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Brown, Charles E.  
Charles E. Brown 4/20/1946-4/16/2016 Charles E. Brown, 69, of Roseville, passed away on April 16, 2016. Chuck was the first of three children born to Frank and Jennie Brown on April 20, 1946 in Los Angeles, Ca. Chuck was raised in California and served in the U. S. Navy during the Vietnam era. His military service led to a career choice of industrial refrigeration, giving him an opportunity to live in Arizona, and later Guam where he owned his own refrigeration business. After retirement this year, he resided in California to be near family. Chuck filled his spare time with family, woodworking, camping, fishing and other outdoor adventures. Chuck is survived by his wife, Ellen, his son David and daughter Kristin Martin, four grandchildren: Blake, Shea, Tyler and Ryan, as well as, his siblings Alan Brown, and Karyn Techau.
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Published in Gold Country Media Newspapers on June 24, 2016
Carmona, Ok Sun "Kim"  
Ok Sun "Kim" Carmona A local resident for over 50 years, Kim Carmona passed away at the young age of 75. Services will be held at Eastlawn on July 3 and July 5, please see link below. http:// www.eastlawn.com /obituary/Kim-Carmona/Rancho-Cordova-CA/1628721
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Published in Gold Country Media Newspapers on June 24, 2016
Cash, Stevie-Lynn Treadway  
Stevie-Lynn Treadway Cash 3/15/1988 - 5/28/2016 She is survived by her husband Derek Reich Cash, their son Brecken Reich Cash and her mother Cindy Treadway. She was preceeded in death by her father Charles Treadway. Memorial service will be held on Wednesday, June 29, 2016 at 2 p.m. at the First Congregational Church of Auburn, 710 Auburn Ravine Rd. Auburn, Calif. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in the name of 'Brecken R. Cash', P.O. Box 5941 Auburn, CA 95604 for his future.
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Published in Gold Country Media Newspapers on June 26, 2016
Colburn, Carol June  
Carol June Colburn 1934 - 2016 Carol passed away on June 8, 2016. at the age of 81. Born Carol June Anderson in Cloquet, Minn. She grew up in Montana and spent her adult life in California. She is survived by her husband Fred W. Colburn, son Morgan Schafer, two step-daughters Kelly Colburn and Camille Colburn, grandson Martin Schafer Jr., two granddaughters Tessa Schafer and Emma Schafer, sister Dolores Moran, and lastly, her beloved Shar Pei / Black Lab mix 'Sam'. Carol was a natural artist and filled her home with paintings. She was a politically active Libertarian who despised "Big Government" which compelled her to write many Letters to the Editor, primarily dealing with Constitutional issues. Carol's letters gained her many friends in what she called, "The Freedom Movement". Long-term readers of The Auburn Journal may remember her.
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Published in Gold Country Media Newspapers on June 26, 2016
Davis, Sharon Diane  
Sharon Diane Davis 9/7/1938 - 6/19/2016 Longtime Auburn resident, Sharon Davis, has passed away surrounded by her loved ones. She is survived by her husband of 59 years, Richard Davis, daughters Jeannine Davis D'Addario and Jessica ("Jessy") Davis, granddaughters April Davis and Lillian ("Lilly") D'Addario as well as her brother Bruce Hesla of Grass Valley, California. Sharon was well known in the Auburn community having worked at gift shops Wildflower and The Gift Box, and was active with the American Cancer Society Discovery Shop. As a cancer survivor herself, Sharon was a devoted supporter of the American Cancer Society. A memorial will be held this Saturday, June 25 at 10 a.m., St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Auburn with a reception immediately following. In lieu of flowers, contributions in her memory may be made to the American Cancer Society. www.donate.cancer.org
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Published in Gold Country Media Newspapers on June 24, 2016
Fawx, Emma  
On June 17, 2016, Emma Fawx passed away in Roseville, California, surrounded by her family, at the age of 91. Emma was born in rural Tripp County, South Dakota, on September 3, 1924, the fifth of twelve children born to John and Magdalena (Hoffmann) Littau. On June 20, 1953, she married William (Bill) Fawx at St. John's Lutheran Church in Gregory, SD. They were married for 63 years. Emma's family was part of a community of ethnic Germans who had resided in Russia and then had come to the United States at the turn of the 20th century. She grew up on the edge of the Dust Bowl, in a small house without running water, electricity or indoor plumbing. She spoke only German when she started school and attended a one room school house which served 8 grades. She graduated from White River High School in 1942 and briefly attended Southern State Normal School (University of South Dakota at Springfield) and taught elementary school before moving to Lodi, Calif when she was 19. She soon went to work for the state in Sacramento. She was working for the Department of Motor Vehicles when she met Bill. Emma and Bill raised four daughters. They moved from Sacramento to Newcastle on Easter Sunday 1962. Emma was a member of St. Paul Lutheran Church in Auburn for 54 years and she was very active in her church community, participating in Altar Guild, Vacation Bible School and VBS. The church and her family were her life work. In addition, she was worked at Newcastle Elementary School for many years. She learned to use a computer in her 70s and emailed until her eyesight no longer allowed it. Emma loved poetry and was proud she was able to recite poems learned many years ago up until the last week of her life. Emma faithfully sent birthday cards (with a birthday dollar!) to her extended family. In addition to her husband Bill, Emma is survived by her brother Ruben (Ruth) of Auburn, Calif, sister Susanne Mundorf (Leonard) of Cary, NC; children Linda of Sacramento, Sherryl (Andrew Imbrie) of Santa Clara, Calif, Karryl Downing of Roseville and Robyne of Sacramento; grandchildren Denise Meany (Michael) of Roseville, Gina Lane of Roseville and Andrew Downing of Roseville, as well as great-grandson Luca Meany of Roseville. Additional survivors include sister-in-law Jeanine Littau of Hermosa, SD and too many nieces, nephews and their children and grand children to list. She was predeceased by her parents; two infant sons; brothers Fred, Adolph, Donald, Otto and Anton and sisters Edna, Martha, Luella and Alvina. The family wishes to extend all thanks to her caregiver Lewa, who enriched her last three months of life and prior care givers as well. Memorials may be made to St. Paul Lutheran, 275 Nation Drive, Auburn, CA 95603. The memorial service is on Monday June 27 at 11:30 a.m. at St. Paul Lutheran Church, 275 Nation Drive, Auburn, CA 95603. The Rev. David Poganski will officiate. A lunch reception will follow at the church. Arrangements are being handled by Sierra Foothills Funeral Service, 271 Auburn Ravine Road, Auburn, CA 95603
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Published in Auburn Journal on June 23, 2016
Fleury, Jeff  
Jeff Fleury 1962 - 2016 While saddened because of losing him, we are comforted that Jeff Fleury is freed from the pain of the cancer he so diligently fought, having passed peacefully on March 10, 2016 with family and loved ones by his side. Jeff was born in 1962 in Port Huron, Mich., grew up with an older sister and two younger brothers, and joined the Marine Corps straight out of High School. His Electrical Engineering training in the Corp sparked his love of, and curiosity about, understanding how things work - a passion that stayed with him. Married at 19, his daughters, Kelly and Lisa (his true loves) were born in '90 and '92 and he finally found the love of his life, Dina, in mid-2015. His focus and interests included: reading; history; video games; volleyball; the Broncos; how PCs work; tequila; talk radio; designing and building things; the Drudge Report; Destination Imagination; Disney/Disneyland; and mostly his girls. Through self-teaching while a full time Dad he added value in so many ways, including: building PCs from the ground up and donating them to local schools; hacking the Tivo to add extensive additional storage; graffiti abatement in San Jose; coaching and refereeing soccer and softball; and building in the backyard (the swing-set, the brickwork and prepping for the hot tub, the treehouse, his garden). His love and constant research of PC technology over the decades prepared him well for his entry into Intel in 2004, where he made untold technical and leadership contributions over many years, culminating in his final assignment as a software engineer in the validation lab in Folsom. Those who knew Jeff experienced and benefitted from his even manner; his unique sense of humor and love of a good gag; and his depth of understanding. We were all enriched from having had him in our lives and we wish him eternal peace.
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Published in Gold Country Media Newspapers on June 29, 2016
Huckins, Mary Ann  
Mary Ann Huckins 5/27/1919 - 6/20/2016 Mary passed away in Auburn, Calif., with some of her grandchildren keeping watch by her side. She was born in Germany to August and Veronica Schmidt. Mary and her parents, sister Charlotte and brother Hans came to the United States in 1925; she was six years old. Her last brother Kurt was born in Connecticut. Mary was predeceased by her parents, siblings, husband Robert, and grandchildren Joe and Isabella. She is survived by two sons Chick (Ginny) of Auburn, Calif., and Gary of Oklahoma, and daughter Susie (Tony Tapia) of Auburn, Calif., 13 grandchildren, 46 great grandchildren and four great great grandchildren with more on the way. Mary worked at various bookkeeping jobs and volunteered at the Auburn Faith Gift Shop and Discovery Shop for many years. She was a member of St. Teresa's Catholic Church. Mary loved to read and she loved her dog 'Echo' as well as all animals. She was a classy lady who was friendly to everyone. A Rosary was said for her with her family members at St. Joseph's. A Memorial Mass will be celebrated at St. Teresa's Catholic Church on July 1, 2016 at 2 p.m. located at 11600 Atwood Rd. in Auburn, Calif. Reception to follow in the Hall. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Catechesis of the Good Shepherd, St. Joseph's Parish, 1162 Lincoln Way, Auburn, CA 95603.
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Published in Gold Country Media Newspapers on June 26, 2016
Kurtz, Marilyn Jean  
Marilyn Jean Kurtz 4/18/1928 - 6/21/2016 Marilyn Jean Kurtz passed away June 21, 2016 at the age of 88 years old. She and her husband Don just celebrated 67 years of marriage. She was born in Great Falls, Montana. In her early years, she loved ice skating. During WWII, the family moved to Portland, Oregon where she worked in a factory making gas masks for the war effort. During college she met Don and they married in 1949. Their first home was a houseboat on the Willamette River in Portland. They stayed on the river for three years. Later they moved to San Jose, California where she worked for the Pacific Telephone Co. They bought a ranch on the outskirts of town where she rode horses, raised pigeons, rabbits and you name it. She was very active, indeed. For many years in San Jose, she was employed as an elementary school secretary and then as the head secretary for a Jr. High School. Still searching, she then became an Electrologist (you ladies know that one). All the time, the family was busy snow skiing (55 years total). Now it was time to move on, so Marilyn and Don developed the ranch property into 13 lots by themselves. No advisors, No consultants and No sub-dividers (this task took 7 years). In the 80's, Marilyn and Don moved to Auburn, California. Don retired, however, Marilyn wasn't ready to yet. As a result, Marilyn became a travel agent. They travelled all over the world, plus they enjoyed their motor home. Marilyn has had a wonderful, fulfilling life. Now it's time to move on and be with Jesus, her savior, and be in her final, wonderful home. Marilyn has a son Larry, and daughter-in-law Bunnie, who will forever love her with all their hearts. Funeral Services to be held at: Chapel of the Hills, 1331 Lincoln Way Auburn, Calif. Thursday, June 30, 2016 10 a.m.
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Published in Gold Country Media Newspapers on June 24, 2016
Milbrandt Jr., Benjamin William  
Benjamin William Milbrandt, Jr. 6/18/2016 Benjamin William Milbrandt, Jr., 69, passed away on June 18, 2016 in his home in Bluffton, SC from complications due to cancer. He was the widower of Catherine Milbrandt. They shared 25 years of marriage together filled with many adventures and happy memories. Born in Urbana, Illinois, he was the son of Marion (Owens) Milbrandt and Benjamin Milbrandt, Sr. He graduated from Rantoul High School in 1965, and from University of Illinois in 1969 with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting and Business Administration. He was at the forefront of the Electronic Data Interchange era, writing one of the first published manuals: EDI:Making Business More Efficient (1987, Automated Graphic Systems), and bringing his skills to places such as Logistics Management Institute, Consolidated Freightways, Navistar International Transportation Corporation and Intel. He had an avid interest in genealogy, tracing his family tree back to the mid-1700s. Since retiring, he was an active member of the Sun City Hilton Head community. He found great joy working with the crew at H&R Block, spending time with neighbors, playing softball with the H&R Block and Rockets teams, as well as playing Pickleball with the Long Points Group, crabbing at Riverbend, and fishing with those he loved. Service was a large part of his life. He achieved the rank of Eagle Scout at the age of 13 as a member of Troop 28, First Methodist Church in Rantoul, Illinois. At the age of 15, he received the Order of DeMolay Distinguished Service Medal. He was initiated into the Alpha Alpha Chapter of the Alpha Phi Omega National Service Fraternity in 1966. He was a 33rd Degree Mason. He made over 100 donations to the American Red Cross Blood Bank, volunteered as an IRS tax preparer for low income individuals, and in Folsom, Calif. spent countless weekends in over a year's time to save a local lake from the invasive plant the water hyacinth. He will be remembered most for his brilliant mind, dry wit, willingness to lend a hand, affinity for all things math (including taxes!), ability to teach others and his fun-loving personality. He is survived by his sister Vivian Snyder, brother Roy Milbrandt, son Eric Milbrandt (Kristin), daughter Natalie Hamrick (Brett), and grandchildren Sarah, Ben, Rachel, and Hannah Milbrandt, and Joshua and Noah Hamrick. He was predeceased by his wife Catherine Milbrandt, and his parents Marion Milbrandt and Benjamin Milbrandt, Sr. The memorial service to celebrate his life and homecoming will be Saturday June 25 at 10 a.m. at Sauls Funeral Home, 90 Simmonsville Rd, Bluffton, SC. Memorial donations in lieu of flowers may be made to Gabriel House of Care 4599 Worrall Way Jacksonville, FL 32224 (online https://donatenow.networkforgood.org/gabrielhouseofcare) or the American Cancer Society 1-800-227-2345 (online https://donate.cancer.org/index).
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Published in Auburn Journal from June 22 to June 29, 2016
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