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E J G Motor Escort and Traffic Control

3766 Garden Court
Chino Hills, CA 91709
(909) 597-1393
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3071 Sundance Court
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(909) 606-1760
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Hacienda Heights environmental activist dies in snorkeling accident in Hawaii - The San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Monday, November 21, 2016

Hacienda Heights for wildlife preservation, helping the Puente Hills Habitat Preservation Authority to preserve thousands of acres in the Puente-Chino Hills. He was a big proponent of turning the giant landfill into a park, something the Board of Supervisors approved last week.AdvertisementAt the Sierra Club, Yann helped start a task force dedicated to San Gabriel Valley issues, said David Czamanske. During the group hikes, Yann would inform hikers about the flora and fauna. When he had a vision for an improvement, he would contact every politician in an effort to see it come to fruition, Czamanske said.During a pit stop on a road trip to a Sierra Club conference in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Yann asked Czamanske if he could take a walk, one that lasted an hour and a half.“He was quite content to walk by himself, or with other people. He enjoyed the experience of being in nature,” Czamanske said.Joan Holtz of El Monte, a member of the Task Force and the Angeles Chapter of the Sierra Club Foundation with Yann, said both groups will greatly miss his leadership.“He was an environmental giant for the San Gabriel Valley. I don’t know how we are going to get along without him,” said Holtz, who was shaken up by the news.Yann, known for walking to meetings, would walk from his house in Hacienda Heights to work at SCE headquarters in Rosemead, about 10 miles each way. He hiked the trails near his home regularly and last year vehemently opposed the closure of the gates leading to those trails.Friends said his health deteriorated in the last several years and they saw him driving his car more often. Pedroza said his friend seemed to rebound and was taking more time to travel.“I was glad he was doing something that defined him, like snorkeling, something active,” Pedroza said.

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