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Scott Simulynas

Monday, November 07, 2016

Scott was born in Framingham, son of the late Anthony and Veronica (Juhasz) Simulynas. He graduated from Auburn High School in 1982. He was a truck driver for Arcade Snacks. He enjoyed traveling, ice fishing, Nascar, Bruins hockey and spending time with his family and friends.Relatives and friends are invited to visit with Scott’s family on Monday, Nov. 7, 2016 from 10:00-11:30 AM in the BRITTON-WALLACE FUNERAL HOME, 91 Central Street, Auburn. A prayer service will follow at 11:30 AM in the funeral home. Burial will be private at the convenience of the family. In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in memory of Scott Simulynas to support papillary cell kidney cancer research and patient care at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, P.O. Box 849168, Boston, MA 02284.

Ray T. Bersabe - The Mercury News

Monday, October 24, 2016

DeVry University in Southern California. In his younger years, he was an avid video game player along with his younger brother, Mark. He later became manager at Golfland Arcades in Milpitas and Sunnyvale. He went on to become a project manager at Atari and Time Warner. Mr. Bersabe wanted to expand his professional horizons and he became a dedicated realtor for a few years, following in his father’s real estate footsteps. More recently, he worked for Yahoo and vXchnge.In his free time, Mr. Bersabe loved to travel and enjoyed the great outdoors. Nature revitalized him and he was happiest on his camping and hiking trips, solo and with friends. He was a big badminton player and an even bigger Golden State Warriors fan.Just two weeks before his death, Mr. Bersabe returned with his older brother, Wade, from a trip to the Philippines, taken to honor his late parents and reconnect with his Filipino roots. Family was the most important thing in Mr. Bersabe’s life and he committed much of his later years supporting his parents with their motel and property management businesses. This was especially true after the death of his father and after the passing of his mother only last year.Mr. Bersabe was well-liked and well-respected, at work and in the community. He will be greatly missed by his family and friends alike. He is the much loved son of the late Valentin and Trinidad Bersabe and beloved brother of the late Mark Bersabe. Mr. Bersabe is survived by his siblings Wade, Annalyn, Lori and Gabriel. He was also a proud uncle of CJ, Vendela, Gabe Jr. and Divina, doing double d...

Obama Commutes 35-Year Sentence for Infamous Oakland Crack Dealer - Patch.com

Monday, September 05, 2016

Foothill Square and the Eastmont Town Center. Sometimes they would fight with kids from the rival neighborhoods and occasionally there was a shooting.When they went to the arcade, to get tokens they might rob other kids in the bathroom or break into the machines.He started scalping at A's, Warriors and Raiders games when he was 12 years old. At first he would approach people and ask them if they had an extra ticket for the game, but would tell them he only had a few dollars, playing on their sympathy. Eventually his scalping grew more sophisticated, employing partners to keep an eye out for undercover police. At rock concerts, he could find wallets and purses accidentally dropped and left behind. He started in the drug game acting as a lookout but later started selling weed. As time went on he became increasingly involved, started employing more help selling it. From there, his business grew quickly. In 1983, he was in 10th grade and enrolled in Fremont High School. By a year later he had switched from selling weed to selling crack. At first he was selling a few grams a day, but by the time he was 18 years old he had saved nearly a million dollars and was moving more and more weight.Reed attributes his success at drug dealing to an early aptitude at math and consistent discipline because he never used the drugs he was selling. He wrote that he tried to make sure that the people working under him treated drug users with respect, avoided ripping customers off and tried to keep violence to a minimum."Nobody got murdered on that street when I started running it because I kept everybody in line," Reed wrote. "If I saw someone doing something that was detrimental to the well being of the block, I would pull them to the side and explain why they shouldn't be doing it."But while he acknowledges that the drug dealing was a mistake, he also argued in the book that his sentence was too harsh under the guidelines passed in the 1980s. New laws at the time set sentences for crack at 100 times those for powder cocaine.Lawmakers have recently been at work correcting those disparities. The 2010 Fair Sentencing Act lowered the disparity between crack and powder cocaine offenses from 100 to 18 times, a compromise that the American Civil Liberties Union argues still reflects discredited assumptions about crack cocaine. Meanwhile, Obama has been granting commutations to numerous nonviolent drug offenders sentenced under the harsh guidelines. On Tuesday he commuted 111 federal sentences, including Reed's, bringing the total number of commuted sentences in his presidency to 673. The president already had commuted the sentence of 214 inmates earlier this month and is expected to continue to grant hundreds of commutations through the remaining months of his presidency while continuing to push for sentencing reforms.Reed is scheduled to be released on Dec. 28, over 28 years after his arrest.By Bay City NewsPhoto via Shutterstock Get free real-time news alerts from the Albany Patch.

Ray T. Bersabe - Milpitas Post

Monday, August 22, 2016

DeVry University in Southern California. In his younger years, he was an avid video game player along with his younger brother, Mark. He later became manager at Golfland Arcades in Milpitas and Sunnyvale. He went on to become a project manager at Atari and Time Warner. Mr. Bersabe wanted to expand his professional horizons and he became a dedicated realtor for a few years, following in his father's real estate footsteps. More recently, he worked for Yahoo and vXchnge.In his free time, Mr. Bersabe loved to travel and enjoyed the great outdoors. Nature revitalized him and he was happiest on his camping and hiking trips, solo and with friends. He was a big badminton player and an even bigger Golden State Warriors fan.Just two weeks before his death, Mr. Bersabe returned with his older brother, Wade, from a trip to the Philippines, taken to honor his late parents and reconnect with his Filipino roots. Family was the most important thing in Mr. Bersabe's life and he committed much of his later years supporting his parents with their motel and property management businesses. This was especially true after the death of his father and after the passing of his mother only last year.AdvertisementMr. Bersabe was well-liked and well-respected, at work and in the community. He will be greatly missed by his family and friends alike. He is the much loved son of the late Valentin and Trinidad Bersabe and beloved brother of the late Mark Bersabe. Mr. Bersabe is survived by his siblings Wade, Annalyn, Lori and Gabriel. He was also a proud uncle of CJ, Vendela, Gabe Jr. and Divina, d...

Adella Rosa-Preston

Monday, July 11, 2016

Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. She also loved to cook (for an army), and stuffing others with her special arroz con gandules, singing, doing her tap dance, playing at the arcade ‘collecting those tickets!’She loved to smile and laugh especially as she served her many loyal customers at Sally Beauty Supply. Adella is survived by her husband David Scott Preston, her four amazing children Natalie & Steve Helding (Nat), Joseph (Joe) Rosa, Tony Rosa & Elizabeth Jocson Rosa, and David-John (DJ) Preston as well as her four amazing grandchildren Noah Colon, Ethan Rosa, Natalia Helding (Stevie Wonder), and Nehemiah Jocson-Rosa (Neil Diamond).Adella is also survived by a wide and loving extended family including her sisters and brothers as well as many friends and co-workers that she treated as immediate family. Adella was preceded in death by her mother Gloria Marie Rosa. Hey mom, save a spot for all of us, until we meet again, we love you. Visitation will be 4-7pm, Thursday, June 30, 2016 at The Chapel, 1200 American Way, Libertyville, Illinois. Funeral Services will follow at 7pm at the same location. Burial will be private at Warren Cemetery, 1495 N Cemetery Rd. Gurnee, Il. In lieu of flowers please donate to: Feed My Starving Children, 742 E. Park Ave. Libertyville, IL. 60048 (fmsc.org) or to The American Cancer Society P. O. Box 22478 Oklahoma City, OK. 73123. (www.cancer.org/donate).

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Scott Simulynas

Monday, November 07, 2016

Scott was born in Framingham, son of the late Anthony and Veronica (Juhasz) Simulynas. He graduated from Auburn High School in 1982. He was a truck driver for Arcade Snacks. He enjoyed traveling, ice fishing, Nascar, Bruins hockey and spending time with his family and friends.Relatives and friends are invited to visit with Scott’s family on Monday, Nov. 7, 2016 from 10:00-11:30 AM in the BRITTON-WALLACE FUNERAL HOME, 91 Central Street, Auburn. A prayer service will follow at 11:30 AM in the funeral home. Burial will be private at the convenience of the family. In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in memory of Scott Simulynas to support papillary cell kidney cancer research and patient care at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, P.O. Box 849168, Boston, MA 02284.

Ray T. Bersabe - The Mercury News

Monday, October 24, 2016

DeVry University in Southern California. In his younger years, he was an avid video game player along with his younger brother, Mark. He later became manager at Golfland Arcades in Milpitas and Sunnyvale. He went on to become a project manager at Atari and Time Warner. Mr. Bersabe wanted to expand his professional horizons and he became a dedicated realtor for a few years, following in his father’s real estate footsteps. More recently, he worked for Yahoo and vXchnge.In his free time, Mr. Bersabe loved to travel and enjoyed the great outdoors. Nature revitalized him and he was happiest on his camping and hiking trips, solo and with friends. He was a big badminton player and an even bigger Golden State Warriors fan.Just two weeks before his death, Mr. Bersabe returned with his older brother, Wade, from a trip to the Philippines, taken to honor his late parents and reconnect with his Filipino roots. Family was the most important thing in Mr. Bersabe’s life and he committed much of his later years supporting his parents with their motel and property management businesses. This was especially true after the death of his father and after the passing of his mother only last year.Mr. Bersabe was well-liked and well-respected, at work and in the community. He will be greatly missed by his family and friends alike. He is the much loved son of the late Valentin and Trinidad Bersabe and beloved brother of the late Mark Bersabe. Mr. Bersabe is survived by his siblings Wade, Annalyn, Lori and Gabriel. He was also a proud uncle of CJ, Vendela, Gabe Jr. and Divina, doing double d...

Obama Commutes 35-Year Sentence for Infamous Oakland Crack Dealer - Patch.com

Monday, September 05, 2016

Foothill Square and the Eastmont Town Center. Sometimes they would fight with kids from the rival neighborhoods and occasionally there was a shooting.When they went to the arcade, to get tokens they might rob other kids in the bathroom or break into the machines.He started scalping at A's, Warriors and Raiders games when he was 12 years old. At first he would approach people and ask them if they had an extra ticket for the game, but would tell them he only had a few dollars, playing on their sympathy. Eventually his scalping grew more sophisticated, employing partners to keep an eye out for undercover police. At rock concerts, he could find wallets and purses accidentally dropped and left behind. He started in the drug game acting as a lookout but later started selling weed. As time went on he became increasingly involved, started employing more help selling it. From there, his business grew quickly. In 1983, he was in 10th grade and enrolled in Fremont High School. By a year later he had switched from selling weed to selling crack. At first he was selling a few grams a day, but by the time he was 18 years old he had saved nearly a million dollars and was moving more and more weight.Reed attributes his success at drug dealing to an early aptitude at math and consistent discipline because he never used the drugs he was selling. He wrote that he tried to make sure that the people working under him treated drug users with respect, avoided ripping customers off and tried to keep violence to a minimum."Nobody got murdered on that street when I started running it because I kept everybody in line," Reed wrote. "If I saw someone doing something that was detrimental to the well being of the block, I would pull them to the side and explain why they shouldn't be doing it."But while he acknowledges that the drug dealing was a mistake, he also argued in the book that his sentence was too harsh under the guidelines passed in the 1980s. New laws at the time set sentences for crack at 100 times those for powder cocaine.Lawmakers have recently been at work correcting those disparities. The 2010 Fair Sentencing Act lowered the disparity between crack and powder cocaine offenses from 100 to 18 times, a compromise that the American Civil Liberties Union argues still reflects discredited assumptions about crack cocaine. Meanwhile, Obama has been granting commutations to numerous nonviolent drug offenders sentenced under the harsh guidelines. On Tuesday he commuted 111 federal sentences, including Reed's, bringing the total number of commuted sentences in his presidency to 673. The president already had commuted the sentence of 214 inmates earlier this month and is expected to continue to grant hundreds of commutations through the remaining months of his presidency while continuing to push for sentencing reforms.Reed is scheduled to be released on Dec. 28, over 28 years after his arrest.By Bay City NewsPhoto via Shutterstock Get free real-time news alerts from the Albany Patch.

Ray T. Bersabe - Milpitas Post

Monday, August 22, 2016

DeVry University in Southern California. In his younger years, he was an avid video game player along with his younger brother, Mark. He later became manager at Golfland Arcades in Milpitas and Sunnyvale. He went on to become a project manager at Atari and Time Warner. Mr. Bersabe wanted to expand his professional horizons and he became a dedicated realtor for a few years, following in his father's real estate footsteps. More recently, he worked for Yahoo and vXchnge.In his free time, Mr. Bersabe loved to travel and enjoyed the great outdoors. Nature revitalized him and he was happiest on his camping and hiking trips, solo and with friends. He was a big badminton player and an even bigger Golden State Warriors fan.Just two weeks before his death, Mr. Bersabe returned with his older brother, Wade, from a trip to the Philippines, taken to honor his late parents and reconnect with his Filipino roots. Family was the most important thing in Mr. Bersabe's life and he committed much of his later years supporting his parents with their motel and property management businesses. This was especially true after the death of his father and after the passing of his mother only last year.AdvertisementMr. Bersabe was well-liked and well-respected, at work and in the community. He will be greatly missed by his family and friends alike. He is the much loved son of the late Valentin and Trinidad Bersabe and beloved brother of the late Mark Bersabe. Mr. Bersabe is survived by his siblings Wade, Annalyn, Lori and Gabriel. He was also a proud uncle of CJ, Vendela, Gabe Jr. and Divina, d...

Adella Rosa-Preston

Monday, July 11, 2016

Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. She also loved to cook (for an army), and stuffing others with her special arroz con gandules, singing, doing her tap dance, playing at the arcade ‘collecting those tickets!’She loved to smile and laugh especially as she served her many loyal customers at Sally Beauty Supply. Adella is survived by her husband David Scott Preston, her four amazing children Natalie & Steve Helding (Nat), Joseph (Joe) Rosa, Tony Rosa & Elizabeth Jocson Rosa, and David-John (DJ) Preston as well as her four amazing grandchildren Noah Colon, Ethan Rosa, Natalia Helding (Stevie Wonder), and Nehemiah Jocson-Rosa (Neil Diamond).Adella is also survived by a wide and loving extended family including her sisters and brothers as well as many friends and co-workers that she treated as immediate family. Adella was preceded in death by her mother Gloria Marie Rosa. Hey mom, save a spot for all of us, until we meet again, we love you. Visitation will be 4-7pm, Thursday, June 30, 2016 at The Chapel, 1200 American Way, Libertyville, Illinois. Funeral Services will follow at 7pm at the same location. Burial will be private at Warren Cemetery, 1495 N Cemetery Rd. Gurnee, Il. In lieu of flowers please donate to: Feed My Starving Children, 742 E. Park Ave. Libertyville, IL. 60048 (fmsc.org) or to The American Cancer Society P. O. Box 22478 Oklahoma City, OK. 73123. (www.cancer.org/donate).