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Brown Colonial Mortuary

204 West 17th Street
Santa Ana, CA 92706
(714) 542-3949
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Fairhaven Memorial Park and Mortuary

1702 Fairhaven Avenue
Santa Ana, CA 92705
(714) 633-1442
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Family Mortuary

1201 North Main Street
Santa Ana, CA 92701
(714) 953-9045
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Funeraria Del Angel MacDougall Family Mortuary

1610 East 1st Street
Santa Ana, CA 92701
(714) 543-9351
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Macera Crematory

1020 Fuller Street
Santa Ana, CA 92701
(714) 647-0709
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Obituaries for Sunday, Jan. 15 - Fresno Bee

Monday, January 30, 2017

Home. JENSEN — Judith Mae Jensen, 83, of Fresno died Jan. 5. She was a homemaker. Memorial: 11 a.m. Jan. 28 at Westminster Presbyterian Church . Remembrance: Westminster Presbyterian Church, 50 E. Santa Ana Ave., Fresno, CA 93704. Arrangements: Neptune Society of Central California.JONES — Michael Stanley Jones, 66, of Clovis died Jan. 10. He was an entrepreneur in vinyl music. Private service. Arrangements: Neptune Society of Central California.LANG — Gerald Carl Lang, 82, of Visalia died Jan. 4. He was a rancher. Celebration of Life: 11 a.m. Jan. 18 at Exeter Memorial Building. Arrangements: Smith Family Chapel.LEE — Sharon E. Lee, 74, of Kingsburg died Jan. 10. She was a teacher. Services were held. Arrangements: Creighton Memorial Chapel.LINGER — Donald James Linger, 46, of Fresno died Jan. 11. He was a musician. Memorial: 1 p.m. Jan. 20 at Bella Rose Bakery & Cafe in Kingsburg. Arrangements: Creighton Memorial Chapel in Kingsburg.MACIAS — Ruben Aguilar Macias, 76, of Madera died Jan. 11. He was a retired construction worker. Visitation: noon to 4 p.m. Jan. 16 at Jay Chapel. Rosary: 5 p.m. Jan. 16 at St. Joachim Catholic Church. Mass: 9 a.m. Jan. 17 at the church. Remembrances: St. Joachim Catholic Church Holy Family Table, 401 W. 5th St., Madera, CA 93637 or Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Fresno, 340 W. Fallbrook Ave., Suite 101, Fresno, CA 93711. McKINLEY — Archie Donnelly McKinley, 87, of Clovis died Jan. 11. He was a salesman. Graveside: noon Jan. 20 at Clovis Cemetery. Arrangements: Clovis Funeral Chapel.MILLIS — Meldon Edger Millis, 92, of Fresno died Oct. 10. He was a mail carrier. Services were held. Arrangements: Palm Memorial Sierra Chapel.MOORE — George “Don” Moore, 89, of Fresno died Jan. 3. He was an electronic design engineer for Ford Aerospace. Private service. Arrangements: Stephens and Bean Chapel.MORALES — Darlene Frances Morales, 72, of Fresno died Jan. 11. She was an executive assistant for the Veterans Administration. Memorial: 1 p.m. Jan. 28 at Farewell Funeral Service. MULL — Charles Eugene Mull, 71, of Selma died Jan. 10. He worked in retail. Graveside: 2 p.m. Jan. 20 at Floral Memorial Park. Arrangements: Farewell-Page Funeral Chapel.MUNOZ MATA — Marissa Usenia Munoz Mata, 19, of Fresno died Dec. 2...

Chaplain answers toughest calls - Orange County Register

Monday, October 24, 2016

I enjoy to this day."Rustad went to parochial schools and studied theology. He played baseball and volleyball, but music was his passion.In his teens he met Leslie Aragon, now the pastor of Santa Ana Spanish Seventh-day Adventist Church. The two played songs together at worship services. Aragon sensed Rustad's compassion."He never said no to an invitation to help out with songs," Aragon, 58, said. "He'd talk about praying for the sick and dying. His heart was touched at an early age for caring and loving other people."•••More than 40 years later, Aragon sees the same spirit. He tells the story of a young Mexican woman with AIDS and no support system."If Roger had not cared for her, found someone to speak Spanish and just dismissed her as another poor person to die from AIDS, she wouldn't have made it," Aragon said. "Now she's a deacon in our church."At Southwestern Adventist University, Rustad studied theology, education and architecture. From there he helped design and build churches throughout the Southwest. He established congregations in Arkansas, Louisiana, Arizona and California.Rustad, his wife and three children settled in Laguna Hills. He got involved with charitable organizations such as the AIDS Services Foundation and food-distribution programs. In the 1980s he started volunteering at Mission Hospital.Now he works nights at the hospital as an on-call trauma chaplain and days as a chaplain at St. Joseph Hospice. He's been at the bedsides of hundreds of patients who have died and has given solace to thousands of trauma victims and their families.He's on call 12 or more nights a month. Some nights he's sits with a dying patient. Others he's up all night, often the first to interact with trauma victims and their families. Whether his pager buzzes once a night or throughout it, he is ready 24 hours a day. He has no private phone number."Almost everyone will go through an experience where they question if there is a God," Rustad said. "I come as a friend and help them sort out the fragments of their lives."For most of his life, Rustad deals with death and dying. He recharges his soul with music. He plays a dozen instruments."Music helps me take my mind off some of the trauma and refocus," he said. "Music is one of God's gifts to man, and the right kind of music can soothe the mind. It's kind of like thinking with sounds."Pam Pullen won't forget the compassionate, down-to-earth man from Texas. Pullen and her husband, Dave, were struck by a motorist while biking along Olympiad in Mission Viejo in May 2006. She was critically injured.Rustad organized a Web site, put together a life video of Dave Pullen and drove Pam Pullen around town to find a place to hold her husband's memorial after she left the hospital a month after their accident."Roger was in the room with me when they told me Dave didn't make it," she said. "He was very compassionate. He had an understanding you could relate to. He's amazing and gives of himself. I've never met anyone like him."Arlene Royston, ...

Linda Lewis - Villages-News

Monday, September 19, 2016

Lloyd of Clermont, FL; grandchildren, Bella Lloyd, Brooklynne Lewis, Bailey Lloyd, and the twins, Colton and Avery Lewis, two brothers, John Stewart, Jr., of St. Petersburg, FL and Gary Stewart of Santa Ana, CA.Linda is preceded in death by her husband Allen Eugene Lewis, Jr.A visitation will be held on Monday, September 19, 2016 from 4-6 p.m., at Hiers-Baxley Funeral Services, 1511 Buenos Aires Blvd., The Villages, FL 32159. Funeral service will be on Tuesday, September 20, 2016 at 11 a.m., located at St. George Episcopal Church, 1250 Paige Pl, Lady Lake, FL 32159.In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund Alliance.

If pot is legalized, where would the new tax… - The Mercury News

Monday, September 19, 2016

At least 18 California cities have already approved such levies on medical marijuana shops and farms. Among those is Santa Ana, which expects to collect $1.5 million in pot dispensary fees and taxes this year.Another 37 local measures appearing on ballots in the state in November call for new taxes on marijuana sales or cultivation. Officials predict those levies could generate up to $22 million a year in revenue for cities and counties.Pot tax breakdownAfter covering administrative costs, here are some uses for the remaining tax revenue if voters approve Prop. 64:$10 million annually for 11 years for public universities in California to evaluate the impact of legalization and recommend policy changes, if needed. Research will cover topics such as public health, public safety and prices.$3 million annually for five years to the CHP to develop protocols for determining when drivers are impaired...

Update on the latest news, sports, business and entertainment: - Odessa American

Monday, July 25, 2016

Both were being treated for online game addiction, among other things.ISLAMIC STATE-AMERICANCalifornian who tried joining Islamic State faces sentencingSANTA ANA, Calif. (AP) — A California man who aspired to join the Islamic State group in Syria and lied to get a replacement American passport to head overseas could face two decades in prison.Adam Dandach, who is now 22, is scheduled to be sentenced today in U.S. District Court in Santa Ana.Federal prosecutors are seeking a 20-year sentence after Dandach pleaded guilty last year to attempting to provide material support to a terror group and lying on his passport application.Prosecutors say probation officials recommend a 15-year sentence for Dandach.Dandach's lawyer says his client claimed Islamic State was not a designated terrorist group when he initially planned his trip to Syria to join a charitable aid convoy in 2013.SYRIANEW: US-backed fighters renew offer for IS to leave Syrian townBEIRUT (AP) — U.S.-backed fighters in northern Syria have renewed an offer to Islamic State militants in the besieged northern town of Manbij, saying the extremists can leave it and would not be attacked.The Syria Democratic Forces says the offer is meant to protect civilians in the town.The predominantly Kurdish force has been on the offensive in Manbij, backed by U.S.-led coalition airstrikes.Monday's offer by the SDF-linked Manbij Military Council comes days after the extremists ignored an earlier, 48-hour offer to leave the town just with their "individual weapons."It says that if IS allows all civilians to leave, SDF would in return allow wounded IS militants safe passage to other areas nearby under their control.The council urged IS to send a delegati...

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Obituaries for Sunday, Jan. 15 - Fresno Bee

Monday, January 30, 2017

Home. JENSEN — Judith Mae Jensen, 83, of Fresno died Jan. 5. She was a homemaker. Memorial: 11 a.m. Jan. 28 at Westminster Presbyterian Church . Remembrance: Westminster Presbyterian Church, 50 E. Santa Ana Ave., Fresno, CA 93704. Arrangements: Neptune Society of Central California.JONES — Michael Stanley Jones, 66, of Clovis died Jan. 10. He was an entrepreneur in vinyl music. Private service. Arrangements: Neptune Society of Central California.LANG — Gerald Carl Lang, 82, of Visalia died Jan. 4. He was a rancher. Celebration of Life: 11 a.m. Jan. 18 at Exeter Memorial Building. Arrangements: Smith Family Chapel.LEE — Sharon E. Lee, 74, of Kingsburg died Jan. 10. She was a teacher. Services were held. Arrangements: Creighton Memorial Chapel.LINGER — Donald James Linger, 46, of Fresno died Jan. 11. He was a musician. Memorial: 1 p.m. Jan. 20 at Bella Rose Bakery & Cafe in Kingsburg. Arrangements: Creighton Memorial Chapel in Kingsburg.MACIAS — Ruben Aguilar Macias, 76, of Madera died Jan. 11. He was a retired construction worker. Visitation: noon to 4 p.m. Jan. 16 at Jay Chapel. Rosary: 5 p.m. Jan. 16 at St. Joachim Catholic Church. Mass: 9 a.m. Jan. 17 at the church. Remembrances: St. Joachim Catholic Church Holy Family Table, 401 W. 5th St., Madera, CA 93637 or Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Fresno, 340 W. Fallbrook Ave., Suite 101, Fresno, CA 93711. McKINLEY — Archie Donnelly McKinley, 87, of Clovis died Jan. 11. He was a salesman. Graveside: noon Jan. 20 at Clovis Cemetery. Arrangements: Clovis Funeral Chapel.MILLIS — Meldon Edger Millis, 92, of Fresno died Oct. 10. He was a mail carrier. Services were held. Arrangements: Palm Memorial Sierra Chapel.MOORE — George “Don” Moore, 89, of Fresno died Jan. 3. He was an electronic design engineer for Ford Aerospace. Private service. Arrangements: Stephens and Bean Chapel.MORALES — Darlene Frances Morales, 72, of Fresno died Jan. 11. She was an executive assistant for the Veterans Administration. Memorial: 1 p.m. Jan. 28 at Farewell Funeral Service. MULL — Charles Eugene Mull, 71, of Selma died Jan. 10. He worked in retail. Graveside: 2 p.m. Jan. 20 at Floral Memorial Park. Arrangements: Farewell-Page Funeral Chapel.MUNOZ MATA — Marissa Usenia Munoz Mata, 19, of Fresno died Dec. 2...

Chaplain answers toughest calls - Orange County Register

Monday, October 24, 2016

I enjoy to this day."Rustad went to parochial schools and studied theology. He played baseball and volleyball, but music was his passion.In his teens he met Leslie Aragon, now the pastor of Santa Ana Spanish Seventh-day Adventist Church. The two played songs together at worship services. Aragon sensed Rustad's compassion."He never said no to an invitation to help out with songs," Aragon, 58, said. "He'd talk about praying for the sick and dying. His heart was touched at an early age for caring and loving other people."•••More than 40 years later, Aragon sees the same spirit. He tells the story of a young Mexican woman with AIDS and no support system."If Roger had not cared for her, found someone to speak Spanish and just dismissed her as another poor person to die from AIDS, she wouldn't have made it," Aragon said. "Now she's a deacon in our church."At Southwestern Adventist University, Rustad studied theology, education and architecture. From there he helped design and build churches throughout the Southwest. He established congregations in Arkansas, Louisiana, Arizona and California.Rustad, his wife and three children settled in Laguna Hills. He got involved with charitable organizations such as the AIDS Services Foundation and food-distribution programs. In the 1980s he started volunteering at Mission Hospital.Now he works nights at the hospital as an on-call trauma chaplain and days as a chaplain at St. Joseph Hospice. He's been at the bedsides of hundreds of patients who have died and has given solace to thousands of trauma victims and their families.He's on call 12 or more nights a month. Some nights he's sits with a dying patient. Others he's up all night, often the first to interact with trauma victims and their families. Whether his pager buzzes once a night or throughout it, he is ready 24 hours a day. He has no private phone number."Almost everyone will go through an experience where they question if there is a God," Rustad said. "I come as a friend and help them sort out the fragments of their lives."For most of his life, Rustad deals with death and dying. He recharges his soul with music. He plays a dozen instruments."Music helps me take my mind off some of the trauma and refocus," he said. "Music is one of God's gifts to man, and the right kind of music can soothe the mind. It's kind of like thinking with sounds."Pam Pullen won't forget the compassionate, down-to-earth man from Texas. Pullen and her husband, Dave, were struck by a motorist while biking along Olympiad in Mission Viejo in May 2006. She was critically injured.Rustad organized a Web site, put together a life video of Dave Pullen and drove Pam Pullen around town to find a place to hold her husband's memorial after she left the hospital a month after their accident."Roger was in the room with me when they told me Dave didn't make it," she said. "He was very compassionate. He had an understanding you could relate to. He's amazing and gives of himself. I've never met anyone like him."Arlene Royston, ...

Linda Lewis - Villages-News

Monday, September 19, 2016

Lloyd of Clermont, FL; grandchildren, Bella Lloyd, Brooklynne Lewis, Bailey Lloyd, and the twins, Colton and Avery Lewis, two brothers, John Stewart, Jr., of St. Petersburg, FL and Gary Stewart of Santa Ana, CA.Linda is preceded in death by her husband Allen Eugene Lewis, Jr.A visitation will be held on Monday, September 19, 2016 from 4-6 p.m., at Hiers-Baxley Funeral Services, 1511 Buenos Aires Blvd., The Villages, FL 32159. Funeral service will be on Tuesday, September 20, 2016 at 11 a.m., located at St. George Episcopal Church, 1250 Paige Pl, Lady Lake, FL 32159.In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund Alliance.

If pot is legalized, where would the new tax… - The Mercury News

Monday, September 19, 2016

At least 18 California cities have already approved such levies on medical marijuana shops and farms. Among those is Santa Ana, which expects to collect $1.5 million in pot dispensary fees and taxes this year.Another 37 local measures appearing on ballots in the state in November call for new taxes on marijuana sales or cultivation. Officials predict those levies could generate up to $22 million a year in revenue for cities and counties.Pot tax breakdownAfter covering administrative costs, here are some uses for the remaining tax revenue if voters approve Prop. 64:$10 million annually for 11 years for public universities in California to evaluate the impact of legalization and recommend policy changes, if needed. Research will cover topics such as public health, public safety and prices.$3 million annually for five years to the CHP to develop protocols for determining when drivers are impaired...

Update on the latest news, sports, business and entertainment: - Odessa American

Monday, July 25, 2016

Both were being treated for online game addiction, among other things.ISLAMIC STATE-AMERICANCalifornian who tried joining Islamic State faces sentencingSANTA ANA, Calif. (AP) — A California man who aspired to join the Islamic State group in Syria and lied to get a replacement American passport to head overseas could face two decades in prison.Adam Dandach, who is now 22, is scheduled to be sentenced today in U.S. District Court in Santa Ana.Federal prosecutors are seeking a 20-year sentence after Dandach pleaded guilty last year to attempting to provide material support to a terror group and lying on his passport application.Prosecutors say probation officials recommend a 15-year sentence for Dandach.Dandach's lawyer says his client claimed Islamic State was not a designated terrorist group when he initially planned his trip to Syria to join a charitable aid convoy in 2013.SYRIANEW: US-backed fighters renew offer for IS to leave Syrian townBEIRUT (AP) — U.S.-backed fighters in northern Syria have renewed an offer to Islamic State militants in the besieged northern town of Manbij, saying the extremists can leave it and would not be attacked.The Syria Democratic Forces says the offer is meant to protect civilians in the town.The predominantly Kurdish force has been on the offensive in Manbij, backed by U.S.-led coalition airstrikes.Monday's offer by the SDF-linked Manbij Military Council comes days after the extremists ignored an earlier, 48-hour offer to leave the town just with their "individual weapons."It says that if IS allows all civilians to leave, SDF would in return allow wounded IS militants safe passage to other areas nearby under their control.The council urged IS to send a delegati...