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Bernhard, Donald W.

Donald (Don) Walter Bernhard March 6, 1932 – October 31, 2015 Don went to be with his Lord and Savior on the morning of October 31, 2015. Don was born on March 6th, 1932 to George and Martha Bernhard. Don met and married his childhood sweetheart, Sharon Darlene Bonebrake, on June 20th 1952. They were married 63 years. Don served in the Korean War from September 4, 1952 to August 31, 1954 in the Army in the Signal Corp division. Upon Don’s honorable discharge they started their family, the first being Christine Elizabeth in 1954, followed by Deborah Lynn in 1955, and then their only son Bret Allen in 1959. Don entered the work force of electronics and received his AA degree from Mount Sac. In 1973 they moved to Newport Beach, at which time they started the company, Bret Instruments Inc. It was one of the first rebuilding fuel injection companies in the country. During this period, his greatest joy, the grandchildren were born. The first was Joshua Allen Charlton, then Nathan David Bernhard-Beckman, and finally a granddaughter Crystal Rochelle Bernhard-Converse. Don was proud and loved his family dearly. He was a member of Hoag Hospital’s 552 Club, Newport Beach’s American Legion, the Balboa Bay Club, and the Jewish Nation Fund. He and Sharon attended the Dallas Conference at Mount Hermon for 41 years. Don also leaves behind his only brother Richard Bernhard and his niece Cheryl Beck. Don, we will miss you and love you. Our thoughts and memories will carry us on. Please do not send flowers. Donations should be given to the: Jewish National Fund 78 Randall Avenue Rockville Center, NY 11570 Web donations can be sent to: JNF.org/donate read more...

Dreyer, Julie Baldwin

Julie Denomy (Clark) Baldwin Dreyer, 82, of Anaheim, CA., formerly of Sergeant Bluff, Iowa, passed away on Wednesday, Nov. 11, 2015 in Anaheim, CA from heart failure. She was surrounded by her loving children, Becky, Dan, and Dennis, when she passed. Julie, “Dee Dee”, was born on Feb 5, 1933, to Russell & Genevieve Edine Clack (Murphy) of Sioux City, Iowa. Julie was raised on a family farm with 8 siblings. Julie attended schools in Sergeant Bluff, Iowa. She was a Cheer Leader and the Star of the girls Basketball Team. In August 1953 Julie Married George Baldwin (Predeceased 1970) of Phoenix, AZ. Together they had 3 children. Julie remarried in 1972 to Robert Dreyer (predeceased 1974) Julie worked at various jobs as a secretarial clerk, but her biggest job was being a MOM & GRAMMA, of which she excelled. Julie enjoyed being with her family, watching the Angels Baseball Team & going to garage sales & Thrift Shops to see what “Treasures” she might find. Julie had a kind heart & an infectious laugh. Julie is survived by her 3 children: Becky Nowak (Ted), Dan Baldwin (Janice Meeks), Dennis Baldwin Brothers: John T. Clark & Charles G. Clark, Sister: Lorraine Houlihan, Grandchildren: Stephanie LeBoeuf (Chris), Amber Boylan (Kenny) Great Grandchild: Gavin LeBoeuf Julie was preceded in death by her husband George Baldwin, husband Robert Dreyer, her parents Russell & Genevieve Edine Clark, her brothers Daniel & Dennis & Sisters Mary Colleen, Genevieve & Dorothy Louise. A Graveside service will be held Sat. Nov 21st, 2015, 10:30 AM at Fairhaven Memorial Park, Santa Ana. Please direct all flowers to the service at Fairhaven Memorial Park, please refer to Fairhaven Website for details. A celebration of life will follow at her son Dan’s house in Anaheim. For more info contact Family. read more...

Hocking, Carole Lee

Carole Lee Hocking On the morning of November 20, 2015, at 7:15 AM, Carol Lee Hocking went home to be with the Lord after almost nine months of suffering and pain from a serious fall on March 2, 2015. She is survived by her husband,Dr. David Hocking. David and Carole were married on August 23, 1962 and enjoyed over 53 years of marriage together . They are parents of Brent Hocking of Malibu,CA Brenda Tucker of Arnold, MO and Matt Hocking of Huntington Beach, CA Who have given her nine grandchildren (eight living and one with the Lord) Carol was raised in Cherry Valley, CA by her parents, Roy and Mary Mccollum (deceased) and two sisters (Beverly with the Lord) and Wanda Partain of Yucaipa,CA one brother Richard McCollum of Fresno, CA Carole graduated from Grace College in Winona Lake, Indiana read more...

Lewis, Anna Marie

Anna Marie Lewis passed away peacefully on November 9, 2015 at the age of 85. She is survived by her two daughters, J. Rosella Myers (Rob) and Kathi Granik (Dave), and her granddaughter, Sara Dellinger (Jeff). Anna was born in Phoenix, AZ on April 25, 1930, later attended Santa Ana High School and was a longtime resident of Orange County. She loved to travel, sing, read, spend time in her garden and collect beautiful shoes. She was very proud of her home and was a truly talented bargain shopper. She will also be remembered fondly for her affinity for Taco Bell crunchy tacos. She will be missed. read more...

Michael, Rollin

Rollin “Mike” Michael, 86, passed away on November 12, 2015 in Anaheim Hills, California. Mike was born in Los Angeles, California on February 18, 1929. Growing up, Mike was raised by his father Rollie Michael. He split his time between Los Angeles, Wyoming, and Utah during the time of The Great Depression. Mike served in The United States Air Force as a photomapping specialist. He served in The Korean War and was stationed primarily in France and Germany. Rollin began his banking career in 1948 with the Federal Reserve Bank Los Angeles and joined Lloyds Bank in 1957 where he held numerous positions in the Cashier's Department. In 1963 he was appointed to Vice President. In 1974 he took a job with a Santa Ana bank, but returned to LBC a year later where he was named Senior Vice President and Cashier. He attended UCLA and Santa Monica City College. His professional affiliations include the California Banking Associations and the Bank Administration Institute where he had conducted seminars. He retired from the Bank of the West after 36 years of service in the industry. Active in his community, he worked for many years with the Boy Scouts of America and was Past President of his local high school booster club. Mike is survived by his wife of 64 years, Patricia of Los Angeles, California; son and daughter-in-law Chris and Stacey Michael; daughter and son-in-law Leslie and Leo Teunissen; grandchildren Justin, Jon, Brooke, Robin, Alex, Treasha, and James; and great-grandson Connor. Service information for Mike can be found at www.fairhavenmemorial.com read more...

Sandoval, Dr. Jose

Jose Ygnacio Anguiano Sandoval, MD. January 22, 1946 to November 15, 20015 Jose Ygnacio Anguiano Sandoval was born in Brawley, California. He was one of six children. Dr. Sandoval was a member of the Peace Corps and served in Sarawak, Borneo. Later he studied medicine at UCLA and went on to become a Professor of Family Medicine at the University California, Irvine where he was responsible for training doctors to serve in diverse communities. Jose Sandoval will always be remembered for his dedication and respect to both his patients and students alike, and because of his teaching and mentorship future doctors were prepared to be sensitive and respectful of the culture and language of their patients. He is survived by his wife of 22 years Susana Canett-Sandoval, sisters Celia Santana, and Christine Sandoval-Pistel. read more...

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