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Jonas Robledo

Beloved by his friends, family and former students he completed his earthly journey peacefully. His passion was teaching and living life fully. “El Maestro” taught in the Valley for 30 years particularly at Haddon Ave. Elementary.  He is survived by his children: Xochitl, Leticia, Joaquin, Eliseo and grandchildren, sisters Abbie and Elia. Memorial service scheduled […]

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Kathryn King

Mary Kathryn King, sister, aunt, and friend, passed away on September 25, 2018.  She was raised with her three older brothers, children of Frank and Alma King of Huntington Beach. She was a Catholic nun for 17 years and later worked for many years as a teacher of music to children and as a church […]

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Lucy Regalado

Lucy Regalado was born in the City of San Fernando. Lucy Martinez Yribe Regalado passed away in her sleep at the home of her daughter, Rickie Donofrio in La Mirada, on October 29, 2018. She was 86 years old.  She is survived by her 6 children, Priscilla, Patricia, Rickie, Leopoldo, Robert and Jonathan, 11 grandchildren, […]

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Michelle Williams

Michelle Marie Williams, 53, died July 7, 2018 in West Hills, CA. Born in Hillsboro, OR, Michelle grew up in Glendora and Wrightwood, CA, graduating from Serrano High School in 1983, where she was active in sports and served as class president in her junior and senior years. Following her graduation from California State University […]

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Adelle Daniels

Adelle was born in 1949 in Sacramento, California. She lived most of her life in the San Fernando Valley, where she married and raised four children.  She worked as a nurse for over twenty years until her retirement. She was an active volunteer with MEND and you could always find her quilting and knitting in […]

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Barbra Jane Haiduc (Wood)

Born at home in Oakhill, West Virginia, she moved to CA as a young girl. Barbra attended JHF Polytechnic High School in Sun Valley where she was Editor-In-Chief of the “Poly Optimist” school paper. Barbra earned her Master’s degree from Goddard University; she was a lifelong educator. She is survived by her sons, Nick-John and […]

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Joe M. Juarez

Joe M. Juarez, a former resident of San Fernando, passed away on July 11, 2018 in Delano, CA.  Joe was born on September 16, 1936 in Las Animas, Colorado along with twin brother, John Juarez of Pixley, CA. John passed away in 2007. Joe is survived by the love of his life of 62 years, […]

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Nick Navarro Garcia

Nick Garcia, 81, was a lifelong resident of the city of San Fernando died on Wednesday, July 11, of a cardiac attack at Providence Holy Cross Hospital. He was a member of St Ferdinand church. He was married to Dorothy Garcia who died. He was an employee of GM and craft services for movie studios. […]

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David H. Ross

It is with a heavy heart we announce the passing of David H. Ross, Father, businessman and great friend.  David, Born in Phoenix Arizona May 28, 1936, died the evening of Sunday July 15th 2018 at his care facility in Arleta. He leaves behind his Sons John Ross, and Tom Ross, his daughter-in-law Colleen and […]

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Mary Joann Moss

Mary Joann Moss passed away peacefully on June 6, 2018.  Born December 5, 1930 in Los Angeles, CA, she grew up in the city of San Fernando.  Mary Joann was a direct descendant of Cyrus Lyon, an early California pioneer.  Around 1855, Cyrus and his twin brother Sanford Lyon established Lyons Station, the first American […]