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Submitted by Len Hayashi
June 29, 2017Sherry Lynn Barrett of Doylestown, PA passed away on Thursday, June 29, 2017 in Neshaminy Manor, Warrington, PA. She was 70.Born in San Diego, CA to the late Andrew James Blecha and Ruth Astrid Marie Nordquist Blecha, Sherry resided in Washington and California, before moving to Pennsylvania in 1989.She was formerly employed as a Reservation Sales Agent with AMTRAK in the Mid-Atlantic Regional Sales Office in Philadelphia, PA for 12 years, retiring in 2002.She was the beloved wife of 19 years to Lewis J. Barrett; devoted mother of Kimberly Osada and her husband Craig Fisher of Mukilteo, WA; dear sister of Karen Craig; loving grandmother of Christopher Fisher; cherished aunt of Ilka Gilliam and Robert Tucker.
Cremation was private under the direction of the Varcoe-Thomas Funeral Home/Central Bucks Crematory, 344 North Main Street, Doylestown, PA 18901.
In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts to Humane PA, 1729 N. 11th Street, Reading, PA 19604 or www.humanepa.org would be appreciated.
Submitted by Mary Carrier Weflen, obituary from ObitTree
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February 5, 1968
Raymond Nelson Curley
Ray Curley lived with his father in an apartment above Curley’s Garage in downtown Del Mar, two blocks from his favorite surf break.The garage, which had one hydraulic lift, was “a funky little place,” said Corbin Taylor of Del Mar.
Curley and friends converted a tool shed behind the garage into a stash sport for their surfboards.
Curley graduated from San Dieguito in 1964, was drafted and began his tour of duty in 1967. Shrapnel wounds killed im during his fifth month in Vietnam.
Former Del Mar lifeguard captain Grant Larson remembered Curley’s mild demeanor and big smile.
In those days, surfers braved frigid winter waters without wetsuits. They would warm up with bonfires and cigarettes on the beach.
Curley, Larson said, “was a real strong guy.”
“If you had a scrape with someone, he’d be right there with you,” Larson said. He’d be the first guy to step in.
“More than just names in stone,” San Diego Union Tribune, February 2, 2002.
Raymond moved to the City of Orange in 1966. In 1967 he was drafted. He arrived in Vietnam on September 30, 1967, where he served in C company, 2nd Battalion, 28th Infantry in the 1st Infantry Division.
He was killed in combat in Gia Dinh Province, South Vietnam on February 5, 1968 at the age of 21.
He is buried in Rose Hills Memorial Park in Whittier, California.
Details from SDHS Veterans Scholarship Certificate
Submitted by Len Hayashi
January 12, 1947 – April 4, 2020
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July 7, 1985
James Dyck, 69, of Meadview passed away on October 25, 2017. He was born on November 10, 1947.Thoughts and condolences may be submitted to the family at www.lietz-frazefuneralhome.com
Submitted by Len Hayashi
January 21, 1946 to May 12, 2010
Obituary submitted by Bill Hughes
Antonio Gonzales was born on March 11, 1945 and passed away on October 14, 2019.
Antonio D. “Uncle Tony” Gonzales
March 11, 1945 – October 14, 2019
SOLANA BEACH — Son of Antonio and Catalina Gonzales. Sisters: Teresa Rincon, Catalina Salgado and Gloria Aronson, and his numerous nieces and nephews will miss having Tony in their lives.
Mass at St. James Catholic Church, Solana Beach, on Saturday, November 9th at 1:00 pm.
From scanned San Diego Union Tribune clipping submitted by Len Hayashi
d. October 16, 2017
Submitted by Len Hayashi
Robert Edward Engel
Marlboro Remembers Bob Engel
The Marlboro College community was saddened by the death of Bob Engel, biology professor emeritus, on January 22, 2018, in his home as he wished. Bob shared his delight in the natural world as a member of the Marlboro faculty for 36 years, from 1975 to his retirement in 2011, and continued to be a vibrant part of the community after that, teaching additional classes, making guest appearances, and offering alumni birding walks.
“Bob brought such vitality and passion to everything he did and especially enjoyed his work with students both inside and outside the classroom,” said Richard Glejzer, provost and dean of faculty. “He will be greatly missed by all of us at Marlboro.”
“He was such a master teacher,” said President Kevin, who often reflects on his good fortune in attending an introductory to Bob’s class on ornithology. “I learned more about birds from Bob in that 20 minutes than I had learned about birds in any other context or at any other time.”
Bob was a strong believer in the liberal arts, and in Marlboro’s self-directed academic model. He said, “People who understand the history and aspirations of our own species and who can speak to and understand different cultures, will make the largest contributions as life scientists.”
In an age of specialization, Bob acquired an unusually broad-based understanding of the life sciences, teaching courses on topics ranging from general biology to tropical, marine, and desert ecology, and from ornithology to comparative physiology and plant taxonomy. He usually spoke without notes, and with an attention to detail, dry sense of humor, and storytelling prowess that awed many students.
“Biology class with Bob was fascinating because he would open each class with the question, ‘Well, what are you curious about?’” said Lara Knudsen ’03, who went on to medical school and practices family medicine in Oregon. “And we could ask him anything—why do leaves change colors, why do birds have different calls, what are the parasites I brought back from India? Bob helped me establish a habit of being naturally curious about things, which leads to endless learning—a valuable asset in the field of medicine.”
“Bob’s influence on my life and professional trajectory was, and still is, nothing short of profound,” says Hall Cushman ’82, a professor of biology at Sonoma State University. “I vividly remember meeting him in 1978 when, during an epic snowstorm, I visited Marlboro as a prospective student. I was considering multiple colleges and majors at the time but, after this meeting, decided to attend Marlboro, study biology and work closely with Bob. This decision is one that I have never regretted—I am still devoted to Marlboro, biology, teaching and research.”
“I came from a rough, rural public high school, and Bob taught me to learn, think and grow better,” said Tim Tibbitts ’80, a wildlife biologist at Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument in Arizona. “His passion for and knowledge of biology was highly contagious. My vocation has been an attempted 30-year extension of Bob’s desert biology field course, minus the wild nights at the Bum Steer in Tucson.”
The Robert E. Engel Award was established by colleagues and alumni in 2011, in honor of Bob, and is awarded each year to a student who demonstrates Bob’s passion for the natural world and his keen powers of observation and inquiry as a natural historian.
January 18, 2018
Submitted by Len Hayashi
JUDY GEORGE (WALDROP)
Judy M. Waldrop September 22, 1946 – August 6, 2016 EncinitasJudy was born to Oliver and Mae George of Encinitas, where she resided her entire life. She graduated from San Dieguito High in 1964. Judy loved the ocean and wouldn’t turn down a swim at the beach. She was an enthusiastic person who had much fun with family and friends.
She was preceded in death by her parents and her husband of 49 years, Johnnie Waldrop. Judy and Johnnie appreciated nature and in their many years together, camped and backpacked in California and Baja; most of these adventures with three kids in tow.
Judy is survived by her three children, John “Ty” Waldrop (Heather), Misty Thiesfeld (Gus), Torrey Waldrop (Amy); six grandchildren whom she adored so much; sister, Priscilla Fisher (David); brother-in-law, Herb Waldrop (Jeannie Adams), brother-in-law, Bill Waldrop (Karen); four nieces, a nephew, and many endearing relatives and friends.
For those who knew Judy, you can still see her beautiful smile and hear her sweet laugh. Judy always looked at the brighter side of life and never complained. She taught us the importance of kindness, equality, and caring for one another.Thank you to our dear family and friends for your love and support, and your help with Judy’s care during the unforgiving struggle with Alzheimer’s disease.
9 November 2014
Madeline Cecelia Hart Smith
Marengo Madeline C. Smith, 72, of Marengo, passed away on April 24, 2019, after a brief illness. Funeral service will be at 2 p.m. Saturday, April 27, at Kloster Funeral Home in Marengo. Visitation will precede the funeral from noon to 2 p.m. at the funeral home. Burial will be in the Marengo Cemetery. Memorials to Kennedi’s Kisses 12402 S. 81st Ave., Papillion, NE, 68046. Online condolences: www.klosterfuneralhome.com.
Submitted by Len Hayashi, published in The Gazette on Apr. 26, 2019
May 16, 2018Marilyn was the quintessential California girl, who surfed the local waves in Encinitas and Carlsbad in her youth. She was a loving mom, sister, aunt, cousin, grandmother, godmother, and wife. Marilyn retired from 25 years in Human Resources at Tri-City Hospital and then 10 years as an administrative assistant at the County of San Diego. Her family was the cherished center of her life. She and Willie hosted countless BBQs and birthday parties that created wonderful memories. Her Spanish rice and enchiladas were legendary. She cheered her grandchildren at soccer games and music performances. She loved Christmas and filled the home she shared with Willie with magical Christmas decorations.Marilyn was also the truest of friends. She never hesitated to rush to a friend’s side. She could be counted on to be there and get her hands dirty to help. She was also always up for a glass of wine and sharing stories with friends.Marilyn lost her courageous year long battle with cancer on May 16, 2018. She never complained. In fact, she remained strong and hosted a wonderful Christmas back in December. She left behind Willie, her husband of 50 years. Additionally, she left 2 daughters Michelle (son-in-law, Mario) and Mandy (son-in-law, Chris) and 3 grandchildren, Cristian, Jacob and Joshua. Willie and the family take comfort that Marilyn is no longer suffering and is at peace.
Written by Jan Hite (’66), Bill’s sister to the Fallbrook Village News May 14, 2020.
Submitted by Len Hayashi
5 August 2014
2 Apr 1946 – 13 Jun 1995
TOMMY RICHARD LEWISTommy Richard Lewis CARDIFF —
Lifetime Cardiff resident, Tommy Lewis passed away peacefully at home after a brief but valiant struggle with Stage 4 glioblastoma brain cancer on Friday, January 2, 2009. The tumor was inoperable as it was located in the cerebral cortex part of the brain.
Tommy was an avid surfer, winning the Malibu Classic surf contest as recently as September. His life was the ocean, having surfed, shaped amazing longboards, was a third generation lobsterman and a commercial fisherman as well. Tommy also spent periods in Puerto Rico, Hawaii and Mexico pursuing his passion for surfing. He touched the lives of everyone he met, with his love for life and will be greatly missed. He never did any thing he didn’t want to do. He was a classic.
He is survived by his long time love and soulmate, Mary Howard; daughters, Amanda Lewis and Jessie Maynard; sister, Sandra Undraitis; niece, Lisa Pinkel (Charlie) and their children Charline and Chris; nephew, Leonard Undraitis (Lynn) and their children, Kayla and Kayde, as well as his many fans and friends.
Private services will be held for the immediate family. A paddle out will be held at Pipes in Cardiff as well as a celebration of his life when the weather warms up, as Tommy hated the cold water. Another paddle out will be held at his favorite surf break by his home in Todos Santos, Mexico at La Pastora Beach. These events to be announced.
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Published in North County Times on January 11, 2009
Remembering Tommy Lewis
By GARY HYVONEN – For the North County Times
OCEANSIDE —- When Tommy Lewis fell off his surfboard sometime around Thanksgiving, his girlfriend said he panicked. Sure, the water was cold and he absolutely couldn’t stand cold water —- but it was more than that.
“He just never falls off his board,” said Mary Beth Howard, who had lived with Lewis the past 10 years. “He was such an accomplished surfer. He knew something was wrong.”
Lewis, it turned out, was suffering from inoperable brain cancer. He passed away Jan. 2 in his Oceanside home. He was 62.
Just four months ago, Lewis took the championship in his age group at the prestigious Malibu Classic surf contest.
“It was like he was 19 years old again,” Howard said of his recent performance. “This all happened so fast.
“His last words to me were, ‘I want to marry you,’ ” she added. “I started crying. What a fabulous man. You talk about charisma, oh my God! Talk to anyone who knew him and they will tell you how he helped them and made life better for them.”
The beach community will remember Lewis as a legendary longboard surfer and a successful commercial fisherman, as well as for the “amazing” surfboards he shaped.
His sister said he certainly was all that, but more than anything he was a free spirit who had a live-long love affair with the ocean.
“He had a real simple life,” said Sandra Undraitis. “He always got to do what he wanted and not many people can say that. He marched to his own drum. He didn’t follow the rules.”
Tommy Richard Lewis was born Sept. 4, 1946, in La Jolla. He was the younger of Stan and Mae Lewis’ two children. He grew up in Cardiff-by-the-Sea, in a house on Chesterfield behind a hotel, post office and grocery store.
His father was a commercial fisherman and when Tommy reached the third grade he and his sister would sell fish once a week by pulling a wagon up and down the unpaved streets.
“We did real well at it, but Tommy didn’t like it,” said Undraitis, 64. “He wanted to be at the beach. He loved the beach more than anything.
“If it was a nice day, my mom would let him stay home from school and go to the beach,” Undraitis added. “He wasn’t an ordinary kid. He was going to be a fisherman and school didn’t matter to him.”
Lewis did graduate from San Dieguito High in 1964 but by then he already was making surfboards and fishing for a living.
He competed on surf teams and got to travel. His favorite places were Hawaii, Puerto Rico and Mexico. He eventually built a house in Todos Santos, Baja, Mexico, where he made his part-time home the past six years.
Besides fishing, he ran a quasi surf shop from his backyard, which is how he met Howard after his marriage ended.
Howard lived in San Clemente and surfed regularly at San Onofre. One day her board needed repairing and a fellow surfer recommended her to Lewis.
“He brought me down to Tommy’s house and I never left,” Howard said. The couple eventually moved to Oceanside.
Lewis made a name for himself in surfing, even though he didn’t enter many contests “because he didn’t like anything that was structured,” his sister said.
He did win the fabled Stone Steps Beach Encinitas Surfing Contest in the 1970s, and along the way impressed fellow surfers with his wave knowledge and timing, and thrilled spectators with his switch-stance roundhouse cutbacks.
At the recent Malibu event, he turned some heads. One of them belonged to Scott Bass, one of the judges.
“It was incredible,” said Bass. “Tommy was in great form. He was stoked to win that. He was well-known around here, but to go up to Malibu and compete against some of the legends up there, and beat them —- he was pretty stoked.
“He may have been a laid-back dude who didn’t do a whole lot of competitions, but he was ultra-competitive when he did enter a contest,” Bass added.
Bass, 43, said he relished the times in the past few years that he was able to spend with Lewis after they became teammates on the Swami Surfing Association squad.
Bass said he grew up in Del Mar practically idolizing the guy. He said Lewis took after his father, Stan, a well-known surfer and fisherman “who was cut from the cloth of Hemingway.”
“I looked up to Tommy,” Bass said. “He was the red-hot surfer from the area.”
Lewis’ sister said that when the end was near, she discussed with him plans to have his ashes scattered at sea.
“He said, ‘OK, but wait till the water is warm’ ” Undraitis said. “He didn’t like cold water. That’s why he went to Hawaii so much.”
A memorial service and a paddle-out ceremony will take place at Pipes in Cardiff at a future date, sometime after the weather warms, Undraitis said.
She also said a similar celebration will be held at his favorite surf break by his home in Todos Santos.
Lewis is survived by his longtime girlfriend, Mary Beth Howard; daughters Amanda Lewis and Jessie Maynard; sister Sandra Undraitis, a niece and a nephew.
—North County Times Obituaries published 1/13/2009
August 30, 2007
Submitted by Len Hayashi
6 Apr 1946 — 6 Jun 1970
DENNIS STEPHEN MARKHAMOCEANSIDE — Dennis Markham, 59, died of lymphoma, Thursday, Dec. 22, 2005.
Born Aug. 26, 1946, in Hollywood, he lived in Oceanside for 18 years. He worked at Peregnne Systems. He was a member of the Oceanside Seventh-day Adventist Church. He enjoyed surfing and golfing.
Mr. Markham is survived by his wife of 32 years, Judith Markham of Oceanside; son Zac of Oceanside; and daughters Rachelle and Melia, both of Oceanside.
A memorial will be held at a later date at the Oceanside Seventh-day Adventist Church.
Accu-Care Cremation is handling arrangements.
—North County Times, published January 5, 2006, submitted by Len Hayashi.
IAN ROBERT MCCLEANIan Robert McLean was our Sophomore and Junior Class Vice President and A.S.B. President our Senior year. Ian was also a California Scholarship Federation Life Member his Junior and Senior years. Ian passed from pancreatic cancer on January 13, 2017. Below is his obituary in the San Francisco Chronicle. –Len Hayashi
Ian Robert McLean
November 6, 1946 – January 13, 2017
Born in Los Angeles, CA passed in San Francisco of pancreatic cancer. Predeceased by his mother Dorothy Dyer and father John (Mac) McLean.
Raised in Cardiff by the Sea, CA. Ian enjoyed politics and was student body president for two years at San Dieguito High School. He graduated from UC Irvine and worked for the Federal government as a Medicaid Policy Specialist where he was also an active union member.
A lifelong Democrat, after his retirement he became an active volunteer chairing the School Site Council at his children’s school and advocating for universal health care.
An avid walker he could frequently be seen in Golden Gate Park, at Lands End or the beach. walking in a yellow or orange shirt.
Ian is survived by his wife Maren Larsen, their two children Scott and Heather McLean, his three brothers George Wilson, Hugh and Ken McLean, and many nieces and nephews.
Published in San Francisco Chronicle on Jan. 15, 2017 and submitted by Len Hayashi
Kathleen Sharron McClure (Williams)
January 31, 1946 – August 7, 2016
Lakeside -John Merrick Minshew, 70 of Lakeside, passed away at home, August 7, 2016 surrounded by family, longtime friends, and Sharp Hospice Care after a courageous 14-year battle of prostate cancer.John was born January 31, 1946 in Coronado, Calif. He grew up in Solana Beach (19 years) Encinitas (33 years), and resided in Lakeside the past 18 years. John was the th child of 12. He graduated from San Dieguito High School class of 1964, where he met the “love of his life”, Cheryl Simonson, marrying July 3,1965.
He was an ironworker 50 years. In 1991 he co-founded and co-operated Minshew Bros. Steel Construction Co., Inc. with brothers Jim and Dan. MBSCI is still currently owned and operating in Lakeside.
John was a devoted loving husband, father, grandfather, brother, and friend. His gentle nature, kindness, generosity and respect for all, gathered his many longtime friends and business associates.
John, even from youth, was mechanical, creative and ambitious. In early years, his pleasure was building and enjoying off road vehicles, including Brawley Steel racing 1978-1980. He loved the outdoors including camping, fishing, and golf. He enjoyed spending the last 20 years with family and friends at his San Felipe, Baja home which he built and owned with sister-in-law and husband, Bill and Lorrie Seiler.
John is survived by his devoted wife, Cheryl of 51 years, daughters Kristen Minshew of Santee and Staci Johnson (Brian) of Ramona; Granddaughters, Shauna Harle (i5), Holli Johnson (14), and Grandson Branden Johnson (11). Six siblings—Sisters, Delores Thweatt (Larry) of Escondido, Mitzi Dodson (Ed) of Gold Beach, Oregon, Christine Pedersen of Pomeroy, Washington and Nancy Doherty of Valley Center, and Brothers—James Minshew (Cheryl) of Alpine and Victor Minshew of Alpine. Sister-in-laws— Margie Minshew of Valley Center, Debbie Minshew of Valley Center, Brother-in-laws—Alvin Allen of Valley Center, Stan Dunlap of Carlsbad, and sister- in-law and husband—Bill and Lorrie Seiler of San Felipe, Baja. 12 nephews, 15 nieces, and many great nieces and nephews and close dear friends.
John was preceded in death by parents, Charles Dee and Fannie Lois Minshew, brothers, Charles Minshew and Daniel Minshew; sisters, Frances Ardent, Sally Dunlap, Billie Jean Allen. The John Minshew Family give special thanks to EuroMed, Phoenix, AZ. (alternative), Cancer Center Oncology Medical Group East County and Sharp Hospice Care. Our heartfelt appreciation to the Reynaga Family, the Minshew Family, and Minshew Bros. Steel Employees and many friends who have supported us with Love.
Celebration of Life will be held—-Sunday, September 11, 2016-2pm-6pm, Babylon Palace, 456 N. Magnolia Ave., El Cajon, CA 92020. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to: Sharp Hospice Care, P.O. Box 158, La Mesa, CA. 91944. (619) 740-4200.
John Merrick Minshew passed away on August 7, 2016.
Submitted by Len Hayashi
May 10, 2001
d. 24 January 2014
ROBERT QUINCY TAYLOR
Robert “Bob” Quincy Taylor passed away at the age of 71 on Friday, September 7, 2018 in Salem, OR, surrounded by his family and friends.Bob was born November 11, 1946 to Quincy Baugh Taylor and Dorothy Ager Taylor in Cleveland, Ohio, and grew up in Encinitas, CA, where he graduated from San Dieguito High School in 1964. While he spent the last portion of his life in Oregon, he was a “Southern California boy” at heart. He loved to root for his favorite SD sports teams, and his favorite band was the Eagles. He was very excited to see them in concert in Portland earlier this year. He also enjoyed gardening and collecting antiques.
He married Kathy J. Dziedzic on July, 7, 1978 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Bob was a dedicated professional, having spent his career as a supervisor in the circuit board industry, including with Burrough’s Corporation in Carlsbad, CA. He retired his career from WVRC in Lebanon, OR, a company dedicated to providing vocational training to persons with disabilities. His time with WVRC softened his heart for others in need.
Bob committed the last 18 years of his life to being sober and shared the AA 12-step message of strength and spirituality by sponsoring others seeking a fulfilling life through sobriety. He counseled many others with a straightforward yet caring approach.
Bob was a strong and loving husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather. He was the one we came to for honest advice – not sugarcoated – but always given with love in his heart, which we appreciated about him. He is survived by his wife, Kathy Jean Taylor of Lebanon, OR; daughters, Deborah Taylor Foster of Escondido, CA, Jennifer Taylor of Sacramento, CA, and son Michael J. Taylor of Tucson, AZ; 7 grandchildren and one great grandchild. We will miss him dearly.
Published in the Coast News, September 19, 2018
1946 – 1971″Mike” Tworek was an Army helicopter pilot — and a very good one.During his tour in Vietnam with the 1st Air Cavalry, he was awarded 33 Air Medals, received the Bronze Star and the Silver Star; was cited for bravery and awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross for rescuing the crew of another helicopter shot down in enemy territory.Returning from Vietnam in late 1969, he was assigned to Fort Rucker, Alabama, as an advanced instrument instructor. Two years later he was killed in a tragic mid-air night collision with another helicopter during “under the hood” training. He would have received his BA degree the following March from Troy University. He now rests in El Camino Memorial Park in San Diego.
—Source: City of Solana Beach Veterans Memorial & Dedication Program, co-hosted by: Solana Beach Civic & Historical Society, Veterans of Foreign Wars – Post 5431, March 25, 2009. Submitted by Len Hayashi
May 26, 1989
Submitted by Len Hayashi
28 April 2011
MARSHA WANGSNESS (COLEMAN)Marsha Coleman, 59
ESCONDIDO – Marsha Wangsness Coleman, 59, died of leukemia, Saturday, Aug. 5, 2006, at the City of Hope in Duarte.
Born Nov. 27, 1946, in San Diego, she lived in Escondido for 10 years. She was a member of the Valley Center Republican Women’s Club and the Santa Margarita Women’s Golf Club. She was a 2005 Castle Creek Women’s golf champion.
Mrs. Coleman is survived by her husband of 28 years, Frederick Coleman of Escondido; son and daughter-in-law David and Kristen Dennis of San Diego; daughter and son-in-law Shea and August Fluegge Jr. of Valley Center; brother Mark Wangsness of Pahoa, Hawaii; sister and brother-in-law Kim and Paul Consol of Guinda; and three grandchildren.
A memorial service is scheduled for 3:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 11, at Grace Lutheran Church in Escondido.
The family suggests donations to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, 9150 Chesapeake, Suite 100, San Diego, CA 92123.
Alhiser-Comer Mortuary is handling arrangements.
—North County Times Obituaries published 08/09/2006
July 30, 2009 – July 30, 2009