Bill Butterworth, of Turlock, was born in San Rafael to Mary and William Butterworth, Sr. on Jan. 27, 1933. He died at age 78 on March 4 at Emanuel Medical Center.
Bill's family moved to Turlock in 1942, and he attended Hawthorne School and Turlock High School. After graduating in 1952, he enlisted in the U. S. Navy where he was stationed on the U.S.S. O'Brien DD725. After serving for two years he returned to Turlock and worked for Snider Buick Co.
Bill worked for Pacific Bell/AT&T for 39 years, where he met the ...
Marjorie Jean Jensen, she was known as Jean by her friends and family, passed away at Emanuel Medical Center.
Jean was a long time resident of Hilmar. She was president of the PTA, and belonged to several quilting groups for years. She was also a committed member of the Helping Hands Organization for over eight years. Jean was a great help to her husband on their ranch for so many years. Besides being an avid member of her church, The Assembly of God Pentecostal, she was a great cook and was always very welcoming to her friends and family. She ...
Rosa da Silva, 94, of Turlock, was born on Oct. 31, 1916 in Agualva, Terceira, Azores and passed away on March 5 in Turlock.
She was a homemaker for 58 years and a member of Our Lady of Assumption Catholic Church of Turlock.
She is survived by son, Jose da Silva and his wife, Isilda of Artesia; daughter, Grimoalda Dias of Turlock; brothers, Adelino Avila of Massachusetts and Francisco Avila of Brasil; grandchildren, Connie Galhano, Paulo Dias, Carlos Dias, Robert da Silva, Donald da Silva and Diane da Silva; and great grandchildren, Megan Dias, Lindsey Dias, Briana Dias, Chloe Dias ...
Johnny Seratte, 82, of Delhi, passed away on Tuesday at Emanuel Medical Center. Johnny was born in Prairie Grove, AR to John and Bertha Seratte in 1928. In 1948, he joined the Navy and had served until 1950. Johnny lived most of his adult life in the Bay Area. In 1998, he and his wife settled in Delhi. He attended Valley Hope Community Church in Turlock and enjoyed fishing, camping and RVing. Family was his life.
Johnny is survived by his loving wife, Rachel Seratte; children, Mary Seratte of Lakeview, Donald Seratte of Union City and Walter Groff of Rocklin ...
Rose Hipolito, 75, of Stockton, passed away peacefully March 2. She was born in Maui, Hawaii and moved to Delhi at the age of 19. She retired after 35 plus years from the San Joaquin County Social Services. She was an avid church volunteer and was always willing to help a person in need.
Rose is survived by her sister, Connie (Ralph) Kehano of Stockton; husband, Frank Hipolito, Sr.; sons, Frank Hipolito, Jr. of Stockton, Anthony Hipolito of Elk Grove and Danny Hipolito of Stockton; daughter, Catherine Rodriguez of Modesto; eight grandchildren; and three great grandchildren.
. . . The stork was abroad Monday evening (12/12) and in his travels he left a fine seven-pound boy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Lundahl . . ."
Stanley Lundahl, age 101, a resident of Oceano, was born at home in Turlock. He died in Oceano-Arroyo Grande where he'd lived for the past 45 years.
His parents were pioneer Turlockers C. V. and Clara Lundahl. Clara was born in the Mother Lode town of Volcano, Calif. and moved with her family to Turlock as a child in 1884. Charles came from Iowa with his ...
Becky Huntington, 48 of Turlock, passed away unexpectedly at Emanuel Medical Center. She was born in San Jose and attended schools in Modesto and San Jose. After graduating from High School she completed further studies at a Career College for her work in medical records administration. She was a hard worker. In addition to working in radiology and admitting at Emanuel Medical Center, Becky worked a second job to help make ends meet and to take care of her boys.
Becky was also a positive, out-going, happy, fun-loving person. She enjoyed reading, playing games, going to the movies, supporting her ...
On March 3, 2011, Marie Kennedy, beloved wife, sister, cherished mother, grandmother and great grandmother left this world peacefully with family surrounding her. She was reunited in heaven with her parents, William Arvil and Robbie Marie Pratt and her youngest sister, Sue Pratt Ellis.
George Piro was born on Nov. 27, 1955, in Tehran, Iran to Peiro and Zina Piro. As a young boy George often accompanied his father to work at Café Argentine, the family restaurant. Once there he would convince his dad to let him go to the movie theater right next door where his love of movies began.
Ruby was born in Oklahoma to Charles and Katie Holland in 1926, and moved to Porterville in the 1930s during the dust bowl. After high school, she moved to Los Angeles where she worked for McDonnell-Douglas Aircraft and later worked in San Francisco as a waitress. In 1961, Ruby moved to Turlock where she lived and operated a taxi service for 25 years. She lived in Fresno for the last seven years. Her hobbies included gardening and working on crossword puzzles.