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Auburn Cemetery District

1040 Collins Drive
Auburn, CA 95603
(530) 885-5922
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Chapel of the Hills

1331 Lincoln Way
Auburn, CA 95603
(530) 885-3773
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Foothills Cremation Plan Lassila Funeral Chapels

551 Grass Valley Highway
Auburn, CA 95603
(530) 885-2222
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Lassila Funeral Chapels

551 Grass Valley Hwy
Auburn, CA 95603
(530) 885-6271
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Auburn CA Obituaries and Death Notices

William Wallace

Monday, June 26, 2017

School of Anatomy and Embalming in 1950, which is presently part of Mount Ida College in Newton, MA. In 1955, he scraped together all the money he had and established the Wallace Funeral Home in Auburn, MA - a business he ran until 1988. But Bill was never one to sit still, and while some see retirement as a welcome reprieve from decades of strenuous work, he dove headfirst into a series of new careers and endeavors. He became associated with Joyce B. O’Connor Real Estate and was a Justice of the Peace for 14 years. He served as a member of the Board of Deacons and Board of Trustees of the First Congregational Church in Auburn. He was a volunteer with the American Red Cross, Central Mass Chapter, as a member of their Disaster Response Team, and was an instructor in community disaster education. Bill was a member of the Auburn Board of Health for 13 years (Chairman for 12 years) and was appointed by Governor Edward King to serve on the Hazardous Waste Site Safety Committee and the Town of Auburn Solid Waste Advisory Committee. He was a former Town Meeting Member, Past President of the Auburn District Nursing Association, and Past President and Charter Member of the Auburn Kiwanis Club. He was an incorporator and President of the former Auburn Business Men’s Association, which is now the Auburn Chamber of Commerce. He was a member of the Massachusetts Justice of the Peace Association and served on its Executive Board for 7 years. He remained a member of the National Funeral Directors Association as well as the Massachusetts Funeral Directors Association. Bill was a recipient of the Auburn Chamber of Commerce Humanitarian Award in 1984, and the Volunteer of the Year award from the American Red Cross, Central Mass Chapter in 1997. He married Norma H. Ring in 1967, and they built a wonderful life together during their 43 years of marriage. He is survived by three sons, William E. Wallace III of Killeen, TX, Robert J. Wallace Sr. of Nicholson, PA, Christopher J. Sommerhoff of Deerfield Beach, FL, one daughter, Karin Graves of Auburn, MA, as well as nine grandchildren, and several

Bethany Gurski

Monday, June 26, 2017

Bethany Paige (Johnson) Gurski, 37, of Auburn (formerly of Sutton) died Tuesday June 20, 2017 in her home surrounded by her loving family.Bethany was born in Worcester and was raised in Sutton; daughter of Thomas G. and Pamela J. (Anderson) Johnson. Bethany was home-schooled and graduated from Quinsigamond Community College with a degree in science. When Bethany was in school, she was an all star athlete on many teams. She was a soccer State Champion in 1995 where she scored the winning goal and had the tying assist. Bethany later enrolled in the Massage Therapist Program at Central Mass School of Massage and Therapy receiving a certificate to practice. She had worked as a massage therapist for several years. Previously Bethany was a Certified Nurse’s Aide at the Life Care Center in Auburn and also lent a hand in the family business POBCO in Worcester whenever she was needed. Bethany was a kind soul who enjoyed the outdoors and nature itself. Bethany loved spending quiet time in her many gardens. She was a passionate adv

James Beauregard

Monday, June 26, 2017

James W. “Jim” Beauregard, 74 of Thompson, CT formerly of Auburn died peacefully Sunday June 18, 2017 surrounded by his loving family.Jim was born in Worcester and was raised in Auburn son of the late Wilfred and Barbara (Cutting) Beauregard. He graduated from Auburn High School where he excelled in the hockey program and was given the nickname of the “Lamplighter” from his teammates. Years later Jim was recognized for his talents on the ice and was inducted into the Auburn Hockey Hall of Fame. Jim had lived in Oxford for several years before moving to Thompson twenty-four years ago.Jim served his country proudly for two tours in Vietnam with the United States Marine Corp being honorably discharged in 1971 as a Staff Sergeant and Drill Instructor at Paris Island in South Carolina. For many years Jim worked as an auto mechanic and a car salesman in the Auburn and Worcester Communities. When Jim was not working he made time to enjoy the outdoors, whether it was doing yard work or spending time with his friends hunting in New Hampshire. He also

Denise McInnes

Monday, June 26, 2017

Westborough for the past eight years as a billing clerk in the accounting office. She leaves behind her husband of 40 years, Michael McInnes; two children, Erin Sheridan and her husband Brian of Auburn and U.S. Army Specialist Daniel McInnes of Worcester; her mother, Bernadette (Jolicoeur) Miller and the late Gerard Miller of Worcester; two brothers, Paul Miller of Northampton and Richard Miller and his wife, Denise of Goodview, VA; two sisters, Mary Belton and her husband Stephen of Delray Beach, FL and Michelle Loiselle and her husband David of Worcester; also survived by several nieces, nephews, grandnieces, grandnephews and grand-puppies.Denise enjoyed reading, traveling whenever she was able, going to musical theater productions, shopping and always made time for her manicures and pedicures with her daughter Erin. She also loved the family pets, Piper and Jethro.Relatives and friends are invited to visit with Denise’s family on Friday June 16, 2017 from 5-8 pm in the BRITTON-WALLACE FUNERAL HOME, 91 Central Street, Auburn. A funeral service celebrating her life will be on Saturday June 17, 2017 at 9:30 am in Saint Thomas Episcopal Church, 35 School Street, Auburn. Burial will follow in Saint John’s Cemetery, Worcester.

Mary Joyce Woodfin - Northwest Georgia News

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Mary Lou New Barday. She was employed by Sears, Roebuck & Company; First Baptist Church, Dothan, Ala.; People Telephone, Blakely, Ga., Northeast Water, Gadsden, Ala., and National Asphalt Center, Auburn University. She has been employed as the secretary at Centre First Baptist Church for 17 years, where she was also a member. She will be missed by her many church families. In addition to her parents, she was also preceded in death by her daughter, Charlene Woodfin, and by a brother, Buddy Barday.Survivors include her husband, the Rev. Charles Woodfin, to whom she was a true helpmate for 62 years; a son, Matthew Woodfin, and his wife, April, Cedar Bluff, Ala.; grandson, Christopher Woodfin, Madison, Ala.; granddaughter, Charlene Woodfin, Cedar Bluff, Ala.; brothers, Ray (Melvine) Barday, Marietta, Ga., Tommy (Louise) Barday, Leesburg, Ala.; brothers and sister-in-law, Wendell (Joyce) Woodfin, Alamo, Ga. and Dwight Woodfin, Calhoun, Ga. Joyce leaves behind many loving nieces and nephews. She was a loving mother and grandmother, sister, sister-in-law, the matriarch of the family loved and respected by all.Funeral services will be held on Monday, June 5, 2017, at 8 p.m. in the Chapel at Henderson & Sons Funeral Home, North Chapel, at 4900 Martha Berry Highway, Rome, Ga., 30165. The Rev. Dr. Eddie Nation will officiate. Interment will follow on Tuesday, June 6, 2017, at 11 a.

Gregory Coleman - Coos Bay World

Monday, May 01, 2017

North Bend area attending kindergarten at Sunny Hill School, after which the family moved to California. The family first moved to Grass Valley, then to San Andreas, and finally to Auburn, before returning to Oregon, where they would settle in Lakeside. Greg started the sixth grade when coming back to Oregon and would go on to graduate from North Bend High School, Class of 1988 where he played football and baseball in addition to wrestling. Greg followed his father’s footsteps for a time, working for Bohemia Lumber Company in both Lakeside and Gardiner. Greg met his wife Jenifer while working in Gardiner, and they were married Oct. 24, 1992 in Lake Tahoe. They moved to Eugene where he attended Lane Community College.In April 1993 Greg was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer and underwent two surgeries and extensive chemotherapy. After five years of being cancer free, he received a clean bill of health in 1998. In July 2000 Greg and Jenifer brought their daughter, Mary, into our world. She would remain the light of his life until his passing. He loved going to her softball games. Greg became a journeyman plumber in Vancouver, Wash., in 1995 and worked in the profession until his illness prevented him from doing so. Greg was known as the plumber who other plumbers respected.Coleman was profoundly humble, intelligent, kind, hard working and selfless. Greg, Jenifer and Mary returned to North Bend in 2005 when his mother was diagnosed with cancer. Greg worked multiple jobs to put his wife through graduate school and found out his cancer had returned in 2014. He fought quietly for two and a half years before succumbing to his illness. Thanks to Greg’s employers, Sol Coast Consulting Design,

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Tessie Mendys

Monday, June 26, 2017

Tessie S. (Leszczynski) Mendys, 93 of Auburn died Friday June 16, 2017 in the Rose Monahan Hospice Residence in Worcester surrounded by her loving family.Tessie was born in Worcester, daughter of the late Frank and Mary (Zambrzyski) Leszcynski. She graduated from David Hale Fanning Trade School. Tessie had worked as a very talented seamstress for the Slovin Company in Worcester for many years before she retired in 1980. She was a faithful member of Saint Joseph’s Church and volunteered many hours at the Auburn Senior Center. Tessie loved her many visits to Foxwoods and enjoyed being a member of the Auburn Senior Bowling League.She leaves her husband of 69 years, Stanley T. Mendys; a daughter, Carol Plotczyk of Grafton; four grandchildren, Andrew and Jeffrey Plotczyk, Eric and his wife Donna Goodhall and Maura Wolfe and her husband Thomas; a great grandchild, Johnny; and son-in-law, John Goodhall of Berkley She was predeceased by a daughter, Patricia Goodhall; two brothers, Stanley and Walter Leszczynski and a sister, He

Pasquale Bisceglia

Monday, June 26, 2017

Pasquale R. “Patsy” Bisceglia, 78, of Auburn, a Retired Worcester Firefighter died Monday June 19, 2017 in his home with his loving wife by his side after a short illness. Patsy was born in Worcester son of the late Matthew and Anna P. (Caforio) Bisceglia. He graduated from Worcester Boys Trade School in 1958 and attended the former Worcester Junior College. He served his county proudly with the United States Navy on the USS Willis A. Lee, prior to joining the Worcester Fire Department where he worked for 28 years.He leaves his wife of 37 years, Joan A. (Weagle) Bisceglia; a step-son, Brian J. Belanger, whom he raised, three daughters, Alaina Bisceglia, Tara Maguire and Lynn Bisceglia Raffa; seven grandchildren and Close friends, Jonathan Gabriel, Roger “Skip” Fyrbeck and Robert Wheeler. He also leaves his beloved German Shepard Sasha.Patsy enjoyed being around classic cars and visiting cruise nights throughout Worcester County. He enjoyed watching all the Red Sox and Patriots games. He also loved to travel when he was

Waldo Pierce

Monday, June 26, 2017

Waldo N. "Bumpa" Pierce, Jr., 90, longtime resident of both Auburn and Paxton, passed away Tuesday, June 20th, 2017 at Parsons Hill Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Worcester.Waldo was born in Grafton, son of the late Waldo N. Sr. and Hazel Pierce. He graduated from Worcester Boys Trade School. He worked for Norton Company of Worcester as a pipefitter for 27 years. He served as a Private First Class in the US Army Infantry during World War II, working in Japan for a short time. He was an avid golfer and family man. He loved to travel to Maine, Hawaii, and California. Waldo was an active member of the Bethel Lutheran Church in Auburn and was a member of their men’s group for many years. Waldo was predeceased by his wife of 67 years, Barbara M. Pierce, this past November. He is survived by two daughters, Joann L. Monks and her husband, Darren Monks of Auburn, and Donna M. Godfrey of Lunenburg; two granddaughters, Heather L. and Jessica L. Monks both of Auburn; a great grandson, Hayden J. Monks of Auburn; and is survived by several nieces, nep

Ronnie Lance O'Rear - Daily Mountain Eagle

Monday, June 19, 2017

Mobile Police Department, the Mobile County Sheriff’s Office and CSX Railroad. Lance’s greatest joy in life was spending time hunting and fishing with his father, and he was an avid Auburn fan.He was preceded in death by his grandmothers, Niota O’Rear and Gina Robinson.Lance is survived by his beloved children, Isabella “Izzy” O’Rear and Britton Lance O’Rear; parents, Ronnie and Eleanor O’Rear; sister, Tanya O’Rear Williamson (Aaron Tate); grandfathers, Banks O’Rear and James Robinson (Doreen); nephew and niece, Braxton Williamson and Breanna Williamson; mother of his children, Kathrina Jones O’Rear; and other relatives and friends.Funeral services were held in the chapel at Radney Funeral Home in Saraland on Friday, April 28, 2017, at 10 a.m. The family received friends on Thursday, April 27, from 5 until 8 p.m. at the funeral home. Interment was in Satsuma Cemetery.Condolences may be offered at www.radneyfuneralhome-saraland.com.Radney Funeral Home, Saraland; 251-679-0320