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Crystal Cathedral Memorial Gardens

12141 Lewis Street
Garden Grove, CA 92840
(714) 971-4138
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Dimond and Shannon Mortuary

10630 Chapman Avenue
Garden Grove, CA 92840
(714) 537-1038
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David Andrew McNicoll - Casper Star-Tribune Online

Monday, March 27, 2017

David is survived by his wife, Erin; his parents, Daniel and Christine McNicoll (West Hills, California); his siblings, Jen (Paul) Pribaz (Peoria, Illinois), Joseph (Garden Grove, California), Erin (Elliot) Manegold (Alexandria, Virginia), and Michael (Erica); as well as his 16 nephews and nieces, Jacob, Kaitlyn, Ashley, Luke, Michelle, Zachary, Max, Connor, Sam, Andrew, Liam, Annabel, Veronica, Sean, Therese and Miriam.He is also survived by his parents-in-law, Dan and Shirley Essary (Fair Grove, Missouri); his sister-in-law, Kimberly Essary (Patrick) (Arlington, Virginia); brother-in- law, Daniel Essary (Stephanie) (Springfield, Missouri) and his close friends, Eric Easterlin, Thomas Hyung, Bill Blatty, Joe Walton, Mher Filmardirossian and James Moralez.Funeral services will be held at St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church on Tuesday, March 21, 2017 at 10:00 a.m. David will be interred at Highland Cemetery immediately following the services.In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation in David’s honor.

California senator removed from floor after criticizing late lawmaker Tom Hayden - Sacramento Bee

Monday, February 27, 2017

Thursday when a Republican member was forcibly removed from the floor for allegedly speaking out of turn during a session.Republican colleagues say Sen. Janet Nguyen, R-Garden Grove, was silenced by the Democratic majority when the Senate sergeant-at-arms escorted her from the chamber as Nguyen tried to criticize the late Democratic lawmaker Tom Hayden for his stance against the Vietnam War.“I’m enraged at the violation to free speech, our Constitution and the precedent this sets,” said Senate Republican Leader Jean Fuller, who asked the Senate Rules Committee to look into what happened and make sure there is no “retribution” against Nguyen for the incident.HAYDEN OBITUARY: Tom Hayden, ’60s activist and liberal statesman, dead at 76Nguyen, a Vietnamese refugee who represents a large Vietnamese community in Orange County, said she was shaken up and “quite upset” at being removed. Two days after the Senate memorialized Hayden, who traveled to North Vietnam with then-wife Jane Fonda in 1974, Nguyen said she wanted to offer “another historical perspective.”“He sided with the communist government that enslaved and killed millions of Vietnamese, including my family,” Nguyen said. Wit

Bonnie Baha, manager at bond fund DoubleLine, dies at 56 - Los Angeles Times

Monday, August 29, 2016

Born Bonnie Niten in Richmond, Va., in 1959, Baha and her family moved to Orange County in the early 1960s, said her sister, Virginia Niten. Baha graduated from Pacifica High School in Garden Grove, earned a bachelor’s degree in political science from UC Irvine in 1981 and later earned an MBA from USC while working full time.She started her career at investment bank Kidder Peabody & Co., and later worked for Standard & Poor’s and accounting firm Touche Ross, which later merged into Deloitte. When she left TCW, she was head of that firm’s corporate bond group.Niten said her sister was hardworking and persistent, even as a teenager. When Baha was 16, she lied about her age to get a job selling tickets at Knott’s Berry Farm, Niten said. The amusement park apparently wanted anyone who handled money to be at least 18.“But Bonnie thought, ‘I can count, I’m responsible,’” Niten said. “From the get go, she was just 200 miles an hour. Anything she did, she did it 100%. When she made up her mind she wanted to get an MBA from USC, she had to apply a couple times. Quitting was not an option.”

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Connie Margolin, prominent backer of Miss Garden Grove pageant and the Strawberry Festival, dies - OCRegister

Monday, December 19, 2016

NewsDec. 8, 2016Updated Dec. 9, 2016 10:41 a.m.View slideshow Connie and Jerry Margolin, who along with a daughter turned Miss Garden Grove into an elite scholarship pageant. Connie Margolin died this week. She was 75. (Photo courtesy of the Margolin family)GARDEN GROVE – Connie Margolin, who along with her husband and a daughter turned Miss Garden Grove into an elite scholarship pageant and long had her fingers in seemingly every facet of the community as Garden Grove grew from farming town to urban city, has died. She was 75.Margolin had declined in health in recent months from a variety of ailments, her son, Raphael Margolin, said Thursday. She had been in hospice care for a week and died Monday.Margolin was the producer of the Miss Garden Grove pageant from 1986 to 1997, when her daughter took over. Her husband, Jerry Margolin, was the executive director and master of ceremonies for the same run.Margolin took care of most of the day-to-day duties of the pageant, her son said, including prepping the young women for the competition, working out the choreography and increasing sponsorships.The pageant has sin

Father Gregory Coiro, former teacher and media relations spokesperson, dies - The Tidings

Monday, October 03, 2016

Father Talbott told Angelus News.Father Coiro was born on Jan. 29, 1953, in Long Island, New York, the son of Anthony D. Coiro and Theresa M. Friedel Shelby. He graduated from Santiago High School in Garden Grove, Calif., and attended the seminary at the Dominican School of Theology and Philosophy in Berkeley.He entered the Capuchin Franciscan Order on Aug. 15, 1972, and made his perpetual profession of vows on Sept. 22, 1979. He was ordained a priest at St. Mary’s Cathedral in San Francisco less than three years later. After ordination he served as associate pastor for a few months at St. Joseph Church in Roseburg, Oregon.Afterward, he returned to Southern California, where he lived and worked at St. Francis High School in La Canada-Flintridge from 1982 to 1990. Father Coiro’s “good-nature” served him well as a religion teacher and chaplain at St. Francis.“His heart was in teaching and leading retreats. One of the best religion teachers the school ever had. He was very good at talking with the kids. The kids loved him,” explained Father Talbott. After St. Francis High School, Father Coiro served as the public affairs officer for the media relations department of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles.“He was the media relations person for Cardinal Mahoney. He had to keep the press happy and the cardinal, too,” said Father Talbott.A multitalented person, Father Coiro also wrote for various Catholic archdiocesan newspapers, was an “excellent” preacher, played the organ “without rehearsing,” and enjoyed cooking.After being the archdiocesan media relations spokesperson, Father Coiro returned to his parish roots as associate pastor at Our

Obituary: Hutchinson, Lorenzen - Statesman Journal

Monday, June 27, 2016

Marilyn Minnis. They were married Aug. 7, 1953 in Meadville, Pennsylvania. Hutch and Marilyn moved their family to southern California in 1960 so Hutch could take a job with the Garden Grove School District, where he taught for twenty years. He worked a second job in park security at Disneyland and told many interesting stories about his time there. After retirement Hutch and Marilyn took off in their pick-up with fifth-wheel attached, traveling across the country visiting family and friends. They lived at times in Oregon, Texas, New Mexico, California, and Missouri, until finally settling in Sublimity. For several years Hutch and Marilyn were avid square dancers. Hutch enjoyed collecting stamps, assembling puzzles, reading westerns and Sudoku. When someone asked Marilyn why she first dated Hutch her answer was “because he’s so funny”. Hutch was known for his sense of humor and positive outlook on life, and will be missed by all who knew and loved him.James (Jim) LorenzenNovember 3, 1932 — June 9, 2016James Alan Lorenzen of Silverton passed away June 9 at the age of 83. He had been in declining health in recent months. Jim was born Nov. 3, 1932 to Ted and Hazel Lorenzen in Silverton. He grew up on the family farm in the Scotts Mills area. Jim attended Silverton schools and went to Silverton High School. He spent his working years as a commercial truck driver. Jim had many friends and always ran into someone he knew wherever he went. He recently lost his wife Beverly Lorenzen on May 17, 2016 and son Michael Robert Finley Lorenzen on May 20, 2016. Jim is survived by sons Gary (Sue) Lorenzen, Mike (Beth) Myers and daughter Karla (Greg) Bufka, six grandchildren and one great-grandchild.A Memorial service will be held Friday, June 24 at 3 p.m. at Emmanuel Bible Church, 8512 Sunnyview Road NE Salem. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to the Silverton High School Alumni Fund 303 Oak St., Silverton, Oregon 97381.Read or Share this story: