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Binder, Harold George  
Harry Binder 6/25/1930-1/10/2015 Harold George Binder was born on June 25, 1930 in Buffalo, New York to John and Edna Binder. He succumbed to a stroke on January 10, 2015. Harry was a veteran of the Korean conflict. Upon his return he met and married Jean Ackarman. They were married 60 years and had four children. Harry (also known as H.G.) joined the Operating Engineers and was a heavy equipment operator. While working on building Interstate 80, he fell in love with the area and moved his family to Gold Run, then Alta/Dutch Flat. He continued to work in the area on freeways, dams and bridges. Most notably he was a crane operator on the Auburn-Foresthill bridge, which at the time was the second tallest bridge in the world. In later years he had his own backhoe business and worked locally. Harry was active in the Dutch Flat Community Club, and a charter member of the Golden Drift Historical Society, serving as President for several years. In recent years he was a member of the Pioneer Union Church and participated in building the addition to the Dutch Flat Methodist Church. Harry is predeceased by his parents, two brothers and his son David. He leaves behind wife Jean, son Doug of Washington, son Daniel and wife Julie of Wyoming, daughter Jeanne and husband Jim Jarrett of Idaho, eight grandchildren, three great- grandchildren, sister Marijon of Illinois, and sister Marion of Washington, along with nieces and nephews. A memorial service will be held on Saturday January 24, 2015 at 10:30 a.m. at the Alta Community Center.
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Published in Gold Country Media Newspapers on Jan. 21, 2015
Carlile, Jeffrey Dewain  
Jeffrey Dewain Carlile 12/2/1963-1/11/2015 Jeffrey Dewain Carlile passed away Sunday, January 11, 2015 in Oklahoma after a lengthy illness. He is survived by his devoted companion Cora Bahling, his loving family, parents Carroll and Marylee Carlile, sister Kim Reyne, nephews Chad, Evan, Dallin and niece Analise Reyne. He is the father of Jeffrey Dewain Carlile II, Monique and Tyler Carlile. He graduated from Lincoln High School in 1981. A memorial service will be held at the Newcastle Cemetery, 850 Taylor Rd. at 10 a.m. on Friday, January 23. There will be a luncheon immediatly following the service at the home of Carroll and Marylee Carlile.
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Published in Gold Country Media Newspapers on Jan. 21, 2015
Entriken, Tiffany  
Tiffany A. Entriken 8/28/1983 - 1/5/2015 Tiffany's scheduled viewing on Wednesday, January 21, 2015 from 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm and Celebration of Life for the following day Thursday, January 22, 2015 at the Lincoln Funeral Home has been postponed until further notice.
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Published in Auburn Journal on Jan. 21, 2015
Frye, Debbie Eileen  
Debbie Eileen Frye 8/19/57-12/27/14 Beloved Mother, Daughter, Sister and Friend Survived by her parents Robert Hampton, Barbara Hampton, her sister Christi Marsh, her brother Bob Hampton, her only child Shelby Munoz and husband Anthony Munoz, grandmother to her three grandchildren who were her world; Anthony, Alexa and Bryson. Debbie had four nieces and a nephew. A long term resident of Lincoln, Calif., but moved to Reno Nevada for the past ten years as a property manager but her calling and passion was making crafts. Debbie enjoyed playing tennis, shopping and gardening in her yard. Debbie was extremely talented and will be forever loved and missed. A celebration of her life will be May 2, 2015. If you would like to attend, please email her daughter at Shelby_munoz@yahoo.com
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Published in Gold Country Media Newspapers on Jan. 22, 2015
Haro, Chris  
Chris Haro 5/7/1928-1/16/2015 He was survived by his three children; Pam Pearson of Auburn, Steve Haro of Colfax, and Keith Haro of Auburn, Calif. Also by four siblings, Al Haro, Trini Richardson, Frank Haro and Richard Haro. Chris had five grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife Jean and daughter Cindy Blohm. Also by his brother Danny Haro and sister Anita Cruz. Chris served as a State Farm Insurance agent for 40 years and was an Auburn resident for 50 years. He enjoyed sculpting in stone and in his earlier years played the harmonica. Chris founded Grace Crusaders Missionary Book Society, serving over 6,000 Christian Missionaries Worldwide. A memorial service will be held at 12 Noon Saturday, January 24, 2015 at Lassila Funeral Home, 551 Grass Valley Hwy, Auburn.
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Published in Gold Country Media Newspapers on Jan. 21, 2015
Heuser, Irene Louise (Garrett)  
Irene Louise (Garrett) Heuser 12/19/1924 - 10/16/2014 In loving memory of our mother, Irene Louise (Garrett) Heuser passed away peacefully October 16, 2014 in Roseville, Calif., at the age of 89. She was born December 19, 1924, in Burlington, Iowa, to Florence and George W. Garrett. Irene was the eldest of four children. She had been married 51 years to Donald W. Heuser until his death in 2008. They were long time residents of Roseville since 1957. Donald had been a widower with three children when he met Irene. She adopted his children and became a loving, devoted and supportive mother who was proud to be called their mom. She loved her family dearly. She was a homemaker always volunteering for numerous groups and variety of activities throughout the years. She was active in Parent Teacher's Association, AFS, Jobs Daughters, Sunday school and church groups. She was past member of Bethel Lutheran Church of Roseville and Resurrection Lutheran Church of Granite Bay. Irene and Don loved driving adventures, fishing, camping and traveling to the areas where their oldest son was stationed throughout his military career and to their youngest son family's residents throughout the U.S. She was an avid reader, learner and lover of nature and God's creatures. Still she was sharp as ever, she loved being on her computer learning and playing her favorite games. Irene is survived by her children: Gary Heuser, Nanette Jones (Stephen) Les Heuser (Karen), grandchildren: Jennifer, Tara, Katie, Jana, Joel, Lindsey. Great -grandchildren: Guinevere, Everett, Molly, Emily and Devin, also survived by niece Gail and nephew Mark and cousins. Her favorite charities were Shiner's Children's Hospital, Disabled Veterans, Salvation Army and Billy Graham organization. A private family service was held at Roseville Public cemetery.
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Published in Gold Country Media Newspapers on Jan. 23, 2015
Hudson-Ball, Mary Louise  
Mary Louise Hudson-Ball 8/25/1942 - 1/18/2015 Mary Louise Hudson-Ball was born August 25, 1942 to the late Albert Hudson and Sarah Luevertia Boddie-Green in Canton, Miss., the youngest of six children. On the morning of January 18, 2015, Mary peacefully passed away at Kaiser Permanente Hospital in Roseville, Calif., as a result of a sudden and unexpected health issue sustained January 6, 2015 while at home with her husband. Mary was 72 years old. Mary is preceded in death by her parents, two brothers, T.L. and Howard Green, two sisters, Minnie Lou-Green Richardson and Velma Lee Green-Miller. Mary is survived by her dearly beloved husband of 48 years, Donell Ball of Auburn, Calif., her dearest daughter Donetha Louise Ball of Sacramento, Calif., her adored son Fitzgerald Andre Ball of Sacramento, Calif., one cherished granddaughter Skye Bradyn Ball of Sacramento, Calif., and one treasured brother J.C. Green of Waterloo, Iowa. She is also survived by a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Mary worked many years as a civil servant at McClellan Air Force Base, County of Sacramento Department of Welfare and the State of California in the Department of Social Services and the Employment Development Department from where she ultimately retired. While working, Mary obtained a BA in Business of Administration from the University of San Francisco. Mary was very active in volunteer work within the communities of both Sacramento and Auburn, and she engaged in various entrepreneurial and community interests. She also served as Vice President and Development Director of Sacramento Community Radio (now Capital Public Radio), served as Vice Chairperson with the Sacramento Urban League, served as a member of the Auburn Merchants Association and she also served as an Executive Board member of the Auburn Boys and Girls Club. All while working and volunteering; Mary also raised her active and rambunctious kids and husband (smile), corralled and mended many pets, acted as proxy mom for other kids and adopted family members and maintained an active social life with a bountiful array of friends and family. Mary also had a wide variety of hobbies, some of which included; traveling, fashion, organic gardening, being a much sought after great cook, she was also known for steppin' on toes and hurtin' feelings during cut-throat card games of "Uno" and spades. She was an optimist who looked at life's occasional stresses as a chance to grow. She was an incredibly strong lady, a true "Boddie Girl". She was adored by all who crossed her path and won't be forgotten for her unconditional love, support, advice and easy laugh and smile. A heartfelt "Thank You" goes to the medical and nursing staff at Roseville Kaiser Intensive Care Unit, who tenderly, patiently and genuinely cared for and treated our mother with the utmost love and respect during her last days here on earth. Thank you for loving our mother. Flowers are welcome, and should family and friends desire, contributions may be made online to: The Boys and Girls Club of Greater Sacramento: https://bgcsac.webconnex.com/donate in Memory of Mary Hudson-Ball and send acknowledgements to maryballmemorial@hotmail.com or PO Box 7523 Auburn, CA. 95604-7523, or contact the office directly and indicate that you would like to make a gift in memory of Mary Hudson-Ball: 5212 Lemon Hill Ave. Sacramento, CA. 95824 Tel: 916-392-1350. A visitation viewing will be held on Sunday, January 25, 2015 form 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm at the Thompson Rose Chapel 3601 5th Ave. Sacramento, Ca. 95817. A home going celebration for Mary will be held on Monday, January 26, 2015 at 11:00 am at Williams Memorial Church of God in Christ 4465 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd Sacramento CA 95820.
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Published in Gold Country Media Newspapers on Jan. 23, 2015
Hurst, William Randall "Bill"  
William "Bill" Randall Hurst 8/26/1957 - 1/18/2015 William "Bill" Randall Hurst of Auburn, 57, passed away on January 18, 2015. He was born August 26, 1957 in Pittsburgh, Calif., to Bill and Sharlene Hurst. Bill and his wife Pauline had been married 30 years. Bill was a carpenter by trade. He was always tinkering with something and he enjoyed working with his hands. He was also a master at darts. 'Bird Man' Bill loved animals of all sorts; he had dogs, cats, birds and many others over the years. He had a contagious smile and a laugh that no one will forget. Bill was a kind man with a big heart that would do anything for anyone. Bill is survived by his wife Pauline, his father and step mother Bill and Cyndi Hurst, his children Bianca, Melany and Mitchell, his step children Alex and Jennifer, his sisters Kim and Julie, his grandchildren; Kadence, Yul, Hannah, Hailey, Ashlyn, Kyle, Nathan and Daniela, his niece Jen, his nephews Sean, Josh and Lance, and his many loving friends. A celebration of his life will be held Sunday, January 25 at 1:00 p.m. at Auburn Recreation Park.
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Published in Gold Country Media Newspapers on Jan. 23, 2015
Lechman, Ruth E.  
Ruth E. Lechman 9/11/1918-1/15/2015 Ruth Lechman was born on September 11, 1918 in Big Springs, Nebraska. She passed away on January 15, 2015 at the age of 96. She was preceded in death by her husband, Frank G. Lechman in 1954. Together, they had three children; Gary and Peggy Lechman, and Carolyn Stigar. She had eight grandchildren, six great-grandchildren, and one great-great grandson. A memorial celebration has been planned for 11 a.m. on Friday, January 30, 2015 at Chapel of the Valley, 97 Vernon St., Roseville. Her burial will follow at Roseville Cemetery on Berry St. Memorial contributions may be made to Kaiser Hospice.
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Published in Gold Country Media Newspapers on Jan. 20, 2015
Needham, Rebecca  
Rebecca Needham 1/14/1965 - 1/8/2015 Rebecca struggled with a disabling illness for several months and finally succumbed to her illness January 8, 2015. Rebecca is preceded in death by her son, Tommy Reese, Jr., her father Von Needham and nephew, Sean Needham. She is survived by her mother Eleanor Needham and her brothers, Ron (Tracy) Needham, Patrick Needham, Rick (Laura) Needham and six nephews, three nieces, two great-nieces and one great-nephew and Tommy's dad, Tom Reese, Sr., from Alabama. Rebecca graduated from Colfax High School in 1983. After working at several different places over the years she went back to school and received her Pharmacy Tech License. When Pharmacy work was slow she worked doing care for the elderly and enjoyed that very much. She later went back to school and received her AS Degree in the medical field, and started employment in a Medical office. She made friends each place she worked and was well respected in her field. She always had a positive attitude and always encouraged others to strive for the same. A Celebration of Life will be Saturday, January 31, 2015,at 3:00 pm at Parkside Nazarene Church, 3885 Richardson Dr. Auburn, CA. 95602. Followed by a reception at Dingus McGee's 14500 Musso Rd. Auburn, CA. 95603.
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Published in Gold Country Media Newspapers on Jan. 23, 2015
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