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Viviane Bugarin, of Marysville, CA, passed away peacefully on May 18, 2016, with her family by her side. She was born the middle of 3 children to Pierre and Renee Lussy in Paris, France. She had been a resident of the Yuba City and Marysville area's for over 50 years.

She was preceded in death by her brother, Paul Lussy her daughter, Veronica Ferrell and her son, Christopher Ferrell. She is survived by her sister Josette Nettles; her sons Daniel Bugarin (Regan) and Flavio Bugarin (Tammy); as well as, close family friends Susie and Clarence Boss. She has 6 grandchildren: Damon Bugarin (Taylor), Bryon Bugarin, Garrett Bugarin, Isabella Bugarin, Jack Bugarin and Samantha Bugarin.

Viviane most enjoyed spending time with her family and many friends. She loved sports and one of her favorite things was watching her boys play, often at the dismay of an umpire or referee who would make a call she didn't agree with. She definitely wasn't afraid to call it like she saw it. Then her grandchildren came along and she loved watching them play too, lucky for them (and the officials) she had relaxed a little by then.

She had worked as a bookkeeper for 30+ years at H&B Machinery. She was a single mom who worked hard her entire life to provide her boys everything that she possibly could.

Her house was always open to anyone and everyone as most of her friends usually became her family. She never met a stranger and made friends everywhere she went. She had a big heart and was always trying and willing to help others. Strong, opinionated and always giving, you will be missed Mom.

There will be a celebration of life ceremony; please contact the family for information. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to .

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Published in Appeal Democrat on May 21, 2016
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