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BARDELLA, Gianfranco Teodoro  
BARDELLA, Gianfranco Teodoro Passed away Sunday, March 13, 2016 at the age of 79. Frank was married to Barbara for 58 years and over the course of that time they had three children; Liz, Matt and Vanessa, five grandchildren; Ashley, Brittany, Andie, Lexi and Travis, and three great-grandchildren; Maysin, Lane and Nick. Anyone who knew him understands the amount of pride he took in the work he did - whether it be his family-run tax preparation business, his bonsai trees, or his time spent with the Rotary Club. Frank will be missed by his family and the community alike. The family will be holding a memorial celebration at St. Sebastian Church in Sebastopol on May 7th at 12:00 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations are preferred to Redwood Empire Bonsai Society, Rotary Club of Sebastopol Sunrise, or the Bonsai Garden at Lake Merritt.
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BURTON, Beverly "Bev"  
BURTON, Beverly "Bev" Passed at Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital on April 8, 2016. She was born a fourth generation San Franciscan on August 22, 1934. Bev and her sister, Joan Wion, moved to Sonoma County with their parents in their pre-teen years. Living on a small ranch, she developed a love for animal husbandry. In her adult life, she became a surgical nurse for a local Santa Rosa veterinarian. Bev married John Burton and they became Bodega Bay commercial fishers. She ran the business side, and also found time to be involved in West County issues and politics. She was a State Legislature's choice for woman of the year and was honored at the Capitol in Sacramento for her community involvement. Bev and her band of friends and activists, including the Midnight Raiders (you know who you are) were a powerful influence on many West County issues, such as "Save the Beaches". Bev and John were also very involved in the Sonoma County Reef Runners, a skin diving club, and became close friends for life with this group. Bev is survived by her husband, John Burton; sister, Joan Wion; sons and daughters, Dave Smith, Terry Lee Golding, Joanna Burton and Joseph Burton; plus grandson, Rick Smith, and his daughters, Mia and Sienna. Bev would want to acknowledge the friendship and help of daughters-in-law, Susan Smith and Debbie Burton, and sends love to Officer Todd Labadie from his friend, Ma Barker. Private interment at Calvary Catholic Cemetery, Bodega, CA.
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CHRISTY, Ramona Baum "Ronnie"  
CHRISTY, Ramona Baum "Ronnie" Ronnie Christy, born Nessa Ramona Baum on November 15, 1928, left this earthly realm on February 27, 2016, succumbing to natural causes and surrounded by family and friends who loved her very much. She loved her time in Oakmont, playing golf with friends and family. Ronnie is survived by her two daughters, Nancy Wood Shaw (Randy Kephart), and Stephanie, Wood (Robert Haskett). She is also survived by four grandchildren, seven great-grandchildren, several nieces and nephews, and her eldest sister, Ruth Baum Fischer, and many cousins. We all love and miss Ronnie/Mom/Gram/GG so much. There will be a Celebration of Life for Ronnie (Ramona) Christy on Sunday, June 26, 2016 at the Quail Inn at the Oakmont Golf Club between 4:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. All family and friends are invited to attend.
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DE LOPE', Harry  
DE LOPE', Harry Harry passed away peacefully at home, with his wife Dorothy "Bunny" at his side, on April 15, 2016. A native son of Denmark, Harry immigrated to the United States in 1948, and became a citizen in 1952. Harry served in United States Air Force during the Korean War as a drill instructor. He eventually settled in Santa Rosa in the 60s. Harry and Bunny moved to Kelseyville in 1995. As a community service activist, wherever Harry lived he was involved in his community and its projects, he also was an active member of the Lions Club and United States Coast Guard Auxiliary, Flotilla 8-8 of Lake County. Harry is survived by his wife, Bunny, sons Steve and Rick De Lope', daughter Cindy Higgins, five grandchildren, three great-grandchildren, and his extended family in Denmark. A Memorial Service will be held at the Mountain Lions Clubhouse on May 1st at 1:00 p.m. in Cobb, CA. For more information please call 707-349-3202. Donations in Harry's name may be sent to Mountain Lions, PO BOX 701, Cobb, CA 95426. Arrangements entrusted to: Jones Mortuary FD311, Lakeport, CA www.jonesmortuary.com
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Dei, Jim (In Memoriam)  
In Loving Memory Jim Dei August 4, 1937 - April 29, 2008 Dear Jim, Your love of family, friends and strong work ethics continue to guide us. You are always in our hearts and minds. "Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal." Now you have both your Dad and Mom to keep you company until we see you again. We love you and miss you every day. Louise, kids and grandkids
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DUECK, Kenneth Mervin  
DUECK, Kenneth (Ken) Mervin Ken was born in Davidson, Saskatchewan, Canada on July 4, 1943 and passed April 20, 2016 at Kaiser Hospital. He worked for Lithocraft in Santa Rosa, CA 1982 - 2011. He is preceded in death by his father and mother, Henry and Lydia Dueck, and sister, Glennys Ernewein. He is survived by his wife, Marjorie; four children, Carrie, Kenny, Heather, and Connie; sister, Debbie Rogers; 13 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. We welcome those who knew him to join us in celebrating his life. Ken will always be remembered for his witty jokes, great hugs, humorous nicknames, love of music, wonderful singing voice and guitar playing. A memorial service will be held for Kenneth (Ken) Mervin Dueck this Saturday, April 30, 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. at his son, Kenneth Dueck, Jr.'s, home, 1974 Barndance Lane, Santa Rosa. The family welcomes friends of Ken to join by contacting wife, Marge Dueck, at margiedue@aol.com . The angels are lighting God's little candles. Softly they glow as the day says goodbye.
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Herring, Edgar J. (In Memoriam)  
In Memory Of Edgar J. Herring August 20, 1920 - April 28, 2006 Ten years after, we're busy with grandchildren in middle school and high school. And kids busy with words, wines, audits, sports and animals. Your first grandchild, Kathryn, is engaged to be married in September. In June, your 4th grandchild, Daniel, is graduating from high school. Your 5th grandchild, Sara, is graduating from middle school. We miss you every day and forever we love you, Billie, Janet, Jim and Adam; Pat, Helen, Kathryn, Megan, Daniel; Nancy, Bill, Sara and Ryan
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Jennings, Odes Owen (In Memoriam)  
Remembering Odie Odes Owen Jennings April 28, 1920 - June 5, 2014 Someone hard to forget, you were not boisterous yet you had humor and wit. Your sudden comments made people laugh. Oliver and Hardy movies made you double up with laughter. Theirs was the kind of humor you liked. Retiring as a State Farm agent in Santa Rosa you missed seeing and talking to people. Joining the Sebastopol SIRS and going to the annual November 11th Marine Corp. Luncheons filled that void. Working on backyard projects made you feel good and happy. You sang many hymns while working. For many years you sang in our church choir. Your shark skin boots and Stetson hat look so lonely without you. You bought your first pair of cowboy boots in Amarillo, Texas, this made you so happy. You had been discharged from World War II, December 1945, on Route 66 we were on our way to see your family in Illinois in our 1938 Buick, listening to Ernie Ford on the car radio, so much snow all the way. Early into Arizona, high on a mountain road, you said, "Here we go" as our car slid off the highway down the mountainside. We sat and waited for a truck to come pull us out. I miss seeing you hanging our flag every morning, then stepping back to salute it. A proud Marine, you honored our flag, it was what you and others fought for. Before we met, you had been at Guadalcanal. Now at Okinawa, something important happened, we were finally at liberty to know where our boys were. In my letters I could tell my four brothers (all in the service) where you were. One day, you were working around your planes on Yontan Airfield, a Marine Sergeant walked up asking, "are you Odes Jennings?" and "Did you marry a girl from Burbank named Dorothy Smith?" You bristled, until he said "I'm her brothe,r George." I can only imagine what you both must have felt, but you bonded and now you could share me as a wife and as a sister, bringing memories of "home" to you both. When five enemy suicide planes crash landed on your airfield, with concern, George came up again to see if you were safe. One day you had a chance to venture southward to see George at Shuri Castle, quite an experience for you with what you saw. Charlie, my oldest brother, found you, too. You had met him once before, when he had gone down from San Francisco to Burbank, to "give me away in marriage", to you Odie. Now, his ship was there he ventured out to find you going to a few other airfields, and now asking "is there a Jennings around here?" Also, our brother-in-law on his aircraft carrier was docked nearby. Your fellow Marines wondered, "How many more brothers do you have out here, Jennings?" Semper Fi Odie Your family loves and misses you. Dorty, Bruce, Sally, Rhoni, Charlie, Matthew/Jennifer, Melanie, Chad/Jamie/Samantha/Brooks and Andrew/Lee and eight great-great-grandchildren
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Little, Darrell George (In Memoriam)  
In Loving Memory Darrell George Little April 28, 1956 - September 11, 2015 (Formerly of Santa Rosa, California) Happy 60th Birthday, Dad! We love and miss you very much. Love, Shannon and Family
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LOMAS, Elvira (Elvia)  
LOMAS, Elvira (Elvia) The world has lost a beautiful prayer warrior. Elvira (Elvia) Lomas was called home by the Lord on April 7, 2016. If Elvia knew you, Elvia prayed for you! The Lord was Elvia's constant companion and counselor throughout her life. Elvia joins her husband and the love of her life, the late Joe Lomas, Sr. She is also preceded in death by her beloved grandmother, Julia Morales Cantu, who raised her from the age of nine. Elvia is also reunited with parents, Carlos and Maria Isabel; and siblings, Carlos, Noe, Jose, Andreas Gutierrez, Mary Padilla and Edelmira Sotelo. Elvia is survived by her sister, Olga Anderson; children, Jose Lomas, Jr., Julia and Simon Portales, Elizabeth and Ward Mintonye; and her precious grandchildren, Krystle, Anthony, Michael, Iris, Miranda, Simone, Gabriel and Alex. In addition, Elvia leaves behind many cherished nieces, nephews, cousins, in-laws and friends. Memorial services will be held on Saturday May 7, 2016 at 11:00 a.m. at Hessel Church in Sebastopol. In lieu of flowers, donations to Hessel Church would be appreciated.
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