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ABBOTT, Muriel Ruth (Lavature)

In loving memory of Muriel Ruth Lavature-Abbott, passed away on January 12, 2009. She was born in St. Johnsbury, VT, July 24, 1931. She was predeceased by her first born son, Donald W. Abbott, Jr., on July 8, 2004. She is survived by her five remaining children, Bonnie Provencial, Ruth Abbott, Kathleen Rogers (Butch), Susan Abbott, Daniel Abbott; 13 grandchildren; and seven greatgrandchildren; her ex-husband of 35 years, Donald W. Abbott, Sr.; and her last surviving sibling, Allen Lavature. Viewing and services will be held in the Chapel at Rosecrans Funeral Home, on January 18, 2009 at 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Reception to follow at 2:00 p.m. Mom - Muriel, you will be missed dearly by all. You are home in Heaven now. All the pain and grief is over - Safely home in God's arms at last.

BACON, Frank

(71), died peacefully surrounded by family on January 13, 2009 at Providence St. Joseph's Hospital in Burbank, CA from complications related to a sudden heart attack suffered on December 25, 2008. Frank was born on December 5, 1937 to Lloyd and Nadine Bacon. Lloyd was one of Warner Bros. top directors and Nadine one of its most beautiful starlets. Frank's grandfather was the famous star of Lightning, author and actor Frank Bacon. Frank came by his dramatic style naturally and refined it in his more than 40 years of service as an attorney. Frank was a legend in the legal community for his brilliant and creative interpretations of the law and his undying commitment to protecting the underdog. Frank was dedicated to the principles of Alcoholics Anonymous and its legal adjunct, the Other Bar. He was proud of his 15 years of sobriety. Quick witted with a penchant for humor, Frank was well known by all for his humorous communications. He was a true friend to everyone; particularly those of the feline persuasion. He was generous with his time, truly honoring his commitment to his profession, and would give the shirt off of his back to help anyone. Frank was respected, admired and well-liked by all with whom he came in contact. He will be deeply missed by his family, friends and colleagues. Frank is survived by his wife, Quita; and four immediate children; daughters, Eva, Quinn and Maureen; as well as his son, Bill; and brother, Edward "Doc" Merrill. Grandpa Peelio, as he was lovingly known, leaves eight grandchildren dearly loved by him. Frank also leaves a larger extended family and many friends, all of whom will miss him and his wry humor. There will be a service held on January 31, 2009 at 11:00 a.m. St. Francis de Sales Church in Sherman Oaks, CA.

BOGIKES, Paul William

Passed away Jan. 10, 2009 at the age of 96. He was born March 14, 1912 in Thasos, Greece, and had been a longtime resident of Rancho Palos Verdes. He was preceded in death by his wife, Marian Bogikes; son, Paul William Bogikes Jr.; sister, Sophia Voultsides. Mr. Bogikes is survived by his children, John (Jan) Bogikes, Catherine Bogikes, eight grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; brother, Dr. George Bogikes. Visitation will be Monday, Jan. 19, 2009 from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. at the mortuary. Funeral services will be Tuesday, Jan. 20, 2009 at 11 a.m. in the mortuary chapel, with interment following in Green Hills Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to: St. George Greek Orthodox Church, 8805 Coastal Highway, Ocean City, MD 21842. Green Hills Mortuary (310)831-0311

DAVIDSON, William C.

Bill passed away after a short illness on January 15, 2009. He was born in Roswell, New Mexico in 1924 and moved to Los Angeles in 1937. He attended University High School, then Stanford, where he was a Delta Tau Delta. During WWII he served as a Second Lieutenant in the U.S. Marine Corps. He joined the Daum industrial real estate firm in 1953 and served as president and chairman of the board before the company was sold. He was president of the Los Angeles chapter of the Society of Industrial Realtors, and a member of the Los Angeles Realty Board. Bill was an avid surfer spending many weekends with his family and friends at San Onofre. Volleyball, tennis and golf were other sports he enjoyed at the Beach Club and the Los Angeles Country Club. He was an avid reader, enjoying best sellers, biographies and histories. During his last years he became a competent sculptor. Bridge, especially duplicate, was a passion. He and Elizabeth enjoyed many trips to foreign lands. He leaves his wife, a daughter Kerry, a brother Ralph, and stepchildren, Diana Eastman, Cynthia Eastman Simon and Matthew Eastman. Services will be private. Donations may be made in his memory to St. Johns Health Center, 1328 22nd Street, Santa Monica, CA 90404, or the Salvation Army, 900 James M. Wood Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90015-1356.

GELINAS, Suzanne

July 5, 1951-January 6, 2009 Suzanne died of natural causes in her home in Culver City. She worked as a Lead Copywriter in the advertising industry and more recently she devoted her energies to understand the roots of religious and racial intolerance in the U.S. She is survived by her brothers, George and Richard, their wives, Rosemary and Sara; and four nieces and nephews: Stephen, Alyssa, Elizabeth and Sam; as well as her aunt, Maxine Verdier. She is also survived by her stepfather, Bill Graham; her stepbrother, David Graham and his wife, Kathe; and her stepsister, Kathy Givner, her husband, Bruce, and their children, Matt and Alex. A memorial service is planned for 7:30 p.m. on Saturday January 31st at the Simon Wiesenthal Center (1399 Roxbury Dr., Los Angeles). Donations in Suzanne's memory can be made to one of the charities mentioned in her will: Freedom from Religion Foundation (; T h e o c r a c y W a t c h (; The Utah Lighthouse Ministry ( or to the Simon Wiesenthal Center (wiesenthal. com), where Suzanne worked.

LEVEN, Evelyn Rose

Passed away at her home January 8, 2009 after a long illness. She was born in Pultusk, Poland December 3, 1921. She fled the Holocaust in 1940 on a visa issued by Chiune Sugihara and came to the U.S. She was a very outgoing person who enjoyed cooking for her family, learning, traveling, long walks, golf and working for charity. She was a devoted wife, mother and grandmother who will be greatly missed. She is survived by her sons, Paul (Saralyn) and Steven (Susan); and grandchildren, Abigail, Aaron, Rachel, Jacob and Saul; as well as sister, Harriet Hendel. Burial was at Eden Memorial Park.

NAKASHIMA, S. (Sadao) Stephen

January 29, 1922 - December 11, 2008, passed away peacefully in the presence of family members at his home in San Jose. Born in Fresno, California, Stephen was the eldest son of Hiteyo and Hiroshi Nakashima. He is survived by his sister, Betty Jane (B.J.) Oki; his son, Lex; daughters, Dale, Jann, and Mona; and grandchildren, Anneli Henriksson and Stephen and Emi Ichikawa. He was preceded in death by his beloved wife, Sally; sisters, Bernice and Eleanore; and brother, Yukio. Stephen graduated from Reedley High School and Reedley Junior College. Shortly after he was relocated with his family to Posten III Relocation Center near Parker, Arizona, a Japanese-American internment camp for the duration of World War II. After the war he enlisted in the U.S. Army where he served as staff sergeant. He received his J.D. from Boalt Hall School of Law at the University of California in Berkeley and practiced law with the law firm of Nakashima and Boynton from 1961-1999. He was active in many organizations, serving on the Republican National Platform Committee with the Republican Party and as vice-president of the Japanese American Citizens League, and had 29 years perfect attendance with the Rotary Club. Because he had such great respect for teachers and education, one of his proudest accomplishments was being appointed to the Board of Regents of the University of California, where he served for eleven years. A celebration of Stephen's life will be held on January 29, 2009, beginning at 1:00 p.m., at Wesley United Methodist Church, 566 N. 5th Street, San Jose, California.


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MARYATT, JR., Roy L. "Chip"

(1922-2008) Roy L. Maryatt, Jr., 86, passed away peacefully November 19, 2008 in San Luis Obispo. Chip was born in Seattle on April 7, 1922, and grew up with his siblings Peggy, Chuck and David. His father, Roy L. Maryatt, Sr., established Maryatt Industries, one of the most successful linen supply businesses on the West Coast. Chip studied at the University of Washington and enlisted in the Navy during World War II. In 1946, Chip went to Los Angeles to manage the Kleen Towel Service. He was deeply involved with the Boy Scouts of America and the Rotary Club of Los Angeles. Chip will be remembered for his warm and magnetic personal style. Survivors include his wife, Jeanette, stepsons Greg and Gary Wright; and first wife, Dorothy Maryatt and children Dick, Kitty, Chris, Meg, and Philip Maryatt; four grandchildren and two greatgrandchildren. The family has requested that a donation be made to the Woods Humane Society, 875 Oklahoma Ave., San Luis Obispo, CA 93405, (805) 5439316.

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Born August 25, 1944 in Detroit, Michigan, and passed away peacefully January 11, 2009 in Rancho Mirage, California. She is survived by her devoted husband of 27 years, William Kaufman; her mother, Eleanor Callie; brother, Michael Callie; nephew, Jack Aaron Callie, and her very special family, Tiffany, Trooper and Casey. She attended Hamilton High School, and majored in Physical Education at the University Of California, Los Angeles. She was the owner of The Iris J. Callie Company, a commercial real estate concern that located high end retail stores for BCBG Max Azria across the United States. She will be remembered by all who knew and loved her for her unique personality, generosity, great laugh and all-around love of life.


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HANLEY, SR., Edward Brian

Edward Brian Hanley Sr., USAF Vietnam War veteran and 4th degree Knight of Columbus, died Tuesday, January 13th, at the age of 71. Edward is remembered for his noble service to country and the Catholic Church, as well as his friendly and generous spirit. He is survived by his loving wife, You Wen; sons, Edward and Kevin; daughter, DeNee Swords; and four grandchildren. Vigil Friday, January 23, 2009 at 9:30 a.m., Funeral Mass to follow at 10 a.m. at Saint Johns Catholic Church in Encinitas, CA. Graveside Services January 23, 12:45 p.m. at Riverside National Cemetery. O'Connor Mortuary (949) 581-4300

DOLLIVER, Richard E.

Richard passed away unexpectedly on December 19, 2008 in Agoura Hills, CA. He was born on October 19, 1942 in Glendale, CA and will be dearly missed and loved by all that knew him. He is survived and remembered by his wife of 38 years, Holly; his sister, Carol and her children and their families; his sons, Gregory and Gary and their wives; and his most treasured grandchildren: Joel, Emma, Payton and Logan. He will also be remembered fondly by many friends, colleagues and associates who had the pleasure of knowing him during his life. Richard attended UC Santa Barbara where he achieved a BA in Analytical Biology. He also became active in ROTC and graduated as a 2nd lieutenant. Richard then attended UCLA where he graduated with a Masters degree in Public Health. He completed a two-year tour in the Army, which included time in Vietnam. Upon his return, he married Holly and they settled in the Los Angeles area to raise their two boys. Richard worked as an industrial hygienist for many years, bringing safer working conditions to hundreds if not thousands of people who never knew his name. He also continued to serve in the Army Reserve for 20 years before retiring at the rank of full colonel. Richard was interred on December 27, 2008 at Pierce Brothers Valley Oaks in Westlake Village. A morning private service for family with full military honors was followed by an afternoon memorial with many friends and associates present. Richard will be remembered for his duty to his country, dedication to his work, and most importantly, his love for his family. His family requests that any donations in his name be sent to the March of Dimes.

PELENTAY, Annice Elizabeth

Passed away peacefully on January 14, 2009. She was born in St. Louis Missouri, in September 1927, into the loving arms of Francis and Eleanor Craig. She was a welcome presence in the world. She attended Roosevelt High School and decided to pursue a career in teaching. This goal led her to Harris Teachers College in St. Louis, MO. It was here that she met the love of her life, Stephen Pelentay, who changed her world. Annice became a teacher and a wife. She and Stephen enjoyed many adventures, and work opportunities led them to reside in many states including, Missouri, Texas, Louisiana, Michigan, and Oklahoma. It was California that became their final home and where their children grew up. Annice enjoyed her years as a primary and substitute teacher but it was the role of wife and mother she cherished the most. She and Stephen were gifted with five wonderful children: Stephanie Ann, Paul Craig, Annice Jane, Mary Elizabeth, and Christie Catherine, as well as, being blessed with their son-in-law, John Joseph. She loved her husband and children. Her heart always welcomed her children's friends into her life many of whom called her "Mom". All were welcome into her heart and home. After her children were raised, she and Stephen, her husband of fifty-eight years, enjoyed the gift of grandchildren whom she cherished greatly: Jillian, Justin, Paul James (PJ), and Christian. Having her grandchildren around lit up her life. Annice was a convert to the Holy Roman Catholic Church and she treasured her gift of faith. Annice was a very devoted Catholic and prayed daily for all those in need. Her prayers were a comfort to all those whom she loved and loved her. In her spare time she supported organizations that were important to her which included her sorority, Delta Zeta, Altar Society, St. Vincent de Paul Society and Fred Jordan Missions. She also taught Catechism and was always available to help those in need. Annice enjoyed having fun, which she did through her world travels, dancing, family celebrations, her favorite, St. Patrick's Day, as she celebrated her Irish heritage and being with those she loved. Her laughter was contagious and shared with all. She leaves behind a legacy of love and her gentle spirit will be missed. Services for the celebration of Annice's life are going to be held at St. Elizabeth of Hungary Church located at 1879 North Lake, in Altadena on Sunday, January 18th, viewing at 6:00 p.m. followed by the Rosary at 7:00 p.m. The funeral will be Monday, January 19th, at 10:00 a.m., followed by the burial at Rose Hills, in Whittier. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the following organizations: St. Vincent de Paul Society at St. Elizabeth's Parish contact numbers (626) 797-5869/(626) 797-1167 or Fred Jordan Missions - P.O. Box 12345 Covina, CA 91722 located on the web at www. - donations can be made online. Cabot & Sons, Pasadena


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CHEW, Betty Romalie

(84), longtime resident of Arcadia, passed away January 11, 2009. She was an avid sports fan and had a special love for animals, especially dogs. Betty was preceded in death by loving husband of 62 years, Dick; and daughter, Debbie Lehmann; and is survived by son, Richard (Marilyn) Chew; son-inlaw, Richard Lehmann; grandchildren, Michael Richard Chew, Melinda Michelle (Wayne) Fowler, and Matthew Christopher Chew; greatgrandchildren, Cody Michael Chew, Ivy Chew Fowler, and Roman Chew Fowler; and new great-granddaughter due in February, Baby Fowler. Visitation 5-8 p.m. on Monday, January 19th. Funeral service at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, January 20th, both at Chapel of Remembrance Funeral Home, Arcadia (626) 447-8148. Interment to follow at Rose Hills Memorial Park.

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(96), A man of Valor, preceded in death by his loving wife of 68 years, Shirley. He leaves his children, Larry (Carol) Berman, Carol (Michael) Hearst; five grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. He was active in many Jewish organizations and traveled the world with his beloved wife. He never stopped his quest for learning and helping others. He lived his life with dignity and pride as a businessman, family man and dear friend. He was an inspiration to all and will be greatly missed. A private memorial service is pending in Laguna Woods, CA. For those wishing to honor his memory, the family suggests donations in the name of: Ben Berman, to: Jewish Community Foundation of Los Angeles, 6505 Wilshire Blvd. #1200 L.A. CA, 90048

MILLER, Milton Smyser

Born April 16, 1917 in Pasadena California died Saturday January 3, 2009. He is survived by his second wife, Doris Mary Louise Miller, of La Mirada California; sn Michael Miller and his wife Patricia of Wildomar, California, four stepsons their wives and nine grandchildren. Milton was a graduate of Webb, a decorated WWII Veteran and avid saltwater fisherman. A kind man, a good man, may he rest in peace.

HAUGHEY, M.S., M.D., James A.

Jim passed away this Tuesday peacefully with Love. Jim was a Doctor, Biomedical Engineer and Inventor who loved spending time on walks with his dog "Toby". Jim enjoyed trips to local Coffee shops ready to engage anyone with World Events and most recently his hopes of Obama getting elected. Jim also enjoyed local AA meetings with his friends and, in better health, hiking and ski trips around California. We will miss you Jim... Services will be Jan. 25, 2009. For details, email: [email protected]

MORRIS, James Henry

James H. Morris Jr., 77, of Glendale, California died August 16, 2008 at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Los Angeles, California. Born November 7, 1930 in Jersey City, New Jersey to James Henry Morris and Dorothy (Andrews) Morris. Jim was raised in Boston, Massachusetts and later lived in both New York and California. As a teen, every winter weekend he road the Conway ski train to the mountains of New Hampshire and Summer vacations as an adult were spent in New Hampshire An accomplished musician, his love for music started when he was 12 in the Salvation Army Band and continued to be his greatest love. Always reaching for perfection, Jim graduated from Temple University Esther Boyer College of Music with a degree in Music. A Veteran of the United States Navy for ten years, he served in a top Navy Band as a Musician on the aircraft carrier Yorktown. His talent gave him the opportunity to tour the United States and Canada with Mantovani and be part of the Les and Larry Elgart Orchestra. While living in New York Jim directed the summer parks recreation program and formed a Jazz/Contemporary Brass quintet recording several Albums including the educational "Music Minus One" still currently in use in schools. Jim's accomplishments continued when he moved to California with Vocal as well as instrumental albums and the forming of the JIM Morris band with accomplished musicians. His latest Vocal Album "Just Friends" supports the quote by designer Don Baaska "His scatting is an awesome display of energy earning him the nickname of The Velvet Bulldozer". Two sons, Steven Morris of Oklahoma and Jan Brooks of Vermont; two daughters, Sandra Morris of Massachusetts and Lisa Morris of New Jersey, survive him. He has two brothers, David R. Morris of Massachusetts and Les Morris of Florida; three sisters, Major Margaret Michaels of Old Orchard, Maine, Rev. Diane Bradshaw of Clay, NY, and Beverly George of Kensington, New Hampshire; several nieces and nephews; several grandchildren and great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by a daughter, Jill (Morris) Brooks. A Memorial service and interment of the ashes is planned for August 2009 at Kensington, NH.

CORBETT, Henry "Larry"

(54), a freelance studio cellist in Los Angeles who recorded in the film and record industry, died December 20 in Sherman Oaks, said his mother, Nancy Corbett. Corbett's recent musical contributions includes performances on the upcoming films "Up" and "Star Trek" and he had just performed on the new Rascal Flatts. He was a member of the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra. "The fact that Larry approached the world with a smile on his face threatened to obscure the fact that he could really PLAY", Roger Lebow, a fellow colleague and student of Piatigorsky wrote. "The very sight alone of his shoulders heaving in silent laughter could take down a section." He was sought after not only for his playing, but his sense of humor, selflessness and caring. He touched all who knew him. He played on an instrument he made with Tom McLemore. His first instrument, "Baroomba" was retired, but autographed by such luminaries as John Williams, Steve Spielberg, Henry Mancini, Roy Orbison, Jennifer Warnes, Madonna, and Magic Johnson. Corbett has performed on hundreds of records, films and tv shows including Wall-E, Austin Powers, Lost and the Academy Awards. He has the last scene in the Ratatouille DVD extra film, as well as the Linkin' Park DVD, and the music video with Steve Tyler conducting. He was a student of the late Gregory Bemko. He loved all of nature and was a member of the Idyllwild community. Corbett is survived by his mother and two brothers, John and Edward and sister, Barbara.


Bob James, 78, of Brea, CA, passed away January 13th at St. Jude Hospital. Survived by his wife of 28 years, Nancy; children, Connie James, Chris James, Claire Longmeyer, stepson, Steve Stricklin; sister, Ruth Flack; seven grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Preceded in death by stepdaughter, Shelley Johnson. A memorial service will be held Monday, Jan. 19th, at 2 p.m. at Christ Lutheran Church, 820 W. Imperial, Brea.

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Sept. 2, 1932 - Jan. 14, 2009 Memorial service Monday, Jan. 19, 2009, 22300 Devonshire St., Chatsworth, CA 91311, 12:00 p.m.

KAHN, Raymond Lee

(91), of Camarillo, CA passed away Jan. 15 with his loving wife of 60 years, Gloria Kornberg Kahn, at his side. He also leaves his devoted daughters Patricia Kahn and Carole Kahn. Ray was a WWII vet and 1940 grad of USC Law. Services will be private. Donations may be made to Save-the-Redwoods League, 114 Sansome St, Ste 1200, San Francisco CA 94104 or charity of your choice.

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GACH, Eugene

Born in Chicago on June 27, 1913, passed away in Los Angeles on Jan. 11, 2009. He enjoyed a long, rich, full, wonderful life with his beloved wife, Dorothy; brother, Ted Gach (Muriel); sister, Hope Warner; children, Shelley Blumberg (Norman), Gary Gach, Carol Felixson (Bernardo), Nancy Felixson (Pam); grandchildren, David Blumberg (Kelly), Andrew Apfelberg (Rebecca), and Jeffrey Apfelberg; numerous beloved nephews and nieces; and great-grandchild, Marley Apfelberg. He was a Renaissance man who enjoyed football, swimming, fishing, tennis, golf, painting, poetry, horses, gardening, writing, and acting (SAG). He served in the United States Army in World War II in the 11th Cavalry (Regimental Color Bearer) and in the Counter Intelligence Corps (Pacific Theatre). He spent 30 years as the Director of Public Relations of Vista Del Mar Child & Family Services. Previously he worked for the Los Angeles Examiner, State of Israel Bonds (Public Relations Director), Jewish National Home for Asthmatic Children in Denver, Lockheed Publicity Bureau, Hollywood Guild, Earl Carroll's, Pasadena Grand Opera, and Warner Brothers/KFWB (Promotions Director). He served as President and Director of the Publicity Club of Los Angeles, Inc. and the President of the Thalberg (Cinema) Lodge of B'Nai B'rith. He was the Program Chairman of the Southern California C.I.C. Association and worked on the Publicity Committee of the Boy Scouts. He is the author of "In the Army Now" (published Dodd-Mead in 1942) and "Honestly" (self published in 2001). A memorial service/ Celebration of Life will be held in the synagogue at Vista Del Mar Child & Family Services (310-836-1223) located at 3200 Motor Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90034 on Sunday, January 25, 2009 at 11:30 a.m. In lieu of flowers the family requests that donations be made to Vista Del Mar Child & Family Services.

KAY, Nathan

(73), of Palm Springs, CA beloved husband of Robin Montgomery Kay, passed away at his home in Palm Springs, on January 8th due to Cardiac Arrest. He left this earth waiting for his wife of 35 years to prepare dinner as he watched Keith Oberman on MSNBC with his favorite dog Elizabeth in his arms. Born in Providence, RI he lived most of his life in California. He is survived by his stepson Adam Devejian, Los Angeles, CA; siblings: Molly Granoff, husband Marvin, Newport, Sylvia Greenfeld, Cranston, Rose Sagan husband Lester, Barrington all from Rhode Island and Harry Kay, wife Nanci Milford, CT, Betty Kay of Boca Raton, FL, and 13 nieces and nephews and 16 great nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his brothers Samuel Kay and Robert Kay. Nathan graduated Hope High School, Class '54, was a Suma Cum Laude graduate of Providence College and an Officer in the Navy. He distinguished himself first in advertising on Madison Avenue in the 50's, followed by a multifaceted career in the Cosmetics Industry including executive positions at Revlon, Almay and Max Factor & Co. where he was President of one of its operating divisions. In 1986 he launched his own business, Photo Finish Cosmetics. Nathan and Robin moved to Palm Springs, California in 1994. He believed it was far better, "to dare mighty things and to win glorious triumphs even though checkered by failure... than to take rank with those poor in spirit," (Teddy Roosevelt.) Nathan's mind and outlook on life made for lively conversation and his vitality invigorated all of those he came in contact with...he was a remarkable man. He will be greatly missed. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made to his favorite charity: The Pegasus Riding Academy for the Handicapped, 35-450 B Pegasus Court, Palm Desert, CA 92211 where he volunteered for 11 years. The funeral and memorial are private.


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Beloved wife of the late Bernard, mother of Lee and Laurie, sister of Ruth and Gatelle. Companion to Harry Gilbert. We mourn her passing as we celebrate her life. Pearl will be missed by all that knew her and loved her. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to City of Hope Cytogenetics Laboratory, c/o Marilyn L. Slovak, PhD; 1500 East Duarte Rd, Northwest Building Room 2255, Duarte, CA 91010. Please note "In memory of Pearl Ruttenberg" on the memo line. Services Monday, January 19, 2009 at 2:00 p.m., Mount Sinai Memorial Parks and Mortuaries- Hollywood Hills, 800-600-0076.

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SCHULZ, Lawrence Roy

Loving father and caring grandfather, passed away Jan. 8, 2009. He was born Dec. 16, 1934, the first of seven children. He leaves behind three children and their spouses, Cynthia Schulz, Stephanie Schulz Gigliotti (Steve), and Karl Schulz (Sandra). He had three grandchildren. A memorial service will be held on Jan. 24th, 11 a.m., at Faith Lutheran Church in Tujunga, CA. Donations to American Heart Association or Habitat for Humanity.

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