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Chapman, Carlos M.  
Chapman, Carlos M. Passed away on May 17, 2015 with his beloved family by his side. Born the youngest child on July 27, 1947 in Charleston, SC to Clay and Helen Watts Chapman; he was preceded in death by his brothers Billy and Walter (LaVida) and is survived by his sister Sandy (Lee) Smith. Carlos was married and survived by his wife Wendy A. Chapman of 45 years. He is also survived by his two sons Scott (Sonia) and Michael Chapman. Carlos proudly served in the USAF and was a veteran of the Vietnam War. He enjoyed restoring cars, walking his dogs at the river, and helping others in need. Carlos was deeply loved by many and will be greatly missed. Carlos will be interred in East Lawn Cemetery in August 2015 to be followed by a Celebration of Life Memorial.
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Published in The Sacramento Bee on May 24, 2015
FONG, George Lum  
Fong, George Lum 84, passed away at home May 18 after a tough battle with cancer. He was a loving father, husband, and a true friend to those who knew him. George worked as a farmer for over 50 years in Walnut Grove. He is survived by his wife of 61 years (Eleanor), his 3 children (Bruce, Stephanie, and Scott) and 2 grandchildren (Zachary and Zaron). Memorial service will be held on May 29 at 11am, East Lawn Memorial Park, Folsom Blvd., Sacramento. Visitation will also be available on May 28 from 4pm-8pm.
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Published in The Sacramento Bee on May 24, 2015
Funk, Kenneth LeRoy  
Funk, Kenneth LeRoy Age 79, was born December 15, 1935 in American Falls, ID & passed away May 12, 2015 in Roseville, CA after complications due to a heart attack. Ken, a resident of Citrus Heights, CA, was preceded in death by his wife of 40 years, Lynne, who was the love of his life. He is survived by his son Aaron Funk, daughter-in-law Amber Funk, and grandchildren Tristan, Fiona & Alyssa Funk. Also remembered by his siblings: Euleda Auernig, Ray & Betty Funk of Eagle, ID, and Alan & Connie Funk of Aberdeen, ID. He dedicated his life to teaching the blind & deaf after graduating from Westminster College and San Francisco State University. Ken, a special education teacher & technologist for San Juan Unified School District, retired after 30+ years of service. Over the years he volunteered for many causes such as the ALS Society, Sacramento Center for Assistive Technology, and Books for the Blind. Most recently he shared his love of trains by spending over 3000 hours as a docent at the California State Railroad Museum. Ken was heavily involved with his church, most notably as a former organist and a past vestry member. Memorial Service June 7, 2015 3:00pm at St. Francis Episcopal Church, 11430 Fair Oaks Blvd, Fair Oaks, CA 95628. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations to the California State Railroad Museum Foundations can be made at http://www.csrmf.org/support-the-museum
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Published in The Sacramento Bee on May 24, 2015
Grigsby, Lena Mae  
Grigsby, Lena Mae A resident of Sacramento, passed away May 12, 2015. Preceded in death by her parents, brothers, sisters, husband, Hiawatha Grigsby and two sons, Hiawatha Grigsby, Jr. (Lestena) and Earnest Grigsby. Beloved mother of Matthew Grigsby, Mattie Lacefield (Gregory), and Catherine Renia Rogers. Loving grandmother of 11 grandchildren, 15 great-grandchildren, and 4 great-great grandchildren, and also survived by a host of other loving relatives and friends. Friends are welcome for visitation at Morgan Jones Chapel of Chimes, 4200 Broadway on Tuesday, May 26, 2015 from 4- 7pm and may attend her funeral service on Wednesday, May 27, 2015 at 11am at Shiloh Baptist Church, 3565- 9th Avenue. Interment will follow at Camellia Memorial Lawn.
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Herman, Sheila Kathleen  
Herman, Sheila Kathleen Sheila Kathleen Herman, born and raised in Bury St. Edmunds, England. She passed away quietly at her home in Folsom, California, on May 15, 2015. She was 76 years old. Survived by her husband, Richard of 38 years; her son, Neil Henderson, her sister, Jean Needham and her brother, Peter Abbott. In lieu of flowers, contributions to The American Cancer Society would be appreciated.
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Hicks, Theautry Mason  
Hicks, Theautry Mason Jan. 14, 1923 - May 15, 2015 A might woman of God has finally received her crown of glory for the great example she shown her children, grandchildren, sister, aunt and dear friends. She walked by faith not by sight. She leaves to c elebrate her transition her children; Paulette Jenkins (Earl), Veronica Fletcher (James), Betty Nash (Stanley), Johnny Hicks Jr. ( Suzanne), Rev. Tyrone Hicks (Rev. Phyllis), Jerry Hicks (Gail), Victor Hicks, Bryant Hicks (Carmelia), Sibling; Esther Elcans, Catherine Holly, Elizabeth Holly Brown (George), Willie James Holly (Pricilla), Guy Holly Jr. (Barbara), sister-in-law Ann Holly, and a host of grandchildren, great-grandchildren, great-great-grandchildren, cousin nieces, nephews, friends, and her Church Family. All are welcome for visitation, May 27, 4-7pm at Morgan Jones Chapel of Chimes, 4200 Broadway and attended her homegoing celebration of life at Murph Emmanuel AME Church, 4151 Don Julio Blvd. Interment at Camellia Memorial Lawn.
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Inglett, Margie (Rowland)  
Inglett, Margie (Rowland) 4/19/1923 - 5/20/2015 Surrounded by her loving family, she passed away due to complications from a recent fall. She is now reunited in Heaven with the love of her life, Ivan (G.I.) Inglett. Theirs was a storybook union of the boy and girl next door that lasted over 62 years until his death in 2005. She is survived by her loving children Diane (Frank) Kerze, Mike (Melody) Inglett, grandsons Bob (Cindy) Kerze, Alex (Brandy Saige) Inglett and great-grandchild Cambria Kerze. Also survived by brother-in-law Terry Inglett and sister-in-law Susie Kinney and many nieces and nephews of whom she was closest to Claire Stewart and Barbara Adams. She was also preceded in death by parents, Charles and Edith Rowland, siblings Rita Stewart, Una Hale, Edith Reeves, Dorothy Adams and Stanley Rowland. Margie was born and raised In Roseville and was a graduate of Roseville High School and was retired from the State of California. Her greatest enjoyment in life was spending time with her family, keeping up with all sports, especially the 49ers and Giants and of course casino trips with family. Her smile and positive outlook on life is something we will always remember. Mom and Dad were always there for us and we were very blessed to return that gift to them at the end of their lives. Friends and family are invited to the visitation Tuesday, May 26, 2015 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. and the funeral service Wednesday, May 27, 2015 at noon at Cochrane-Wagemann 103 Lincoln St. Roseville, CA 95678.
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Published in The Sacramento Bee on May 24, 2015
KUTUVINIS, George  
Kutuvinis, George Our dear brother, uncle and friend passed away peacefully at his Sacramento home on May 15, 2015, just one month shy of his 85th birthday. He was surrounded by pictures of his family, special memories of family gatherings, and the love of his family. We will miss the loud sound of his prized possession, a 1968 Ranchero, pulling up to our home for one of those visits. George was born in Vallejo, California, and raised in Sacramento since he was two years old. He was preceded in death by his parents, Nick and Demetra Kutuvinis, who immigrated to the U.S.A. from Greece, and by his sister Anna Countryman. His service and commitment to his family, church, and community was unconditional. His big loves in life were those family gatherings, involvement with the Masonic Lodge, Scottish Rite, and Shriners and the charities they encompass, watching his great nephew Lucas with great pride at his baseball games, restoring cars and spending time with his long time best friend, Dick Bertolucci, and enjoying coffee with muffins or donuts or bagels with his nephew/Godson Paul. George was proud of his military service in the U.S. Army during the Korean War, and later earned the rank of Colonel in the U.S. Air Force reserve before retiring from his work at McClellan Air Force Base, having trained and mentored many along the way in his field of machinery. George was a member of the Masonic Lodge, Tehama # 3. He was also a member of the Scottish Rite, where he received the honor of the 33rd degree, and went on to become a member of the Ben Ali Shrine, where he was the Chairman of the Financial Committee for many years. As an avid car enthusiast, he also was a member in the Classic Auto Unit, and was also Chairman of the Greeters Unit for several years. George also was a member of the Royal Order of Jesters. In all of these fraternal organizations, George was one of the most highly respected and loved members and a mentor to many. He will be greatly missed by his large, extended family, his friends, and all who knew him. He is survived by his sisters Alice Teri, Kaye, and Ellie; nieces D'Anne and Mia and her husband Tom; nephew Paul Lane and his wife Cynthia; Godson and nephew Paul Curtin and his wife Patricia; great nieces AnaSofia, and Kate; Godson and great nephew Julius and his wife Ashley; great nephews Aeneas, Matthew, Quinn, Andrew, Kyle and his wife Krysteen, and Jessie; great grand nephew Dylan and great grand niece Payton; and his great love and long-time companion Rosemary. George was baptized by the Greek organization G.A.P.A. and was a devoted lifelong member. A Trisagion service is scheduled for Thursday, May 28, at 6 p.m. at the Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church, 600 Alhambra Blvd., Sacramento. A funeral service for our dear Theo George will be held at the same church Friday, May 29, at 11 a.m., with a burial to follow at Odd Fellows Cemetery that will include military honors and a Masonic Service. Donations can be made to Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church Building Fund. The family wants to thank Lind Mortuary (Carla and Louie) for their tremendous help in handling everything in such a caring and thoughtful manner during this trying time.
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Published in The Sacramento Bee on May 24, 2015
Leidy, Alfred Leymer  
Leidy, Alfred Leymer Alfred Leymer Leidy passed away peacefully on May 18, 2015 at the age of 92 at his home in Gold River, California, surrounded by his family. "Al" as he preferred to be called among friends was born in Reno, Nevada, on November 7, 1922, to parents Louise Henriette Helene Leymer and George Royal Leidy. Shortly after Al's birth the family moved to San Diego, California, where they made their permanent home. At the outbreak of World War Il, Al joined the United States Marine Corps in 1942. He loved the Marine Corps and made his first career in the Corps, rising from the rank of private to Lieutenant Colonel at his retirement 23 years later. In addition to his service during World War II, Al served as a China Marine, multiple tours in the Korean War, the Cuban missile crisis, and the Vietnam War with additional tours of duty in Guam and Japan. Back in the States Al served at Headquarters Marine Corps, Quantico, Virginia, and Camp Pendleton, California. He finished his Marine career in 1966 as the Inspector-Instructor of the 2nd Battalion, 23rd Marine Reserves in Santa Monica, California. Al's second career was equally interesting as his first. After leaving the Marine Corp, Al accepted a position as Assistant to the Comptroller at the University of California, Berkeley, California. From that position he took on the position of Comptroller at San Francisco State University in San Francisco where he later accepted the position of Vice President of San Francisco State. Al's career in higher education spanned another 20 years before his second retirement in 1986. During World War II, Al married Elizabeth May Johnston on May 20, 1944, a marriage that spanned 71 years. Al is survived by Elizabeth and his two sons George Royal "Roy" Leidy of Carmichael, California, and Robert "Rob" Alfred Leidy of Oakland, California. Al is also survived by seven grandcliddren. Al enjoyed his retirement years and was active in numerous civic and military organizations, included SIRS, MOAA, VFW, and the Carmichael Elks Lodge. He loved to dance with his friends, play golf, spend time in the Sierra's, and travel the World with Elizabeth. He was a caring husband and father and he will be missed. A private family service will be held. Semper Fidelis Marine, Husband, Father!
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Loretz, Helen Ann (Lucas)  
Loretz, Helen Ann (Lucas) 1934 - 2015 Helen was a loving mother, grandmother and friend. Survived by 3 children. Eldest daughter Nadine Parish, daughter Carol Loretz and son Allen Loretz. Her eldest son, George Loretz, passed in 2010. Helen passed in her own home of natural causes at the end of a long and full life. Those that knew her will remember her wild sense of humor and her frequent and amazing laugh. A child of The Great Depression she lived a frugal and no-nonsense life. A lover of books she earned a respectable education and spent most of her free time researching, writing and disseminating data. Helen requested that there be no memorial service and opted for cremation. Her ashes will be scattered at sea, in the same place of remembrance as were her father's in honor of her close connection to him. Flowers will be scattered, as they drift across the waves, symbols of the vibrancy, beauty and color that she brought to the world.
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