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STEPHENSON, ANITA BEATRICE  
Anita Beatrice Stephenson Born in Bakersfield, CA on Dec. 4, 1938 to Ralph Lloyd and Gertrude (Trudy) Pewitt, went to be with the Lord on May 19, 2015 after complications of cardiac surgery. Her family was by her side praying and singing hymns as she crossed over. She moved to Redlands in 1973 and she served as the principal of Temple Baptist School for over 13 years. She was preceded in death by her parents, son Darin, brother Gerald, and her sister Joan. She is survived by her husband of 57 years Paul Stephenson, brothers Bob (Yvonne), Bill (Jeanene), sister Joy, sons Richard Dale (Mary), Doug (Julie), grandchildren Crystal (Greg), Kelly (Kyle), Samantha, Jason (Denise), Jacob, Melissa (David), Mike (Joy) and 10 great-grandchildren. She loved Jesus Christ with all her heart. Anita enjoyed Dr. Pepper, bowling, ladies bible study and babies. She never met anyone that she didn't want to talk to. She had a twinkle in her eye and a beautiful smile. She will be missed by all. There will be a viewing at Cortner Chapel, Redlands, CA on Fri., May 22 from 5 pm - 9 pm. A Memorial Service on Sat., May 23 at 9 a.m. at Pathway Church in Redlands with a graveside service at Hillcrest Memorial Park in Bakersfield, CA on Sat., May 23 at 3 p.m.
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Published in Redlands Daily Facts on May 22, 2015

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DILL, JANE ROGERS  
JANE ROGERS DILL Nov. 27, 1933 – May 9, 2015 All of her life Jane brought out the best in all of us. Celia Jane Rogers Dill was born November 27, 1933 in Tucson, Arizona to Charles, Dean of Music at University of Arizona and Josephine J. Rogers, a High School English teacher and counselor. The family moved back East where her father worked for Ferguson Tractor Co., a division of Ford Motor Co. and her mother taught at Wayne University, Dearborn, Michigan. Her parents divorced when she was in Junior High School and Jane moved to Beverly Hills, California with her mom and siblings in order for her sister to pursue a film career. In 1951, Jane graduated from Beverly Hills High School and the family moved to Phoenix, Arizona. Jane attended University of Redlands, where she met and married John Dill. After graduating from U of R, Jane and John moved to Palm Springs, California. They had two children, John Montgomery (Monty) Dill and Beatrice Jo (Bea Jo) Dill. Jane and the children temporarily moved to Phoenix, Arizona in 1960 where Jane earned her Master's degree in Psychology from Arizona State University. She and the children returned to Palm Springs, where she began very long and distinguished career in teaching. The family moved to Orange, California in 1966 where Jane enjoyed and excelled at teaching for 30 years at El Modena High School in Orange where she taught various subjects including English, History, Psychology, Economics, and she particularly enjoyed coaching the debate team. She was a demanding and highly skilled teacher who was much appreciated and well loved by students for her ability to apply academic skills and knowledge to everyday life. Jane and John were divorced in 1970. While teaching and raising her family, Jane earned a doctoral degree and various certifications and began interning in as a counselor in the field of marriage, family and children. In 1997, Jane was recognized with the Crystal Apple award for excellence in education from NBC Channel 4 and retired from public school teaching. She moved to Forest Falls, California and continued full time counselling with two offices, one in Redlands and another in Moreno Valley. By the time she retired in 2009 she had 25 years as a marriage, family, and child therapist and co-wrote a book titled "Banishing Night Terrors and Nightmares". Jane enjoyed traveling - Africa, England, Europe, Costa Rica, Russia, Canada, and China were a few of the places she visited with friends and family. She loved music and sang with various choirs. Jane contributed her leadership skills to American Association of University Women (AAUW) as a former Redlands branch president, and worked on various committees and projects, including chairing the "I Am, Therefore I Think" interest group. Jane is survived by her son, Monty, and daughter, Bea Jo, both of Redlands, CA; and her three granddaughters, Monica McCreary, of Washington, D.C; Jessica McCreary of Colorado Springs , CO; and Erica Dill, of San Diego, CA. Services will be held Saturday May 30th at 9:00 am at the Trinity Episcopal Church, on the corner of Fern Ave. and Fourth St., Redlands, CA. Should friends desire, contributions may be sent to the AAUW Redlands Chapter.
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Published in Redlands Daily Facts from May 19 to May 21, 2015

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BELIEW, KATHY LEE  
Kathy Lee Beliew Was born December 15, 1947 in Helena, MT and died May 17, 2015. She spent all her early years in Sheboygan, Wisconsin. She relocated to Southern California in 1984 and married George in 1985. They moved to the Redlands area in 1988, where they lived in San Timoteo Canyon with their chows. Breeding show dogs was a passion of theirs as she demonstrated by producing many top show dogs. Her passion for dogs continued to the next level by becoming an AKC judge. Later in life, her passion led her to Christ The King Lutheran Church where she became an active member. At CTK she found her home and family. Her memorial service will be Monday, May 25, at 11:00 am followed be lunch and a time for rememberance. Kathy's love for people was continually demonstrated in her hospitality, passion for cooking, and love for the church. She leaves a daughter Melissa Ann Mueller, a stepson Jordan Beliew, and George, her husband of 30 years. You may send your condolences to www.emmersonbartlett.com
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Published in Redlands Daily Facts on May 20, 2015
RENDELL-BAKER, ROSEMARY CARR  
Rosemary Carr Rendell-Baker Rosemary Carr Rendell-Baker, nee Hogg, born January 14, 1920 in Scotland died on May 10, 2015 at the age of 95 in her home with family by her side. When she was growing up she lived with her parents and older sister Irene in Scotland and met and later married a captain in the British Army Medical Corps, Dr. Leslie Rendell-Baker. They met at her parents' house when members of his unit, stationed nearby training for the D-Day invasion, were invited to their home for an evening's entertainment around the family piano. They married in Ayr, Scotland on August 17, 1946 when Leslie returned from the war. During the war she was involved in the local war effort, raising funds for CARE packages for servicemen; and volunteering for fire watch – stationed on rooftops scanning the skies for enemy aircraft, bombs and related fires. In 1957 she emigrated to the United States with her two young daughters to be reunited with her husband who became an Associate Professor of Anesthesia at Case Western Reserve Hospital in Cleveland, Ohio. Their third daughter Nelda was subsequently born there in 1958. That was followed by another move in 1962 to Scarsdale, New York where she was an active volunteer in many civic organizations as well as the local chapter of the Daughters of the British Empire. She and her husband moved to Redlands in 1979 where she became an active volunteer at the Redlands Art Association and continued her involvement in the Daughters of the British Empire. Rosemary was best known for her kind heart, joyful spirit, beautiful smile and gift of gab. Mrs. Rendell-Baker's interests and accomplishments included gardening, poetry, and imparting songs from her childhood to the next generation. She had four grandchildren who will fondly remember her for her entertaining songs and poems. Surviving family members include her daughters Sheila, Helen and Nelda, son-in-law Jean Louis and four grandchildren Kathleen, Aleena, Jack and Anna; and her brother Gordon, and many nieces and nephews. They wish to thank Sandy Baker and Schelon Currie-Bowman for their dedicated help making it possible for her to remain in her home as she wished. A funeral will be held Tuesday, May 26th at 11 a.m. at the Hillside Cemetery, 1540 Alessandro Rd, Redlands. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to the Redlands Art Association, 215 E State St, Redlands, CA 92373.
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Published in Redlands Daily Facts on May 20, 2015

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ARNEGARD, LANCE D.  
Lance D. Arnegard Was born on March 3, 1954 in Oklahoma City, OK to Howard Arnegard and Helen (Demoplos) Arnegard. He left his physical body on April 22, 2015 after surgery at Redlands Community Hospital. Survivors include his sister, Valerie (Arnegard) Underwood and her husband, Jeff, of Fairborn, OH; his Aunt Jane (Mrs. Don Arnegard) of Redlands, CA; cousins Mark Arnegard of Flagstaff, AZ and David Arnegard and family of Foster City, CA and all of the family of Bill Lough of San Bernardino including his precious Tasha Zacharko. After completing his schooling in the Putnam City Public Schools of Oklahoma City, he came to Redlands in 1978 to work with his Uncle Don in the Inland Empire Plumbing and Septic System business. The loves of his life were fishing, bowling and his two dogs, Mickey and Minnie. While a long-term resident of Redlands, it was in his later years that he found his "home" in the City of Highland working in the City's Public Works department. He was named the City of Highland Chamber of Commerce Employee of the Year for 2010. A Celebration of Lance's Life was held on May 1, 2015 at his favorite park, Aurentia Park in Highland. Lance would want to be remembered by donations made to any favorite pet or pet rescue charities.
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Published in Redlands Daily Facts on May 17, 2015
BERKELEY, CARY ELIZABETH  
Cary Elizabeth Berkeley Died on Tuesday, April 21, 2015, at Kaiser Medical Center in Fontana, CA. She was 60. Cary was born on December 14, 1954, in Fort Worth, TX, the second of three children born to Carmen and Lt. Col. William "Bill" Berkeley. The Berkeley family, including Cary's late older brother, Bruce Berkeley, and younger sister, Lynn Berkeley, moved to Redlands, CA, in 1968, when Bill became the head of the 63rd Military Airlift Wing at Norton Air Force Base. Cary graduated from Redlands High School in 1973 before attending College of the Redwoods in Eureka, CA. In 1977, Cary moved to Houston, TX, where she lived and worked for 13 years. She returned to Redlands, CA in 1990. In 1991, Cary gave birth to Matthew Switzer, her beloved son, who now lives in Yucaipa, CA. Cary was aunt to Michelle Franke (Meyering), Jeff Schoeny, and Brooke Berkeley. For over 15 years, Cary worked as a surgical department administrative secretary at Arrowhead Regional Medical Center. Cary was a talented and award-winning cook, an avid reader, accomplished seamstress, and an enthusiastic volunteer, notably for the Redlands East Valley Marching Band from 2006-2010. Cary was a beautiful woman, inside and out, with a brilliant, infectious smile. She was smart, loved a good joke, and an open dance floor. She will be deeply missed. A memorial service, organized by Cary's family and friends, will be held at Wildlands Conservancy, Oak Glen Preserve at Los Rios Rancho, 39611 Oak Glen Road, Oak Glen, CA 92399 on May 30, 2015. Guests should arrive at Wildlands Conservancy at 11 AM and follow signs to Oak Knoll Park. The memorial service will begin at 11:30 AM and an outdoor reception with live music will follow.
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Published in Redlands Daily Facts on May 17, 2015
PRY, BETTY  
BETTY PRY 92, passed away peacefully on May 8 , 2015 at her home in Redlands. She was born April 9, 1923 in La Habra and moved to Redlands in 1942. She was a graduate of Redlands University and a much beloved teacher for many years in the Redlands School District. Betty was preceded in death by her husband of nearly 50 years, Walt Pry. She is survived by her daughter, Sister Diana Neumayer of Beaverton, Oregon, daughter Meg Hillman and husband Gerry of Vista, son Jim Pry and wife Lora of Redlands, 7 granchildren, 14 great-grandchildren and many kind neighbors, close friends and avid bridge partners. Betty was a classy lady and an inspiration to us all. She will be dearly missed. At Betty's request, family services will be private. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Sisters of St. Mary of Oregon, 4440 SW 148th Avenue, Beaverton, OR 97078.
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Published in Redlands Daily Facts from May 16 to May 17, 2015
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