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Baker, Larry Dwayne  
Larry Dwayne Baker 10/8/1960 - 12/10/2014 Larry Dwayne Baker of Foresthill, Calif., passed away on December 10, 2014 at his home in Foresthill. He was 54 years old. Larry was born October 8, 1960 in Hayward, Calif. He was a very loving and devoted husband, father and grandfather, who enjoyed spending time with family and friends. Larry also enjoyed the outdoors hunting and camping very much. Colorado always held a special place in his heart; it is where he hoped to retire. Larry lived and worked in the Auburn and Roseville area for the past ten years, working as a HazMat tanker driver. He is preceded in death by his mother, Cecelia Baker of Staples, Minn., and his father Harold Baker of Bryon, Ohio. Larry is survived by his wife Christina Baker of Foresthill, Calif., daughter Stefanie (Brian) Campos of Big Bear, Calif., a son William (Sonja) Burgess of Boise, Idaho, two brothers, Dennis Baker of Roseville, Calif., and Michael Baker of Denver, Colo., sister Linda Wismer of Princeton, N.J., and seven grandchildren. A memorial service will be held at Adventure Christian Church "the church on the hill", Stanford Ranch Rd, Roseville, Calif., Thursday, December 18, 2014 at 4:00 pm. In Lieu of flowers, please consider the needs of the family. Arrangements are under the direction of Chapel of the Valley Funeral Home (916)797-1448.
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Published in Gold Country Media Newspapers on Dec. 17, 2014
Bonner, Marguerite Lee "Peggy"  
Marguerite Lee "Peggy" Bonner, a well-known Placer County teacher, died on December 7, 2014, in Roseville. Peggy was born in Sacramento, Calif., on October 8, 1928, to John and Gladys (McNeilly) Warner. She was a graduate of Placer High School, Placer Junior College, and Sacramento State College. In 1975, she received her Master's Degree as a Reading Specialist. She taught Kindergarten through the Community College level for 31 years, with 25 of those years as a teacher in the Roseville City School District. She was a member of Alpha Delta Kappa and the California Retired Teachers Association. She was preceded in death by Robert King Bonner, her husband of 43 years and her grandson, Robert Sean Bonner. She is survived by her six children; Elizabeth Flint-Montero (Fred) of Penryn, Robert Treston (Christine) of Dutch Flat, Edward Neil (Jeanne) of Loomis, Beatrice Bonner (Topper Cree) of Rocklin, Mary Michelutti (Jim Loeb) of Bellingham, WA, and Joseph Todd (Peggi) of Loomis. Peggy is also survived by eleven grandchildren, four great grandchildren, and four great-great grandchildren. She is also survived by her niece, Linda Lee Chamberlain and nephews, Gib Bonner, Stephen Thomson, and Joseph Warner. A Memorial Mass will be held on Friday, December 19, 2014, at 10 a.m., at Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church, 4450 Granite Drive, Rocklin, Calif. A Committal Service will follow at the Newcastle Cemetery. The family requests that any remembrances be made to the Robert Bonner Memorial Scholarship Fund, c/o Paul's Place Association, P.O. Box 1167, Loomis, CA 95650. Funeral arrangements were made by Chapel of the Valley, Roseville, Calif.
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Published in Gold Country Media Newspapers from Dec. 16 to Dec. 17, 2014
Consulo, Daren Benjamin  
Daren Benjamin Consulo 9/6/1963-12/10/2014 Daren Benjamin Consulo passed away suddenly on December 10, 2014. He was born in Sacramento on September 6, 1963, to Nat and Lawanda Consulo, both deceased. He is survived by his only child, John Francisco (Frank) Consulo, Frank's mother, Amber Bonawitz Consulo, his siblings, Sharon Webb (Noel), Daryl (Tammy) and Dave (Andra), and seven nieces and nephews; Jessica, Alexandra, Nick, Natalee, Benjamin, Brandon and Jase. He leaves behind many dear friends and extended family. Daren graduated from Roseville High School and worked for the City of Roseville, and later, for the City of Folsom as a Recycling Specialist. He was a devoted and loving father to Frank and mentored his son's musical skills from a very early age. Together they performed frequently at a variety of venues as well as with their respective bands, primarily The Thurstin Owlz, The Aberzombie's and Curing Adam. Daren was an accomplished musician in his own right, but his greatest joy was to support Frank's youth bands and to make that music possible. Daren was especially proud of Frank's academic achievements and looked forward to college for his 16 year-old son. In Daren's memory, a college fund has been set up to help support his son's educational aspirations, Daren Consulo Memorial Fund c/o US Bank /Online donations@usbank.com. A Memorial Mass will be held Monday, December 22, 2014 at 11 a.m., beginning with a Rosary at St. Rose Catholic Church, 615 Vine Avenue, Roseville, followed by graveside blessing at the Roseville District Cemetery on Berry Street, Roseville. Afterward please join us in a celebration of Daren's life in Old Roseville at the Moose Lodge, 506 Lincoln Street. Please share love and memories on Daren's guestbook at www.cochranewagemann.com
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Published in Gold Country Media Newspapers on Dec. 19, 2014
Cunningham, Ann Bruck  
Ann Bruck Cunningham 1/10/1924 - 11/26/2014 Ann Bruck Cunningham passed away November 26, 2014 in Reno, Nev., Ann was born in San Francisco on January 10, 1924, to parents, Edwin Louis Bruck, M.D. and Marian Kergan Bruck. Ann was a 6th generation Californian and descendant of pre-gold-rush pioneers. She attended Miss Burke's School in San Francisco and graduated in 1944 from U.C. Berkeley, where she was an Alpha Phi. She was preceded in death by her parents, her daughter, Jane Kergan, and her three husbands: William Simpson, Charles E. Moore and George C. Cunningham. She is succeeded by her daughter Elizabeth Simpson of Ossining, New York, her sons Edwin Bruck Moore (Rose) of Broomfield, Colo., and Richard Whittaker Moore (Lorraine) of Reno, Nev. She is also succeeded by her brother, E. Kergan Bruck (Jeanne) of Tucson and her sister, Meredith Bruck of Newcastle, five grandchildren and two great grandchildren as well devoted friends David Fenolio, Patricia Bruck and Suzanne Scholk. An avid reader and sharer of books, Jeopardy aficionado, and lifetime bridge player, Ann made many friends in her visits to the Auburn area and we will miss her warm wit and wisdom.
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Published in Gold Country Media Newspapers on Dec. 12, 2014
Furlong, Patricia C.  
Patricia C. Furlong 2014 A city girl gone country, passed away on Monday, December 8, 2014. Patricia C. Furlong married Richard Furlong, succumbed after 68 years and four months of marriage on December 8, 2014. Born and married in San Francisco, Calif., Pat moved to Auburn, Calif., with Richard in August of 1953, after he had accepted a teaching position at Placer High School. She was a secretary at Placer High School. for over 20 years. Pat had recently fallen and fractured her hip after being diagnosed with Alzheimer's Disease, she passed away on December 8, 2014, while a patient at Sienna Care home in Auburn, Calif. In addition to her husband, Pat is survived by three sons; Dan of Tampa, Fla., where he is a successful businessman; Denis a retired Los Angeles (Fairfax High School) teacher where he taught math also for 34 years; Doug a math teacher on Molokai, Hawaii (currently 32 years). In their lifetime the Furlongs have enjoyed traveling, camping and numerous other activities. In their travels they visited all 50 states and all of the Provinces of Canada. They also visited relatives in Washington State, Minnesota, Pennsylvania and Florida. Services for Pat are Friday, December 19, 2014 at Chapel of the Hills, Auburn, Calif. A viewing will be Friday, at 10:00 am, and services will follow at 11:00 am. Olease sign the online guestbook at chapelofthehills-auburn
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Published in Gold Country Media Newspapers on Dec. 17, 2014
Godsey, Jack Barry  
Jack Barry Godsey 2014 Jack Barry Godsey, passed away on December 7, 2014 after fighting pneumonia. He was born in Nashville, Tn. Jack served in the Air Force 1965 to 1973, where he met the love of his life. He was a loving husband and father and will be missed every day. He is survived by his wife Geri Godsey and their children Adrein Tarpley, Kevin Godsey and Tim Godsey along with six grandchildren. The family plans to have a celebration of life at a later date.
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Published in Gold Country Media Newspapers on Dec. 14, 2014
Goode, Barbara A.  
Barbara A. Goode 9/22/1937 - 12/4/2014 Barbara A. Goode was born September 22, 1937 in Berkeley, Calif., to Thelma and Frank Loynd. She passed away December 4, 2014 in Auburn, Calif. Barbara graduated from Berkeley High School in 1955 and attended San Jose State College. In 1958, she married Donald R. Goode. Barbara was employed by Hallikainen Instruments, and then was licensed as a real estate broker. Survived by husband Donald of Colfax; son Gregory A. of Nevada City, and granddaughters Jessica Prince, Erica Goode and Briana Goode. Barbara was preceded in death by her parents and her brother Robert Loynd. Services were held Wednesday, December 10, 2014 with burial at Oakmont Memorial Park, Lafayette, Calif.
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Published in Gold Country Media Newspapers on Dec. 12, 2014
Hall, Benjamin Franklin (Ben)  
Benjamin (Ben) Franklin Hall 2/3/1933 - 12/1/2014 Ben passed away December 1, 2014 surrounded by family. Born February 3, 1933, in Clovis, N. M. A longtime Roseville resident, he leaves behind children Michele Hultman, Cindi (David) Fuller, Lynné (Mike) Stiles, Brent (Jocelyn) Hall, grandchildren Justin, Kristel, Joshua, Jordan, Maxx and Marley; siblings JoAnne Stallings, Shirley Dean, and Roy (Beverly) Hall along with many nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by his wife of 59 years Rosela Hall, grandson Kevin Fuller, siblings Eva McGuire, Gene and Ken Hall. Ben served in the U.S. Air Force as an Airman 1st Class from 1952-1956. An avid hunter and golfer over the years, he was also a member of the Roseville Junior Chamber of Commerce and Roseville Bobby Sox Organization. He was a loyal SF Giants and 49er fan. Rosary to be held Sunday, December 14, 2014 at 6:30 pm, St. Rose Church, 615 Vine Street, Roseville, Calif. Funeral Mass to be held Monday, December 15, 2014 at 10:00 am, St. Rose Church, same location. Interment Lincoln Cemetery. Thank you to the nurses and CNA's at Lincoln Meadows and to Barbara Turner for their great care, love and support.
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Published in Gold Country Media Newspapers on Dec. 12, 2014
Kaiser, Ruth I.  
Ruth I. Kaiser 5/19/1920 - 2/7/2014 Health Planning Activist, Church Administrator, Artist Ruth I. Kaiser passed away in her sleep on December 7, 2014 at the age of 94. Her husband, Robert M. Kaiser, predeceased her in 1995. Ruth is survived by her brother Jack Harter and wife Emily of Berne, Ore.; four nieces Kay (Lou) Pacheco of Roseville, Nancy (Clancy) Ash of Susanville, Mary Mitchell Gill of San Ramon, and Kathy Oaks of Washington. She also leaves the devoted friendship of Mel Barror and his family. She was born in Pennyton, Ill., on May 19, 1920. Mrs. Kaiser's family moved to Grants Pass, Ore., when she was a year old. Her mother later moved to Modesto, Calif., where Mrs. Kaiser graduated from high school and community college. She then attended UC Berkeley and graduated in 1943 with a B.A. in Letters and Science. It was during her years at Berkeley that Mrs. Kaiser converted to Catholicism and adopted the baptismal name, Clare a predication of her later work. Her first employment after college was with the USO in Bremerton, Wash., where she met and married her late husband, Robert M. Kaiser. The couple moved to San Jose where Mr. Kaiser opened a law practice and Mrs. Kaiser completed an M.A. in Sociology at San Jose State University. Mrs. Kaiser was a veteran in health-care planning in Santa Clara County for 30 years. She began her years of public service in 1952 as Director of the California Conference of Social Work. After eight years with the Conference, Ruth became the Director of the Santa Clara Mental Health Association. In the 1960's, Mrs. Kaiser received a study grant from the California State Department of Public Health to lead the effort to examine mental health needs in Santa Clara County. In the 1970's, Mrs. Kaiser became the Director of the Comprehensive Health Planning Association of Santa Clara County, a federal program, with authority to control the costs of hospitals. She retired from her health planning career in 1982 as co-director of a consulting firm with partner, Norma Satten of San Francisco. Ruth and her late husband were active in politics in the 1950's and '60's. Together they participated in organizing the Democratic Party Central Committee and the Democratic Campaign Headquarters in Santa Clara County where Mr. Kaiser ran for public office. In addition, they were world travelers, visiting Europe, South America and Asia. Ruth continued to travel after his death with family and friends. She was able to visit 44 countries and traveled to 24 of the 50 states. Subsequent to the death of her husband, Mrs. Kaiser moved to Sun City, Roseville in 1997. She cultivated her artistic talent in oil painting and soon became the President of the Sun City Fine Arts Club. Always the organizer, she participated in the development of fine arts classes and programs for the growing art community in Sun City. In 2000, Mrs. Kaiser found a new calling when she began volunteer work for the establishment of a new church building in Roseville for the St. Clare Catholic Parish. Mrs. Kaiser became the liaison for the lay community of the parish to Brother William Woeger, the architectural consultant. In that capacity, she assisted in the selection of the statuary for the new church. Family and friends still reminisce about visiting her home where the statuary was held until the church building was completed. Upon the dedication of St. Clare Church in 2002, Mrs. Kaiser become the volunteer Administrative Assistant to Pastor Father Colin MacDonald. She was instrumental in assisting the Pastor to develop the organizational structure and policies for the operation of the new facilities. She served as the Lay-Administrator until 2007 when she retired, for a second time. Throughout Ruth's rich and full life, she was known for her dignity and grace. These characteristics were particularly evident in the way she welcomed family and friends into her home. Planning menus, designing table settings and hosting dinner parties, holiday festivities and fund raisers gave her great joy. Her special elegance and warmth will be fondly remembered. Funeral services will be held at St. Clare Catholic Church, Roseville, with an evening vigil service on December 14, 2014 A Mass of Christian Burial will be held the following day, December 15, 2014 at 11:00 am. A private burial service and internment will be held later in Williams, Ore., Please share love and memories on Ruth's guestbook at www.cochranewagemann.com .
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Published in Gold Country Media Newspapers on Dec. 12, 2014
Miller, Patricia Aldene  
Patricia Aldene Miller 1930 - 2014 Patricia Aldene Miller was born in Kansas City, Mo., on August 29, 1930. She soon moved to Northern California where she spent her life until moving to Lincoln City, Ore., 23 years ago. At 18 she married the love of her life Ray Miller who preceded her in death by a little over a decade. She was a home maker, loving wife and mother and later in life became a jewelry store owner and antique dealer. Beautiful both inside and out, she will be missed by all who knew her. She is survived by her daughters Michele Carlsen and Christine (Steve) Allen, granddaughter Jennifer (Dale) Manning and grandson Tyler Allen, as well as three great granddaughters, Hilary, Allison and Kimmy Manning. She is also survived by her sister Billie Erwin and sister-in-law Dona Townsend, as well as many wonderful, loving nieces and very special friends. One very, very special friend Robert Frannano made her last years happy and full of love.
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Published in Gold Country Media Newspapers on Dec. 14, 2014
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