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3006 West Burbank Boulevard
Burbank, CA 91505
(310) 247-0910
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Burbank, CA 91505
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Allen Collins - The Ranger

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Cheyenne. Funeral services are at 3 p.m. Tuesday, April 18, also at that location. Allen Collins was born Feb. 24, 1931, in Winchester, Indiana. His family moved to California in 1937. He attended Burbank High School, where he met his wife, Maxine Kensinger. They wed in 1951 and were married for 49 years. They had four children, Jeff (Kay), Andy (Teresa), Cheryl Forget (Mike), Patricia Haraldson (Mike).Mr. Collins served four years in the United States Navy during the Korean war. He worked 31 years for Mountain Bell. Loved ones remember him as "a beloved husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather and friend."After his first wife's death, he married Rita Custer in 2002. She has two children, Joe Hesketh (Shannon) and Ricki Thompson (Charles). Allen Collins also is survived by 14 grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren "who loved him tremendously," family members said. He was preceded in death by his parents, Virginia and Wendell Collins; his first wife, Maxine Collins; and a granddaughter, Mary Anne Collins. See wrcfuneral.com for a full obituary and memorial information. 

Baton Rouge deputy Shawn Anderson's obituary: 'No words to adequately express the sorrow' - The Advocate

Monday, March 27, 2017

Canine Division and became a master handler and trainer. It was then that he met his canine partner, Jeager – the beginning of a lifelong friendship. He worked Uniform Patrol serving the Burbank, Scotlandville and Kleinpeter Substations. He was a member of the East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s SWAT team for 11 years where he served as a breecher. He was presented with the Life Saving Award in 2010 for saving the life of a woman on Old Mississippi River Bridge. He was also recognized in 2014 for serving more than sixty high-risk warrants in 2013 as a part of SWAT with no injuries or shots fired. In March 2016, he was recognized for delivering a baby on the side of the road.Shawn was an avid LSU and Dallas Cowboys fan, and he also enjoyed hunting and spending time with his family. His greatest love was cheering from the sidelines at all of his children’s sporting activities.He leaves behind his wife Becky Davis Anderson and their two children, Delaney Grace Anderson (14) and Breland Thomas Anderson (11), his mother Carol Anderson Bergeron, brother Jackie Anderson and his wife, Stefanie Anderson; his brother Dustin Martin; his sisters Debbie Anderson, Paula Ledford, Renee Anderson and Kristin Martin; his father and mother-in-law, Bill and Joan Davis; his sister-in-law, Tammy Davis Conrad and her husband, Richard T. Conrad III. He also leaves behind a host of nieces and nephews and countless friends, including very special friends, Les and Pat Rainey.RelatedFuneral services will Thursday for East Baton Rouge deputy Shawn Anderson, killed in the lin…![CDATA[ #block- .additional-content { text-shadow

Sidney woman dies in Oakland crash - Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

Monday, January 16, 2017

Emily Andrews, 31, of Harold Drive, Sidney, was driving a 2002 Chevrolet Cavalier on Country Club Road at 6:05 a.m. Friday when the crash occurred on a sharp corner, Oakland police Officer Todd Burbank said Saturday.“The vehicle was driving too fast around the corner, hit black ice, crossed the center line and right into the path of an oncoming vehicle,” Burbank said.That oncoming vehicle, a 2013 Ford Focus, was driven by Mark Parent, 47, of Oakland, who suffered a bloody nose and refused treatment at the scene, Burbank said. He was alone in the vehicle, he said.The Focus T-boned the Cavalier in the driver’s side door, and Andrews had to be removed from the car by the Jaws of Life, according to Burbank. He said Andrews was taken by Delta Ambulance to Inland Hospital in Waterville. She was alive at the scene, but later died of internal injuries, according to Burbank.“She was breathing but not conscious, and she passed on 20 minutes to a half-hour later at the hospital,” he said.Oakland police and fire officials worked at the scene, as did Maine State Police. Trooper Mike Pion was the accident reconstructionist, according to Burbank.Andrews was an employee of Target in Augusta at the time of her death, according to Jibryne Karter III, the father of their daughter, Jennifer, 7, of Waterville. Karter said Saturday that Andrews had two other children, Alika and Makenzie Andrews.“Emily was a loving mother and a very special f

Van Zago, Bernice C. - Omaha World-Herald

Monday, November 21, 2016

Bible study groups, and prided herself on her knowledge of Scripture. Bernice is survived by son Vincent and daughter-in-law Katherine of Dacono, CO; daughter Denise and son-in-law Marshall Bowen of Burbank, CA; son Peter and daughter-in-law Rebecca Gouwar of Parker, CO; and sister Lorraine Mohrlock of Omaha. She also leaves behind 12 nieces and nephews, and numerous relatives on both sides. Bernice will be buried next to her husband. VISITATION Thursday 5-7pm at the morturary. GRAVESIDE SERVICE Friday, 11am at Forest Lawn Cemetery. ROEDER MORTUARY-108th St. Chapel 2727 North 108th St. 402-496-9000 www.RoederMortuary.com

Susan Giammattei, 58, died Thursday from car accident - Santa Rosa Press Democrat

Monday, August 01, 2016

Petaluma her home in 1984, commuting to her work at Golden Gate Park.She had worked for the city 36 years when she retired three years ago. Her love of plants led her to volunteer at the Luther Burbank Home & Gardens in Santa Rosa.Susan Giammattei also was a regular blood donor and someone who cared about, and for, animals.Her husband said he accepted that her first love was her 1960 Chevrolet Impala. The couple traveled often to the Hot August Nights classic car show in Reno, and Susan Giammattei was an officer in Cruisin’ the Boulevard, Petaluma’s salute to American Graffiti.Said Joyce Giammattei of Santa Rosa, one of Joe Giammattei’s two daughters and four granddaughters, “She was really a caring person.”Visitation is from 4 to 8 p.m. Thursday at Parent-Sorensen Mortuary & Crematory, 850 Keokuk St., Petaluma. A Vigil Service is at 7 p.m.A funeral Mass will be celebrated at 10:30 a.m. Friday at Holy Name of Jesus Parish, 1555 39th Ave., San Francisco. Interment will be at Holy Cross Cemetery in Colma.Chris Smith is at 521-5211 and chris.smith@pressdemocrat.com.

Obituary websites penalized for online fundraising - BurlingtonFreePress.com

Monday, July 25, 2016

Vermont to settle claims that it and two other companies misled Vermonters regarding charitable donations in lieu of flowers.(Photo: APRIL BURBANK/FREE PRESS)Buy PhotoTwo obituary websites will pay Vermont about $15,000 each to settle claims that they misled readers about charitable donations in honor of people who had died.After receiving a complaint, the Vermont Attorney General's Office found that the two websites, Legacy.com and Tributes, directed people to make charitable donations through a third-party website called Givalike, which imposed fees on the donation amount before sending it to the nonprofit organization.Vermonters paid Givalike more than $1,200 in fees from August 2013 to April 2015, according to the Attorney General's Office.Families of deceased people were unaware of the arrangement, and nonprofit organizations had not given permission for their trademarks to be used on the site, according to the Attorney General's Office. The companies had not registered in Vermont as paid fundraisers.The Burlington Free Press uses Legacy.com to publish online obituaries.Legacy.com has agreed to pay Vermont $15,220 in penalties and f

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Mary Ellen Loedding Obituary - WKBN.com

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Jane, Sharpsville, Pennsylvania and Jeffrey Michael Loedding and his wife, Kathi, Williamsport, Pennsylvania; one brother, William Cahalan, Baden, Pennsylvania; seven grandchildren, Brendon Gillas, Burbank, California, Michael Blanton, Los Angeles, California, Patrick Loedding, Milan, Michigan, Elena and Sean Loedding, Sharpsville, Taylor Loedding, Williamsport, Pennsylvania and Delainey Loedding, Silver Spring, Maryland and three great-grandchildren, Colton and Wyatt Davis and Fiona Menic.In addition to her husband, Mary Ellen was preceded in death by her parents; a grandson, Brad Davis and a brother, Robert Cahalan.The family would like to thank the staff at St. John XXII Home and Sharon Regional Hospice for the exceptional care and compassion shown to Mary Ellen during this difficult time.In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorial contributions may be made to St. John XXIII Home, 2250 Shenango Valley Freeway, Hermitage, Pennsylvania 16148 or the Church of Notre Dame, 2325 Highland Road, Hermitage, Pennsylvania 16148.Calling hours will be 4:00 – 7:00 p.m. Tuesday, April 11 in J. Bradley McGonigle Funeral Home and Crematory, Inc., 1090 E. State St., Sharon.Funeral Mass will be at 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday, April 12 in the Church of Notre Dame, Hermitage, with Rev. Richard J. Allen, pastor, as celebrant.Interment will be at St. Rose Cemetery in Hermitage.Arrangements handled by J. Bradley McGonigle Funeral Home and Crematory, Inc.Order Flowers HereShare this:Related PostsAdvertisement

Betty Burns

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Her visitation will be held Monday from 12:00-2:00 pm at Elkins Funeral Home of Florence with here service to Follow at 2:00pm in the Chapel Burial will be at Rogers Chapel Cemetery. Reverend Larry Burbank will be officiating.She is preceded in death by her parents George and Opal Burns ,Sister, Sara Cirder , and brother Tommy Burns She is survived by her Brothers Jerry L. Burns (Barbara) ,L.C. Burns (Jeanette) and sisters Ruth Lanier ( Tim) and Goldie Smith (Bill) and a Host of Nieces and Nephews . Pallbearers will be Family and Friends.Mrs. Burns was a very Religious woman, animal lover, and Loved Gospel Music. Elkins Funeral Home of Florence would like to invite you to leave condolences at www.elkinsfuneralhome.com.

Debbie Reynolds, Wholesome Ingénue in 1950s Films, Dies at 84 - New York Times

Monday, January 02, 2017

Ray moved to California when Mary Frances was 7, and the family soon followed. Her career dream was to go to college and become a gym teacher, she often said, but when she was named Miss Burbank 1948, everything changed. Two of the judges were movie-studio scouts, and she was soon under contract to Warner Bros., which changed her name.In 1950, she had her first screen credit in “The Daughter of Rosie O’Grady,” a musical comedy starring June Haver and Gordon MacRae. (Two years earlier she had a small uncredited part in “June Bride.”) The same year, she played Helen Kane, the 1920s singer known as the boop-boop-a-doop girl, in “Three Little Words” and also appeared in “Two Weeks With Love,” in which she sang “Aba Daba Honeymoon” with Carleton Carpenter. The song became a huge novelty hit.Her roles seemed to mirror 1950s attitudes toward love, marriage and family. In 1955, she played a marriage-minded all-American girl opposite Frank Sinatra in “The Tender Trap.” In 1956, she starred with her new husband, Mr. Fisher, in “Bundle of Joy,” a musical remake of the 1939 comedy “Bachelor Mother.”After the Taylor-Fisher-Reynolds scandal, Ms. Reynolds rode on a crest of good will and was a popular co-star in a long string of films, mostly lighthearted romantic comedies, including “The Gazebo” (1959), “Say One for Me” (1959) and “The Pleasure of His Company” (1961). She also played the title role in “The Singing Nun” (1966), appeared in “Divorce American Style” (1967) and was part of the all-star ensemble cast of “How the West Was Won” (1963), a rare drama among her more than three dozen movie credits.“Drama’s unhappy, and playing someone unhappy would make me unhappy,” she told The Boston Globe in 1990. “Ain’t for me, honey.”She took a stab at series television with a sitcom, “The Debbie Reynolds Show” (1969), in which she played a wacky Lucy Ricardo-like wife who wanted to be a journalist like her husband. It lasted only one season. But she soon achieved a kind of immortality as the voice of Charlotte the selfless spider in the animated film version of E. B. White’s children’s classic “Charlotte’s Web” (1973).She had married Harry Karl, a wealthy shoe retailer, in 1960, but by the time they divorced in 1973, he had gambled away or otherwise misspent his fortune and hers. Ms. Reynolds set out to re-establish herself financially.She headed to New York that year to make her Broadway debut in a revival of the 1920s musical “Irene,” for which she received a Tony Award nomination for best actress in a musical. In 1976, she had a short-lived one-woman Broadway show, “Debbie.” She made her last Broadway appearance in 1983, taking over the role originated by Lauren Bacall in the musical version of “Woman of the Year.” She later toured the country with stage shows including “Annie Get Your Gun” and a new version of “The Unsinkable Molly Brown.”She had taken her musical and comedy talents to Las Vegas as early as 1960 and became a fixture there in the ’70s and ’80s. She and her third husband, Richard Hamlett, a Virginia real estate developer, established their own hotel, casino and movie-memorabilia museum there. But there were financial problems, and the property had to be sold in the ’90s.A decade or so later, it looked as if Ms. Reynolds would finally find a permanent home for her Holly

Deaths Summary for Tuesday, November 29, 2016 - Charleston Post Courier

Monday, December 19, 2016

Beaufort County Alcohol and Drug Abuse Commission and wife of Jerry J. Cowart, died Friday. Arrangements by Anderson Funeral Home.EMERSON, Donald C., 92, of Burbank, Calif., an Army Air Force veteran and Charleston Naval Shipyard civil service retiree, died Nov. 17. Arrangements by Valley Funeral Home.GRANT, Shirley, 79, of New York, formerly of Charleston, S.C., died. Arrangements by Pasley's Mortuary of Charleston.GRANT, Willie Antonia, 44, of New Haven, Conn. died Saturday. Arrangements by Walker's Mortuary of Johns Island, S.C.HARTZELL, Jason Bryant, 37, of Elgin, an Army veteran and IT specialist, died Wednesday. Arrangements by James A. McAlister Funerals and Cremation of Charleston.HUGER, Jackie A., of Covington, Ga. died Friday. Arrangements by Levett and Sons Funeral Home of Conyers.MEDLIN, Richard Douglas, 68, of Bowling Green, Ky., a chief executive officer with Fruit of the Loom Inc. and husband of Janie Neel Medlin, died Sunday. Arrangements by Stuhr's Mount Pleasant, S.C. Chapel.MICKLOS, Joseph Anthony, 55, of Semmes, Ala., a carpenter, died Nov. 20. Arrangements by Palmetto Cremation Society of Charleston, S.C.POWELL, Raymond Allen, 52, of Kingstree, a Milliken Co. retiree and husband of Pamela Echols Powell, died Sunday. Arrangements by Williamsburg Funeral Home.