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Bourland, Ray David - Tehachapi  
Ray David Bourland Tehachapi, CA Ray David Bourland "Dave", 58, of Tehachapi, Ca., passed away on September 7, 2016 unexpectedly. Dave was born February 22, 1958 to Joan and Ray Bourland. He attended Simi Valley High School where he played Football and graduated in 1976. He enjoyed Fishing, riding his Harley, but mostly spending time with his family. He battled cancer this last year but fought a good fight. He was a hardworking man and took very good care of his family. He worked in construction and lived in his dream home, with his wife Becky of 36 years, in the beautiful mountains of Tehachapi, Ca. Dave is survived by his wife Becky, his children Kristen and Jake, his sister Susan, and his 5 grandchildren that he adored Bella, Ava, Olivia, Jonathan and Jakey. He was an amazing husband, father, grandfather, brother, nephew, cousin, Uncle and friend. A memorial will be held on Saturday September 24, 2016 at Reardon's Mortuary in Simi Valley, Ca. at 11:00 am. 2636 Sycamore Dr. Simi Valley, Ca. He will be forever missed and always in our hearts.
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Published in Ventura County Star on Sept. 23, 2016

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Bailey, Erika - Thousand Oaks  
Erika Bailey 75, of Thousand Oaks, Vice President computer programmer, died 9/10/2016. Arrangements by the direction of Griffin Family Funeral Chapels, Thousand Oaks (805)230-2800
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Published in Ventura County Star on Sept. 18, 2016
Browne, Marjorie Brinkley - Camarillo  
Marjorie Brinkley Browne Camarillo, CA Marjorie Jean (Brinkley) Browne was born May 31, 1924, in Kansas City, Missouri. Her parents were King and Inger Brinkley, and she grew up the youngest of three, including a sister, Mary Elizabeth (Brinkley) Young, and a brother, Thomas Madison Brinkley. At the beginning of the Great Depression, the family moved to a 230 acre farm in the Ozarks, in Southern Missouri, where they lived for seven years. During that time she rode a mule to a one-room school-house. In 1937, they drove along old Route 66 to Southern California. Marjorie's father bought and operated a store on Avalon Boulevard in Los Angeles where she worked during high school and college. Marjorie graduated from Washington High School, spent two years at Los Angeles City College, then transferred to USC. In 1945, she earned her bachelor's degree and her teaching credential. She loved the sorority life at USC, even though there was a shortage of men on the USC campus during World War II! Returning to USC to obtain her Masters in Education, Marjorie met Harry Browne, going to school on the G.I. Bill, and they were married on November 3, 1950. Marjorie worked as a teacher for 37 years in the Los Angeles Unified School System, beginning at Fries Avenue School (with her sister Mary), then at 98th Street School in Los Angeles, then for many years (until her retirement) at Parthenia Street Elementary School in the San Fernando Valley. Marjorie and Harry raised two sons, Jeffrey (born 1952) and Scott (born 1956). She was a loving Mother to Jeff and Scott, Mother-In-Law to Marguerite and Lori, "Grandma B" to her five grandchildren: Caitlin, Gregory, Patrick, Matthew, and Steven and "Aunt Margie" to her nieces and nephew. Marjorie was also a founding member, choir member, and President of the Congregation at Lutheran Church of the Master in Sylmar. She remained a faithful and prayerful Christian, quietly living out her faith for all to see, rather than preaching in words alone. After retiring from fulltime teaching, Marjorie moved to Camarillo in 1988, close to Jeff and his family, and became an active member of Mount Cross Lutheran Church, participating in the preschool board, choir, and Stephen Ministries. She loved her home and her neighborhood friends in Camarillo Springs, and also her apartment, friends, and helpers at AlmaVia Senior Living in Camarillo. She loved and prayed daily for her sons, her daughters-in-law, her grandkids, and her friends and neighbors. She loved to laugh, she could visit with people in crisis, and she was always kind and gracious. Even when Marjorie was only semi-conscious, in hospice care near the end of her life, her caregivers received a smile, and a genuine and warm thank you! Marjorie Jean Brinkley Browne passed away peacefully at her Camarillo home at 3:45 PM on Friday, September 2, 2016, aged 92, with her family by her side. As with everything in her life, Mom's passing was serene and dignified. She is survived by her sons, daughters-in-law, five grandchildren, nieces and nephew, and many friends. A memorial service will be held in her honor at 1:00 PM on Saturday, October 15th at Mount Cross Lutheran Church in Camarillo. Condolences may be left at .
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Published in Ventura County Star from Sept. 17 to Sept. 18, 2016
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