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Camp, Vivian Ann  
Born Oct. 25, 1943; passed away peacefully at her home in Elk Grove on December 16th surrounded by family. With a large collection of friends, Vivian was much loved by all who knew her. A beautiful and talented woman, she was always giving of her time and good nature. Survived by loving husband, Gordon of Elk Grove and son, Brandon of Reno and son, Ray of Connecticut; she joins son, Michael.
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CAMPAGNA, Carl Mario  
CAMPAGNA, Carl Mario Of Roseville, CA, December 11, 2014, a native of Boston, Massachusetts, aged 87 years. Beloved husband of Evelyn Campagna, and cherished brother of Yole Ames. Friends are invited to attend the Mass of Christian Burial on Monday, December 22, 2014 at 10:00 AM at HOLY FAMILY CATHOLIC CHURCH (7817 Old Auburn Rd, Citrus Heights, CA). PRICE FUNERAL CHAPEL (725-2109), directors.
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Chapman, Ethel Bernice  
Ethel Chapman died peacefully in her sleep in Sacramento on December 2, 2014, just thirty-seven days short of her 100th birthday. She was pre-deceased by her loving husband William P. Chapman "Bill" to whom she was married for 70 years. She will be deeply missed by her children, Michael W., Roberta Sue Conover, Robert D., Lewis P., and Timothy W., their wives Betty, Kitti, and Suzanne, grandchildren Craig, Kristy Van Skike, Stephanie Ferre, Jeff Conover, Kenneth Conover, Paula Isham, Taryn Kilmer, Jenner, and Makenna, and great grandchildren Sydney, Delaney, Anthony, Reid, Nicholas, Eli and Leo. Ethel was fortunate to enjoy an active and wonderful life until just the past year when she faced a number of health challenges. The family wishes to thank the many doctors and staff at Kaiser Hospital Morse Avenue and Eskaton-Fair Oaks for their superb and thoughtful care. During this past year she lived in assisted living and then in the Garden unit at the Chateau at River's Edge. The family greatly appreciates the compassionate care provided by the staff at the Chateau. Ethel was born in the rural village of Newberry in the upper peninsula of the state of Michigan on January 8, 1915. She was the middle child of 11 children in the Nicholls family, all of who have pre-deceased her. She and Bill were married in Newberry, Michigan on August 23, 1936. Their first three children, Mike, and then Sue and RD were born in upper Michigan. The family moved to Sacramento, California in 1949 where Ethel added Lewis and Tim to her family. Ethel devoted the majority of her life to her family but after her children grew up she worked as a clerk at the State of California Printing Plant from where she retired in 1980. Ethel and Bill were dedicated adventurers. After they both retired they traveled in an RV continuously throughout North America for over ten years, and enjoyed international travel as well. They were an inspiration to their children who have tried to follow their example. Ethel's energy, upbeat mood and wonderful laugh were loved by her family and gained Ethel and Bill a large circle of friends, most of whom they outlived. All of Ethel's family wish to thank her for providing a great example of how to love others and lead a long and productive life. A memorial event will be held by the family to celebrate Ethel's life. The family requests that, in lieu of flowers, donations be sent to the donor's charity of choice in memory of Ethel.
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CHARLTON, Carolynn  
CHARLTON, Carolynn Carolynn, age 66, passed away on December 10th, 2014. All who knew and loved her will be remembering her on the 28th of December, 5:00pm, at her home (call for details 916-972-7106).
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Cheney, Duane W.  
CHENEY, Duane W. Duane W. Cheney went home to be with his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ November 29, 2014 at the age of 50 years after a long illness. He was born in Yakima, Washington on March 13, 1964 spending his teenage years in Medford, Oregon. He was ushered into heaven by his sister Debbie, brother Don and Mother Grace. He will be greatly missed by Angie, his wife of 25 years, his sons Trevor and Ethan (Alisha), and daughters Karlie and Kendal. His courage and positive attitude was an inspiration to all who knew him. Duane graduated from Oregon State University with a degree in Business Administration, a minor in Computer Science. He began his career at EDS servicing Blue Shield of California in San Francisco and Folsom. Following his passion he started Business Advantage Consulting in 2000. A resident of Gold River, California, Duane was a leader in his church, Capital Christian Center, where he and his family attended for 20 years, serving for many years as a choir member and as a member of the church board. Duane was passionate about spending time with family and friends, exploring new places and making new memories. Holidays were always spent together with family in Medford, Oregon. Family and friends say goodbye for now. We will be reunited soon. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Duane's favorite charities; K-Love Radio, Capital Christian School or Alternatives Pregnancy Center. Services will be held in the chapel of Capital Christian Center, Sacramento, California, December 18, 2014 at 1:00 PM.
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Clark, Lynne Kathryn (Miltner)  
CLARK, Lynne Kathryn (Miltner) Born Nov. 20, 1953, died unexpectedly in her sleep the morning of Dec 10, 2014. Lynne was the loving, devoted wife of John E. Clark; mother of Sarah (deceased), Michael (Eva), Timothy, Robert (deceased), Andrew (Tempe) & Summer (Jacob); grandmother of Claudia, Josiah, Aiden, Kyla, Dublin, Kenzie & Violette; sister to Stevie Odom (Ashland, OR.). After nurturing her lively children with tenderness and warmth, there was no uncertainty where her heart lay. Displaying never-ending patience, Mom put band-aids on booboos, slept side by side with little sick ones and was always available with a shoulder to cry on. She was the glue that bound the family throughout the years, always bringing calm and pleasantness whenever she was around. Seamlessly moving from being a doting mother and grandmother to professional photographer and photography teacher, she took great pleasure in expressing her deep artistic side through her photographs. Selfless thoughtfulness was the hallmark that defined Lynne and the trait that captivated all who came to know her. The crushing pain of losing her is gently lightened by the knowledge that she was openly joyful and content with what she had created with her life. A Memorial to honor Lynne will be held Sat., Dec. 20, 2014 11:30am at La Provence Restaurant & Terrace, 110 Diamond Creek Pl., Roseville, CA 95747.
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Consulo, Daren Benjamin - Roseville  
CONSULO, Daren Benjamin Passed away suddenly on December 10, 2014. He was born in Sacramento on September 6, 1963, to Nat and Lawanda Consulo, both deceased. He is survived by his only child, John Francisco (Frank) Consulo, Frank's mother, Amber Bonawitz Consulo, his siblings, Sharon Webb (Noel), Daryl (Tammy) and Dave (Andra), and seven nieces and nephews; Jessica, Alexandra, Nick, Natalee, Benjamin, Brandon and Jase. He leaves behind many dear friends and extended family. Daren graduated from Roseville High School and worked for the City of Roseville, and later, for the City of Folsom as a Recycling Specialist. He was a devoted and loving father to Frank and mentored his son's musical skills from a very early age. Together they performed frequently at a variety of venues as well as with their respective bands, primarily The Thurstin Owlz, The Aberzombie's and Curing Adam. Daren was an accomplished musician in his own right, but his greatest joy was to support Frank's youth bands and to make that music possible. Daren was especially proud of Frank's academic achievements and looked forward to college for his 16 year-old son. In Daren's memory, a college fund has been set up to help support his son's educational aspirations, Daren Consulo Memorial Fund c/o US Bank / Online donations@usbank.com. A Memorial Mass will be held Monday, December 22, 2014 at 11 am, beginning with a Rosary at St. Rose Catholic Church, 615 Vine Avenue, Roseville, followed by graveside blessing at the Roseville District Cemetery on Berry Street, Roseville. Afterward please join us in a celebration of Daren's life in Old Roseville at the Moose Lodge, 506 Lincoln Street. Please share love and memories on Daren's guestbook at www.cochranewagemann.com
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Cramer, Hazel  
Hazel passed away peacefully on Dec. 6 at age 96. She was born in Texas and lived in East Sac for more than 80 years. Her life reflected her interests in world travel, literature and foreign affairs. She was also a thoughtful and generous philanthropist to many local charities. Helen Jursch, her best friend of 60 years, faithfully cared for her in her later years. A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, Dec. 20 at 4 pm at Fremont Presbyterian Church where she was a life-long member.
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