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Dailey, Robert David "Mo" - Diamond Springs  
Robert "Mo" David Dailey of Connellsville, PA born on July, 24, 1928 passed away in Diamond Springs, CA on Friday, May 13, 2016. Robert was married to Carolyn Kay Dailey on September 28, 1957. Robert was an army veteran, retired from Proctor and Gamble after 24 years and active with his church. Robert helped set up St Charles church In South Sacramento and attended service there for over 30 years. After moving to Diamond Springs he was a parishioner at St. Patrick's church for 20 years. Robert enjoyed traveling, spending time with family and donuts. Robert was a hard-working, family man with a sense of humor the whole family loved. Robert always had a joke or a funny story to liven up any family gathering. Robert is survived by his wife of 59 years, Carolyn, son Timothy, daughter Kathleen, daughter-in-law Jill, his brother James, sister-in-law Margaret, grandson Maxwell, granddaughter Madeline and numerous nieces and nephews. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held Tuesday 5/24/2016 at 11:00am, visitation at 10:00am, St. Patrick Catholic Church, 3109 Sacramento St., Placerville, CA. Interment will follow at St. Mary's Cemetery, 6700 21st Ave., Sacramento, CA. In lieu of flowers donations may be made, in Robert's name, to St. Patrick Catholic Church, 3109 Sacramento St., Placerville, CA 95667 or the Veteran Affairs, El Dorado County, 130 Placerville Dr., Placerville, CA 95667. Online condolences may be posted at www.chapelofthepinesfunerals.com
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Published in The Sacramento Bee on May 19, 2016
Del Porto, Dora E. - Sacramento  
Born on 1/19/1920 in East Sacramento and lived all her life there until she moved into The WaterLeaf at Land Park in 2009. Died 5/13/2016 in Sacramento. Graduated from Sacramento High School in 1938. Retired from the State of California in 1978 with 24+ years of service as an office assistant. 68-year member and past president of the Sacramento Lodge, Sons of Italy. Former member of the Dante Club Auxiliary. Danced with several folk dancing groups. Devoted wife, mother and grandmother. Always had a sparkle in her eye, busy hands, and a compassionate heart. Preceded in death by her parents, Pietro and Eletta Malerbi, her husband, Joseph A. Del Porto, her brother Louis V. Malerbi and his wife Bertha. Survived by her son, Donald Del Porto (Carol) of Sacramento and grandchildren Anthony Del Porto (Monica Hernandez) of Oakland, CA and Christina Del Porto (Thomas White) of Pacific Grove, CA. and nieces and nephews. The Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10:00 A.M. on Saturday, May 21, 2016 at Sacred Heart Church, 39th and J Streets, Sacramento. Burial to follow at St. Mary's Cemetery. There will be a reception afterwards. The family wishes to express utmost gratitude to the care-givers and support staff at Water Leaf who provided love and care for Dora throughout the years. In lieu of flowers or charitable contributions, please remember her with a good thought. Arrangements by Nicoletti, Culjis & Herberger Funeral Home.
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Published in The Sacramento Bee on May 18, 2016
DeVore, Carol Joanne - Sacramento  
Carol Joanne DeVore, age 63, died at home in San Marcos, CA, on May 3, 2016. The cause was metastatic cancer. Carol was devoted to her children, grand-children, and her beloved dog Happy. She was passionate about photography, loved home decorating, Christmas, Hallmark movies, and cokes from the McDonald's drive-thru. She had a deep appreciation for the outdoors. She taught herself to play the guitar and spent hours doing it. She enjoyed shopping for plants and keeping flowers in bloom on her patio. Carol was born in 1952 to Alice and Henry Miller. She attended Burbank High School, Consumes River College and Sacramento State University. In 2012 Carol was diagnosed with her cancer. In 2014, Carol retired and moved closer to her daughter in Southern California. Throughout her illness, Carol focused on gratitude. She cherished life! Carol leaves behind her son Marc, daughter Jodi, son-in-law Tobin, and grandchildren Matthew and Carter, as well as her mother Alice, Aunt Lonnie, brother Jerry, sister Ida Mae and other aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. In keeping with Carol's wishes, there will not be a service.
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Published in The Sacramento Bee on May 20, 2016
Dickens, Archie Lee - Sacramento  
Archie Lee Dickens was born on January 10, 1942 in Oxon Hill, North Carolina to Lee Earnest Jackson and Bethona Dickens. Passed away on May 8, 2016 in Sacramento, CA. He grew up on 10th and C Street in Washington D.C., played in the pools of the White House and went to the first integrated high school, Archbishop Carroll. Archie graduated in the top 10% of his class. After High School, he enlisted in the United States Air Force in February 1964 where he served for 26 years and retired as a Master Sergeant. On August 23, 1976 he married the love of his life Pauline Gibbons in New Market, England. He is survived by his spouse, four children,10 grandchildren and many friends and loved ones. Services will be held on Sunday, May 29 at 2:00 pm at the Sacramento Valley National Cemetery located in Dixon.
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Published in The Sacramento Bee on May 22, 2016
Doi, Osame Hayashi - Sacramento  
After 91 years of a full and purposeful life, Osame Hayashi Doi passed away peacefully on May 1, 2016. Born in Salinas, California, Osame was the 6th and youngest child of her family. At the time of WWII, Osame completed her high school education in a Japanese American internment camp (Poston, AZ), where persons of Japanese ancestry on the West Coast were detained by Executive Order 9066. From the internment camp, Osame was selected for a Quaker sponsorship to attend Lankenau School of Nursing in Philadelphia. In the decades that followed, Osame sustained a productive career as a Registered Nurse in both medical and mental health settings. Osame married her beloved husband Arthur Doi in 1949. They were in their 67th year of marriage upon her death. A devoted mother to Kathryn (Howard Ferrier), Susan, and Carol (deceased 1972), Osame was also the proud grandmother and great grandmother of her grandson Andrew Ferrier (Katie), Colin, and Charlotte, and granddaughter Lisa Ferrier (Dan Johnson), Josephine, and Evelyn. Osame was a longstanding and active member of Parkview Presbyterian Church. She was loved for her warmth, humor, and kindness. Noted to be a talented artist and avid gardener, Osame enjoyed many activities including travel, poetry writing, yoga, and singing in the church choir. A celebration of her life will be held by her family and loved ones from near and far. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to Parkview Presbyterian Women (727 T St., Sacramento 95811), ACC Senior Services (7334 Park City Dr., Sacramento 95831), or Belle Cooledge Library (5600 S. Land Park Dr., Sacramento 95822).
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Published in The Sacramento Bee on May 22, 2016
Dunlap, Virginia "Sue" - Sacramento  
Passed away on May 13, 2016 at the age of 80. Virginia is survived by her husband, Kenneth C. Dunlap, of 53 years, by her daughters Crystal Dunlap and Kendra F. Dunlap, three sisters and a host of nieces and nephews. Virginia lived in Sacramento since 1964 and worked as a Registered Nurse. She will be dearly missed. Funeral services will be held on May 21, 2016 at 1pm at Morgan Jones Funeral Home Chapel of Chimes, 4200 Broadway, Sacramento, CA 95822.
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Published in The Sacramento Bee on May 19, 2016
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