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Hubbard, Jean  
Jean Hubbard N.I. "Jean" Hubbard was born in June 1923 in Kim, Colorado. Her father was James Harvey Hutson, Sr., who was born on October 8, 1895, in Flora, Colorado. He married Lulu Blanch Street, born on July 27, 1892, in Holdredge, Colorado. They were married January 14, 1920, at Geary, Oklahoma. She was one of six siblings. She was preceded in death by her husband, W.A. "Shorty" Hubbard and her son, Kenneth Charles Hubbard. She is survived by her brother, Norman Hutson, of Colorado Springs, Colorado, and sister, Lulu Jean Schafer, of Wichita, Kansas; her son James L. Hubbard (Maria) of El Paso, Texas; seven grandchildren and eleven great- grandchildren. Since her arrival in 1967, Jean became well known to the many customers of Hubbard Printing. Her love for history led her to become the local historical authority. Her efforts to preserve the rich history of the area led her to be named the Historian of the Year by the South County Historical Society in 2009 and in 2013, on the occasion of her 90th birthday she was recognized by the State of California, the County of San Luis Obispo and the City of Arroyo Grande as a foremost historian of this area. Services will be at the First United Methodist Church of Arroyo Grande, 275 N. Halcyon Road, 1:00pm, Saturday, May 28, 2016. Arrangements by Marshall-Spoo Sunset Funeral Chapel. Sign her guestbook at sanluisobispo.com/obituaries
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Published in San Luis Obispo Tribune on May 24, 2016

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Boles, Delwin Earl "Del" - Los Angeles  
Del Boles Delwin "Del" Earl Boles, 91, a Monterey County native, passed away April 29, 2016, in his Los Angeles home. Born in 1924 in Greenfield, Calif., he graduated Salinas HS ('42) and lettered in basketball. He graduated UC Berkeley ('47) after serving as a naval officer in World War II. He was a diehard Cal Bears fan and a proud Cal parent and grandparent. He married Peggy Schmeeckle Salinas HS ('42) in 1944. He was a pioneer in the retail liquor business in Salinas and San Luis Obispo until he retired to Escondido. He enjoyed skiing, golf, fishing, and traveling. He was preceded in death by brothers Leland and Ken and first wife, of 55 years, Peggy. Del is survived by his sister, Margery Locke; two daughters, Sherri James and Jane Owen; five grand- children and four great- grandchildren. In 2000 he moved to Los Gatos and married Imogene "Midge" Palmer Bush (Salinas HS '42). Midge and her four adult children also survived Del. A private memorial service was held in Los Angeles. Sign his guestbook at sanluisobispo.com/obituaries
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Published in San Luis Obispo Tribune on May 22, 2016
Dyck, Jane - Arbuckle  
Jane Dyck Jane Marie Dyck, 64, of Arbuckle, passed away on May 11, 2016, at the Woodland Memorial Hospital. She was born in April 1952 in Templeton, California. Jane graduated from Davis High School. After high school she was a bookkeeper for many Ag based businesses and she worked alongside her family for many years at R.H. Dyck, Inc. Jane was always helping out her family when care was needed. She was her mother's caretaker for many years. She loved animals and had many very close to her heart. She enjoyed the ocean and loved taking trips to the coast. Survivors include her sister, Cathy (Kevin) Mc Phillips; nieces: Gwen (Aaron) Chapman, Amy (Brian) Padgett, Maggie (John) Shadinger and Allison (Nick) Charter; nephew, Eddie Mc Phillips; great-nieces: Holly and Leah Chapman, Christine and Haleigh Shadinger, and Courtney Padgett; great-nephews: Michael Dyck, Kyle Shadinger, Hayden Padgett, Bryce and Graham Charter, as well as childhood and lifelong friend, Paula Floyd Coombs. Preceded in death by parents Rudy and Joan Dyck, and brother Michael Dyck. Graveside service will be on June 28th 10:00am at Willow Creek Cemetery in Paso Robles, California. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Yolo County SPCA, P.O. Box 510 Davis, Calif., 95617. Sign her guestbook at sanluisobispo.com/obituaries
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Published in San Luis Obispo Tribune on May 22, 2016
Exline, William  
William Exline William David Exline passed away May 11, 2016, at the age of 88. Bill grew up in Paso Robles. He enlisted into the Merchant Marines and then served in the Army (1948-1961). He also married the love of his life, Angie, in 1948; they lived in San Luis Obispo. Bill had a great sense of humor and was never without a joke to share. He loved to barbecue, fish, and ballroom dance. The family thanks all those who have loved and cared for Bill over the years. We know he will be really missed. Bill is survived by his sons, David (Carolyn) and Levi (Genny); grandchildren, Michael, Desiree and Billy, and many cousins and extended family members. He preceded his intermediate family and his wife of 64 years. Visitation will be 5:00pm to 8:00pm on Wednesday, May 25, at Reis Family Mortuary. Funeral Mass will be 10:00am on Thursday, May 26, at Old Mission San Luis Obispo, with a graveside service following at San Luis Cemetery. Sign his guestbook at sanluisobispo.com/obituaries
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Published in San Luis Obispo Tribune on May 22, 2016
Flaherty, Joan  
Joan Flaherty Joan Flaherty, 83, of Pismo Beach passed away May 15, 2016. Joan was born in March 1933 in Alhambra, Calif., and resided the last ten years in Pismo Beach, where she had been a member of St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church. She had previously lived in Visalia for 40 years. Joan received her B.A. from Fresno State University and her M.A. from Bakersfield State University, and had been a high school teacher. She was a longtime Silver Life Duplicate Bridge member in San Luis Obispo and the Visalia area. She enjoyed crafts, sewing and knitting. Joan is survived by her husband of 65 years, Michael W. Flaherty; son, Michael E. Flaherty; grandsons, Patrick, Sean and Kevin Flaherty; brother-in-law, Russ Murphy; and sisters-in-law, Barbara Friess, Mary Murphy, and Pat Flaherty. The Mass will be held Monday, May 23, at 11:00am at St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church in Pismo Beach. Burial will follow at the Old Mission Cemetery in San Luis Obispo. Arrangements are under the direction of Marshall- Spoo Sunset Funeral Chapel in Grover Beach. Sign her guestbook at sanluisobispo.com/obituaries
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Published in San Luis Obispo Tribune on May 22, 2016
Hansen, Jenna - Atascadero  
Jenna Hansen Jenna Bodil ("Miss Byrd") Hansen, 39, passed away on May 5, 2016, at her parents' home in Atascadero after a long battle with ovarian cancer. She leaves behind her parents, Jens and Linda Hansen, and two older sisters, Heather and Kristin. She also leaves her aunt and uncle, Dale and Kathy Bauer, of Laverne, California, and her Atascadero cousins, the Hart family: Dick and Jeri Hart, Troy and Debbie Hart, Makenzie, Justin, and Nikayla and Dr. Darren Hart. In addition, she leaves behind her pets, a tortoise named Mr. T and her cat Muffy. A longtime resident of Oakland, California, Jenna loved hiking, walking, biking and exploring the city. She loved to cook gourmet meals and spend time with her friends and family. She was a great lover of all of nature, particularly birds, and was so happy to see the ducks return to Atascadero Lake this spring. She loved the morel mushroom-hunting trips she took with her dad to McCall, Idaho, every year in the spring. She was musically talented with an award-winning singing voice, played drums and the piano. She graduated from Arcadia High School in Southern California where she was a member of the show choir and attended Laney College in Oakland and New College in San Francisco. She had her own business as a title research analyst for mortgage companies with many clients who expressed how much they will miss her service. She was deeply loved and is greatly missed by everyone who knew her. Many have called her "a bright light" in their lives and one person expressed that knowing her was "the best thing that ever happened to me." We are all happy that she has found Heavenly peace at last. A celebration of life service is being planned by her friends in Oakland on June 12, 2016. Because of her love for animals, donations in her name are asked to be given to veterinary research at the University of California Davis, following this link: http://www.plumfund.com/charity-fundraising/small-animal-clinic-charity . She will be buried in the Hansen cemetery located on the family farm in Geuda Springs, Kansas. Her family would like to thank Wilshire Hospice and especially Kat and Alicia for their loving kindness and wonderful care during the past six months. Sign her guestbook at sanluisobispo.com/obituaries
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Published in San Luis Obispo Tribune on May 22, 2016
Hart, John  
John Hart John Robert Hart passed away on April 30th, 2016, at the age of 59 at his home in San Luis Obispo. He was born at San Luis Obispo's General Hospital. He is survived by his beautiful wife and lifelong best friend, Laura, who loves him and misses him every day. As well as many other family members too numerous to mention. John grew up surfing the Pismo Pier and riding motorcycles. He was a wonderful husband, companion and best friend. He was a very hard working man. John loved the ocean and he loved to sail. All of his time off was spent with his wife, enjoying each other's company, laughing, fishing, camping, scuba diving, kayaking, sailing, archery and shooting guns. He especially enjoyed trips to Nascar Races, Jamaica, cruises to the Virgin Islands, and Mexico. The thing he enjoyed the most was a barbecue and an ice cold Corona. Per John's request there will be no services. Just a big party to celebrate his life with family and friends, to be announced. Sign his guestbook at sanluisobispo.com/obituaries
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Jurcazak, Alexander  
Alexander Jurcazak Alexander Charles Jurcazak, 50, of Lompoc, passed away May 12, 2016. He is survived by his beloved wife, Linda (Bauer); sons, Harrison and Samuel; sisters, Claudia Jurcazak and Lisa Marie Rowland. Alex was a devoted dad and husband. His passion for cooking, surfing and nature was abundant. Family and friends will miss his hearty and contagious laugh. A Celebration of Life will be held at 3:00pm, June 4, at the Coastal Gateway Meeting Room at 3900 Avila Beach Dr., Port San Luis. Sign his guestbook at sanluisobispo.com/obituaries
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Martinaitis, Edward - Paso Robles  
Edward Martinaitis Edward "Ed" Martinaitis, peacefully went to be with his Lord and Savior on May 5, 2016, while at his home in Paso Robles. He was 98. He is survived by his wife, Nancy; sister, Stella Mallman of Chicago, Ill.; son, Lou Martinaitis and wife Audra of Ashland, Ore.; daughter, Johanna Dalton of Chicago, Ill.; grandchildren: Chris Angel Taylor of Ashland, Ore.; Jessica Morgan Martinaitis of Brooklyn, N.Y.; Taylor Martinaitis and Cameron Martinaitis of Ashland, Ore.; great- grandchildren, Alyssa Monning and Brent Monning Jr. of Ashland, Ore. Ed was known for his timely jokes, kind and caring manner and love for family and friends. He was an avid bridge player and loved following sports. Ed began his career as a machinist, a trade he learned from his father. He retired as an engineer from Lockheed. He led a remarkably healthy, full and active life right until the end. He attributed his longevity to his daily diet of a full basket of fresh strawberries. Ed's last several years of marriage to Nancy were especially happy and filled with good times, travel and friends. Sign his guestbook at sanluisobispo.com/obituaries
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Parker, William  
Billy Parker William Henry Parker, Jr., better known as "Billy" was born in January 1951 to William and Ruth Parker in Pittsburgh, Pa. He passed away unexpectedly on March 31, 2016, while visiting family in Pahrump, Nevada. In 1954 the family moved to Morro Bay and in 1961 to San Luis Obispo. It was in San Luis that Billy attended local schools, graduating from San Luis Obispo High in 1969 where he lettered in both track and football. Billy went on to Cal Poly where he graduated with a degree in Architecture. While working for a local architecture firm Billy decided his true calling was to become a general contractor and he was good at it. He worked his entire career in and around San Luis Obispo, working on many downtown businesses and fine homes. Many locals will remember that in 1982 Billy entered and won the first "Hang Five Contest" sponsored by Spring Toyota. Billy outlasted over 30 other contestants and won a brand new pickup truck. Those who knew Billy would often hear him say, "I may not be here for a long time but I'm here for a good time!" And he lived by that motto. Billy had many friends and he was always there for them. If he heard a friend was in need he was often the first one to respond. Billy loved to laugh, tell stories and jokes for which he had a phenomenal memory. He was definitely "One of a Kind," a "California Boy" and a "Lover of Life." He will truly be missed by all. RIP Billy, "I've seen sunny days that I thought would never end, but I always thought that I would see you again." Billy was preceded in death by his parents, Bill Sr. and Ruth, and is survived by his sister Carol (husband John) and nephews John, Jim, Bob and niece Carol. Friends and family are invited to a Celebration of Billy's Life on June 11th, 4:00pm to 7:00pm, at the Pozo Saloon. A Barbecue will be served so bring your appetites and your stories. Hawaiian shirts optional. Sign his guestbook at sanluisobispo.com/obituaries
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