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Landers, Tony Ray  
Tony Ray Landers 01/20/1924 - 08/07/2015 Born January 20, 1924 in Buckeye, Arizona passed away on August 7, 2015. He was preceded in death by his mother, Edna Hunsaker, his father Earnest Landers, Uncle Fred (his mentor) and his eldest daughter Sandra Jean Landers of Mountain View, Wyo. He is survived by his wife of 33 years Rose M. Landers of Folsom, Calif., his step children Sharron Ritchie (Jim) of Triangle Lake, Ore., Robin Green (Angie) of Medford, Ore., Lorraine Green of Folsom, Calif., David Green (MaryJo) of Manteca, Calif. and Lorne Green (Rainy) of Oroville, Calif., His children, Brenda Wilde (Wendell) of Payson, Utah and Glenn Landers (Peggy) of Fallbrook, Calif. He is also survived by 20 grandchildren, 41 great grandchildren and 4 great-great grandchildren. Tony joined the United States Navy in January of 1944 and was honorably discharged in May of 1946. He served aboard the S. S. Selma Victory and the Valdosta Victory in the Asiatic Pacific. He often told stories about the different places his tour of duty took him, particularly the one that literally turned his hair gray at the young age of 20. Tony belonged to Operating Engineers Union Local 3 and Local 12. He remained an active member and was recently awarded his 50 year watch. He worked in many different cities and towns throughout California, Arizona, Utah and Nevada as a skilled loader operator. He was also a skilled carpenter and was involved in building several bridges, dams, shopping center and housing developments. He was proud of all the projects and pointed them out on our many trips. He settled down and took up roots in the Fresno area in the 1950's where he raised his 3 children. He eventually relocated to Livermore, Calif., where he met his wife and best friend Rose. They retired and together built 3 homes, one in Livermore, Calif., one in Camino, Calif. and the last in Payson, Ariz. They stayed in Payson for 12 years. He would often say "We finally got it right." Tony and Rose returned to California in 2006 and settled in Folsom. Tony was an ardent joke teller. If you are a waitress or cashier you may remember him. Whenever he visited a restaurant or store he would always leave the waitress or clerk laughing. He is especially remembered by his stepdaughter Lorraine Green, granddaughter Becky Green, grandson Terry Green and most of all his buddy, great-granddaughter Anna Green all of Folsom, Calif. We will miss him.
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Published in Gold Country Media Newspapers on Aug. 26, 2015
Law, Maxine Turner  
Maxine Turner Law 08/16/2015 Law, Maxine Turner age 98. Longtime 'transplanted' Loomis resident died peacefully at home August 16, 2015 in Sacramento. Originally from Bartlesville, Okla. was the oldest of seven children and outlived them all. Moved to San Francisco then to Sacramento before marrying Frank Law of Loomis. Maxine worked in various secretarial jobs throughout her career. Survived by son Mike (Joyce) of Sacramento and daughter Gail (the late Jerry Yerby) of Ada, Okla. A memorial service is planned for sometime in January.
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Published in Gold Country Media Newspapers from Aug. 27 to Sept. 2, 2015
Luciani, Mona  
Mona Luciani 07/12/1930 - 08/21/2015 Mona Luciani 85, passed away Friday, August 21, 2015 at Ukiah Valley Medical Center with her family by her side. She was born in Glenwood, Arkansas on July 12, 1930. Mona was preceded in death by her husband Henry Luciani and her brothers Tom and Bill Luttrell. She is survived by three children, David Luciani, Debra Luciani, and Jeanine King, five grand children, David, Dominique, Gabrielle, Tyler, Zachary, and three great grandchildren. In her early years after graduating in 1948 from El Cerrito High School in El Cerrito Calif., she became the Exective Assistant to the CEO of Frito Lay Co., in San Jose, Calif., where her career spanned 23 years. Mona had a passion for animals throughout her life. She enjoyed gardening, crocheting and creating ceramics. She was the member of the American Legion Auxillary in Foresthill, Calif. where she lived many years before moving to Newcastle, Calif. She enjoyed the last few years in Ukiah residing at Mountain View Senior Living. Mona's Christian Faith had a special place in her heart following her baptism at a young age. She has requested her ashes be scattered at sea and in lieu of a memorial service that donations be made in her name to any of the following non profit organizations. The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society www.lls.org 888-557-7177 The COPD Foundation www.copdfoundation.org 866-731-2673 The Inland Mendicino Co.SPCA www. mendohumanesociety.com 707-485-0123 Any messages of sympathy and support can be made at facebook page of Debra Luciani PO Box 224 Albion, Calif. 95410
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Published in Gold Country Media Newspapers on Aug. 26, 2015
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