Angelina was born in Mexico to Evaristo and Leonor Aguilar in 1933. Her adoration was her Chihuahua "Lola" and "Kikin" her cat. She was a fun person to be around and told many stories. She liked all colors but not yellow in flowers. Angelina loved gardening, cooking and listening to music.
Wilma Irene Turner went to be with the Lord in her Heavenly home on Feb. 4. She entered this world on June 5, 1929, in Woodville, Oklahoma; The eldest child of Oliver and Pansy Hughes. Wilma married the love of her life, Paul, on Sept. 29, 1945. During their 64 years together they raised three boys, and pastored churches in California, Oregon, Washington, and Arizona.
Louise Casey, 67 of Merced, died Friday at Mercy Medical Center in Merced. Visitation was held on Tuesday. Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 10 at Whitehurst, Norton & Dias Funeral Service, 286 West Main Street. Burial will take place at Lakewood Memorial Park.
Lila Hernandez, 85 of Livingston, died Jan. 28 at U.C. Davis Medical Center in Sacramento. Rosary will be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 13 at Whitehurst, Norton & Dias Funeral Service, 286 West Main Street. Burial will be private.
Gordon Miller Runner was born on Nov. 7, 1926 in Spokane, Washington, the seventh of twelve children. He is survived by his wife Roberta; his sisters Ellen Seaborn, Muriel Brown, Lila Lohman, Jean Bird, Thelma Reinhard, and Wilma Thompson; his brother Bruce; a daughter Rhonelle Pillsbury; a niece Charlene Worley; a grandson Glenn Gordon Pillsbury; and a large number of other nieces and nephews. His parents Bert and Eunice Runner moved their family to Delhi in 1934 where they raised almonds and grapes as primary crops. Gordon graduated from Livingston High School, and then enlisted in the United States Air ...
Jose Garcia, 99, of Ceres, passed on Feb. 2 in Modesto. He was born in Michoacan, Mexico to Juan and Maria Garcia in 1910. He lived in Ceres for the last six years. Jose enjoyed singing and taking care of family and friends in their time of need but, most of all, God and family were his life.
Earlie Lorene Nunn, 95, passed away peacefully Feb. 3 at the Bel Air Lodge in Turlock. Earlie was born in January 1915 to the late George and Sena Deckard in Missouri. She moved to Turlock in 1935. She loved to garden, and she enjoyed fishing and quilting. She also loved cooking and would always have her family try a new recipe.
Julia Eaton was born in South Dakota to parents, John and Myrtle Jira, in 1911. She met and married Claude in 1931, while still in South Dakota. In 1942, they moved to Stanislaus County to finish raising their family. She was a member of the Turlock Free Methodist Church and enjoyed gardening, canning, quilting and sewing. She loved her family.