Patrick Elliott Butler, 80, of Turlock, went to be with his Lord and Savior on Oct. 28, after a long illness. A family service will take place at a later date.
Parviz Panahi, 80, passed away on Sept. 14 at home. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 3 at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, with burial following at Turlock Memorial Park.
Myra Reynolds Stockard, 82, of Merced, passed away on Monday, Oct. 5 at home with her family at her side. During her long illness Myra and the family appreciated the caring assistants provided by the California Home Health Care and Hospice. A memorial service will be held at 10:30 a.m. on Friday, Nov. 6 at the Merced United Methodist Church. Rev. Jay Pierce will officiate. Rev. Raymon Womack officiated at the graveside service at Old Hall Cemetery in Lewisville, Texas on Oct. 14.
Our little angel, Colten James Smith, was called home on Oct. 23. A celebration of life will be held at 3 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 1, at Allen Mortuary, 247 N. Broadway, Turlock.
Edith Olson, 104, longtime Patterson resident, passed away on Oct. 23 at Brandel Manor in Turlock following a long illness. A memorial service will be held 11 a.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 4 at the Patterson Covenant Church with an internment to follow at the Patterson Cemetery.
In reference to your recent article concerning the abolition of Winter Term at CSU Stanislaus, as chair of the faculty committee that investigated the President's proposal that Winter Term be eliminated I would like to offer the following points for your readers' information.
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The Pitman Pride found redemption in this week's Central California Conference matchup against Golden Valley. Coming off a loss to Merced last week, the Pride held the Cougars to minimal yards and took the, 27-0, victory Friday night at Golden Valley High School.
• Lucy and Alejandro Torres of Turlock are the parents of a 7-pound-14-ounce girl born Oct. 16 at Emanuel Medical Center.
I have known the Brem family since they first moved to Turlock more than 22 years ago and am happy to wholeheartedly support Mike for mayor.
Gary Soiseth recently volunteered to spend a day speaking with high school students about his experiences in Afghanistan and his commitment to public service. After hearing him speak, I felt that any community would be fortunate to have him as a leader. He is intelligent, well-spoken, and most importantly, he is passionate. As a teacher, I value his desire to help the youth of tomorrow discover their potential, and I applaud his efforts to help them achieve their goals. Gary's ability to connect with the youth of today will help foster the generation of tomorrow.
William R. "Bill" Henley, 76, died Tuesday, Oct. 14 in Modesto after an extended illness.
Turlock is a community on the move, growing jobs, attracting new economic development and emerging as one of the best places to live and work in the Central Valley. At the core of this success is the recognition that confronting our community's challenges and capitalizing on new opportunities requires a team effort to mobilize our community's assets and the active cooperation of business, civic and political leaders around core objectives. This is why the leadership choices Turlock voters make in November are so important. This is why, after conducting extensive interviews with all the candidates, the Turlock Chamber ...
Bill DeHart has brought common sense and cooperative leadership to the Turlock City Council. He is committed to long term solutions regarding drinking and waste water needs of the public and industry, the condition of neighborhood and community roadways, and appropriate staffing of our public safety departments - all within the framework of fiscal responsibility and sustainable growth.
Turlock's Scott D. Roberts, who wrote "Vengeance is Now" and is already hard at work on his second novel "Hidden Agenda" will be a featured author at the California Capital Book Festival on Saturday and Sunday at the Sacramento Convention Center.
Both the Turlock boys and girls water polo teams found victory Tuesday in the Bulldogs' home pool when they hosted Central California Conference foe Atwater.
As we enter into the last weeks of this election season, I wanted to take a few moments to refocus the citizens of Turlock on the truth rather than some of the misperceptions and half-truths that have been put out in campaign materials and editorial comments.
Turlock has been blessed with many dedicated and talented elected leaders throughout the city's history. Turlock is recognized as a special place to live in large part because of the policies of the past that have shaped the present. To insure a bright and prosperous future Turlock must have a mayor with vision and the strength to make many difficult and informed decisions. On Nov. 4 Turlock voters will consider two very well qualified men seeking this important position.
Gilbert Teixeira was named the 73rd winner of the Klussendorf Trophy, the highest recognition given to a dairy cattle showman in the United States.
Army Pvt. Juan C. Navas has graduated from One Station Unit Training at Fort Leonard Wood, Waynesville, Missouri. The course of instruction included basic military training and advanced individual training .
The donation of an animal resuscitator made by the Friends of Turlock Animal Shelter is credited with helping to save several pets that were in a recent Ceres house fire.