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Deer Creek Funeral

1200 Mount Diablo Boulevard
Walnut Creek, CA 94596
(925) 934-9000
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Hull's Walnut Creek Chapel

1139 Saranap Ave
Walnut Creek, CA 94595
(925) 934-5400
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Oak Park Hills Chapel

3111 North Main Street
Walnut Creek, CA 94597
(925) 934-6500
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California Today: What We Know and Don't Know About the Oakland Fire - New York Times

Monday, December 12, 2016

Alameda County Sheriff’s Office released the names of seven victims on Sunday.They were:— Cash Askew, 22, of 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 spotte...

Isaac Clay

Monday, August 01, 2016

Geoffrey Ashton Clay, age 35 and resident of Lower Lake, California, passed away on Wednesday, July 27, 2016, in Tyler, Texas as a result of an automobile accident.Isaac was born on May 7, 1981 in Walnut Creek, California. He was the son of Michael and Susan Clay. Michael and Susan moved to Nacogdoches, Texas where he received his early education. Isaac had returned to California approximately five years ago where he was living at the time of his death. Isaac enjoyed the outdoors and he loved to camp and live off the land. However, the most important thing in his life was spending time with his family.Survivors include his father, Michael Clay of Dallas, Texas; son and daughter, Cedar Clay and Isabelle Clay, both of Lower Lake, California; a brother, Zachary Clay and his wife, Mary Anna, of Dallas; his maternal grandparents; Bill and Joyce Webb of Bartlesville, Oklahoma; his paternal grandmother, Geraldine Clay of Dallas; Fred Clay, Jr. and his wife, Susan, and their daughters, Amanda Bensvedes and her husband, Angel, and Jennifer; and several nieces, nephews, and cousins.He was preceded in death by his mother, Susan Dara (Webb) Clay; a son; William; and his paternal grandfather...

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

Monday, December 12, 2016

Alameda County Sheriff’s Office released the names of seven victims on Sunday.They were:— Cash Askew, 22, of 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 spotte...

Isaac Clay

Monday, August 01, 2016

Geoffrey Ashton Clay, age 35 and resident of Lower Lake, California, passed away on Wednesday, July 27, 2016, in Tyler, Texas as a result of an automobile accident.Isaac was born on May 7, 1981 in Walnut Creek, California. He was the son of Michael and Susan Clay. Michael and Susan moved to Nacogdoches, Texas where he received his early education. Isaac had returned to California approximately five years ago where he was living at the time of his death. Isaac enjoyed the outdoors and he loved to camp and live off the land. However, the most important thing in his life was spending time with his family.Survivors include his father, Michael Clay of Dallas, Texas; son and daughter, Cedar Clay and Isabelle Clay, both of Lower Lake, California; a brother, Zachary Clay and his wife, Mary Anna, of Dallas; his maternal grandparents; Bill and Joyce Webb of Bartlesville, Oklahoma; his paternal grandmother, Geraldine Clay of Dallas; Fred Clay, Jr. and his wife, Susan, and their daughters, Amanda Bensvedes and her husband, Angel, and Jennifer; and several nieces, nephews, and cousins.He was preceded in death by his mother, Susan Dara (Webb) Clay; a son; William; and his paternal grandfather...