Clair Willson Reavis, 80, passed away at Emanuel Medical Center in Turlock, California. Clair was born in Willits, California to Clair and Marjorie Reavis. He grew up in Oakland and graduated from Oakland Technical High School with continued studies at Merritt Jr. College. Clair had numerous summer jobs growing up including his favorite at the Heinz Food processing plant. Clair worked in the warehouse industry including 37 years at Capwell's Department Store in Oakland. Clair's dedication in his work allowed him to retire in management in 1990.
Clint Case, 41, of Hilmar, passed away after a long battle with illness. Clint was born in Ceres, California to Eddy and Marilyn Case. He attended Keyes Elementary School and, at age 10, attended Crowell School in Turlock. His Junior High years were in Chadwick, Missouri, and he returned to be near his Mom and graduated from Angels Camp High School.
Dorothy Ella Wright, 86, of Turlock, passed away Saturday, May 5, 2012, at Turlock Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. She was born May 8, 1925, in Auburn, CA, to the late Henry and Maude (Story) Gibson. She graduated from Santa Cruz High School and then moved to Petaluma, where she met her first husband, Albert Gwinner. During that time, she worked at Mare Island Naval Shipyard. Dorothy and Albert moved to Philadelphia, where he attended a seminary. After Albert passed away, Dorothy moved to Turlock. She worked at the Cal State University Stanislaus Library for 15 years. Soon after retiring, she ...
Simon White was born in Turlock. He attended kindergarten at Cunningham Elementary, went on to Schendel School in Delhi, Delhi Middle School and graduated from Delhi High School. He played baseball and football in middle school, made "All Stars" in high school football.
John died Friday surrounded by family. A dynamic and loving man, John celebrated life and enjoyed it to the fullest. John was preceded in death by his mother Joyce Bertacchi and survived by his wife, Janice Segars, his sister Kathi Cunningham, his stepfather Roy Bertacchi, his two children Stephanie and Zachary and many loving family members and friends.
Raya was very loved and will be dearly missed by her loving family. She was born in Ukraine on April 15, 1929 to Avisha and Rebecca Ellia and passed on May 6, 2012. Raya leaves behind her loving husband Youshia Daniel; children Janet Daniel of Turlock, Tom Daniel of Turlock, Violet Deter of Santa Clara, Joanne Dailey of San Francisco, Mary Sarkis of Turlock and Wilma Dorliac of Santa Clara; sister Sona Pourkaldani; twelve grandchildren and six great grandchildren.
George Eisenhut of Turlock passed away peacefully on the morning of Thursday May 3, 2012, while holding the hand of his only child, John. Six years ago the love of his life, Mildred Eisenhut, passed, and he was greatly comforted in his last days at the idea of reuniting with her in the afterlife.
Francisco "Frank" Salas, of Turlock, CA, passed away on Friday, April 20th, 2012. He was one of five siblings born to Jess and Loreda Salas. He is survived by his sister, Angie Salas, sons Anthony and Michael Salas and daughter Tatia Childers. Frank married the former Elaine Elick on 7/7/1985 and she preceded him in death.
George J. Heilman, was born in Dickinson, North Dakota to parents Lawrence and Mary Heilman. He grew up with seven sisters and four brothers on a Midwest wheat farm. George was later drafted to serve in the U.S. Army in the Ninth Armored Division, which was part of the third army serving in Europe during World War II. George returned home to North Dakota where he met and married his wife, Carol. They were married 65 years.
Linda John, 53, of Turlock, passed away at Alexander Cohen Hospice House. Linda had lived her whole life with challenges. She was born in Spokane, WA, the first of two girls born to David and Valerie John. The family moved to California when Linda was two. When she was still very young, her father was killed in an auto accident. Her mother married Howard Lower a few years later and Linda grew up with a great love and respect for both of her parents, Howard "Poppa" and Valerie Lower. Howard and Valerie were involved in the leadership of the choir ...