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Delcie McCrea
Sept. 24, 1920 - Jan. 10, 2014
Delcie Marie (Casebolt) McCrea, 93, of Vallejo passed away peacefully on Friday, Jan. 10. She was born in Crawford County, Missouri. She was preceded in death by her husband of 48 years, Lyman A. McCrea (1992); her son, Lyman L. "Mick" McCrea (2010), and by her grandson Michael McCrea (1981). She was a housewife and mother. She was supportive of her family in various ways over the years including PTA and Cub Scouts, and was an avid cook for the sportsmen in her family. She was a past member of the Sunshine Singers Choral Group. She loved keeping her brain sharp by doing word puzzles and many different crafts, especially crocheting. Her family was the light of her life, as she was theirs. She is survived by her son, Bill (Pat) of Vallejo; three grandsons, Matt (Kim) of Fairfield, Chris (Amber) and Brian (Karen) both of Vallejo, and five great grandchildren, Katelyn, Madison, Nathan, Ayden, and Ella. Prayers and kind thoughts are welcomed. All services will be private.

*** These two gracious ladies died on the same day within seven hours of each other. They have been joined as family for 39 years by the marriage of Delcie's son, Bill, to Therese's daughter, Pat. They journeyed together to the next life hand in hand. ***

Therese St. Pierre
May 11, 1927 - Jan. 10, 2014
Marie Therese (Soucy) St. Pierre, 86, of Vallejo passed away peacefully on Friday, Jan. 10. She was born in Lac Baker Parish in Madawaska, Canada. She was preceded in death by her husband of 57 years, Laurence H. St. Pierre, in 2006. They moved to Vallejo in 1951 where she was a homemaker and mother. In 1968, they purchased their first business, Joe's Shoe Repair, and later, in 1970, opened The Shoe Hospital where they worked together until retiring in 1985. She enjoyed travelling throughout the U.S. and Canada in an RV, as well as gardening and fishing before her husband's passing. Since then, she enjoyed many fine meals with her family and friends. She was a member of the Red Hat Society as well as a long standing member of St. Basil's Parish. She lived her life to the fullest with grace and style until the end. She is survived by five children, Lee (Renee) and Gerald (Jane) of Vallejo, Pat (Bill) McCrea of Vallejo, Lynne St. Pierre of Santa Rosa, and Irene McMullin of Texas. Therese has one surviving brother, Edgar in Canada. She was the family matriarch to many grandchildren and great grandchildren. Our thanks to Kaiser hospice for their help. All services will be private.
Published in TimesHeraldOnline on Jan. 14, 2014
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