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CARTER, Natalie  
Natalie was born 10/14/1959 and passed away 8/13/2015 after a long battle with Polycystic kidney disease. Funeral services Sat. Sept. 5, 2015 11:00am at Thy Presence School of Faith 3041 65th St. Expressway, Sac. 95820. Repast to follow at Trinity Cathedral 2620 Capitol Ave. Sac. 95816
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Published in The Sacramento Bee on Sept. 2, 2015
Curtis, Terry Lee  
Born February 7, 1946, in San Francisco, passed away Friday, August 21, 2015. Spent his youth between Sacramento and Reno. Most of his adult life he lived in Sacramento. Attended McClatchy high school and Sacramento City College. Most of his career was in Accounting at the Board of Equalization. Survived by his wife of 30 years, Peggy Curtis, their 4 children & children in-laws, Brian Curtis (Marcella), Joel Pifer, Rebecca Robinson (Matt), Audrey Curtis (Walter Wrigglesworth); 2 grandsons, Steven & Sean; sisters, Charlotte Curtis, and Charlene Curtis, and many other relatives. Enjoyed spelunking, camping, fishing, hiking, budget planning, taxes, spreadsheets, helping others, and visiting cousins in Alabama. Mostly he enjoyed family. Family and friends are invited to celebrate his life Sunday, Sept. 6, 2015, 2:00-4:00 p.m. in the Sunrise/Patio Room at The Rusch Park Community Center, 7801 Auburn Blvd., Citrus Heights. In lieu of flowers please donate to KVIE, channel 6.
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Published in The Sacramento Bee on Sept. 2, 2015

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Carter, Lois Jane  
Lois Jane Carter passed from this world on August 25th at Eskaton Village in Carmichael surrounded by family and friends. Lois was born in Akron, Ohio on June 15, 1929, to Alma and Russell Fuller. In 1936, the family made the long journey to California in a Model A Ford. They settled briefly in San Diego before moving to a permanent home off Arden Way in North Sacramento. After graduating from Grant High School, Lois took a job with Grant Technical College. It was here that she caught the eye of a handsome young fellow from Oakland, Ira Carter. Lois and Ira were married on August 18, 1951. After Ira returned from his tour in Korea the couple settled in Carmichael and started raising a family. Lois was a devoted mother to Steven, Patricia and Richard. As the children grew up, Lois returned to work in bookkeeping at Rhodes followed by the Rio Linda Veterinary Clinic. She then moved to Carmichael Presbyterian Church as Business Manager and ended her career at Christ Community Church as Director of Operations. Weekends were often spent helping Ira in their vineyard in Calistoga, and evenings were reserved for clothes ironing. The quality of her work, and work ethic, was only surpassed by her "million dollar" smile! Lois is survived by her husband of 64 years, Ira, her brother Richard (Mardel) Fuller, and her children, Steve (Suzi), Pati (Steve) Smith and Richard. Lois is survived by five grandchildren, Sadie (Kurosh) Marjani, Spencer (Abbey) Smith, Justin, Roseann, and Alex, three great-grand-children, Maezy, Clara, and Luke, one nephew, David Fuller, and nieces, Karen Davis and Cheryl Peterson. A memorial service will be held this Sunday, September 6th at 2:00pm at Christ Community Church located at 5025 Manzanita Ave., Carmichael. In lieu of flowers, a donation can be made in Lois' name to a hospice of your choice.
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Published in The Sacramento Bee on Sept. 1, 2015
Castellanos, Emilio Lomeli  
Emilio Lomeli Castellanos, born May 23, 1920, in Zapotlan del Rey, Jalisco, Mexico, passed away on August 29, 2015 in his home, surrounded by family. He was preceded in death by his wife Ruth, son Ramon, daughter Esther, sister Catalina Maginniss and brother Fernando Armenta. He is survived by his brother Antonio Armenta and sister Vita Torres; children Emilio, Yolanda, Raul (Pat) and Tony; 11 grandchildren, 14 great-grandchildren (and 2 on the way); and numerous relatives. He was a long-time resident of Sacramento, arriving in California in 1943 as a bracero, and becoming a 30 year employee of Campbell Soup Company from 1952-1982. Upon his 95th birthday, he achieved status of Senior SIR of Gold Nugget Branch No. 107. The viewing will begin at 4pm on Wednesday, September 2, at George L Klumpp, 2691 Riverside Blvd in Sacramento, the Rosary will begin at 7pm. A mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Thursday, September 3 at 11am, at All Hallows Catholic Church, 14th Ave and 58th St. Interment will follow the mass at St. Mary's Cemetery.
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Published in The Sacramento Bee on Sept. 1, 2015
COLE, David L. - Sacramento  
David was born in Sacramento on January 3, 1942. He passed away August 27, 2015. He is survived by his wife of 46 years, 7 months, and 24 days, Jeanne (Peyton) Cole. He is also survived by his daughter Tammy (granddaughter Melody), and son Samuel (wife Anna). Other family members are Donna Huddleston, sister (husband Ken), niece Michelle Liljedahl and family. He was considered a family member to the Peyton's. David lived in Sacramento his entire life and graduated from C.K. McClatchy High School and Sac State University with a BA in Music. He worked for the State of Calif for 38 years with the majority of years as a Computer Analyst. He had also served in the United States Army. He enjoyed reading, gardening, computers and spending time with his family. He loved to travel and was especially fond of Hawaii. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him. At his request no services will be held. In lieu of services, donations may be made to the Cancer Society in his name.
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Published in The Sacramento Bee on Sept. 1, 2015

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COMPTON, Martha Washington  
Martha Washington Compton passed away peacefully from natural causes into the arms of Jesus on July 16, 2015. She was born on March 24,1920 in Boston, Massachusetts. Married to Robert J. Compton Jr. on September 11, 1948 in Pine Grove, California. Survived by her son Robert ( Rae Ann ) and grandsons Adam J. Compton ( Arwen ), Joshua J. Compton ( Emily ) and great-grandson Evander J. Compton. Martha accepted Jesus as her savior in 1967 (John 3:16 ) from that point on she strove her best to follow God, believing in Proverbs 1:7. She diligently studied the bible daily to obey 2 Timothy 2:15. At the time of her death she had literally worn out several bibles. Martha also devoted herself to prayer to comply with Colossians 4:2. She know God would hear her prayers ( 1 John 5:15 ). That God did hear her prayers and answered them many can attest to. Widowed in 1979 her income was reduced to a small monthly pittance. With this she gave sacrificially (Luke 21:2.4 ) supporting many ministries and charities in her effort to abide by Luke 16:9. Though afflicted with many illnesses and disabilities she soldiered on living out Phillipians 4:11. She did not let them limit or restrict her activities. As a testament to God's grace ( Deuteronomy 5:33 ) she went on to outlive all of her siblings and many of her nieces and nephews and at the time of her death was still living independently. Always desiring to please the Lord in her witness Martha adhered to Colossians 4:6 and 1 Corinthians 13:1. That she succeeded in this can be seen by the comments received by her family from relatives, friends and acquaintances when they become aware of her passing. They could only be likened to comparing her to Proverbs 31 -30. She indeed was the embodiment of Romans 12:14-18. Mother, you never wrote poetry or any great novel. You were never a celebrated public figure. You were never an adored actress. Your life will never be published in any widely read biography. Aside from your family and friends your passing will be but a slight breeze upon the winds of this world. You were, however, a living testimony to a loving God! When Jesus greeted you it was with this sentence"'...well done good and faithful servant; ... enter thou into the joy of the Lord." If I could but follow - just a little - in your footsteps down the path you trod, I know God would indeed be pleased. I look forward to our reunion in heaven. Remembrances can be made in Martha's name to the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association. A family Memorial Service to honor Martha will be held at the Veteran's Memorial Cemetery In Dixon, California after the placement of her headstone.
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Published in The Sacramento Bee on Aug. 29, 2015
COWAN, Robert Harvey  
Count of Kyzikos, Sir Robert Harvey Cowan, preceded in death by parents Hank and Virginia Cowan of Roseville. Loving husband to Mary Ann Rittscher Cowan and father to Bryan Robert Cowan. Survived by sister, Carolyn Mangler of Colorado and brother, Randall Cowan of Carmichael. Graduate of Roseville High School and received a teaching credential from the then Sacramento State College. Rob taught school in the Roseville School District, and retired as a Production Management Specialist from McClellan AFB. Rob loved the Boy Scouts of America and served as a leader for over 40 years. He earned the rank of Eagle Scout and was a proud recipient of the Silver Bear Award. He loved genealogy and heraldry doing extensive research in both. Mary Ann adored her husband and he will be very much missed by his family and friends. A memorial service will be held at a later date.
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Published in The Sacramento Bee on Aug. 29, 2015
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