Sat was born in Turlock and spent most of his life in the Cortez, Turlock, and Cressey areas working in the auto body repair business. He was well-known for the excellent quality of his work and car restoration consumed many of his hours at home.
Evelyn Soltero, 91, passed away peacefully Tuesday, March 13, 2012, with her family by her side at Emanuel Medical Center. She was born February 18, 1921, in Modesto, California to the late William and Mamie Lehmkuhl. Evelyn spent most of her life in Turlock. She belonged to the St. Francis Anglican Church in Turlock, charter member of Women of the Moose where she earned three degrees, V.F.W. Auxiliary, and served Meals on Wheels.
Virginia Mildred Bailey, 87, passed away on March 10, 2012. She was born in Gallantin, Tennessee to Luther and Roberta Butrum. She was a long term resident of Turlock. She was a member of the First United Methodist Church, UMW, past president of Osborn PTA, served two terms of presidency of Turlock Senior Citizens and prior member of the Rebekah Lodge. She enjoyed quilting, reading and cooking. Her love was for her family, children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Dorothy Clark passed away peacefully on Sunday, March 4, following a short illness. She was born July 13, 1922, in Chicago, to Samuel and Nanjon Yohannan. After graduating from high school, Dorothy eventually relocated to San Francisco, in 1944.
Stetpen Andrew Regas of Turlock was born 10-13-1944 and passed 5-28-2015. he was a gentle man, tender in heart, generous in spirit. He is survived by his daughter Rachel Duarte, son in law Tony Duarte & three grandsons Micah, Noah & Elijah Duarte. Services will be June 4th at 11 am at Turlock Memorial Park.
Louise Adele Marchant, 88, of Turlock, passed away May 26 at Doctors Medical Center surrounded by her loving family. She was the second daughter born in 1926 to Leopoldo and Confida Poggi, Italian immigrants, in San Francisco.
Marjorie Miller, 92, of Turlock, passed away at Alexander Cohen Hospice House in Hughson. Marjorie was born in Texas, one of 6 children born to Mr & Mrs Harrelson. She was raised in Missouri and attended schools in Missouri. She married Charles "Chuck" Edward Miller in Prineville, Oregon in 1945. Chuck and Marjorie and her family ran a commercial fishing business in Kenai, Alaska. She was a housewife and was involved with running the family business for 50 years.