Petty Officer Joshua Noz- Born January 19, 1988 in Modesto, CA and passed away while stationed in Honolulu, Hawaii. Joshua grew up in Denair, CA, where he attended and graduated from Denair Unified School District and went on to study at Modesto Junior College. He enlisted in the U.S. Coast Guard in 2011 and quickly excelled as a Machinery Technician. Joshua loved being outdoors, shooting, scuba diving, spending time with family and friends and playing the occasional practical joke on his family and fellow ship mates.
Mary Ann Zornes, 71, of Rossville, passed away on Monday, April 4, 2016 at her residence. Mary Ann was born on June 6, 1944 in Berkeley, CA to the late Robert and Mary Helen (Belcher) Lugar. She worked as a CNA for Bethany Home in Ripon, CA. Mary Ann enjoyed fishing, crafting, and spending time with her grand kids. She was a member of SHARP's for the Manteca Police Department.
Sheila, who was a loving mother, grandmother, sister, daughter, and friend passed away suddenly at her Turlock residence. She is survived by her father, John Langley, her brother, Chad Langley, her former husband, Don Fryar, children Brittney, Alisha, and Brendon Fryar, grandchildren, Reese Gaston, and Aiden Gaston. She is preceded in death by her mother, Joyce Shirah.
Dr. Elmer Rambo "Bo" Lindsay passed away suddenly but peacefully in Monterey County on March 23, 2016. He was a beloved husband, father and grandfather, a popular physician, a prolific painter, avid fly fisherman, collector and tennis bum.
Marguerite Paula Tyree peacefully completed a rich and full earthly life on Thursday, March 24th, at home in Turlock with her children beside her. She was 93. Beloved mother of seven and wife of artist Ralph Burke Tyree, she created and nurtured a family bound together firmly by love and caring. Her devotion to family carried her through many wonderful and often challenging adventures, as the family moved often, to exotic locales such as the Pacific islands of Guam, Oahu, Maui and Hawaii as well as the California towns of Oceanside, Oakland, Berkeley, Mariposa, Crows Landing, Keyes, Ceres and Turlock ...
Muriel Juliette (Fortin) Lamarre passed away while surrounded by the steadfast love of her family on Good Friday, March 25, 2016. She was born in New Bedford, MA as the eldest of 3 daughters to Yvonne and Lionel Fortin. At age 18, she married her handsome suitor, Arthur Lamarre. With her husband in the Navy, they relocated to Redwood City, Ca in 1954. Over the next 10 years she had six children. While pregnant with their youngest, JoAnne, they moved to a 20 acre ranch in Turlock, CA in 1964. Yes, she was a busy and loving mother who imparted ...
Adrian J. Barr, 26, of Turlock, passed away at Doctor's Medical Center. Adrian was born in San Jose, CA to Marshan and Traci Barr. Adrian started his schooling in San Jose. The family moved to Turlock in 2000. Adrian attended Pitman and graduated from Turlock High School. He continued studying at Merced Jr. College with the goal of majoring in auto mechanics. Adrian enjoyed skate boarding and snowboarding, target shooting, video games, and photography.
Donald James Volk admired the value of hard work and dedication to business and family. Even in his bed at Stanford Hospital Don was checking on company orders, manufacturing details and, at the same time, making sure his family's accommodations and finances were in order. Don was organized and well prepared in life, and for death, and he passed peacefully after a brief illness on March 16 at the age of 67.
Florence Marie Dayton (de la Motte) was born on September 11, 1913 in Hazard, Nebraska to Herman and Emilie de la Motte. She had one sister and three brothers, Edna, Carl, Melvin and Glenn. Edna, Carl and Edna have preceded her in death.
Laura Levita Collard was born on April 30, 1938 in Ripon, California. Laura was a valley girl and never lived farther than 30 miles from her birthplace. She lived in Manteca for 47 years and Turlock for 30 years.
March 1950 – March 2016 Daniel Kane Tyree, born to Ralph and Marguerite Tyree in March of 1950 in Modesto, CA, passed away suddenly this week. Danny was a kind, loving and generous man who was loved by all who knew him. His creativity and talent, expressed through many art forms, remain a blessing to the world, with watercolor and acrylic painting being his most prolific. His every endeavor was given the same loving care he bestowed on everyone he met, family, friend, or stranger. His children aspire to the same selfless qualities that were his natural expression.His playful sense ...