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Farrel J. Newbold, of Marysville, died peacefully on February 5, 2015, at the age of 93, with family members at his side.

Born in Salt Lake City, UT on January 30, 1922, he worked on the Hoover Dam and ran ammunition and supplies for the military in Henderson, NV before relocating to the Marysville area, where he met and married Doris Rose on May 25, 1946. They had 7 children. Farrell, nicknamed "Silver Fox," worked for PG&E for 37 years. He also was a site manager for the Marysville US Dept. of Agriculture. He enjoyed coaching a Marysville little league team for 10 years and volunteered for the Yuba-Sutter Gleaners food bank for 20 years.

He was involved in many community and church services, such as Marriage Encounter and Catholic Charismatic Renewal, and was a member of St Joseph Catholic Church for 69 years. He was also a member of the Knights of Columbus.

He is preceded in death by his wife, Doris Newbold, and their daughter, Catherine Newbold. He is survived by and will be deeply missed by his children: Nancy Newbold (Sandy Caldwell), San Carlos, CA, Linda Conger, Olivehurst, Daniel Newbold (Kathy), Tori Thornton, and David Newbold all of Eugene, OR, and Teresa Newbold, Sacramento. He was a loving, family man, proud of and dearly loved by all his 21 grandchildren, 24 great grands and 4 great greats with 1 more on the way. He is also survived by 3 sister-in- laws, 1 brother-in-law and numerous nieces and nephews.

Please join us to honor Farrell: Rosary will be prayed at 4:30pm on Friday, February 27th, followed by a Memorial Mass at 5 pm at St Joseph Catholic Church, 702 C Street, Marysville, CA. A "Celebration of Life" will be held Sunday, March 1st at 2pm at St Joseph Hall, next to the church.

In lieu of flowers, please donate to The Yuba-Sutter Gleaners, 760 Stafford Way, YC, 95991, or the .

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Published in Appeal Democrat on Feb. 15, 2015
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