Swrranjit Kaur Sidhu, 65, of Turlock, passed away at Brandel Manor after a short illness. She was born in India and moved to Dallas, Texas in 2001, and then moved to Turlock after learning of her illness. In her life, Swrranjit was a strong, capable person. She was a good cook, excellent organizer, a very social person, was well known, well loved and highly respected for her ability to show hospitality. She loved children and also had a heart for the homeless. She was known for knitting clothes for the homeless.
Herbert Leon Johnson, 88, of Turlock, passed away at Elness Convalescent with his loving wife by his side. Born in Oklahoma to David and Minnie Johnson, he moved with his family to California in 1937. Shortly after arriving in California, Herbert joined the Marines, serving from 1942 to 1945. Herbert, a Private First Class, was qualified as a rifle expert and ranked 3rd of 500 men in his platoon, the 10th Defense Battalion of the USMC. Most of his time was spent touring the South and Central Pacific Islands. After returning from the Islands, he worked as a military police ...
Judy Rodrigues, 39, of Delhi passed away on Friday, April 9 at Emanuel Medical Center. She was born in Hayward, Calif. to Manuel Rodrigues and Judy Grisham in 1970. She lived most of her life in Delhi. Judy was a member of the Livingston/Delhi VFW Ladies Auxiliary and the Eastern Star. Her favorite spot to go was Disneyland.
Visitation for Claude Clyde Walker, 85, of Turlock, will be held from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Monday, April 26 at Whitehurst, Norton & Dias Funeral Chapel. A funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, April 27, also at Whitehurst, Norton & Dias. Burial will be at Turlock Memorial Park.
James D. Cargill (Cowboy), born in Osage County, Okla., passed peacefully early Saturday at his daughter's home in Turlock. Mr. Cargill was by trade a cement mason and his concrete work can be seen in many places in Stockton, including the I-5 freeway, Stockton Court House, housing developments in North Stockton and many other places.
Bill Genn, Jr., 82, of Hilmar, passed away at Stanford Medical Center. He was born in Springer, Okla. and moved to Los Angeles at age 15. In 1946, he joined the Army and it was there that Bill started driving heavy equipment. He married the love of his life, Juanita Dehart, in 1949. They lived in the Hilmar area for most of their married life. Bill was a heavy equipment operator for 40 years. He worked road construction and leveled land for farming in the Hilmar area. He joined the Operating Engineers Local #3 Union in 1961. He retired in ...
Leone Heans, 94, of Denair, has returned home to the arms of her loving husband, Bob, and her elder brother, Jesus Christ, and her loving Heavenly Father. There is no doubt about the joyous reunion with her parents and all the rest of her family who have gone on before her.
Robert was united with his brother in heaven at age 25. Beloved son to Gini Weiss, son to Tim Huber (Staci), older brother of the late Kyle Patrick Huber, great grandson of Berniece Mitchell and the late Orville Mitchell, grandson of Robert and Joy Weiss of Saratoga, grandson of Joseph and Christine Huber, the late Lilly Mae Huber of Turlock, nephew of Lane and Teri Weiss of Saratoga, Jeri and Doug Barnes of Los Gatos, Jan and Darrell Huber of Hughson, and Jodi and Ed Huber of Denair.
Barry Arndt was born in Emporia, Kansas on Nov. 16, 1945, to John and Elizabeth Arndt. When he was 18 months old the family moved to Callaghan Ranch, a large cattle operation in Encinal, Texas. He lived there and grew up doing jobs on the ranch. As soon as he was able, he was on a horse with the rest of the cowboys tending cattle. He lived there until he went to college at Texas Tech in Lubbock, Texas. From there, he graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Animal Science. While attending college, he was the manager for the ...
Clemente J. Lopez, 77, of Newman, passed away Saturday evening with his family by his side. He was born in Arteaga, Michoacan, Mexico. He worked as a farm laborer for 60 years for the Isom Ranch of Patterson.