So, we as a family leave this poem for our Dear Grandmee… She was a realtor for over 30 years earning many awards. Interment will follow at the Piru Cemetery located at 3580 Center Street, Piru, CA. She worked with the Business committee of the Chamber of Commerce and always insisted the palm trees on Central Avenue not be cut down. Stan was born in Stockton, Ca in 1945 to Merlyn and Josephine Pearce and moved to Fillmore in 1950. Alejandra will be greatly missed by her family and many friends who knew her as a compassionate and loving person who never turned anyone away and kept her door open to anyone who needed help. Memorials may be sent to Bardsdale United Methodist Church-restoration of LeBard social hall or new parking lot. She looked forward to trips to Mexico, going to Chumash Casino and to Las Vegas. Marie and Gene were active in the community from the early days of their marriage. She was happiest when she was spending time with her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. God looked around his garden and found an empty space One of the things he was most proud of was serving his Country. He became an avid gardener, always creating magnificent gardens around his home. Roberta is preceded in death by her infant son Michael Rodriguez, her mother Dolores and Father Travis, nephews Lonnie Gabriel and Jorge (Pelon Ramirez). But he was always a little workaholic. Roberta relocated to Bakersfield 5 years ago to be closer to her children. He was always open to a spontaneous road trip to just about anywhere that included his family. He collected so many old car parts and gas pumps that he started a side business selling them to old car enthusiasts around the county. He was easygoing and had a positive outlook on life. When you were around Jerry you never knew what to expect, except fun, adventure and pure entertainment! Followed by a Rosary and Funeral Mass at Saint Francis of Assisi Church. In Fillmore, she lived the life she dreamt of; she planted a garden, redesigned her house – always moving toward her vision of beauty. He has been a role model to many including his grandchildren, employees and industry colleagues. In 1949, Lou met the love of his life, Dolores "Dorie" Ara at a Lebanese picnic on Labor Day. The family never knew he had done a little mischief until days or months later. Jerry was truly dedicated to this program and to our youth. Alejandra is preceded in death by her parents Ramon and Genoveva, her sister Soledad and brother Cosme and is survived by her siblings Antonio Becerra, Felipe (Angeles) Becerra, Frank (Gloria) Becerra, Antonia (Francisco) Perez and Guadalupe Gamino. Sadly, Jerry leaves his wife Sabine, his Son Jerald (Julie) their two granddaughters Peyton and Kenzie, his sister Liz, (Wayne) and a multitude of cousins, friends and acquaintances. Got a Scoop? Nieces; Romelia her husband Matt, Lorraine, Enjoli and his princess and only great Niece Elize Mercedes. They also became Real Estate Agents. Store every year, too, to the delight of all the kids in town. After retirement, Owen and his wife were joined by their grandchildren in the summertime and would travel across state lines in a recreational vehicle (RV). By far the greatest “job’ title she ever held was grandmother, the amount of love and the special bond she shared with her grandkids was unmeasurable. Dixieland Jazz was a favorite of his. The family would like to thank the Veterans Administration for helping to move Eddie to Santa Barbara, so he could be closer to his family. His happy place was truly Convict Lake, a place where so many memories were made and lifelong bonds were nurtured. The mountain air called and off they went to Colorado. Calendar Listings |
In 1959, the family moved to Goleta, CA. They ran a lodge in Grand Mesa, then moved to Douglas Pass and started Buckridge Hunting, Ed the guide and Peg the cook. Bertha is survived by her husband, Benjamin Delara; children, Connie Delara, Robert (Yesenia) Delara, Alice (Victor) Rodriguez and Diana Delara, all of Fillmore; brothers, John (Carmen) Zermeño and Ralph (Juana) Zermeño, both of Fillmore; grandchildren, Vanessa (Anthony) Lomeli, Steven, David and Andrew Rodriguez, Brianna, Diego, Aliyah and Alyssa Delara; and great grandchildren, Leanna, Ethan and Joseph Lomeli. After Ed's passing Peg returned to Fillmore where she spread her laughter and smiles to all she met. WhoPassedOn. Amongst a tight network of friends, he graduated from Fillmore High School in 1964. County Administrator Bobbie Hillery called the first meeting in 2021 to order. He visited several national parks, monuments and museums. He attended elementary and high schools in Fillmore. Marge lived in the home until 6 years ago when she could no longer care for herself and moved into Greenfield Care Center. She was blessed with a daughter Malinda K. Pavlovich from her 1stmarriage and then went on to meet the love of her life Charles E. Lidamore and was blessed with a second Child Phyllis Sparks. Ray is survived by his wife of 55 years, Judy, and his sisters, Peggy Stein and Patsy Ortiz. Even in his older years, he continued to work four days a week, including the morning he passed. “We were blessed to have him. One year the Festival provided the backdrop for Marie to sit in a wagon with Gene and share stories of Fillmore’s early days, which she loved. She passed along her love of cooking, baking, sewing, and community service. Paul was born in Fillmore, CA on October 22, 1939 to Paul Casas Sr. and Antonia Ortiz Casas. He was a member of Operating Engineers Local 12. He loved kids. Tobey, wife of Loren “Chub” Bowers and daughter of Wayne and Lilly Klink; was born April 7, 1934 in Salem Center, Indiana. Marie was the camp cook during the annual family scouting adventure each summer. Helen loved to work in her garden on her orange tree ranch and putter around the yard. Driving from their home in Studio City, they’d roll through the Southern California countryside and city streets, with the sisters singing the entire trip. He stayed a proud lifetime resident of Piru, where he too married and raised his family with high-school sweetheart Virginia Chessani. He always had a strong interest in religious civil rights and planned to pursue the field with a law degree. At the age of nineteen, she left home and came to the United States by ocean liner. He continued taking classes in athletic training and spent summers being the trainer for a professional baseball team. They moved to Lancaster and raised their two children, Lori and Michael. His energy, mischief, kindness, wit and zest for life are what his family and friends will remember most by those of us left behind. Ken shared his experienced wisdom of 96 years with those around him. The Gazette Obituaries. Gregy was loved by many and we, his family, would like to thank you all for always being his friend and extended family. Bill loved his “routines” so when he sold the Tip Top in 1968, he continued the coffee drinking tradition at other businesses as the coffee group moved around town until the year before he passed. Art is survived by his former wife, Guadalupe; sons, Sammy Morales and Jake Morales; brother, Anthony (Tony) Morales; sister, Mary (Morales) Galvan; brother-in-law, Jesse Galvan and many cousins, nieces and nephews. Predeceased by son Richard (Rick) Elkins and parents Dick and Edith Elkins. At a young age Kenn began establishing his reputation as a crazy and adventurous guy. Tobey was a devout Christian read her Bible daily, and loved sharing devotions with her sisters. It was a glorious era of family gatherings, philanthropy, entertaining and “home base.” BBQ’s, luau’s, weddings, holidays, and birthdays were always on the agenda. Newspaper of Record for the City of Fillmore, California. The Wallace family moved to Fillmore, California when John was about 5 years old and several years later he attended Fillmore High School. His seven children credit their father’s strong work ethic and moral example to their modern day success. Great grandchildren Alyssa (Kenny) Lhotka, Tim Bennett (fiancée, Susan), Frankie Lozano, Kianna Lozano, Brianna Wileman, Carmen, Cody, Matthew and Kalyn Pinea, Madeline, Gabriella, AJ, Genevieve, Caleb & Jillian Munoz, Danica and Jonah Naas and Camille and Austin Counts. A private funeral will be held November 13 in Roseville, California with a memorial to follow in Weaverville sometime next year. Marianne enjoyed a long career as a Program Analyst with the Department of Defense, working in Washington D.C., Jackass Flats, Nevada and Port Hueneme, California. Most of all Alejandra loved spending time with her family, grandchildren, and great grandchildren, hosting and attending family gatherings. A town whose residents care for each other. He was full of wanderlust and traveled to 33 of the 50 states. Louis is survived by his loving wife of 70 years, Dolores, father to Christine Amen, James (Sherrie) Amen, Dr. Daniel (Tana) Amen, Jeanne (Ken) Miller, Mary Anne Amen, Renee Amen and Joanne (Joud) Tedmori. Brother, Ed Elkins. He is proceeded in death by his parents Gumesindo Cervantez and Mary Zuno, wife Gloria Cervantez, Brother Ony Cervantez and sister Lupe Rizo. Peg loved to cook, craft and shop and visit with friends and family. Douglas Richard Elkins, 81, (1938 to 2020), of Ojai passed away peacefully at home with family by his side. A transfer took the family to Trenton, Michigan and Luanne saw an opportunity to share the joy of travel with her three boys. Sister Maunie Waters Riverside, California Marianne and Lee were married on April 11, 1992 and were absolute soul mates. Services will be held for Bill on June 30th at 11:00 am at Faith Community Church. He revamped the local Food Bank with Beanie’s help and not only organized them but moved them to a much better facility and took great care in delivering food items to those in need. He graduated from Northern High School in 1946. On March 19th 2020 Stanley Rutherford Pearce, 74, of Camarillo Ca. Owen also coached softball for the continuation school and was a coach for Fillmore High School’sjunior varsityfootball and junior varsity baseballteams. At this point in his life he went on a mission to take on the world, leasing buildings all over town, opening the “Upstairs Art Gallery and building the Casa Esperanza Building. Obituaries in Fillmore on YP.com. She was active in her community and remained committed to St. Francis of Assisi, the Catholic Church she called home. All Rights Reserved. Art was a Graduate of Fillmore High School class of 1962, where he proudly represented the Flashes on his High School Football Team. She was always available to school groups that wanted to learn about women’s suffrage, pioneers or Indians, and local history. After establishing several citrus ranches, he served on the board of the Fillmore Piru Citrus Association for three years. The war ended as he completed his basic training. She was active in organizations that shared her interests: AAUW and PEO - the education, advancement and empowerment of women; Questers and The Embroiderers Guild - the preservation and appreciation of history and craft traditions; she loved to gather with friends in The Sewing Club; and as a lifelong church-goer she was a member of the Bardsdale Methodist Church. Everyone who met him knew he had nonstop energy, loved to make “deals,” always had a project or two going on and was a tough and compassionate negotiator. She was a 20+ year member of The Republican Women’s Organization and proud to serve as President. after suffering a tragic accident. He also was involved with the operations of Dick Elkins Trucking with his Dad. On returning home to Fillmore he asked for Patricia Spangler’s hand in marriage. Marie served on the Fillmore Unified School Board for eight years and was the first woman on the Board after unification. He was also involved in volunteering and helping his fellow Veterans over the years. Celebrate and remember the lives we have lost in Fillmore, Indiana. Home from the Army, Bill worked for his parents at Stocker’s Dept. on November 17, 1983 and passed away on October 27, 2020 at the age of 36, in Piru, Ca. Always an active student, he also played football, was on the swim team, was a member of the Phi Theta Club and was in the orchestra and band. Eddie loved spending time with his family, especially sons Denny and Kyle. He also worked as an assistant in Fillmore’s Gateway Program for several years. Art, as he was fondly known, was born on July 11, 1951 to Frank and Carolina Morales in Simi Valley, CA. On Monday, December 7th, 2020, Linda A. Alba Loving wife, mother, grandma, and Great Grandma Passed away in her home surrounded by her family. Eddie was always working on projects around his home and workshop that kept him busy.
Graduated from FHS in 1958. Browse the most recent Fillmore, New York obituaries and condolences. Burial will be Thursday, March 26th at 10am, Bardsdale Cemetery. I love you grandma until we meet again. Marie understood that many of her family and friends would not be able to attend due to the unique time in which we find ourselves. He was a die hard New York Giants fan and Dodgers fan. To know Tobey, was to have made a life-long friend. It was one of his great pleasures serving those students. One of our favorites is when asked “what could you have done more of” he said “Love, Love, Love.” He also told us to “listen to each other!”. We all appreciate it. In 1983, Lou and Dorie purchased a family ranch in Fillmore, where he enjoyed hand picking oranges, avocados and lemons to give to his family and friends that frequented their home. She was born March 25,1937 to Barney and Inda Blythe in Fillmore, CA. She is survived by her husband of 51 years Raymond Terrazas, sons Anthony and Tommy Terrazas, Grandchildren Alex, Brianna and Courtney Terrazas, and Daughter in law Maria Teresa Terrazas, and a number of close family members and friends who she loved deeply. USA (1,111,225) > Nebraska (15,250) > Nebraska Newspapers and Obituaries (3,648) > Fillmore County Newspapers and Obituaries (89). Together with their families, Art’s children were blessed to have had the most devoted, kind-hearted, and patient man to call their own. We will forever be reminded of Benjamin's love for the Creator, Jesus Christ. An entertaining trip full of song and games, historical sites and tourist traps, Trading Posts, and the Grand Canyon. Nadine Messick, 90 of Fillmore, Missouri, passed away on Saturday, Dec. 12, 2020, at a local hospital. John was a good athlete but had lost the sight in one eye when he was young so his parents didn’t want him to play sports and being an obedient son he didn’t. Survivors: Stan had various jobs after high school, both in Fillmore and in Los Angeles. Don was very gifted musically and sang and played his clarinet in various musical groups in Fillmore over the years. A private military ceremony to be held. Tory loved the outdoors. Thank you to Hoffman’s Hospice of Bakersfield and Roze Room Hospice of Ventura, for their loving care of Ed. He began terrorizing the neighborhood on his big wheel then moved up to his off-road jeep, playing tricks on other drivers, and taking risks on the open dirt roads. The family gathered and after Michaels services we all helped Mary pack her home and Lori moved Mary and her dog and cat to Grants Pass. Also due to situation we will not be able to provide a reception. Note: This page primarily lists records kept at the county level. Help
Bertha was a caring and giving person. There was always a story to be told around that holiday event. Paul was very involved with his family, coaching his children and serving as a board member at the Goleta Boy’s Club. Innocencia G. Marquez, Fillmore,CA He landed his first job at eight years old, hunting gophers on the ranch. After retirement in 2010, Stan held a part time job at Woodland Elementary - a job that really brought him joy. His uniqueness was that he never attended or traveled to an event alone. She left us peacefully at a young age of 59 after several months of being ill. He just knew! Gregy was known by all as a kind and gentle soul, always humble, respectful, polite and always willing to share a beautiful, happy smile with anyone who crossed his path. She was born on June 10, 1937 to Theodore and Celina Thayer in Fillmore, CA. Wanting to still be involved in team sports what John did do was be the professional trainer for the Fillmore Flashes Varsity Teams. USA (1,111,225) > Nebraska (15,250) > Fillmore County (214) > Fillmore County Newspapers and Obituaries (89) . Husband Roy Ashlock, Sr. 414 Oriole PO Box 326 Inyokern, California With big shoes to fill, Bill, only 23 at the time, took over to manage the family business with his mother, Helen. He was the grandfather any kid would be lucky to have, the father you knew you could always depend on, and the husband who devoted his life to the care of his wife until his came to an end. He was well loved by many who remember him from Vons as one of their favorite clerks. As a child he resided in Piru, then in Fillmore and L.A. County for a short while. He attended school in Fillmore and continued his education at Colorado State University. He fiercely loved the grocery profession and became an industry leader, serving as Board Member and Chairman of both Unified Grocers of California (for over 40 years) and the California Grocers Association. This obituary will be available at the Perez Family funeral home website. Once he was tall enough to drive, he’d sneak his brother’s VW down the driveway in the middle of the night. She will be greatly missed by all. Within two years he had become a full partner. Rest in Peace My Queen! The Fillmore Rotary Club or a charity of choice. Organizing came easily to her and she could work with anyone but was known to stand her ground, particularly at City Council meetings. She was granted her angel wings on September 25, 2020. Art was preceded in death by his father, Frank Morales; his mother, Carolina Morales; and son, Marc Morales. He mentored some of the most challenging and underestimated students and taught them that education is an asset. Arthur is survived by his siblings Suzanne Duran (husband Steve), Esperanza Chavez (husband William), and Lisa Walker (husband Ron); his nieces and nephews Rebecca Barnick, Raymond Duran, Anthony Chavez, Vincent Chavez, Frank Chavez, John Chavez, Julianna Walker, and Brandon Walker. Tobey was the 3rd child of eleven. Don was an accomplished tennis player and for many years played weekly with a local group of serious competitors. Peg was preceded in death by her daughter Jan and her husband Ed. Services for Jerry will take place on December 4, 2020 at 10:00 beginning with a Rosary followed by the Mass at San Salvador Catholic Church located at 4041 Center Street, Piru, CA in the patio behind the church. Although they cheered for opposite sides, they managed to sit together and heckle one another all through the game. A private graveside service will be held at Bardsdale Cemetery. Sister, Neila(Elkins) Beam. During his military service he was assigned to Norton AFB, San Bernardino, CA, Hamilton AFB, Marin County, CA, Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio, Elgin AFB, Florida, and 2-years at Incirlik Air Base, Turkey. Step Daughter Jennifer Ova Cedar City, Utah As a child she was raised in the small farming community of Bardsdale California. Ken married his childhood sweet heart Jenna Cox, while serving with the Army Air Core in Mississippi. Celebrate and remember the lives we have lost in Fillmore, Utah. About Us
He passed away December 27, 2020 in his Bardsdale, Calif. home of 34 years. Nancie Jean DeFever Hart, 1964 Fillmore High School graduate, passed away peacefully in her beautiful home surrounded by her loving family on April 3, 2020. Graveside services will be held at a later date. A memorial service will be held at a future date. He also worked for Torch Oil Company in Bakersfield, Ca. Art Chessani was the man with a perpetual smile, a talkative and outgoing spirit, and had an easy-going positive disposition anytime he was called upon. This is a slightly condensed version. Think about the kids in this community. While in High School she took a year off of school to care for her sick mother until she passed away. Bill moved to Fillmore, CA with his parents and sister, Jean, in August of 1939 at age 12 when his father bought a variety store. Don’t forget his pair of Golden Retrievers, FRED and GINGER who accompanied him everywhere including their daily trip to the donut shop. Then he looked down upon this earth and saw your tired face Funeral services will be held on Wednesday, January 13, 2021 at the Perez Family Home at 10:00 am and will be laid to rest at Bardsdale Cemetery. At this time, a private ceremony will be held. - Doug Praiswater, 61, of Fillmore, Missouri, passed away on Nov. 13, 2020, at his home. Those were great moments to share even when one of the teams lost. News Front Page Community Politics Police & Fire Military School Church Obituaries Sports Sports Opinion Editorial Links Letters Lifestyle Calendar Arts & Entertainment Humor History Seniors Classifieds Classifieds Shopping Shopping 805.229.7054. About Us
Any donations in Norbert’s name can be made to St. Francis of Assisi, Fillmore, or the Gary Sinise Foundation, in support of our returning veterans. In 1964, seeking warmer climate to aid a son’s ill health, Chub and Tobey left Indiana for Sylmar, California via Route 66. John taught generations of students at Weaverville Elementary. The two married in 1947 and Fillmore became Marie’s permanent home. Gregy is survived by his mother, brother, grandparents, uncles, aunts, cousins and countless friends. Everyone who knew Jerry will be left with a heavy heart. Brother Keith Cottrell Fillmore, California Marie loved to write in a plain, folksy way. His smile is imprinted on the hearts of those who knew himbest. Her cinnamon rolls and homemade bread were the best ever. Arthur will be remembered for his joy of life. She is also survived by her husband of 60 years Paulino Huerta, daughter Beatriz (Ray) Acosta, sons George (Liz) Huerta and Ramon (Shelley) Huerta; grandchildren Nicole, Brianna (Chuy), Arianna, Patricia, Jah-Leesa (Mike), Cheyenne, Sierra, Bailey, Tanner, and ten great grandchildren. View Obituary. John loved Weaverville and would often go downtown to check in with various shop owners and discuss current events at the Post Office with friends.
He was so obsessed with his team that just about everything he owned had a Raiders insignia on it. Ken supposedly “retired” at 63. Upon graduation, he went to work for the Fillmore School District in the accounting department and remained there until his retirement in 1988. Son of John and Vera Chessani, Art was the youngest child born on June 3, 1943 at home in the town of Piru. After all, he planned on proposing to Nancy and traveling around the country would mean time away from his lovely bride. She also leaves behind 8 grandchildren Rebecca Tafoya, Katrina Tafoya, Kimberly Tafoya, and Anthony Tafoya of Fillmore CA; Nichole Tafoya of Bakersfield CA; Sandra Gutierrez of Thousand Oaks CA, and Jaymee Whitlock of Newbury Park CA. Lou Amen received several honors as a grocery advocate throughout his lifetime including his induction into the Food Industry Hall of Fame in 2016. 400 talking about this. Arthur (Art) Morales, 69, a long-time resident of Fillmore, CA died unexpectedly on October 22, 2020 with family members at his side. He taught history, social studies, and civics for 35 years. Despite being hit several times with flying Shrapnel he still continued delivering vital resupplies of ammunition to forward positions. During his years working at the store, two daughters were born to Bill and Pat. Upon completion of his college degree he returned to Fillmore, married Kathleen (Kitty) Moore and they raised their children Rick and Ann who also graduated from Fillmore. Don was born on October 10, 1925, in Fillmore, California. Herbert G. Sauceda passed away on the land he loved the most inside his home on Friday, March 27, 2020. Fillmore Gazette - Obituaries Information, Contact Info, Obituary Links. So off they went to Libby, Montana and lived in a trailer while the "cabin" was being built. Richard Schmittou of Fillmore CA, passed away on Saturday, Jan.2, 2021. He spent 8 months there before being Honorably discharged at the end of his second year. They raised 2 children in that home, Joyce LeBard Robertson (deceased) and Jim LeBard. Celia is survived by her 3 children; Son Mario Ramos, Daughter Corina Ponce (Husband Raul Ponce), & Son Oscar Ramos, her 8 grandchildren; Ernesto Lopez, Patricia Ramos, Estephanie Zuniga, Maricela Ramos, Christina Ramos, Kassandra Ramos, Oscar Ramos Jr, Thalia Ramos and 8 great grandchildren. Tobey worked long hours and was quickly able to create a happy new home. Celebrate and remember the lives we have lost in Fillmore, Illinois. Back in the day, Don and Nancie could be found eating taquitos at We Three in Fillmore. Her passion to travel started on family drives every Sunday. Marie graduated from Ardmore High School in 1945 and attended Phillips University for two years while Gene was in the Army. He only takes the best. Subscribe |
Cindy came along first in 1947 and Melinda was born in 1953. Often Jerry and Beanie would meet up with his sister at the Cardinals stadium in Glendale Arizona to watch the Cardinals play the Raiders. Most Recent. With profound sadness we announce the passing of Roberta (Berta) Maynard Espinoza I could never measure up to be half the woman she was. January 18, 2021. Married for 66 years, Chub proceeded her in death by 8 months. Jerry eventually became the City President for Baldwin Park, before joining the Conference Board in 1995 as the Conference VP. At her request, no services will be held. Sisters Vicky Gonzalez (husband John), Kathy Myers (husband Tom), her twin Teresa Ramirez (husband Jorge), Mary Sandoval (husband Joe) and numerous nieces and nephews. Tobey and Chub flew a large American flag high from their hill overlooking Highway 126. Family meant everything to her. Marge has a sister, Arlene Mueller of New Jersey and many nieces and nephews. 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