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Barta, Deanna  
BARTA, Deanna 10/17/1939 - 01/24/2015 Deanna Barta passed away peacefully in her Roseville home surrounded by family. She is survived by her husband Robert, her 3 children Greg, Jennifer, Terry, step sons Mike and Steve, sister Jackie, nephew Chris and niece Temple, spouses, 10 grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren. Deanna loved playing golf and was the captain of the Sun City Roseville Women's Golf Club in 1998. She was also an active member of Gethsemane Lutheran Church. Deanna also enjoyed entertaining family and friends and loved spending time with her children and grandchildren. Family was very important to her and she cherished every moment with them. She was very fond of animals and loved her dog Sam. Deanna was a warm, loving and beautiful person. She has touched so many people's lives and has filled their hearts with love. God truly chose a perfect angel. She will be missed by all. Memorial services will be on Sunday February 15, 2015, 2:00 pm at George L. Klumpp Chapel of Flowers 2691 Riverside Blvd, Sacramento 95818 Memorial Donations may be made to Shriners Hospitals for Children, Northern California, 2425 Stockton Blvd, Sacramento, CA 95817 or Gethsemane Lutheran Church 4706 Arden Way, Carmichael, CA 95608.
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BEERING, Lori (Phillips) - Alameda  
BEERING (Phillips), Lori Lori Lynn Phillips Beering entered into rest on January 18, 2015 in Alameda, CA at the age of 54. She was born on January 23, 1960 in Sacramento, CA. Lori is a graduate of Rio Linda High School, and earned a BS in Chemistry from UC Davis. A loving mother, wife, sister and friend, she'll be greatly missed by everyone whose life she has touched. Lori devoted 30 years to creating technologies that would help to improve the lives of others. She loved going to musicals, watching A's games, and traveling to Tahoe with her family. Lori is survived by her husband Frank Beering, her daughter Kendall Beering, her sister Lisa Vergolini (husband Dino), and her extended family. She was preceded in death by her parents, Jack and Murlene Phillips. The family invites friends to join in a celebration of her life on February 7, 2015 at 2 pm at the Putah Creek Lodge at the arboretum on the campus of UC Davis - Putah Creek Lodge Dr., Davis, CA. Lori will be laid to rest at Tahoe Memorial Columbarium at Lake Tahoe on a separate occasion. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to your favorite charity or in Lori's memory to your local animal shelter.
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Blaszkowski, Norbert J.  
BLASZKOWSKI, Norbert J. Norbert was born April 22, 1924 in Detroit Michigan and passed away on January 18, 2015 in El Dorado Hills. He has now joined his beloved wife Eris of 65 years who passed away in 2011. Survived by his children, William Blaszkowski (Goldie), Catherine Wishart (Jim), Jeanette Strutz (Ken), Margaret Bachman (Michael), David Blaszkowski (Valerie) and Robert Blaszkowski. 10 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren. He served in the US Army drafted on June 16, 1943, shipped over to Naples Italy with the 45th Infantry 157 Regiment Head Quarter Co. A & P (Ammunition & Pioneer or All Purpose Platoon). Worked as a civil engineer for 35 years. Memorial services to be held at Holy Trinity Church February 5th, 2015 @10:00am. In lieu of flower donations to be given to Holy Trinity Church Funeral Ministries.
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Bonham, Yvonne D.  
Yvonne D. Bonham, loving wife of Lyle Bonham, entered the gates of heaven on January 26, 2015. She was born on October 17, 1930 in Elk Grove, California. Lived in Sacramento, Folsom, San Ramon, Santa Rosa, and recently Brentwood. She will be remembered and greatly missed by the MANY friends and family that she touched with her amazing smile, compassionate heart, and sincere love that was a given "naturally" to those lives she encountered. She is survived by her husband Lyle of 57 years, sister Jeannine Azevedo, sister-in-law Janice Leeman and husband Dave, brother-in-law Ken Bonham and wife Bonnie. Nieces Carrie Vibat, Sandy Merjil, Debbie Graham, Kelly Blay, and nephews Wayne Cain, Don Azevedo, David Azevedo, Greg Bonham, Mike Bonham, Doug Bonham, David Leeman, Mark Leeman, and many great nieces and nephews. Also by those who called her "Nana" and were considered family, Shirley DiMercurio, Kristin and Tony Garcia, their children, Analisa, Arabella and Carlo. She was preceded in death by her mother Orphra (Hills) Balliet, father John Balliet, sister Nadine Wolcott, and her grandmother Myrtle Hills. A celebration of life will be held Friday February 6, from 12-3 pm at the Folsom Rotary Club, 7150 Baldwin Dam Rd., Folsom, CA.
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Billeci, Val Gene  
Val Gene Billeci of Sacramento, CA passed away January 19th, 2015 at the age of 64. He was born in Pittsburg, CA to Vincent and Angelina Billeci. He is survived by his loving wife Jennifred of 39 years, his two daughters Jamie Billeci-Harper (husband Marc), Valerie Billeci (husband Derek), his 7 grandchildren Sadie, Issabelle, Zoie, Ella, Mckenna, Jacob, and Niko. He also leaves behind his 3 older brothers Vincent, Victor, and Vernon Billeci. Services will be held on Monday February 2nd, 2015 @1:30pm at: Sacramento Valley National Cemetery 5810 Midway Road Dixon CA 95620 Immediately following the reception/celebration of live:@ 3:00pm Crawford's Barn 2715 Tiber Drive Sac, CA 95826
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Balestreri, Thomas Andrew - San Francisco  
BALESTRERI, Thomas Andrew February 15, 1918 - January 25, 2015 Tom Balestreri was born in San Francisco, CA to Maria and Salvatore Balestreri. Surrounded by his family, Tom passed away peacefully on January 25, 2015, in the home he loved. He was preceded in death by Evelyn, his childhood sweetheart and loving wife of 67 years. His two brothers, Frank and Jackie, and sister, Frances, also preceded him in death. Tom leaves behind his younger sister Victoria and sisters-in-law Mari Balestreri and Ramona Brain. He is survived by his seven devoted children: David (Carol) Balestreri of Sacramento, Joyce (Richie) Carroll of Flagstaff, AZ, Carol Balestreri of Carmichael, Richard (Chris) Balestreri of Sacramento, Tom (Trudy) Balestreri of San Diego, Ken (Trudi) Balestreri of Fair Oaks, and Phil (Tracy) Balestreri of Sacramento. Also surviving are his 18 grandchildren and 15 great grandchildren. Tom was born in the North Beach district of San Francisco and moved to Potrero Hill as a young child. It was there on "The Hill" that Tom's extraordinary mechanical talents began to emerge. The wooden box racers that he and his friends built to race down the steep hills of their neighborhood later inspired the well-known Soap Box Derby events. At the age of 12, working in a small garage next to his family's home, he bought his first of many cars, a 1916 Model T Ford Roadster. In his words, "If there was a part that made it go fast, I had it on it". Over the years, we heard many stories of his childhood, including selling the San Francisco Call-Bulletin newspaper as an 8 year-old on the streets of 3rd & Market, racing his cars on Skyline Blvd, and selling "Peanuts, Popcorn, Homerun Kisses and a Roughneck!" during baseball games at Seals Stadium in the Mission District. Tom graduated from Lick Wilmerding High School in San Francisco and then moved to Sacramento in 1940 where he began his 38-year career at McClellan Air Force Base. Tom and Evelyn married in 1942 and he brought his new bride to join him in Sacramento. Like many young men of his time, Tom enlisted in the Navy in 1945 to serve as a gunner's mate aboard the J.R.Y. Blakely, Destroyer Escort 140 in World War II. Tom returned to McClellan AFB after the war and resumed his career as Aircraft Maintenance Supervisor until his retirement in 1978. In 1950 he built their Arden Park home where he and Evelyn raised their family and where he lived until his recent passing. Tom will be remembered for many things, but mostly for his generosity of spirit and his warm smile. Whenever help was needed, he was there. Without fail, he went above and beyond in his support of family, friends and community. Tom's unsurpassed skills in carpentry, electrical wiring, masonry, welding, plumbing, and automotive repair were gifts he shared unselfishly throughout his life. He and Evelyn were part of what are lovingly referred to as the Barn Families - the original founders of St. Ignatius Loyola Parish and School. For many years, he worked countless hours at maintaining the Church and School buildings, the Convent for the Sisters of the Holy Names and Loretto High School. He was also an active member of numerous social groups such as the Italian Catholic Federation, St. Mary's Social Club, Sons in Retirement, and Piemonte Reale Benevolent Society. As a member of the East Portal Bocce Club, Tom could often be found playing bocce ball with some of his dearest friends. Their involvement in the Bocce League sparked an upsurge in interest in the game, which eventually led to new courts at the park. Tom will be deeply missed by all those who knew him. His family would like to extend their heartfelt thanks to his caregivers, Gloria Jackson, Seinileva (Janie) Fifita, and Tupou (Bo) Pohahau along with the Vitas Hospice Care Team who cared for Tom with kindness and respect. Family and friends are invited to attend his Viewing (5pm) and Rosary (7pm) on Monday, February 2 at Nicoletti, Culjis and Herberger Funeral Home, 5401 Folsom Blvd., Sacramento, CA. A funeral mass will be held on Tuesday, February 3 at 11am at St. Ignatius Loyola Catholic Church, 3235 Arden Way, Sacramento, CA. Tom's burial will be immediately following the mass at St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery. Following the burial, please join the family for a reception celebrating Tom's life at the Croatian American Cultural Center, 3730 Auburn Blvd., Sacramento, CA. Please make any remembrances to St. Ignatius Loyola Parish or a charity of your choice.
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Brown, Dennis  
BROWN, Dennis 6/14/1947 - 1/17/2015 Dennis Brown a Veteran, father, husband, grandfather, uncle and friend. Beside the love of my family; his lifelong passion was hunting and fishing. His last days on God's beautiful earth was the best hunting day of them all; because he was called Home. His family will continue to carry out his love for the outdoors. Please join the family as they celebrate his life. A Celebration of Life will be held at the Veterans Hall, 541 5th St, Lincoln on Saturday, January 31, 2015 at 1pm.
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Bailey, Geraldine Prewitt - Sacramento  
BAILEY, Geraldine Prewitt Born a long lifetime ago on January 4, 1907 near the Shiloh community in Dallas County, Texas, and deceased on January 18, 2015 in Sacramento, California, she experienced and relished the many changes and joys of her life. She was determined in her youth, sparkling in her middle years, and valiant in her old age. She was preceded in death by her husband, James Walsh Bailey, her sisters Pauline Stults, Ada Pearl Stults, Jennie Lee Prewitt, and Mildred Stults, and her son-in-law Boren Chertkov. She is survived by Ann Bailey, who is lucky to be her daughter. She will be buried from Restland Funeral Home in Dallas.
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Baumgartner, Emil Eugene  
BAUMGARTNER, Emil Eugene (Roadslut) 7/23/1936 - 1/17/2015 Emil was born in Milford, Indiana to Omar and Edith Baumgartner. The family moved to Ottumwa, Iowa in 1940 when Emil was five. He graduated Ottumwa High School in 1954 and married his high school sweetheart, Marilyn J. Benson, on June 5, 1955. Enlisting in the United States Air Force in 1956-1960, he was stationed at the McClellan Air Force Base in Sacramento, California where he made his home for the next 50 years. In his later years, he traveled to Florida on his Harley until making his home in Palatka, Florida, where he found the Lord and lived for him there. Emil said "I have found my Lord and he will welcome me home." Emil is survived by three sons: Tony (Donna) Baumgartner; Terry (Paige) Baumgartner; Brian (Rhonda) Mouer; daughter, Cheryl (Kenny) Poore; his two sisters, Audrey Smith and Janet Meldrum; and numerous friends from coast to coast. Emil touched the lives of everyone that he came in contact with, and will be missed dearly by all. "It has been a good ride through life. Love y'all."
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BEYERS, Tanya Laurale - Antelope  
BEYERS, Tanya Laurale at 76, passed away on January 23rd with her loving family by her side. She leaves behind her children Donald, Michael, and Mary; her grandchildren Veroushka, Jeanine, Michael, Jaramie, and Brianna; her great-grandchildren Marissa Ruby and Lucy. Tanya was happily married to Verl Beyers for 53 years. She loved her family unconditionally and will be greatly missed. Services will be held celebrating her life on Sunday, February 1st, 2pm at Lambert Funeral Home, 400 Douglas Blvd., Roseville, CA 94568.
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