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Adams, Virginia Aline  
Virginia was born January 12, 1939 in Rogers Arkansas, & passed away on April 3, 2015 in Rocklin, Ca. She is survived by her son Tim & his wife Susie & their children, Katie, Grayson (Courtney), Nick, Melissa & her great granddaughter Harper. She will be missed by her granddaughter Sarah, her brother Gary Adams & his children Donna, Nancy & David along with their families. Her son Mike passed away in 2009. An inurnment ceremony will be held on May 16 at St. Matthews Lutheran Church 399 Wiget Lane, Walnut Creek, Ca. 94598 at 11:00 am with a small reception to follow at the church. In lieu of flowers please consider a donation to the Firefighters Burn Insititue 3101 Stockton Blvd. Sacramento, Ca 95820. Our mom's kindness, generosity & love for her family & friends will live in our hearts forever.
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Armbrust, Shirley Lorene  
Passed away peacefully in Sacramento, California at the age of 82 on April 29th, 2015. She was born on December 24, 1932 in Yakima, WA. She was preceded in death by her parents Fred and Esther Armbrust and her grandson Michael Shughart. She was lovingly remembered by her children; Fred Soward (Barbara) of Lousiville, KY, Lynda Regnier of Bourbonnais, IL, Terry Soward (Tina) of Elk Grove, CA, Tracy Scribner of Elk Grove, CA, and Donna Payne of Scotts Valley, CA; 13 grandchildren; and 15 great grandchildren. Shirley enjoyed taking trips and spending time with her family and friends.
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Bernardini, Leona G.  
BERNARDINI, Leona G. 3/30/18 - 4/26/15 Leona was a strong woman, talented artist, loving mother, and grandmother. She was a friend to many and loved by all. A celebration of her life will be held at a later date. The family wishes to thank VITAS hospice for their help and support.
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Bonifay, Norma  
BONIFAY, Norma Norma passed away April 29, 2015. Her memorial is May 16, 2015, 1:00 p.m., at Sacramento Memorial Lawn, 6100 Stockton Blvd., Sacramento, CA 95824.
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CLEARY, Dulce Maria  
CLEARY, Dulce Maria Dulce was born in Stockton, CA and had resided in the Sacramento area for the past 30 years. She was predeceased by her husband, Joe, her companion Bob Payne, and her sister Tanya Podesta. Dulce is survived by her brother and sister in law David and Gerry Archer; four nephews, one niece, and many other loving relatives and friends. Visitation will be held Tuesday, May 5, 2015 from 10:00 AM until 12:00 PM at Calvary Cemetery Chapel, 7101 Verner Avenue, Sacramento, CA, with graveside services to follow in Calvary Cemetery at 12:30 PM. George L. Klumpp Funeral Home
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Federman, James "Jim"  
FEDERMAN, James "Jim" Oct. 19, 1948 - April 24, 2015 Jim was a dedicated father, uncle, brother and international figure in California transportation and tourism. Jim's gregarious personality and charm endeared him to everyone privileged to meet him. He will be sorely missed by all those whose lives he touched. A celebration of his life will be held on May 16th at 2 p.m., at Telegraph Brewing Co. 418 N. Salsipuedes Street, Santa Barbara, CA.
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FERRARO, GEORGE JOHN  
Born to Virginio and Rose Ferraro in Brooklyn, NY. Passed in Folsom, CA at age 84. Brother to 8, 7 children, 12 grands and 11 greats. Survived by his wife of 42 years, Irene. Served 3 yrs in the Army, 101st Airborne, Screaming Eagles. Services May 8, 2015 at 11:00 AM, Christ The King Lutheran Church, 5811 Walnut Ave, Orangevale, CA
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GROSS, Debra K.  
GROSS, Debra K. Age 61, entered into rest on April 24, 2015. Born February 12, 1954 in San Francisco. She worked for Regional Transit as an analyst until retiring in 2011. A longtime resident of West Sacramento, survived by her daughters, Rebecca and Melissa; sister, Barbara and grandchildren, Benjamin, Lilly & Luke. Services to be held at 4:00 P.M. on May 9, 2015 at 505 Elverta Rd., Elverta, CA.
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Hagan, Mary L. Dayo  
HAGAN, Mary L. '"Dayo" Mary L. Hagan "Dayo", a longtime resident and community leader of Rancho Cordova, passed away on April 27, 2015, at the age of 94. Dayo was born on October 20, 1920, in Wimer, Oklahoma to a first generation German father and a three-fourths blood Cherokee Indian mother. She was the youngest of seven children. Dayo was married to her high school sweetheart, Paul Hagan, for 50 years until his death in 1988. She was also preceded in death by her beloved daughter Paula Popovich and her grandson John Hagan. Dayo is survived by her children Steve Hagan (Debbie) and Brenda Deckwa (Tim), son-in-law John Popovich, her grandchildren Julie Belka (Ronnie), Lori Popovich (Neil), Kristin Shinden (Derek), Bryan and Rachel Pavelchik, her great-grandchildren Jasmine, Shane, Maya, Trevor and Sean. She is also survived by numerous nieces and nephews in California, Oklahoma and Texas. Dayo graduated from high school in Nowata, Oklahoma and attended Northeastern State College in Talequah. She and Paul were married in 1938. After Paul's service in the Army Air Corps during World War II, they moved their family to San Francisco, California. Dayo worked at Macy's on Union Square while Paul completed his college education at San Francisco State. The family moved to Redding and then to Willows where Paul was the Superintendent of Parks and Recreation for the City and the high school's JV football and basketball coach. Dayo was the Manager of the Willows Chamber of Commerce. The family moved to Rancho Cordova in 1960 when Paul was hired as the first Administrator for Cordova Recreation and Park District. Hagan Community Park was later named in his honor prior to his retirement. Dayo was employed by Loomis Chamber of Commerce and later Cordova Realty. She was appointed to the California State Republican Central Committee and was a delegate at the Republican National Convention in 1968. In 1969, Dayo was appointed by Henry Kloss, 5th District Supervisor of Sacramento County, as his administrative assistant. Dayo represented Supervisor Kloss at meetings throughout his District and at local, state and congressional hearings promoting Sacramento County projects, including Sacramento Metro Chamber of Commerce's annual "Cap to Cap" trip to Washington, D.C. Dayo was a candidate for Kloss' supervisorial seat when he retired in 1978. She was the top vote-getter in the primary election, but lost the general election to Toby Johnson. Shortly afterward, she assisted in organizing the Labor and Business Alliance of the Capitol Area (LABA), a group of business and labor leaders, and served as its Executive Director for eight years. After Paul passed away from cancer, Dayo raised funds in his memory to make improvements at Sutter Memorial Hospital's Cancer Wing for patients undergoing chemotherapy. She was appointed by Congressman Robert Matsui to the Sacramento Area Commission on Mather AFB Conversion and by the Sacramento County Board of Supervisors to the County Policy Planning Commission. Dayo was also a strong supporter of Rancho Cordova's incorporation and was very proud when it became a city in 2003. Dayo was a member of the Rancho Cordova Area Chamber of Commerce, Rancho Cordova Community Council, Rotary Club of Rancho Cordova, Inner Wheel of Rancho Cordova, American River Grange, Cordova High Sports Club, Sutter Hospital Cornerstone Club, Sacramento Traditional Jazz Society, Order of the Eastern Star, Republican National Committee, and the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian. Paul and Dayo were lifelong partners who were devoted to each other, their family, their friends, and their community. Together, they were instrumental in organizing the Rancho Cordova Area Chamber of Commerce, the National AAU Synchronized Swim Meet and California Police Olympics, both of which were held in Rancho Cordova, and Mather AFB's Allied Training Program for foreign students. They also participated in Rancho Cordova Rotary Club's Annual Holiday Food Basket Program. Both received numerous awards and honors for their many civic and charitable contributions, including Rotary's highest award, the Paul Harris Fellow. Paul and Dayo loved to cook and entertain, and were noted for their great parties, particularly their annual Christmas party. They loved being with their family and celebrating each holiday, watching Cordova High, Oklahoma University and Stanford football games, and traveling to San Francisco and Carmel. Dayo's friendly and outgoing personality, fun-loving heart and joyful spirit continued throughout her entire life. She loved music and loved to sing and dance. For many years, she attended the Sacramento Jazz Jubilee from beginning to end. She also had a fondest for teddy bears and anything chocolate, and was particularly proud of her Cherokee Indian heritage. Funeral services will be private. A Celebration of Life reception will be announced at a later date. In lieu of flowers, remembrances may be made to Sutter Cancer Center, 2800 L Street, Suite 620, Sacramento, CA 95816 or the Holiday Food Basket Program, Charitable Foundation of Rotary Club of Rancho Cordova, P. O. Box 2666, Rancho Cordova, CA 95741.
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Hahn, George Albert  
HAHN, George Albert George Albert Hahn, M.D., died Thursday, 4/23/15, at home with his wife, Avalon, by his side. He had suffered from pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH) for many years and his dear old heart finally stopped. Born in Ft. Wayne, Indiana, in 1925, to George W. and Ides Ellison Hahn, he was the older of two children. His sister, Gene Cheney, lives with her husband in Columbus, Ohio, where they raised four children. Both of his parents grew up on farms in Huntington County, Indiana, near Andrews, and he loved visiting there as a child. George got his medical degree at University of Indiana. He did his internship at Sacramento County Hospital in 1949-50, which is also where he spent the final years of his practice. After completing his military service on U.S. bases in Japan during the Korean War, he opened his first practice in Truckee, California, in 1952. He loved the mountains and curvy roads to drive on, and he loved meeting his wife, Avalon Engelhardt (of Colorado), there as well! (Well, it was Reno, but it's still in the mountains.) Married in 1954, near Donner Lake where they lived, they moved to Sacramento in 1955 and made it their home, where they had one child, Joy, who lives in the SF Bay Area. George had his own family medical practice until 1985, when he then started working part-time at Campbell Soup (company doc), Kaiser, and the County Health Clinics, until 2007. George was always active and was slightly worried that Heaven might not have enough interesting things to do. Anyone who knew George well knew that he loved tools, machines, motorcycles and cars. He was still riding his red motorcycle - with a disabled person license plate! - until recently. He had numerous volunteer activities, including Gideons International (Bible distribution) and Senior Gleaners (driving trucks-more fun ---to pick up excess food from farmers in the Sacramento Valley). He also donated blood regularly -- specifically, 163 times, which totals more than 20 gallons!! -- a blood bank milestone. George and Avalon loved the home they built in Carmichael, which reminded him of the mountains. He lined all the streams and pond with stones the family picked from their riverbed dirt yard - it was all dirt to start with! Many people were touched by his kindness, gentleness and generosity. And he loved his long-time church, Arcade Baptist, where he taught Sunday School, ushered and volunteered. George will miss all his friends, family, neighbors, and colleagues. And they him, with each of them hopefully having some memory or story that will bring them some delight. A memorial service will be held at Arcade Baptist, 3927 Marconi Avenue, Sacramento, on Thursday, 5/7, at 11:00 a.m.
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