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Ernest Edward Marzoline Obituary
Crossing the Bar By Lord Alfred Tennyson For tho' from out our bourne of Time and Place The flood may bear me far, I hope to see my Pilot face to face When I have crost the bar. ERNEST EDWARD MARZOLINE Beloved husband of Jeri Marzoline, crossed the bar on Monday, January 13, 2014 in Riverside at the age of 73 from complications of encephalitis. Ernie was at home surrounded with love from family and his dog Harley when he passed. He was born as Edward Ernest Braslin to the late Eugene Edward Braslin and the late Eleanor Helen Marzoline on May 25, 1940 in Oakland, CA. He was adopted by his uncle and aunt, the late Ernest and Evelyn Marzoline. In addition to his wife Jeri, Ernie is survived by daughters Jan Marzoline Bishop (Richard) of Newark, CA, Cindy Marzoline Brown (Mark) of Alta Loma, CA, Lauren Hunley Smith (Greg) of Yucaipa, CA.; sister Torry Marzoline of Santa Fe, NM; grandchildren Richard Bishop Jr. and Jason Bishop of Newark, CA, Ryan Hall (Cassandra) of San Bernardino, Jessica Bishop of Las Vegas, NV, James Smith of Yucaipa, CA.; and great-grandson Atticus Hall of San Bernardino, CA. Some of Ernie's happiest times were with the family he loved. A car lover from his childhood on Ernie could still give the name, make and year of most old cars he saw, even as illness took away most of his memories. His love of all mechanical things that had wheels also included his love of motorcycles and dirt bikes. Always up for a good time Ernie enjoyed a career in the U.S. Coast Guard and never lost his love for the sea and traveling. During his time in the USCG Ernie worked in Search and Rescue as a rescue swimmer and particularly enjoyed being able to help others. He loved going on cruises and spending time in his motor home in California and Arizona . Known as the "joker" in his teenage years Ernie never met a stranger. Cremation was handled by the Neptune Society of Riverside and a celebration of life will be held by the family at a later date. We love you Big E, clear skies and smooth sailing.

Published in Press-Enterprise from Jan. 18 to Jan. 19, 2014
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