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Dyer, Douglas

Douglas Dyer of Orange passed away July5 from mantle cell lymphoma. He was born in Santa Barbara, California on September 14, 1940. At a young age his family moved to Santa Ana. He attended elementary, junior high, and high school in Santa Ana. He graduated from Santa Ana High School, Santa Ana College, Cal. State Fullerton, and received a masters degree from Chapman University. He returned to Santa Ana High School where he taught Social Sciences for 39 years. He also did part time teaching at Santa Ana College, Orange Coast College, and Rancho Santiago College. Upon his retirement he remained active in teachers’ organizations and working to get substitute teachers a contract. He was active in California Retired Teachers Association, and in political organizations. He enjoyed traveling and his love was playing tennis with his friends. Doug leaves his wife Jeanne, 2 daughters Jennifer Urman (Craig), and Kristin Maxwell (Tom), 2 adorable granddaughters Anne and Rebecca Urman, a brother-in-law and sister-in-law Lucy and Jack Lentz,, niece, nephew, and many friends and students he worked with during his career. In lieu of flowers the family request remembering Doug by donating to Dollars for Scholars Santa Ana High School 520 W. Walnut Street Santa Ana, Cal. 92701. In the memo write Doug Dyer. You also can leave rememberances at www.FairhavenMemorial.com. No services at this time. read more...

Paulino, Vicente

In loving memory Vicente “Ben” S.N. Paulino May 4, 1937 – July 11, 2014 Of Westminster, California was called home by our heavenly Father at the age of 77. In his new life, Ben will be met at the gates of heaven by his parents Vicente Torres and Ana San Nicolas Paulino; Parents- in- law Francisco and Oliva Cruz. Brothers Leonard, Tomas, Francisco, John and sister Clotilde. Brothers & sisters- in- law; Francisco Castro, Nenita Paulino, Nieves Cruz, Antonio Camacho, Ignacio Duenas. Ben’s love and memories will be cherished forever in the hearts of his wife, Helen; Sons and spouses; Randy & Mitch, Ronald, Frank & Jennifer, Mike, Jason & Leanne, Justin & Maryann. Grandchildren; Blake, Taryn, Savhannah, Breauna, Paris. Brothers / Sisters; Brigida, Virginia, Rosario, Cristobal , Gregorio, Lucy. Brothers & Sisters in-law; Cleotilde Paulino, Alfonsina Paulino, Frank Chargualaf, David Baza, Eddie Chaco, Remy Paulino, Juanita Camacho, Terri & David Lefever, Josephine & David Salas, Bernadita, Francisco, Victoria & Vincent Quinata, Carmelita & Jimmy Camacho, John Kakas, Frances & Robert Abian. Ben is also survived by numerous nieces & nephews. Last respects will be held on Thursday, July 17th from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. and Rosary at 6:00 p.m. Fairhaven Memorial Park & Mortuary 1702 Fairhaven Avenue Santa Ana, CA 92705 Mass will be held on Friday, July 18th at 10 a.m. Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church 14072 Olive Street Westminster, CA 92683 Burial at Fairhaven Memorial Park and Mortuary on Tuesday, July 22nd at 10:00 a.m. will be Private. read more...

Reesor, Karen Louise

KAREN LOUISE REESOR Karen was born to Russell and Leona Hughes on March 9, 1940 in Hutchinson, Kansas. The family moved around quite a bit following her dad who was in the Army. Eventually they settled in Southern California. Karen attended Tustin High School where she met her future husband, Kent Ronald Reesor. They were married March 15, 1958. They moved to Oregon in 1970. Together they had eight children. Karen was a devout Christian. She loved the arts, was an accomplished painter, and enjoyed writing poetry. Karen is survived by her husband, Kent; her eight children, Craig, Curtis, Terri, Keith, Susan, Sharon, David and Daniel; twenty-one grandchildren, two great-grandchildren, and her uncle Duane Kroeker. Karen and Kent divided their time between a home in Laguna Beach, CA and one in Oregon City, OR. read more...

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