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Allen, Lois Fae - Corona  
LOIS FAE ALLEN, 75, of Corona, CA, died April 26, 2015 in Corona, CA. She was born September 14, 1939 in California, daughter of Lawrence and Bertha Lindbloom. Lois worked as a Secretary for 30 years. Surviving are children, Larry Jose, Kathy Perea, David (Sansue) Jose; grandchildren, Sebastian, John, Jaime, Chris (fiance Jennifer), Alyssa (James), Derek, Justin; and great-grandchildren, Madelynne, Emmalynn, Ellery, Karsyn. Services will be held at Saturday, May 9th at 1:00 PM at 13381 Magnolia Ave. Corona, CA 92879 in the Recreation Hall. To sign the online guest book, go to www.ThomasMillerMortuary.com
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Published in Press-Enterprise on May 3, 2015
Carson, Mark J. - Riverside  
MARK J. CARSON, age 60, passed away in Thousand Oaks, CA on April 27, 2015. He had fought back from the effects of a serious stroke, only to have his big heart give out. Born in Riverside, CA on February 20, 1955, to Bill and Barbara Carson, Mark attended Magnolia Elementary, Sierra Jr. High and Ramona High School, graduating in 1973. Mark moved to Oxnard, where he met and married his lovely wife Linda. He worked as a delivery driver for Simon Levi and Southern Wines and Spirits. Mark's real gift was the effect he had on others, treating everyone as a friend. He liked people and had a great sense of humor. Mark was definitely the comic at any gathering. Mark is survived by his loving wife, Linda; devoted son, Jeff; brothers Bill (Theresa) and Ron; nephews Evan and Sean, and many extended family members. In lieu of flowers, please donate to your favorite charity. A Celebration of Life will be held May 9th, 1:00pm at 28860 Countryside Dr., Agoura Hills, 91301.
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Published in Press-Enterprise from May 2 to May 3, 2015
Fairchild, Joyce Helen - Moreno Valley  
JOYCE HELEN FAIRCHILD passed away at Renaissance Village on April 26, 2015 in Moreno Valley. Born in Okemah, Oklahoma, Ms. Fairchild lived in the Riverside area for 65 years. She was a graduate of Riverside College in 1954 in nursing. She married Douglas Elton Fairchild in 1955 and raised three boys. Ms. Fairchild is survived by sons Donald (Dorothy) of Jefferson, Georgia, Ronald (Kathy Ann) of Beaver Utah, Raymond (Jonna) of San Miguel De Allende, Mexico; long time companion Gene Beightol of Moreno Valley; 6 grandchildren; and 12 great grandchildren; Graveside Services will be 10am on Friday, May 8th at Montecito Memorial Park, Colton, CA.
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Published in Press-Enterprise on May 3, 2015
Marjerison, Robert Angus - Riverside  
ROBERT ANGUS MARJERISON was born in Cardston, Canada May 8,1928 to Everett and Florrie (MacDougall) Marjerison and attended Rolling Hills Elementary School and Coalhurst High School. Bob was forward thinking, intelligent, resourceful and creative. His curiosity and desire to learn and teach started at an early age. He tried to improve the irrigation techniques on the farm, lead an army cadet group when in high school and taught students in Hawaii about snowstorms using snowflakes (all different) made from paper napkins. He repaired motors and machines (a gift his sons learned), and had different animals (guinea pigs, rabbits, ponies, dogs and cats share the same yard). Bob started and owned a trucking company, built homes and commercial buildings and worked as a 4th class engineer at a petrochemical plant in Alberta. He built many things such as a home made snow-mobile when just a boy on the farm, and as an adult; boats including a 24' outrigger canoe, a life sized replica of a frontier fort (Fort Kerry) and a 4 car long, road worthy replica of an early train, used as a people-mover tram for Butterfield County, in Southern California, an animal library for students with special needs, and an HO scale 20'X30' miniature community. He founded the International Games, a multi-school sports competition, which he modeled to highlight collaboration between countries, and organized and led a marching band and tour company, The Mighty Few System, which allowed thousands of students to travel across the United States and Canada. His daughter Kelly continues that tradition, chaperoning high school students internationally. Throughout his career as an educator, he created learning tools, opportunities and experiences for learners of all ages. Bob earned a masters degree and administrative services credentials, including postgraduate studies in Special Education. He understood that learning is accomplished through education, life experiences, and unique expectations. His contributions are diverse and wide reaching. His influence continues through his three children and one granddaughter who followed him into the education field. Bob was preceded in death by his brother Austin and his sister-in-law Dr. Mickey Riddle. Surviving his passing are his four children: Robert Kim, Kent Ian (Beth), Kerry McBrine (Troy), Dr. Kelly Schwirzke (Stephan); his grandchildren: Jens, Iver, Grace and Morgan; and his children's mother Marie Marjerison (Sandham); three brothers-in-law; Dr. JD Sandham (Joan), Richard Sandham (Sharon), Dale Riddle, and 10 nieces and nephews. At his request there will be no service at this time, but there will be a Celebration of Life at a later date.
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Published in Press-Enterprise on May 3, 2015
Olds, Lillie Bell "Nana" - Riverside  
LILLIE BELL OLDS "NANA", 92, of Riverside, California, passed away on Monday, April 27, 2015. She was born in Clarksville, TX. on August 6, 1922 to Lillie Belle Duty and Less Rose. Preceded in death was her husband Oscar Olds. Lillie Bell was a resident of Riverside for 72 years, blessed with two children; eight grandchildren, eleven great-grandchildren, extended family and friends. She loved to cook and travel to Hawaii and will be greatly missed by all.
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Published in Press-Enterprise from Apr. 30 to May 3, 2015
Skinner, Daisy Irene - Riverside  
DAISY IRENE SKINNER August 2, 1918 April 4, 2015 Born Daisy Irene Jameson in Sedan, New Mexico, Daisy passed away at the age of 96 in Tualatin, Oregon following a prolonged fight with dementia and Alzheimer's disease. A long-time resident of Riverside, CA, Daisy arrived in La Sierra with her family, the Walter Jameson's, in 1926 from Jaroso, Colorado and who ultimately settled in Arlington. Following graduation from Riverside Polytechnic High School and the Riverside School of Cosmetology in 1936 she married high school sweetheart Ogden (Ralph) Butcher. Following Ogden's untimely death, she married Harold Giffin (divorced and deceased) in 1947 and who owned and operated Giffin's restaurant and tavern for many years in Riverside. In 1969 she married Robert Skinner (deceased). Robert was a life-long resident of Riverside who owned and operated Home Furniture. Both were avid travelers and golfers and long-time members of the Riverside Optimist Club. She is survived by sons Bill Butcher (Tigard, OR) and Robert Giffin (Oceanside); brothers Donald and Walter (Rod) Jameson (Riverside); daughter-in-law Shirley Byrd (La Quinta); grandchildren Jennifer O'Donnell, Denise Balzer, Ross, Scott and Eric Kline; and great grandchildren John and Kathryn O'Donnell, Benjamin and Andrew Balzer, Matt, Tori, and Kassidy Kline. All will greatly miss their "G.G." She was preceded in death by her husbands, parents Mary and Walter Jameson and by siblings Eula, Barbara and Lester and daughter Sandra Giffin Newman. Daisy's ashes will be interred with her husband Robert in the Riverside National Cemetery. Remembrances may be made to the Riverside Optimist Club, Alzheimer's Foundation of America, and the Alzheimer's Assoc.
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Published in Press-Enterprise on May 3, 2015
Sonnenberg, William Harold - Riverside  
WILLIAM HAROLD SONNENBERG, age 70, resident of Rancho Mirage, CA, died on November 19, 2014. Mr. Sonnenberg was born September 14 1944, in Minnesota, and is survived by spouse Yvonne; and his sons Richard Sonnenberg & Ryan Sonnenberg. Bill Sonnenberg will be missed. Rest in Peace.
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Published in Press-Enterprise on May 3, 2015
Stein, Dorothy Jane - Riverside  
DOROTHY JANE STEIN of Bigfork, MT went to be with her Lord on April 27, 2015. She was the finest person we ever knew, a treasured Wife, Mom, Gram, and Great Grandmother. She was the heart and soul of our family. She was born in Brooklyn, NY February 22, 1924, and attended Smith College and Columbia University. Dot volunteered for many organizations, including serving as a deaconess at the Larchmont Avenue (NY) and Calvary Presbyterian (Riverside, CA) Churches, President of the Riverside Assistance League, on the Board of the (CA) Children's Home Society, and was President of the Riverside Community Hospital Auxiliary. An avid golfer, Dot was President of the Victoria Club (Riverside) Women's Golfers and was proud of having had a hole-in-one. She loved to play bridge and spend time with her family. Dot will always be remembered as the ultimate hostess, so gracious and lovely, a class act in every sense. Preceded in death by her beloved husband, Bud, she will be forever missed by two daughters, Susan Leach (David) and Nancy Lamar (Zoneth Overby); grandchildren Ryan, Brooke, Kristin, Brody and Hayden, and great-grandchildren Kayla, Emma, and Indy.
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Published in Press-Enterprise on May 3, 2015
Stryker, Dr. Clinton C. "Clint" - Riverside  
DR. CLINTON C. "CLINT" STRYKER Clint was born on March 26, 1922, in Santa Ana, CA. He passed away peacefully under Hospice care on April 2, 2015, at the age of 93. He was a proud World War II US Navy veteran who graduated from UC San Francisco Dental School in 1949. He first practiced dentistry in Greenfield, CA. and was subsequently called back for a second tour of duty in the US Navy as a dentist stationed in San Diego, CA. He practiced dentistry in Riverside, CA. from 1956 until his retirement in 1986. In retirement he enjoyed playing golf at Victoria Club, taking road trips throughout the country with friends, and spending summers in the Sierra Nevada at the family cabin. Clint is survived by his wife of sixty-nine years Helen; sons Douglas (Barbara), David (Susie), and Kenneth; seven grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren. His easy-going personality and great sense of humor will be missed by all those who knew him. A service for Clint will be held at The Riverside National Cemetery, 22495 Van Buren Blvd., on May 8th at 1:30pm. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in Clint's name to Salem Christian Homes, 6921 Edison Ave., Chino Ca. 91710.
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Published in Press-Enterprise from May 3 to May 6, 2015
Taniguchi, Carla Marie - Riverside  
CARLA MARIE TANIGUCHI, age 71, resident of Riverside, CA. for 60 years, passed away Sunday, April 26, 2015. Carla Marie was born July 6,1944 in Chicago, Ill. She was a librarian and homemaker. Carla Marie was preceded in her death by her husband, Takima Taniguchi, and son, Michael Taniguchi, by her mother, Olive Van Houten, by her father Carl E. Van Houten,and her brother, Clark Van Houten. Carla Marie is survived by her sister, Sherry Lee Angeley, and brother, Carl E. Van Houten, Jr. Mass, Thursday, May 7 at 10:00am with rosary at 9:15am at St. Catherines of Alexandria Catholic Church. Acheson & Graham Mortuary (951) 688-1221
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Published in Press-Enterprise from May 3 to May 4, 2015
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