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.
Dr. Ralph Truitt, 90, of Turlock, was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico to missionary parents, Earnest and Bertha. His parents' godly example led Ralph to choose a career as a medical doctor and to actively lead his family, serve his church, perform missionary service, and serve many families in the community.
A very bright young man, Ralph graduated from Loma Linda University Medical School at age 23. His internship and internal medicine was completed at White Memorial Hospital in Los Angeles, a hospital founded by the Seventh Day Adventist Church. Three weeks after completing medical school he married the ...
Linda Louise Tapia, 69, of Delhi, died Wednesday in Turlock. She was born in March 1941 in Livermore and was a special aid foster grandparent for nine years at Marilyn Frank's Child Development Center. She attended Sacred Heart Catholic Church.
She is survived by her son, Anthony J. Vega of La Grand; step-son, Ralph Vega and his wife, Maria, of Ceres and Jesus Tapia of Turlock; daughters, Mary L. Perez of Delhi, Nina R. Cardiel and her husband, Manuel, of Turlock, Jenny A. Duran and her husband, Juan, of Merced, Angie D. Alejandre of Delhi and Linda L. Carrillo ...
Ruth Herring, 94, of Turlock, passed away on Friday at St. Francis Assisted Care in Turlock. She was born in Ventura to Grover and Hazel Bell in 1916. She was raised in Southern California and received a bachelor's degree from UCLA. Ruth moved to Turlock in 1949, and lived there since then. She was a teacher at Campus Park Elementary School in Livingston. Ruth was a member of Monte Vista Chapel, CTA and CRTA.
Ruth is survived by her daughters, Bernice (Leland) Schmiedt of Lodi and Mary (Danny) Mendoza of Diamond Springs; grandchild, Andrew J. Schmiedt of Elk Grove ...
Dorothy Beers, 80, of Turlock, died Feb. 24 in Turlock.
Dorothy was a wife and homemaker for 51 years. She enjoyed spending her time as a volunteer at Emanuel Medical Center at the information desk for five years. Her favorite things were classical music, Mexican food and seafood, vacationing on the North Coast, chocolate ice cream, needlework, and the Raiders and 49ers. The reason she volunteered at Emanuel was after her husband passed, she was drawn to the hospital to help people, as she wanted to be a nurse when she was younger.
Edward Meyer, 71, of Denair, lost his battle with cancer at Turlock Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. He was born to Edward H. and Elizabeth Meyer in Oakland. After his high school graduation, Edward attended trade school and got his start as an auto mechanic. For many years he ran his own business specializing in the repair of imported cars. In 1958 he married Irene Francis. They were married for 47 years before her death in 2005.
Edward was preceded in death by his parents and by his wife Irene. He is survived by children, Martin (Kathleen) Jacobs of Union City ...
Jeannie Baccelli, 34, of Turlock, passed away unexpectedly at her home. She was born in Modesto to Raymond Baccelli and Pamela Moyer. She started her schooling in San Diego and the family moved to Hilmar when she was in the second grade. Jeannie graduated with the Class of 1995 from Hilmar High School.
She was a homemaker and was known for making great salads. Even though Jeannie experienced much pain in her life, she did enjoy exercising. She also loved to shop. In recent years Jeannie enjoyed worshipping at New Life Christian Center with her friends.
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.