Jack LaVern Sisley was a builder in Paradise before his re-tirement in 1985.
Mr. Sisley died in Spokane, Wash., at age 83.
He was born in Deerfield, N.D., to Alanzo Benjamin and Adeliene Trask.
He is survived by his wife of 15 years, Alice; his two sons, Jerry of Redding and Ron of Queen Creek, Ariz.; two daughters, Sylvia Smejkal and Lee Eubanks of Paradise; two stepchildren, Mary Schnell and Boyd Fagen, both of Washington; 15 grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren.
His service will be at St. Thomas More, and he will be interned at Paradise Cemetery. He will be placed next to his first wife, Loretta Swift Sisley.
Richard Fletcher Burgess worked as a general engineering contractor for more than 25 years. And he served in the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve until he was discharged in 1971.
Mr. Burgess, 56, died in his Paradise home Sunday.
He was born in Van Nuys to Edwin and Catharine Burgess, who survive him.
His other survivors include a daughter, Tanya Dodge of Oregon; two stepchildren, Tamra Thomas of Rohnert Park and Tim Smith of Paradise; two brothers, Jeffrey of St. Louis and John of Tacoma, Wash.; a sister, Patricia Sanders of San Francisco; and one granddaughter.
He will be cremated at Chapel of the Pines Mortuary and privately inurned. A family remembrance will be held later.
Jack B. Kramer played the drums for Country Velvet and was a cowboy in rodeos — in addition to being a self-employed heavy equipment operator.
The 20-year resident of Paradise enjoyed motorcycles, fishing, dancing, carpentry, hunting, ranching and horse training.
He was a Clamper and a member of Elks and the Paradise Moose Lodge.
Mr. Kramer died of cancer Dec. 9 in his home. He was 55.
In Denver he was born to Albert And Elenor Kramer.
He is survived by his wife, Debbie; five sons, Clint of Lemoore, John of Colorado, Albert of Colorado, Gene of Newark, N.J., and Jared of Paradise; two daughters, Katrina Taylor of Ukiah and Darrah of Idaho; eight grandchildren; and one nephew.
A memorial service will be held 3 p.m., Jan. 6, 2001, at Chapel of the Pines. He will be privately inurned. Contri-butions in his memory may be made to Paradise Hospice in care of Chapel of the Pines.
Vladimir Okorokoff worked as a maintenance engineer in a cannery for 15 years. He was born in Russia to Nicholas and Martha Okorokoff.
Mr. Okorokoff, a Paradise resident, died Dec. 10. He was 81.
He is survived by three daughters, Olga Schnipper of Placerville, Jean Wysling of Tulsa, Okla., and Nina Davis of Paradise; and six grandchildren. His son, Nicholas, died in 1962.
No services are planned at this time. He will be cremated at the Chapel of the Pines Mortuary. His ashes will be privately scattered off the seacoast.
Clifford Joseph Judd worked for the Fremont Police Department as an identification technician. He retired after 20 years in law enforcement.
He moved from Fremont to Magalia in 1982. He was a member of St. Thomas More Catholic Church and a past exalted ruler of Paradise Elks Lodge No. 2026.
Mr. Judd died Sunday at age 74.
He was born to Clifford and Agnes Judd of St. Paul, Minn., where he graduated from Cretin High School. Mr. Judd served in the armed forces.
On June 21, 1947, he married Bernice Partyka in Long Beach.
Besides his wife, Mr. Judd is survived by one son, Clifford Judd Jr. of Modesto; one daughter, Liane Judd of Old Town, Maine; and three grandchildren.
A funeral mass will be held 10 a.m. Thursday in St. Thomas More Catholic Church.
There will be a military burial in San Joaquin Veterans National Cemetery. Paradise Chapel of the Pines is handling the arrangements.
Evelyn Alberta Waters Smith, a former Para-dise resident, died Nov. 18 following a brief illness. The Wilton resident was 79.
Born in Indianapolis, she went on to live in Oregon, Nevada and Alaska in addition to California. In Alaska, she was the owner and operator of Chugiak Arts and Ceramic Shoppe. She was well known for her paintings of Alaska on canvas, ceramics and porcelain.
She lived in Galt from 1936 to 1957 and resided in Lake Tahoe, Taylorsville and Grass Valley before settling in Wilton two years ago.
She enjoyed traveling and growing flowers.
Mrs. Smith is survived by her husband, Bob; two daughters, Carol Jordan of Canute, Okla., and Nancy McConnell of Walnut Creek; a son, Gary Madsen of Chugiak, Alaska; a stepson, Don Smith of Wilton; her mother, Esther Fort of Tehachapi; her brother, Leon Fort of Tehachapi; and two sisters, Wawanesa Wegat and Donna Reavis, both of Paradise.
At her request, no services were held.
She was interred in Galt Cemetery. Contributions may be made to U.C. Hospice Program, 3630 Business Drive, Sacramento, 95820. Ben Salas Funeral Home in Galt handled the arrangements.
Edith Abel Fisher, a former resident of Paradise, died Nov. 8 in Escondido at age 87.
She was born in Maxwell to Charles and Julia Hastings Abel. She was the second of three children.
She and her family moved to Walnut Creek when she was 8. She graduated from Mt. Diablo High School in Concord in 1929.
She married Adam Fisher in 1935.
They lived in Concord from 1938 to 1962. When her husband retired, they lived in Mazatlan and Guadalajara, Mexico, from 1962 to 1965.
After living in Walnut Creek, they moved to Paradise, where they lived until her husband’s death in 1975.
In 1994, she moved to Chico, where she met and married Clarence Schreur. He died in 1997. She moved to Encinatas in 1998 to live with her daughter, Susan.
In addition to her daughter, Mrs. Fisher is survived by two sons, Robert of Escondido and Norman of Citrus Heights; a sister, Irene Shreve of Carmel; seven grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.
A service was held Saturday at Maxwell Cemetery in Maxwell.
Charles Fry rooted for the 49ers, built large model airplanes and enjoyed fishing. For more than 20 years, Mr. Fry worked as a police officer for the College of San Mateo.
Mr. Fry died Monday in Paradise. He was 78.
In 1970, he moved from Simi Valley to Magalia. Mr. Fry was a member of Paradise Elks No. 2026. He was born in San Francisco to William and Christina Fry.
During World War II, Mr. Fry served as a U.S. Navy seaman 2nd class and was a disabled veteran. On March 11, 1944, he married Vivian De Martini in San Francisco.
Besides his wife, Vivian, he is survived by one daughter, Shirley Ann Williams of Paradise; one brother, Henry of Petaluma; one granddaughter, Rayleen Cloyd of Magalia; and four great-grandchildren.
A service will be held at noon today in the Paradise Chapel of the Pines. A graveside service at Skyway Memorial Park in Magalia will follow.
Kenneth J. Williams professionally surveyed land in Southern California for more than 30 years. He also enjoyed woodworking. He moved to Paradise in 1996.
On Friday, Mr. Williams died at his home. He was 63.
Born in Urbana, Mo., he moved with his parents, James and Evelyn Williams, to Costa Mesa as a child. He attended school there and graduated from Costa Mesa High School.
On March 7, 1970, he married Joan Merron in Las Vegas.
She survives him, along with two sons, Ron Cook of Paradise and Randy Cook of Salem, Ore.; six grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren.
Memorial services were held Sunday. Neptune Society of Northern California, Chico branch, handled the arrangements.
Dorothy Papendorf enjoyed making crafts, needlework and especially traveling with her husband, Bill. The Paradise resident was a member of the Pinochle Club and the Oakland A’s Booster Club.
Mrs. Papendorf died on her 76th birthday Sunday.
She moved to Paradise from Castro Valley in 1992. She was born in California to Charles and Bertha Hallett.
She married Bill Papendorf in Hayward on April 21, 1922. Besides him, Mrs. Papendorf is survived by five daughters, Shirley Haff of Pennsylvania, Patty McDaniel of Modesto, Carol Roque of Paradise, Cindy Anderson of Montana and Cathy Douglas of Dublin; two sons, Bill Moore of Dublin and Bob Papendorf of Wyoming; one brother, Robert Hallett of California; one sister, Helen Katusich of California; six grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren.
A memorial service will be held 11 a.m. Wednesday at Our Savior Lutheran Church in Paradise.
She will be interred in Paradise Cemetery. Paradise Chapel of the Pines is handling the arrangements.
Contributions in her name may be given to Our Savior Lutheran Church or a favorite charity.
Virgil Newell, 85, enjoyed growing flowers in his garden, and he loved country music. He drove trucks for a living, working more than 40 years out of Minnesota and the San Jose area.
Mr. Newell, a Magalia resident, died Monday in a Paradise health care facility.
He was born to Clarence and Verna Newell in Minneapolis and attended schools in Minnesota.
In 1964, he married Wilma Newell in Las Vegas.
Besides his wife, Wilma, his survivors include a stepdaughter, Norma Jones of San Jose; a brother, Gordon of Wisconsin; a sister, Florence Gunhus of Kenyon, Minn.; six grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren;
It was his wish that there be no funeral service held. He will be inurned at Glen Oaks Memorial Park. Brusie Funeral Home is handling the arrangements. Memorial contributions may be made to Paradise Hospice.
Sara Lore Malone worked during World War II in the federal government as executive secretary and office manager in the office of Chief of Engineers.
She enjoyed ballroom dancing all of her life and became an excellent studio dancer in her later life. She enjoyed all water sports, traveling and going to social functions in Maryland and Washington, D.C.
Mrs. Malone, 94, died of natural causes Monday in her Paradise home.
She was born in Solomons, Md., on the Chesapeake Bay. Her parents were Capt. Joseph Cobb and Sarah Tucker Lore Cobb.
She was the last member of the original Joseph C. Lore, Oyster House Business, now owned by the state of Maryland as part of the Historical Museum.
On June 8, 1929, she married John L. Malone, who worked as an engineer in the Department of Health.
Mrs. Malone graduated from the Historical School, St. Mary’s Seminary — now known as St. Mary’s College. There she was a member of the Delta Phi Sigma Sorority and excelled in sports. While playing on varsity teams, she won school letters and a gold basketball.
After graduation, she attended Strayer College of Business Administration in Washington, D.C., where she again excelled in sports and won another gold basketball.
Mrs. Malone and her husband retired to St. Petersburg, Fla., in 1961. Mr. Malone died in 1973. Due to failing health, Mrs. Malone moved to Paradise in 1989 to be near her son, John, who survives her.
She is also survived by two other sons, Richard of Chester, Md., and William of Clearwater, Fla.; eight grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren.
One son, Robert, preceded her in death.
Memorial serviced will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday at Paradise Chapel of the Pines. She will be laid to rest in Royal Palm Cemetery, St. Petersburg, Fla.
Claude Franklin Scott, a Paradise resident for 30 years, was a member of the Masonic Table Mountain Lodge No. 124 and a member of the Eagles Lodge in Paradise. He worked as a machinist in the U.S. Navy for 30 years.
Mr. Scott, who lived in Antioch the past 1-1/2 years, died Tuesday at age 88.
He was born in Denver. Mr. Scott enjoyed traveling, remodeling and auto repair.
His survivors include one daughter, Faye Barnes of Antioch; four sons, Richard of Granite Bay, Kenneth of Antioch, Larry of Memphis, Tenn., and David Farley of Stockton; one sister, Lucille McFeeley of Belfair, Wash.; 22 grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren; and two great-great-grandchildren. Preceding him death were his wife, Harriet Iola Legget Scott in 1996; and a son, Stanley in December 1999.
Visitation will be 1 to 2 p.m. today at Higgins Chapel in Antioch. His service will be 2 p.m. today at Higgins Chapel. He will be privately inurned.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association, Greater San Francisco Bay Area Chapter, 2065 W. El Camino Real, Suite C, Mountain View, 94040.
Myra Daniels worked as a certified nursing assistant in Paradise, where she lived off and on for 20 years. She had been living in Paradise the last five years.
Mrs. Daniels died Tuesday of natural causes in her home. She was 47. In Stockton she was born to Myron and Clara Lagomarsino.
She enjoyed camping and fishing. Her survivors include her husband, Colin; her mother, Clara; a brother, Neil Lagomarsino; and a nephew, Mike Lagomarsino — all of Paradise. A memorial will be held at 1 p.m. today at the family home. She will be privately inurned.
Violet L. Thomas lived in Paradise for 21 years. She was a member of Paradise Alliance Church. She moved to Roseville a year ago.
Mrs. Thomas died Tuesday at age 82. She was born in Bottineau, N.D.
She worked as an electrical inspector for General Dynamics Astronautics.
She is survived by her husband, Joseph of Citrus Heights; two sons, Timothy Braya of Washington and Thomas Braya of Red Bluff; a daughter, JoLynn Dietz of Citrus Heights; a sister, Dorothy Golden of South Carolina; a brother, Leonard Hart of Bottineau, N.D.; 10 grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild.
Family and friends are welcome to attend memorial services 2 p.m. Tuesday at Miller Funeral Home in Folsom.
Jerome Louis Kresch, the father of Janeen Kresch of Paradise, died Oct. 20 in Rio Vista at the home of his son, James.
Born in Bayonne, N.J., he spent most of his life in the New York City area, where in the late 1960s, before the age of computer graphics, he became known as a unique special effects photographer.
Inventing and building his won electro-mechanical devices to generate color light patterns in motion, he then photographed them with a camera in his darkened studio on West 76th Street.
In 1969, he formed his own graphics company called Innovative Photographic Design for Business & Industry. His early work was published in the Time-Life book “Photography As a Tool” in October 1970. Nikon World magazine also featured his unique photography.
His clients included many well-known companies like NBC, Newsweek, Fortune magazine and Random House.
In 1938, Mr. Kresch and his younger brother, Warren, were placed in the Hebrew National Orphan Home in Yonkers, N.Y., following the death of their father, Austrian-born Morris Kresch. Their mother, Bertha Jessome Kresch, a native of Nova Scotia, had died two years earlier. Mr. Kresch graduated from Roosevelt High School in Yonkers, N.Y., and later studied at the Chouinard Art Institute and the Jepson Art Institute, both in Los Angeles. After graduation, he worked as a commercial artist in Los Angeles for seven years before moving back New York.
From 1943 to 1945, Mr. Kresch served in the U.S. Army.
Following his retirement in 1989, he settled in Los Angeles again. In 1998, he moved to Rio Vista.
In addition to his son, James, his daughter, Janeen, and his brother, Warren, Mr. Kresch is survived by five grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
Many people will remember Robert “Bob” J. Knarr’s friendly, smiling face during his 33 years of work at the Paradise Safeway. He retired in 1993.
A resident of Paradise for 40 years, Mr. Knarr died at his home Sunday. He was 65.
Mr. Knarr was a board member and past president of the Paradise Historical Society. He was a member of the American Legion, St. Thomas More Catholic Church and the Retail Clerks Union.
In Trevorton, Pa., he was born to Rufus and Victoria Knarr. He served overseas in the U.S. Army from 1954 to 1958 in radio communications and electronics.
In July 12, 1958, he married Deloris Rodriguez in Oroville.
His hobbies included fishing, the outdoors and supporting his teams, the San Francisco 49ers and the Giants. He also coached Little League and played ball with his friends and co-workers.
Besides his wife, Deloris, and his father, Rufus, in Oroville, Mr. Knarr is survived by a son, Joseph of Helena, Mont.; a daughter, Katrina Basse of Salinas; a sister, Sandie George of Oroville; and one grandson, Jack Basse of Salinas.
A funeral Mass will be held at noon tomorrow at St. Thomas More Catholic Church. Father Chuck Kelly will preside. He will be interred at the Skyway Memorial Park Cemetery in Magalia.
Memorial contributions may be made to the American Lung Association or the St. Thomas More School in care of Paradise Chapel of the Pines, which is handling the arrangements.
Richard Hill owned and operated Hill Country Store in Magalia for 23 years.
Mr. Hill died Saturday in Feather River Hospital at age 69.
He loved fishing and camping.
He was born in Long Beach to John and Genevieve Hill.
His survivors include his wife of 51 years, Betty; three sons, Michael of Rancho Cucamonga, Lance of Clarksville, Tenn., and Brad of Paradise; a daughter, Christine Hill of Paradise; a brother, John of Washington; and four grandchildren.
His sister, Lucille, died before him.
His service will be 11 a.m. today at Rose Chapel Mortuary.
Vivian M. Phillips, 70, was past president of Women of the Moose, Pine Ridge Women’s Club, Birthday Girls Club, Lunch Bunch and the Alzheimer’s Association.
A Magalia resident since 1994, she loved gold, bowling, playing cards and dominoes, the SIRS No. 135 RV Club, the Elks and Moose Lodge RV Club and the Chico Portuguese Club. She also avidly read books.
Mrs. Phillips died Dec. 15 in Chico Enloe Hospital.
She was born to Manuel and Loraine Moreira in Hayward, where she graduated from high school. She managed an office in Hayward and was an office manager in a medical office in Walnut Creek for 10 years.
On July 6, 1994, she married Ron Phillips in Oroville.
Ron survives her, as does a sister, Loraine Rose of Hayward; a sister-in-law, Marily Collett of Paradise; and several nieces and nephews.
A funeral Mass was held yesterday at St. Thomas More Catholic Church. Arrange-ments are being handled by Paradise Chapel of the Pines, which will accept donations to a favorite charity on her behalf. Inurnment will be private.
Lawrence Nunes was always providing for the needy or less fortunate. He volunteered his time mostly to the butte county Gleaners as a night driver that would bring semi-trailers of food from Sacramento to distribute to the seniors of Butte County.
Mr. Nunes, 79, died Saturday at his home in Paradise, where he had lived 14 years.
He was born in Los Altos to John and Mary Nunes. For 60 years, he drove long-haul trucks and was a co-owner of Von Ewn-Nunes-Trucking Co. in Fremont.
He served in the U.S. Army. He hunted deer and fished for more than 60 years. He went on his last hunt last September. He was a member of the Paradise Rod and Reel Club, Elks BPOE No. 2026 and the California Conservation Corps.
On Oct. 17, 2000, in Reno, Nev., he married Marcia, who survives him. Other survivors include three stepdaughters, Rebecca Lehtinen of Trabuco Canyon, Lisa Aguirre of Sacramento and Suzanne Bernardy of Santa Ana; his sister, Virginia Frye of Mountain View; five grandchildren. He was a father figure to his niece, Deborah Olmos, and nephews, Larry and James Frye and Joseph Guarrera, all of Mountain View.
A Mass was celebrated yesterday at St. Thomas More Catholic Church. Burial was at Paradise Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Butte County Gleaners in Chico or Enloe Hospice in Chico.
Winton D. Keene enjoyed spending time with his family, working at the Better Deal Exchange on Mitchell Avenue in Oroville and stacking his woodpile.
Mr. Keene moved to Paradise in 1976 and retired in June, 2000.
He died at home Saturday. He was 80.
In Las Vegas, N.M., he was born to James and Lydia Keene. On Nov. 25, 1941, he married Clara Wambeke in Tucumcari, N.M.
Besides Clara, he is survived by a daughter, Sharon Garcia of Brentwood; two sons, Ron of Susanville and Cliff of Catalina Island; one sister, Lucille Wright of Hermosa Beach; four brothers, Frohman of Mohave Valley, Ariz., Bobbie of Magalia; Wayne of Oroville and Don of Tucson, Ariz.; six grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.
A memorial service will be held 11 a.m. today at the Magalia Community Church. A celebration of his life at the Pine Grove Mobile Home Park Clubhouse in Paradise will immediately follow the service.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Paradise Hospice. He will be privately inurned. Neptune Society of Northern California, Chico branch, is handling the arrangements.
James “Jim” W. Severson’s lifelong passion was building a solar boat. He attended barber school and worked in Redding and at various cities in the Bay Area.
Mr. Severson died Sunday in a local hospital. The Magalia resident was 55.
He was born in Oakland. He was raised and educated in Berkeley. He served in the U.S. Army.
He moved to Magalia in 1997.
He is survived by his wife, Joyce; three daughters, Robin Boylan of Anderson, April Hattersly of Sacramento and Tiffeny Mariole of Colorado; three brothers, Richard of Anderson, Ken of the Bay Area and Bob of Georgia; his mother, Lenora Severson of Paradise; 18 grandchildren; and one great-grandchild.
A funeral service was held yesterday at St. Thomas More Catholic Church. Inurnment will be private. Memorial donations may be made to Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation in care of Newton-Bracewell of Magalia.
Betty M. Zachow reached age 101 and outlived three husbands. Six generations survive her. An avid fan of the game Yahtzee, she was playing up to a few weeks before her death.
She died Tuesday at her home in Chico. She had lived in Paradise for roughly 40 years.
In Ava, Mo., she was born to James Wesley and Elvira Jane Evans.
The husbands she outlived were James Evans, Ray Forman and Hank Zachow. She also outlived four sons and one daughter. Those surviving her are: threes sons, James Forman of Woodland Hills, Bobbie Hall of Chico and Dan Forman of Chico; one daughter, Charlotte St. George of Canada; one brother, James Evans of Yuba City; a sister, Sylvia Hughes of Oroville; 29 grandchildren; and other descendants up to six generations.
A funeral service will be held 1 p.m. tomorrow at the Paradise Chapel of the Pines. Interment will follow at Paradise Cemetery. Donations may be made to Enloe Hospice in her memory.
Edward Richard Rushing, 69, worked in construction for many years.
He served in the U.S. Marine Corps during the Korean War. He was a member of the Moose Lodge and Grange.
On Friday, Mr. Rushing died in his home in Paradise, where he had lived since 1985.
He was born to William and Virgie Rushing in Ochelata, Okla.
He is survived by a son, Edward Rushing Jr. of Citrus Heights; two daughters, Gayle Bellamy of Ypsilanti, Mich., and Debra Sligar of Orland; a brother, James of Sacto; a sister, Avis Burris of Sacto; 12 grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren.
Military services will be held 10:30 a.m. today at San Joaquin Veterans National Cemetery in Gustine.
Chapel of the Pines is in charge of the services.
Vern R. Longhofer was recognized as an industry leader in the area of railroad labor relations. Southern Pacific Railroad employed him for 50 years. He also served as an elected official in both the public and private sector, and he served as mayor of Iselton for three years, served on its city council and as its public works director.
Mr. Longhofer died Dec. 19 in Paradise. The Magalia resident was 69. He formerly lived in Sacramento.
He was a member of the Paradise Eagles Lodge, the Elks Lodge in Carmichael, the Rio Vista Moose and the IBEW Union for 50 years.
He was general chairman of the IBEW Union for 32 years. And he was a successful real estate developer and property manager.
He enjoyed painting and working with wood.
In Lawrence, Kan., he was born to Asa and Marie Longhofer. On March 5, 1977, he married Sandra Reinwasser in Sacramento.
She survives him, as does three sons, Steve of Loomis, Jim Rairdon of Sacramento and Michael Rairdon of Sacramento; two daughters, Michelle Johnson of Sacramento and Debbie Longhofer of Sacramento; two brothers, Larry and Jim, both of Sacramento; and nine grandchildren.
A family remembrance is being planned and will be held at a later date. A private inurnment will follow cremation at Paradise Chapel of the Pines.
Robin Roseann Huntley work-ed at Paradise Convalescent Hospital for two years. She had been in the nursing field for 30 years, and she volunteered for the Paradise Senior Center.
Ms. Huntley died Tuesday of natural causes in the San Francisco Medical Center. She was 52. Seventeen years ago, she moved to Paradise from the Bay Area.
She was born in Chico to Russell and Cheryl Huntley.
Her survivors include her companion, Randy B. Good of Paradise; three sons, Ray McCullom of Hopkin, Minn., Robert Kiser of Sanford, N.C., and Richard Kiser of Redding; one brother, Clifford Huntley of Chester; one sister, Christine Pagri of Sonoma; and three grandchildren.
A funeral service will be held 4 p.m. today at Paradise Chapel of the Pines.
Peter Albert Laub farmed for many years in Delano, retired in 1971 and moved to Paradise. He was very active in the Seventh-day Adventist Church both in Delano and Paradise. He participated actively in the SDA Pathfinders.
He enjoyed fishing, traveling in RVs and volunteering at the Paradise Seventh-day Adven-tist Church.
Mr. Laub died Sunday in Paradise at age 90.
He was born to Peter and Maria Laub in Dinuba, where he was raised and attended schools. He also married Edna Toews there on Oct. 15, 1933.
Besides his wife, Edna, he is survived by a son, Ronald of Waikoloa, Hawaii; three brothers, Ted Eberlein, Dave Eberlein and Walter Eberlein; two sisters, Esther Hamilton and Freda Davis; eight grandchildren; and numerous great-grandchildren.
His daughter, Betty Laub-Brillhart, died in 1997.
Memorial services will be held 4 p.m. Tuesday at the Paradise Seventh-day Adve-ntist Church on Academy Drive, in the Fellowship Hall. Inurnment will be at the SDA German Church Cemetery in Dinuba.
Neptune Society of Northern California, Chico branch, is handling the arrangements.