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Baez, Alfred - Sacramento  
Beloved husband of 74 years to his true love, Madeline, father of Alfred and Barbara Anne, grandfather of 6, great-grandfather of 14 and great-great grandfather of 4, brother of Madeline, brother-in-law, uncle and friend of many. The family thanks Sutter and Pioneer House for compassionate care. A well led life that speaks for itself. Please join us in celebrating it: 7/1/16 viewing and rosary 4 - 7 pm at Nicoletti's - 5401 Folsom Blvd, 7/2/16 Mass at 10 AM St. Ignatius Church - 3235 Arden Wy, Burial at 1 PM Sac Valley Nt'l Cemetery Dixon.
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Published in The Sacramento Bee on June 30, 2016
BAHADURSINGH, Ardyce - Sacramento  
Surrounded by her family, Ardyce June Bahadursingh, entered her heavenly home on Thursday, June 23, 2016 at the age of 79 as the result of a stroke. Ardyce was born on September 20, 1936 in Norfolk, Nebraska, the youngest of three children to Max and Martha Miller. She graduated from Immanuel School of Nursing and began her career as a registered nurse. Ardyce always took pride in choosing that profession and her path led her two daughters to follow in her footsteps and also become registered nurses. During nurse's training she met the love of her life, Rai Bahadursingh, MD. They were married in Stanton, Nebraska on June 22, 1958. Soon thereafter, they moved to Washington state where Rai began his medical career. When the opportunity came for Rai to open his medical practice in California they moved to Rio Linda for many years before moving to Carmichael and finally to Rocklin. Ardyce was a 4-H leader, active in church and over the past few years, enjoyed her book club friends in Carmichael and Senior Life Center friends in Loomis. Ardyce and Rai traveled throughout the world, loved their trips and telling of their adventures when they returned. She always had a freezer full of ice cream, a jarful of candy and a hug for all her 10 grandchildren when they came to visit. Her greatest love was her family. Ardyce is survived by her loving husband of 58 years and one day, Dr. Rai Bahadursingh, her four children: Tresa Jorgensen of Rocklin (Warren) and their children Roseann, Isaac and Alora; Tanna Forbes of Granite Bay (Ray) and their son Raymond; Todd (Anne) of Roseville and their children Adam (Kelsey), Aaron and Kiri; Trent (Dee Ann) of Long Beach and their children Ryan, Holly and Amy. A celebration of Ardyce's life will be held at: Ascension Lutheran Church, 7607 Garden Gate Drive, Citrus Heights, CA 95621. Tuesday, June 28, 2016 at 11:00 am. Gifts in celebration of Ardyce's life may be sent to Ascension Lutheran Church or Calvary Lutheran Church, P.O. Box 310, Rio Linda, CA. 95673.
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Published in The Sacramento Bee on June 26, 2016
Berg, Grace E. Anderson - Roseville  
December 13, 1933 - June 10, 2016 Grace passed away peacefully, with family by her side, at her Roseville home shortly after being diagnosed with lung cancer. She was born in Leonidas, Minnesota and ultimately moved to the Sacramento area in 1958. She is survived by her five children, eight grandchildren, five great grandchildren and one great, great grandson. After being a homemaker for many years, she worked as a real estate agent, an operator for Pacific Bell and a customer service representative for Shell Oil. Grace enjoyed being with her family and spending time at Thunder Valley Casino playing the slot machines. A memorial service will be held at Chapel of the Valley, 97 Vernon Street in Roseville on Saturday July 2 at 2pm.
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Published in The Sacramento Bee on June 30, 2016
Bowa, Lawrence V. - Sacramento  
Born in Sacramento October 13, 1924 and passed peacefully April 15, 2016. Survived by wife Maryetta and six daughters, two son-in-laws, ten grandchildren, eleven great grandchildren, one aunt, one nephew and cousins. Graduate of Sacramento High School, class of 1942. Served in Marine Corp in South Pacific during WWII; worked for Foremost and Crystal dairies; owned the Limelight Bar; and moved to Colfax in 1978 where he operated the Pink Elephant Drive-In. Larry had a lifelong love for sports, gardening, people, and Hawaii. Celebration of his Life service and lunch will be July 24th at 11:30 am, Sierra Pines Community Center in Sun City, 7600 Whistlestop Way, Roseville 95747. More info: (916) 221-2288.
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Published in The Sacramento Bee on June 26, 2016
Brelje, Ronald Lee - Sacramento  
Ronald Lee Brelje, passed away peacefully on June 21 at the age of 88. Ronald was born June 2, 1928 in Orange California and graduated from Orange High school and Fullerton College. He is survived by his wife Darlene of 63 years, their children, Patty Miller (husband Mike), Phil (wife Kathy) and Paul along with three grandchildren, Jacob, Daniel and Krystal Ellison (husband Dan) and one great granddaughter Josie. Ron was a Korean War veteran. He loved to travel and enjoyed food of all types. Funeral services for Ronald will be July 1, 11am at Faith Lutheran Church, 4000 San Juan Ave, Fair Oaks, CA 95628. In lieu of flowers donations can be made directly to Faith Lutheran Church.
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Published in The Sacramento Bee on June 25, 2016
Broido, Irving - Sacramento  
Irving Broido, of Davis, passed away at the University Retirement Center after a long illness. He was 85. Irv was born in 1930 in London, Ontario to Clara and Solomon Broido. His parents were originally from Cherkassy in what is now Ukraine. From Canada, they moved to Chicago, Illinois, where Irv lived until he moved to California. He majored in Mathematics at the Berkeley campus of the University of California. After graduating in 1952, he taught mathematics at a number of institutions, including San Jose State University. Later, he entered into long-term employment with the US Navy as a computer programmer. He traveled frequently for work and spent extensive time in Asia and Europe. The greatest joys of his life in Davis were, first, his beloved wife Karen, and second, the Mondavi Center for the Performing Arts. Irv was a long-time supporter of the Arts in the Davis area. In addition to being an active member of the Friends of Mondavi Center, he served on the Advisory Council of the American Bach Soloists and was an enthusiastic supporter of the UC Davis Symphony Orchestra and the Merola Opera Program in San Francisco. Dinner with Irv was always a delight. He was versed in politics and the arts, especially opera, classical music, and dance. Add to this his love of food (except for cooked carrots!) and fine wine, and an evening of conversation at his and Karen's table was always memorable. Irv was preceded in death by his parents, his older brother, Abraham, and his sister-in-law, Miriam. He is survived by his cherished wife, Karen; son David, daughter-in-law Paula, and granddaughter Anna; daughter Shereen, son-in-law Ramanan, and granddaughter Meenakshi; nieces Lynne (Gary) and Michelle (Rick); grand-nieces Leanne and Rebecca (Justin); and great-grand nephews Jacob, Eliot, and Ruben. A memorial service will be held at 2:00 PM , Wednesday, June 29 at Congregation Bet Haverim, 1715 Anderson Rd., Davis, CA. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made in Irv's memory to Yolo Hospice, Friends of Mondavi Center School Matinee Ticket Program, or the UC Davis Symphony Orchestra. The family would like to thank the University Retirement Community staff, the Threshold Choir, and Ted Skiera and the team of Yolo Hospice for their help and support.
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Published in The Sacramento Bee on June 28, 2016
Brown, Mary Grace - Sacramento  
Mary Grace Brown died of congestive heart failure on January 6th, 2016, surrounded by family, at her beloved home in Rocklin, California. One of her favorite things to do in latter years, was to gaze out onto her expansive back yard, with it's Oak Tree lined creek at the bottom of the yard. Long ago, Mom planted Calla Lilies that still bloom today. She would watch Deer and Wild Turkey graze and forage; often coming up close to the large glass doors in the back of the house. On the day Mom died, three Deer appeared in the late afternoon. A Stag, Doe, and they're young Offspring slowly meandered up from the creek and lingered close to her back windows. Even as family surrounded her and our little doggie "Jones" barked, the Deer lingered for close to two hours; still and unafraid. Mom was born on July 4th,1932 in Sacramento California, to Fred and Mildred Andress. They called her they're "Little Firecracker". She was the youngest of three girls; her sisters Renee and Barbara. When Mom was a toddler, the family moved to Fairfax California in Marin County, where she attended Kindergarten through High School. She graduated from Tamilpius High School in 1950. At "Tam", she met the love of her life, our father, Donald Grant Brown. They married a couple of years after High School and were together for 27 years until Dad's passing in 1979. Mom and Dad lived in the Bay area until 1958, when they moved to Las Vegas Nevada. They moved to Sacramento in 1965; moving about a year latter to Rocklin California, where Mom lived for the rest of her life. Mom was a beauty queen at Marin Junior College, a model for I Magnins in San Francisco, and worked in sales for Macys in her middle years. Mom was a talented artist and passed on a love of the arts to her children. On their Honeymoon at Lake Tahoe, Mom and Dad came upon a small lot for sale. They paid 10 dollars down and 10 dollars a month for that little spot, which seemed like a stretch for them at the time. Each summer, we would pack up the car and drive up to Tahoe to work on a little A frame cabin. We and our many extended family members spent many iddlic summers in our cabin at Tahoe. Mom found one of her greatest joys nurturing and wrangling my little sister Bonnie, my brother Mark, and I. We always felt loved, and supported in any endeavors we chose. Mom was emotionally strong, and able to transcend the tough times as well as savoring the sweetest times. Mary Grace Brown is survived by her older sister Renee Holmes of Sacramento California, her Daughter, Bonnie Doughty and Son in law Jim, of Auburn California, Son Mark Brown and Daughter in law Jean Marie Of Long Beach California, Son Matthew Brown and Daughter in law Diane Suzuki of Los Angeles California, and two Grand Children, Cauleen and Ellie Doughty of Auburn California. We will love and miss you forever Mom. You have left us too soon. A private Memorial will be held at Echo Lake in the Sierra Nevada Mountains to celebrate Moms' life. A place where our extended family spent many joyful summers.
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Published in The Sacramento Bee on June 26, 2016
Butler, Virginia M. "Ginny" - Sacramento  
Virginia M. "Ginny" Butler, peacefully and lovingly went into the arms of the Angels on June 25, 2016. Survived by her daughters, Nina and (son) Dave Develey, and JoAnn McLaughlin, grandson Chad (Kellie), grand-daughter Nichole (Jeremy), great-grand-daughters Jazmine and Brooklyn, brother Michael Del Negro, Uncle Angelo Paganelli, and numerous nieces and nephews. Ginny was born in Cincinnati, Ohio to Michaelangelo and Clara Del Negro on November 28, 1926 and married the love of her life, Clifford Butler, on June 1, 1946, in which they are now together for eternity. Ginny was a Moms Mom and an example for every mother. Her family was always first and foremost and she was loved by all who knew her gracious kind heart. Ginny was very artistic, loved music, loved to read and above all loved her family the Italian way. Who will make the meatballs, braciole and spaghetti like Mom? There are not enough words to express the love her family has for her and she will forever be tucked tightly in our hearts and desperately missed. A celebration of her life will be held on Saturday, July 2, 2016, 1:00 p.m. at Nina and Dave's home in which you may email Nina at NDeveley@comcast.net for address and directions. In lieu of flowers, a donation to a charity of your choice was Ginny's wish.
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Published in The Sacramento Bee on June 29, 2016
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