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Clubb, Robert "Bob"  
Bob Clubb passed away 11/12/2014 peacefully with his children by his side from complications of a stroke suffered in May. Bob lived in the Crestline area for 49 years. He worked for GTE for 30 years. He retired in 1987. When his wife died suddenly he went to work for various mountain water agencies. He loved helping people. He could fix anything. He is survived by his son, Duane Clubb, his daughter, Kerri Jenkins, his son-in-law, Scott Buckley, grandchildren, Timothy Buckley and Heather Buckley, and numerous friends. His memorial service will be held Saturday, November 22, 2014, at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 1475 Northpark Blvd., San Bernardino, CA. All are welcome/
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Published in Inland Valley Daily Bulletin on Nov. 21, 2014

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Campbell, George Donald  
George Donald Campbell 92, longtime resident of Upland, passed away November 13, 2014, with his family at his side. He began his life April 5, 1922 in Moscow, Idaho, and was raised in various locations in the Pacific Northwest. George attended the University of Idaho until he joined the Army Air Corps following Pearl Harbor. After his service with honorable discharge, he was graduated with a BS in electrical engineering from the American Television Institute in Chicago, in the newly emerging television electronics industry. His keen engineering mind was forever active modifying and inventing new ways to develop mechanical and electrical equipment. He met and married his lifelong sweetheart, Evelyn Waterman, of Steubenville, Ohio in 1950. The newlyweds moved to California in 1951, and have resided in Upland since 1952. George worked as an engineer for Convair/General Dynamics until he started his own business in Upland, Television Engineers, which he maintained for 38 years. Living close to the mountains, forests, lakes and rivers were George's favorite surroundings throughout his life, returning annually to the High Sierras where he camped, back-packed, and fished with his family for a month every summer. He prided himself on being an expert fisherman, often catching his limit of trout when no one else could catch anything. Following his retirement, George served passionately as a docent for more than 21 years at the Planes of Fame in Chino. A natural teacher, he was quite an expert on vintage World War II planes, and willingly gave more than 2000 hours of his time guiding tours. George and his family were dedicated members of First United Methodist Church of Upland, joining the congregation in 1952. Church life and Christian service were dominant foci throughout his life. George is survived by Evelyn, his devoted wife of 64 years. He is also survived by three adored daughters, Carolyn Harrington (Ron) of Claremont, Marian Mapes (William) of Santa Rosa, and Vicki Montgomery (Garry) of Blaine, Washington. He is also survived by his beloved sister, Helen Hopkins of Portland, Oregon, and by his three grandchildren, Donald Harrington of Moorpark, Anne Harrington-Bexton (Rob) of Los Angeles, and Marianna Mapes of Santa Rosa. A Memorial Celebration service will be held at First United Methodist Church of Upland at 11 am on Wednesday, November 19. In lieu of flowers, charitable donations may be made to First United Methodist Church of Upland Foundation, Planes of Fame in Chino, or the Visiting Nurses Association Hospice and Palliative Care of Southern California.
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Published in Inland Valley Daily Bulletin on Nov. 16, 2014
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