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Godfrey, Ronald  
Ronald Godfrey Ronald Charles Godfrey was born in May of 1941 and passed away peacefully on May 20, 2015, in the home that he had built in Santa Margarita. Ron loved riding his mule with his wife, Robbie. He loved boating on Santa Margarita Lake with family and friends and his dog, Buster. He loved camping and seeing this great country of ours. Ron lived and loved life. He is survived by his wife, Robbie. He is also survived by his brother, Raymond Godfrey; his sister, Janet Estes, and his three children: Ronnie Godfrey Jr. (Michelle), Cheryl Westfall and Sharon Erwin (Gene); along with nine grandchildren: RT, Colton, Shelby, Jesse, Dillon, Natalie, Wyatt, Reed and Kendra. A Celebration of Ron's Life will be held on Sunday, June 7, from 11:00am to 2:00pm at the Atascadero Elks Lodge #2733, 1516 El Camino Real, in Atascadero. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to your favorite charity in Ron's honor. Sign his guestbook at sanluisobispo.com/obituaries
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Gordon, William  
William Gordon William A. Gordon passed away May 22, 2015, at the age of 86. Bill was an avid reader and looked forward to the morning crossword puzzles. He also enjoyed gardening, woodworking, hunting, fishing and just being outdoors. In his younger days he sang in a Barber Shop Quartet and never missed a chance to be out on the dance floor. He started working for Union Pacific Railroad unloading boxcars in his teens and worked his way up to management, retiring after 44 years. He was a quiet man who had a big presence about him. He is survived by his wife, Patricia Gordon; sons, John Gordon (Judy) and Wm. "Bruce" Gordon (Beverly); step-sons: Steve Sharp (Judy), Rick Sharp (Dana) and Roger Sharp (Jennifer); step-daughter, Linda Welborn (Don); ten grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by John H. Gordon, father; Lenora Gordon, mother; Estella B. Reece, sister, and Christian Reige, grandson. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Wilshire Hospice or North County Humane Society. A Memorial Service will be held on June 20, at 11:00am at the Rose Garden Chapel, Paso Robles District Cemetery, 45 Nacimiento Rd. Sign his guestbook at sanluisobispo.com/obituaries
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Hatch, Dorothy - Paso Robles  
Dorothy Hatch Our mother's 15-month long, hard-fought battle against pancreatic cancer has ended as it began with her profound courage helping her see her family through it. She was born in Iowa in 1930. She and her family came by train to join family already living and working in Paso Robles. She attended Glen Speck Junior High and graduated from Paso High in 1948. Our mother had a unique blend of traits. She was small in stature but feisty in spirit, the rock that friends and family could count on for support, intelligent with a gift for trivia that astonished her grandchildren, and witty, she had a stubborn streak a mile wide. She taught us how to read, drive and take care of ourselves and each other. She was an awesome mom and is sorely missed by her entire family. She worked at numerous jobs in her life but her favorites were being a bank teller and library assistant. She loved to read, work crossword puzzles, go to the movies, go camping with her family, take bus trips and long country drives, and travel the western states by car. She is survived by her three children: her son, Wade (Christina) Hatch of Spring Branch, Texas, and daughters, Susan Parham and Lee Anne Hatch of Paso Robles and three grandchildren: Patricia (Cole) harden, Tyler (Beth) Parham, and Andrea (Steven) Petrick and one great-granddaughter, Emery Harden. As per her request, there will not be a service. Any donations in her name should go to hospice or the charity of your choice. Sign her guestbook at sanluisobispo.com/obituaries
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McCracken, Larry  
Larry McCracken Larry Dean McCracken of Atascadero passed away May 11, 2015, of a motorcycle accident. He was born in San Luis Obispo, graduating from Morro Bay High School in 1972. Later he worked for the California Department of Corrections for 17 years. Larry is survived by his wife, Mary Kay McCracken; brother, Dave McCracken and sister, Debra McCracken. He will be remembered for his integrity, honesty and devotion to his family. A Celebration of Life will be held June 6, at 10:30am at ABC Church located at 6225 W. Mall Street in Atascadero. Sign his guestbook at sanluisobispo.com/obituaries
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Ramage, Allan  
Allan Ramage Allan Ramage was an honest, hardworking man who loved farming, ranching, hunting and the land he called home. He was born 57 years ago to Arian and Eileen Ramage of Adelaida. He was the fourth generation Ramage to farm this area. Allan raised cattle and walnuts; he also operated a stone quarry and water drilling business. He drove his dozer for Cal Fire when fires threatened our area. Allan is survived by his wife of 37 years, Mary Ramage; his mother, Eileen Ramage; his three daughters: Laura Ramage, Julie Ramage Otis, and Kara Ramage and sons-in-law. As well as brothers, Robert Bromber of Maryland and Walter Ramage of Cayucos; two grandchildren, several nieces and nephews and many friends, his best ones being his dogs. Sign his guestbook at sanluisobispo.com/obituaries
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Russell, Mary Lynn  
Mary Lynn Russell July 1937 - May 9, 2015 I'm sad to report the passing of Mary Lynn Russell (aka Mom, Mary, Grandma Mary) from this earth the morning of Saturday, May 9, 2015. Mary Lynn was born in 1937 in Southern California to a single room school- teacher mother, Wilma, and a doting house painter father, Bill Head (former owner of Bill's Paint Shoppe on Grand and Elm in A.G. -1960's). Her father, mother, and brother preceded her in death. Mary is survived by her ex-husband, Richard Russell (who remained a confidant to the end); her two children, Michael and Jilly Ann, and three grandchildren: Steven, Emily and Lauren. Mary lived in Arroyo Grande for 50 years up until 2014 when she was diagnosed with Lung Cancer. She relocated to Bullhead City, Arizona, in order to be close to her daughter Jill, who in turn selfless and nobly became her devoted caregiver up to her passing. All family members were able to say a proper heartfelt goodbye to her before the disease took her life. She is now free of this world. "All that I have seen teaches me to trust the Creator for all I have not seen." - Ralph Waldo Emerson. Sign her guestbook at sanluisobispo.com/obituaries
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Visser, Anna  
Anna Visser Anna "Annie" Mathilda Visser, 96, was born in Dinslaken, Germany in 1918, emigrated to Arroyo Grande in 1954, and went home to be with her Lord Jesus Christ on May 25, 2015. Annie and family were heartily welcomed by the Presbyterian Church (now Grace Bible Church) which she attended for the rest of her life. Annie was a waitress at Pismo Fish & Chips until she retired when she was 78! She was very active in the Eastern Star, enjoyed sharing her joyfulness, love of music, singing, and travel with her family and many friends. She was preceded in death by her beloved husband, Cor (1967) and son, John (2013). Annie is survived by brothers, Ernest (Margaret) and Louis (Wendy); five grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. There will be a Celebration of Annie's Life at 2:00pm on Saturday, June 6, at Marshall-Spoo Sunset Funeral Chapel, 1239 Longbranch in Grover Beach. Sign her guestbook at sanluisobispo.com/obituaries
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Published in San Luis Obispo Tribune on May 31, 2015

Obituaries from the Past Week

Hale, William - San Luis Obispo  
William Hale William "Bill" F. Hale was born in May 1924 in Chicago, Ill., and passed away on May 15, 2015, in San Luis Obispo. Bill eagerly joined the U.S. Navy at the age of 17 in June 1941, where he traveled the world fighting for his country. Bill fought in multiple wars including: World War II, Korea and Vietnam. As a Naval Aviator, Bill served on the USS Essex, USS Randolph and USS Bennington. He also served two assignments with the British Navy. While fighting for his country Bill earned many distinguished awards, medals, ribbons and commendations during his 30 year military career, including the coveted Distinguished Flying Cross. In 1971, Bill retired from the U.S. Navy as a Lieutenant Commander. Bill flew a total of 87 combat missions. Bill and his family were very proud of his military service. Upon Bill's retirement from the Navy, he went to work for a Defense Contract Company for 18 years. This led him and his family to relocate from Virginia to Camarillo, Calif. When Bill decided to retire (again) in 1989 he moved from Camarillo to the small community of Heritage Ranch in Paso Robles, Calif. While at Heritage Ranch Bill devoted himself to ensuring that the community had a proper evacuation plan in case of an emergency. He was honored with volunteer of the year in 2009 because of his dedication to the community. During Bill's retirement he loved to travel all over the United States and world with loved ones. Bill would hook up his truck and trailer and make the long haul across the United States visiting different destinations. Bill enjoyed going on cruises, especially the European boat cruises, no matter where Bill was he would always make a friend or two and share his passion for his country. In 2010, Bill moved to San Luis Obispo to be closer to his daughter, Kelly and her family. He was diagnosed with dementia in 2014. While battling dementia, Bill never lost his charisma and was always willing to share a story about the Navy days. Bill is survived by his six children: Lois Douglas (Ed), Vera Martin (Mickey), Bradley Hale (Cheryl), Kathleen Johnson (J”n), Kelly Fontes (Michael), and Kim Smith (Von); twelve grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Bill will be laid to rest with a military burial on Friday, May 29, at 1:00pm at Los Osos Memorial Park and Mortuary. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Bill's behalf to the Alzheimer's Association, 3480 S. Higuera #120, San Luis Obispo, Calif., 93401. Sign his guestbook at sanluisobispo.com/obituarie
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Published in San Luis Obispo Tribune on May 27, 2015
Hux, Col. Robert (Ret.)  
Col. Robert Hux (Ret.) Robert J. Hux, 89, passed away after a fatal fall on May 22, 2015. He was born in Farmingdale, N.Y., in 1926 to Harold and Florence Hux. He was the oldest brother of three boys, his younger brothers being Donald and Howard. He joined the Army Air Corps in 1944 as an Aviation Cadet until the completion of World War II. After receiving his degree at Cornell University he returned to the United States Air Force. After a distinguished career of 32 years he retired as a full Colonel. In 1951 he married Phyllis Behrens and they celebrated their 64th year of marriage in February of this year. They are blessed with one son, Gregory, and his wife, Carol, who reside in the state of Florida. Bob loved his church "family" at Zion Lutheran and volunteered for duties at the church. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to Zion Lutheran Church or a charity of your choice in his honor. Sign his guestbook at sanluisobispo.com/obituaries
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Published in San Luis Obispo Tribune on May 28, 2015
Ihle, Cindy  
Cindy Ihle Cindy Ihle, age 61, of Cambria, California, went to be with her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, on May 18, 2015, after a heroic battle with melanoma. Cindy was a resident of Cambria for over 40 years. She was born in Glendale, Calif., and moved to the Central Coast in 1975. For the past 25 years Cindy worked at the Cookie Crock Market in Cambria where she could always be counted upon to bring a smile and a hearty laugh. Prior to working at the Cookie Crock, Cindy was an LVN and worked at the general practice of Dr. J.B. Shaw. She was highly creative and loved to sew, garden, create stained glass art, and construct furniture for her grandchildren. Cindy was a nurturer at heart whether caring for her patients, friends, family, or even the occasional stray animal. She loved animals, music, and above all else, spoiling her grandchildren. Cindy is survived by her husband, Bruce Ihle; daughter, Melanie Schrei; son, Alex Ihle; three grandchildren: Stephen, Emma, and Holly, and sister, Judee Pratt. A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, June 27, at 2:00pm, at the Community Presbyterian Church of Cambria. Sign her guestbook at sanluisobispo.com/obituaries
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