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Wicks, Archie - Atascadero  
Archie Wicks Archie Jay Wicks, of Atascadero, croaked (His word. You would understand, if you knew him) on Friday, June 10, 2016, at Twin Cities Hospital. Archie was born the eighth child of nine in July 1933 in Santa Barbara, Calif. He had resided in the North County for the past 75 years. He was a graduate of Paso Robles High School, Class of 1951. Archie was a Korean War Veteran and was proud to have served his country. He was a longtime retail clerk for Safeway in Paso Robles and Atascadero. Nothing was more important to him than his family and his love for his Lord Jesus. Archie is survived by his wife of nearly 61 years, Patsy Wicks, as well as his son and daughter-in-law, Randy and Debbi Wicks and son and daughter-in-law Rick and Margaret Wicks; grandchildren: Andi (Justin) Malone, Mason (Remy) Wicks, Mandi (Nate) Merkle, Shandi (Garrett) Cowan, Erin Wicks McNellis and Morgan Wicks; eight great- grandchildren, his sister Byby Root of Paso Robles and numerous nephews and nieces. Arrangements are being handled by Chapel of the Roses and a Memorial Service is planned for Sunday, June 26, 2016, at Trinity Lutheran Church, 940 Creston Rd., Paso Robles, Calif., at 2:00pm. Sign his guestbook at
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Published in San Luis Obispo Tribune on June 23, 2016
Willard, Bob  
Bob Willard Robert A. "Bob" Willard, 72, passed on to his eternal home with Jesus Christ on May 10th, 2016, at his home in Atascadero, with family at his side. He was born in 1943 in San Pedro, Calif., to Robert A. and Alice E. Willard. As a young man, Bob was an avid surfer. He was self- employed as a property developer, a gifted artist and a diligent student of God's Word. He was preceded in death by his parents but is survived by three sisters and two brothers. A private memorial service was held in his home on May 21. As requested, his remains were cremated and scattered in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of California. Sign his guestbook at
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Published in San Luis Obispo Tribune on June 19, 2016
Williams, Vivian  
Vivian Williams Vivian Rosalie Williams (Ravenhill), 94, passed away on June 4, 2016, at her home in Arroyo Grande, California. A private ceremony celebrating her life will be held in Morro Bay, California. Vivian was born in 1921 in Boulogne Sur Mer, France, to Harold and May Ravenhill. She grew up in Gisborne, New Zealand. She was a gifted student and earned many awards for scholarship and elocution. She was awarded a scholarship to the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts and Sciences in London, but World War II interrupted what might have been a career as an actress. She met her husband, Edwin J. Williams, a soldier in the U.S. 8th Army Air Corps, during the war. Her first two daughters were born in England and the oldest one near London during the Air Raids. Soon after the war ended she joined Ed in America where she lived the rest of her life. Her places of residence were mainly in Mt. Prospect, Illinois, and Arcadia, California. Vivian was employed as a Personnel Director and Medical Records Librarian at Santa Teresita Hospital in Duarte, Calif. Later she worked as a Medical Transcriptionist in Arcadia, continuing in this profession until she was 80 years old. Vivian spent most of her life raising her children and spending time with family. She enjoyed travelling to new places and especially loved the ocean. Vivian is preceded in death by her husband of 37 years, Edwin Joseph Williams; her parents, Harold and May Ravenhill; sister, Joan Victoria Gilbert, and grandson, Paul Oberholtz. Vivian is survived by her children: Jennifer Oberholtz (Dewey) of Ivins, Utah; Vicki of Arroyo Grande, Calif.; Nancy Mills of Arroyo Grande, Calif.; Edwin (Cindy) of Meridian, Idaho; and Randal (Lisa) of Orcutt, Calif.; seven grandchildren: Glenn, John and Amy Oberholtz, Rodney and Ryan Williams and Chelsea and Todd Mills and their spouses, as well as six great- grandchildren and four nieces. Sign her guestbook at
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Published in San Luis Obispo Tribune on June 19, 2016
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