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LASELL, Marion A. Born on 8-16-1912 in Lodi Ca., passed on 7-3-2014 at the age of 101 from complications from surgery. Preceded in death by his parents Lester and Lillian Lasell, his wife, ElBoneta, and his brother Don, and his companion In later years, Helen Bunker. He is survived by his daughter, MaryAlice Waddell and husband Bub, his sister Lois Clark, grandchildren Art and his wife Kenna, Brett and his wife Regina, and Julie Lockwood. His great grandchidren are Kristie and her husband, Brandon Merola, Brandon, Courtney, Chris, and Tyler Waddell, and Colt and Cody Lockwood. The arrival in September of baby Aubrey Merola was to be his first great great grandchild. He Is also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. He is a descendent of a San Joaquin County Pioneer family and the the Pardee's of Palo Alto. He graduated from Tokay High School in Lodi, Ca. and attended Sacramento J.C. He married his high school sweetheart, ElBoneta Bull, in 1933. They made their home in Sacramento and he went to work for the California State Printing Office as a printer. In 1971 he retired. He was a member of the Fort Sutter Motorcycle Club and the Sacramento Sports Car Club where he and his wife had many wonderful escapades In their '60 Alpha Romeo. He and ElBoneta enjoyed traveling extensively. They collected many types of antiques on their journeys and added them to their family collection. He continued to travel with his brother, Don, and other family members. He enjoyed working in his shop and would build and repair almost anything you needed. He was a self taught musician and played the piano, organ, ukelele and the harmonica. He was an artist and always made the greeting cards for each family member. He wrote poetry and would quote many poems and limericks too. Almost 2 years ago his family and friends shared his 100th birthday party given by his family. Two days before entering the hospital the family celebrated a birthday party for both his great grandson, Brandon, and for his grandson Brett. It is a memory we shall always keep. A thank you to the staff at The Commons of Elk Grove and to the residents who shared the last 2 years in his company, and of course his "table mates, Art John and Richard. The doctors whose care he was under were amazed at his capacities and we thank them for their care along with the ICU staff at Sutter General Hospital . A memorial service is planned on July 19th at 2:00 in the chapel at Fremont Presbyterian Church, 5770 Carlson Drive, Sacramento CA 9S819. A Celebration of Life will be held at 4:30 at the Waddell home at 8894,Tavernor Road, Wilton, CA 95693. Come and share a story. In lieu of flowers, remembrances may be made to Fremont at previous address or to the charity of your choice.
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Bob Lawrie, a wonderful husband, father, brother, grandfather, uncle and friend, passed away on June 6th after a battle with Parkinson's Disease. Bob was 82 years old and would have celebrated his 55th wedding anniversary on June 20th with his wife Jan (Desenfants) Lawrie. Bob was born and lived his whole life in Sacramento. After serving our country in the Navy during the Korean War he returned home and graduated from Sacramento State University (class of 1959) where he met his wife Jan. Bob worked many years in the food sales industry and recently retired as the Recorder for the Sacramento Shrine office. A Mason and Shriner for over 55 years, Bob was extremely proud of his work which benifitted the Shriners Crippled Childrens' Hospital. In addition to being very active in the Shrine, he was an avid duck hunter who was able to hunt up until this past season. Very active in his young children's lives, he frequently coached their baseball and softball teams, giving to them that most precious of gifts: his time. Bob and Jan traveled to many wonderful places together, often with family and friends. In 2006, he voluntered to be a Civilian Volunteer for the Sacramento Sheriff's department in the event of a local emergency. Bob is survived by his wife Jan, his children Dean and Jill and their spouses Peggy Lawrie and Ben Nerone. Bob is also survived by his brother Tom Lawrie of Sacramento, his sisters-in-law Harriet Lawrie and Sally Bowlsbey, and his grandchildren Deneen and Stefani Lawrie, Gina and Kate Nerone, and many nieces and nephews. Bob was predeceased by his parents Archie and Asta Lawrie, brother Don Lawrie, sister-in-law Sharon Lawrie, and brother-in-law Bud Bowlsbey. A memorial celebration of Bob's life will be held on Monday, July 14 at 2:00 p.m. at the Shrine Center at 3262 Marysville Blvd., Sacramento. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made in Bob's name to the Shrine Childrens' Hospital, 2425 Stockton Blvd., Sacramento, CA 95817.
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LOWE, Jr., Egbert W. Egbert Wiley Lower Jr, "Bert" to family and friends, passed away peacefully Sunday June 29, 2014 in Sacramento, CA. He was 85. Born in Providence, RI he was the oldest of three children. His early childhood saw him witnessed the Hindenburg float overhead a week before its fateful day and the devastation of the 1938 Great NE Hurricane. He worked the family farm, was a paperboy, and pumped gas while growing up. Bert graduated from Cranston HS, with a brief stay at Brown University before enlisting in the Army. Noteworthy of his first tour of duty was his participation in the Berlin airlift. Bert left the Army in 1949 to study photography in LA. It wasn't long before the Korean War brought a recall from the Air Force. A few years later while stationed in Japan, Bert fell in love and remained contented over 59 years of which he wrote "getting married to my soul mate Tazuko has enriched my life and made me a better person". He faithfully served in the USAF until his retirement in 1975. His military career brought assignments all over the world: United States, Europe, and the Far East. He led his family on wonderful vacations, exploring sites throughout each locale. As a pen pal to a grandson he related how raising a family allowed him to grow and share his thoughts and beliefs with his children and then later becoming a grandparent, was his crowning achievement. His success evidenced by this grandson's sentiments; "Grandpa, I cherish all my fond memories of you and I will always hold them and you close to my heart. Thank you for being a part of my life" Bert delighted in reading, history, and baseball. Always in good physical condition, he was an avid cyclist relishing endurance rides well into his 60's. Bert is survived by his wife Tazuko; sons David, Thomas, Jaime; his sister Pat, and brother Bill. He is also survived by five grandsons and two great-grandchildren.
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