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Beegle, Gordon Elias "Chip" - Riverside  
GORDON "CHIP" ELIAS BEEGLE Age 87, left this world on April 12, 2016. His wife Anne of 64 years predeceased him on August 27, 2015. He was the beloved father of five children: John (Pam) of Crestline, CA; Barbara Caouette (Norman) of Prescott, AZ; Robert (Lori) of Beaumont, CA; Fred (Judith) of Riverside, CA; Paul (Francis) of Prescott, AZ; and grandson Jason Beegle (Nikki) of Sugarloaf, CA. There are seven grandchildren besides Jason: Aleshia Smith (Aaron); Nannette Anders (Anthony), Brett, Jeanette Claire (Eddie), Michael, Ciara and Kelly; and there are nine great-grandchildren. Chip was born July 2, 1928, at Squires Corner, Warren County, New Jersey, and was an airman in the U.S. Navy from 1946 to 1948, having served on the USS Randolph and the USS Kearsarge aircraft carriers. He worked as a brick mason (bricklayer) for many years including with his big brother Bill as the "Beegle Bros. Construction" Company from 1951 to 1962 in New Jersey. Chip grew up with two brothers and four sisters, three of whom remain: William "Bill" Beegle (Betty) of Blairstown, NJ; Robert "Bob" (Audrey) Beegle of Port Orange, FL; and Ellen "Honey" Costa, of Cape Coral, FL. Chip and Anne moved to Riverside, CA, in December 1962 where he worked as a brick mason until 1993, including many years with Kretschmar and Smith (K&S). The family lived in the same house built in 1904 for over 50 years. Chip enjoyed many hobbies over the years: playing basketball, ice skating, bowling, boxing, bicycling, cooking, traveling and playing games with family and friends. He especially enjoyed many outdoor activities with his sons and friends: hunting, fishing, camping, hiking, and watching NASCAR racing. He loved assisting his children and friends with home improvements, particularly bricklaying. He shared his love of life with his children. He will be remembered for his creativity, work ethic, and his love of nature and the great outdoors. His spontaneous joy of life and sense of humor made him a pleasure to be with and he was everyone's friend.
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Published in Press-Enterprise on May 5, 2016
Bock, Gary Leroy - Corona  
GARY LEROY BOCK, 68, passed on Wednesday, April 27, 2016 surrounded by family. Born on October 22, 1947 in Arkansas, the son of Leroy and Amie Bock. He was a long time resident of Corona, California. He was a hard working man who loved his family. After 22 years at Sunkist he retired. He volunteered every Wednesday for six years at Stallings Elementary, where his granddaughter attended. He leaves his wife of 28 years Jacqueline Bock; his son Tom Bock; his stepdaughter Yvonne; his grandchildren Lea, Fernando, Carol, Vanessa, Alfred, Gabriel, and Mathew. A funeral service will be held on May 6, 2016 at Thomas Miller Mortuary at 10 a.m.
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Published in Press-Enterprise on May 5, 2016
Clark, Joyce Elizabeth (In Memoriam) - Riverside  
JOYCE ELIZABETH CLARK The love of husband Harold Clark's life for 60 years went to be with Jesus last year on May 5, 2015. Harold will love and miss her and continue to have "sweet dreams" about her until they can be "together again" for eternity at Riverside National Cemetery.
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Collins, Douglas - Norco  
DOUGLAS COLLINS, 60, of Pahrump, Nevada, passed away on April 29, 2016 after a long battle with cancer. He was born to the late John and Joan Collins on February 19, 1956 in Norco, California and lived most of his life in Riverside, California. He married Diane Collins in 1985 and they lived together in San Bernardino, California until moving to Pahrump, Nevada in February 2013. Doug was a self employed truck driver until he retired in 2012. Doug liked working on his 1968 Thunderbird and loved showing it at the local classic car shows. Doug is survived by his wife, Diane; two step children: Barbara Berg of Portland, Oregon, and Richard Laing of San Bernardino, California; 7 grandchildren; and 2 great grandchildren, with a third one on the way. A "Celebration of His Life" will be held at his residence: 3140 Pittman St., Pahrump, NV. 89060, on May 29, 2016. It will start at 1:30 P.M. and continue throughout the day. Memorial donations may be made to the Nevada Cancer Research Foundation.
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Published in Press-Enterprise on May 5, 2016
Humphries, Norris "Allen" - Riverside  
NORRIS "ALLEN" HUMPHRIES from Chesnee, SC. He was born 1/28/1946 and headed to his creek side cabin in the hills on 4/29/2016. He was a hard working and loving man, husband, father, son, brother, grandfather and friend. A man who never met a stranger. A proud Air Force Sgt and Vietnam Veteran. He is survived by his wife Elaine; daughters Laurie Amatulli and Kristie Holding; sons-in-law Thomas Amatulli and Glenn Holding; sisters Elaine Hord, Patsy Phillips, Kitty Wilkerson; brothers Ronnie Humphries and Wade Humphries; nieces and nephews; and his two granddaughters Ashlee and Lexi for whom the sun rose and set. He will be greatly missed and forever in our hearts. In honor of Dad and his love of family and friends we will be having a Celebration of Life Saturday, May 7 from 12-5pm. Come celebrate Dad with food, drinks, and loving memories. For address please call 951-830-0955.
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Published in Press-Enterprise from May 4 to May 5, 2016
Macklin, Mary Lee (Jones) - Riverside  
MARY LEE (JONES) MACKLIN, born May 2, 1940 in Princeton, IL, went home to be with Jesus on April 6, 2016 in Riverside, CA. Mary is survived by her beloved husband of 56 years, Edwin Macklin; son, David (Rebecca) Macklin; 5 grandchildren, Cassandra (Scott) Alexander, Brandy (Joshua) Dawson, Corey (Toni) Macklin, Joshua (Stacey), Brent Macklin, and 11 great grandchildren. Mary was preceded in death by her parents, Harvey and Lillie Jones, an infant sister and son Stephen Macklin. Mary was an active member of Magnolia Church where she taught 3 and 4 year olds the love of Jesus. A Memorial Service will be held at Magnolia Church on Friday, May 6, 2016 at 11am. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in her memory to the Benevolence Ministry of Magnolia Church.
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Published in Press-Enterprise from May 4 to May 6, 2016
Pim, Marguerite (Maggie) - Riverside  
MARGUERITE (MAGGIE) PIM passed away peacefully in Riverside, CA on May 1, 2016 at the age of 80. Maggie's parents, Ira and Lulu Gerhart, moved their young family to Riverside when Maggie was just three, settling in the Woodcrest area. At that time there were more tumbleweeds than neighbors, so the family ate the bountiful vegetables from their garden and drank water from a well. Maggie attended Valley Center and Val Verde Elementary schools with her brother and sister and was later involved in school government at Poly HS where she graduated in 1953. When she was 20, Maggie met a handsome Navy man named Donald Ray Pim. In 1957 they were married in the original chapel of Magnolia Presbyterian Church where Maggie had been a member since 1954. Over the course of her 60-year membership she made many lifelong friends, served the church as Treasurer, Sunday School Teacher and devoted endless hours of service to her fellow members. In 1958, Maggie and Don started a family, which grew to three sons and a daughter. They lived an active and vibrant home life, often hosting parties made up of family and their numerous friends. The family traveled all over the western United States, but to no place more special than Twin Lakes, their annual summer retreat in the High Sierras. Like her parents before her, Maggie loved the great outdoors, a love that she first passed along to her children and now to her grandchildren. She and Don were married more than 50 years when he passed away in 2008, after a long career as a Lineman for the City of Riverside. After Maggie raised her children, she went to work at Riverside Unified School District as a Secretary. She retired after 15 years. She was not afraid of hard work. As anyone who knew Maggie will attest, she was gracious and kind and always lent an ear to the troubles of others. Having recently and proudly celebrated her 80th birthday, she will always be a cornerstone of the family and held many titles, including Mother, Grandmother, Aunt, Sister, Mother-in-Law, Cousin, Friend and many more. Maggie is survived by her children and grandchildren; son Matt and wife Sandy and their children Brandi and Matthew; son Larry and wife Alma Linda and their son Donovan; son Brian; daughter Julie and son-in-law Jim and their children Megan, Rachel and James. Her sister Lila Odell called Maggie her best friend for over 80 years, and her brother Raul "Skip" and wife Romy of Arizona, and their children, their spouses and grandchildren will also dearly miss her. Maggie saw enormous change in the world, but through it all, she embraced these changes and looked upon every challenge as an opportunity. With her Lord and her family behind her, she knew that she could accomplish anything, and it is this remarkable and upbeat spirit that we will miss the most. The family would like to thank the devoted and loving members of Kaiser Hospice Care and Sunrise Canyon Crest Assisted Living. They became an extended part of Maggie's family and we appreciate the comfort and peace they provided. Memorial donations may be made to the Pim Family Endowment Fund at Magnolia Presbyterian Church. Services will be held Friday, May 6, 2016, 11:00AM at Magnolia Presbyterian Church, 7200 Magnolia Ave., Riverside, Ca 92504.
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Published in Press-Enterprise from May 4 to May 6, 2016
Rembolt, Glee Lewis - Murrieta  
GLEE LEWIS REMBOLT JULY 16, 1924 - APRIL 25, 2016 Glee Lewis Rembolt, 91, of Murrieta, CA, passed away April 25, 2016 in San Diego, CA in the company of her children. She was born on a farm near Arborville, Nebraska to Ray & Lilac (Rystrom) Lewis July 16, 1924. The family later moved to Grand Island, Nebraska. In 1941, she graduated from Grand Island High School. After attending Kearney State Teacher's college, she taught in Burwell, Cozad, and Sidney, Nebraska. On October 5, 1946, Glee married the love of her life, Marion Rembolt, also of Grand Island in Bremerton, WA. Glee returned to teaching while Marion finished his tour of duty in the South Pacific. After he completed his tour of duty, they made their home in Aurora, NE where both of their children were born. In 1957 they moved to Colton, CA where Marion was the Service Manager of L. J. Snow Ford and they raised their family. During their time in Colton, they were active in the Evangelical United Brethren Church of San Bernardino which later became the United Methodist Church. Glee and Marion lived their lives serving others. During the time in Colton, Glee regularly taught Sunday school classes, led youth groups and provided guidance to both Girl and Cub Scout troops. After Marion retired in 1986, he and Glee joined the Mobile Missionary Assistance Program doing volunteer service to build and repair churches and youth camps throughout the U.S. In addition to the 25 projects for MMAP they also worked on building projects with Youth With A Mission in Hawaii. In 1990, they moved to Murrieta, CA where Glee and Marion continued their life of service. They joined the Gateway Church of the Nazarene and Glee started a ladies Bible Study which she continued to lead well after her 90th birthday. Glee was a woman of letters and both enjoyed and wrote poetry, she also enjoyed knitting hats, slippers and blankets for family, friends and those in need. She grew up in a loving family and made sure to pass that on to her own children and grandchildren. She will be missed by all who knew her. Glee was preceded in death by her husband Marion, September 18, 1994 and her brother Dwaine Lewis, April 1, 2016. Glee is survived by her son and daughter-in-law Jay and Tammy Rembolt of San Diego, CA; her daughter and son-in-law Maralee and Clint Blain also of San Diego, CA; her grandson Alex and twin granddaughters Caroline and Sarah Rembolt of San Diego, CA; her brother Don (June) Lewis of Bloomington, IN; her sisters L. Leone Sommerfeld of Hastings, NE and Addie (Al) Lybarger of Murrieta, CA; her sister-in-law Evelyn Lewis of Murrieta, CA; her many nieces and nephews, her special ladies in the Bible Study, her church family, and a host of friends. A celebration of Glee's life will be held May 14, 2016 at 11am in the Gateway Church of the Nazarene on Jefferson Street, in the city of Murrietta, CA. The family asks that in lieu of flowers make any remembrance gifts to the Gateway Church of the Nazarene-Glee Rembolt Memorial Fund or a charity of your choice.
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Published in Press-Enterprise on May 5, 2016

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Russo, Dominick "Nick" - Beaumont  
DOMINICK "NICK" RUSSO Age 89, died Friday, April 22, 2016 at Brookdale Assisted Living in Corona following a full and exciting life. He leaves his oldest son Bob and wife Rachele Russo, son John and wife Joanne Russo, daughter Angie and husband Danny Ridenour, son Marty Russo and stepdaughter Lesley Thouvenell. Grandkids include, Asher & Trinity Ridenour, Dominick King, Jacqueline Russo, Serinna and husband Kyle Eason, Brianna and husband Travis Tolibas, Little Bobby Russo (deceased) and Eathan Thouvenell. Born and raised in Staten Island, NY, the son of Carmine and Maria & Angelina Russo and surviving him is his sister Grace Cacozza and brother John A. Russo. After joining the United States Navy at the age of 17, Nick was stationed on a LST ship which served at the Invasion of Normandy (D-Day). This epic battle foreshadowed the end of World War II. In his early years, Nick married Rose Sciacca (deceased) and moved from New York to California and there he started his family. In the early 1970's, he met his second wife Alta Russo (deceased) and he was rooted in Norco for the following 30 years and Beaumont, CA for the most recent 12 years. Nick worked for the L.A. Fire Department as an electrician and after a few years Nick became an entrepreneur in various businesses, he owned gas stations, night clubs and finally settled into real estate sales and real estate development in the early 1970's. Nick sold thousands of homes, most notably the Sky Country Development, Mira Loma for Lou Laramore, and built several hundred new homes including housing tracts and apartments. Nick was a mentor to both of his oldest sons, John and Bob who followed in his footsteps. Nick had a passion for helping people and rarely ever turned down an opportunity to be of assistance to others. Being a "jack of all trades" his phone was always ringing from family and friends, and the conversations would always end with him saying "I'll be right over". An avid sports enthusiast, he loved sports and his heart was captured by West Coast Teams, The Los Angeles Angels and the Los Angeles Rams as he was very excited to see the Rams coming back to LA. For anyone wishing to attend, the Services for Nick are Friday, May 6th starting at 9:00am: Church Service: St. Mel Roman Catholic Church, 4140 Corona Ave, Norco, CA 92860. Burial: Pierce Brothers-Crestlawn Memorial Park and Mortuary , 11500 Arlington Ave, Riverside, CA 92505 | 951-689-1441.
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Published in Press-Enterprise on May 3, 2016

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Haight, Richard Albert - Riverside  
RICHARD ALBERT HAIGHT 1931 - 2016 Richard Albert Haight, P.E., a native of Riverside, California, passed away peacefully April 23, 2016 at the age of 85. His wife Louise, the love of his life for 63+ years, was at his side. Richard is survived by his wife, Louise; two children, Alan Richard Haight of Antelope, CA and Karen Lynn Mack of Sonoma, CA; son-in-law, Steve Mack; 4 grandchildren, Bryan Free, Dana Free, Michael Haight and Amanda Alcantar; 2 step grandchildren Steve and Brandi Mack, and 3 great-grandchildren, Audrey and Ethan Alcantar and Rachel Bles. The Haight clan arrived in the "Center of the Valley of Paradise" in 1890. Alonzo Dewitt Haight, Citrus Grower, Grand Terrace, CA was followed in line by John Haight, Judge and Builder, East Riverside (now Highgrove); Albert John Haight, AIA, Architect and first UC Riverside Campus Architect, Highgrove; Richard Albert Haight, PE, Registered Civil Engineer, Riverside; Alan Richard Haight, Electronic Engineer, Antelope; and Michael Alan Haight, Roseville. As a Riverside Sea Scout, Richard once cruised around Catalina on a converted Navy Buoy Boat with Joseph L. Hunter and Capt. John Fred Fry on board. Mr. Hunter had purchased the boat for the Riverside Sea Scout from the Navy and converted it in Riverside to sleep 9. It was moored in Newport Beach for many years. After attending Poly High, Riverside City College and UC Berkeley, he joined the Navy, married the Love of his Life, Louise became a Civil Engineer and went to work for the California Division of Highways, (CAL TRANS) in 1954. Richard was Project Engineer on Interstate Freeways on Routes 15, 215, 40 and 10 in Riverside and San Bernardino Counties. He retired as a Deputy District Director CAL TRANS District 8 in 1993. Albert John Haight, Richard Albert Haight, and Alan Richard Haight all graduated from Poly High School (1925, 1948, & 1974 respectively) and Riverside City College. Richard, his wife and their family traveled the deserts of the Southwest, rock hounding and enjoying the great outdoors. He and his son Alan also loved jeeping and dune-bugging at Glamis and Dumont with family and friends, during the early years of the sport. He loved their family trips to Telluride, Colorado every summer from 1972 to 1993 (21 years) where they camped and jeeped in the Rockies around Telluride. In later years, Richard and Louise traveled and cruised many places around the world. He was an avid lover of cars, both old and new, loved swimming, and as for hobbies, collected just about everything at one time or another. He enjoyed life and will be greatly missed by all! Services will be held on Friday, May 6, 2016, 10:00 am, at Montecito Memorial Park, Valley View Chapel, 3520 East Washington St., Colton, CA with reception immediately following in the Hospitality Room. Graveside service at Olivewood Memorial Park, 3300 Central Ave., Riverside, CA at 1:00 pm. There will also be a Visitation on Thursday, May 5 from 4 to 8 pm.
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Published in Press-Enterprise from May 1 to May 2, 2016
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