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Mar, Gin Y. - Sacramento  
Born October 22, 1915 in Shanghai, China and passed away peacefully August 11, 2016 in Sacramento, CA. Gin Mar was preceded in death by her husband Sing. She is survived by her sons Lester (Laurene) and Roland (May). She was adored by her Grandchildren: Crystal, Pamela (Chris Fong), Darryl and Gregory. A private memorial service was held at George E. Klumpp - Chapel of Flowers.
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Published in The Sacramento Bee on Aug. 21, 2016
Mayer, Wendy Marcia - Sacramento  
Aug. 1, 2016 Resident of Sacramento, CA. Born in Boston, MA. to Eleanore and Jesse Mayer. They moved to Sharon, MA. in 1953. After college, Wendy worked at Cramer Electronics in Newton, MA. In 1972, she moved to CA to be with her sister Ellen Mayer Tobin. Wendy transferred with Cramer/Schweber/Arrow Electronics to the Sunnyvale, CA. She finished her career in the industry in 2002, working at Wyle Electronics, Capsco, and Nu-Horizons Electronics. Wendy had a stellar reputation throughout the industry, and was well liked and respected by all. She loved to go camping, especially in NH & Yosemite, and traveling in Europe. In 2002, she married Javier Barreiro from Valencia, Spain and they moved to Sacramento where she worked at Ameriquest Mortgage and Verizon. Javier and Wendy had 14 very happy years together. She also leaves behind her loving sister Ellen (Robert) Tobin, nephew Ethan (Karen) Tobin, nephew Daniel (Stacy) Tobin, great-niece Mia Tobin, great-nephew Mitchel Tobin, cousins, and many close friends who all loved her. Services were held Aug. 4th at Los Gatos Memorial Park in San Jose. Donations can be made to U.C. Davis Cancer Center, Sacramento or Congregation Sinai, San Jose.
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Published in The Sacramento Bee on Aug. 21, 2016
McCORMACK, Gladys  
McCormack, Gladys 06/23/1937 - 07/29/2016
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Published in The Sacramento Bee on Aug. 19, 2016
McDevitt, Alice Veronica "Vera" - Citrus Heights  
Of Fair Oaks, CA, passed away on August 16, 2016, a native of Northern Ireland, aged 91 years. In 1957, Vera came to the U.S. Vera loved Los Angeles and became a proud U.S. Citizen. She enjoyed a long career and eventually retired from U.S. Borax. In 1988, she moved to Citrus Heights to be closer to her sister, Moya, after the passing her beloved husband, Vincent. She was very active in the Fair Oaks Parks and Rec PASA program and St. Mel Church. She is survived by her sisters Moya Cook and Patrica Mc Colgan, sister in law Nula Ledwith, nieces, Mary Henriksen and Deirdre Wheeler, and nephew, Brendan Cook. Vera is also survived by a loving circle of nieces and nephews in the U.S., Ireland, and throughout the U.K. Our family would like to thank the staff at Eskaton, Fair Oaks and Sutter Hospice for their loving care. Friends are welcome for visitation from 4-8PM on Thursday, August 18, 2016 with a Recitation of the Holy Rosary at 6PM all at PRICE FUNERAL CHAPEL (6335 Sunrise Blvd., Citrus Heights, 725-2109) and are invited to attend the Mass of Christian Burial at 12:00PM on Friday, August. 19, 2016 at ST. MEL CATHOLIC CHURCH (4745 Pennsylvania Ave, Fair Oaks, CA.)
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Published in The Sacramento Bee on Aug. 18, 2016
McKey, Dorothy Lee - Sacramento  
Dorothy Lee McKey, 84, passed away on August 12, 2016 at Kaiser Hospital in Roseville, CA. She was born March 30, 1932 in San Francisco, CA. Dorothy enjoyed making jewelry with semi-precious stones and caring for others. She is survived by her daughters Victoria and Donna; her sons Lee, Ray, Dennis and Ira; her grandchildren Austin, Crystal, Brian, Jeffery, Michelle, Erin, Caitlin, Annalisa, Kevin, Hanna and Laila, and a great grandchild David; her siblings Donna, Christine, Louise, Pat, Judy, Dennis and Charles, as well as her extended family of 21 nieces and nephews and her beloved cousins. Dorothy was loved and cherished by her entire family. You shaped our hearts, our minds and our souls and we will be forever grateful for the time that we had with you. Your sacrifice to so many has been an inspiration to us all. You will be sorely missed, but you will always be in our hearts. Services to be held at a later date.
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Published in The Sacramento Bee on Aug. 21, 2016
McMurdie, John Lewis - Sacramento  
John Lewis McMurdie was born August 4, 1929, raised in Pasadena CA, and died on August 15, 2016 in Sacramento, CA. He was a talented athlete playing basketball and baseball for California State Polytechnic College in San Luis Obispo. He earned a BS in Soil Science from Cal Poly in 1951 and a PhD from UC Berkeley in 1958. He served in the Army from 1952-1954. He was a Professor at UC Davis, a Davis City Councilman, and a computer programmer for the State of California. He had many passions: gardening, literature, music, and most of all bridge. He became a life master in 1974 and continued to play bridge to the end of his life. He is survived by his wife of 43 years, Veronica McMurdie, his sister Jean Sumrall and sister-in-law Jean McMurdie, his four children, Michael, Lynn, Mark and Paul and their families, three step-children, Bruce, Sandra and Pamela and their families. A memorial will be held on Sunday, August 21. Donations in his name can be made to the American Heart Association.
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Published in The Sacramento Bee on Aug. 19, 2016
Murti, William Robert - Sacramento  
William Robert Murti, 36, also known by his loved ones as Chilly Willy, was born in Sacramento, California on May 29, 1980, to Lupe E. Morales and Robert D. Murti (both deceased). Will was tragically taken from us on July 3, 2016. After the passing of his mother when Will was very young, he was raised by his maternal aunts--Lucy Morales, Teresa Marquez and Lydia Morales--along with constant guidance from his maternal grandmother Esther Najar Morales. Grandma instilled into Will the love of family. Will became more of a brother to his cousins Andrea Morales, Tim Morales, Angie Morales, Christina Fonseca, Carlos Fonseca, Clemente Fonseca, Diana Morales, Vincent Morales and Johnny Zamboni. Will attended Kaseberg Elementary and Buljan Middle school in Roseville, Laguna Creek High in Elk Grove, and Wyotech Technical School in West Sacramento. He worked for Clark Pacific, helping build the Golden One Center, and as of recently was employed by Oldcastle Precast, embarking on a supervisory role. Will was loved by his family and many friends who now see him as their shining star smiling down on them (with those beautiful dimples) from Heaven. Will had such a presence and a love for life that even in death, he will never be forgotten. A private Catholic Mass and burial was held. The family would like to thank the Sacramento County Victims Program and the Midtown CrimeWatch for their guidance and support.
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Published in The Sacramento Bee on Aug. 21, 2016
MYRON, Jacqueline - Sacramento  
Was born on March 3,1934, and passed away of a stroke with family at her side on August 6, 2016. She was preceded in death by her loving husband James of 38 years in 2014. Although she was raised in St. Louis, a visit to see her sister Patricia in San Francisco convinced Jackie to move to California. Jackie completed her education to become a teacher, including a Master's Degree in English, in San Francisco. A teaching seminar on the Monterey Peninsula first brought James and Jackie together. After they were married Jackie taught In Soledad for over twenty years before retiring and moving to Sacramento to be with family. She is preceded in death by her parents and her sister Patricia. She is survived by her brother Tom Juengel, step-children Lucian Myron, Hubert Myron, Bruna (Terrance) Blandin and Elizabeth (Steve) Berg. Jackie was particularly close to her nieces Diane, Jodi, Teri, Jill, nephew Mark, as well as to her many grandchildren and great- grandchildren. Jackie had friends all over the country and beyond. Her enthusiastic and generous nature brought her new friends every day. Besides her fellow teachers, she counted as friends those individuals she had met through her husband's lodges both in Carmel and Sacramento, as well as through her neighborhood association in Parkway Estates for which she was a board member. She also belonged to a Cancer Support Group, and attended regularly for many years. With her family and friends, she loved attending garage sales, movies, garden and house tours, and loved a good meal out. Life will never be the same without her and she will be sorely missed. At her request there will not be a service and in lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to the American Cancer Society.
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Published in The Sacramento Bee on Aug. 21, 2016
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