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Ragan, Alma Louise - Auburn  
Alma Louise Ragan 12/06/1930 - 04/05/2015 Alma Louise Ragan passed on Easter Sunday, April 5, 2015 to join her Lord and previously departed husband, friends and family. She was born to John Randall and Ethel Louise Groat in Des Moines, Iowa on December 6, 1930. As a child she moved to northern Indiana and graduated high school in Warsaw, Indiana in 1949 and until the end remained a faithful friend of 'the 49-ers'. She married Bert Ragan in 1950 and they had four children - Daniel O'Ragan (deceased), Janet Clark Robertson (deceased), Linda LoBue and Kathleen O. Styles. She is also survived by brothers Bob Groat and John Groat, as well as grandchildren Fernando, Josh, Jason, Joey, Bryce and Eleana and great grandchildren Nicole, Ashtin and Cadence. Alma loved her family and friends and kept in touch daily through letter writing, emailing and Facebook. She maintained a card-sending regime unmatched by anyone. Alma wrote children's stories for her grandchildren, each with a tender lesson on the importance of nurturing relationships. For the past 15 years Alma lived with her daughter Linda and husband Jim. She was well known and loved for her strong, loving spirit and her selfless dedication to numerous charitable causes, including foster youth, education, girl scouts, and libraries. When she first arrived to Auburn she joined the Friends of the Library and participated annually in the Reading in the Classroom Program. She loved helping children learn to read and served as a classroom volunteer at Rock Creek Elementary School for the past five years. As a celebration of Alma's life and spirit, all are invited to join her favorite local music group, the Auburn Irish Session Players on Sunday, April 26, 2015 from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Sierra Grill Smoke House, 2515 Grass Valley Highway in Auburn.
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Published in Gold Country Media Newspapers from Apr. 17 to Apr. 25, 2015
Randolph, Diana Lyn Hawks - Auburn  
Diana Lyn Hawks Randolph 11/25/1946 - 01/12/2015 Diana Lyn Hawks Randolph passed away April 12, 2015. daughter of Randy and Joann Randolph. She moved from Southern California in the 80's to Tahoe and then to Auburn. She and previous husband Gary Hawks opened C St. Cafe in Dewitt. Later they opened Jerromiah Cafe in Citrus Heights. After going their seperate ways, Diana moved back to Auburn and worked at the Placer Arts Center until she became ill in December 2014. Diana leaves behind her much loved niece Samantha Theobald (Devin and great nephew Townsend). Cousin Robin Teguero and Uncle John Randolph. She was preceeded in death by her parents, sister and brother, and Uncle Earl Randolph who she took care of for 2 years prior to his death, all her Taco Tuesday friends and Friday morning Court House Coffee girlfriends. Diana was a member of Parkside Church and more recently attended Bayside Church in Auburn. She gave her heart to her lord and saviour Jesus Christ and will rest in his loving arms for eternity. Celebration of her life will be held May 3, 2015 from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at Canyon View Community Center, 471 Maidu Drive, Auburn, Calif.
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Published in Auburn Journal from Apr. 19 to Apr. 25, 2015
Ray, Ina May - Auburn  
Ina May Ray 04/27/1927 - 04/06/2015 Ina May Ray passed away April 6, 2015. Ina was born in Pontiac, Michigan on April 27,1927 to Walter and Susan Gregory. She was one of 10 children. She married Marshall Ray in 1945 and became a military wife for 20 years. They had three sons and a daughter. They retired to California, eventually to Auburn. She loved Auburn and was very involved in the community. She even played kazoo in the Auburn senior band! Ina will be missed by her sons Andy, Dave and Larry as well as by their children and grandchildren. Ina's daughter Pam Ray Guting, husband Anastacio along with their children Gregory and Trisha and Ina's three great grandchildren, Ona , Jack and Claudia all cared for Ina as dementia took her away from us. Ina's dear friend, Shirley and her wonderful hairdresser, Nancy, will miss Ina's silly and fun ways and compassion for life. Ina was always on the go. Now that she has wings there will be no resting peacefully - she's flying joyfully with Marshall!
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Published in Gold Country Media Newspapers from Apr. 12 to Apr. 22, 2015
Rey, Buddy M. - Auburn  
Buddy M. Rey 09/18/1933 - 04/04/2015 Buddy M. Rey, born on September 18, 1933, son of Cleve and Josephine Rey, went to be with the Lord on April 4, 2015. Buddy was a lifelong resident of Placer County and was an agricultural rancher. He was the last survivor of 10 siblings. He is survived by numerous nieces and nephews and many friends. Viewing will be held on Thursday, April 16, 2015 from 4 p.m.- 8 p.m. at Lassila Funeral Chapel, 551 Grass Valley Hwy., Auburn, Calif. 95603.
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Published in Gold Country Media Newspapers from Apr. 12 to Apr. 22, 2015
Rey, Richard R. - Auburn  
RICHARD R. REY 05/10/1942 - 04/17/2015 Loving son, brother, uncle and friend passed away on Friday, April 17, 2015. The Lord took him peacefully surrounded by two sisters, a brother, a niece and Pastor and Pastor's wife. He died after a lengthy battle with liver cancer. Rich, as he was known by many family members and friends, was born in Auburn, California. He was a lifetime resident of Placer County. He received his diploma from Placer High School. He served on active service in the United States Marine Corps. He was not married, but had his own extended family. There were children whom he treated as his own grandchildren. He loved to visit them and many other close friends. He was an extremely generous man and helped family members and friends alike, sometimes anonymously. He will be greatly missed by everyone that he knew. He is survived by his mother, Violet A. Rey, brother, Leroy M. Rey, sisters, Carolyn Martinez and Linda Rey and nephews, nieces and cousins. Graveside services will be held on Thursday, April 30, 2015 at 11:00 a.m. at Maidu Indian Cemetery, Maidu Drive, Auburn.
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Published in Gold Country Media Newspapers on Apr. 26, 2015
Riley, Mary Ann  
Mary Ann Riley 04/06/1953 - 04/20/2015 A special heartfelt thanks to staff of Sutter Auburn Faith Hospital, Siena Care Facility, Sutter Medical Center Sacramento, CVS Pharmacy.
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Published in Gold Country Media Newspapers on Apr. 26, 2015
Rosasco, John Condit - Auburn  
John Condit Rosasco 06/02/1936 - 04/09/2015 John Condit Rosasco was born to George and Alice (Condit) Rosasco in Ukiah, California on June 2, 1936. He died peacefully at home on April 9, 2015. John was raised in Healdsburg, California on the former Frei Brothers Ranch, now the Gallo Family Vineyard property. He attended grammar and high school in Healdsburg and studied Forestry at Humboldt State University. John worked for 32 years as a Ranger with the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection in Sonoma, Lake, Humboldt, and Santa Cruz counties. He then transferred to Placer County in 1976 and retired as a Division Chief for the Nevada, Yuba and Placer Ranger Unit in 1988. John and his wife Toni lived in San Francisco from 1989 to 1993 where John trained as a chef at the California Culinary Academy. After graduating from the Culinary Academy John worked as the chef at the Monte Verde Inn for several years. John was preceded in death by his brother David Rosasco. He is survived by his wife of 56 years Dorothy Antoinette (aka, Toni), sons John Peter (Meralee) of Duluth, Minnesota and George (Leah) of Auburn; four grandchildren, Emma, Hannah, Carrie, and Will, all of Duluth; nieces Denise Horsfall (Ivor) of Sonoma, Audrey Flood (Dave) of Gresham, Oregon, nephew Duane Fowler (Shannon) of Sonoma; sister-in-law Sandra Fowler of Sonoma; great niece Katie Horsfall of Petaluma; and great nephews Kevin Horsfall of Santa Rosa, Mike Flood of San Diego, and Chris Flood (Brittany) of Pine Bush, New York. John was a member of the 49er Lions Club for nearly 40 years. He was active in SIRS for eight years and served as Big Sir in 2014. John was also a longtime member of the Tahoe Club and a current member of the Elks Club. When he wasn't volunteering at a community event John loved to fish. In his younger years he enjoyed backpacking with his two sons. John and Toni also covered thousands of miles, trailering throughout the US and Mexico, with yearly trips to Minnesota to see their grandkids. A service will be held on Monday, April 20, 2015 at 11:30 a.m. at St. Teresa of Avila Church located at 11610 Atwood Road in Auburn with a reception immediately following. In lieu of flowers please make a donation to a charity of your choice. Please sign the guestbook at www.chapelofthehills-auburn.com
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Published in Gold Country Media Newspapers from Apr. 14 to Apr. 22, 2015
Schatz, Tammy - Roseville  
Tammy Schatz 03/20/1962 - 04/06/2015 Tammy passed to the next stage of her eternal life on April 6, 2015, after a valiant 2½ month battle with a brain cancer. She was preceded in death by her beloved husband Bill in 1991. She is survived by her sons Andy and Tony Schatz, her mother Eileen Ochoa, her father Ron Cameron (Marcia), her sister Kelly Glomson (Sean) and nieces Lauren and Elizabeth Glomson. Tammy touched many lives in her 20 year teaching career at St. John's Christian School in Roseville and The Little School House in Lincoln. A Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday, April 25, 2015 at 1:30 p.m. at St. John's Episcopal Church, 2351 Pleasant Grove Blvd., in Roseville. In lieu of flowers her family asks donations be made in Tammy's memory to St. John's Episcopal Church Building Fund.
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Published in Press-Tribune, The from Apr. 18 to Apr. 24, 2015
Scherer, Bonnie Lynn - Lincoln  
Bonnie Lynn Scherer 09/13/1940 - 01/31/2015 Bonnie Lynn Scherer, of Lincoln, Calif. passed away peacefully January 31, 2015 with her family by her side. She was 74. Her quick wit and zest for life will surely be missed by all. Bonnie was born on September 13, 1940 in Wells, British Columbia, Canada. She moved with her family to Palm Springs, Calif. in 1957 where she attended Palm Springs High School. After graduation she began her life long career in the title and escrow field. She lived in San Jose and the Grass Valley area during her lifetime, and then after retiring she spent many winters in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico and most recently Palm Desert, Calif. She was a member and also president of Soroptimist women's organization. Bonnie is survived by her partner Ted Dotto, daughter Lori Pynappel and her husband Roger, son Scott Scherer, grandchildren Kamren, Kaleb and Madalyn, brother Don Shayler and his wife Kathy, nieces Suzan Shayler and Cynthia Altamirano and their children, Brendon, Nicole and Hector. A Celebration of Life will be held Friday, May 15, 2015 at 5:30 p.m. at High Hand Nursery Conservatory, 3750 Taylor Road, Loomis, Calif. Please call 530-277-0682 for more information and to rsvp.
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Published in Auburn Journal from Apr. 19 to Apr. 26, 2015
Schroeter, Dr. Marvin M. - Lincoln  
Dr. Marvin M. Schroeter 10/24/1919 - 03/25/2015 Dr. Marvin M. Schroeter of Lincoln, Calif., passed away peacefully on March 25, 2015, at the age of 95. Originally from Reedley, Calif., Marv graduated from Whittier College in 1942, and from St. Louis University School of Medicine in 1946. He completed surgical residencies in both New York and Los Angeles, including a residency while serving in the Navy from 1946 to 1949. He worked as an Assistant Professor of Surgery at UCLA before moving to Sacramento to open his private practice in 1957. He was an Assistant Clinical Professor and founding faculty member at UC Davis, and eventually became the Chief of Surgery at Sutter Hospital in Sacramento. Marv relocated his family to Santa Cruz in 1977, where he established a busy general and laser surgery practice. He especially enjoyed working as an ER trauma surgeon in Santa Cruz, and became a lifetime member of the Trauma Committee American College of Surgeons. In addition to his many accomplishments, Marv's family and friends will remember his wonderful example of faith, his compassion for others, and his helpful and giving nature. He retired from private practice in 2001, and he and his wife Sally eventually moved to Lincoln, Calif. Although retired, Marv had a lifelong love of medicine, and he remained a consultant and continued his medical education until recent years. He was a devout Christian, and he was dedicated to studying the Bible and sharing his faith with everyone he knew. Marv was a voracious reader and writer with a thirst for knowledge, and he never stopped learning. He was also an avid golfer, and made many wonderful memories playing golf with family and friends, as well as attending golf tournaments with Sally. He enjoyed photography and traveling, especially cruises and road trips, and his favorite daily activity was walking his beloved dog, Bentley. Marv is predeceased by his parents and his two brothers, Walter and Paul, and is survived by his sister, Anne Widaman; his first wife, Priscilla Schroeter; their four sons, Stephen, Timothy, James, and Robert Schroeter; his wife of 44 years, Sally Schroeter; two stepchildren, Julia Spunt and Jason Guthrie; eleven grandchildren, five great-grandchildren, and many loving in-laws, nieces and nephews. A celebration of Marv's life will be held on Saturday, April 25, 2015 at 1:00 p.m. at Lincoln Hills Community Church in Lincoln, Calif. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Early Alert Canines ( www.earlyalertcanines.org. )
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Published in Lincoln News Messenger from Apr. 18 to Apr. 24, 2015
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