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Brooker, Tammy  
Tammy Brooker Born December 15, 1964 in Fresno, Tammy passed away on July 18, 2015 in Ukiah. She is survived by her children Kayla Brooker and Justin Brooker-Dalerio, mother Lauretta Dalerio, brother Bob Woodruff, granddaughter Chevelle Dalerio and niece Brittany Woodruff. There will be a book available to sign at Eversole Mortuary to pay your respects to Tammy and her family from 7/22 thru 7/31 M-F 9 a.m. 5 p.m.
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Published in Ukiah Daily Journal on July 22, 2015
Brown, Patricia H.  
Patricia H. Brown Patricia H. Brown (Pat) age 81 of Potter Valley passed away on July 15. She was a loving wife, mother, grandmother and great grandmother. She was dedicated to the community of Potter Valley which she so dearly loved for the 70 years she lived there. She was a long time 4H leader and supporter of the junior livestock auction at the Redwood Empire Fair. Pat was actively involved in supporting the local Potter Valley schools when it was private donating time and land. For ten years the Potter Valley Rodeo was held on the family ranch lands with the proceeds going to the school and local organizations. She was an integral member of the group that led the fight to once again make Potter Valley a public school system, which ultimately became known as the Potter Valley Community Unified School District. She also served on the school board for many years before and after it became a public school system. Pat and Jack worked side by side on the family ranch for over 50 years. She enjoyed it all, whether it was working cattle, riding horses, raking hay or anything to do with the outdoors. One of her favorite things was to go out and check the cattle at calving time and watch the baby calves run and buck. Pat enjoyed raising her own children and also never minded when we would have a couple friends show up for a meal or needed a place to stay her door was always open. Pat who was a big sports fan especially for her beloved 49ers and Giants. We will miss her faith, dedication, smile, selflessness, compassion, values and endless energy but we take solace that she is in a better place. She is survived by her husband Jack of 60 years, daughters Judy Barbera (Steve) Emmett, ID, Kathy Brown San Jose, sons Jim Brown Potter Valley, Don Brown (Rhonda) Potter Valley, Ken Brown (Barbara) Kerman, Dave Brown Potter Valley. 7 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren. She is preceded in death by sons Little Jack and Bob, brothers Greg and Mike and sisters Libby and Bobby. A graveside service will be held at the Potter Valley Cemetery at 10:30 am on Friday July 24 followed by a celebration of life at the Potter Valley Methodist Church on Main St in Potter Valley. Arrangements & Care under the direction of Eversole Mortuary.
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Published in Ukiah Daily Journal on July 21, 2015
Brown, Thomas Eastwood  
Thomas Eastwood Brown Memorial services will be held for Thomas Brown on Monday, July 27, 2015 at 3 p.m. at the Ukiah Calvary Baptist Church. Born January 30, 1935 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Thomas passed away on July 7, 2015 in Ukiah. He was 80 years old. Thomas served his country in the U.S. Marines and fought in the Korean War. He retired as a QC Manager at Microphor. Thomas was very proud of his children and grandchildren and will be remembered for his willingness to help anyone out and for his love of wrestling, fishing and having a great time. Thomas is survived by his wife of 47 years, Jean Brown of Ukiah, daughter Amy Paulsen of San Pedro, sons Chris Brown of Sacramento, Brent Brown of Redding, Brock Brown of Sacramento and Rodger Webb of Tacoma, Washington, by his grandchildren Natasha O'Hara and Jessica Brown of Sacramento, Cassie, Madisyn and Averie Brown of Redding, Camryn, Alivia and Blake Brown of Sacramento, Collin Grimshaw, Logan and Ella Paulsen of San Pedro. He was preceded in death by his mother Chrissy and his father James. Eversole Mortuary is in charge of arrangements.
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Published in Ukiah Daily Journal on July 21, 2015
Carr, Pamela Dawn Sharp  
Pamela Dawn Sharp Carr passed way at he Ukiah home July 17th at the age of 55. She was born in Willits, October 25, 1959. Pamela had a passion for knitting, gardening, cooking, singing and loved a good game of pool. Pamela is survived by her Husband Gerald Carr of Ukiah. Her sons Christopher Myers of Mt. Shasta and Randall Bonacorso if Santa Rosa. Her daughter Ashley Sharp of Ukiah. Her brothers Dave Sargent of Redwood Valley and sisters Cynthia Stacks of Clovis, Ca and Carol Renee Oliver of Redwood Valley Ca. Grandson Patrick Michael Myers of Mt. Shasta. Memorial services will be held at a later date and will be announced by the family. Memorial gifts can be made to the American Caner Society. All Arrangements entrusted to the care of Empire Mortuary Services of Ukiah.
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Published in Ukiah Daily Journal on July 28, 2015
Dennis, Suzanne Caldwell (Madden)  
My mom, Suzanne (Madden) Caldwell Dennis, died on Monday, July 20, 2015, in Chewelah, Washington, 1 week before her 80th birthday. She was born to Tom and Irene Madden (Rene and Bop) in Omaha, Nebraska, the middle daughter out of five girls. She grew up in Burbank, California, where her father ran a bowling alley. In 1949, she moved with her father to Ukiah to start Irene's Tots to Teens. The rest of the family moved up in the fall of that year. Mom married my dad, Wes Caldwell, in 1953 while they were still in high school. I was also born that year (my name is Lynn Caldwell Mydland). They lived mostly in Ukiah, moving to Santa Rosa for the last few years of their marriage. After they divorced, mom married Dave Dennis, who died in 1996, and she then moved back to Ukiah to be closer to her family. In 2010, mom moved to Chewelah Washington and lived with my family until she could no longer live on her own. She spent the last two years at the St. Joseph Long Term Care Unit in Chewelah. She enjoyed living in Washington, being closer to my family and to her sister, Tomi Smith, and her daughter Laurie's family, who had also moved to NE Washington. Suzanne began working at the Savings Bank of Mendocino County while still in high school, and continued in banking most of her working career, in both Ukiah and Santa Rosa. Mom is survived by her younger sisters, Mary (and Jack) Foucault of Ukiah, and Tomi Smith of Spokane, Washington, whose husband Gary died earlier this year. Predeceasing her were her parents (Rene and Bop), and her older sisters Marilyn Pray along with her husband, Landon, and Shirley Blocher, along with her husband Dwain. Also predeceasing her was a niece, Anna Delgado, and a nephew Tyler Smith. Although she didn't have any grandchildren, she left countless nieces and nephews. Mom didn't want a funeral, but there will be a gathering of family and friends on the Oregon coast in August. Any of mom's family and friends are invited.
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Published in Ukiah Daily Journal on July 28, 2015
Eriksen, Peggy Miller  
Peggy Miller Eriksen passed peacefully in her sleep at her mountaintop ranch off the Dos Rios Road east of Laytonville, on July 10, 2015. She was born to Henry and Mary Miller on February 20, 1930 at Dos Rios, California. She was preceded by her husband of 65 years, Walter Richard Eriksen, on February 6, 2013. Survivors are her son Richard Eriksen of Laytonville; daughter Wanda and husband Gene Lensing of Arizona; three grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; her sister-in-law Roberta Branscomb of Laytonville; and numerous nieces and nephews. No services will be held.
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Published in Ukiah Daily Journal on July 26, 2015
Gibson, Arden "Bing"  
ARDEN "Bing" GIBSON Bing was a 5th generation son of the Gibson families of Mendocino County, born to Judge Lilburn and Velma (Ball) Gibson on May 4th, 1921. He lived a full and happy life here until his death on July 24th, 2015 at the age of 94. Bing enjoyed playing clarinet in the Ukiah high school band. He went to San Jose State College plus played in a dance band. He was a WWII fighter pilot veteran. Prior to combat he married Louisa Hinds of the Carl Hinds family of Ukiah. After 2 ½ years of Air Force training, he went into combat in the area of Iwo Jima, Japan in 1945. He flew P40s, P47s ("the Jug"), P51 Mustangs and several other types of airplanes. He was injured and received a Purple Heart which took him out of action and into the reserves until his discharge. Back he went to Ukiah to start a family and work. He loved flying and continued to fly for various jobs in his working life. He was a commander of Mendocino County Sheriff Bartolomie's air squadron, did charter service and fire patrol for Smith Air and was a business pilot for the Antoni Trucking company. He worked and retired from the Mendocino County Transportation dept. His hobbies were lapidary, wood-working, photo-graphy, enjoying peace, nature and traveling, to name a few. Bing was a good friend to many and loved by all. He was a gentle man with a big presence who never met a person he didn't like. He belonged to the Elk's Club and Wapiti's travel club. He and his wife Lou traveled around the U.S., to Hawaii, Canada, Scotland and the UK, China, Mexico, and other places in their many years. During their life they had big family gatherings near the old family homestead on Brushy Mountain above Covelo and at their well-used family Caspar beach cabin. Many friends of the extended families throughout the years also enjoyed the place while it was there. There were more than a few wild hairs flung about there over the decades. Bing & Lou were Friends of the Library volunteers, helping with all the money making book sale frenzies over the years, and enabling book hounds all over. Bing was preceeded in death by his parents Lilburn and Velma, and sister, Ernestine Davis of Ukiah, also, his beloved wife of 68 years, Louisa (Hinds.) Bing leaves behind his wife, Joyce, whom he adored and will be sorely missed by, and a daughter, Susan (and Gary) Miles of Ukiah, 2 granddaughters, Jennifer (and John) McKenzie of Ukiah and Sarah (and Jarrod) Meyer of Redwood Valley, 4 great grandpeople, Jason (and Landa) Bright of WA, Savannah and Dakota Meyer and Griffin Mckenzie. Plus another generation of 2 little great-great granddaughter twins, Madilyn and Avery Bright. We will all miss this man very much. Services will be in the form of a celebration of his life at the Elk's lodge off Talmage Rd. on Hasting Rd. on Wednesday July 29th at 1 p.m. Light refreshments and cool drinks will be available. Cremation and care done under the direction of the Eversole Mortuary.
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Published in Ukiah Daily Journal on July 28, 2015
Kisslinger, Michael Albert  
Michael Albert Kisslinger Michael Albert Kisslinger, 60, died of natural causes on Monday, July 20th, 2015, in Ukiah. He was born in St. Louis, Missouri, one of three children of Robert Leo and Jean (Farbstein) Kisslinger. He grew up and attended public primary and high schools in University City, Missouri. He then spent the next eleven years attending three different universities pursuing seven different fields of study. He began his educational journey at Washington University in St. Louis, spent time at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, and eventually acquired a Bachelor's of Science degree in Enology and Fermentation Science from University of California, Davis. Later, he earned a Master's Degree in Negotiation and Conflict Management from California State University, Dominguez Hills. Michael married Anne Cecile Molgaard in 1994 in Hopland, CA. They have two children, Zane and Aleyna. Michael was a man of many talents and skills, and spent time employed as a winemaker, conflict manager, nonprofit consultant, grantwriter, library technician, substitute teacher, and radio host. He was a professional folk dancer, got by in several languages, had a second degree black belt in Aikido, and was a nationally ranked Judo master as a teenager. Michael loved to cook, play cribbage, read science fiction, and volunteered with many community service groups throughout Mendocino County. He was curious, gregarious, and deeply interested in people and their stories. He loved long elaborate puns. But although he had many and varied interests, Michael's children were his most enduring source of love, pride and accomplishment. Michael is survived by his daughter Aleyna, son Zane, and wife Anne. He also leaves his sister Donna Kisslinger Abram (Bill), brother Frank Kisslinger, and his daily morning canine companion, Hana. He was predeceased by his parents. Friends are invited to a memorial gathering on Thursday, July 23rd, at 6 pm in the picnic area of Todd Grove Park. Rabbi Shoshanah Devorah will preside, and light refreshments will be served. Please consider bringing a lawn chair. Funeral services will be held privately in the Gan Yarok section of Fernwood Cemetery in Mill Valley. Michael had often expressed a wish for a green burial in a natural setting with the least impact to the environment, rather than internment in a matzohleum. In lieu of flowers, donations can be sent to The Community Foundation of Mendocino County. Arrangements are under the direction of the Eversole Mortuary.
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Published in Ukiah Daily Journal on July 23, 2015
Maddux, Joseph Alan  
Joseph Alan Maddux Aug. 2 1993 ~ July 6, 2015 Joseph Alan Maddux was born in Santa Rosa and died near Blue Lakes in Lake County. He was a 2012 graduate from Clover Valley High School in Upper Lake. Joe lived in Lake County for most of his childhood, spent some years in Willits and was a resident of Ukiah when he died. Joe had a kind spirit and strong belief in God. He wanted everyone to love one another, believing love was always the solution to any problem. Joe was a simple man who believed that family was all important. Music also played a key role in his life. His family is completely devastated by his loss and accepting the loss of such a young spirit. He is survived by his parents Keith Alan Maddux, of Willits; Laura Selby of Reno; brother Anthony Bordessa of Nice and Jenae Maddux of Willits; numerous aunts, uncles and cousins; nephews Riley, Jude and Blake Bordessa; Nicholas Delisle III. Celebration of life will be a potluck held at Lake Mendocino, Pomo B Day Use Area on July 25 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Questions call Marie at 321-9004.
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Published in Ukiah Daily Journal on July 22, 2015
Smith, Lynn Leroy  
Lynn Leroy Smith Private services will be held for Lynn Leroy Smith of Ukiah who passed away on July 12, 2015 with his family by his side. Born February 19, 1947, he was 68. He is survived by his sister Susie Smith of Ukiah, brother Rickki Smith of Ukiah, grandchildren Michael, Kassi and Mckenzie of Ukiah and Mason Smith of Santa Rosa and great grandchildren Alexia and Adonis. Eversole Mortuary is in charge of arrangements.
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Published in Ukiah Daily Journal on July 22, 2015
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