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Lacy, Ted M.  
Theodore (Ted) M. Lacy went to be with the lord on Dec. 5, 2014. Ted was born in Chickasha, OK on 2/24/1926 to M.E. Washburn and Edith Jean Walker. He was raised in Southern California, calling Santa Ana his home town. Ted is proud to have served his country in WWII. When WWII broke out he lied about his age and joined the army when he was sixteen. He served 4 years, 2 years in the mainland and 2 years in the South Pacific. He served with the Aviation Engineers and built B-29 Air bases on Guam and Okinawa. He is a member of Post #22 American Legion and Life member of VFW Post # 9009. There is a Video interview of Ted M Lacy at the Library of Congress, Veterans History Project. < www.loc.gov.americanfolklifecenter.gov > He was honored to have been chosen for the Honor Flight trip to Washington, DC in Oct. 2013. It was a dream of a lifetime to visit all of the War Memorials with other WWII Veterans. He was preceded in death by his mother Edith Lacy, his son Curtis Lacy, daughter Sheryl Newton and grandson Jason Lacy. He leaves his wife Beverly Lacy, daughters Cindy Newton and Chere Petersen, and sons Scott Newton and Craig Lacy. He leaves 12 grand children and 22 great grand children and two great great grandchildren. Ted was retired from McKesson and Southern Wine and Spirits liquor sales. Ted enjoyed volunteering as a Scoutmaster and Volunteer Fireman in the Rio Vista Fire Department for 13 years. He was a member of the Lodi Police Department Partners for 10 years and a Senior Volunteer with the California Highway Patrol for 10 years. He formed lasting friendships with his co-workers. Ted was an avid golfer starting when he was 10 years old. He was Champion of Elkhorn Country Club two times, and won many other tournaments. One of his favorite memories was playing as the partner of Chi Chi Rodriguez in a Pro-Am tournament. The highlight of his golf career was golfing at St. Andrews Golf Course in England. He also loved fishing at Bear River Resort and collecting Police badges during his travels. Ted was a kind and loving man who touched many lives. He will be missed by many. He was the ultimate joke teller. He said he was put on earth make people laugh. He is undoubtedly sharing jokes with St. Peter and dancing with his daughter Sheryl in heaven. A celebration of his life will be held at the Grace Presbyterian Church, 10 N. Mills Ave, Lodi, CA on Thursday December 11, 2014 at 11:00 am followed by a reception. There will be no viewing and committal will be private. In Lieu of flowers please make a donation in memory of Ted Lacy to Soroptimist International of Lodi or the Salvation Army Lodi Branch.
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Published in Lodi News-Sentinel from Dec. 6 to Dec. 16, 2014
Loya, Samuel  
Samuel Loya, 57, of Stockton, passed away surrounded by his family on December 10, 2014. Samuel was born on October 11, 1957, in Lodi, to Simon and Jessie Loya. Samuel worked as a roofer for Baker Roofing Company. Samuel married his high school sweetheart and raised 4 wonderful children. He welcomed numerous kids that came through his doors. He was a great provider for his family. Samuel's passions were fishing, camping with family and friends, playing pool, horseshoes, bowling, and watching the Raiders. His pride and joy were his grandchildren. Spending time with them was number 1 on his list of things to do. He leaves behind numerous family and friends, whom he cared deeply for. In the end he accepted God in his life and was at peace. He was a member of First Baptist Church of Stockton. He is survived by his father, Simon Loya; his wife of 38 years, Anna Loya; sons, Samuel (Christina) Loya, Jr. of Galt, and Mario Loya of Lodi; daughters, Kathryn (Edward) Mahan, of Lodi, and Stephanie (Benjamin) Loya, of Stockton; 15 grandchildren; sisters, Angie, Mary, Tina, and Sonja; brothers, Simon and Bobby. He was preceded in death by his mother Jessie Loya. Friends and family are invited to visit on Wednesday, December 17, from 11 am - 2pm at Lodi Funeral Home. A chapel service will be held on Wednesday, December 17, at 2:30 p.m. Committal is private. Lodi Funeral Home is assisting the family with the arrangements.
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Published in Lodi News-Sentinel from Dec. 16 to Dec. 23, 2014
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