Phoebe-Ostlie-Obituary

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Phoebe Ernestine Ostlie

Lompoc, California

Jul 1, 1933 - Jan 21, 2013

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Kathy and I were best friends for years. Phoebe was like a second mother to me. I remember all the good times at Kathy's house and always going camping , square dancing we made a lot of great memories she will always be dear to my heart. I miss you kathy and would love to get in touch with you again. Carri xoxo

Phoebe was a classmate of mine and we shared many memories. Her warm smile and loving ways will always be remembered with fondness. My love goes out to all her family..... she was loved by all ! Carol Albert Huntington Beach Ca

Rest in peace Phoebe, I remember the good times we had, will remember you always. Olivia baker and son Michael

Phoebe and i went to school together... what a great person she was.... lots of fun and loved to laugh.... times are tough when we loose family and friends.... God will take care of Phoebe.... Carol Ann Lompoc

To the family of Phoebe Ostlie - my deepest condolences to all of her family. I have known your mom and dad for many years. I always enjoyed the time we spent at various Elks functions and bowling events. Your mom and dad were both very special people.

Phoebe and we were class mates at Lompoc Hi as well as good friends, we will miss you....R.I.P
Frank & Irene

I have many fond memories of time spent with Kathy and her mother. Kathy and I were good friends in High School and I spent a good bit of time at her house. Phoebe was always so friendly and gracious and had a wonderful sense of humor. I am so sorry for your loss.

You will truly be missed, you hold a very special place in my heart, I will always remember your spirit and the times we shared a giggle or two. Love always
Karen Ostlie

Youo will be missed little momma...

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Phoebe E. Ostlie, 79, of Lompoc passed away on Monday, January 21, 2013.Phoebe was born on July 1, 1933 in Chama, New Mexico to Max and Pablita Romero. Her family moved to Lompoc in 1942. She attended Lompoc High School and Santa Barbara School of Business. Phoebe worked as an executive...

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