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All Saints Catholic Church

22824 Second St
Hayward, CA 94541
(510) 581-2570
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Catholic Cemeteries Diocese of Oakland Holy Sepulchre Cemetery

26320 Mission Boulevard
Hayward, CA 94544
(510) 581-2488
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Chapel of the Chimes Memorial Park and Funeral Home

32992 Mission Boulevard
Hayward, CA 94544
(510) 471-3363
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Chapel of the Chimes Memorial Park and Mortuary

32992 Mission Boulevard
Hayward, CA 94544
(510) 538-3131
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Dorothy Maxine Hayward - Timesonline.com

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Dorothy Maxine Hayward, 93, of Glenside, Pa., formerly of Hookstown, died Monday afternoon, May 29, 2017, at Wyncote Place, Wyncote, Pa.Born May 18, 1924, in Chester, W.Va., she was the only child born to the late John Joseph and Emma Jeanette (Torrence) Craig. A homemaker, she was a member of the Green Valley United Methodist Church, Shippingport and had worked as a legal secretary and waitress and also had written columns for the East Liverpool Review. She served on numerous committees at her church and was a longtime member of the South Side School Board.In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by husband, Lawrence Hayward, in July 1995.Surviving are two daughters and sons-in-law, Susan and Jeff Caler, Glenside, Pa., and Rita and Dan Dawson, Hermitage, Tenn.; four grandchildren, Spencer Dawson, Kristin Courtwright, Marshal and Allison Caler, and Amanda and Ken Frederick, and three great-grandchildren, Kylee and Tristin Courtwright, and Robby Frederick.Family and friends are welcome to...

Jo Ann Spinks

Saturday, April 08, 2017

She was born December 3, 1929 in Tallulah, LA to James A. Joyner of Yazoo, MS and Laura Belle Fox Joyner of Charleston, MS. She married July 5, 1959 in West Helena, AR to Hayward Taylor Spinks. She attended Quachita Baptist College and received her Bachelor of Science Degree from Mississippi State College for Women (MUW) in 1972. she worked as a Physician’s Assistant and as a social worker for many years prior to her retirement. She was a long time member of First Baptist Church in Columbus, MS where she served as a Sunday school teacher, an active member of the WOM and worked in the “Love in Deed” ministry. Later in life she became a member of Mt Zion Baptist Church in New Hope, MS where she was a member of the Joy Sunday School class and Top Agers and the Woodmont Baptist Church of Florence, AL. She was a 50 year plus member of Beta Sigma Phi sorority in the Gamma Master Chapter. She also worked for many years with the Lowndes County Home Extension Agency Homemakers Clubs. She was preceded in death by her parents and her husband, Heyward Taylor Spinks. She is survived by one son, James (Jim) Heyward Spinks (Renee); one grandson, Taylor Browning Spinks both of Florence, AL; one niece, Melinda Beith (Andy) of Maumelle, AR and one nephew, Ray Spinks of Salem, OR; and many extended family members. Pallbearers will be Josh Sansing, Brad Minton, Bubba James, Andrew Junkin, Richard Junkin, Roger Minton, David Sansing, and John Mansell. In lieu of flowers send memorials to Shoals Christian School or The Greater Alabama Council, Boy Scouts of America. You are invited to leav...

Deaths Summary for Sunday, January 1, 2017 - Charleston Post Courier

Monday, January 30, 2017

Friday. Arrangements by McAlister-Smith's West Ashley Chapel.COPPAGE, Donald Edward, 94, of Mount Pleasant, a Marine Corps veteran, retired maintenance scheduler and widower of Violet E. Hayward Coppage, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Stuhr's Mount Pleasant Chapel.GIBBONS, Joyce Elizabeth Player, 82, of Isle of Palms, widow of William C. Gibbons Jr., died Saturday. Arrangements by Stephens Funeral Home of Manning.REGISTER, Mary Condon Montgomery, 96, of Charleston, a secretary with St. Philip's Episcopal Church, first married to the late Edward R. Montgomery and widow of Robert E. Register, died Saturday. Arrangements by James A. McAlister Funerals and Cremation.SPURLOCK, Jean Baldwin, 90, of Mount Pleasant, widow of Clifton O. Spurlock, died Monday. Arrangements by Stuhr's Mount Pleasant Chapel.WHALEY, Kurt, 51, of North Charleston died Friday. Arrangements by Suburban Funeral Home.Berkeley CountyHALTIWANGER, Lynn Howard, 74, of Hanahan, a retired hotel salesperson marketer and wife of Harold W. Haltiwanger, died Friday. Arrangements by Russell Funeral Chapel of Moncks Corner.WILLIAMS, J. M. Joe, 88, of Hanahan, an Air Force retiree and widower of Betty K. Williams, died Thursday. Arrangements by J. F. Floyd's Greenlawn Chapel of Spartanburg.Dorchester County...

Two-time Manchester mayor Emile Beaulieu dies | New Hampshire - The Union Leader

Monday, January 09, 2017

He loved family life,” she said.He is survived by his wife of 25 years, Laurette Beaulieu, five children, three step-children, 13 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.mhayward@unionleader.com.

California Today: What We Know and Don't Know About the Oakland Fire - New York Times

Monday, December 12, 2016

Oakland— David Cline, 24, of Oakland— Nick Gomez-Hall, 25, of Coronado— Sara Hoda, 30, of Walnut Creek— Travis Hough, 35, of Oakland— Donna Kellogg, 32, of Oakland— Brandon Chase Wittenauer, 32, of HaywardThe name of an eighth victim, a 17-year-old, was withheld.Sgt. Ray Kelly of the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office acknowledged the agony of the wait for family members, but said identification of additional bodies would take time. He said more than half of the warehouse had to still be searched.“We have contacted every family member,” Sergeant Kelly said. “We have sat down with them. We have cried with them. We have spent hours and hours with them.”The toll already makes the fire among Oakland’s deadliest. The Oakland Hills fire of 1991 killed 25 people and destroyed 3,000 houses.• What was the warehouse used for?The fire tore through a two-story structure called the Ghost Ship, in the Fruitvale neighborhood, which was used as a live-in and work space for a loose tribe of striving artists.Images of the interior captured before Friday showed it cluttered with art, antiques and musical instruments beneath exposed wooden rafters.The building had a permit to operate as a warehouse, but not a residence or party site. It had been under investigation for code violations.A criminal investigation was opened on Sunday.• How did the fire unfold? On Friday, dozens of people congregated for an event with electronic music.Firefighters arrived just before midnight to a roaring fire and thick smoke pouring into the sky. The roof and part of the second floor collapsed.The authorities said the building lacked sprinklers and had only two exits. An ad hoc staircase was made out of wooden pallets.The authorities said they have not yet been able to determine how or where the inferno started. But witnesses said it spread with ferocious speed.Nikki Kelber, a survivor, told The Times that she spotted the fire in a hallway and had seconds to react. “After 15 seconds, the power went out, and another 30 seconds later it was completely engulfed,” she said. “It went so fast.”Read more in The Times about problems ins...

Wentworth murder victim called 'lonely' - NewHampshire.com

Monday, November 28, 2016

Goodale said, noting that Downing kept buckets of river gravel in his kitchen that he would pan when he had the time.“He found some (flakes). I told him it’s not enough to get rich off.”mhayward@unionleader.com.

Marsha Richardson

Monday, November 28, 2016

Archeology, Hebrew and Old Testament at Boston University School of Theology). She leaves to mourn her mother Faith Richardson of Newton, her twin Marla of Newton and her older sister Joan Wrenn of Hayward, CA. She is a graduate of the Boston Cooking School. Her work included being a dessert chef for Emerson Hospital and a salesperson for Avon products. She was a lifelong member of the United Methodist Church of Newton in Newtonville, MA where she sang in the choir. Marsha was known for having a very sensitive and caring spirit. Interment in Newton Cemetery. Arrangements under the care of DeVito Funeral Home or WATERTOWN.

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Dorothy Maxine Hayward - Timesonline.com

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Dorothy Maxine Hayward, 93, of Glenside, Pa., formerly of Hookstown, died Monday afternoon, May 29, 2017, at Wyncote Place, Wyncote, Pa.Born May 18, 1924, in Chester, W.Va., she was the only child born to the late John Joseph and Emma Jeanette (Torrence) Craig. A homemaker, she was a member of the Green Valley United Methodist Church, Shippingport and had worked as a legal secretary and waitress and also had written columns for the East Liverpool Review. She served on numerous committees at her church and was a longtime member of the South Side School Board.In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by husband, Lawrence Hayward, in July 1995.Surviving are two daughters and sons-in-law, Susan and Jeff Caler, Glenside, Pa., and Rita and Dan Dawson, Hermitage, Tenn.; four grandchildren, Spencer Dawson, Kristin Courtwright, Marshal and Allison Caler, and Amanda and Ken Frederick, and three great-grandchildren, Kylee and Tristin Courtwright, and Robby Frederick.Family and friends are welcome to...

Jo Ann Spinks

Saturday, April 08, 2017

She was born December 3, 1929 in Tallulah, LA to James A. Joyner of Yazoo, MS and Laura Belle Fox Joyner of Charleston, MS. She married July 5, 1959 in West Helena, AR to Hayward Taylor Spinks. She attended Quachita Baptist College and received her Bachelor of Science Degree from Mississippi State College for Women (MUW) in 1972. she worked as a Physician’s Assistant and as a social worker for many years prior to her retirement. She was a long time member of First Baptist Church in Columbus, MS where she served as a Sunday school teacher, an active member of the WOM and worked in the “Love in Deed” ministry. Later in life she became a member of Mt Zion Baptist Church in New Hope, MS where she was a member of the Joy Sunday School class and Top Agers and the Woodmont Baptist Church of Florence, AL. She was a 50 year plus member of Beta Sigma Phi sorority in the Gamma Master Chapter. She also worked for many years with the Lowndes County Home Extension Agency Homemakers Clubs. She was preceded in death by her parents and her husband, Heyward Taylor Spinks. She is survived by one son, James (Jim) Heyward Spinks (Renee); one grandson, Taylor Browning Spinks both of Florence, AL; one niece, Melinda Beith (Andy) of Maumelle, AR and one nephew, Ray Spinks of Salem, OR; and many extended family members. Pallbearers will be Josh Sansing, Brad Minton, Bubba James, Andrew Junkin, Richard Junkin, Roger Minton, David Sansing, and John Mansell. In lieu of flowers send memorials to Shoals Christian School or The Greater Alabama Council, Boy Scouts of America. You are invited to leav...

Deaths Summary for Sunday, January 1, 2017 - Charleston Post Courier

Monday, January 30, 2017

Friday. Arrangements by McAlister-Smith's West Ashley Chapel.COPPAGE, Donald Edward, 94, of Mount Pleasant, a Marine Corps veteran, retired maintenance scheduler and widower of Violet E. Hayward Coppage, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Stuhr's Mount Pleasant Chapel.GIBBONS, Joyce Elizabeth Player, 82, of Isle of Palms, widow of William C. Gibbons Jr., died Saturday. Arrangements by Stephens Funeral Home of Manning.REGISTER, Mary Condon Montgomery, 96, of Charleston, a secretary with St. Philip's Episcopal Church, first married to the late Edward R. Montgomery and widow of Robert E. Register, died Saturday. Arrangements by James A. McAlister Funerals and Cremation.SPURLOCK, Jean Baldwin, 90, of Mount Pleasant, widow of Clifton O. Spurlock, died Monday. Arrangements by Stuhr's Mount Pleasant Chapel.WHALEY, Kurt, 51, of North Charleston died Friday. Arrangements by Suburban Funeral Home.Berkeley CountyHALTIWANGER, Lynn Howard, 74, of Hanahan, a retired hotel salesperson marketer and wife of Harold W. Haltiwanger, died Friday. Arrangements by Russell Funeral Chapel of Moncks Corner.WILLIAMS, J. M. Joe, 88, of Hanahan, an Air Force retiree and widower of Betty K. Williams, died Thursday. Arrangements by J. F. Floyd's Greenlawn Chapel of Spartanburg.Dorchester County...

Two-time Manchester mayor Emile Beaulieu dies | New Hampshire - The Union Leader

Monday, January 09, 2017

He loved family life,” she said.He is survived by his wife of 25 years, Laurette Beaulieu, five children, three step-children, 13 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.mhayward@unionleader.com.

California Today: What We Know and Don't Know About the Oakland Fire - New York Times

Monday, December 12, 2016

Oakland— David Cline, 24, of Oakland— Nick Gomez-Hall, 25, of Coronado— Sara Hoda, 30, of Walnut Creek— Travis Hough, 35, of Oakland— Donna Kellogg, 32, of Oakland— Brandon Chase Wittenauer, 32, of HaywardThe name of an eighth victim, a 17-year-old, was withheld.Sgt. Ray Kelly of the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office acknowledged the agony of the wait for family members, but said identification of additional bodies would take time. He said more than half of the warehouse had to still be searched.“We have contacted every family member,” Sergeant Kelly said. “We have sat down with them. We have cried with them. We have spent hours and hours with them.”The toll already makes the fire among Oakland’s deadliest. The Oakland Hills fire of 1991 killed 25 people and destroyed 3,000 houses.• What was the warehouse used for?The fire tore through a two-story structure called the Ghost Ship, in the Fruitvale neighborhood, which was used as a live-in and work space for a loose tribe of striving artists.Images of the interior captured before Friday showed it cluttered with art, antiques and musical instruments beneath exposed wooden rafters.The building had a permit to operate as a warehouse, but not a residence or party site. It had been under investigation for code violations.A criminal investigation was opened on Sunday.• How did the fire unfold? On Friday, dozens of people congregated for an event with electronic music.Firefighters arrived just before midnight to a roaring fire and thick smoke pouring into the sky. The roof and part of the second floor collapsed.The authorities said the building lacked sprinklers and had only two exits. An ad hoc staircase was made out of wooden pallets.The authorities said they have not yet been able to determine how or where the inferno started. But witnesses said it spread with ferocious speed.Nikki Kelber, a survivor, told The Times that she spotted the fire in a hallway and had seconds to react. “After 15 seconds, the power went out, and another 30 seconds later it was completely engulfed,” she said. “It went so fast.”Read more in The Times about problems ins...

Wentworth murder victim called 'lonely' - NewHampshire.com

Monday, November 28, 2016

Goodale said, noting that Downing kept buckets of river gravel in his kitchen that he would pan when he had the time.“He found some (flakes). I told him it’s not enough to get rich off.”mhayward@unionleader.com.

Marsha Richardson

Monday, November 28, 2016

Archeology, Hebrew and Old Testament at Boston University School of Theology). She leaves to mourn her mother Faith Richardson of Newton, her twin Marla of Newton and her older sister Joan Wrenn of Hayward, CA. She is a graduate of the Boston Cooking School. Her work included being a dessert chef for Emerson Hospital and a salesperson for Avon products. She was a lifelong member of the United Methodist Church of Newton in Newtonville, MA where she sang in the choir. Marsha was known for having a very sensitive and caring spirit. Interment in Newton Cemetery. Arrangements under the care of DeVito Funeral Home or WATERTOWN.