John Hubert Nicolls helped build school bus shelters for children going to school in Magalia.
Mr. Nicolls, 86, died Christ-mas Day in Paradise. He resided in Magalia.
Mr. Nicolls was a past member of the Paradise Elks Lodge.
He was born to Hubert and Gertrude Nicolls in Jenks, Okla. During World War II, he served in the U.S. Coast Guard. He married Annabelle Ramona Nicolls. For 35 years, he was a contractor.
His survivors include two daughters, Karen Miller of Texas and Karlene Berry of Quincy; a son, Kenneth of Redding; a brother, Paul of Fremont; and a sister, Pearl Clites of Fremont.
His family will privately inurn him. Paradise Chapel of the Pines is handling the arrangements.
Elanson “Scotty” A. Douglas served as a radio operator in the Army during World War II, working with ships sailing to India and shipping associated with the Burma Road.
Mr. Douglas, a Paradise resident, died Dec. 23 at Feather River Hospital. He was 88.
Born in Berkeley to Edith and Walter Douglas, he attended California State University, Sonoma, CSU, Chico, American River College and the University of Maryland.
He married Elizabeth “Betty” Searle on July 18, 1936, in Petaluma.
For 40 years, he worked for the Department of Defense in missile command as a military advisor on missile systems. He spent time in Chico working with the Titan missile silo there and was there during an accidental explosion.
He also spent 14 years in Germany advising the Army.
Mr. Douglas was a member of DeMolay, Blue Lodge, York Rite Bodies, Butte Council No. 50, RAM Franklin Chapter 20, Knights Templar No. 5, Ben Ali Temple-Shrine, Scottish Rite Bodies, European Shrine Club, Grand Lodge FAAM, American, Canadian Provincial Knights of Rome, Red Cross of Constantine, Knights of Holy Sepulcher and St. John the Evangelist, High Twelve of Paradise and Order of Eastern Star No. 549.
He was a life member of the National Woodcarvers Asso-ciation, the Boy Scouts and was a Scout master of Explorers in Sacramento. He was an Eagle Scout since 1929 in Petaluma.
He loved gold, woodcarving, live theater and dancing — he was a member of the Square Dance Group in Carmichael.
He is survived by his wife, Betty; a son, Boyd Green of Sacramento; two sisters, Rada Miller of Sacramento and Patricia Martin of Soquel; four grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.
Memorial services will be held 1 p.m. Saturday at the Paradise Chapel of the Pines.
Donations in his memory may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association, Greater Northern Valley Chapter in Paradise.
John S. Reynolds was an accomplished writer; short stories were among his published writings. He worked as a purchasing agent for Diamond National, formerly Diamond Match, for 35 years. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge.
Mr. Reynolds died Dec. 22 in his home in Paradise, where he lived for 25 years. He was 92.
He was born to John and Ora Reynolds in Illinois.
His wife, Stella, died in 1993. His survivors are a daughter, Ann Thomason of Paradise; a brother, Bill of Morro Bay; a sister, Gwenn Adams of Lake Havasu, Ariz.; three grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren.
At his request, no services are planned. He will be privately buried in Paradise Cemetery.
Charles A. Tindill’s first love was teaching, and he never stopped being a student. After graduating from Whittier College, he began teaching at the Olive Grammar School in 1939, the same year he married Eleanor McCloud on Aug. 25 in Buena Park.
He tried enlisting in the military but was turned down, so he served as immigration inspector in the Los Angeles office of Immigration and Naturaliza-tion service for four and a half years.
Then he returned to teaching, working 25 years for the Baldwin Park Unified School District. He also worked as the principal, and the last 20 years he was assistant superintendent.
After retiring in 1972, he and his wife moved to Morong Valley, where he worked as security supervisor for the Palm Springs newspaper and sold real estate for four and a half years.
He also continued his education, earning two master’s degrees in education from the University of Southern California.
Mr. Tindill, a Paradise resident, died Tuesday in Vencor Hospital in Sacramento. He was 84.
He was born to Cordis and Julia Tindill in Lindsay.
Mr. Tindill was active in the Calvary Baptist Church. He sang in the choir and served as deacon and in other offices.
He is survived by his wife, Eleanor; two sons, Paul of Forest Ranch and Robert of Paradise; a sister, Emily Black; seven grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held 11 a.m. tomorrow at the Calvary Baptist Church. Visitation will be from 3 to 5 p.m. today at the Paradise Chapel of the Pines. He will be interred at Paradise Cemetery.
Gaston “Go-go” Kelley worked 41 years as a locomotive engineer for Southern Pacific Railroad. A Paradise resident for 11 years, Mr. Kelley loved ballroom dancing, square dancing, boating and water skiing.
He belonged to Table Mou-ntain Masonic Lodge, Paradi-se Ridge Run-ners and Paradise Square Dancers.
On New Year’s Eve, Mr. Kelley died in his home. He was 76.
He was born to Marcine and Arron Kelley in Needville, Texas.
His survivors include his wife, Pauline, whom he married June 29, 1974, in Santa Barbara; three stepsons, Jim Vodden of Modesto, Rick Vodden of Buellton and Don Vodden of Sacramento; five grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. A grandson preceded him in death.
Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. tomorrow at Table Mountain Masonic Lodge. Visitation will be from 3 to 7 p.m. today at Rose Chapel Mortuary. He will be interred at Paradise Cemetery.
Frank Alan Gardner, known as “Poppy” to his grandchildren, was successful in small business and an outstanding wood artisan.
Mr. Gardner died Saturday in Paradise at age 72.
Mr. Gardner was born to Floyd Hamilton and Frank Gardner in Philadelphia. During World War II, he served the U.S. Navy, sailing aboard the USS Iowa.
He was a member of the Elks, Masons and the Genealogical Society. He was a Boy Scout master.
Surviving him are his wife, Betty Louise; two sons, John of Paradise and Scott of San Clemente; a daughter, Susan Louise Dell of Calabasas; and eight grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mr. Gardner will be held 11 a.m. Saturday at the Magalia Community Church.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to his name in care of the family. Rose Chapel Mortuary is handling the arrangements.
Selina Ann “Connie” Askren, who lived in Magalia for 15 years, died Dec. 26 in Columbus, Ohio, where she lived. She was 83.
She was known as a gourmet cook.
In Indianapolis, she was born to Paul and Katherine Crawford Conn. Her stepmother was Darlene Conn. She attended Oakland Technical High School. She worked for Varian Associates in Palo Alto and retired in 1983.
She married Rader Crooks, who died in 1961, and married Ernest Askern Sr., who died in 1997.
Her survivors include a daughter, Connie McBride of Columbus, Ohio; a sister, Joan Turman of Corpus Christi, Texas; a stepson, Ernest Askren Jr.; a stepdaughter, Carol Ann Jaeger; and four grandchildren.
A funeral service will be held at 1 p.m. tomorrow at Bidwell Chapel in Chico, which is handling the arrangements. She will be interred at Glen Oaks Memorial Park in Chico.
Memorial contributions may be made to Central Ohio Diabetes Association, 1580 King Avenue, Columbus, Ohio, 43212.
Noma L. Workman, 99, was a member of American Legion Auxiliary and Grange. The former civil service worker lived at SunBridge Care Center.
Mrs. Workman died Dec. 14. She was born to William and Minnie Gaskill in Ottawa, Kan.
Her husband, Clarence Workman, died before her.
Surviving her are a daughter, Della Mullens of Paradise; a son, Neal Champion of Prescott, Ariz.; two stepdaughters, Joan Willoughby of Parker, Ariz., and Eileen Morley of Tacoma, Wash.; and two granddaughters, including Sandy Hinton of Paradise. Her combined step-grandchildren, step-great-grandchildren and step-great-great-grandchildren number 20.
No funeral service is planned.
Rose Chapel Mortuary is handling the arrangements.
Larry Mahoe, a Paradise resident, was a retired fire chief from the University of California, Santa Cruz. He was an avid golfer and loved to travel.
Mr. Mahoe died Dec. 28 in Sierra Vista, Ariz. He was 62. He was born in Honolulu to Peter and Anna Mahoe.
He leaves behind three sons, Lawrence Mahoe, Will Schwab and Erich Schwab; two brothers, Peter and Joseph; a sister, Gailynn Recktenwald; two grandsons; and many nieces and nephews.
His wife, Patricia Schwab-Mahoe, died before him.
Graveside services will be held at 1 p.m. tomorrow at McDonalds Cemetery in Redding. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Alisa Ann Ruck Burn Foundation, 1801 Van Ness Ave. No. 340, San Francisco, 94109.
Bettiejane “Betty” Brittin was the former co-owner of Carriage Jewelers in Paradise. She was in the jewelry business for 15 years.
Mrs. Brittin died Dec. 29 at Feather River Hospital. She was 78 years old.
She was born in Kansas City, Mo., to George and Bea Warren.
Her husband, Neal Brittin survives her, as do four daughters, Bonnie Ingram of Magalia, Jackie Winnett of Tulare, Bobbye Lea Bobst of Paradise and Jody Miller of Bakersfield; 10 grandchildren; and 29 great-grandchildren.
No services are planned at this time. Cremation will take place at Paradise Chapel of the Pines. Inurnment will be private.
Giannina Papa moved to Paradise 11 years ago from the Bay Area. She was born in Milano, Italy, to Dominic and Girolama Benfante. In 1920, she married her husband, Manlio Papa, in New Haven, Conn.
Mrs. Papa died Dec. 27 at her home.
She was 98.
Her survivors include a daughter, Juliette Papa of Paradise; and two sisters, Rose LoManto of Florida and Josephine Brown of New Jersey.
No services are planned at this time. Cremation will be handled by Paradise Chapel of the Pines. She will be privately inurned by her family.
Memorial contributions may be given to Valley Ridge Home Care and Hospice in care of Chapel of the Pines.
Paul Taylor Sr.
Paul James Taylor Sr. came to Paradise from Oroville and was a resident of Butte County for 30 years. Mr. Taylor was a painting contractor for 20 years. He attended the Paradise Pentecostal Church. Fishing was his favorite hobby.
Mr. Taylor died Wednesday at Cypress Acres Convalescent Hospital at age 63.
He was born in Meadville, W.Va., to the Rev. James Dean Taylor and Ruth Kinney Taylor.
He left school in the ninth grade to help his family by working. He was married 38 years to Elahanea Taylor.
She survives him, as do four sons,Rick of Salem, Ore., Ty of Ukiah, Paul of Oroville and Mark of Berrycreek; a daughter, Lori Clark of Thermolito; half-sister, Alta Taylor of Barberton, Ohio; half-brother, Shelton Taylor of Ohio; 22 grandchildren; and one great-grandchild.
Memorial services will be held 11 a.m. tomorrow at Paradise Chapel of the Pines, which handled the cremation. Inurnment will be private.
Ernest Yeager Jr.
Ernest C. Yeager Jr., a Magalia resident for seven years, worked as a truck driver for 30 years. He also loved traveling in his RV.
Mr. Yeager died Dec. 23 at Olive Ridge in Oroville. He was 85.
Mr. Yeager was born in Terra Haute, Ind., to Clarence and Olive Yeager. He served in the Merchant Marines. He was a life member of the Portland Elks BPOE 142.
He is survived by a daughter, Judith Vicknell of Portland, Ore.; four brothers, Orville of Grisham, Ore., Donald and John of Portland, Ore., and David of Boeing, Ore.; three sisters, Fannie Wheatley of Grisham, Ore., Ruby Jonsson of Magalia and Juanita Myers of Fruitland, Idaho.; three grandchildren and three great grandchildren.
No services are planned. He will be buried in Willamette National Cemetery in Portland, Ore. Rose Chapel Mortuary is handling the arrangements.
Edna Murray Turk, a resident of Coos Bay, died Dec. 30 at age 93. The former Paradise resident will be interred in Paradise Cemetery.
She was born in Winnfield, La., to Samuel Edward and Sarah Frances Bridges Perkens.
Mrs. Turk was a member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
Her first husband, Orlo Kirkpatrick, died before her, as did a son, Orville Kirkpatrick, a daughter, Evelyne Michael, and her second husband, Joe Turk, who died in January 1988.
Her survivors, who all live in Coos Bay, are a son, Daniel Kirkpatrick; a grandson; and two great-grandchildren. A prayer gathering will be held Tuesday at 9 a.m. at Paradise Cemetery. Friends are invited. Rev. Russ Hagan will officiate.
Arthur Diebolt enjoyed racing pigeons and was a past member of the Pigeon Racing Club. Born in Strasbourg, France, he lived in Escondido and moved to Paradise 33 years ago.
Mr. Diebolt worked as a pastry baker for 40 years and was last employed by Cushmans. He died at Feather River Hospital on Wednesday. He was 98. His parents were Alphonse and Salome Diebolt.
He is survived by his wife, Maria, whom he married June 29, 1935; and his daughter, Lois LeBroke of Reno, Nev.; and three grandchildren.
A service will be held 1 p.m. Monday at Paradise Cemetery. Rose Chapel Mortuary is handling the arrangements.
Margaret Emma Requarth sang with the “Kitchen Klatterers,” a musical group that entertained at nursing homes and other functions. Her family said music was Mrs. Requarth’s life — she loved to sing.
She died Dec. 29 at Feather River Hospital, where she retired as a nurse in 1978. The Paradise resident was 87.
She was born in Monrovia to Kate and Earl Thomas.
Her survivors include two daughters, Pat Moor of Paradise and Carole Simon of Evansville, Ind.; seven grandchildren; and 14 great-grandchildren.
No services are planned. Donations may be made to the Butte Humane Society. Neptune Society of Northern California, Chico branch, is handling the arrangements.
Teri Plank, a resident of Paradise for 30 years, volunteered at St. Thomas More School from 1978 to 1982 and then was hired as a Kindergarten aide and for yard duty at the school from 1982 to 2000.
She was devoted to the children at St. Thomas More School. She belonged to Jubilee on the Ridge and was active in ministry of helps, altar ministry and intercessory prayer. With a friend, she began a morning prayer meeting at the church. She enjoyed Bible studies and prayer groups.
Mrs. Plank died of natural causes Thursday in her home at age 54.
In Los Angeles, she was born to Wayne and Doris Spearman. She graduated from Santa Fe High School and completed a year of college at the University of New Mexico.
Mrs. Plank worked at Africa U.S.A. as a secretary. She also worked for Diamond Match Company and for the telephone company.
In 1969, she married Joseph Plank in Las Vegas, Nev.
He survives Mrs. Plank, as do three daughters, Casey Taylor and Lindsay Plank of Paradise and Jenny Plank of Sacramento; a sister, Trina LaVine of Arizona; and one grandson.
A memorial service will be held 11 a.m. tomorrow at Jubilee on the Ridge. Paradise Chapel of the Pines is handling the arrangements. She will be privately inurned.
Donations in her name can be directed to Jubilee on the Ridge.
Lawrence Goldman, described by his family as a “free spirit,” died Sunday at University of California, Davis, Medical Center. The Paradise resident was 52.
Mr. Goldman was born in Los Angeles to Robert and Shirley Goldman.
He last worked for Swift trucking Co.
His survivors include a daughter, Teresa Barrera of Portland, Ore.; a sister, Cherille Shelp of Los Angeles; a brother, Bob Goldman of Washington, D.C.; two granddaughters; and nieces and nephews.
Memorial services will be held 3 p.m. tomorrow at the Paradise Seventh-day Adventist Church Fellowship Hall. He will be privately inurned. Paradise Chapel of the Pines is handling the arrangements.
Elsie M. Hamilton Daichendt, 76, loved having long conversations with her close friends. She crocheted beautiful doll clothing. And she liked playing bingo.
Mrs. Daichendt died Dec. 29 in Oroville, where she lived. A stepson from Paradise, Tom Gomez, survives her.
She was born in Baltimore, Md., to Thomas and Ruth Hamilton. She used to help her husband on their large ranch.
Her other survivors are stepsons, Steven and Eugene Gomez of Oroville; 10 grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. No services are planned. She will be privately inurned in Baltimore National Cemetery in Maryland by the grave of her husband, Walter Lanocha, who died in 1945.
Paradise Chapel of the Pines is handling the arrangements.
Leslie James Bailey was a prisoner of war in Japan while serving in the British military during World War II.
Mr. Bailey, 82, died Saturday in Feather River Hospital. He moved to Paradise from San Diego 19 years ago.
He was born in England to Douglass and Caroline Bailey. He graduated from college with a degree in aviation design. He designed airplanes for Boeing Aircraft Co. He enjoyed working on radios and electronics, reading and traveling.
On May 9, 1966, in Paradise, he married Carolina Smith May, who survives him.
Memorial services will be held 11 a.m. Thursday at St. Nicholas’ Episcopal Church. He will be privately inurned. Memorial contributions may be made to St. Nicholas’ Episcopal Church or in care of Paradise Chapel of the Pines, which is handling the arrangements.
Burton W. Gilmore died in his Paradise home on Dec. 27 at age 88. He was born to Harry and Sarah Gilmore in Austin, Minn.
In June 1933 he married Maxine Chambers in Pasadena. He owned and operated the Wholesale Produce Co. in Pasadena and Gilmore’s Fine Foods Market in Altadena for 28 years.
After retirement, he moved to June Lake. For the next 15 years, he enjoyed fishing in the Sierras and in Oregon lakes. He also traveled most of the western United States and Canada. He spent a winter in England and Scotland.
Mr. Gilmore served in the U.S. Navy during World War II and was a 56-year member of the Altadena American Legion. He was a past master of Altadena Masonic Lodge and a member of Pasadena Scottish Rite.
After moving to Paradise in 1976, he became a member of Table Mountain Lodge No. 124. Several years ago, he was presented the Golden Veterans award for 50 years in Masonry.
His survivors include his wife, Maxine; a son, Richard of Grants Pass, Ore.; two granddaughters; and four great-grandchildren. A son, Burton Gilmore Jr., preceded him in death.
A family remembrance and inurnment are being planned. Chapel of the Pines is handling the arrangements.
Departed 01/08/2001 from this earth. Born October 19, 1921, to Ema Leona and Leo John Costigan, in the town of Milpitas, California. Her family came from Ireland in the late 1500s into Santa Clara County with the Donner Party. Her family settled in Alviso and Gilroy, California.
She was a member of The Native Daughters of California.
CleoJane was widowed in March of 1985. With the death of her husband Dominic George Sunseri who comes from The Sunseri Family of Santa Clara County. Her siblings, (4) Roberta Fuguay of Sacramento, Phyllis Darner of Yreka, Ralph Scown of Milpitas (deceased) and Jack Costigan of Santa Clara. She is survived by her two children, her son, Frank Allan Sunseri and his wife Gloria, who now reside in Arab, Alabama. Her daughter, Leona Marie Sunseri who resides in Hollister, California. Grandchildren (6) Howard Amidon, Linda Tamburri, Theodore Amidon (deceased 1996), Russell Amidon, Lori Cabotage and Melissa Yeazel. Great Grandchildren (10) Rachel Dailey, Amanda Cabotage, Ashley Cabotage, Kaylie Amidon, Brigette Amidon, Garrett Amidon, Alexys Lee Fosbenner, Mallory Jane Overy, Karissa Dailey and Haylie Yeazel.
After her husband’s death in 1985, CleoJane moved to Magalia. She had retired from Bank of America out of San Jose, she had held many positions including Past President of the American Institute of Banking (AIB).
She attended St. Thomas More Catholic Church in Paradise and belonged to the Ladies Guild. She was involved with the Paradise Pines Womens Gold Club. She was a member of The Bonsai Club out of Chico. Also worked and volunteered her time with the Paradise Hospice since 1986.
In June of 2000 she moved to Oak Knoll where she resided at time of her death.
Visitation will be on Thursday, January 11, 2001 from 8am to 1pm at Rose Chapel Mortuary followed by a Funeral
Shirley “Penny” Cotter Ossa, 81, served in the Women’s Army Corps in the U.S. Army during World War II. Before her retirement, she worked four years in public relations for Paradise Modular Concepts.
Mrs. Ossa died Dec. 27 at Feather River Hospital. She had lived in Magalia since 1973.
In San Francisco, she was born to William and Veronica Cotter.
Mrs. Ossa was a member of the American Legion in San Francisco. She enjoyed art, ceramics and working in porcelain.
She is survived by her husband, Henry Ossa; and a son, Raymond Ossa of Modesto.
No services are planned. Cremation took place at Paradise Chapel of the Pines. She will be privately inurned.
Donald L. Sibrian worked as a merchant seaman and later became an electrician with ILC Technology in Sunnyvale. He enjoyed fishing, playing with his grandchildren and watching the 49ers.
Mr. Sibrian died Dec. 22 at a San Francisco hospital after a long illness. The Magalia resident was 62.
He was born to Leslie and Mary Jane Sibrian in Oakland, where he was raised and educated. In 1988, he married Ellen Margaret “Marge” Garza. They moved to Magalia in 1995.
Mr. Sibrian was a member of the Sailors Union of the Pacific.
Besides his wife, Marge, he is survived by two stepdaughters, Jeri Blevins of Los Banos and Tami Earnhart of San Jose; two stepsons, Jack Stevens of Salida and Jerry Stevens of Livermore; seven grandchildren; and one great-grandchild.
A memorial service will be announced at a later date. Newton-Bracewell of Magalia is in charge of the arrangements.
Jennie L. Roberts worked as an office assistant for the California Department of Motor Vehicles, retiring in 1987.
She was raised and educated in Paradise, where in 1945, she married Lewis Roberts.
Mrs. Roberts died Sunday at a Visalia hospital. The Tulare resident was 75.
She was born in Verdugo City. After her marriage, Mrs. Roberts moved to Orland and then Sacramento. The couple moved to Tulare in 1996.
She was a member and a Past Worthy Matron of The Eastern Star Rainbow Lodge No. 385 of Sacramento. She was also active in Rainbow Girls.
Her survivors include her husband, Lewis; two sons, Gene and Wade of Tulare; a daughter, LeeAnne Roberts of Silver Spring, Md.; a brother, William McCandliss of Chico; and seven grandchildren.
A private memorial service will be held at a later date. Donations in her memory may be made to the American Diabetes Association, 55 Shaw Ave., Suite 116, Clovis, CA, 93612. Goble-Miller Funeral Chapel is handling the arrangements.
Roberta Kuhl, a Paradise resident, was active in community service, such as the Butte Valley Irrigation District in Eureka, as well as 20 years of service as unit president and district president in the Parent Teachers Association.
She was instrumental in starting the utility system in the unincorporated limits of the city.
And she was a member of the National Accredited Amateur Flower Show Judges through the national Council of State Garden Clubs.
Mrs. Kuhl died Friday at a care home in Chico. She was 87.
Born in Oroville to Harry and Winnifred Nelson, she attended schools in Macdoel and graduated from Dorris High School.
She also attended University of California, Davis. In 1935, she married Fredrick Kuhl in Yreka.
Mrs. Kuhl worked as a butcher in Macdoel.
Surviving her are a daughter, Harriett Moore of Paradise; a son, William Kuhl of Los Alamos, N.M.; four grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.
A graveside funeral service will be held 2 p.m. Saturday in the Capay Cemetery in Esparto.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Salvation Army in care of the Brusie Funeral Home, which is handling the arrangements.
Shirley “Granny” M. Kinney had been a real estate agent before becoming an accounting clerk for the Port of Long Beach for about 20 years.
She was a member of the Paradise Democratic Party, and she enjoyed traveling.
Mrs. Kinney, an 83-year-old resident of Paradise, died Jan. 4 at a family member’s home in Chico.
She was born in Greenville, Utah, to Loten and Elsie Kesler.
Her survivors include two sons, Douglas Donegan of Concord and Dennis Donegan of Prescott, Ariz.; a sister, Bernice Beidelman of Torrance; three grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.
A private service will be held at a later date. Bidwell Chapel is handling the arrangements. Donations in her name may be made to KCHO Public Radio or KIXE Public Television in care of Bidwell Chapel.
Clarice Fredrica Brian moved to Paradise in 1971 from San Francisco, where she worked in various hospitals as a registered nurse for 46 years.
Mrs. Brian died Dec. 28 in Paradise at age 95.
She was born in Wisconsin to Benjamin and Anne Johnson.
Her schooling included high school, two years in college and nursing college in San Francisco.
She loved traveling with her husband, Edmund Brian, when he retired.
He died July 8, 1981. Some nieces and nephews survive her.
No services are planned. Cremation was at Paradise Chapel of the Pines, which is in charge of the arrangements.
Contribution in her memory may be left for the Heart Fund or Cancer Fund in care of Paradise Chapel of the Pines.
She will be privately inurned.