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Funeral & Obituary News for Roseville, CA

Mona Lavelle
Columbus Telegram
Viewing and visitation will be 7-8 p.m. Monday at McKown Funeral Home. Mona Mary Lavelle was born April 29, 1921, ... She is survived by son Mike (Charlotte) Lavelle of Laurel, Maryland; grandchildren Rodney Lavelle of Lewes, Delaware, and Troy Lavelle ...


Hanford Sentinel

Henry L. (Lloyd) Grisso
Hanford Sentinel
In addition, Mr. Grisso is survived by two sisters and a brother. They include: Elaine Sexton, and her husband, Clifford, of Citrus Heights, CA; Gayle McDonald, and her husband, John, of Montgomery, AL; and his brother, Robert Grisso, and his wife ...


Families recall relatives, stories surrounding Babes in the Woods mystery
The Sentinel
The Central Book Store on West High Street became the collection point for the effort, which raised $270 toward funeral expenses, the equivalent of about $4,638 today. Donations came from businesses, organizations and individuals from as far away as ...

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The Sentinel

Babes in the woods: Discovery of 3 slain girls opened iconic mystery 80 years ago
The Sentinel
State police had nothing to go on when they arranged for the bodies to be moved from South Mountain to the Ewing Brothers Funeral Home, then in the 100 block of South Hanover Street in Carlisle. Word quickly spread through the streets of town that the ...

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Funeral Procession to Impact Traffic in Roseville Area
Rocklin and Roseville Today
The funeral for Sacramento Sheriff's Deputy Danny Oliver is scheduled for 11 a.m. Monday at Adventure Christian Church, 6401 Stanford Ranch Road in Roseville. Traffic will be heavy in the area around the church and along Stanford Ranch Road before the ...

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Chicago Defender

Chicagoland WWII Veterans Honored in Washington, DC
Chicago Defender
CHICAGO–For African American World War II veterans like Thomas V. Jones, the experience was vastly different from their white counterparts, yet they continued to hold up their head up and make their country proud. Ford Motor Company wanted to help ...

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