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Eaton, Lori Anne - Resident Of Daly City  
Lori Ann Eaton Nov 23, 1957 – Dec 10, 2014 Lori passed into the arms of her Heavenly Father on Dec 10 after a long battle against multiple sclerosis. She was a resident of Daly City. Lori was born in Worcester, MA, graduating from Shrewsbury High School. She moved to San Francisco, CA in her early 20s, fell in love with the area, and decided to stay. As an avid gardener, Lori worked for various florists in San Francisco. During her employment, she obtained her horticultural degree at City College in 1989. Ending her working career, she was employed at Safeway through 2006. Lori had a generous spirit, quick wit and a love for people. She enjoyed entertaining, and cooking various delectable dishes for all to enjoy. Another joy of Lori's life was her pet cats and dogs that she lovingly cared for. Lori is survived by sisters Nancee Bullard (Robert), and Charlene Steinert (David); brother Steven Eaton, and various nieces and nephews. Lori also leaves behind her loving companion Patrick Flanagan, whose devotion to Lori was exemplary. Lori's life has been a blessing despite the suffering she endured. We take comfort that now Lori has gone to be with her Lord, and the former things have passed away. The family thanks the staff at Burlingame Long-term Care in Burlingame for their years of dedicated care during Lori's residence there. Family and friends are invited to visit after 10:30 AM, Friday, December 19, 2014 at CHAPEL OF THE HIGHLANDS, 194 Millwood Dr. at El Camino in Millbrae where the funeral will begin at 11:30 AM. Interment will follow at St. John's Cemetery in San Mateo. Contributions in lieu of flowers to the Multiple Sclerosis Society, POB 23664, Oakland, CA 94623 are suggested.
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Published in San Francisco Chronicle on Dec. 17, 2014
Edwards, Margaret Ann - Redlands  
Margaret Ann Edwards (nee McNaughton) passed away on December 7, 2014, in Redlands, California. Born in Oakland, CA to the late Edward McNaughton and Frances Symons McNaughton, she was a loving wife, mother, grandmother and friend to all who knew her. Margie was raised in Oakland, California and graduated from Whitman College in Washington. She moved to San Francisco after college, met Kenneth Edwards at a boarding house and never looked back. They were married for 46 years until his passing in 1999. The couples they met in the boarding house remained life long friends through adventures, families, and many bottles of fine wine. A mother extraordinaire, she had leadership roles in PTA, scouts, sports teams and carpools. Her children and the neighborhood kids always found a supportive listening ear at her kitchen table as well as plenty of cake. Once the kids were launched, she went back to work at an accounting firm until her retirement. In retirement she was sought after to be the treasurer of every organization she joined because of her accuracy and finance skills. Grandma Margie could sing every Delta Gamma sorority song written, recite camp limericks and write poetry for any occasion. She and Ken travelled all over the world and ended up in Danville where they actually got along on the Crow Canyon golf course (so they said). She loved her girl friends, happy hour, New York Times crossword puzzles every day except Sunday and was the most gracious, selfless, and positive person we have ever known. She is survived by Carol Snodgress (Jim) of Redlands, CA and Robert Edwards (Leigh) of Dallas, TX. Grandchildren Sarah Eppehimer (Ryan), Michael Snodgress, Alston Edwards, Frances Edwards, Charles Edwards and great grandchild Caroline Eppehimer. A memorial honoring her life will be private. Margie will always be remembered by her family for her sense of humor and her warmth.
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Published in San Francisco Chronicle on Dec. 12, 2014
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