To the outpour of generosity displayed by the community of Turlock during the holidays through our gifts for kids program, all of us at the Post Office would like to express our gratitude for your donations. Over 130 children received toys this year! Thank you so much for the smiles and happy faces that two of our carriers were able to witness as they dressed up as Mr. and Mrs. Claus to deliver their gifts.
Annie was born in 1928 as the youngest of 8 children in Winters, Texas to the late Charles and Annie Hendricks. The family moved to California in 1947, settled in Ceres, and began attending First Baptist Church in Modesto. She attended Ceres High School. She married Edward Madsen in 1949. Raised 3 children- Janna, Gary and Jim. Worked in management with Ed for Sprouse Ritz department store and co-owned Northway Variety Store in downtown Hughson. Upon retirement, she and Ed enjoyed working together as kiwi farmers, traveling to farmer's markets each week. Anita's hobbies included reading her Bible ...
Margaret Anita Hunter was born in Oakland, CA to Robert Sr. & Vada (Hughes) Prusso on December 30, 1919. A beautiful child, she was "discovered" at age 3 while playing on the beach and then signed to act in "Our Gang" shorts, the predecessor to "The Little Rascals". As a child, she lived briefly in Oklahoma where she survived a tornado and later, in 1933, the Long Beach CA. earthquake.
Joseph Carl Stout, 86, of Turlock, passed away on Tuesday, January 3, 2017 at Memorial Hospital. Joseph was born in Lancaster, Ohio and enlisted in the United States Air Force after he graduated from High School. After his honorable discharge he lived in southern California where he married his wife Gerralyn Quinn on December 1, 1956. Joseph was a Civil Engineer for 35 years. He settled in Turlock four years ago.
The Carnegie Arts Center is presenting the exhibition The Rebirth of the Muse: Works by Members of the Contemporary Humanitarian Artists Association in the Lobby Galleries from Jan. 11 through April 23.
Covenant Care at Home is an amazing place primarily because of the people who work there. Each has learned the Malmberg approach to caregiving - treat the patient as a family member and remember that this could be you. The staff embrace their highs and lows with the same level of commitment and caring. Led by Ronda Malmberg and an incredible team of women and men, they bring quality care to patients, one at a time, at home. One outstanding team member is Jill Chiesa.
January 05, 2017|
BY JEFFREY LEWIS
Special to the Journal
As we begin the new year, I wish to take this opportunity to thank the voters in Turlock, Denair and Hughson who supported my re-election as Trustee for Area 3 of The Yosemite Community College District.
On Christmas night, December 25, 2016, Edward Joseph Enos, 81 years old left this earth to be in heaven. A loving husband, father, brother, uncle, grandfather, and great grand father. He will be remembered forever in our hearts.