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Carter, Kent E.  
Kent E. Carter October 24, 1942 - July 24, 2015 Long time Hesperia resident, Kent (KC) Carter, passed away peacefully at his residence on July 24, 2015. Kent was born to Joseph and Dorothy Carter in South Gate, CA. He is survived by his brother Gary, his two daughters LaDaughn and Telecia, his son Michael, seven grandchildren and one great grandchild. Kent is a veteran of the US Army (1960-1963) and a retired maintenance mechanic from Boeing aircraft. Kent truly did have a zest for life. He loved to hunt, fish and go camping with his family and friends. Cars and motorcycles were a favorite past-time. He loved going to the movies. He was extremely passionate about his animals to include exotic birds, cats and dogs. Kent had a tough exterior, but was a kind hearted and gentle man beneath it all. He was caring, kind, funny and could always be counted on to be there for you when needed. A private "Celebration of Life" will be held today in honor of Kent.
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Published in the Daily Press on Aug. 1, 2015
Chambers, Norma D.  
Norma D. Chambers Norma D. Chambers passed away Saturday, August 8th, in her Covina home following a lengthy illness. Services will be held on Friday, August 14, at Christ First Baptist Church in Covina. A viewing is scheduled for 9 AM, followed by a Celebration of Life service at 10 AM, Dr. Robert Orr officiating. Interment will be at Memory Garden Memorial Park in Brea at noon. She is survived by daughters Chrystal Farrell of Sun City; Carol Torrez of Fullerton; and Connie Buckley of Pasadena. Seven grandchildren include Gary Farrell, Jr., Gregory Farrell, Grant Farrell, Mather Torrez, Cassandra Torrez-Arguilez, David Buckley, and Sean Buckley, all of Southern California. Other survivors include 9 great-grandchildren, and step-brother Gene Owens of Lancaster, CA. A native of Dayton, Ohio, Norma ran a successful dance studio for seventeen years in Orange, CA; was actively involved in the Masonic service organizations, the International Order of the Rainbow for Girls, and the Order of the Eastern Star, both as a young woman and an adult. Upon retirement in the High Desert, she gave tirelessly of her time and energies to both Moses House Ministries and the Victor Valley Community Services.
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Published in the Daily Press on Aug. 12, 2015
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