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Carter, Bud - Ramona  
Harrison "Bud" Carter, 54, of Ramona, passed April 21, 2015. Leaving us with the fondest memories of his powerful character: a rugged intellectual with the heart of both warrior and poet; imbued with honor, loyalty and compassion; quick to shake a hand, lend a hand, hold a hand and 'bless your heart'; well read, proud, patriotic and mischievous; with an unending supply of jokes and pranks on all occasions, and carefully planted firecrackers for favored folks to trigger; fearless and tenacious, owning great physical strength and work ethic, he would not be idled, nor come to rust. Bud is survived by his stepmom, his girlfriend, brother, sisters, and fiercely loyal friends. (He knows who you are.) Bud is currently attending a grand reunion in Heaven. He is so sorely missed by his earthbound brethren. "Banking off of the NE winds. Sailing on a summer breeze. And skipping over the ocean like a stone."
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Published in the Ramona Sentinel on May 28, 2015
Ceresino, Ray - San Diego  
Ray Ceresino passed away on May 1, 2015, at the age of 86. He was born in Thunder Bay, Canada, on April 24, 1929, to Frank and Emilia Ceresino. He grew up in Thunder Bay and became a professional hockey player for the Toronto Maple Leafs and the Cleveland Barons. On June 2, 1953, he married his lovely wife, Lorraine Giardetti, and they were married for 62 years. Ray moved his family to California in 1962 and settled in the San Fernando Valley where he had a successful career as a mortgage broker. He had been retired and residing in Carmel Valley for the past 15 years.  Ray and Lorraine had three children, Lynn Neault, Gayle (Joe) Belch, and Gordon (Mary) Ceresino, all of whom reside in the San Diego area. He had six grandchildren who meant the world to him, Brian, Danielle and Matt Neault, Jessica Ceresino, and Derek (Amelia) and Danny Belch. There was no prouder grandfather as he loved watching all of his grandchildren compete in sports at Torrey Pines High School and college. Ray never lost his love for sports. He was an avid golfer and his skating skills never left him as he could be seen playing street hockey with his grandkids and skating around the streets of Carmel Valley well into his eighties. He always looked forward to The Ray Ceresino Invitational, an annual golf tournament his son established in honor of his 80th birthday, celebrated by family and close friends. Ray will always be remembered by friends and family for his wonderful personality and the way he made everyone feel when he was around them. He was truly blessed with a special family and friends; he will be loved and missed forever. He will be laid to rest at El Camino Memorial Park in San Diego on June 2, 2015.
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Published in the Carmel Valley News on May 21, 2015
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