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Keeter, Ethel Oneta  
KEETER, Ethel Oneta Oct. 22, 1916 - Jan. 14, 2015 Ethel passed away peacefully at the age of 98. She was born in Synder Texas. At the age of 24 she left the cotton fields of Texas, (once commenting on having picked 900 pounds in one day) and moved to San Diego. World War II was gearing up and she went to work at an ammunition factory. She met and married Chief Petty Officer, Roy Keeter, on Sept. 9, 1943. Roy Keeter preceded her in death in 1975. Ethel and Roy moved to Folsom, California in the late 1940s where Roy built them a home. Ethel spent her time as homemaker but also worked outside of the home. She and Roy are survived by their three children, Sewell, Jerri, Jane, five grandchildren, and nine great-grandchildren. Ethel was a devout Christian woman and even though she was not able to attend church in her later years she still tuned in the TV every Sunday for church services. She was active as a Campfire Girls Mom, Den Mother for the Cub Scouts, and a member of The Eastern Stars. She loved cooking and visiting with family and friends. She also enjoyed being in her garden tending to her flowers and vegetables. At 98 she was still very sharp, remembering birthdays with ease and staying up on current events, she was exceptional. She was a wonderful person and will be missed by those who loved her and those that called her their friend. Friends and family are invited to attend the funeral services at the Miller Funeral Home, Folsom, California Saturday January 24th at 2:00 PM. Miller's Funeral Home will be open for viewing Friday the 23rd from 4:00 PM until 8:00 PM. The website for the funeral home is www.millerfuneralhomefolsom. net
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KESSELL, Jerome W.  
KESSELL, Jerome W. Jerry passed away on January 12, 2015, surrounded by his family. He is survived by his wife Sherry, and children Terry, Mark W, Mark R, Kris, Tami and Becky, and several grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and great-great-grandchildren. He was born in Everett, WA on November 21, 1934 and spent 20 years working in the banking industry and 20 years in the USAF. He loved his family, golfing, camping, RVing, and building model railroads. A Celebration of Life will be held at 11am January 24th at Emerald Village Clubhouse, 710 Village Dr., Galt. His cremains will be placed at the Sacramento Valley National Cemetery in Dixon, January 27th, at 11:30am. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Wounded Warrior Project or charity of your choice.
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LECHMAN, Ruth E.  
LECHMAN, Ruth E. A memorial celebration has been planned for 11:00am on Friday, January 30, 2015 at Chapel of the Valley, 97 Vernon St., Roseville. Her burial will follow at Roseville Cemetery on Berry St.
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Lee, Fee Land - Sacramento  
LEE, Fee Land Fee Land Lee entered into the Lords presence on January 9, 2015. Born in Toison, China on July 18, 1924. Loving wife to Yeen K. Lee for 74 years. Devoted mother to Clarinda Fong (Arnold), Stephen Lee, Kenneth Lee (Eve) and Clara Tong (Steven). Caring grandmother to Brian Fong, Sarah Fong, Jenny Gutierrez, Lauren Tong and Kevin Tong. Great-grandmother to Jaden Fong and Lily Gutierrez. Fee Land came to the United States in 1949 and raised her family in Sacramento and Lodi, CA. She worked for 24 years at the Goehring Meat Company. Her greatest joys were spending time with her family, growing Chinese vegetables and cooking. Friends are welcome to a visitation on Thursday, January 22, 2015 from 5-8 p.m. at Harry A. Nauman & Son Funeral Home, 4041 Freeport Blvd., Sacramento. A funeral service will be held Saturday, January 24, 2015, 11:00 a.m. at Harry A. Nauman & Son Funeral Home, followed by interment at East Lawn Memorial Park, 4300 Folsom Blvd., Sacramento.
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Littlefield, Eugene (Gene)  
Eugene (Gene) was born in Pryor, OK to Henry Edward (Ed) Littlefield and Olga Conner-Littlefield. He spent 1 year as a Seabee, then returned to OK where he married Clara Watkins on September 4, 1948. Shortly after they married they moved to Sacramento, CA where they started their family. He was a devoted father to his children Connie Perryman (Dennis), Anthony Littlefield (deceased), Bonita Littlefield, Janet Hewitt (Chuck deceased), Gerald Littlefield, and Nancy Spitzer (Kenneth). He ...also leaves behind his much loved 10 grandchildren, 17 great grandchildren and one great-great grandchild, as well as his step sisters Beverly Owen, Sharon Huber, 1/2 brother Eddie Littlefield (deceased)1/2 sister LeAnn McMillan, and 1/2 brother Harry Littlefield. He was preceded in death by his wife of 66 years, Clara, his parents and his sister Helen Oyler. He and Clara moved to Rio Linda, CA in 1960 where they spent the next 53 years raising their family and enjoying their retirement. He spent the last 2 years living first with Nancy in Somerset and then with Janet in Citrus Heights. He retired in 1982 after working at Sacrament Pipe Works for 34 years as a member of the Boilermaker's Union. Following his retirement he enjoyed working in his garden, helping Clara in her cactus nursery and attending services at the Full Gospel Church in Sacramento. He will be laid to rest at Sunset Lawn Cemetery. Services will be at 1:00 on Saturday, the 24th, at the Full Gospel Church, 715 Claire Ave, Sacramento, CA. A potluck lunch will follow the service. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to Full Gospel Church, (mailing address) 6927 6th St, Rio Linda, CA 95673
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Published in The Sacramento Bee on Jan. 22, 2015
Locasio, Elizabeth Parker - Folsom  
Born August 29, 1929 in Martinsville, IN, and passed away peacefully on January 12, 2015 in Folsom, CA, at age 85 from complications of Parkinson's Disease. "Betty" is remembered as a good friend, loving mother and devout Christian. She was preceded in death by her husband of 56 years, Victor, who passed away in 2007, and daughter Lisa Beth who passed away in 1993. She is survived by her daughter, Ann Lee, of Austin, Texas and son Victor Wayne of Folsom. A memorial service will be held at Green Valley Mortuary on Saturday, January 31st at 12PM.
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Lombardo, Hazel Louise  
LOMBARDO, Hazel Louise (Grimes) Hazel was born in Buckeye, Arizona on April 10, 1923. Married to Jack Lombardo for 35 years. Worked as a legislative secretary for the California Legislature for 25 years. Also a member of Flairs Social Club and St. Anthony's Senior Club. Hazel is survived by sisters Dorothy Marshall, Margaret Hyder; daughter Carolyn, sons Lawrence and James Lombardo plus a host of loving grandchildren (8) and great grandchildren (5). Funeral service will be held at St. Anthony's Parish, 660 Florin Rd, Sacramento at 10:30am on January 22.
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Lytle, Ashlea Christine  
Ashlea Christine Lytle passed away on January 12, 2015 in Fair Oaks, California. Born July 24, 1987 in Anchorage Alaska, Ashlea is survived by her Mother, Dana Lynn Lytle (Rancho Cordova),Grand Parents Harold and Margaret (Stevie) Lytle (Orangevale), Boyd and Kay Carson, and Step Grandfather, Frank A. Dallon of Sandy Utah Ashlea's brother, Ian A. Lytle (wife Tiffany), three Uncles Donald Lytle, Bradey Carson (Connie), Kendal Carson (Mary Jean), Auntie Sunny A. Rainey (Thomas) and Numerous cousins; Danielle, Michael, Donald, James, Jennifer and many Carson cousins. Ashlea was preceded in death by her Father Cory Dale Carson of McGill Nevada and Grandfather Boyd D. Carson of Utah Ashlea was a kind loving young lady who loved movies with the girls including Miss Sophie. Ashlea loved to swim and Bar-B-Que at Folsom Lake, take road trips to the beach with girlfriends Seka, Trista, Laura and Teresa. Ashlea was studying at Heald Business College to become a Pharmacist Technician. In the final months of her life Ashlea was cared for by her Brother Ian and his wife Tiffany to whom we are very grateful. Ian stated that Ashlea confirmed to him her personal faith in God through his son Jesus. She passed away at home with her family by her side. Ashlea's legacy will live on in the memories of her family and friends who will never forget her for her sense of love, humor, determination and caring for others. Memorial Celebration will be held on January 26th at 11:00am at Miller Funeral Service 507 Scott St Folsom CA 95630
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MADRID, Henry Gregory  
MADRID, Henry Gregory Mar. 12, 1934-Jan. 2, 2015 Henry died peacefully on January 2, 2015. He was born in Ventura and raised in Oxnard, Ca. As a youth, Henry worked on a cattle ranch in Elko Nevada which led to his lifelong love for the outdoors. He spent later half of his life in and around Sacramento. Though Henry had a life long love of rural life, he derived his greatest pleasure from spending time with friends and family. He will be dearly missed. Henry is survived by his wife of 38 years Hortensia Madrid. Father to Mary, Elizabeth, Henry Jr, Ruben, Alice, Martha, and Ramon. Brother to Maxine, Alice, Pat, Trini, Helen, Adeline, Jean, Diane and Silverio. He was preceded in death by his mother Helen and his brothers Gilbert and Arnold. A Memorial Service will be held on January 28th at 10:00am at St Rose Catholic Church, 5961 Franklin Blvd., Sacramento, Ca. 95924.
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MARTON, Michael "Zoomie"  
MARTON, Michael "Zoomie" It is with a heavy heart that I must inform Zoomie's many friends of his passing on January 2, 2015. He was a god-fearing man that was always quick with a tall tale to entertain friends, could cook a mean mess of file gumbo, or lift a stout beverage to toast life in general. To meet Mike was a lasting experience. He was a Clamper brother from E. Clampus Vitus chapter 3, and was affectionately known as "Grandpa". He lived his life satisfactorily ... and it is so recorded! He now walks the Golden Hills with the Lord. Mike worked at Normac, Inc., in the warehouse, for over 10 years. "Zoomie" will be sorely missed by all that came in contact with him at Normac. Mike is survived by his dear mother Bev, who resides in Minnesota, along with his very dear sister Julie, whose heart aches with his passing. He has two sons, Matt and John, whose only wish is to have their father back again. They only need to know that we all share their grief. Mike always had a soft place in his heart for the less fortunate people on the street, so it was only natural, that when Mike fell on hard times, that he join his brethren in their quest to survive the down turns of their situation. Unfortunately, Mike succumbed to the elements that cold day in January. There will be no services for Mike. He will be interred with his mother at a later date. Considering the way Mike felt about people down-on-their-luck, it is only natural that any donations be made in Michael "Zoomie" Marton's name to Loaves and Fishes, The Sacramento Food Bank, or Senior Gleaners. He would have liked that. Go in peace with the Lord Mike. May God bless your kind heart always.
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