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Brown, James C.  
BROWN - James C. Brown, 85, of Oroville, CA, passed away on May 20, 2015. Arrangements are under the direction of Lakeside Colonial Chapel & Crematory (530) 749-9277.
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Published in Appeal Democrat on May 26, 2015
Carrithers, Jesse A.*  
Dr. Jesse A. Carrithers passed away April 27, 2015 in Bakersfield, CA, days short of his 96th birthday. Jesse was born in Anthony, Kansas on May 2, 1919, raised in Phoenix, AZ and Long Beach, CA where "the surf, before they built the breakwater, was far better than Hawaii". He resided in Sutter County since 1953. After serving eight (8) years in the US Navy, as a young enlistee and Naval aviator, piloting the PBM-Mariner during WWII, he attended the University of Southern California and USC Dental School. Thereafter he and his wife, Betty, relocated their growing family to Yuba City in 1953, opening a dental practice, raising five children, a prune orchard, supporting myriad of their children's 4-H and FFA projects and other interests. He was curious, well read and well traveled, always quick with a quip or a kindness. His interests in geology and travel had origin from his father Jesse, an eminent Geologist and explorer, and his interests in art from his mother, Alberta Hachenberg. He cherished his time in his prune orchard, awed by the Sutter Buttes nearby, whether planting the trees or taking time off from his practice to do the irrigation himself, often with cold beer in hand on 100+ degree days. He loved the great American West and landscape and often said "Had the Pilgrims landed on the west coast, the east coast would remain undiscovered". He was an avid USC football devotee and followed track & field religiously, the residual passion of being a sprinter as a boy, and young man. Jesse and Betty Carrithers had five (5) children: Jay - Sacramento, CA; Kathryn - Newport, OR La Penita, Mexico, Jim - Juneau, Alaska; Jon - Bakersfield; Jeff - Lisbon, Portugal Vancouver Island, B.C. Carrying on the legacy are eleven grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. A memorial service will be held in Bakersfield, CA, on Monday, June 1, 2015 at 10:45 am at the National Veterans Cemetery, 30338 E Bear Mountain Blvd, Arvin, CA 93203. A gathering of family and friends will follow at The Petroleum Club in Bakersfield. In lieu of flowers or other, please donate to your local Humane Society or adopt a pet or donate to the American Civil Liberties Union. Send Condolences to www.appealdemocrat.com
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Published in Appeal Democrat from May 10 to May 28, 2015
Drehobl, Les E.*  
Les Drehobl, age 80, died Monday, May 18, 2015 at Sutter Roseville Hospital. Born in Chicago, Drehobl worked in the Air National Guard as a Fire Rescue Chief in Tucson, AZ before becoming a lifetime resident of Marysville. He worked more than 25 years with the Marysville Fire Department, serving as Fireman, EMT, Captain, Trainer, Fire Inspector, Arson Investigator and retired as Marysville Battalion Chief in the 1990's. He also taught Fire Science as an instructor at Yuba College. He is survived by his son, John M. Drehobl of Roseville; three grandchildren, Ian P. Drehobl, Rebecca A. Drehobl and Megan R. Drehobl of Roseville and a brother Richard Drehobl of Medford, OR. Funeral services are scheduled for Saturday, May 30, 2015 at 10:00 am at St. Joseph Catholic Church, where he will be honored as a 4th Degree Knight of Columbus. Following will be a burial and Honor Guard at Sutter Cemetery. Viewing will be Friday, May 29, 2015 at 2:00 pm until the Rosary service at 7:00 pm at Lipp & Sullivan Funeral Chapel, Marysville. All services are open to the public and firefighters throughout the region are enthusiastically encouraged to attend. Send Condolences to www.appealdemocrat.com
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Published in Appeal Democrat from May 24 to May 27, 2015
Harrington, Maria*  
Age 86, a resident of Marysville for 45 years. She has served faithfully as one of Jehovah's Witnesses for 51 years until her death on May 14, 2015. Born and raised in Italy on November 13, 1928. She is survived by her loving husband of 60 years, Alex Harrington; her brother and his wife Pietro and Rina Boggia along with their children. She was a loving mother of seven children, grandmother of 13 and great-grandmother of six. Preceded in death by her father and mother, Rafino and Gina Boggia. Her life experience is truly unique. Her example of faith and love is one to imitiate. She will dearly be missed by her family and friends. We are all looking forward to the time when we will see her again. Memorial services will be held at the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses, 2422 Hammonton Smartville Road, Marysville, CA 95901 on May 30, 2015, at 3pm. Chad Thomas will be presiding. Send Condolences at www.appealdemocrat.com
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Published in Appeal Democrat on May 26, 2015
Kaylor, Billy*  
December 16, 1931 - May 8, 2015 Billy Kaylor of Colusa, CA, passed away on May 8, 2015 at the age of 83. A Veteran of the US Army, he served in the 7th Calvary. He is a retired heavy equipment operator. Survivors include his children, Karen (Chris) Zylstra of Golden Valley, AZ, Randy (JoDee) Kaylor of Yuba City and Doug (Lynn) Kaylor of Colusa; 7 grandchildren; 4 great grandchildren and siblings Ted Lane, Wanda Light, Bobbie Weaver, Dolly Slate and Coral Loya. He was preceded in death by his parents Walter Kaylor and Joy Lane, along with siblings Alfred Kaylor, Tommy Kaylor, Betty Castaneda and Bonnie McGrew. Memorial services will be held at Holycross Memorial, Yuba City, on Saturday, May 30, 2015 at 11:00 am. Send Condolences to www.appealdemocrat.com
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Published in Appeal Democrat from May 24 to May 28, 2015
Mandery, Betty Lou*  
Betty Lou Mandery, age 83, passed away at her home in East Marysville on April 22nd, 2015. Born April 20th 1932, she was preceded in death by her father Leon C. Saylors, mother Grace Saylors, her sister Virginia Lauff and her late husband Gavin Mandery. She is survived by her daughter Debbe Darrough-Nelson from Rio Oso, son David W. Darrough from San Jose, grandchildren Eelan Colten Nelson, Taylore Nicole Darrough, Brooke Lee Darrough and her faithful companion a Shih-Tzu dog named Mikki. She has been member of the United Methodist Church in Marysville where she was married to Jim Darrough in 1952. Betty also belonged to the Yuba City Racquet club, Yuba Historical Society, Mary Aaron Museum and Pink Ladies of Rideout Hospital. Betty lived her entire life in the Yuba City / Marysville area and attended Marysville High School and Yuba College. She learned to ride horses at the age of 3. At 12 years old she started performing as a professional trick rider in county fairs and rodeos. Betty taught herself how to trick ride with help from her father Leon Saylors who was a professional calf roper. Father and daughter as a team would travel throughout the western and mid-western states performing with stars and future movie stars such as Slim Pickens, Ben Johnson, Casey Tibbs, Roy Rogers, Buff Brady and Gene Autry. Betty had two horses "Dilly" and her back up horse she bought from Gene Autry called "Micky". Betty continued to professionally trick ride until she was 4 months pregnant at the age of 22. Later in life Betty was married to Gavin Mandery who died in 1984. Betty and Gavin enjoyed a great life in Marysville. Gavin was co-owner of Daoust Chevrolet. Gavin was a well-known pubic figure and Mayor of Marysville. Betty and Gavin were very active at Beale Air Force Base with various community activities which supported stationed Air Force members and their families resulting in many relationships lasting many years. Together they hosted annual cocktail parties for the Chinese community festival "Bok Kai" welcoming in the new Hostess and Grand Marshal. During the peak of Marysville's prosperity period, Betty was one of the leading ladies. She was an ambassador that promoted Yuba Counties' qualities and influenced many business operators. When she decided to help someone, she did with her whole heart. Betty was straight forward, self-reliant woman that had a service heart. She was a woman without boundaries, a true inspiration. When Marysville residents look back fondly on the great days, Betty was part of that genesis. Not since that time has someone had an impact on this community like she did. Betty and her family enjoyed house boating and water skiing at Englebright Dam (The Narrows), Bullard's Bar, Oroville Lake, and her favorite, Lake Tahoe. Betty was well known for teaching many family members and friends how to water ski. At age 40 she and Gavin (then 53) decided to learn together how to play tennis. Betty became avid and accomplished tennis player and enjoyed participating in tennis matches at the Yuba City Racket Club. She belonged to a group of wonderful women tennis players young and old attending tennis matches and monthly luncheons. Then at the age of 52 she took up snow skiing in the Lake Tahoe area. Betty was a Beautiful woman, a loving and giving wife, Mother, and Grandmother. She was a good friend to many and everything she did, she did in moderation. In the giving style with which she lived her life, she always wanted to help someone. Her desire was to have her remains sent to SCIENCE CARE a whole body donor program for medical research and education at teaching universities in the USA. The family would like to recognize with heart filled gratitude, Sandy Bremmer, who was Betty's main caregiver and very good friend. Sandy cared for Betty at her home, at assisted living and hospital visits. Our family wishes to pass along sincere Thank you to Sharon Rosebrough and Bailey Gasaway for their kind and loving care they shared with Betty throughout her last month. A grave side memorial service will be held at 10:00 AM, Saturday, June 20th, at Sierra View Cemetery Marysville California. Following the cemetery service, a "Celebration of Life" gathering will be held at Betty's East Marysville home for family members and friends. In a lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to the charity of your choice or the 'Eason Cody Nelson Scholarship Fund' at 4615 Bear River Drive, Rio Oso, CA. 95674 (deceased grandson 2008) She had a great ride, left her mark on many, she was a tuff and wonderful person, succeeded as a parent, brought joy to her children, grandchildren and many others. She was a loving and gracious lady. As Betty would say….."Life Is Good" Send Condolences at www.appealdemocrat.com
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Published in Appeal Democrat from May 20 to June 15, 2015

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Dowden, Marlene C.  
DOWDEN - Marlene C. Dowden, 47, of Olivehurst, CA, passed away on May 18, 2015. Arrangements are under the direction of Lakeside Colonial Chapel (530) 749-9277.
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Published in Appeal Democrat on May 25, 2015

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Cleveland, Elvin Edgar*  
Elvin Edgar Cleveland, 86, of Judsonia, died Monday, February 16, 2015, at Oakdale Nursing Facility in Judsonia. He was born February 25, 1928 in Itawamba, Mississippi, a son of the late Edgar Dewey and Arvillie Maggie (Miller) Cleveland. He was a retired maintenance supervisor with the Marysville Unified School District in California and a Baptist. He is survived by his former wife of 60+ years, Emma Cleveland; a daughter, Donna Wienckowski of San Mateo, California; three grandchildren, Shawn Wienckowski (Betsy) of San Carlos, California, John Wienckowski (Leena) of San Ramon, California and Sheryle Cattaneo (Chad) of Redwood City, California; great-granddaughter, Tyler Wienckowski; great-grandsons, Chase, Blake, Aidan, Landon, and Grayson Wienckowski and Cody Cattaneo; sister, Fay Hayes of Bald Knob and brother, Winford "Went" Cleveland of Judsonia. He was preceded in death by six brothers, Ray, Denver "Dent", Travis, Gene, Mavis, and Orbey Cleveland; and two sisters, Dorothy Thomas and Sylvia Brewer. Visitation was Friday, February 20, 2015, from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. at Powell Funeral Home. Services were conducted on Saturday, February 21, 2015, at 10:00 a.m. at the Providence Missionary Baptist Church with Brother Vernon Bass officiating. Interment followed in the Providence Cemetery by Powell Funeral Home, Bald Knob - Judsonia. www.powellfuneralhome.net Send Condolences at www.appealdemocrat.com
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Published in Appeal Democrat on May 24, 2015
Keeley, Kevin M.  
KEELEY - Kevin M. Keeley, 52, of Yuba City, CA, passed away on May 20, 2015. Arrangements are under the direction of Ullrey Memorial Chapel, (530) 673-9542.
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Published in Appeal Democrat on May 24, 2015

Obituaries from the Past Three Days

Cassady, Sybil V.*  
A memorial service will be held Sunday, May 31, 2015, 4:00 pm at the First Presbyterian Church in Gridley for Sybil V. Cassady, 86 of Gridley, CA. She passed away May 18, 2015 at Orchard Hospital in Gridley. She was born June 12, 1928 in Gridley to James and Clara Davis. Sybil was a long time resident of Gridley. Her mother passed away while giving birth, so she was raised by her aunt in Chico and Paradise. She returned to Gridley to live with her father, Jeff Davis, in 1944. She graduated from Gridley High School in 1946, married M. J. Cassady on January 21, 1947. She worked as a bookkeeper for Brown & Co. for 23 years, a counselor for the Diet Center and a clerk for the Gridley Stationary. She was a past worthy advisor for the Order of Rainbow for Girls in 1946. She was also a past member of Vernon Chapter Eastern Star and a member of the First Presbyterian Church. She is preceded in death by her daughter Phillis Ann Vita. She is survived by her husband of 68 years, M. J. Cassady; daughter, Paula Kay Cassady of Gridley; grandsons, Sean Vita of Yuba City, CA, Cotton (Karie) Tidwell of Yreka CA; three great-grandchildren, Coleton of Los Angeles, Kaycie, and Chaney Tidwell, of Yreka; one sister Bernice Boggs of OR; one sister-in-law, Ruth Ann King of Gridley; and numerous nieces and nephews. The family suggest contributions be made to Shriners Hospital for Children, First Presbyterian Church or a favorite charity. Arrangements are entrusted to Gridley-Block Funeral Chapel. Send Condolences at www.appealdemocrat.com
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Published in Appeal Democrat from May 21 to May 23, 2015
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