter.
Maxine loved to spend time with the family and get everyone together. She was an avid reader and collector of books. She was a waitress and bartender for 20 years and than became a Realtor before retiring. The family would like to thank Snowline Hospice for their loving care; anyone wishing to honor her memory may make donations to them.
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Rose-Ann Papalias
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Gabba Gabba Hey! Rose-Ann Margaret (Barca) Papalias, 45, of Cameron Park, CA passed away peacefully on July 31, 2016 surrounded by her loved ones. Rose-Ann was born on April 25, 1971 in San Francisco,CA to Robert Barca (deceased) and Margaret (Camicia) Moody. Rose-Ann is survived by her loving husband, Chris, who she described as being “the man of her dreams”. Rose-Ann was also the devoted mother to Dino and Athena whom she loved more than anything in the world. Rose-Ann is also survived by her sister, April Workman and many aunts, uncles, and cousins.
All who knew her loved Rose-Ann. Her kind heart and generous nature was apparent to all who came in contact with her. Rose-Ann lived life to the fullest and on her own terms. She was the kind of woman that took chances and didn’t care what others thought about it. She was a trailblazer, intelligent, compassionate and a force to be reckoned with.
She was a fighter until the very end, giving cancer a fight it had not ever seen before. She was an inspiration to the human spirit and the power of love. Rose-Ann was a graduate of Wingate University (NC) and volunteered as a bereavement counselor through Snowline Hospice. In lieu of flowers please consider donating to Snowline Hospice on her behalf.
-So long and thanks for all the fish-
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Marvin McKinney
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Born July 6, 1940 in Durango, Colorado, raised in Hollydale, California, the second of Paul Sr. and Minnie McKinney's 4 children, Marv lived a full life.
Marv extended his hand in friendship to all he met. He was the first one to greet new neighbors with an offer of help.
He enjoyed fishing, hiking, traveling and working on his property.
But he especially enjoyed being with his family: siblings, cousins, children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
He ended his battle with lung cancer on May 19 2016.
How he lived his life was an inspiration to many. He will be greatly missed.

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Marvin McKinney
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Marv bravely battled lung cancer until May 19, 2016 at age 75. An immediate friend to all who met him, he was the first to greet newcomers to the neighborhood with an out-stretched helping hand.
Hiking, fishing and taking care of his property were some of his favorite things to do. But most importantly, he loved being with his family, siblings, cousins, children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
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John Vansant
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John Vansant was a loyale friend, father, gentleman, teacher and scholar who enlighted us all with his giving. He was a saint as he visited my father every week during the toughest of times as he battled MS. Thank you John for your love. Thank you for being there through thick and thin. We will miss you,
The Chappell Family
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Irmgard Elsa Strauss-Meyer
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A mother who got better every year.
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Virginia Rose Scott
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A beauty, inside and out, there wasn't a living being she couldn't love. The hardest part isn't having to say good bye, but rather learning to live without her. We will always be striving to fill the void, the emptiness that she left behind in our hearts. The whole world should mourn the passing of such an enigma, her passion for us all, and her forgiveness that she gave so willingly with compassion and love.
Her life and love shall be remembered and celebrated. Those who know her best shall raise her upon the pulpit and gaze with reverence at those things God had done so perfectly within her. Mother, grandmother, sister, aunt, and friend, she was perfect in her own way for each of us, and we loved her with such fierce determination that giving her up is beyond our abilities.
So look upon the countenance of our flower child, the hippy who loved us all. God bless her and God bless you.
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Roberta D. Powell
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In loving memory
1933 - 2016
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Debbie Standridge
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In Loving Memory
Debra Ellen Standridge
1959 - 2015
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Margaret Ann Levasseur
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You lived each day with courage and grace never giving up the fight. Always loving each day and smiling into the sunsets giving God thanks for His gifts. We love you Mom!
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Frances King
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Frances and Don King Taken November 20. 1997
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Dorothy Ann Yonge
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She was the strongest woman I have ever known. I miss her every day. Love you grandma
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Carolyn
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Miss you lil" sis.
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Aunt and Uncle De Martini
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Together again 04/30/15. Miss you.
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Garrell Liblin
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I love you!