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Boxman, Arthur  
Arthur Boxman Arthur Paul Boxman was born in April 1950 in Philadelphia, Pa., and passed peacefully at his Cambria home on June 19, 2016. He had a rare and aggressive form of cancer that had only recently been diagnosed. Arthur is survived by his wife and companion of 43 years, Jill Quinn, as well as his mother Isabel Boxman, sister Carol, and three nieces whom he adored, Katie, Cassie, and Mollie. Arthur's love for music led to a forty-year career that started as a music and program director at a radio station in Colorado Springs and later led to LA where he enjoyed success in marketing and promotion for many well-known musicians. He was always keeping those who knew him entertained with the music he loved to share. Arthur was passionate about his family which also included the Dodgers and his dogs Bella and Sally. He was a beautiful soul and will be missed and cherished by so many. And the music will play on. Sign his guestbook at sanluisobispo.com/obituaries
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Published in San Luis Obispo Tribune on June 30, 2016
Briles, Charles  
Charles Briles Former TV and movie actor and stage director Charles "Chuck" Briles, formerly of Cambria, passed away at age 70 on June 12, 2016. Born in Gardena, Calif., Chuck was bitten by the acting bug at a young age. He performed as a teenager with the Kentwood Players of the Westchester Playhouse for several years; launching him on a professional acting career. Chuck performed in over 45 TV shows and movies. He was an original cast member of the popular television series "The Big Valley," playing Eugene Barkley, the youngest son of family matriarch Barbara Stanwyck. He also played a supporting role in the MGM Elvis Presley movie "The Trouble with Girls" in 1969. As an adult he turned his talent toward directing, winning many stage directing awards in Southern California. Chuck was also a highly successful writer, producer, and director of Industrial films for some 24 years with the Northrop Corporation of California. He was a talented, creative, and proud lifelong member of The Screen Actors Guild (SAG/AFTRA). He will be greatly missed by his family, colleagues, and friends. He is survived by his wife Kathy, of Orcutt, Calif.; his sister Carolyn Renno; sons Jason and Mike, and six grandchildren. A Celebration of his Life will take place this October in his beloved Cambria. Sign his guestbook at sanluisobispo.com/obituaries
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Published in San Luis Obispo Tribune on June 30, 2016
Jenkins, James  
James Jenkins James K. Jenkins, 77, passed away June 27, 2016. A native of Searcy, Arkansas, James was a veteran having served in the U.S. Navy from 1958 until 1962. He was a longtime Fresno resident and car dealer, moving to Pismo Beach in 1998. James is survived by his wife of 57 years, Mary Louise Jenkins; children: Lorrie Anderson (Ron), James Lynn Jenkins (Cindy), Doug Jenkins (Cheryl), and Andrea Hughes (Tom); eight grandchildren, three great-grandchildren and two great-granddaughters due to arrive in September and October; and his brother. A Memorial Service will be held at 6:00pm on Tuesday, July 5, 2016, at Marshall-Spoo Sunset Funeral Chapel in Grover Beach. Memorials may be directed in memory of James Jenkins to the Food Bank Coalition of San Luis Obispo Co., P.O. Box 2070, Paso Robles, Calif., 93447 or the Central Coast Leatherneck Honor Guard, 3940-7 Broad St., #357, San Luis Obispo, Calif., 93401. Sign his guestbook at sanluisobispo.com/obituaries
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Published in San Luis Obispo Tribune on June 30, 2016
Myracle, Brian  
Brian Myracle Brian Lee Myracle, who loved making others laugh and loved his family above all else, passed away on June 18, 2016, after a short battle with pancreatic cancer. He was 63. Brian, of Atascadero, Calif., was born in 1953 to Glenn T. and Mabel Myracle, who provided Brian and his two sisters, Laurie and Toli, with an active and loving childhood. Brian was born in Orange but grew up in Santa Ana; he was athletic and excelled in numerous sports, especially football, which he played from Pop Warner days through college. A 1971 graduate of Santa Ana's Saddleback High, Brian attended Whittier College and later transferred to Oregon State on a football scholarship. In 1982 he met and married the love of his life, Anita Robinson Myracle. They enjoyed 33 wonderful years of marriage and raised their son Brennan Myracle in Atascadero, Calif. Brian spent most of his professional career working for Chevron U.S.A., rising to offshore platform operator before his early retirement in 2001. He followed Chevron with posts at several Central Coast firms before his final retirement in 2013. Brian enjoyed working closely with his dear friends in the Atascadero Kiwanis Club and devoted many volunteer hours in community work, including serving as president in 2009. Personable and always looking for an opportunity to make someone laugh and feel special, Brian was uncanny at remembering everyone's name. Brian's greatest love was his family. To his young grandsons Coen and Hunter Myracle, he was the perfect "Papa." They will miss Pizza Wednesday and many other fun Papa traditions. He is predeceased by his parents Glenn T. and Mabel Myracle, and an aunt, Georgia Prebble. Brian is survived by his wife Anita Robinson Myracle; son Brennan Myracle and daughter-in-law Jessica Myracle; two grandsons Coen and Hunter Myracle; sisters Laurie Myracle and Toli Walling, and cousin John Evans along with many nieces and nephews. A Memorial Service will be held at 3:00pm, Sunday, July 3, 2016, at the Pavilion on the Lake, 9315 Pismo Avenue, Atascadero, Calif. A buffet reception will follow. Attendees are encouraged to wear a Tommy Bahama shirt in Brian's honor. In Brian's honor, the Atascadero Kiwanis Club has established the Brian Myracle Memorial Scholarship Fund. Contributions may be made directly to Atascadero Kiwanis, P.O. Box 370, Atascadero, Calif., 93422. Sign his guestbook at sanluisobispo.com/obituaries
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Published in San Luis Obispo Tribune on June 30, 2016

Yesterday's Obituaries

Kikuchi, Tiffany  
Tiffany Kikuchi Tiffany Nichole Kikuchi, 28, of Arroyo Grande passed away on June 24, 2016. She was born in January 1988 in San Luis Obispo, California. Tiffany graduated from Pioneer High School in Redding in 2006. After high school, she attended Barbazon Modeling School. Shortly thereafter, Tiffany became a mom to Blake, Marissa and Bentley. She went on to pursue a career in caregiving where her caring and compassionate nature enabled her to do her job with ease. She loved being with friends and family, spending lots of time with her mom, shopping, going to the beach, and doing just about anything "girly." In addition to her children, Tiffany is survived by her mother Jackie Miller, father Larry Crum Jr., brothers Matthew and Austin Crum, grandparents Margie and Gerry Kikuchi, Wanda and Larry Crum Sr., Yolanda and Raul Grajeda, great- grandmothers Susie Nakamura and Susy Bauman, and many aunts, uncles, and cousins. She was preceded in death by her father Jose Raul Grajeda and great-grandfather Eddie Nakamura. A Viewing is scheduled for Friday, July 1, 2016, from 5:00pm to 7:00pm at Marshall-Spoo Funeral Chapel. A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, July 2 at 11:00am at Marshall Spoo Funeral Chapel at 1239 Longbranch Avenue in Grover Beach. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made via a GoFundMe account on Facebook or directly at any Rabobank to help with funeral expenses. Sign her guestbook at sanluisobispo.com/obituaries
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Published in San Luis Obispo Tribune on June 29, 2016
Rodic, Stella  
Stella Rodic Stella H. Rodic, 94, passed peacefully away surrounded by her family on June 16, 2016. Throughout her long life, Stella radiated faith, optimism, gratitude, and love to all she met. She loved God, thanked Him daily for her good life and looked forward to being with Him. Stella treasured her Catholic Faith, her husband Van of 62 years, family: Fred, Ginger (Del), Rosemary (Bob), Lucy (Robert) and ten grandchildren and many dear friends. She was devoted to St. Paul the Apostle parish, weekly Eucharistic Adoration and the Altar and Rosary Society. We bid her farewell Tuesday, July 5 at St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church (800 Bello) in Pismo Beach with Rosary at 10:00am, Mass of Christian Burial at 10:30am followed by a reception in the parish hall. Marshall-Spoo Sunset Funeral Chapel, directors.
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Published in San Luis Obispo Tribune on June 29, 2016
White, Dolores - Paso Robles  
Dolores White Dolores Mae White, 84, of Paso Robles died Tuesday, June 21, 2016, in Templeton with her loving family by her side. Dolores was born in February 1932 in Ennis, Texas, to James and Cora Mae Hudson. She married Billy White in Ennis in 1951. While Billy was serving in the U.S. Army at Fort Hood, Texas, their first daughter, Nancy, was born. When discharged from the service they returned to Ennis so Billy could resume his career with Ennis Business Forms. Shortly after their return, son Bruce, was born. In 1956 the family moved to Paso Robles to open Ennis Business Forms. Their daughter, Cindy, was born three years later. Dolores worked in the office at the Paso Robles Mercantile for many years. In her earlier years she enjoyed golfing, was golf club secretary and a charter member of the Paso Robles Golf Club. Dolores enjoyed country music and was an avid Nascar, Jimmie Johnson fan. A kind soul, Dolores was her happiest when spending time with her family. She was a loving wife, mother, granny and friend. She will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved her. She was very involved with her children's, grandchildren's and great-grandchildren's activities. "Granny, you are my sunshine." The family would like to thank Gary and Kathy Tucker at Ada's Lodges and their staff for the loving care they gave Dolores for the past eight years. Dolores is survived by her daughters, Nancy (Skip) Dodd of Paso Robles and Cindy Robinson of Bakersfield; and son, Bruce (Terry) White of Paso Robles. Grandchildren: Gelene (Chris) Coelho, Raymond (Audrey) Dodd, Polly Dodd, Tawny (Bob) Galli, Nikki (Phil) Estrada; great-grandchildren: Chassey, Riley and Addey Coelho, Otto and Maddox Dodd, Hannah and Shelby Galli, Jason, Anthony and Sophie Estrada. She is also survived by sister-in-law Joanne Mathis, brother-in-law Alan White, cousins Walter Price McNutt, Walter Lee (Gloria) McNutt, Stephen (Patricia) McNutt and several nieces and nephews all from Texas. She was predeceased by husband, Billy of 57 years. Parents, James and Cora Mae; and her only sibling, brother Thomas. Services will be held Friday, July 1, 2016, at 11:00am at the Paso Robles District Cemetery Chapel. Donations can be made in Dolores' name to your favorite charity. Sign her guestbook at sanluisobispo.com/obituaries
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Carnine, Don  
Don Carnine Donald "Don" Lee Carnine passed away on June 24, 2016, at home in Paso Robles. He was born in Southern California in 1932. Don was an Air Force veteran and an active member of Saint Rose Catholic Church. He is survived by his wife, Shirley; six of his children and their spouses, 14 grandchildren, 8 great-grandchildren, and his brother. He is preceded in death by his son, Michael. A Memorial Mass will be held at St. Rose Catholic Church in Paso Robles on Friday, July 1 at 11:00am with a small reception to follow in the parish hall. Sign his guestbook at sanluisobispo.com/obituaries
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Published in San Luis Obispo Tribune on June 28, 2016
Dresser, William  
William Ralph Dresser William Ralph Dresser was born in Paso Robles in July 1927 the son of William Rollo Dresser and Birdie Dresser. He spent the first few years of his life living on the Dresser ranch before the family moved into town where they eventually lived on Oak Street. Ralph, as his friends and family called him, served in the Naval Reserve before attending San Jose State under the ROTC program and after graduation served in the U.S. Air Force as a commissioned officer in the 1950's. After his stint in the military, he hired on to the State Board of Equalization where he worked until he retired at the ripe old age of 49. He then returned to Paso Robles and lived with his mother until her death. During that time he took up bicycle riding and routinely rode from Paso to Cayucos where he owned a house. And so it went. He loved to ride his bike and he did so almost every day except Sunday when he ate bacon and eggs. When he turned 85, he was still riding from his house in Cayucos to the top of Whale Rock dam on Old Creek Road. However, age intervened, a pacemaker was required and at that point, he stopped biking. In addition to bike riding in his orange puffy jacket and his old sweats kept in place by string around the cuff of each leg (to keep the material out of the sprockets and chain), he enjoyed studying the stock market and that led him to Jim Cramer, a show he watched every week day. And he threw himself a birthday party every year for many years where 25 or so of his friends were treated to prime rib and all the trimmings. He enjoyed that party very much. He took one or two major trips every year and visited several countries many times. Africa was the favorite trip in his life. He loved animals and over the years had many cats. To this day, there is a bowl of cat food on the front porch. He was a reliable feeder of feral cats (and probably the neighbors cats as well). Suffering fools gladly, he was not apt to do. As an introvert, he loved spending hours reading and watching old Bogart films and the like. The extrovert in him loved to discuss politics and current events. Classical music thrilled him and so did popular musicals. His favorite was Phantom of the Opera. Ralph never married and had no children. He was predeceased by his parents and his sister, Donna Dresser Helt. He is survived by his nephew, John Nelson of Williams, Calif.; his niece, Dianna Thomas Jackson of Morro Bay; his family friend, Claudia Claassen of Cayucos, who looked after him and became his caregiver and Claudia's sister, Gail Nieman of Albuquerque, N.M. Claudia and Gail are the daughters of his dear, lifetime friend, Mary Mulhall Nieman, whom he was very close to until her death many years ago. Sign his guestbook at sanluisobispo.com/obituaries
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Green, Virginia  
Virginia Green Virginia Catherine Green (Borba), 90, died June 20th, 2016, in Jackson, Calif. Virginia was born in Avila Valley and grew up in Shell Beach. She married C. Raymond Green in 1945. She is survived by a son Robert and a daughter Donna, a sister Alice Dolores Witt, and three grandchildren. She was preceded in death by Raymond and sisters, Lorraine, Georgia, and Marie. Viewing will be at St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church, Pismo Beach at 9:00am, June 30th with Mass to follow at 10:00am. Burial will be at Arroyo Grande Cemetery Sign her guestbook at sanluisobispo.com/obituaries
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