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Davis, Frank A.  
Frank A. Davis 91 of Lakewood, Ca formerly of Redlands for 45 years, passed away August 6, 2015. Beloved father of Rex Davis of Aurora, Colorado and Victoria (Larry) Martinez of Lakewood, California. Also survived by grandchildren; Natalie Brown and Matthew Martinez. Frank worked for Santa Fe Railroad and taught school in San Bernardino. He was married to Gwendolyn for 56 years until her passing. He was a long time member of the Saint Germain Foundation "I AM" Activity since he was 17 years of age. Memorial services will be held August 30, 2015 in Redlands.
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Published in Redlands Daily Facts on Aug. 28, 2015
Hatch, Charlotte Rose (Barbee)  
Charlotte Rose Hatch (Barbee) 1937-2015 Peacefully passed away in her sleep on August 8th, 2015 from COPD. She was preceded in death by her parents, Rex and Roselyn Barbee as well as her brothers Harold and Arnold. She was born in Oceanside, grew up in Mentone, California and attended both Mentone Elementary School and Redlands High. She married Gordon Hatch, now deceased, and raised two daughters, Kathleen Johnson and Paula Hemeon. Charlotte is survived by Paula and Kathleen, her brother Rex Barbee, Rex's wife Loretta, as well as her five grandchildren - Henry, Kurt, Katie, Timothy, and William (Bill). Although Charlotte had many jobs over the years her true calling emerged when she worked for JC Penney in the 1980's. Her personable nature and classy dressing style led her to become a top sales associate. Her customers valued her keen eye for fashion and they loved coming to her for advice on outfit coordination. She was known for being a personal clothing stylist before it became a popular career. Up until her illness, Charlotte took a special interest in the local Riverside Alano Club, where she regularly attended meetings and events. She actively supported, encouraged, and advised other members. She had many, many friends in the group and was well-liked and respected by all. She will be missed by her many friends and family. Rest In Peace, Charlotte.
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Published in Redlands Daily Facts on Aug. 30, 2015
MEEK, GORDON L.  
Gordon L. Meek 1931 - 2015 Gordon Meek passed away on August 15, 2015 after a battle with heart disease. He was born on October 10, 1931 to Lewis and Thelma Meek in Los Angeles, California. One week after earning his degree from UCLA with a major in Business Administration and a minor in Production Management, he married his wife of 61 years, Marcie. Gordon also served for two years in the US Army in Anchorage, Alaska. A lifelong resident of Southern California, Gordon worked for two small companies for nine years and then for Avery Dennison where he served for 35 years until his retirement. His work included being Manager of the Manufacturing Systems and Reporting department as well as in Finances. He traveled over one million miles in the U.S., Canada, Europe, South Africa and South America. His pastimes included being an Eagle Scout, playing tennis, company golf tournaments and bowling leagues where he won many trophies. He was an avid fan of the UCLA Bruins and the L.A. Dodgers. He also liked to tell about his father practicing for minor league baseball on Catalina Island. He and his wife Marcie loved to travel throughout the U.S. and Hawaii and many countries throughout the world as well as on cruises. When not traveling, Gordon volunteered for the Special Olympics and the Mustard Seed Tutorial Center here in Redlands. He was also a longtime member of The First Baptist Church of Redlands where he served as a volunteer and sang in the church choir. In addition to his wife Marcie, he is survived by his daughter Karen (Kevin) Trawinski of Kingman, AZ, and his four grandchildren; Gilbert Ortiz, Amber Morse, Jenny Pennington and Paul Trawinski. He is also survived by four great-grandchildren; Hailey, Devon, Noelle and Landon and niece Kathy Martinez. Gordon was preceded in death by his parents and sisters, Alice Griffith and Dannette Warren. A Memorial Service will be held at The First Baptist Church of Redlands on Saturday, August 29 at 1:00 P.M. Donations in memory of Gordon can be made to The First Baptist Church of Redlands, 51 W. Olive Ave., Redlands, CA 92373 or the American Heart Association, 1700 Iowa Ave # 240, Riverside, CA 92507.
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Published in Redlands Daily Facts on Aug. 28, 2015
MOORE, DOROTHY PEARL  
Dorothy Pearl Moore 97, passed away on August 7, 2015. She was born on January 22, 1918 in Missouri. She has resided in Redlands, CA for the past 69 years. She was a wonderful homemaker that loved caring for her children and grandchildren. She is preceded in death by her loving husband Lloyd Moore. She is survived by her children, Carolyn Wright (Ray), Robert Moore, and Johnny Moore (Carol). Siblings, Blanche English and Norma Jean Bokis and many nieces & nephews. She will be extremely missed by her family and her niece & best friend Lola Rhine. She also, leaves behind her 8 grandchildren & 15 great- grandchildren. The family will have a Memorial Service on September 5, 2015 at 10:00 am at Church on the Hill, 1445 Ford St., Redlands, CA 92373. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorial contributions to Church on the Hill.
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Published in Redlands Daily Facts on Aug. 30, 2015
Stevning, Dean  
April 09, 1945 ~ August 20, 2015 A memorial service was held on Sunday, August 22 at Dean Stevning's Redlands home in honor of his passing on Thursday, August 20th. A long-time Redlands resident, Lyman Dean Stevning's inland Empire roots go far into the beginning of the Southern California citrus industry. Born to Colonel Donald Archibald Stevning (ret.) and Charlotte Brown Stevning on April 9, 1945, Dean spent his formative years growing up in Redlands with his close sister Ann Branstetter. He graduated from Redlands High School in 1963. Dean first attended the University of Southern California, where he was a member of Sigma Chi fraternity, and then graduated from Cal Poly Pomona in 1968 with a degree in business. In the early eighties, Dean and his sister, Ann Branstetter, became co-owners of the family business, the L.V.W. Brown Estate, in Highgrove, CA, which was a an operation consisting of a citrus packing house and acreage of various citrus trees. From his first marriage to Heather McCririe, he is survived by his children Allison Stevning, Cameron Stevning, and Jennifer Baio. From his second marriage to Heather Marsh, he is survived by Heather, their daughter Melissa, and his step children Casey Goodson, Amanda Dekker, and Alyssa Dahlberg. Not only was Dean a loving and devoted father, he was grandfather to Chloe Villanueva, Carmen Stevning, Alasdair Stevning, and Mira Stevning and step-grandchildren Aiden, Ashton, Layla, and Lucy Dekker, and Grace Dahlberg. Family and friends will remember Dean's fight for life, his incredible sense of humor, and unconditional love and support. Contributions in Dean's memory may be made to Option House, Inc. (PO Box 970, San Bernardino, CA 92402) or to any other charity. In memory of Dean Stevning
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Published in Redlands Daily Facts on Aug. 30, 2015
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