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CARSLON, Barbara J. (Zoerb) Born July 26, 1926 in Milwaukee, WI, Barbara passed away peacefully in her sleep March 30, 2014 in Fair Oaks, CA. Her loving family will miss her dearly. Barb's 87 years included many achievements and cherished memories. She graduated from high school with academic honors and went on to graduate from UW Madison in 1949, majoring in math & chemistry and was a member of Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Xi Delta and AAUW. A competitive athlete, Barbara was a teenage city tennis champion, and later a founding member of the Ancil Hoffman Women's Golf Assoc., achieving a single digit handicap. She moved to Sacramento in 1950 with her first husband, the late Peter J. Werner, and began her professional career as a chemist for CA Dept. of Transp., and later Campbell Soup Co. Peter and Barbara raised two children together. In 1975 Barbara remarried to Robert F. Carlson, and pursued her teaching career of 26 years with Adult Education for SJUSD. Barb was an accomplished pianist and enjoyed golf, bridge, working in her beautiful rose garden and traveling worldwide. She is survived by son Kevin Werner (Linda) of Medinah, IL; daughter Kerry Fitzpatrick (Jim) of Citrus Heights, CA; grandchildren Erik, Amy & Ian; siblings William Carpenter and Ruth Taylor, both of Denver, CO. Information for a celebration of Barbara's life may be obtained from her family. In lieu of flowers donations may be made in her name to: The First Tee of Greater Sacramento www.thefirstteesacramento.org or Green Valley Hospice Charity Foundation www.GreenVHospice.com. Read Obituary
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1940 - 2014 Born on May 3, 1940, Steve passed away unexpectedly and peacefully in his sleep on Tuesday, April 8, 2014 at the age of 73. His character revealed devotion, honesty, seriousness, but most of all, playfulness. Steve always provided humor and laughter wherever he went. He was most known for joking with and giving those around him a hard time. He was skillful at everything, and would aid anyone who needed assistance. Steve was preceded in death by his daughter, Donna, who welcomed him with open arms. You could not ask for a better husband, father, grandfather, and great-grandfather. After 53 years of marriage, he is survived by his wife, Jeannine Benoit. Father to Susan (Mike), Cathy (Nick), and Douglas (Michelle). Grandfather to Caprice, Aaron, Desmond, Casey, Leah, Dylan, Brynna, Rachel, Michael, Nathan, and Tony. Great-grandfather to Kira and Donovan. The adorable family pet, Roxy, also survives him. Steve put in 20 years in the Air Force and was a Vietnam Veteran. After retiring, he began a second career and worked as a structural iron worker in Local 118, which he worked aside his son for many years. He spent most of his life and retirement bowling, skeet shooting, hunting, and destroying clay with the tens of thousands of rounds he reloaded. Family and friends are respectfully invited to attend a funeral mass on Tuesday, April 15, 2014, at 10:30 am at Saint Lawrence Catholic Church, 4325 Don Julio Blvd, North Highlands. Read Obituary
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